20 Burst results for "Edward Scissorhands"

Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' actress, dies at 77

Donna and Steve

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' actress, dies at 77

"Men star Gunshot. A feral has died following a cardiac arrest. No, she was 77. Boy. I just loved her. She played housekeeper, Berta. On 2.5 men that gotten earned her a couple of supporting actress in a comedy comedy. Theories Emmy nominations. She also appeared on TV shows as far back as Good Times, E. R. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, She was in movies like Mystic Pizza, Edward Scissorhands. Krampus. Krampus Krampus. Oh, that's scary. I know. Eight Jon Cryer tweeted. She was a beautiful human bird is gruff exterior was an invention of the writers Chad. He's warm and vulnerability were her real strengths. And I'm crying for the woman. All Miss and the joy she brought to so many Isn't that beautiful? So say odd

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Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' star, dies at 77

All Things Considered

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Conchata Ferrell, 'Two and a Half Men' star, dies at 77

"Funeral services are being planned for actress gunshot, a feral perhaps best remembered for her role as Charlie Sheen's sharp witted housekeeper, Berta on the sitcom 2.5 Men. Sweet whistling Geronimo. You be more like a box of hamsters just crawling. Carol died Monday of Sherman Oaks Hospital, according to Celebrity News site News website Deadline 2.5 men costar Jon Cryer tweeted that Ferrell was a beautiful human and he was fortunate to share a stage with her Charlie Sheen tweeted. She was an absolute sweetheart. She also appeared in classic films like Mystic Pizza, Erin Brockovich and Edward Scissorhands. She'd been hospitalized since May, and T. M. Z reported in July that she had fallen ill and wound up spending a month in intensive care, eventually suffering cardiac arrest that left her on a ventilator and unable to communicate. She was 77 years old.

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Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

BrainStuff

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Why Is Declawing Cats Controversial?

"To brainstorm a production of iheartmedia in brain stuff. Lauren Bobin here those it look as if Jack. The ripper went dog day afternoon on your couch. Does it seem Edward. SCISSORHANDS continually carves abstract figures into your door jams. If you answer yes to these questions chances. Are you have a cat. Cats are notorious for scratching some scratch furniture. Some picket carpets a few slice human flesh. They used chair legs scratching posts and have been known to shred drapes and tablecloths into rags caps scratch. That's what they do. The American Veterinary Medical Association the Avian A says that this is both perfectly normal but conversely that up to half of people's complaints about feline behavior regards destructive scratching cats don't do it for malevolent reasons but mainly to mark their territory sharpen their nails stretch their tiny cat muscles or remove dead husks from their claws. All of this is natural and instinctive but because such activities can have unwanted consequences many cat owners resort to declawing they're felines but what exactly does this process entail and why is it controversial in July of two thousand nineteen. New York became the first state to outlaw cat declawing a pet owners who declaw their cats for anything other than medically necessary therapeutic purposes like in the case of feline cancer can face a stiff thousand dollar caller fine. Let's because declawing isn't a benign practice. The most common procedures involve a veterinarian amputating the last bone of each cat toe with ablade or laser. It's the equivalent of cutting off each of a human's fingers at the last knuckle other procedures involve severing the Tendon in each toe that controls the toes claw that option allows the clock to remain. The cat. Just won't be able to use it. The cloud will continue to grow though meaning the owner will likely have to trim the cat's nails else any kind of surgery like this done to a creature with a central nervous system is of course going to be painful but how painful pain in animals is tricky to measure. They can't talk us through it and we know that in humans when we experienced pain it's not just that we've taken damage and it hurts hurts but further damage and hurt is upsetting. We can't know whether animals have a similar response but there are some cues we can take from animals to Suss. Suss it out the NBA says clinical signs of pain following declining include a guarding posture reluctance to bear weight on the declawed limbs and reluctance is to move after reviewing one study. The Avia may says that sixty one of one hundred and sixty three cats exhibited signs of pain for between one to forty two days after decline clawing and twenty six percent of cats went lame for between one and fifty four days a longer surgery times and use of scalpels versus other instruments increased risk for lameness Innis after surgery with the passage of the measure in New York the Empire State joined several US cities including Los Angeles and Denver in banning decline fine while similar bills are being considered elsewhere kitty block president of the Humane Society of the United States hopes more communities will make declawing illegal in an e mail block said that the procedure is an unnecessary convenience surgery quote complications from declawing include an increase in biting and litterbox avoidance which often results in the cat being surrendered to an animal shelter block says the humane society is partnering with the PA project and veterinarians is to educate lawmakers around the country about the issue in hopes of expanding the ban so if de-clawing is so painful for cats why do people we'll check this option. The reasons vary some do it because they love their furniture. A declawing may protect cat owners especially those with compromised immune systems who could experience life threatening complications from cat scratches but let's be real instances of cats. Killing people through infection are rare. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that each year twelve thousand people in the United States are diagnosed with cat scratch fever resulting in five hundred hospitalizations for most people though the disease is is mild with low grade fever fatigue and headaches and there are ways to change a cat scratching behavior here are few from our friends at pet. MD You can invest scratching post or several and place them strategically around the house. When your cat starts to scratch don't Yeller scold just pick her up up and put her near the post. Try Sprinkling CATNIP on your cat scratching post to make it more inviting. You can also take a toy to the post or by scratching post with one when the cat swipes at it. She might scratch the post and realize it's pretty great. Cover your cats favorite scratching sites with double sided sticky tape to deter future scratching coaching or try spraying furniture with herbal sprays that cats will avoid finally you can always trim your cat's nails to a blunt edge or if your cat is a fan of nail trims consider buying classic colored caps to place over the clause not only save your furniture but your cat will be pretty styling.

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"It's it's a perfume commercial turn into an action film. And it is so funny. The Charlie's Farren comes out of. Emily blunt is looking at herself in the mirror as Queen of is. And she goes mirror mirror in the wall. Who's the fares of the mall, and then Charlie's there and comes out of the MIR and goes this this, and so you're. And then Queen of is ask we have goals. Exclusively. Gold but sister, are you dead and the Queen of gold goes not dead, but not alive just somewhere in between. And you can tell that the creators of the film. Don't know the answer. They do not know the answer. So crazy. I don't think that film had a script or anything like like, you said, it was just they decide. This'll expensive herald affirmation improv. Yeah, they the the Queen of ICES wardrobe. I read or saw that shoes meant to look soft and hard of the same time. In availa, Hans like she's. She is a Queen and she's beautiful, but she's also like this kind of like warrior. Yes. So she chain mails skirts. Sure. Scissor feats. Yeah. Are there? Any other just before we wrap up sorta like Burton stylized cons that you wanna like pinpoint throughout the rest of the filmography other. Other Burton looks that like have stood out to you over the years of the Burton looks. I mean, anything that becomes Halloween cost the beetle Beetlejuice like while just like wild hair stripes. Yeah. Pretty pro stripes and the not normally, but I just thought that was great. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Thank you so much for being on the show. Yeah. You you've been like out of the country foaming we like just in time just in time because you're going somewhere. I'm going on a low vaca- great on a little good for you. He's going on a vaca-. That means fans. Listen, oh, the classes gonna post a little late on the twentieth. That's the thing that it means. We have seen gloss. Alrighty. I I'm now going on a trip and right when I land. You're going on a trip to process glass. And then he'll right. Yeah. But I'll give you my heartache, David. I'll let you say the heartache, no Glasser piece. It's a classroom. Wow. Definitely I think we'll have already. We'll disagree with us. Most people are other phone could exert angry with me and keep saying things like explain yourself. I liked it. I thought it was good. They thought we were trolling right? They kidding genuinely a few like I was a grinning ear to ear at the end of the movie like riding a high. I was chanting. Felt perfect movie. That's what I felt like I went this is a glass trapeze I felt that when I saw Valerian and the city of thousand planets, I mean, don't get this guy star. I saw it. I was I was away. I was in Scotland. And I and I haven't read anything about the critical reception or the box office in the city of thousand plants, and I go in. Hoping for the best. And I come out and think timeless classic will come out and think perfect. You're right. Absolutely. And then I read that everyone hated what David put it on his top ten of the year in the pages of Atlantic. Which was founded by Ralph WALDO Emerson Harry Beatrice. And then later I wrote about elyria they died for your sins. Well, let's spooky will be premiering sometime this year sometime this year, supposedly, yes. You're you're you're one of the best in the biz. Oh, thank you. That's face week. You are too. Oh, thank you. Are you people are best in the biz? Yes. Yes. And David is also the vessel. Another person's the best in the business producer Bannock. Hey, the Ben doozer Poland Dory decay, the Ha's k Mr. positive positive peoper aka Hello fennel far detective meat lover, smoking, wet Benny white-hot Benny role nicknames. You could okay. Okay. Is down the hallway Kylo ban is three your weather. Right. Been kanobi Shamlan say save anything dot ill with the dollar sign. Wore house were Bain, then nineteen the fennel maker really insightful..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Right. The big difference is that like Wes Anderson has just become like more and more analog like moving backwards retro technique, and Mr. to Burton is the green screen on WSB, green rain screen. Yes. He green screens green screens into green screens. Yeah. And then also now like he doesn't seem to generate his own stuff anymore. Like he sits around and waits for someone to be like Dumbo. He's like fine. Yeah. You know? Whereas what's Anderson's like he's he's cracking open. That notebook every time coming up with something new. There's monogram notebook his his very carefully monogrammed notebook. Where just I guess to sort of speed around. I mean, I don't wanna put you on the spot with this. But the reason I knew about the Colleen Atwood thing than you were such big fans because your favorite movie the last couple years was a Huntsman winters worth my favorite costumes to right. Is that an that? Would that was that movie? Yes. Yes. The that was a movie that was costumes. I write that was you kept on going bananas about the poster campaign for that move. Yes. 'cause they had a lot of individual. There's no gold. Yeah. And I and I loved it wasn't a battle of the elements necessarily because one was is was goal. Right. Right. It wasn't Myron is it wasn't silver goal was ideology. Of snow and have you seen this film? I have not seen this. Oh my God. It is it's crazy the logic. It's it's a both a prequel Endo sequel to this opens like in media recipe, you go back to was still around and the because isn't surely is only in like ten minutes. He's only like right at the beginning of the end. She's at the beginning of the end, which a best because that's when the queens are their right is just sliding queens. Yes. In queens is good the fighting queens. And I completely forgot thing and Hemsworth, right? They have a lot of it where they're both like soldiers on either side of interesting kind of play Merida from brave. Sure, she's a war. Warrior type. Yes, she's got like these two were curves. That was my take away from the movie was like, oh, the first ones, obviously riffing on Snow White, and this one feels like they're now riffing on brave and frozen..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Weekend. It's making home loans. I it keeps on just seeing one of those weird phenomenon kept going back. Yeah. One of the ten highest grossing films of all time. Sure. It was crazy. Crazy successful. Yeah. Adjusted five six hundred million dollars. That's insane. Like it did like the fucking same amount. The Black Panther did this year. He puts the aftershave on it spurns his face. Sure. I don't remember that. Shaving was. Yeah. He wants to be a grownup puts his hands on. Remember that? He also brutalizes these two burglars with various weapons they're more than just burglars. They are wet band, which is good name for your band, accrue and likes wet things. And I say that in the least very number two's, very snowy movies. Well, Harvey a snowy horror film sort of again with Chris is very christmassy. Interesting moments. Another winter. Snowy horror film. That's an Oscar December's crazy. What the a movie this is? I love this. Visit when a performance best actress wins best actress owed the film, misery misery, Kathy Bates, James Caan. Yeah. That's it. So I wear saying money scares me. But the this is the one money thing that makes sense where I have this weird walks off his hat a log for box office Shershukov misery, huge hit. Yeah. Not a huge it actually just a solid hip. A surprise, you know, could movie into win for Kathy Bates. Yeah. Number three is I feel like that's like a head of time Stielike on like I feel like you go to Bushwick. Now. A lot of girls are dressed up like any Wilkes sure with the sort of little dress in the the bow and the ceramic penguin, always points north. Yeah. That's what she says the movie. Yeah. Yeah. And certainly go to Bushwick. It's lousy. Ceramic penguin? Yep. Yep. Caucus didn't get out of the cockatiel car. Number three is is an old star at a new star together. The old stars directing says, a hard movie to explain Sarney's are also to give clues claims film. Is it the one with Kevin Costner? No. Clint Eastwood even younger and new person unless good Charlie Sheen called worst movies in the very forget about it's not called the scout. So it's called something. It's not called the recruit. No. But it is an are. It's not called a rookie. It's the rookie. Really? It's called weird. One of these two haven't seen number four is the best picture winner. The year of nineteen ninety cer-. Boy, this is your boy, you just said his name. I just said his name Eastwood. What's what does as name literally? You just said is Eastwood is your boy. No, he's not as boy say. Let's say just five seconds ago. You were trying to guess he's co star. Oh costner. It's dances with wolves. Just I'm sorry. Oh, my movie we haven't Kevin Kevin Costner, and they cut it out. But the gift lows forever. I live for the I read this the one thing I right into my contract. They gotta be a gift you got to give you gotta gotta gaffe. Gotta get Griff. Number five is a sequel to one of the highest grossing films of of a few years ago. It's Rasa comedy, very very high concept comedy on three men a little lady three men and a little a little lady was that one directed by nimoy as well. He Moi's out. He's not interested. It's weird that Spock directed the highest grossing film of a year. Yeah. He made three hits. And then he made three weird movies. And then that was that. Yeah. Gene wilder movie that he made his like disaster if the last one gene wilder ever did Leonard nimoy. Yeah. So that's it. We're done. Well. What's to say Edward Scissorhands? We Santa legend. Johnny Depp, send us some wine Raisch or he's looking to kick some of the collection dip seek help and be publicly accountable for your sins. Lease. Yes, do you think? Tim Burton was Anderson like each other. I you know, I had that I've always had this. They've always been like the sun and the moon to me. Yes. Yes. Yes. One, you know, the the pink to the black the vary like decided the static. It's an interesting question. They're the two sides of the same point. And they're both fundamentally comedy directors, which I think people sometimes lose track of that like comedy is the main thing they're interested in, but they can also make dioramas together..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Of his properties, including the small French village that he owned not only did you on a Caribbean island, but he owned a small French village in which he owned every house in the village paid to keep staff on retainer for the different houses. So he was like this house is our kitchen. This house is our dining house, like just here's a small quaint, beauty and the beast style awhile. But that's the thing. Like if you're joined up, and you're like a love the way feels to be in a small rustic French village. And they're like, hey, here's eighty million dollars. Then you do. That then you build your French wino-. Disneyland. Anyway. He now lives in like a mansion he never goes outside. He's vampire, and he drinks all the time apparently on people surrounded by like, the people who work for him with his employees right banned in there called Hollywood vampire. Yes, sir. Shoebox escape. We should. Okay. Cool. This movie did did weirdly. Well, yeah. This movie made I'm gonna get you the total fifty six million dollars. See I'm so bad with money. I don't know if that's a lot of little movie well adjusted for inflation. It's about twenty. Yes. Or little it's a lot of money for any movie. But it except for a really big. But it's a lot of money for movie like this. Yeah. This movie was that expensive. What do you think? I think probably cost about twenty thirty. Yeah. And place them about one St. exactly right. A million dollar budget. Right. Right. And beyond that like a sort of like right doesn't have a big well known as maybe approaching big start at that point. But like huge star probably a million. You know, like, it's certainly not a movie that's guaranteed to be a huge success at opened small theaters. And it's face may be looked like the small passion project. He made in between Batman movies. And the fact that it worked at the. Time rather than being a cult hit years later is kind of surprising. Yeah. So it opens limited release to theaters December seventh nineteen hundred ninety number one that week in its fourth week. My guess is. It's the biggest movie of the year of nineteen ninety. Yes. It is the biggest movie the year two at a kids movie. Very christmassy a alone, home, alone, home alone. I don't get the. The American obsession with home alone. I. I know go go. I remember I remember scenes of it that I like all the you know when the the little traps. But there's this incredible nostalgia for home alone. That I I can't seem to access even even even though when a when I was that age, or whatever I really enjoyed it. And I loved it. It feels like left it being a thing in the last few years where our generation has started demanding that it be ushered into the canon as like one of the undeniable classics and not even like, that's like a movie, we all nostalgia for. But can we all agree that it's like, it's a wonderful life home alone. You know, which I don't get now. That's a movie that I would watch him bits and pieces on TV. I maybe V formative some here and watch it a lot right? I didn't see it in theaters to lot more because it was sitting in New York. Yeah. Yeah. I'd watch that one too Trump's one of my favorite actors. But it is weird to me. How like it's gone. Not just even like goonies thing where it's like, well, it's kind of cheesy but come on. We all love the goonies to being like, we all. Agree that home alone is a flawless masterwork. Right. Right. Right. Very odd. To me. I don't know. I'm not shitting on the move. No. It will say though in its fourth week into made the pretty much the same maintenance first weekend. It was one of those crazy home alone as Scissorhands no-no like home alone. So I'm saying like eight home loads fourth.

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I should sit by myself in this corner for the rest of time, which which I just found unbearably sad like this cry a lot as a child, but I do think obviously at the point that timbers making this movie he like his his art has connected with the masses. He's found his place. He's very successful. People are letting him follow his whims to the end of the earth. So I don't think it's about him actually feeling disconnected from society as a citizen read this point. I think the movie is just about him being like, I don't. Think I will ever understand other people. Yeah. You know, there's this concession the fact that Edward chooses to stay that the movie doesn't end with the people killing him. But it ends with him being like, I'm just gonna sit here and pretend that I'm dead and just wait out my attorney, I guess so is him just sort of maybe, you know, maybe things will change. Yeah. Maybe I'm back, right? The daughter comes back or whatever the granddaughter. I don't know. But be does it does just feel like him being like, it doesn't matter? Art pitch what Edward Scissorhands too. I just sold for five million dollars. Wow. This time around as she goes back up. And he's there still granddaughter. Yeah. Although actually, we should talk def because that's the real reason you ever making instill this is I will say we've been watching. I've seen a lot of deputies. Something is not a great time to rewatch tap. This is the one that makes me the saddest you mean, just because of what was sort of once so great about him as a performer. Yes. And also, I think he was able to run off the juice of this movie for so long terms. He also is misunderstood like he's not one of these Hollywood movie stars. Yeah. Not some asshole. He's actually this weird wounded law soul. It's Kohl's browse right? Cole sprouse of his time. Because I think that was the thing everyone thought was just another pretty boy, actually, he feels as weird as we do, and then sort of come. To realize like, oh, no. Maybe he's just like the same sort of like, but he's talented. So there's that or was talented. I mean, even amber heard in her allegations. And all that, you know, when when they were having the divorce was pretty clear about like he became an alcoholic and drug addict. Yes, where she was saying he was not always alcoholic and right leg. You know, he has entered a spiral of super addiction that is ruining his mind. Yeah. Like, she. That was very like she included all that like, the divorce papers and all that sort of stuff when they were like figuring out their divorce. Yeah. Yeah. And also read all those pieces about it. And you just like how late like how much fucking money he was making off the Caribbean movies. And it's like that's just not good. Will that kind of like when people stop saying, no to anything and you start having insane amounts of money, especially when you're a weirdo, right? Like, it's the same thing with like. Like nNcholas cage bankrupted himself buying dinosaur skulls. Right. He built a pyramid like in the desert that he lives in or whatever reason why the people who have billions of dollars are like boring businessmen. Yeah. I mean, it's really a slippery slope. Right. Like don't have interest or personalities and just really having money. Right. Yeah. Whereas I think if you like things, and you have access to all that money. You start going insane. I like wine, and I'm so interested to just see like a like a rundown of what he re consuming. Yeah. Week of how expensive these bills wasn't that? The thing though, when they were like, it's been said, you're spending thirty grand a month phone wine. He's like that's outrageous. I spend way more than that. Like in that recent Rolling Stone. Lander also you it's fifty. The of him drinking like a burgundy from like eighty something and just slamming it down. That's so crazy. Yeah. Right, right. He's just like drinking wine like it's cans of beer, I believe he's still in that state that Rolling Stone article suggested that he's basically just like a hash smoking Munster. Right. And that he was sued front city allies for punching someone in the lawsuit was like he just reeks about and does drugs on the movie is still not been released and he lives in his own weird..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Not a right. This isn't no Eleanor can singing on the rooftop is later, right? When. Stapling snow because this California he he's really having a go at that size creating Oscar for little miss sunshine. But I mean for this, right? But they said accidentally like this Larkin's, I kinda me award for singing on the roof and little miss sunshine. Yeah. You know, it all goes wrong. We know what goes wrong. He's a scissor, man. I it's going to go wrong. Yeah. That inevitability scared me as a child. I just didn't know how wrong it was going to go, and I didn't want the fun times to last like once I had been lulled into the security of life. They accept him. It's fun. He's an artist. I so dreaded the turn. But obviously he makes the ice sculpture and rain on dense snowbo- right after. Thought was the peak of romance. Yes. Zoe. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It was has your Jehovah your relationships and been through your life. They tend to dislike the fact that I wear Scissorhands. I would say, but they love the snow cyst on my relationship goals. This is who I learned from. What else is there? Anything? The the thing that always shocked me as a child and honestly shocks me. Now is that he kills someone if the yeah, right, right? Yeah. Like, you don't think he's going do? It's also shocking as the bully should know that he don't fight poses or don't. Scissorhands? Right. What's grace? Well, he's he's so cocky, right? Such a, you know, downtrodden doormat of a person thinks, but he ignores the old adage never bring a fist to acidify. Right. He's fighting with fists in a in a scissor fight. David brings up steady doesn't have a good definitely does have a gun. Plot in the movie is the sun from Honey, I shrunk the kids trying to get Edward to play rock, paper, scissors. Yes. And then getting tired of playing rock, paper scissors with such a such a fun baby little joke. It's such good kid. Logic of this guy would be the best to play with his hands are one of the things, and then realizing no he's the worst play with only one of the things. How do you guys feel about vans with flames? I mean, I like, oh, yeah. I think you're morning. They saw that as a kid, and I was like fuck I want that van. So. Yeah. I. The licenses suspend is it really. Yeah. I thought when you ask that question, you meant like slip on shoe to Tampa on them like van? Limited edition guy Fieri vans, which I'm very into those those are cool. I are shoes are cool. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know there other things to talk about here. No. I mean, it all goes Pete Tong, the English would say, and he's chased to the mansion. Yeah. And by people with pitchforks pitchforks. But they might as well. Right. And the cop helps them cover up the murder. No one no one reading picks the body. There's no there's too scared. They wanna they wanna forget about that. As no informing of will. What about this kid's parents? No clear fucking. Yeah. They just dissipate. Just like, look, I mean death is death cancels it out like grew to hate the other one too. But now, they're both. We were gonna lose one guy from the community. Right. This was probably our first-round pick. Right. I also feel like the the the ideas that may be like a generation or two later. You know, people forget about it. The house will just stay there. He'll just stay there. Right. And then maybe once again, someone's interests will be piqued enough to sort of like go check it out again. And maybe he'll come back so close still to all these right? Just like choose to turn him into a legend. Right. But but I mean, it is kinda nice that like anti Michael charges for him. Right. And then he. Ticks the hands out sort of self defensively. So it's not like he didn't know gonna kill him. It's also not like he's a new shocking. This is like a PG movie. You know, you just don't see going this with that much blood on his blades. And all of this stuff is also the thing you expect he's your hands. Man. Right. You know, we are finally. Yep. The west and the surrender is like I this is where I belong..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Yes. So they set that up very early on. And then the movie gets a lot of fun. A lot of mileage out allying bursts, waterbed. He's going to bring. Yeah. Yeah. But it is it is the like the Chekhov's gun in this movie is like when when when you got a friend. Yeah. But I just was watching this. And now, you know having. Worked in this industry peek behind the curtain. I was watching it and just, you know, home we're to sound mixing no just realize it would have sounded like dole, plastic, right? Right right on set her former would have been great. But it also just sound like dangerous. But like, yeah, you know, sure. 'cause there's zero chance, but there's such clear like snips every time. You're tickets any finger whether nights, cutting something you hear the clanking cure, the sharpness which like that. That's what keeps the tension in the air for the whole movie. Are you saying positions were really medal? I believe they were plastic. And if they were metal they were dull, I think this is one of those movies where they had like seven different versions, depending on what he had to do within a scene, but there's zero chance they were making that kind of sound sure you will Roope. I would bet they were plastic largely so that they weren't making sound right. Uh-huh. Because onset, they always just like, let's get clean. Possible like Roan to anything right in my like years of only getting hired to play the computer tax on cop shows, don't type that was the bane of my existence actually type was like the only thing you hired me to do is sit here and type intensely and they're like can your fingers be one inch above the keyboard. Oh, wow. And you feel so stupid when you're just like ghost typing a keyboard. That's right below one time. I can't even remember what the show was. But I dish ind for when I was an eye. Why was a dish inning? I think this is this is a Griffin Newman. This is it was. Yeah. It was a it was like very much like, you know, Jared and hands and then like, and then just like spilling of a soak quickly some facts the name I uses a joke because this is one I addition for and the project cancelled because of a lawsuit, but I was at one point in the conversation to play computer tech named Shalom Rodriguez. Oh my God. Let's try and cast as wide as possible here the other it's those it's in those little rolls than they can shoehorn diversity because they're not because they're just they're on screen sometime. So sure it can be a Reagan credits sites. Exactly did you or get a Hispanic? And then we'll pretend like the joke is it's funny that he doesn't match the other half. Of the name. Right. Right. Right. Right. It's like you either get Michael pain a-. His name is Shalom. You get me and my name's Rodriguez here. And there in lies the comedy. It was win win. And they got sued because it turned up the rest of the script was copying growth dragon tattoo. Perfect. Embellishment retreat. They were like four weeks away from filming and the Larson estate sued the network that was producing the pilot. Do you currently relate to Scissorhands? As a cactus. I think this is a big question because he was so much avatar from as a child I was very sensitive child who felt very easily damaged by everything fame, and you know, wells for boys kind of thing and this character, so elemental and like Wenonah was my biggest movie curse. That's the reason. David friends, I lo-. In general base. She is a bit. I I don't have a lot..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"And now it's still hasn't been made. It's a tricky needle to thread, the Pinocchio story. It's fun because it is inherently a nineteenth century Italian novel about how children should listen to their parents because I used to read the book all the time in the book is basically like an Pinocchio didn't listen to Jimmy cricket, and he was hung from a tree when I get that. That's like every chapter ends, which Pinocchio being hung from a tree is essentially being choked out. Okay, by his own kind. Yeah. You know what I'm saying? Yes. Well, it's like if another human choke to death. BNO dumped at Dumbo and Bambi movies about like loss of parents and like the inherent cruelty of mankind's. Yeah. That's right. Me out. My brother Jamesy would like void any movie that was like aggressively sad. Whereas like, I flop to because I wanted to feel but Dumbo I feel it was one of the only ones that he would watch because while the train shit because he was like vehicle kid. Yeah. Like a lot like a lot of little boys. Wheels engines see I just a train kit. Cars I wasn't as into interesting. I like train train. So they don't like cars maps, I like systems learning a train map things like that. You know, that was my deal James was very vehicles and was especially into like like like policemen firemen like any sort of like jobs rights jobs, upholding says likes jobs because my brother was like that like downst- like I will be a milkman. For six months. He was all in on that. And then he was like I'm done with that. I'm going to be a train conductor because I saw one right? So now, that's my new job. Yeah. My brother was really into this British TV show postman PAT's which didn't post. How would you know, we know because we're bringing it back later. It's so exciting when we bring it back. What what are you talking about? This is where we need to talk about whatever you're talking about a group in Brit logic. Watts. What's? Been holding back. God it would so much better. When we bring it back in the other episodes. I don't know look the point is postman, Pat, FOX postman, Pat patent his little Weck and white cat, right? Which show that not English puppet? Show motion little felt men who's a postman. Yeah. He looks like a hot dog. He does show you postman, Pat. He lives a little clearer and he lives in a little English town. And he delivers the mail little comfy has a cat called. Jess who's black and white, right? And you. Yeah. Usually the biggest issue is like, you know, the bridges out or something. Their name is smudged on the on the package, and he can't have never I have never seen that in my life for Britain. Postman Pat fireman. Sam get those. Yeah. And this was the early nineties and we used to have to get like family members to ship us postman. Pat and fireman. Sam VHS is new and then my father would have to like get people who could convert them from Hal end. Ligament. NTSC to pal or pal. We had to like get like contraband postman, Pat a multi region, right? Yeah. Onto new new cassettes. Yeah. Yeah. Postman, Pat and his black white cat, right? Yeah. I don't want to ever have a job. I wanna sit in a corner. Sure. And then sometimes cut things, do, you know, what is the most impressive aspect of this film sound mixing, okay. Like the because defect. Yeah. I think that's what really sells the movie and and the danger of how scary it is to have large sharp blades on your hands. Well, so much of the tension of the movie is will he eventually he does, bro. He cut the ones. He loves right? Like that's the, but Yes, What's so scary? Like every time because even when we right you're like, oh, no careful, but there's so many things where tumbler line when she says hold me. And he's like there's the moment where he's pointing out things in the window when Dianne Wiest is driving him through the neighborhood, and he strongly points almost slashes her across the throat..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"But you have old Wenonah, which I think they do with your your impression was I thought flawless Dona. I think it's probably my favorite character in the history of films old Winona all and clearly Jj Abrams agreed with me because that's the only reason you would cast her to play old spock's we'll say the second or house like remember when she was old sparks. Isn't she forty will make spunk spokesman? But then you were like. Major up. She doesn't have a moment where she's not wearing old age make she does she does a kid. So there's Caesar. Winnowed one scene where he's like, mommy. You know, why did you like make me? Yes. Spock is a bit of an Edward scissor spunky scissor. Yeah. Yeah. But but yes, you have her tongue story. I love the image of the girl is like getting engulfed in the bed. I know I love that is crazy. Deciding perspective thing where she just looks like the bed is swallowed cougar style. Yeah. But I think he does a good job of not showing her face too much in this opening scene. So you don't immediately. I go together. It's my mom telling me, it was when Oneida blew my mind will okay that's makeup. Very good make makeup. But then you go through the window, and you get the whole sort of traveling through the house and the score has really good table setting thing he does. And then you go straight to like, Diane weeks, candy, colored suburbs. And I to love this like how small and hermetic their world is that she is like going to the same doors at the scene people. She's men could try to feral like, you know, in a by any freight, and she's. Funny. She has like all of her relationships figured out. She only knows twenty people, and none of them are going to buy products from her and she just this one day as like, there's one more house. But it's a good like nice economic setting up the basic dynamic of all the people in the town. Totally Kathy Baker very funny performance Jones Jones who fucking rules. Caroline, Aaron who's in like everything. Yes. Marge Olen Jones gets credit in the end credits for composing the organ music in this cool job which rules. Jones is one of those great like early timber in stock company. Oh, yeah. Yes. Even just when the moment like her name up in the crash, you're like the name of an actor in a timber movie. Yes. Oh, land Jones. Yeah. She's in Martha Mars Texas. attacks back in MRs peregrine. Oh, yes. As what as the peculiar boys boss at the supermarket? The peculiar boys bus. That's is that his most recent films. Time where we're finishing this time. We're recording. Yes. That's most recent Dumbo. Yeah. Okay. Another sensitive movie other sensitive movie. I mean Dumbo looks like they're setting it up to be a similar kind of. Here's an outsider who all these human beings are reflecting upon right? Right, right. We're seeing themselves in and their relationship to him and he'll much suffering. He can endure ret just can't deal with circus. Fetig? You don't like circus stuff. No. I I love. I I love Dumbo as a child me too. Live justly to scenes in bumble, the the the mother rocking. Maybe of mine. Yeah. And then the train going through that hill at night. Yes. During the rainstorm, but anything circus, just like the cotton, candy whimsy? Now. I don't do circus. Okay. Interesting. Yeah. I guess doesn't get enough credit for being good train movie deuce train. Right. You were a big train kit. Love it. Love the trim Dumbo when as a kid Dumbo. Was to elementary upsetting for me to watch that often like because it's Dumbo and Pinocchio and Dumbo and Bambi were the ones that. Yeah. Pinocchio watch a lot though fun. He's got like also upset very upsetting. Yes. Islands. That's more circus eve stuff when they're turning into the donkeys circus or carnival. Okay. It's carnivals. Okay. Another Frankenstein yet. Hey, another construct. Yeah. The half fish construct almost movie like six years that makes about it. Yeah. Junior has been trying to make a Pinocchio movie at we're where he's Djupedal. Yes. And then when Tim Burton left they hired hall, Thomas Anderson, and then he got fired..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"What she would just tear. I do love the fundamental conceit. We have to buy into in this movie, where it's like, a brilliant. Scientists who can make anything decides to make his own living creature and just for transitional stage. He's going to have scissors. Right. Well, that's I watching it as a child. I always thought that the Tim. Ed's dad is inventor was very mean. Cruel. Man, interesting. I always read them as like a a mean cruel man who did this him. That's that was my reading of child. Do you still feel that way watching it? Now. Why would you put the we're too weird? Why would you do that? It's a crazy placeholder. It's a crazy place holder freeze placeholder, especially because his idea wasn't. I will make a scissor, man. We'll We'll make. make it as like, okay? I had my fun with you with this. Now, we'll go rubber. Here you go. Yeah. I always thought it was it was very cruel. Right. He was trying to punk him in a way with the Scissorhands. Yeah. Also to be a weapon was he what was the purpose of giving him scissor mo-? He wanted to a human to make cookies. You just make a robot cookie makers this should have given him cookie cutter hands jer instead of Scissorhands patisseries are cooler. They look I realize we watching it recently. I I fully relate it with Edward until the moment where the Bank told him yet. No credit. And then I was like oh nine people talk about having credit or not having feted true in film. It is that he has no credit. I knew ask someone with no credit still have no credit and very proudly don't play that game. The Bank really don't play the credit. My what am I happy moments? One of my proudest moments was closing a Bank account, very cool. And there were like you're going to need credit. You're gonna need what if we wanna buy a house. What if you wanna buy a car, and I am like I I came to this country not long ago. I have nothing. I don't want children. I don't wanna buy a house. I don't know how to drive I don't need anything. Well, and I don't think playing this game. You wanna move into a long abandoned mansion at the top of? Yes. Yeah. And those places you don't need a down payment. Exactly. Don't need them mortgage. You kinda got squatters rights. But that's I just love that. They take it to the Bank though, because it's just like we says like I'm going to make I am gonna figure it out selling the Avon stuff. Right. Well, let's just right now. Like, you know, you gotta you gotta in this country. Like, you can really you know, you can pull yourself up by bootstraps as long as you commit yourself and your responsible as long as you play the game. And they take him to the Bank to the banks. Like, we don't know who you are because you have Scissorhands, and you're a robot or something, and, you know, records get a job and get a car, right? Yeah. And I just love it Arkan. And we well that's outrageous because this is a miracle like you should have a Bank. That's that's one of the rules. Get a Bank account. I will say I actually I think our Bank account scare me. I have like a checking half debit card linked to my checking account, and that's my entire life. Even now that I'm financially stable same here. I don't wanna engage don't have a credit card. Yeah. I've never had a credit card. Bad credit boy, he's about because you're playing the game playing. Again, the game played me. Lost the game. Putting no yeah. Now on the bench. No, no, no, my parents. Also, no credit, no credit cards. No see my dad plays the game in loses. I'm the child of our. I'm like cool. I have a checking account and I will check on the chase app..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I was shocked and so amused by the fact that this mansion is at the very end of their. Show. Her Medica is if you you people are living next to it and have never wanted thought about it ought about necessity of running out of houses to sell makeup in right, right? Right. One foot away but into this completely. I love that. I love that. Because I mean, it's it's a very like storybook devise. Oh, these people are so involved in in their own lives that have never questioned what's at the end of the right? The street. Also, just love the idea of like it's like to make a world so aggressively normal all the weirdness to be like clustered somewhere. And that's created this play. Yeah. It's like they shoved it all to the side and Vincent prices. Just like I'll live here. Then, you know, just walked into a mention, well, I think I've said this before in different contexts, but he grew up in Burbank. He said this is largely influenced by his upbringing in Burbank and how outside he felt. Like conventional sort of suburban community, but the other thing that apparently they claim deeply influenced. This movie is his time at California Institute of arts, the college I dropped out of and on cold paradise or whatever Valencia California. Okay. Wha- paradise is different put out in California on the tour when I was like dad, I wanna go here. This is the timber in college because I went there because Tim Burton. They said on the tour, and they were like have any of you seen the movie Edward Scissorhands? And then everyone like raised their hands and let gas and they were like so rumor has it Tim based the film on his experiences here being a weird Kook on top of a mountain with this creepy suburban town that feared him down. Boy is the creepy. Ribbon county actually wrong term. Yes. Or the or or did he feel like he was the one weird student and the other was like blissfully normal. This is where the metaphor doesn't totally track because it's a flattering to the school with non as my argue. It's not right. No. I would argue it's not, and it was it was really clear for shadowing that I didn't pick up on about. Why shouldn't go there? But like the schools on top of a mountain like, and it's a weird building kind of has that relationship to the rest of the city, which is otherwise closed off identical cookie cutter housing communities Godley and anytime you would like leave the camp. Which was like a tiny bubble and go down into Valencia proper. Everyone would look at you like. Like, the townspeople hated the seople townspeople hitch works three sukey made like apparently thing that influences movie was how terrified he felt of how terrified everyone was him. And he wanted to shoot in Burbank, but Burbank at this point of change too much to urban I think, and so they tried it in lutz, Florida home of passive future gets Sonia. Psoriasis. A great attempt a suburb. Okay, which I'm sure now in its own right is probably too..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"He said so. Oh, little just the way means. Yes. Up like this little paw feel and just like that movie. Is so good the sadness in not understanding. Why sitting on Honey? Yes. This Rupp do right? Yes. Like when they're walking through the train station. And he says why is he in a cave the ticket constrict and he wants a balloon, and he just wants a balloon. Just I saw that movie with our fin Rebecca fullness. I have a lot to learn acting wise from wynona Apu. I mean, he's the master. Yeah. He's a master. He's been making it look effortless for sixty years. Yes. But I saw the movie the lights came up, and I turned to her. And my first thought was like I forgot that we need the do is my favorite comedian. He's very yes. Where it was just really that movie. So captures like when I would read those books or watch the cartoons and just bust a gut, and I was like a one line joke writer than poo who is the sharpest joke writer in the biz. But then that movie ads like the winsome nece. That's the thing that links them up with Edward Scissorhands. Pu feels weirdly sat in that movie who feels release at least in the same way of the whole Chris Robin growing up. Yeah. There's not really zone for him. They've all spread out here. Sort of just like a bare living in a tree by himself. Not talking to anybody when I was young. And I saw this for the first time, and I remember resisting watching it for a while. Scissorhands? No, I resisted watching Winnie the Pooh and Christopher Robin until it came out. And then I saw it opening weekend ever Scissorhands I'd gotten so deep into Burton, and I held off on watching this one. It was maybe wanna last ones I watch. I can't become that. I was very. I was genuinely scared when I was a kid. I knew it Edward Scissorhands one. Everyone did because we'll talk playground because it's such a good name on. Yes. But I didn't see it. I guess I was a little older. But it was scary ninety nine hundred ninety. Okay. I just remember it being one of those boxes in the video store that scared. Yes, yet because the scars and the yeah. Yeah. And the fact that he does look so sad and haunted and scary, right? Like it wasn't. I knew that. He wasn't a villain a new. It wasn't a monster movie and a traditional most. But I was like he looks scary. And it this look sad. I hear this movie. They're selling it about his loneliness. And I don't want to experience that when you see today. I'd probably see when I'm maybe nine or ten. Oh, usually pretty yeah. I'm still pretty young. But I'm saying like seven or eight I got really into Burton. And this was the last one I watched on VHS, and they became szeswith them watch it like obsessively I hadn't seen it probably ten or twelve years. And watching the last night, I realize it's one of those are still probably know every word to 'cause I watched it too much in middle school. But I do remember when it started a I was I was so nervous like sitting watching VHS and my living room by myself because it was bad in some way waiting for him to appear it felt like the looming threat because you have the happy suburban town ends a kid if I ever watched horror movies or movies that had mild thriller elements or any of that..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Get a free stock took all these public and order us. This is just going to cost me so much money to fly there. It really doesn't cost you any money at all. It's just checks. Check that Robin Hood dot com. Oh, yeah. We're on the same. The same year. So an in April and Edward Scissorhands is in December. I think he did crybaby the John waters. Okay. And then after this he does not do movie for three years crazy. Benny does Benny in June. Yeah. And what's eating Gilbert? Grape speaking to Capri. So this is the year he picks like to some verse directors, and is a mock not only that has quit twenty one jump street. Wrecks goes on without him. And if you had any reputation this point it was that he was a brat on twenty one jump street. Like all the stories were like hated the show, and he come on set wearing stupid costumes that they try to fire him like he would like he was constantly trying to get kicked off the show because he thought it was dumb. And. Yeah. And I think everyone thought it was strange that he was doing this. Sure. And then and then this. Made his career moves career better worse. This is like this kind of comes like the thing. And I feel like so much of his reputation back because it is easy to forget that for like thirteen years. So he felt like he was like the artist of the movie stars. Yes. Until pirates. He is the one where you almost don't understand how he still gets to be a movie star regularly only makes weird movies and most of them didn't make a lot of this was kind of his only hit until higher. It's basically. Yes. And he's like. Okay. Only commercial hidden. Yeah. Really liked him. He never got nominated for Oskar or anything. And then do these interviews and he'd be chained like a. Yeah, he's sort of occupies. It seems basis. You're like until like a Houston's. But yes, also, he would only he was, you know, he dated Winona Ryder. And it was like it was a real life. Teen beat kind of relationship is a huge. They were the it couple for that. We are in the early the equivalent if like they hired Cole sprouse. That's shook. Yes. That's that's what it's and any any knocked it out of the park. Right. Like. He was like this kid who's like his Instagram is not selfish. But they're like vary. Very beautiful try, and he's in his big TNT show that you get the senses. Like does he? Right. Yeah. Yeah. That was the whole thing was like does Johnny Depp think he's better than the show is he actually better than it. Or is he just rewrite? What proof is there? He can actually. And also, he's just so pretty the time. But I think he has the automatic judgment of. Well, he's a pretty boy. Like, what is he? No. He's just got the chin like and the very much putting him through like all the magazine pieces and all the photo shoot. Cigarettes should be like looking right. You know? So he seems right. And he's wearing weird Schett's. You know? I mean, there's you know the dates when no one and then immediately gets the tattoo. He also will win. They up up forever. It was. Then he changed its there was that thing. He also dated Jennifer grain sharell Linfen, he dated like every cool girl the early nineties. Like, right. You know? And he was married when he was like a baby. Yeah. And they got divorced like before he even joined twenty one jump street. Right, right. He was married. That whole thing he had the lake cash rockstar poets sort of you know, kind of vibe around him. And then this performance is just like completely eagle this. Sure, right. Totally and is some of the most sort of like committed like, physical comedy Chapman's four lines. Yeah. Right. And watching it it is just like when people apply chaplain S two things there rarely is a character that is this sort of boy Alimentos things they mean that they're quiet. I feel I feel like that. Right. Like, that's usually why people would say that would be a another performance that is sort of in the same will of of forming that I saw last year that I loved one of my favorite performances on film. Can't wait for this. When needed Apu in the Christopher, Robin. Agreed. So so oh my God..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"It's just crazy that it's the same person only like five years later because he looks like two feet taller. He does he looks. Well, that's those low too. A lot of a lot of low angles in this movie, especially with this character because it's like you see from from like, you know, physically hands point of view field small and known as like two foot one Winona Zona toll. She's a little some bleeding lady. She seems statuesque in this. Yes. Yeah. So the people the timber was apparently interested in we're like Gary Oldman open past right Hanks past right? I mean, they were going to like all the big leading man Hanks Hanks pass to do bonfire the vanities. I believe. Yeah. I mean, you could call still for all fall. Sure. Oldman actually, right. There's a quote from him where he was like, I didn't get it. And then when I saw the movie like two minutes in like, oh, I get it. Like now, I get it. Like he just needed to see like what Burton was doing ADF was not convincing the sheriff to made no sense to him. But once he saw it he made sense. I mean, that's great. That's the best kind of thing. This be doesn't work if the character is that much of a grown man, right? Yeah. I mean, you're really creepy. If it was hangs her old man or any of them the cruise was the right age. But is the wrong energy? You get why they wanted hangs because they're like as our biggest star. He can do anything to comedy drama if someone like old news like, oh, he transforms himself. He's a chameleon gets into it. But you kinda need someone who has a blink slate in terms of their relationship to the audience at this point the way, the Johnny Depp did. Yeah. Because he was just oh that pretty boy. Like people didn't really have much of a take on him other than like a heartthrob. He's on TV shows on TV she's gotten killed in a couple of movies. Sure. You know, platoon and nightmare on elm street straight. He's in another scissor handed, man. But I don't think there was any sort of sense of like, oh, that's the Johnny Depp vibe which dates to hard. Sure. Yeah. Then he right that becomes his. But I think at this point it was like casting, John Courtney or whatever it's like the castle like hunky guy, or like the cap ios will like that maybe was like sweater pretty yet to cap you feel like hit the ground running as like, oh, he's a serious actor like he's like the serious child act does growing pains. But then it's like Gilbert grape, you're like this very committed fifteen right? That's true. What are you laughing about Griffey? Sorry. Sorry. David sorry to steer. Off course in this episode. I'm just thinking about how wise I have been about my investments recently. Oh, you've been buying stocks or options cryptos ETF's at no I've been buying and selling stocks because we, of course, Robin Hood sponsoring the show, for instance, he'd been sponsoring the show many times, you can use on your phone finally took their advice, and I went down to my local grocery store, and I bought fifteen thousand dollars worth of salary stocks. So I am in I'm in the money wrong where he thinks stock stock stock trading, right? The stock market. That's what we're talking about. I mean, look, I mean, I don't know what you might be able to offload your celery. I mean, all luck to you. We'll say they want they want to make green right? And so you've got to buy stocks. But we've robinhood it's more just thing on your phone that makes financial services work for every. It's a very non intimidating way for stock market newcomers to invest for the first time with confidence you find buyers for your salary..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"We also hires. Caroline, tomes Thompson. Caroline Thompson was a novelist. She had written a book about an aborted baby that comes back to life and her whole. Colt guess which I believe cannot be fierce was trying to make into a move for a long time. Yeah. She had optioned it higher. Caroline Thompson to adapter on script. Never got made. But then people start having her write other scripts adopt other things or adoption on stories or right spec. Scripts based off of ideas, because I think they said, oh, this person has got this weird childlike whimsey combined with grounding it in a human situation am down and do an ABC. Right. I think that was the notion can we get someone who has basic storytelling fundamentals? Yeah. To take mostly what he's talking about. He meets with her. And she says he was the most articulate person I'd ever met who is incapable of stringing together. That quote. Yeah. It's a good quote. And that's exactly what you're saying. Julio is like the idea of like, okay, can you filter what he's saying into something that makes sense to people, you know, beetle juice rules, but it's also not a particularly emotional movie. No and Batman, which at this point isn't happening hasn't happened yet is an action movie. He is like a sketch movie. I think the really can you make this guy? Tell the motions story make characters carry about. So Warner Brothers just says, we're not interested gives up the movie. Let's FOX pick it up then he makes Batman and then like the day after Batman comes out. Fox is cool. We'll make Scissorhands tomorrow. Right. But also every other studio is like if you wanna make a movie any let us know rand did kind of have his pick of the litter. But he's like I want to do at versus a hint right now. Right. Yeah. We'll we'll jump straight into it comes out the year after Batman. He's got this list of the actors. He wants to do it. Fox wanted him to hire Tom Cruise Tom Cruise four Scissorhands, correct, humid, Tom Cruise, and he knows didn't go over very well. Oh boy. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Right. And Tom Cruise at this point is all about winning. Yeah. He well. He's just unlike or he's about to do born on the fourth of July 'cause I eighty nine under the well, sure. Yeah. He's in he's in that pocket. And then the other sees Tom Cruise as like the the boyfriend the blonde boyfriend CAC Kraus's. Right, which it's so fucking funny. Brian this movie, it is create its thing. Right. Michael having been the deep for five odd years right in in various giant us eighty six is it. That was John Hughes movie in relation to this. There's eighty five the weird science is eighty five to okay. And he weirdly is only been in two movies since then out of bounds and Johnny be good. Neither richer, you know, right hits. Right. But was in China. Right. It's a fucking quarterback in that. Right. Yes. There's that amazing interview with Anthony Michael hall after he's done the John Hughes movies after he's become the youngest ever cast member on our Night Live after being the teen films. He was on Saturday night when he was sixteen or seventeen. Sure. Yeah. I can look it up. And then he did like he went on like MTV news and was wearing sunglasses, and they went nineteen eighteen or nineteen go on they went how do you feel about playing all these nerd characters? And he goes, nah, nah, man. Not not don't use the N word in front of me. No. And he says it that way. No man, don't use the N word. I think he was also like in the, you know, a lot of eighties young star. He was like an alcoholic by the age of eighteen you know, what I mean, he had like drinking and drug problems from young because it's your the soup you're in this, you know, but I think frat pack soup. I think he thought of himself as a series character actor, okay, he had met with Stanley Kubrick about doing full metal jacket. Sure. And then I think he felt so self conscious about being pigeonholed into the nerd thing. Then he went so hard in the other direction. Right. And was like, I'm just gonna play humorless broS. But he does play a great. He's great..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I mean, this is the main thing we've been talking about in this miniseries is how much how quickly timber Salish himself as like clear brand the people's gots. Yeah. Yeah. And. Yeah. Just like, oh, another one of those right? Yeah. Which was surprising because he is so Essa teric. It was weird that once you get it, you netted like pick up the his language you can you can understand what the rules of his universe. I think that if anything this might of caught people of guard because it was so sweet, I think that was. Sahar movie just a horror movie and. Beetlejuice was gonna spooky bat looking and tone way. And this one wasn't spooky is so kind and sweet children's very sincere children's film. Now. Here's here's my transition. I feel like you have carved out a similar niche for yourself in comedy. As Tim Burton as the timber of comedy as a Tim Burton of comedy. I don't know. I think I keep thinking of how fun. It would be for say like a Laura Ramirez too. I fantasize with a Beetlejuice remake. Starring Laura means do a good job. Our guest is Julia Torres. Comedian will you've written for Saturday Night Live, and you have your own show. That's coming down the pipeline, which is less Fouque's. Yeah. Yeah. That's true. It's a spooky show is. Gently spooky show a horror themed comedy. Yes. The ads at a horror comedy but much like timber, and it's a comedy using in that world the world horror and spook. I'm definitely not as interested in Christmases. Tim Burton is. No Burton obsessed with Chris he likes Christmas a lot. He does like this back to back. These are two Christmas movies in a row. No. But I feel like you, you know, you have this like very sort of meteoric rise. Where like I feel like the second started performing people were like, oh, that's what he's doing. And it was a similar thing to Tim Burton. I'm not saying you directed Batman. But we're you you have a very specific like universe that you build around your comedy. I think. Well, which is what I like about. Directors like Tim Burton where it's like beetle, juice and Scissorhands are just I mean. Yes, there the rooted in in you know, Frankenstein these other stories, but they're. I like the the idea of of audience as being like what what is that? And then that becoming a Halloween costume for the rest of shirt. Sure that is just my biggest dream is to create something where. Liberal arts students are over dress up as that and people are like what is that? And they sort of explained they're like, oh, yeah. I think I saw that people sell unlicensed fan, art shirts. Zaza l-. Yes. Right. Yes. Oh my God. Do you find? So now that you've like you've created TV show, which does not exist, which doesn't exist. Yes. Yeah. Do you find yourself trying to put stuff in pointedly in the hopes that like, oh, this will be something that someone could easily make into a Halloween costume? I think that there are a couple of opportunities. Okay. Yeah. A couple of opportunities there. No spoilers. Yeah. So this movie Edwardson. I was very surprised digging into this. I've been very surprised about the time line the velvet of his movies because it was different than I thought. It was okay. He on with this was later. Yes. So Beal second well, and he comes up with this pitch while he's developing Beetlejuice, all he's done is peewee. Beal was a scripted Warner Brothers has and while he's working on Beetlejuice. He's like, I got this other idea. This was apparently in the most like timber origin story ever. He had just made this drawing when he was sixteen years old and he held onto the strong. Everyone was like that's a movie a slender boy Scissorhands all black with scissor like this the the hands of sort of. Yes holding. Them like this. He's yeah. Yeah. The the the blades are always down because. Yes, gentle and he's aware trade of hours. Right. He's right. But he looks like a begging dog ticket by how much this character. Feels like a dog watching this movie. Oh, sure. Very timid little like toys is dog. Yeah..

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"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"edward scissorhands" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Jonah what? This child with Jan you could have gone up there. You could still go. No sweetheart. I'm old woman. Now, I would rather remember me the way I was how do you know, he's still alive? Niger don't know. Not for sure. But I believe he is you see before he came down here. It never snowed and afterwards it did. And if he word up there now, I don't think it would be snowing. Sometimes you can still catch me podcasting in it. She did start a podcast Edward went up to win. We know that right. That's in the movie, right? This is hurricane. They don't draw that line directly. But it's implied. Right. Says was a non guilty. That's her final line that they cut out because they went like audiences. They're not really years ahead of getting this. Hello, everybody. My name's Griffin Newman, David SIMS. Blink check with Griffin David podcast filmography directors who have massive success early on their career given series of blank checks to make whatever crazy passion projects they want sometimes those chicks clear and sometimes they bounce baby. And this is maybe I'm realizing wall, we're covering this other than about Tim Burton. We're talking about the film's timber and the title pod were scissor cast in a four title the title episode. I don't think we've ever covered demography where it goes this long without a bounce. We'll see Cameron maybe James Cameron this business about. But. Yeah. Yeah. In terms of cost expectations. He has he has five without a bounce though. Because Edward is technically about that's what I'm saying. But five without about movies in a row to start your careers. Pretty impressed by five great successes, especially because they get one could argue. Aggressively weirder and weirder even Batman is a very commercial thing to make a movie about right there. Weird movies. Yeah. And then Batman returns being the weirdest. You think we're in this? I think so. Yeah, I think so I think maybe I think this movie can form to the expectations set up by itself. Yeah. No. I I'm with you with fairytale rowers returns is just like what also. Hey, Paul are. All right. But are two hours and twenty. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You can say, well, it's this is like a Frankenstein movie. So we're, yeah, we're we're more ready for like a monster to be in a Frankenstein movie. Yeah. Yeah. I saw I reward. But on the special features they had like the promotional feature where they went to the mall, and they went to people with a microphone and be like after they'd seen the movie four coca this was like the k they put together to like people are wondering who is Edward Scissorhands. And then you see them at the mall, and they're like Edward Scissorhands to good tight over its hands. No, I never heard of him like it's people doing that. And it's like a SuperCup fifteen of walking JC Penney. But that was their whole take is just like you've never met a guy like Scissorhands before. But they've they straight out say, it's Tim Burton's modern take on Frankenstein. Right. They went as far as they could without saying, it's timber remaking Frankenstein. But then the other part of that was the poster for this movie was like him with the butterfly looking like he was about to cry and a tagline is and uncommonly gentlemen. There's well. Okay. Well, there's this. There's this that is the sort of Burton invites you the one that I thought had the butterfly. But I think that was later DVD, right? And then the comedy gentleman one is the one. Dona? What's the tagline on that on the one that's him and profile is there director, Batman and Beetlejuice invites you to me, thank for Beetlejuice. You ready to? I think audience is ready. I think that's a pretty good tagline to just go. Another another kooky hairs, also, right? There was the haircut themed post posters. Edward was here. I have never seen that poster. I believe there's two of them. There's the one with the haircuts in the newsroom with the topiary yet. They really kinda sold this comedy. Sure. And also Christmas movie, which was yeah. But you're right..

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