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"fonda dolly" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Number seven is a horror franchise and I remember six actually is to vote number seven Freddie versus Jason. So I wanted. I stayed away from hard because I thought it'd be the easiest ones but that's a good choice because I have not. I think it's a such a big Hoorah Fan. I think a movie has not aged more poorly that I like when I came on Freddie versus Jason. So that's really good really good choice. Yeah we're pretty much Jason. I'm not a big Hoorah Fan and David Jenny. You guys are way more into the until January than I am but I remember when Freddie versus Jason was announced. I geeked out so much that That was a huge Freddie Krueger Fan. I had never seen any of the Jason Movies I Binge. Watch the franchise quickly found out there away too many Jason Movies. They're awfully goodman. So you have to be I. I'm more of a Freddie Fan. I just loved his his quick wit the jokes the humor more But Freddie versus Jason is on my list and my number six is saw after sought to saw three. And on. So so you. So you through the whole franchise in their those all one. And so I think I think saw one legitimately a good movie and it was smart. Really cool twist sought to was even a little more accepted when it got to three and above. Everyone's like there's no real year Wasserman. I remember watching soft three and it was close to two hours and I was like a wise this movie two hours. There's no reason for his move to be two hours. I'm with you the first one I think the first one is very very good and it has one of the best heart twists ever you absolutely whether by. Unfortunately the rest of the franchise didn't age well but But if it's ever on I will make a point of watching it Yeah I still. I still toll Fanta Jigsaw and his whole ridiculous spotlight of awesome. Hurrying is time for you guys to wolf me so I have a few honorable. Mentions one of them is from last year that I think if we ever do this list again we're probably be my list. And that's the fanatic. I really thought I was going to be like a top five. I think it's it's still too new but movie's magnificent magnificently awfully good. It's fantastic. I also have masters of the universe. The dolph lender start off London movie as an honorable mention. I also have dolf. London's The punisher damn it. I know I know I got I got is when I talked about that movie. And then Superman three and superman four way super at nuclear man. Yes guys destroys superman. That is fantastic. I Gene Gene Hackman's great as as nuclear man in this is like a legit great great great great comic book. Movie scene is when Superman fight. Clark Kent I think that's fucking awesome. No I guess. I'm the only one near Seen Overseas. The are you. Oh you've never seen three and four Awry Guy Reecey okay. Alrighty here's my number. Ten is last action hero. Anyone that doesn't know last action hero. That is a movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger where he is an action star named. Jack Slater I believe. And then there's a boy who goes to the movies to see and they gave him a magical ticket not a golden ticket a magical ticket and he goes into the movie and he basically becomes a part of the action movie it. It's cheesy campy. It's Super Super Fun. I have a guerilla guitar with it but I will say the scene that I love the most is that in that alternative universe within the movie so vesper. Stallone is the lead in awe of Arnold Schwarzenegger movies. So when they go to they go to the video store and they go to blockbuster and they have a terminator to stand up like those old standoff that they used to have in video stores and Sylvester. Stallone is playing Arnold role in the Terminator Yeah it's it's it's a good scene. I really enjoy that. My number nine is what I consider. It's not my favorite but what I considered the greatest worst movie ever made the room room. Yeah have you seen that movie? I I think you guys should see that movie especially euless as you went through the fanatic. I think you would appreciate me more as a friend if you room. Though I've watched I watched the I've watched the Omega honest trailers of the room or I think I lived enough through that I don't want to put myself little. You haven't because it'll make you WANNA play football with your friends. You just WANNA throw. You'RE GONNA WANNA throw that football around just as when this quarantine is over after watching the room. You're going to want to throw the football around with friends and you're gonNA WANNA anytime I see this movie. The best scenes for me are when throw the football around which is hilarious when Tommaso has sex in the movie. Why do I say that? Because it played by the way was made in the two thousands and it's play with early nineties like our mb and he's literally like having sex with a belly button because he is way up high and she is way down low And then you tear me apart Lisa. Another great part of the movie and when he picks up the flowers towards the end of the movie that is another highlight scene because it happens in about five seconds. And you can tell they're just running through the dialogue. It is so great. How many how? Many time you watch this. The room all like five or six times. The room is great. Room is such awfully garbage that you can watch and enjoy forever My number eight is Independence Day. Ooh So I think independents AIDS. Not a good movie. I think it's way too long to put that out there. But it's such a guilty pleasure for me especially will Smith in that. Movie is so over the top that it's hilarious to watch just like when when he punches the alien he's like welcome to Earth. Who wrote that Shit? Come out who garbage like that but outside of that movie comes e Greatest Presidential Speech in movie history and and that is today we celebrate our Independence Day. That speech is phenomenal. And that's my number eight. My number seven is little giants and I did go with kids movie. I know I know that was a criteria you sell for me though. Yeah so when we're little giants I did little giants such a fun entertaining watch and because of low giant we have our MVP award for a real a back is named after beck use so a little giants is great. My favorite scene in that movie is when the NFL players come to Wherever there where the little giants training and the John Madden and the smart kid start going over the annexation of Puerto Rico hilarious stuff my number six and here comes the big wolf from you guys. I expect Super Mario Brothers camp. Super Mario Brothers is not the movie deserved. But it's similar. We got more than once. I've seen them will be plenty of time. I wore out the VHS. On Super Mario Bozo and I was a kid. You what the WHO are you. Listen it's nothing like the video game and Luigia Puerto Rican in this movie not Italian but it's still very entertaining for how bad it is. I just watch it and look at all the bad stuff I mean I. It's it's the definition of a classic If I do have to say a scene that I like in that movie. It's right after they marry. Luigi put on the right and blue or red and green sue for the first time in the elevator dancing with Goumas to move the morale so they could escape the elevator. I like that scene. So that is my tenth through six Jenny Takeaway so my number five is Klu Klu good credit on that honestly not everyone will think that this is a great movie but like it over the years. It's gotten a cult following. It's is really really good. I don't think it needs to be remade. Because I know that I think last rumor was right. Ryan Reynolds wanted to remake it. You have such a great cats. You have tim curry manner and still Michael mckean My God who also I lean. Brennan like it's just so good Martin mole such a great cast playing every character from the board game My favorite scene is when Madeleine. Stowe is talking about her husband and then she's just like the flames the flames. It was so hot. Really good number. Four is the rocky horror picture. Show you think it's a classic following pleasure I think so because by definition the rocky horror picture show not. Everyone is going to think that. That's a good movie if you think about it. It's not everyone's cup of tea. It definitely has a cult following and definitely the people that watch it or that have developed this love for it and everything and I mean just think about like. They used to play at midnight. They still do in theaters. Obviously developed as like tradition and and people fall in love with it. But like you bring someone who I don't know we've brought people to watch it with US and they haven't felt the same way with it and I watched this as a kid. I had just had never seen it in person until you took me. But it's not everyone so that that I definitely think is yeah guilty pleasure. Because it's I wouldn't even say it's one of my favorite movies but I loved this movie because I think seventy five percent of the movies really good. It's the little ladder ending like. It's funny because Jenny and I do the rocky horror picture show when we go to monster mania con and over the last maybe year maybe year and a half. We've gotten used to watching half of the movie like up to a point and there were like all right. This is about to slow that Nikolay really have only like fifteen twenty minutes and then like leave right before that. Yeah but but it slows. I still highly recommend that you guys check it out with a live audience because that is a sight to see he has a different experience and my number three is nine to five and so by definition again. It's not a I don't think we've defined this as a great movie. Either don't ask it's an Oscar. Nominee is the movie and Oscar nominee. The song the song believe is I know this always but a great movie lily. Tomlin Jane Fonda Dolly Parton. Just it's such a good movie. My favorite scene is every time they're trying to get back. They just start scheming. They're kind of they end up getting fed up with their boss. He's like this male chauvinist pig and like they just decide to go to leave work early and go to like happy hour and then they end up going back to their house in the end up smoking and then they start fantasizing how they would get back at him and so The next morning they really start to think like. How do we get back at him? How do we institute like better work policies and just seeing that all happen Is Great and then number two is mannequin hands. I was like you cannot tell me that that is not A. And for anyone that has seen mannequin or mannequin. Two on the move. Which I guess I. Kinda like. But it's not the same as mannequin. 'cause mannequin. Hold a special place. In my heart not everyone would say mannequin is a great movie. It is gas as one of my favorites..
"fonda dolly" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Huge part of childhood man that's like basically tune in turn on and drop out for six year olds. I saw that she had played Ernestine on that. And I thought Ooh I get to play the electric correct open. You have to just give me a little. which by the way speaking of cutting things in and out? I was heartbroken to listen to this week's episode which is now three weeks ago episode that we recorded when we released it. Wait if this. Does it sound like this week. We're recording so so weeks when people are hearing this that we're doing right now. This is coming out in two weeks. Okay so so if you're listening now it the episode that I'm referring to right now came out three weeks ago two weeks ago which one was. It can't even. Yes our Halloween episode. I know we went a whole fascinating place and you cut the whole thing out. I can't remember what it was now heartbroken yesterday. When I I didn't hear the trailer faces PAG Anini Phil God? How could you cut that out? The director of Candyman Bernard rose directed a film about a Pagani seriously. How did you make time for that? I you played like to forty minutes of my stupid rant about the palm sweat commercial cut that and how put in a minute of the PAGANI. I thought if I took even a second out of that house like my head would get lopped off really letting this go every beat on this commercial. Yeah but it actually works because it was. It's a funny. It's a funny bit but also it's funny for even need to listen to what degree degree of obscurity I will go into and you were like. Is there any other any other tests or are there any other critics. There's this guy. So that have occurred that epic section itself. Well like if we didn't have bomb squad. I think we have to trailers You want it's good to have some things that just never were Christmas like yeah. Oh Yeah Oh yeah good to have a lot of things. When you you think of Jane Fonda what are the? What are the roles you think of I think of I think of her workout? Which Ju just because of how my age? Yeah that's the first I would hear of her and just think of her her about that. I did not watch it but I did have sisters. who used it So that I remember Klute Klute is probably the actual clute barbarella are two performances. I have seen and those are so vastly basically anything sort of sexualize. You'RE INTERESTED IN I. I mean in general. That's my that's where I live three live but yeah those are the two those certainly the two biggest Ryan I was GONNA say. There are so very different with nine to five and on Golden Pond. `and clues probably the probably the three most famous roles for her China's syndromes pretty good. That was a role written for a man. They know that. Not just for a man but for Richard Dreyfuss really yea down. The role was rewritten. Is there a movie we've done with Dreyfuss didn't drop out. I think he was never considered from Roy. Scheider choppered in its. I'd like to do what we're really actor. You know what actually movie. I really like speaking of childhood and I saw this with my mom electric horseman. I've yeah which is a Sydney Pollack. Movie with Redford and Jane Fonda read plays Rodeo Star past his prime who steals company source and rise into the desert with a feisty reporter accompanying him. I haven't seen in a long time. It's just so of this moment in life and I always thought I liked that Redford. Was this kind of like broken down wreck and then only comes alive through the act of stealing the horse and running away with it and she has a nice little arc as a reporter. WHO's only Kinda out for the story to begin with right but then of course falls in love and right? It's good. Yeah I mean it was good in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. I don't haven't watched it since by Jane. Fonda Dolly is just such an incredible presence. She's looking the more than her. Acting I suppose is her activism and getting. She's had twice a week. You're doing a hell of a lot more than I am for the call and that's for sure but she's also so fun and finding I think watching her talk now is so much more revelatory than hearing from back in the day. He's a really fascinating subject. Now there's been a couple of like later in life interviews that she's done that are longer form that are really worth checking out because she had a crazy life and the whole Ted Turner thing and like you said she is of Hollywood royalty that could easily turned into any number of things but the fact that she took that privilege and made the most of the privilege and physical beauty you know she had been a model. She's like stunning to look at but she did not sort of rest on that or make her life through about that. She made herself so much more. You know without impugning anybody's politics. She became very unpopular with the large segment and Armenians remained so stance against the Vietnam War. And I'm more specifically going and posing with the Viet Cong in Vietnam. In fact there was an antica which I just think this seems like so very her. A Vietnam veteran saw her at a book signing and Spit Tobacco on her. The Guy got arrested for assault. She didn't fuck in blink. She's it's like wiped it off. CAPPUCCINO stand up. She was stronger than again. I don't WanNA saving better at the guy you know. He obviously feels passionate but she kept with what she was doing. There's there's no like no invectives. No she just kept doing what she was doing. And I think that is such an admirable quality and on the other side of this I read an she also revealed on her website right that she bathed in the ashes of her Golden Retriever Roxy when she missed the contents of an urn for bath salts not realizing which were until she saw a bone in the water. That's that's what I'm talking about Lake Late Life James. That's so great you know. I don't know that I would have the wherewithal to reveal that if I did it. But it's actually like who the fut- it's fascinating to think of. All the things that people kept offering her that you turned down. Every decision has a lot that goes into it but she. She turned out a lot of roles that went to Faye dunaway including Bonnie Bonnie and Clyde Chinatown on of course for all EU toddlers out there. She's the voice of Shariq. Olena of your new. I knew her from somewhere. Let me a free Chris. Because I have an eight year old daughter. and Time.
"fonda dolly" Discussed on We're Talkin' Movies
"Our season. One finale twenty four the die hard series on this episode. Johnny and Eddie discuss all five movies in the die hard series. Johnny Hsieh's a comment went from one of our subscribers. Eddie mentioned season two and our year end special. You will not WanNa Miss. We invite you to grab some popcorn and your favorite beverage taking C.. And put up. You're feet because we're talking loses. Welcome back I'm Johnny Popcorn and I'm Eddie League and were talking movies before I send it back over to Johnny. I just just WANNA mention something. This is our season finale of season. One and it's been great and awesome a heaven mentioning that season two is going to start fairly quickly within the next couple of weeks and I need to make a correction on that. We're actually going to wait and start season. Two at the beginning of two thousand twenty in January. It's a good thing because there are some different aspects of the show that will be madison changing but enhancing. A lot of it will be things that can be seen seen in show notes and maybe even the Merch word stuff like that There's GonNa be a website improvement. It just gives me some time to be able to get that done fine but also gives us a little bit of break over the holidays. You know. Keep a lookout. Your your pod platform will give you an update as soon as that new episodes posted. We'll be on social media all that good stuff until then we will have at least one special show this year before we get to season two and and I don't know we can talk about it a little more at the end of the show but that's something that you'll wanna keep look my main thing right now at this point of the show is just to mention real quick. Thank you for listening season one. This is our last episode of the season season. Two will start after the first of the year. That's it go ahead. Sounds good. Good well you know at the end of the show. You always encouraging people to send his comments about various things suggestions and so on and this week we got one that. I'm going to comment on. I think we need need dimension. This we received from a listener named gale and was about our podcast on business movies during our podcast. On that subject I commented commented that such films like Wall Street and the more recent big short the big short had become more prominent and movie goers. Were more interested because more people were we're involved in investments along with the growth of the 401K's and so on and it due to the DOT com bust and the early nineties and the more recent collapse of the housing market. More and more people were affected by business and politics in recent times so inevitably people were paying attention. Well Gail brought up a point that I certainly should've should've mentioned although we discussed how women have become a strong movie characters in episode nine we did not specifically deal with women in business. Although more recently we talked about one woman in business the movie joy when we did the business segment but gail suggested that as more and more women entered the work world and with more women taking major managerial roles including CEO the public's interest in these movies expanded and with this influx buxom more women in key roles and the various obstructions they worked overcome dismissal of their capabilities by male counterparts sexual harassment lesser pay for the the same work shield childcare issues certainly provide greater storylines for films to reflect so looking back. I took a quick look it just through my search my memory bank. Shall we say the issues of domineering boss for example and how to overcome his action with the subject. We're the subject of one thousand nine hundred fill title nine to five with Jane Fonda Dolly. Parton Lily Tomlin. Sally Field of course was a worker. Who portrayed she norma? Rae who worked to lead unionization effort it in a southern textile company that performance earned her a best actress Oscar. So there we have work situations in the nineties Barry. Levinson's film disclosure based based on Michael CRICHTON's book of the same title show to the woman could also abused the power of her position. And the film illustrates the consequences of a woman executive -secutive that's Demi Moore using your position to harass dominate. One of her subordinates. Played by Michael Douglas. And then I thought of another one Diane Keaton and Baby Boom Nineteen eighty-seven showed another problem faced by women in the work world. How to work and care for a child as a single mother and she? She faced the dilemma. When she became the garden of baby on the death of a relative she lost her corporate job or boyfriend? She leaves New York City for Vermont. There she established as a small mall business grapples of the various life events and the question of whether she will return to the corporate world. Well that's just a few so I wanNA thank on our behalf David Gale for taking time to listen and more importantly taking time to comment we love to hear from our listeners. So thank you gail now. I guess I ask Eddie. Where are we going today? Well Johnny my thought was that we would go to a series of movies. The first movie happens to be one of my favorite Christmas movies. So we're talking the die hard series. That's one of my favorite Christmas movies. People talking about You shoot your eye out. What does that Christmas story? Nothing diehard nine thousand nine hundred eighty eight. That's that's Christmas movie. Yeah that's and of course Another kind of a favorite of ours. I guess you could save Bruce Willis as a potential because this is a big movie switch from him he was a TV star. Course he would have been on. That was a show called moonlighting with cybill shepherd and he always had kind of you always kind of don't want to say snarky always snide commentary and he was always Kinda tongue-in-cheek and so on so his personality played played very well into the lead character. Here John Maclean. The New York City detective. who had broken up with his wife? She'd you'd move to a major corporation in take a job in the La area and he's in New York and he goes visitor cred near the Christmas Holiday a day. Get together. Try to repair. Maybe the marriage of possible and of course he stops in at the time. They're having their office party. She's working for a Japanese Japanese company Nakagomi Corporation and they've just built this new high-rise called Nakasone Plaza in fact it's not even completed yet and that's where that he meets her boss played by James Shigeta and he's going to hook up with her. He's actually trying to clean up from his journey journey while the party is going on and of course that's when a group of terrace take over the building and hold the entire our group of people hostage which leaves him with the situation of how in the Heck I save my wife and maybe get out of this mess alive. Basically in the story revolves around that. Yeah I I loved this movie Just the just the action and the like like you're saying just the what do I do I do. And you have an unfinished business building. So you got floors that are virtually no windows even there Just everything that that takes place right down to the villain of the movie. I think that it's great. Yeah well the villain of the movie in this is a guy I i. After this film I became very attached attached to him and I watched about everything. He did. The English actor our in Richmond. Who is terrific? As the supposedly German anarchist Hans Gruber with his group of mostly German and anyway it's an international group of thugs that he brings in and it it turns out that what they're trying to do. Why are they doing this? Well it's really to take over six six hundred and forty million dollars worth of bearer bonds at actually are held in a volt in the building itself. And that's really why they're are there. McLean doesn't understand that yet. No thing the real issue is he was cleaning up so he doesn't have his shoes barefoot. He's only got his undershirt and his trousers on. so He's running around. You know not very well dressed. And of course he's he does have a a revolver with him. He initially initially had his firearm for the police department. As I recall I believe he did. I don't remember offhand that talk to you have a gun. I think he did for a scene. Yeah he lost in any has to find out. How can I get the weaponry somewhere along the line from these guys and of course there's a whole series of events is trying to one by one whittled down the force of terrorists until he can eventually figure out a way to and the whole thing? It's pretty well done and of course it was. It was really surprising even when I went to see it. I didn't really know what I was getting into now. They there's a side character here who is very important for him that he communicates with. And that is the police officer on on the outside who he becomes kind of just by bonding through the experience of talking to them by radio that he's been able to get the part played by Reginald L..
"fonda dolly" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Extra subject to change. All right. So before the break, I told you there's a new survey just came out found eighty percent of Americans actually liked their jobs so the fictional characters. And what they do for work is what today's quizzes about you have to guess of these are the real jobs or not yet for this. Sure. Can do it. All right. Number one is Jim Carrey's character Lloyd in dumb and dumber works as a dog. Groomer true of all fat is true. Jeff Daniels characters a dog groomer. Loyd is a limo driver, but their dream. I'll give you extra points. If you can tell me what the dream is. I have no idea. What opened a worm store together? Number to Fred Flintstone works as a crane operator at a gravel company. Yes. Worked for the slate. And gravel company has crane was Brontosaurus picked up boulders with its mouth number three in the movie nine to five. Dolly Parton plays a hairdresser. No. Jane Fonda Dolly both plays secretaries in that. Lily Tomlin is the office manager still back Dahlia's as one plays a hairdresser. Number four. Sheldon on the big bang theory is a the apathy. Or a theoretical. Yeah. That's a theoretical physicist. No. He is a theoretical physicist at Caltech finally Chandler Bing on friends worked as a transporter. No. Rachel guesses in the episode where they're all get quizzed about each other. But it's not a real job. His actual career was in statistical analysis and data reconfiguration any quick to go to work with an ad agency. So there you go actually did pretty good. Sure. Not really. Take take the compliment. Thank you. Here's an extra twenty bucks. Might we finally have a conclusion to the Robert mother investigation. According to Senator Chuck Grassley. He believes at ballers report is just weeks away from finished being finished. It was twenty one months ago that was Russia probe begun the acting attorney general Matt Whitaker said nine days ago. The mother probe was in his final stages. A spokesperson for the office of special counsel declined to comment yesterday. But Muller's offices famously tight lipped about us operations and timetables, now Grassley also talked about the report being a public document with the exception of portions that impact national security, of course, in the privacy of individuals. And then he went on to say, I look at it from this standpoint. I don't care. Whether the report says we paid twenty five billion, maybe thirty five million to do it. And the public ought to know what their twenty five or thirty five billion. Brought I couldn't agree more. This report needs to be released to the public. And of course, you know, the certain things are going to be redacted as long as it's not one of these typical government redacted government documents where you can only read like one word on a page because that would be about a disgrace. If we saw something like that. But it's gonna be interesting to see what the final results are NSA said numerous times my guts, telling me it's gonna turn out to be a big nothing nothing. There's going to be anything that justifies any kind of prosecution other than what's been done already. And the thing is it gets me more than anything is. It's either twenty five or thirty five or fifty million dollars is what it cost to put this investigation together for twenty one months. And in fact, it turns out to be nothing that is a damn shame. And it's like somebody should have to pay this back. I mean, just again, it doesn't even make sense how we throw money around, you know, John Stewart called earlier this morning. We're talking about money in the deficit and all this stuff the deficit is going down. But because the the taxes are compounded on top of that it seems like it's going up, but it's actually gone down. Same thing. Here we continuously day to day waste money on all these investigations and all these hearings and all this crap. I mean, we worked at a radio station, we have seven radio stations. Here we could sit in the conference room with five people and make decisions that are sometimes life changing for people involved at you know, what we're doing the radio station. I realized that congress is not like the radio station. But in a way, it is because the business is a business in congress, technically as a business, and you get a community together. It's no different than going to a a city meeting in Rivi are beach or Delray Beach or wherever where you have the panel that sitting there, and you have the small group of people on the front, and they asked two questions, and you give them the answers. Why should take twenty one months? Can you imagine? If these things would take twenty one months, yes, we're finally getting new voting machines and Palm Beach county. But look how long that took. Some of these things just kind of shake your head and say what the hell is going on. It just doesn't make any sense.
"fonda dolly" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Some big Hollywood movies mix still Rockin at seventy five years old happy birthday That's your look back at this week, in history Now talking with you on w. o. r. Ernie. Anastas while, the US is a great big? Country my question. How many states. Have you visited probably she's team? That's pretty good how come you. Travel so much my parents were gonna weekend? Trips where's, your favorite state outside of New York we're we're? We're all still have you gone it, you like I would love to go to Hawaii, but, I, think my favorite would probably be California Florida. Washington d. c. Washington. D. c. you gotta go that's a great place Yeah you gotta waste to go. Out quite traveling Florida Yeah You got plan a few. Trips I've been to thirty. Two Thirty two five more plan How come you see I want to get off fifty By the time you're fantastic Travels by talking with you on. Seven ten I'm Ernie Anastas up you're enjoying this rewind. Today's Len Berman Michael real in the morning we'll be back with a new, show Monday from six 'til ten on seven ten w o r Happy Friday everybody at seven fifty four. Many thanks to Natalie who we you know she's a crackerjack producer, she is, a great producer, but I, have? To confess I did, make her go, get coffee for, just. A minute ago and. Bartlett surprise me because. I barley era guys guy drink thought you. Know you'd have coffee maybe black right you ordered green tea green ice tea, three nice team Sweden Madly, comes back and, she looks, your? Green tea doesn't look, green it looks, like a urine, sample I'll tell you about that If that somebody's urine, sample down there and Starbucks they must have. Had a lot to drink That is one sample boy, it's gonna take weeks to access over there Say anything off the air It's all, fodder thank you very much Natalie. For getting beat the coffee you're welcome. To. Keep your charged up Michael, I will not be reimbursing you know. It is, on me today so yesterday Natalie. And I had some fun we went to Bryant park where light, FM. One a six point seven they do, on Thursdays from twelve thirty two to, thirty Broadway in Bryant park and we hung out with the cast of the band's visit a show, that I know you saw Yeah, I saw you guys on Facebook actually oh you did how did it look you both look good Well actually I see a picture Natalie Christine. I always hanging out in, the Christine Christie Nagy who is morning. Host. Light FM one a six point seven she was hosting the, event, yesterday and we we, interviewed Arielle sat won, the Tony award for, the band's visit I'm telling you listen to me folks I. Saw Ariel in an early preview of the band's visit yet you've never heard of. Before but, Mark my words he is going to be a big star is incredibly charismatic, there. Is, something about him that draws. You in on the stage and. In person I mean there's just something, about. The way he looks? At the, audience that just goes whoa. Yeah and he's got to watch he's. Got a, million, dollar smile he does remember him in. The show Joe what was the character he's the he's the very. Tall. Guy he's the guy who got everybody lost, oh yes Yeah okay Ended up with. The. Woman, yeah well that's what I was, gonna say, big enough Katrina Lincoln that show because she is. Pretty, sexy. Oh absolutely sultry just the way she kind of. Unfolds. Those The phone for the whole show yes yeah, that's pretty interesting I think he. I think we talked to him, yesterday to he was there, some anyway we're going to put those interviews up on I, hope on our website at some point Natalie seventeen w or you're video. So they'll get to see you it'll it'll. Be all Airstan but. It was a. Fun time and, it's a great event a great New York event free for. Free when you get to see and I'm not seeing. That seeing thirty seconds they sing several songs. Now they do, it's it's an it's. A concert they do come from away cast, was there that's another terrific Broadway. Show going into its third year. Now as. Somebody from. Kinky boots was there so you know it's a good stuff I'll, tell you what's not a good show at least according to the critics now Gwyneth Paltrow. You're gonna ruin another show I'm. Gonna. I'm, gonna goop this one Paltrow is, the producer, of a bra a brand new Broadway musical called. Head, over. Heels that uses the music of the go Go's Okay yeah Yeah. Yeah. Yeah I like the go-goes when I had big hair and I was living. In, Staten, Island Government. Safe, because I can't imagine spending my hard, earned money, to go see the go Go's now. According to my colleague, in the post Johnny Olesky our theater critic is headline is painful he'll eighties pop music and sixteenth. Century palace drama mix about as well. As you'd expect in a new, go-goes Broadway musical this is kind of a weird one you, look at the pictures there they're. Dressed as if they were in Shakespeare. In the park. But the music is the. Go-goes it just doesn't seem, to come? Together other critics complained it was confusing and. Uneven now I was. Gonna say. But why because we've had Tina Turner apparently is working we've had abo- work we've had Mamma mia Working are you? Kidding me. I, thought, oh no you're not. A, mama. Mia man, I I I, saw, mama Mia in the theater and I went to sleep the, second anyway as I predicted my brilliantly written column smart in, New, York Post of. This Gogos musical head over heels. This could close within a week? Because they are selling? No take. How, devastating, is that he put. Up, all. That money, in it runs, a week runs a week you know I mean it's really fast, that's how brutal Broadway can be how often does that happen Well. Most shows, lose money, but they don't. Go down as quickly as this. Musical could usually they slow They're not selling they don't even have a million dollars in the till right, and it's? Going. To cost, them, several hundred thousand dollars, a week just to pay the bills little bit you know. No sorry now Ask. You, so you're seeing, most shows really don't make, much shows do not just the big, hits basically finance. The rest of the shows that are hanging on because. People? Like them but they're not really making money yes but you're listening you can have ten flops but if, you have? One. Phantom. Boy Okay And, also, hey nine to, five Dolly Parton says that she wants to join forces with lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda and do a reboot of nine to. Five I hope this doesn't last I love this song Think about it nine, to five, which is you know we're. Going back years. Now thirty seven years we're. Hitting the metoo error. We are hitting pay That. Are still here today Soon they can't, make, well here's the problem Natalie it's, going to be Jane Fonda Dolly and lily now come on no. One's going to be pinching those When we come back more on Michael Cohen's betrayal of President Donald, Trump that's coming up while you're.
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"You said anything i earlier i did it's texan well that is okay these are covered accent a southern ever an ice joked and said that no one from the deep south as a reporter europe we've got here is fair year uk thank you goolam luke all right this is your last question here nathan in good luck my friend were that twenty five dollars and sinek corn dogs they're making a remake of this fehmi famous jane fonda dolly parton and lily tomlin movie what is the movie oh my gosh head are you serious serious um oh she usually it's usually the contestants that ruin this entire segment and we we had to gather the day the kerley agreed the cohost as a worldclass smarter kaitlan aside hey nathan did you've wreck the whole thing i have for you and your brother nathan all you do is put there's something louis tom wearing dolok lily tomlin dolly parton and who they say lilley college avon or i'll bet but in fact vessel or austin texas this probably because nathan wasn't born would let here was there now yeah howdy nathan even it on my asking thirty nine k your our man nathan well ed screw that i find out now this was a 95 it was nine to five i think i was born when that came out by the taliban hope you as a chef presario more faye dunaway question i would lily tomlin talk that'll be outstanding appreciate that you wanna go back to talk about a nathan but helen ready emmett nathan you're right up there nathan you were you were born in eighty your seventy nine seventy eight seventy were two years old excuse me clarence okay but there make it a relic of the great maybe next time you can put your grandmother in a landline and that can talk to her right a lifeline yes you're one of the two and they send you don't get a price the day resolve boyfriend luna don't ever call us back again now you get the 25 daughter gift card my friend here thanks so much navient is daddy part of the things on let's jacket it by way to make you've got to the them that.
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"Mick you know kinda messed with each other before the intro it's really good stuff check it out let's talk to at of of course here let's go to bill and going gardner you the jersey one award 05 who do you a bill he richard there you go there's is another one you know are not piggybacking on what you're talking about your keith richard euro and the guitar player and he taught a generation of key guys how to play the guitar and who taught him on queued richard but perry absolutely over your know and all those old guy who's gardening johnston all this card you know i hear whining about to dirty rock band you know we got keith workers finding the beijing clocked one hundred car is that a credible your great i was great until yoga ltte at the stage brought before she hid excellent stuff king guy dead yet you know well you see it as the day anybody's gonna live forever it's probably going to be keith richards i quote richard you know that ego not a bad keith and the cockroaches the down upon next month would a goal the new jersey one on point five let's go to jim in burlington on the jersey one award 05 agm very good how are you of course local delivery any uh hold you want to one point five wdbo naturally especially that guy as a specially that night guy barbara you there are some are which could very young and beautiful we know what she's like eighty in she's young and beautiful really anyway i just saw a picture of the other day sophia loren is eighty three years old when you look at the end of the show the face and believable unbelievable still got like liu fullface and with barbara even when you look at like the old barbara shots oh my god yeah absolutely and you know she basically she she got degeneration generation through puberty honestly bolted a bid racquel welsh jane fonda did you see when the reedom kmeil jane fonda dolly parton and louis tom one there are they all gotta be portion like 75 eighty years old.
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"They pardon is one of those rgf think about first first golly they she was excited we in the hollywood bigs on him the awards weekend people watch the every guys they regime hands place let's talk a little bit of it it was little boring we ask aslo lau stephen colbert i is that the mix uh his face james late night cordell not cardin court i like named sorry is also really anyway back back to a dolly as she is seventy one years old yeah what i'm a little tired of the rookie being their focus on age this liz if at some point in time you're supposed to stop our our lynn amazing now won't take guy tell us how she and jane fonda emily tom one came out at the emmys and and jane i lily tomlin kind of any chill it's line but jane fonda dolly parton a look amazing i don't care how old they are they all book fan a tactic they both had found maybe they use the same person but they both found the they will pay the salvation is through good work and i was actually it kind of funny because jane fonda got really political and tally part got noah how funny it was sort of awkward but not at this i said i say it on the earthy obviously damn sick of these things going in that direction you lose half the audience in his you also lose the entertainment value because there's nothing entertaining about them in their chorus of scharping so and dolly smart enough to be the only one who smart although find a deserves the attention that she gets everyone expects that from jane fonda this is fifty years in the making yeah not all about fancy parties for dolly over the weekend she spent some time in the kitchen she said listen to this i made some sausage biscuit survivor trip home.