17 Burst results for "Frank Booth"

"frank booth" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"frank booth" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I know at the trash and they're just trying to be offensive for the sake of being offensive anna but assignment knowing knowing it's interesting because john waters. Yeah that's what. I can't wait for is to talk about shiva baby and again in a couple of weeks yeah. Let's do that. John waters knowing who he is now and then seeing the movie. In retrospect monkey a different appreciation for. I don't know people who thought they had no idea. Who's this john waters character was movie in a vacuum. Or you wanna gamble on free guy for next week. A poor chart for two weeks around the port chicken. Is i think you for your hard work. I should've give heads out. But you're once again on top of things so abbas gamble on was obviously the suicide esau. I would've guessed. I would guess probably ninety nine to ninety one. Vivo comes out to. I should let you know on netflix. Comes out this week of friday as this one's released actually Which is a musical kid. Family friendly comedy animation with manual stamp on it with music. Oh glenn lin-manuel than noel miranda. Yes manuel manuel manuel. Manuel linneman wilmer and things What do you think of free guy in summer. Yeah you do okay as do i. Okay yeah hold on is right. Let me ask you a question. How excited are you about this. Movie is number it was on. It's the first ever movie onto some reviews for me. Now you pray at the altar has been hard for you not to check in to see what the scores or at least i never check i. I'm pure to our game buddy. I never check him. I mean i was told the suicide squad score no actually on the corolla show. He's like was around tomatoes on suicide squad. Make he's like look it up. I'm like i couldn't really get into it and my want to. But i'd looked it up ninety six. Okay i got a number right on three yup one to eighty five eighty eight and i bet there's no score you. How'd you do higher than me. Like a very very self-referential movie. Wow eighty eight it. There's no score. I i can tell free guy is. It's one of these movies. That i see it on the horizon. I know ever it. I know is not made for me directed by shawn levy. Does it leave your levy real steal. Don't tell me love real steel. All right let's get. No reviews is very early very early. Face ludwig van bacon. We appreciate your contribution to the year Oh is this this on god or whatever the add swirl swirling issue or what do you have been bacon mask on your on. Your putty wasn't gonna ask Yes i. I'm not looking at it right now brian. So you always do this It's not like the days when logan throws your frozen. Yeah i'm the. I'm the white walker. Yeah it's i think it's on my on my now because baby bald personnels hair hold on. Hold on let me let me open it. Up a mass. Oh no as frank booth. Oh i got frank booth of a blue velvet on my on. My hoodie and brian is wearing a. He's all summer it out and he's wearing a shirt and he's gone optimus prime all over it in flower for. That's good lou. Van bacon very very talented artists. He makes a living Who through his art you'll say and You can you can find more work. I will link of think of it not too drunk by the time i post us. I will link to His webpage cheers uber. Hey joy your trip offer a we we. We prerecorded an episode. Oh good line is top. Five ra comedic grants. This is very size. You might think. Oh the prerecorded it's solid we've clipped so we have rants areas. We laughed throughout. Yeah it was. It was a good episode. Thank you very much bryan. Macaulay for giving us a sawyer allowing us to dive deep into all the various laughs in movies We could do that list again to we get update. Sure yeah a good one brian. Thanks for the whiskey to some great choices. Four out of five in you. The fourth one was still pretty good But i really like a lot of those and whistle pig. Oh one of my favorites big circus out patriot. Bill on wall check us on facebook or twitter vaults anderson ryan dot com the website where you can find out of the kids there official artist this week. Check them out and full disclosure. I'm not sure advocate was the same advocate from last. Sounds very different than the advocate. That i played last episode interesting different advocate. I don't wow. We have multiple advocate. Let's the film facebook and twitter. I mentioned that anderson and brian is the instagram handle brian. Mcaulay thank you very much for wonderful topic and for a good top. Five and the whiskey and beer for anderson awesome stuff man. Thank you thanks for patriot listeners also thanks gio of course as always thanks for coordinating gambling. Buddy we appreciate it jordan wolf mitch burns and of course my call for all your help. We appreciate you guys contributions and it's election and huh..

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"frank booth" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"There's room where like we know. We don't want you on the table. Example france right over there. Oh my god damn house sane with ours. Yeah well. My cat has kidney disease which is very sad. And but now she's peeing on things kind of arbitrarily and with confidence. You'll be in the room and looking at her and she'll just pee just keep looking at you and i. It's surreal where. I can't be what's happening shows and the bathroom last night and then i just heard the sound of water splashing down the wall and i looked down chooses heating and walney. I felt i felt so embarrassed. I close the door. And i was like okay. I'll clean it up. You're fine everything's fine. I won't tell anyone it's so weird you know when you said that like. She's and she stereo in my mind. She's like frank booth from blue velvet. I don't know why that is. What seen that when you i would say. It's a must see the list of things i'm getting to. I can't do a season of newcomers with david lynch. That's the wasn't good idea. Okay wait edit that out so often coming up with ideas for us and they all l. I hear as fast and the furious marvel We're going to do marvel. But i actually be a good one. That'd be bergman french new wave. Can i just say the you guys were like literally the most wholesome couple i can think of. That's nice wholesome. Just fresh young kids make it go with it. I just love that about you. Guys especially funny i because i feel like we're like evil haters nice to hear that names. We probably couples therapy that you name them. Shame them. I don't even. I don't know that. Even have anyone that i really. It's more like i. I feel like one of my main activities is rolling. My eyes feeling everything. Go brother about everything so here that i might whole someone like. Oh that's nice. Because i feel that i have a nice optimistic disposition but that i'm also a negative example of that is just like i think i'm an optimistic ballots. We we discovered this. We started dating back and forth to each other activists. But it was. It's like your sex negative and sex neutral. It's that's like our our. I am more negative in a deep dark black coalition kind of way but then at the end of like but it's cool but example is like that i love award shows and i always want to watch the word goes and they make him like really made me feel so depressed and like hopeless and like i hate that i do acting and then i'm in entertain like it makes me feel gross and like lauren has to watch him and he has to leave. I'll go like. I literally can't even be in this room. It makes me so upset to watch award shows. Is it because you know the truth behind them because probably ever get. And i don't mean that negatively but ninety nine all of the things. Yeah yeah it's bad. It's bullshit it's also kind of feel like you have to play the game in this one way that i find kind of like gross and then like the whole thing just feels like kind of evil to me as well like. There's like this secret committee who votes on this. And you gotta like campaign to win euro euro-warrant those things and watching them as an event with my mom and then i feel like as we have this where we actually have that too. I also had that watching with my mom. And whatever. And i go but then it you you'll say sacred and nice and i'll go like so that's why i hate it. Her something and i love my mom. Just go like. I don't know there's something it's like it warps in a different way for me. Do you know do. I love my mom. That's a real that's how into it. It's even actually with my mom. My mom is so nice and such like a good. Wholesome person that for you to say we're a wholesome i go like but when my mom does something nice or wholesome my knee jerk reaction my god and but it's like it's nice..

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"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Turning around the over his shoulder and seeing justin for it in probably a little truth of that guessing actor robert blake was cast as the mystery because lynch liked his previous work and was always interested in working with him. Although are robert blake didn't understand the script blake was the one responsible for the look in style of the mystery. Bid would never know that he didn't understand it right at lynch told lifts toll of use your imagination for the look so blake decided okay. I'm going to cut my hair. Short parted the middle and apply white kabuki makeup on my face that he put on a black outfit and it showed lynch has look is like i love it. It's it's it's the best earlier. Jacob david lynch loves it isn't green it just kind of trivial like okay you would think would have designed character but no it was robert. Blake came up with the robert. Blake is perfect right right. So they said creepy right up. Robert bake sally. Apparently who do actor robert loggia. Who was apparently interested. Play the role of frank booth. It blue velvet was cast. As mr eddie dikla laura in literature call that apparently upon learning of dennis hopper's casting his booth. Robert loggia win into this big profanity laden him. We're gonna do it live. That can iran. which would apparently. That was the inspiration for mr eddie's road rage scene. that's amazing right. i'm trying. I think the great isn't it a great bit of trivia. That's a great minute trivia. And i'm starting to think about. Oh boy i imagine robert loggia break booth and blue velvet after jettison stopper. I'm trying to. And i think boy you played a totally differently. Though we're like a mobster more like lobster in less like a psychopath like a pure psychopath to have seen though what robert loggia has been thinking thinking with like you know. Roughly talks and makeup in doing a lip synching with the light. I think that would have been really interesting. But i just don't think anybody could do. I could i could see because revolution does have a flair for comedy. So i can kind of see how that. Yeah but i feel like i feel like you see robert loggia and you're already like okay. You're that guy he's he's mobbed up you see dennis hopper and you think oh my god somebody bring the pets inside. She's so so perfectly. But i just i just think that he's i think is definitely the better choice for robert asia. This this back. I agree. I agree with you especially. It's kinda hard to say. Oh he would better than dennis hopper because dennis hopper as freight booth is iconic right. Oh he's absolutely he's absolutely iconic guy said that that's like saying somebody else would have been better at agent cooper drake of just going to make that comparison. Totally asian cooper mclaughlin was burns. Play hoover and.

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"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Horrible horrible character that you can't stop watching it. It's bobby peru thank you yes i would say if of all the characters bobby peru is probably the closest frank booth yes disgusting but to bring. Excuse me frank booths credit. At least he didn't blow his face off with a shotgun that's true. Yeah he's still he's still essentially has a head. Yes technically and i think this movie sailor and lula are like a total white trash bonnie and clyde right but they but they love each other and i think this this is extremely romantic ending. I love the ending of this task. I will give you. That is so sweet. Yeah one thing. That's one of the things. I wanna talk about trivia. Because apparently david lynch didn't like barry gifford's ending in a book so he's like screw that i'm gonna do my own ending and what he came up with. I think it works brilliantly. It's probably one of his. Because for one thing for david lynch it's an actual ending which we rarely get in david lynch films it's an rapport ending. It's a hopeful right. Which is another thing. we don't only. Maybe that's why we don't talk about this movie much because it's at the end. It's hopeful well. I mean. I would say i would say it's tainted but the end. The blue velvet is a little bit hopeful to. This is true. You know dr. Dorothy valance gets her kid bag. Can you know it. i'm not quite sure. What's gonna jeffrey. Does he ever get to go back to college. I don't know but thrifty mallon's gets a kid back dorsal. He's got laura dern character so Sandy they hooked up. Yeah there's there's something there but but this one you know it looks like it's gonna end so you know where he's he's basically saying you know. This kid doesn't know who i am. you know. maybe you should just leaving behind. But then the good witch of the north comes and tells them what to do when he does the right thing and after he gets. The crap kicked out of him by budget gang guys. He's got a well. I mean sometimes it takes getting across to clare gang. Bangers yeah yeah sometimes sometimes so You wanna run down the cast before we get into our discussion harley. Pull it my list all right so so we can we. Can we can do this. Like we talked about that We did last time when we discuss. Dude so we break down into like twin peaks actors lynch david lynch vets and just other actors that ardo only in this david lynch movie. Yeah so i'm gonna. I'm gonna csar goats with the excellent performers. Who aren't our usual david lynch. Yeah so we've got a wonderful nicholas cage right who gets to put his Elvis impersonation skills to this is probably the character he was born to play. I would argue was born to play. I think maybe this and raising arizona. I was gonna say. Hi mcdonagh and stay two best characters. Ever as far as i'm considering the two best characters ever played ever perfect in the he's pretty good in peggy. Sue got married also. It's good and i think after these two moonstruck would be his his most right inning role. But i think this and raising arizona are his absolute best agree. He's he. This is pure nick cage rage here. Yeah oh you're purely purely nick age and jacket that represents his individuality and believe impersonal. So i was waiting to take a drink. Everybody i just love it. Yeah it's going to happen again. This one also has a look study. It's going to happen again in a happen again. We got willem. Defoe who years like. I said bobby peru is just about the only person in the world who is as bad of a person. Frank break loose horrible. Yes you know and will live. Defoe has been in place and everything. Yeah as he's been. Jesus is saying so. Yeah so it. Just from the geek front you know. He was in spider spiderman. He was a green goblin. Inspired him in he was at lockwood man. Worker did the voice of gill and finding nemo using in junk carter. He's in a john wick. Did standpoint alone. He's in minds favourite. Wes anderson movie which is grandparent's. Yeah i agree. That's my favorite too. And like i said he was. He was jesus in me. Controversial imitation of christ windows. Jesus i mean my god One of my all time biggest movie crushes christie. Kristen glover movie not very long. But he's in this movie pleased bell by the way he plays he plays dough and like we were saying before. Charles i think he could be like a johnny horne. Yes he would. He would johnny horne because you know he plays a good sort of character and crispin. Glover i just. I absolutely adore crispin. Reverse seen him live twice When i met him i talked his ear off. I probably sounded like a stalker. Because i knew he had been in columbus before he. He did movie in the eighties of teachers which was filmed at central high school in columbus. Which is now cosi. Okay so i asked him. I said have you been to columbus since since you were here in eighty three and he kind of looked at me like how the hell did you know that and i said i said when your mom is nick nolte. You know where nick nolte is. If he's in your state like this movie was a big deal for us And why was he. Where did you meet him just of curious at a convention no at the at the grand theatre when it was are still being little this year So being run by a wrote a he would do like live shows where he would show what his films and then he would read some of his poetry and answer questions and it was not. It was needed that twice at the grand new theatre in able to both of those houses poetry. There are different. I have i have his three or four books. I have three of them. And i can. I can show you some of that. You liked it enough to get his books interesting. Oh i kristen delivers record. I love chris over. Everything's been glover. Does our list is very non linear. it's very strange A lot of it is sort of written over other books. It's collage type though it's collage type supreme much. What you expect from crispin glover well thinking about crispin glover is that he's you know he's most famous for two things being in back to the future and being letterman almost beating the hell litigated there and he told the story Would him about that. Letterman show is when he was on letter. He was promoting a movie called rueben and end. Which is a fantastic movie. That is like not in print right now. I think you can watch it on youtube. Okay the if it comes. I think shout needs to put it out because it's one of those quirky early nineties movies that the you know..

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"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Ready to talk more david lynch films with my wonderful co host. Wonderful friend and someone. Who's i just talked to yesterday on next up everywhere dance. Sprouse how you doing. I'm doing good charles. yeah we can. We can pretty much talk about anything. But that's one of the things i like about us. That's how we are. you know. Are we have very diverse tastes. you're very eclectic. Yeah exactly are nerdy connections no boundaries and so much so that i ll still learn a ton from you. Because you're interested you know you have. We have similar interests but we each have our own individual interests. So i feel like like i like. I'm learning something new. I feel like. I'm getting something brand new this this interaction that we have each espec- especially when we were just talking about random stuff and something will pop into your head and i'll be like. Oh what's that. Yeah that's the thing you mean. Nerdy national security facts. And you know. We exchanged them in. Years are interesting. I'm glad you find line interesting so always find yours interesting. we do. Don't sometimes they don't feel like. I hold up the interesting end of the bargain but i try my best. I think very interesting. Yeah get you fold all right. Good all right so Everybody here at episode ninety woolen. Get up there. We're going to be talking wild at heart in weirdo. Yeah so this is the nineteen ninety romantic crime film written and directed by david lynch produced by steve golan money. Montgomery yeah that guy. You're the cowboy. And i hope i'm pronouncing this right. Syrian sivertsen who must be must be one of the norwegians. The norwegians are leaving leaning are leaning so based on the nineteen thousand nine novel wild at heart. The story of sailor. Lula by barry gifford so wait a minute. The book came out in eighty nine. The movie came out in one thousand. Nine hundred ninety. That's one of the things i wanna talk about. When we get to trivia talk about that we do me so this is something you know. Zan had mentioned that we should talk about since we talked about last time. Any reason why you wanna talk about this one next we we talk a lot about dune and the greediness of it. How it's not david lynch's usual thing. We talk a lot for the same reason about the elephant man. We talk a lot about blue velvet because we say it's the sort of proto twin peaks but we don't talk that much about wild at heart. Even though and i think we should because this movie that came out the same time to antiques was on and it has a lot of twin peaks bit-players and major players which were down here in a second. It has that david lynch feel of people are. There's always more to people than what they seem. And not all of its good right and there's a lot of that this one. Yeah yeah and it has larger. Who should be in every david lynch movie pretty much and other people who i think are great for david lynch. But we don't see much of them in david lynch names People like willing to fo- right and i am Why isn't crispin glover in mortgage moves. You would think right you i think. David lynch and crispin glover quirkiness that sometimes the quirkiness doesn't always joe with each other like they're both artistes and david lynch's sensibilities don't quite mesh with glover's what you're saying right and i feel like especially after seeing after seeing this movie Crispin glover would have made a fantastic. Johnny horne jesse. Would've i agree with that. That sort of that sort of possibly mentally disabled man child type character. He would have made a great johnny horn and since we already had like three johnny horns i was just thinking. It's like we've had three when not have a for a forest and and yeah hey do another twin peak season season four right. Yes yes with christmas. Glover johnny horde. Johnny horne heck yesterday ego for sure. Yeah let's make. But i feel like this movie. This might be and it's hard you know picking movies as isn't difficult one but this is i love this movie I love. it's problematic. Sailor and lula had an adorable. Love story You know. I love all of these disgusting people all for the same alternative. The same thing. i love all the people at prop up in this movie. I think one of the most tragic scenes on one of those tragic deaths scenes on illness cherilyn says that yes you know. So so wonderfully tragic in front of a sailor and you're just you cry. You can't cry watching marching that and I think that there's just this movie. It's very white trash. But it's very david lynch. I feel like the people in this movie are usual fair. It's like if he made a movie about all the people that know. Frankly yes it would be worth. So like frank boost side of the family essentially booth side of the story is is this one. Yeah i think that's a great summation because because as we know when we talk blue velvet frank booth is one of the most unpleasant characters because of just such a horrible sociopath and psychopath that naturally and seems like all. The people that he knows are just equally horrible. Yeah so it would make perfect sense. That many of these horrible people in this movie will be right there with him. You know that they would have to be related somehow and and considering you know some of these some of these southern sensibility shall we say that. There's a strong possibility that could be related to each other. And i feel like if anybody can give frank booth a run for his money as about being a horrible.

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"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Judas booth. Yes yes they completely take his name off of it and make a little dig at his as well. Yeah pretty much. They consider like okay. We're gonna juice also. Hey frank booth perhaps or Or jug wilkes booth Yeah it's a maybe that's where frankly came from maybe for blue velvet because right that becomes after this right well no because because blue velvet was before this before the nineteen eighty eight television version that they see what you're saying. Yes it was eighty-seven thank you for whatever thinking about the original. Eighteen forum four was before blue velvet. No no the tv after the allens media version using yes. There's so much time he whining charles pretty much. I should be okay with that right. You keep up doing six years of a doctor who podcast you think better with that. You think you'd figure out the time i had a long day. I've been up since seven. Give me a break. So so we talked about dino. Yeah he renegotiated those rights apparently when he negotiated those rights and eighteen. Eighty one with frank. Herbert they got the rights to do dune sequels in the process. That never materialized because after the first movie take well. Hey all the plans for the sequels went by right and david lynch was gone and to this day. David lynch does not talk about this movie. He prefers not to talk about do which is sad But he also. I mean he took a lot of a lot of david lynch players with him. I don't think would've wanted to come back. Yeah yeah he paul breaking treaties. Yeah yeah it's kind of important right and he kind of a big deal. Do lynch was reportedly working with the screen. Play for messiah so he was planning to do next book which which which socks with sucks because they were loved. See that but book. That book is not the best of the I thought it was adapted pretty well by sci-fi considering it's just not my favorite of the board and what do you. What do you call a five part series. Quin client quadrille Quickfire kwok wing jing quinn trilogy because okay or quintaglie because quadrille adji is four so quickly. I'm guessing i don't whatever five parts it's five parts thing or six parts. If you count the that final book chapter house dune we're not gonna be o brien herder in. Don't think that was afraid. Chapter houses by frank houses by freeport book. I believe. I don't think we do count out so although i kind of like i did like the the prequels house. Atrocities house are coated in house. Carino books the. Brian did with kevin gives and i really liked those So yeah but apparently was also at the time he was contracted to do If they did a second and third dune movie he would have done them supposedly. So it's interesting that he would at least tried to do more. I think is. Let's see that matt said that. She was originally signed for three films. Because the producers according to her quote thought they were going to make star wars for grownups. Yester- whisper so that was their mindset. That like okay. The star wars is for the kids so this is like you know adult science fiction. This is the artistic whatever. Yeah right yeah yeah and so instead of star wars getting oscars you like well. We're gonna make this they were gonna get oscars with this so didn't quite work out but i find it really interesting. One of the things that was came up with my research was that kind of forgot about this. That lynch was offered return to the djeddai around this. He was i and but then he likes told lucas. No you do that that. You're saying i'm going to go do dune thing. Yeah honestly i think. I'd rather watch a david lynch dune than i would watch. Watch david lynch. But how interesting would that be. What see. that's the thing jerry great. What if like david lynch david lynch star wars film. How great would that be. That would be very. I think it'd be fascinating honest. I really think that he would be better with something like a road. Wondering entire store expects a much darker. I think so because like we've talked about charles david lynch is not. Just you know weirdness backwards. Talking little people do anything. So if the data wrench obviously can take somebody else's material interview into something yeah tastic But maybe we need a campaign to get david lynch directed episode of the mandalorian. Okay now would be incredible. Rachel trick an episode of the mandalorian. Make that happen lucasville. That would be. Yeah get that done. Come on fabio right. Because they're the all the due date floaty. Philly odi royce dallas howard. I know. I know you're listening to this. You're you know we love what you know what we do. The shadows tyco. So you know you know we're all you got to be part of this right all right. So do you have the other trivia that we didn't cover that i didn't cover have depressing her. Yes she shared. You're depressing to rubio. Yeah this this is dedicated to the memory of federico dealer who is the son of dina dealer intas in silvana. Mangano plays the freemen read. Mother yes is jessica takes over. Yeah yeah and when he just takes yeah They were married for quite a while. Leaving married in the fifties and got divorced and like nineteen eighty seven or something like that on this and not long after this thirty eight. I thought nine thousand nine hundred eighty seven over to sorry said it's been a long day period. It's been a long day. I'll just Yeah he was. He was their son and a couple of years before this movie he was killed in a plane crash. Just horrible. it's terrible yes so. That's who that is. Who federico dealer entrances and that was my other trivia but So bad at mcdonnell and married pretty good. That's pretty good trivia so shave. It didn't work out and sits very terrible about their son but it's horrible. Nobody ever have to go through. That parents should never have to outlive their kids. Nope nope that is not how nature intended. It's supposed to work like that all right so that we've already talked a about the back story on this movie. So let's talk about the movie itself. It's talking about the really. So how about we talk for. Break this up this way. Let me talk about haussa treaties. I also trees so obviously the movie centers around paul. Paul is apparently destined for greater things as it turns out which everybody is feeling We've got the mining guild. Is they know something's up with him. The benefit desert sisterhood knows. Something's up of him so everybody he's he's the one to watch.

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"frank booth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"frank booth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

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"frank booth" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"You are always welcome back and I do want to give you the opportunity to promote your band furious frank booth which I want you to change the name to. We're actually recording right now it's one of the things that you can almost do during a national pandemic. So furious frank dot net is our webpage now. Because of this world wherein who knows the next time we're going to be playing live but we got some music on there that you guys can listen to and they'll be a few EP. Several signed EP is that'll be posting their within the next couple of months. One of them is pretty much wrapped up and our recording on the next one now but. That's a good idea. Of the flight will. I know that we're biased but JOE, we've seen jazz band play a few times and they're always oblast. So we both I think I can speak for Sharon and Spencer say that we recommend them highly absolutely universal lines in the future know to fifty three on some day and everything's safe. Again, we'll. We'll play some songs. Drive under your nearest high power tension line in. Your Electric Lines and you'll be taken right to the rights of the realm of yours frank. Often I can't wait to do another twin peaks episode. This was so much fun. We hope that you all enjoyed it too. Thank you for listening to US please rate and review us on whatever streaming platform that you listen to us on. Like we said it does help us get more exposure. It's free. It only takes a few minutes. So we would really really appreciate that if you are able to please subscribe to our patriotic if you have early access to episodes, see exclusive post received cool shit and the link to our patriarch can be found in our instagram bio. CHECK US out on social media. Mostly. We only use instagram. So. Yeah. You can email us at a horse talk horror at Dot Com. If you have any suggestions for upcoming topics that you would like us to cover, you can also share any go stories, creepy stories, true crime stories. Any other stories that you may have that we can read on our show also, you can write to us and tell us your thoughts unless sound design of twin peaks or in the world of David Lynch. In general, we can read that on our show is well. If you have any topics of upcoming. Twin peaks discussions that we could have, send us those and as always thanks for getting creepy with us. Thanks for. Being. We toss. Sharon, you want a beer. Oh, my God..

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"frank booth" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"It's not like a one to one but that's the source and they it turned it down at a slow to whatever if it seems like it's a live, it's got a little bit of a different. Yeah. Again, not listening to the side by side, but it seems maybe it's a little bit higher. It's A little bit of a higher pitch, but it could definitely be the same thing. I've seen the shows, baps, episodes, and the movie. So many times and there's still stuff that I'm like Holy Shit I never noticed this. But the other thing though to remember is that I was surprised that David Lynch actually said in Mark Frost said that when we watched the season two finale together, thank God that Laura said I'll see you again in twenty five. Years and like there's a whole plotline around the time when the Black Lodge opens. So so part of me is like it could've meeting or it could just be a cool sound that David Lynch found like it's hard to tell these guys are not. I could be wrong but this whole endeavor that's when endeavor does not give me any kind of a feeling of something that is well-thought-out in I. Don't mean that as a criticism right now I think. They do they build whatever world they need to build or whatever they're doing I think they've been incredibly successful because they're incredibly creative of just kind of adding onto that in retaining staff is some works and some of it is does it in but mostly the everything's so The images in the south resting it hardly mattered. It's like it's just it's so goddamn good. All the olive, it could be contradicting everything and I'd still be allowed to the ride jail. You're exactly right because David Lynch and mark can't even agree on. What what it means or what's going on here like they each have their own interpretations of the two creators and writers of the show can't even agree I think it's kind of ridiculous to argue like, no, this is what this means like. One hundred percent. You know it's all theories. It's it's part of the fun of it is like coming up with your own theories and exploring what you're watching on the screen and right? Yeah you know ones right I think that. Goes back again though to to the quote that you read at the beginning suren about David Lynch, seeing a piece of art and thinking moving image you know like I. Think you're Joe, you just alluded to this but like imagery and sound he'll he's more obsessed with the visual and like I had this weird dream and this is what I saw what, what, how do I make that come to life as opposed to like connecting the dots if that makes sense which I I agree I don't care. I will watch that even if it makes absolutely no fucking sense whatsoever, it's still gorgeous and amazing to watch and terrifying and wonderful and yeah I'm down. I don't WanNa get too off topic but I have so many thoughts about this in doing research for this I found an article that was talking about not sound. But talking about the whole coup bloop thing and the article again, twenty five years later site. It's an interesting read but the gentleman who wrote it was talking about. How he sees the show or I'm sorry, season three. Specifically, we're seeing three distinct attempts of cooper trying to write this for whatever reason, and so the opening scene with the fireman that's that's the cooper that we know from seasons one into. The way he reacts when the Fireman Size what does he say? He said it's like it is in our house now. Yeah, and Coober looks back at the record player and is like it is very clearly understands what that means even though we don't we but does he or is he saying it is like question mark at the end of that that's to me how I took it. I took it as like Oh shit, it is because then he says goes on with the whole tubers one stone thing Richard Olinda three or four, three, zero and cooper goes I understand very affirmatively. and. Then when he gets into what I think in the first series of I, two seasons they referred to the room is like the waiting room and the finale then giant says you are very far away and cooper disappears and I feel like when we see him in the red room. He still there but he's a little dazed kind of and I might be reading into this but I actually think that that sound might mean here's another chance to start a new loop. That might be a stretch I. Don't know but I like all y'all your theories so. To, be one of the things that I in rewatching I was struck by the kind of the the presence of individuals that are in the white lodge. So there we see Cooper we see Andy I don't know that anyone else besides the kind of inhabitants the any earthbound people that we see enter their Lee we do see Major Briggs head but that Right. And they're both of like locked up there's similar to the red room which I think in both instances. There is a inhibitor there there's a limitation of the way. The people are able to move the way that they're able to express themselves. It's very stiff and rigid. They're either honest symbolic or barely able to talk. It's very kind of cooper in the Donkey Jones Body it's. Like you have a governor on you you're limited in what you're able to do, and then there's a bit of a change in that when he gets into that purple room where he has a bit more agency a bit more fluidity in their still obviously, that is just incredibly vivid seeing there from sound and visual and performance in editing. Actually there's a lot of tremendous visual editing. Ads there, but he seems more full of himself able to kind of move throughout the space in a way that is a little bit more fluid a little bit more like the Cougar that we remember as opposed to kind of locked in share very rigid so that those are some of the took away takeaways I took it. It's like he's in here. You're in here now are that phrase and It. is to being very like if he knows that it's you can't express it in a way where it's very yes I know we have to do x, Y and Z to start the plan, but it's very much understood that over the past twenty five years, you've been a part of your knowledge to we've been developing this course of action I don't know what it is is if you're there's a certainty that he knows what comes next. Yeah. That's a good point. I've never heard anyone discuss that the differences between the actual body and sound behaviors of the characters in the different rooms like that. Bring him show. Big Bucks it's why we have the genius. From The fog is the name of your. Band. From occurring banned from the laughing. The Gypsy carnival. Totally. Forgot the name because ten ten percent alcohol by volume site. Furious Frank. Frank Booth Blue Velvet dalen twin peaks. Joe Actually got that is really good point and. I think Sharon just made me lose my train of thought as to what? You're saying about Oh. That's what it is. Okay. So initially when I watched the series and I saw that ending I actually with the loop thing got mad at coober because I thought how what a Dick to like the Hubris on that guy to think I'm GonNa go and try and fix things and start clean when that could affect everything good or bad. I. mean. You Know Ed Norma finally got together and him going and reversing the whole Laura's death that could mean that that never happens. So like I was thinking who is he to fuck without but it's a really interesting idea and I. Now I'm like torn as to how I feel about it. I'm not as mad at him anymore, but anyway, I decided to elaborate on. Not, to build on that, this is not a sound piece although I don't know if you guys want to talk about or interested in talking about obviously ever wants to talk about episode eight, but I can never begrudge it's still insane I. I agree with everything you're talking about mindy in terms of if you change this these positive things these heartwarming things we've seen maybe they never come to pass. That's something I was challenged with two in trying to. Think through how I feel about that. But the something about the role that Laura plays here in terms of her being created seemingly created by the firemen as a response to.

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"frank booth" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The stock will that's what I think when I hear this song somebody get this man a light bulb yeah dean Stockwell I love that after he finishes at the end of the Finnish isn't that from blue velvet glove at the velvet by the way dean Stockwell singing lips thinking this song into a hand held like mechanical lamp light I'm in the great blue velvet my favorite is when done and Dennis hopper's composing himself because he just started weeping during this performance and then all the weirdos are there and bread Dorothy stand on that on that on a couch behind them and a girl some weird looking girl who's just been hanging out and indeed Stockwell's Blair or whatever the hell it is like climbs up on the couch with the red door if this is in the back background was shot and all right any composes himself Frank booth composes himself as I got it let's go he turns on the looks of the seas he sees the girl with red door from the couch because thank you wanna come with Raymond you go with Raymond let's go Raymond I think that's when you find the bread doors character's name is Raymond I don't know you know you're gonna you want to go with Raymond let's go with Raymond I love that movie I didn't we didn't write not like it no no no no no no no no the body even like that either that they use blue velvet yeah now I know Raj didn't like it yeah I don't think either Mike to really yeah I know no they didn't right right right I said next Roy Leonard during blue velvet and he hated every frame of it he aided it so much god love him I of course thought it was I thought it was brilliant because it is but you know you have a raw was like you really like that crap I'm like yeah right they don't make they didn't make blue velvet farai Leonard that's that's that's that's all there is to it this is the guy that retired because of their something about Mary that's that's the reason that Roy Leonard retired to be fair I also would've retired if I read his his every light all right I can't do this anymore and of course some sit next to an urn screening of of of of there's something about Mary laughing and he just kind of looked at me with disgust and that's why that's why I got a part of the show that was in nineteen eighty five he retired in nineteen ninety eight so that's years later and he the reason why he had me become part of the show was he's like look I'm tired of seeing crappy movies you go see the ninja movies in the stupid or movies I'm tired of it I don't need to see that anymore and then he got tired of seeing movies in general especially mainstream movies that were like there's something about Mary he's like I can't it was so funny all right we're talking about the best concerts of the past fifty years and we want to hear your concert stories today is the fiftieth anniversary of the very first day of Woodstock and we were going back and forth here on Dawson texts and some phone calls at three one two nine eight one seven two one we got some phone lines open if you've got a great concert story or concert story that involves a bad concert any of that stuff three one two nine eight one seven two or three one two nine eight one seven two hundred okay three one two area because as best concert I ever saw was the three tenors at Dodger Stadium in the nineties we set the infield the tickets for five hundred dollars a piece definitely worth every cent Cleveland Tom said my most memorable concert moment was a jam an official from last year and it just finished all hold on a minute wait a second now.

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"frank booth" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on The Film Vault

"These are things that happened in when we get to see them in todd salons lit up world because he lights is sets like it's a sitcom to which kind of makes it even more awkward but I also autozone. I think he might have been called hoping this joy close very close. Yeah that's where my brain makes a confusion but the very end scene. I believe it's the last thing we see is the dog slurping the semen. It was just too much for me like I didn't need that the movie so well crafted with the uncomfortable and awkward construct. I didn't need a dog licking semen. I it just dumped it way to fuck down right there at the end and I know morphine number one for me. I kind of gave in <hes> there is there are crimes happen here but no one's being killed like <hes> in some of my <hes> former picks but as far as deviant behavior there's there's no getting around Frank Booze now and the number one. He could have been a on on many lists but I put them number one here because I think he's a lot of things but frank booth from blue velvet is well. I'll just let him talk. Here's him having having his way with his with his lady friend being the nitrous Isabella Rossellini and since they're on the chair. Dan Wants to look at me mm-hmm but she likes to so she's also she's implicated as this goes on this quite a bit of this. He's he's the deviant but she's yeah I thought number on the ships Greg and he wants to be called. Maybe it's almost like he wants to go back in you know he wants to be more. I think he wants to get out of this world and back up inside the hoste fandango movie clip Frank Booth <hes> he's just one of those characters as he can be on so many different lists that we've done. I if I better <hes> better organized I tell you I removed ah every every list that he's been on. He's been on a few. I'll bet but yeah so that's my number. One breakfast kind of was indulgent there but I'm sure it's tough five speaking of wish we hear those five all right yeah so thanks so once again to Chad Yuki. I think we're going on close to fifteen weeks now. He's been helping us out here. Don't like US number five for the listeners is Dennis Hopper as Frank bolting frame both Blue Blue Velvet. I don't not familiar without the catch up. David Dad D. Mato temperature this be on your list David Di Amato as himself in tickled. is He really into that. He's doing this people now. He's in okay. He's in no no get into a documentary. Listen number three Peter Greene said and Stephen Hibbert as the IRS Stephon Stephan and pulp fiction twain whittaker or as Maynard really needs to be up there is he's involved in the kidnapping and raping. We don't do this often but a bit of a Lifetime Achievement Award here for James spader multiple movies China Mr Gray and Secretary Graham in sex lies and videotape shape altron altron James Ballard and crash as well as multiple lifetime achievement <hes> votes number one is this is a good one going Chris Bauer as machine in eight millimeter machine. That's right machine in eight. Millimeter is a sexual deviant. He is the <hes> The gamp essentially the realize the fleshed out the game set free in the wild listen to also Rans Johnsboro big lebowski buffalo bills limbs the hillbillies and deliverance all good choices the doctor and the evil government dude in Serbian film and <hes> Toronto and groupers which is just unfair. I don't think the people that awesome to that yeah seeing the film yet to make disparaging a vote cast that disparaging vote also runs for Uber Buck from Kill Bill..

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"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

12:23 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"David Lynch wanted to use another piece of music that that's Deano didn't WanNa pay for so he said hey can you write something and David will write some lyrics and they're all like Oh. This is kind of a dumb idea. This isn't gonNA work and it turns into my single. Most favorite piece of music for David Lynch and Angelo battlements not have ever written together. You couldn't be mysteries of love. Could you could be exactly meaning that the mysteries of Flo fleas over the menu very and others you know after wash sifted menu go for a while just like listen to you need to put in the Julie crews city. I can just listen to this or my blue velvet soundtrack. It's just right here and I'm just going to conditions the latest menu go for a while but yet they created <hes> mysteries of love which is my absolute favorite Angela battlements <unk> David Lynch piece and <hes> I thought it was interesting and then <hes> Lynch I I love that he tells tells a story about <hes> how he met Lynch made like this. <hes> I guess Fred Caruso that producer introduced them and Lynch thought his work was was peachy. Keen and I don't even know what that means right because I'm from Brooklyn or whatever and you like. What is he talking about? This kind of meal folks folks Yeah Yeah and that's the thing and I mean and Charles. You and I are sitting here listening to come well peachy keen. That's like that's pretty good. That's good praise. We're we're mid western. We know we know what that means like you know even though we're not from Missoula Montana Tanna GonNa you know what that means but <hes> yeah so it's pretty swell is pretty swell. Swell Swell yes Clark. There's a lot the people who stay in age that feel comfortable using that word as always felt kind of his natural very nice. I set you up for that one but <hes> I I love stories. I feel like every time somebody talks about David Lynch they make a point of talking about how nice and not weird he is. I think is so funny because I don't know why people people think people exactly like their arts and I guess because preconception just figuring notion right. I guess it's because I've seen interviews as David Lynch or Roger Cormon or Allen more or something thing like that where their output is their imagination. It's not their everyday life you know David is not drinking fish percolator coffee and finding ears all damn day. That's not what he does. He's not you know it doesn't it says expectations people have the they figure well okay. He came up with these ideas that must be how his brain processes things. That sort of mentality goes to show how little we value creativity as a as a species and as a culture that creativity is something for children and or something for Weirdos that the concept of creativity is lost on a lot of people. I think so people that don't have creativity in art imagine it even any sort of imagination whatsoever they were. They stopped letting it run away with him after Dick they have to grow up yeah exactly yeah I don't know but <hes> and also live stories about David Lynch in his folksy nece. I think that's really adorable belly. Whatever <hes> now the cats that's our in some sort of like like little pissing contest with using each other's cap refuses to someone doing okay? That's that's disturbing. It's just weird whenever catches came in my room and P that's all oh. Is that all the inequality box but you know. I'm sure everybody appreciated you sharing. That necessarily parked near. It's not that it's just need anywhere so let's see Angelo isn't finished up the booklet the interviews together all right <hes> yeah that's all I have on Angelo really. She's got anything else. I just thought it was interesting how he was. It was sort of this afterthought for him to write a song a money saving measure in it's like the greatest song ever in this just yeah exactly so it's it's such a great song perfect for this film. Oh perfect for this film yeah <hes> now the other interview on this is <hes> The it's a strange world filming of Blue Velvet which is also fifteen minutes which is essentially the crew <hes> a lot of the makeup Guy Second Assistant Director etc and I think we talked about this a little bit last last time because this is the Mr ear thing are the two main points I want to take from this. Are The yellow man yet. Dan Fred pickler. That's the that's the actor who plays the Yellow Man Fred Claire and who just seems like this guy that he pulled off the street to was he was local yeah and but he's talking about he's talking about the scene where he gets shot and he knocks the lamp over too hard the first time he did it yet. You know that scene where he kind of reflexively watts at the lamp but apparently the first time he just smacked it all the way across the room. When all the yeah he just wait he did way too much of it so and then another time when when after Dennis Hopper shoots him and kills him then he says that didn't Dennis told him to close his eyes after being killed because you know him looking at him with open eyes was throwing Dennis off so I could just imagine hopper being like really pissed off like you're supposed to close your is damaged is when you die yeah? This was a good one too because they have <hes> they revisit some of the filming locations so North Carolina go to that apartment building and stuff like that you could go to the stairwell where Jeffrey went up this up and down the stairs as an as a <hes> exterminator and he imagined living in that hotel in that apartment building and being like all of a sudden strangers rangers or walking up and down your backstairs taking pictures like there's Dan David Lynch fans again. We get like two year. They're so annoying probably like oh no. There's a new criterion collection. Oh my God blue velvet again ed sickness now right this lady. I think we talked about this last time that that it's there's really not a lot of other documented use of it before blue velvet but is the first time mm-hmm we have silicone yeah. This is yeah the first silicone ear or at least for silicone prop according to <hes> Jeff Goodwin the makeup supervisor and an necessity being the mother of adventure in in in the creepy Hart also because the hair attached to the ear is actually David Lynch's. I know isn't that apparently swept up. Well like you know they were cutting his hair. They could use that and I have no T._v.. So giving you back exactly and then <hes> sh- there another great part of this is Shaun burnie talking about the creation of Ben's microphone that was fantastic. Read is Kinda goes out the truck yet. He's just like right ball El-Ajez. Go find me something to us and apparently this Bernie guy was just like I have no idea what to get him and he's like digging through all this junk and then he just happens to like he sees is this image of himself in a work light that apparently probably hung up just so he could see what stuffy was rifling through that it looks like an old microphone right alight against a whole like Wien lightbulb eight bulb over his head going again necessity being the mother of invention. This is one of the most iconic scenes in this movie and then he said refined me something from the truck right and he brings it out and he says that Lynch you just went ape shit over this his quote perfect and just was just completely joy over this just really geeked over it and supposedly couldn't wait to shoot the scene at at that point. I can't blame him. I thought I mean it is one of the most iconic scenes tailgate can exactly sure so very cool so just yeah just it just seemed like this. The smiling hand of fate reached in button. It was obviously it was perfect so and then we get the very cool <hes> story <hes> from Ian Wolfe the second assistant director about Frank's death scene which I thought we should talk about because it's kind of interesting we should good where apparently Lynch wanted real brain matter for the floor of that scene so where are the butcher shop and ask for that and you get on an F._B._i.. List yeah exactly so you know Breen matter go figure figure is a little hard to come by every three quarter. It's not like young Frankenstein where you could just you know go down and pick up go through the abby normal section no body and no yet. I loved that scene thousand nineteen. I'm sure you can get any permit in nineteen eighty-five a little hard to come by you know they haven't quite developed the the field of of harvesting yet so <hes> apparently the brain was shipped from West Germany to Wilmington in all this because David Lynch wanted real brain matter as opposed to just faking it with something you know for like maybe like a like a split second shot of the Fajar. Yeah fell hoping cracks me up like really dude. This is where we're spending our money that we don't have exactly got to admire his authenticity for the whole thing. It's the artist is the whole artist mentality has sounds pretty funny and then <hes> they tied. This is where David Hartley the casting production assistant talks about going C._D.'s bars in Wilmington. I love that I love. I love the fact that the slow club like is a real club right exactly so that's pretty much the interviews <hes> so we might as well talk about the booklet now really quickly. Let's talk a little bit about outs who could have been in this movie okay. I definitely want to talk about that. You went talking about that. I yeah let's just talk about that. I because I think touched on it and we should talk about it now. So Dennis Hopper oppor Dennis Hopper as much as I love Harry Dean Stanton Right Right Booth was almost here eating stanton right. Exactly stamp is like no this is to mean for me. I'm citing. This is not right. You know I can't do this. I can't can't quite picture Harry Dean Stanton. You know everything that moves now. I can't do that either. No No. I can't either yeah I mean yeah sure is an interesting actor a given that but he's a great actor but he's in his car rod what is not Frank Booth Colorado. He's not `wang-koo exactly you gotTa Love Harry Dean Stanton for knowing that about himself right..

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"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

12:57 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Some of its some of its violent in but it's it's more of cerebral gruesome than it is like a horror movie in and this is the eighties where we're used to. It's more psychological horror. Yeah it's more psychological thriller type of but with gruesome nece and like I said with the <hes> <hes> and you know we have a little bit of gruesome nece from hitchcock things like strangers on a train where you know it's he goes to light her cigarette and says are you. What's her name? Marianne I forget penetrating thinks Oh yeah says yes and he strangled her and you see it from her point. You know you see it from his point of view but it's not gross. It's not moldy ear gross. It's not it's not ants crawling over an ear. It's not done tida bleeding from his head where the ear is gone or dead yellow man standing you know man yeah so but I think angel heart sort of opened in angel heart was very criticized but at the same time people were really talking about it and people saw it because it it was kind of a kind of a shocker and this was not that he was making this when that came out so I don't think he knew that the eighties we're going to open the door for a different a little people be a little more ready for things like blue velvet right so yeah. It's I mean Lynch at this point a yeah. He's obviously still <hes> pushing. Those boundaries in this film is obviously a great example of that and let's not forget that a naked naked woman walking down the street in suburban neighborhood is a true story came from his his his own experience. This is actually happening David Lynch he actually saw this as a child so <hes> it's not the I mean. This movie is not not that out there as people like to think it is no it just so happened something that happened to him and he wanted to Kinda share this with everybody through his movie all right <hes>. Let's see what's next <hes> Isabella talks about outdoorsy being confused and unpredictable which is kind of the understatement of the century. He's very confused. Unpredictability almost has Stockholm Syndrome yeah and she's just trying to do what she can do to deal with whoever she needs to deal with so and then she's also trying to kind of her. She reaches out to Geoffrey. Geoffrey just happens to be there spying on her but she desperately clings onto him she needs somebody and then you know she kind of gets into like this whole like rough sex with him. The whole hit me exactly exactly I don't even I don't even get kind of kind of a little bit of Sado masochism. They're feeling that she's she particularly likes that or has done that very often you know she's it feels very new to both of them almost but for her you know that's that's what she's the one who initiates that yeah. That's probably the result of because of her experiences with frank so she probably figures well. Hey Geoffrey would probably like this to whatever it can do to keep him Jeffrey just like not interested Tom Sawyer but jeffries not air. He's not into that. That's a little too out of his wheelhouse voyeur exactly. He's a liquor now to do her lover. Not a fighter fire. Exactly Nice is <hes>. Let's see what else <hes> Lynch talks about Dennis Hopper being the perfect frank. He says he's Great. He's a great human being offset and understands the picture and that's the I am going to break into a little bit of the other interviews where Dennis Hopper talks about. He says that he had just got out of Rehab so he didn't have a career and he's trying to rebuild his he was trying to rebuild his Zia. Hopper was this wildcard that people had no idea what to expect from because he had been an addict and so who knows what he coulda done but we'd seen Dennis Hopper as sort of a weird or character in it over the top character so you know he had something he had something to prove because here he was he was he insists the head of convinced that he got himself clean and you know I'll probably also <hes> the producer and in his and he told his management I want this part. He really went after the part of Frank Booth and Ann Frank is there's quite a range to frank frank. Is You know he's the he can be very <hes> very gentle. He can act like a baby. He can act like a crazy person. He can cry he can kill. There's a big league range to frank and with I think with the nitrous it we've talked about hopper and the drugs and the nitrous before but with the nitrous the fact that frank is a junkie. It's like hoppers your perfect choice because everybody that's what they know. That's what people magazine's been talking about with Dennis Hopper for the last. That's another binge for hot offer you. How old is expect him so I think there is a little bit of a real world believability that Dennis Hopper is going to be out of his freaking mind complete total wackadoo? It's kind of perfect casting really it's perfect. I can't imagine anybody else playing Frankish. I know apparently there was not the first choice as we as we find out in the booklet which will talk about but <hes> yeah the Frank Hopper was not their first choice for Frank <hes> but <hes> court apparently he was Isabella's after meeting like Isabella knew him yeah is it all released new on new of him. I think we gotta do <hes> Lynch also talks about Jack Nance. You know which obviously appeals to twin peaks fans. He says Lynch likes to Lynch likes to hear his stories. He's a great storyteller and you can you imagine like that. You Know Pete Martell storytelling coin no right this telling you everything and the dolphin the log lady stole. My truck stole my truck powder blue. Luckily didn't steal your truck. Earl did <hes> Dennis Hopper in the next scene says he doesn't understand all the lighting preparation that Lynch does so this is kind of off going like I'm not sure about all this artsy fartsy stuff just shoot the scene dammit <hes> and that's that's the that's the thing it's like. He's about the performance for David Lynch's about the visual which is why film in Theater are collaborative arts. which kind of makes me moving all of the perfect which kind of makes me wonder is like well you know Lynch talked about that hopper understood the film but did he really? I kinda wonder about that. I kind of think that maybe maybe that hopper convinced Lynch that he did but maybe in reality didn't I understand a lot of performance alone. Hopper understood frank booth okay. He understood the character yes. Maybe maybe understood the character but didn't understand the film. He understood the film. I don't think he necessarily we had the patience for the process of filmmaking right okay. That's a <hes> Lynch's approach to it compared to what he's experienced because it is a pretty experience actor by this point so soccer but whether or not he feels that the lighting is going to make or break a scene hoppers the actor he's probably thinking the performance is GonNa make or break of the scene regardless of how it's lit so save much more visual director than probably hopper was used to and you need to in you need those different perspectives and you need everybody critizing their part in the collaboration for it to be perfect so you need frank to feel like the performances the most important thing and you need the director to feel like the visual is just as important as the soundscape or as the performances or as the the actors you need that so yeah works out well <hes>. Let's see next. He <hes> Isabella talks about how happy she is that David Lynch hired Dennis offer. She says her admiration for dentist brought more to her character right so apparently she was kind of like a fan of his word. I think you can sort of see that because when you admire someone there's there's a level of intimidation. I don't think it's I don't think it's a malevolence type of intimidation but there's a reverence and intimidation there that Dorothy needs to have when it comes to frank she needs to look at him as having some sort of power over her you know Dorothy a Dorothy needs to be able to to feel power being held over her right and if she has a reverence over Dennis hopper than she's probably thinking. Oh my gosh here's does that right you know. He probably has since respell on her. Maybe a little bit of pressure because of wanting to make like as far as Isabella right she wants she wants to prove herself to Dennis Hopper and probably wants to impress impress him. He went through rise his level right and so so she's probably going to put more into her performance as a result and so maybe she does kind of feel a little bit of pressure and maybe that kind of <hes> <hes> the least from her perspective she's creating that connection to to offer so so therefore she that connection will carry through in <hes> Dorothy connection to frank right yeah all right <hes>. Let's see what else <hes> there's audio rehearsal of Isabel singing blue velvet and then we get Lynch talking about the industry or I'm sorry at about industry not the film industry but actual industry until industry like like he says he says radiation is too boring for him which is a very unfunny statement <hes> but he says but smoke steel the oil mills oil and sludge. You can see so he likes. He likes tangible things. Yes some something that you can visually see. I am sure he spent his childhood watching radiation horror movies as everybody did in the fifties and sixties but there is something tangible and you know we've seen that you know steel mills. I don't know maybe like a sawmill the mill in sledge racer eraserhead or factory yeah that kind of thing yeah now obviously he does kind of get into radiation little bit because remember part eight of twin peaks the return that is very very true when he was made that one of his visual masterpieces I think he's still made a change came from space in mother or whatever and yeah exactly <hes> Knicks. This scene is Brad. Dora and I was kind of disappointed by this a little bit Brad Door says Raymond is boring and he said he wouldn't do this role for any other director by David Lynch those low disappointed by that well. I mean I kind of get his point but Raymond is a.

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"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

12:36 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Know. You're right your experiences and you tend to you can adapt them <unk> as you see fit and that's what David Lynch did there with that scene was that he you know he took that memory. That obviously is especially if he's younger. It's pretty firmly cemented his brain Anne screen for everybody to share with everybody and that just shows that yeah it there's a there's an underbelly to to a small town and it's not as it's not as David Lynch weird as you think I mean this is this. This kind of stuff happens so in the town like Lumberton. No one is safe. No one is innocence visit no one is you knew it was going that. I knew I knew exactly where you're going so yeah. That's the thing it's like <unk>. I'm sure that twin peaks is not the only town in you know in the history of small towns that has a cocaine addicted homecoming queen. You know that that's that's not that far <unk> stretch when you really think about when you really take a look at things it's really not that it's not something we want to admit and it's not the image that we wanted project but it's it's the it's the truth. It's the case so I think it's this film that actually probably helped Lynch inch figure out the most of what you know where his specialty lied was was yes Americana coming you know him growing up in the fifties <hes> where everything's all bright and clean and whatnot but he lynch has this interest in like okay. Let's look under this rock and what's under this Raleigh and what's GonNa Crawl out and what secretly hiding in the shadows and if you think about the nineteen fifties. There's that contrast there's a contra. There's a couple of there's a couple of versions of the nineteen fifties. There's the nineteen fifties the Eisenhower Nineteen in your fifties that we all like to remember the Howdy doody era all that yeah right exactly the how duty the Donna Reed leave it to beaver. There's that kind of fifties where nobody locked their doors and everyone was all that kind of stuff women limited pleated skirts in poodle the poodle skirts yeah yep the guys all the guys pipes and wore suits and yes exactly exactly I never all the kids went down to the malt shop after school that kind of thing there's that nineteen fifties but then there's also the nineteen fifties of no coloreds. There's a nineteen fifties of McCarthyism in the nineteen fifties of Frederick worth of the Cold War then there's the nineteen fifties of the Cold War. There's there's that intolerant nineteen fifties yes but fifth columns also tonight yeah there's also the nineteen fifties of Betty Page and Jean Bill Brew and all of that you know bizarre magazine and things like that that sort of <hes> risque hills Charles Moulton. You know that that nineteen fifties that Charles moton was a little before that but but that's sort of like the guy that created wonder won by away. Yes that's William Charles Moulton yeah and <hes> there's not there's a there's a real. There's a nineteen fifties. There's an upside down yeah. Basically it's like if you watched the show stranger things. There's the it's like the upside down right right and it's it's there but it's like comey hidden from view right but it's but it's their nose there. I mean it's it's it's kind of also like dairy dairy Maine where everybody knows horrible Shit's going on but nobody talks about it. You know we just sort of turn a blind eye to it and I think David Lynch does a fantastic job of integrating those different elements of Nostalgia Americana Small Town where you have the the Jeffrey Beaumont Jeffrey Beaumont College Kid Dad owns the hardware store <hes> white picket fence and that's in the opening shot right there that you know you know the Lynch makes a point of this of showing like a red white and blue the red flower lower the white rice lower the way exactly so it's like again pure Americana that he's predicting and then you have Sandy Williams in her parents you know her dad is the cop and <hes> in her boyfriend. Is Mike The quarterback this whole there. Is there a sweet wholesome family and yeah they you know they have people over for dinner and and <hes> might sandy has her boyfriend and whatnot and right but even that even with that sort of situation was a football player if a player who I you know. I wonder if he's has some sort of lead. It seems like we we need to get there. I know but then you have this local. Also there's a slow club. There's Dorothy Allen's there's frank booth and his Ganger hoagies and then then there's the yellow man who was a cop. I mean you have Chad's you know small of Chad exactly and Robbie is probably related to Chad. He's probably like chat my grandfather or something I bet you grandpa Chad Chad exactly so there's a lot of a lot of stuff going on in a small town in David Lynch's a great job of meshing that but he also adds. It's in the banality of small town life that whole can I borrow the car sure don't go to Lincoln but you know the two the two women just sitting watching television the the slowness of a small town the banality of life <hes> just life in general in life has life can have a banality. Even if you're if you're not leaving some sort of jet set life. There are days when you're washing dishes. You know there are days when you're just watering the lawn you know and that's when you have your heart attack. That's the thing there is a sloan isn't of analogy life in general and David Lewis is a fantastic job of mixing all that stuff together and even though sometimes I think he goes on a little too long with it like when I watch those deleted scenes. There's only a couple that I kind of wish we're in the movie. <hes> we'll talk about those. We'll talk about those yeah exactly but I think <hes> it gets you can understand why they were cut. Totally get where they were cut. They were cool but you totally get where they were cut and or even when when you go over to Ben's house for Ben Justice Yeah hanging out you know these are there's people that are just drunker hodge sitting around their house which I don't know about you Charles but I knew a lot of people in college just did that. It's like just come over and we'll get high. It's like all right fine. Can we maybe order pizza or watch a movie board here but <hes> eight is a fantastic job of mixing that together and Blue Velvet. I think he really did sort of fide. Find his feet with it because David Lynch obviously can do anything you know <hes> personally I like do I can't help it. I like it. I'm right here with you. I'm a big Dune supporter yeah even though you know he talks about how Dune was such a failure and then that what kind of <hes> this was kind of his rebound movie from Dune but had I liked plus. We do have problems but it's beautiful yeah you know it's gorge and there's a there there there's of course eraserhead which is like a stream of consciousness type of film. It's not supposed is to be linear but then there's then there's the elephant man which has struggle tournament that is beautiful and wonderful and fabulous performances and yeah he can do. He can do anything but I think this is really his force. Hey this type thing I don't mean to Pigeonhole to hold him and I don't mean to because even when you have settled anybody's capable pigeonholing David Lynch true even when you have something like a lost highway yeah where they're not in a small town there in Los Angeles. They're kind had a Hollywood people. They still have this sort of or Mahalla drive drive yet. This is what we show you but this is what's really going on. There's always a darkness somewhere to be found exactly glitz glamour aw right right and you might be going to all the right parties and meeting other at people and doing all the right things but Robert Blake is gonNA come up to you to party and it's going to be bad and you know when you think about just somebody ready as living just a ordinary life that Balthasar getty is living at home with Gary Busey in his you know his girlfriend Natasha Gregson Wagner and Oh is it. He wakes up and he some guy in a prison and how the hell did that happen so you know because it happens yeah. He's like look like it. Does you know watch waking up to find out she somebody else exactly. It's as you're looking at box in looking in a box yet. It's very twin peaks outside right now Charles is I can't have a window yeah. I'm with you have a window. I don't I'm here. I'm here in the basement of solitude Yep. It does windows assault other now belongs to trees in my reflection. Oh yeah the trees are a <hes> Israel it. It's like it's like ghost would here. It's a ghost. We didn't hear yet all right so <hes> you ready rented this <hes> criterion version down. Yes let started. I learned okay so <hes> <hes> we now we've. I've already talked <hes> the film <hes> when we back in episode thirty two way back on April twelfth twenty eighteen if anyone wants to come to know our thoughts about you know the film as we the actual storyline line so I love it. We love the film obviously <hes> we'll see we're going to talk about the film but we're not GONNA go into. Obviously you know the the plot point by plot point detail because hey we talked about that. You can go back and you can go back episode thirty two if you want that. That's like supplemental material to this <hes> we we figured that you would probably rather talk about the new stuff that hasn't been released and <hes> obviously so that of course includes like all the deleted scenes that were just talking about all the extra documentaries and all and whatnot new the booklet that has all kinds of interesting information in it. We'll talk about that <hes>. I thought we had good four four hours of extra steps so I'm guessing you probably you know everyone out there. Listening to this probably does not want to sit for it through four hours of us because hey why would you sit through four hours of you can sit through four two hours of supplemental features <unk> exactly Raya Blue Velvet. So what will if you're if you're even the remotest fan of his movie. You need to buy this blu-ray. It's not getting it because you know an an. I'm comparing it to see. I'm personally compared area to this two thousand five D._V._D.. Really's that's what I had until three weeks ago and I'm really glad that upgraded although there are some similarities in the D._v._d.. And there's a lot of differences obviously obviously <hes> there's some features on the D._v._d.. That were not carried over to keep both of them. Yes yeah because <hes> now. There's a couple ones. You're probably obviously going to go to the BLU ray Moore but every so often you might WanNa Crack Open The D._v._d...

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"frank booth" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

11:36 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Entertaining people at the Murray brothers Caddyshack restaurant before, and there's a lot of fun. Got a few pictures pictures with some of those posters. I got a picture with the state of marshmallow man, who was in all his glory in the parking lot, right outside of the Murray brothers restaurant brothers, Caddyshack restaurant, too. So it was fun. Speaking of anniversaries of movies, this year is the thirty fifth anniversary. We mentioned of Ghostbusters we celebrated that last night with a really fun night. I mean, it was just a just really a lot of fun. And like you said earlier time it was so nice. I see so many families, you know, kids and stuff. I had to clean up my usual, my usual talk. Because I you know, I usually it's more there's mostly adults in the room. You know, when my screenings can sometimes talk a little bit on censored more than I do here, little blue. Just a little bit. Yeah, but I had to clean that up because there were so many kids, there were a lot of kids. It was fun to see that. But yeah, so thirty five thirty five years ago. Ghostbusters came out. Twenty five years ago speed came out. And it was in nineteen June tenth nineteen ninety four. That's when speed was released June tenth ninety ninety four so a couple of days ago, it celebrated its official twenty fifth anniversary. I love that movie. I I love speed. I think it's great. And again, you know, you know that I've always been a really big fan of Kiana Reeves and, you know, it's really funny as that I, I love the fact that the tide has turned on the anti Keanu Reeves. He's having a moment right now. For a few years now for a few years. And, and, and I've been I've been, I've been singing this praises for forever. And you know, people are you crazy. He's an idiot. He's a bad actor. He's the same in every single movie. No, he's not. He's smart. And I think he's great. And he's made a few bad movies. He's not giving. Great performances in some movies. Not particularly good much to do about nothing, the period. Stuff's, not good. I do have an affinity for his performance in Bram Stoker's dry. He's terrible. It's but that's why it's so yeah, I don't like that movie. No, I don't I really don't. And I was so looking forward to it when it came out and. Yeah. I just remember I thought some of the some of the sort of onset and camera tricks that Coppola did were cool in theory. You know what I mean? Like I admired some of the stuff that he did. Because there were, there were very little, like sort of visual special effects in that movie, a lot of that stuff was done on camera, and it was kind of similar to what he did with. With one from the heart which is a movie that I love. And I know a lot of people can't stand that movie. But I, I love that movie. I think it's a really great personal movie from from from Coppola Scher. But man, I was disappointed with your Acura on every, I don't I don't think airy oldman's good in it. I just don't. I think Winona Ryder's really miscast, and I'm a big fan when on Ryder, but I think he's really miscast. Anthony hopkins. Ridiculous in it like it relates ridiculous performance. And then you've got Kiana Reeves doing the worst British acts really, truly the Boston sleep. Yeah. And it's not you know, I don't know. Listen, you know, the story has been told so many times, and in so many different ways. Although that one was a little more faithful to the Stoker novel than some of the other ones men, many of the other ones. But it still didn't work. Just didn't work at all. So, yeah. He's not been great in every movie. And he's made some decisions where you go man. That's not a very good movie. But I've been Keno. I've been a fan forever, and I love this, resurgence in popularity and people are suddenly realizing. Oh, wait a minute. He owns good and smart. Yeah. Welcome on board, the train where you've been well, it's the John wick movies. It's people have kind of seen as more of a personality. Well, you know what movie he's phenomenal. And well, there's a lot of Kiana movies that. I really like. I love him in a thumb sucker. He's great in that movie. He's also really funny. I can't remember the name of the movie. It's not a particularly good movie to Nancy Meyer. Thing and it's Jack Nicholson Diane Keaton. He has a heart attack. Kiana Reeves is a doctor. Something's gotta give something's. Gotta give Kano's fantastic. And movie. Now I still haven't watched. Oh man. I should've watched it over the weekend. I still haven't watched the always be my baby. Oh he he goes for it. I can't it's funny. He's got a cameo in this new Netflix romantic romantic comedy. And, and I'm really curious just to see what, what he does the movie, but I hear nothing but you know, fantastic things about it. But this was a departure when speed came out. It was a massive departure for, for, for kiono. It was his first big sort of like action role outside of point to point break. Yeah. Which is one of the greatest movies ever made. But like he tiredly different look for the movie like he had a buzz cut and everything. And he Benny actually, he was pretty was pretty built up like he did a lot of working out. He was always in shape. He's in shape and point break as well. But it was just something about his his appearance that seemed different than even point break. Yeah. It's the most action hero really look, exactly. Because he doesn't look like. I mean he doesn't he. You know, an astonishing amount of fantastic action point break in. I'm just stating the obvious there because it's one of the best action movies ever made but he's not you know, your typical. I mean his name is Joanie Utah and you know any us college football. You know, sir, I take the skin off chicken, which is also one of my favorite favorite lines. So. It was a big. It was a departure. And it was the first time that people really notice Andrew Bullock that was the, the movie where people went, oh, who's that? I mean, people notice during demolition man, I remember, I remember liking her and demolition, man. The ridiculous Vesper Stallone Wesley Snipes movie took a girl on the first date. And. So. So it was it was kind of a departure. And it was Janda demont, who had been a really critically acclaimed cinematographer at that point shot, a lot of air movies, and shot shot. A lot of you know, big action special effects movies, he was making his direct to'real debut with this. He would go on to do the great twister and the terrible sequel to speed speed to what else did he direct Janda pond young because young, I know I know he directed twister 'cause I love twister. I, I love that movie. I don't care. I don't care what he says, that's terrific movie. But this was his directory debut, and he knocked it out of the park, like he really. He really did a great job. He did the haunting in ninety nine terrible. And. The last movie he directed was Lara Croft tomb raider. Cradle of life and the second one with that was the second one with Angelina Jolie, right? Yeah. I like the last one with what's her face. Oh, Vivian of Alicia, vivid candor. She's great in. That is very good. Well, they're already doing. They're doing another one with her really because that thing tanked. Yeah. No. They're going to do another one. That's cool. Yeah. I got she was great in that movie. I thought she was just awesome in. And Janda Bont was supposed to do the American Godzilla in the nineties, the one that Emmerick did. Yeah. Emmerick. Eventually there was a, there was a whole nother movie that was going to be made. Janda Bont was attached to direct. It was going to be released in summer in ninety six but he apparently his budget request way too big and they're like, now we're not doing that. And then Roland. Devlin come along and, and double the budget. Yeah. Which I find shocking. Yeah. Well, I didn't know that. But anyway, Janda Bont is the director of speed, and it was his first time, directing a movie Kiana Reeves as a flat out, sort of action hero, Sandra Bullock becoming, you know, America's sweetheart just with that movie. Dennis hopper. Returning to the screen as, as an insane guy, and my favorite performance in the movie Jeff Daniels. As as, as, as, as the partner to us, which is weird weird strange and beautiful casting. Yeah. So it was it was it was an interesting thing before it came out. I wasn't sure what to quite make of it. You know, directory debut Kiana Reeves, big action movie Jeff Daniels. The only thing that I was certain of that. Dennis hopper would be nuts. That was the only thing that I was the only thing that I was certain of, it's very, very art imitates life. Yeah. Because Dennis hopper was bonkers met. Dennis hopper. What was that? Even like it was great. He this was when was after he had calmed down a certain amount. Well, this is when he got sober. Yeah. It was it was the it was the I met him. He was in town to, to promote a really terrible become flashback within. Yeah. Kiana raves. They're not canneries him Kiefer Sutherland. Yeah. Very. And it's an awful movie. It's a really awful, but he he was in town to promote that. And he had been sober for, for a while, at that point and his big comeback here. Eighty six with blue velvet and hoosiers Oscar nomination for hoosiers because they're not gonna nominate Frank booth. That's that's, that's not gonna happen. Even though that's the better performance. But he was he was he was fine. It was it was lovely. And, and, and I've loved talking to them. And he might my favorite movie of his that he directed. Oh my God. Why into the into the into the blue? Yeah. Into the blue. And I talked asked him questions about that. He was. He seemed very, very thrilled that somebody loved that movie. Into the blue. Yeah. I'm guessing. That's not the Paul Walker movie. No. Are you look up hopper? I think it's called into the blue I can't believe I'm blanking on the name of the movie. It was he made it. Well, he was, I mean when he made that movie he was it was it was, it was really kind of at the height of his of his addictions, and stuff like that. I mean, the height of his addictions in craziness was really Apocalypse, Now that was that was when you can see if you watch Apocalypse Now, he doesn't know where the hell is out of the blue out of the blue, which is my favorite and I think it's I think it's I think it's masterpiece out of the blue is natural masterpiece. I think it's the best movie that Dennis Hopper's ever directed. It's, it's incredible film. And, and he was just he seemed shock that I had seen it that anybody had seen it. And especially that not only had I seen it, but I adore it and think it's masterpiece, and a great film, but no, he was great. He signed he signed an authorized biography that I had of his he was happy to sign it..

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"frank booth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"They'll be thousands of kids in the bay area that'll be leaving school to to root for red. They're doing this in the name of Greene. In the name of climate. They're striking today. They're leaving school. So I'm just wondering does the school get dinged or because they show up at the beginning of the day. The school gets the entire paycheck for the kids. How does that work, Sherry, I think it does work that they just have to show up to where whatever classes attendance is so sad. So this is folks I've got an article about this katie's got linked epoch as photo come just read it. So you can be the smartest tool in the shed. When you face off against people this weekend over this issue. You don't wanna miss that? The let's see here's here's another. Okay. So you wanna hear what Pelosi said about beta? Here's what she said. So betas now running for president. Three term congressman from Texas. This guy has been a never she's been nothing in congress. He's done nothing. Really nothing. Where is he in the birth order because you find that out for me because I'm way into this birth order thing. Thanks to my buddy. Dr Kevin Lehman wrote the book on birth order. Where is he see if I just want to know because it will speak volumes as to what he is. I don't I don't think of him as a worker. I don't think of him. I think of him as kind of a mail it in guy, but I could be wrong if he's a male in guy that that would mean, he's not a first born or an only child where is he? I'm not I'm seeing. Child only child. I don't see anything about. Well, anyway, he hasn't done anything a congress. I mean, you give him credit for running and winning. Okay. Did that? But while he's been there Nancy Pelosi was asked about his accomplishments. She was caught flat-footed. She really just had nothing to say other than he's got vitality. Meaning he's young. He's back. New house afford affairs committee. He I know armed services arm service. Did he serve in the military ROTC anything did he carry a gun in the school play? You know, pretending like he was a a military anything like that. Not that. I can see. Okay. And then what was the other? She's a champion. He's he's for clean air and for clean water. Oh, really? Wow. There are too many of those around. Here's Nancy Pelosi. Vitality to in congress one of the issues in his as I haven't been asked this question, but I just know his record here when he came he came as a real champion for the environment. A he got a great deal of support from the financial community in his district. One in a primary on that subject and also member of the services committee. Strong number down services committee, which is very important district. So preserving our planet and protecting our people these two areas in addition to by Taliban in so many other ways, that's it. That's I'm vote, man. That's enough right there. Plus, he's got a cool. Name beta Eddie's, Hispanic, you know, he's a nice, no, he's he's he's Mexican Irish Mexican Welsh. I think he's just Mexican beta. I mean, there are rock things. Well, yeah. That's it is it doesn't matter his family immigrated to Mexico from Ireland generations ago, but he's he's full Maxine he identifies Mexican at least. Yeah. That's it folks. Yeah. This guy is his name is Robert Francis Aurora. He is Irish and Welsh. He he came up with this name Bego as an adult. He nicknamed himself. He's like poli- allowed the nickname yourself. I don't think so that's legal. Seriously. Are you in the world of nicknames? Are you allowed the nickname yourself? You don't think you're? I think that's breaking some form of a rule. I mean, every do you have a nickname? I've. Yeah. Several. Did you give any of those to yourself? Yeah. Right. Probably don't like do not like a couple of them. Yeah. Sherry I don't like mine either. And did somebody give you that? She never have come up with. I I've got mine as well. Yeah. I didn't come up with them. I was known all growing up until I even as an adult until I came I had I had a friend with this. Same name. Now are do you wanna tell us this? Tons of people listening who know me by this name I had. So I meet a friend who's got that. And that that is his name. And I I was like is that your nickname? You guys know it's my name. I said you mean, it's not a variation of. Bernard. He goes, no, my name is Barney. And I said, well, clearly we can't have to Bharti. So you can't call me that new work, by nickname was Barney growing up. It was really grade school junior high high school college gave it that name a guy named Frank booth. I remember him. Yeah. I remember it's like where did this come from? And then it sticks. Barney barney. And the Andy Griffith show wasn't on. Then it just stuck. I I didn't like it. It was stuck. But you didn't give it to yourself, which is the main point and the and the nickname suss that was it. I was just probably started his sports or something like that. I kids come up with this. I know you're not allowed to come up with your own nickname. You're not you're not legal illegal, and it's nice, but he came up with his own. He's taking is a politician through and through he's taking a page out of Elizabeth Warren handbook with this somewhat. You know, why doesn't he get his chops BUSTER for that? See I think they're going to be people who ROY she's one of us, man. He's he's Mexico,.

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"frank booth" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"frank booth" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three one nine eight one seven two hundred that's the phone number. Oscar time is officially started. And it's always a big deal every year and the nominations are going to be announced in just a few hours. And we were talking about actors and actresses who have never been nominated for an Oscar, and it's shocking, and so far we've been talking about Donald Sutherland, Scarlett Johansson, and Steve Buscemi. And now the next one here they mentioned Isabella Rossellini, which is an interesting choice. Isabel rossellini. She might come almost literally from cinematic royalty. But while her mother Ingrid Bergman won three Oscars was nominated for a fourth Isabella. Rossellini Rossellini has shockingly never been nominated in fairness or tastes a little bit more experimental than her mom's. But even so the academy you've had multiple opportunities to nominate her her supporting turn death becomes her. For instance. She's very funny in that movie. Very very funny in that movie or Peter wears powerful. Fearless now see there's a movie right there. That was completely ignored except for one nomination for Rosie Perez. Got an emanation for supporting actress for fearless. But the fact that Jeff bridges didn't get nominated for that for that movie, which I think is arguably the best performance ever given. And and that's saying a lot considering Jeff bridges is, you know. Jeff bridges. But she was great as well. Rossellini was great and fearless. Everybody was great in that movie. John Turturro was great net movie. Yeah. All the way around just to atop halts town halls. Tom halls. That is such a good movie man, Dan I've ever seen. Fearless. I've not it is one of the most powerful movies I've ever seen. It destroys me. Every time. I watch it every single time. But the obviously want the obvious one would have been her breakthrough in David Lynch's blue velvet, a searing surprising in performance that launched her to start in one a spirit award for best female lead. And while you might think that the film would be to out there for the academy you'd be wrong. Lynch was nominated for best director at that year's Oscars. If only Rosso only only Rossellini could have followed him. Rossellini stood out in a ton of screen time. And David o Russell's joy. But lukewarm reaction to that movie ended the possibility hopefully, other filmmakers can see how potent she could be. You know, what's really funny, and it's really funny Dan at eighty six in eighty six that was like a big comeback for Dennis hopper. Dennis hopper was off the radar had struggled with addiction, and and drugs and alcohol and mental illness was like locked up for a while. And what was considered box office poison? Nobody wanted to work with them anymore. He couldn't find funny to make his own movies. And he's a terrific director. He made a great film called out of the blue. If anybody's never seen that it's my favorite Dennis hopper. I like it more than easy rider as a director. So he couldn't get you couldn't get work. And so the year of nineteen eighty six was the year of a blue velvet and hoosiers that was the same year. So that was like, you know, and then he he got sober. He wrote a book, and then he started directing movies starring a lot more movies, and he continued working regularly doing a variety of different movies, including land of the dead. He was George Romero Jorge Romero movie was great. But it's funny because you know in blue velvet, but I'll never forget seeing blue velvet for the first time I saw blue velvet velvet the lake St.. Lake street screening room. The place was packed. It's a fifty seat screening room. That's that we still watch movies. That's where that's where Patty and I saw walking tomorrow. Dr Donnelly street, so. I'll never never forget this sit next to ROY obviously. Because you know, that's who I sat next to all the time in the in the eighties and nineties when I saw movies. At the screening room. And the place was like there were people actually sitting on the on the side on the floor because this was such a highly anticipated movie, especially like movie geeks like us, you know, David Lynch new movie, it's gonna be great. So roy. Hated blue velvet. Hey did. I mean with a passion hated it. And was astonished at how much I loved it. And you know, gonna he's like, wait a minute. What he said he actually said something like the screen wasn't made for crap like that. We didn't use the word crap. He's he's the other word and. And I just remember that reaction. And I was like I I can understand right? Y y you don't y you didn't enjoy that movie. It's this is not a movie, I this is not a movie for ROY Leonard. I gotta tell you. It's not. And then when it went on to become a huge hit that it became and get these amazing reviews. You know, ROY was like I don't understand what's going on. So Lynch gets the director nomination. Okay. But what's funny is that I mean, clearly Dennis Hopper's performance. Blue velvet is is. Classic. I mean, it's a classic professing blue velvet, right? Oh, you haven't. Well, he he plays Frank booth in it. And it's one of the most despicable the scariest characters ever like in the history of movies. And he's amazing in it. It is a classic truly classic performance. But he got nominated for the Academy Award got nominated for hoosiers, which is a much nicer movie in a much nicer performance. You know, he plays the drunk time to turn his life around father of one of the players, and he has his moment where he coat you've seen hoosiers. Right. Yes. Was a moment where he coaches the team would you during a game? And then he falls off the wagon again and all that stuff, and it's a really wonderful performance. And it's a really sweet PG rated movie. And while everybody knew that the academy was honoring him for blue velvet. They gave him the nomination for hoosiers. And that not that he wasn't good and hoosiers because he was great news. It was just as soon as those nominations were announced. It was like, yeah. Of course, they're not gonna give it to them for blue velvet huffing on some sort of gas in in a oxygen mask just doing horrible things to Isabela Rossellini. Yeah. Roy the guy did ROY hate that movie. Oh my God. All right. How about this? How about this guy? Dennis hop or not. Did. Get nominated Danny Glover, this this is this is a surprising one at as a surprise. Perhaps a victim of the oscarssowhite hashtag before the hashtag in D Twitter existed. Danny Glover's career trajectory was exactly the sort that would have him cosily racking up nominations after all the academy usually loves. A commercial actor as in Glover's lethal weapon stint which qualifies him as such who goes serious. It's remarkable that Glover didn't get recognized for the color purple when picked up eleven other Oscar nods. Yeah, he didn't get how many for color purple. He played a memorable villain in witness which had eight nominations, but for his work on TV, especially Mandela in lonesome dove. He was met with award success. Glover's coming up slate is is not so great. And so we'll see we'll see if he if he will get that chance. But I'm surprised by that, you know, it was a great movie we see my favorite, Danny Glover performance. It's a small film by a brilliant filmmaker named Charles Burnett, and it's called a sleep with anger. Anybody gets a chance to see that Houdini Glover is unbelievable in that. Actually, everybody is unbelievable number. It's one of my favorite movies in the nineties skull to sleep with anger. Charles burnett. A brilliant African American filmmaker who's made a a lot of really great films, but to sleep with anger. That's my favorite Danny Glover performance. It was a little it's a little movie that wasn't going to get recognized by the academy in any way. And it's also weird. It's also also very strange movie, a very strange movie, but that's my favorite Danny Glover performance. But again, that's a great. That's a great choice. Danny Glover never been nominated for an Academy Award. Despite the fact that he was in the color purple which was nominated for eleven. So let's break we got the news coming up, and then more actors who have never been nominated for an Academy Award. This.

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