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Debra Winger Quit 'a League of Their Own'
"A hollywood actress is coming for. Madonna debra. Winger everyone gets you. We'll says she quit a league of their own because of the material girl. Deborah was set to play gena davis his role but she told the telegraph that she thought madonna getting cast. Return movie into an elvis presley film. So she bought out. Don't worry she got her. When deborah was asked about madonna's performance in the movie. She pulled her petty lever and said i think her acting career has spoken for itself.
Gena Jaffe, Founder of Connecting Rainbows, Shares Her Experience with Reciprocal IVF
"And jenna jaffe. My wife and i have two beautiful children through reciprocal via and i just started a new business called connecting rainbows where we're connecting. Lgbtq plus individuals and families with lawyers who specialize in working with the community and also providing fertility resources to help boom twenty-four. Look vows mazing. That's really really good. I guess when you do reciprocal again. You don't have to say like you just all you have to say is i did reciprocal. And you don't have to say. I carry the baby's available although we're you have to get into that but a big portion is taken care of with and we were connected with you through living rosa right. Yes yeah ladies. i know. They're so delightful and they're doing good work in. You're doing good work and so we hopped on the phone. We were like obviously we have to have jan on this podcast alley. And here you are with your behind your. your house. Looks very soothing. And calm i know when you have kids. This is my bedroom. Why oh yeah. Houston sleep here though. He's leonardo why it's nice. We have one of those for old. Is your son because that buddha looks like something that could just be leveled on someone like this is normally not ear ivory decorated from the office. He's four. He likes buddha. That we have a big buddha painting in our bedrooms. So he's about. The buddha is pre k. earnings. He's improving he's in preschool. He just turned force. He's in preschool. Let's get into the kids and how they were made in the reciprocal. Rv will talk about that. How did you all decide. That's what you're gonna do. It was not the plan originally. I mean what goes according to always change exactly so. My wife is three years older. So we like okay you go. I know she always had a desire to carry and still we started the process. And we were like okay. We'll both do why not at the same time so that we can each carry each have a biological child rate because that seems important before you had children so then. We started the process in my wife and started lowering her meds now. It's a bit of a disaster. I love you anna. If by the way we're constantly bashing our wives and then being like love you just get. Jk she owns it. She owns a. We're very big on mental health depression. She's got an executive. It's like a party. We just put our dog anxiety meds like it's just so it was just not going to be a good thing to not be on the good drugs so i said to her. Hey why don't why don't i go first. And she's like well. I don't want to give up being pregnant and having a biological trial since that was like a dream of hers. And i said okay well. Why don't i carry. You're a. i don't know. I didn't know anyone who did this but we found an instagram community. Other lesbians did reciprocal at so. We had kind of started learning about that option. You know it's funny. So many people think they invented it. Like we've heard so many people say that same thing there like i never heard of it. We had one lesbian couple who've literally said we thought we invented something very cool and funny and there's so many people who do it. Which is that's fascinating because it's just like it's one of the dreams it's like wouldn't it. Be great if you're hage but you don't think that somebody could have actually invented that it's a meeting that it's at works okay. Well it's also surrogacy yet. Basically they've been doing this a really long time with straight people but yet we're all like we did
Harry and Meghan's Oprah interview marks turning point
"Royal families preparing for blowback from Harry and Negan's interview with Oprah Winfrey that's set to air tonight. It's about their experiences in the palace and ABC is Julia McFarland in London says That's not the only issue on the Royal family's agenda. The palace also taking heat for the decision to open it. Investigation into claims that Meghan bullied stuff. Friends of the duchess now taking to social media to offer her their support Actress Gena Jovanka tweeting his what she is Kind, strong, open his what? She's not a bully.
Houston Christian leader speaks out against Christians being "bullied" in Hollywood
"Cultures. Next target is going to be Christian films. This is after actress Gena Khurana was fired by Disney for expressing conservative views on Social media. Christian leaders say the push to silence traditional viewpoints. Is anti American. Those who believe in and willing to use power of government to punish and silence those who disagree with them is not an American or Christian ideal. Dave Welsh with the Houston area Pastors Council says his ironic the same Hollywood liberals who quote advocate against bullying They're the ones who are bullying. Anyone who doesn't think like they do conservatives. State of Texas, expecting
The Frame 5th Anniversary Special
"We launched the frame. We were doing something for the the very first time I had been a print reporter my entire life so we ask our guests for stories when they first succeeded or failed old. We have a thirty second request though in two weeks. Everybody who comes on is saying the first thing that something happened. I M Gena Davis and the first time fine I got cast in a movie was in tootsie. Few the first job did I failed and actually got fired on American gangster. I'm John Stewart the first time. I've bobbed onstage. funnily enough was the first time I was on stage. For some reason I was absolutely not nervous at all. The first scene was with Dustin Hoffman in my underwear but what I learned from that was Is Not all about me and you have to learn how to advocate sometimes as a filmmaker The Bitter End New York City. One o'clock in the morning following three doors cover bands. I had a good five minutes prepared about two minutes into the audience realized I might suck at this. The funniest thing was I didn't know you're only supposed to come on the days that you're working and nobody bothered to to tell me for six weeks. I showed up at six and went home when everybody else did. I'd get a chair and put it right next to Sydney Pollack considerable bad day avenue. I still feel that page on the is I walked into the night I thought to myself you know. There are a lot of law schools if I could I could go to them. And our first guest in two thousand fourteen was Christopher Nolan He. He was about to release his movie. Interstellar a lot of people are saying that this is your most personal film. How do you respond to that? You take a compliment. You think they might be right. I basic they don't know me so I I do you know yourself. I don't know Myself Derby when either you've been a lot of real world events that have driven our coverage over the years but the one that coincided with our launch was a Sony Hack today today the. US government pointed the finger of blame directly at North Korea with a devastating cyber attack against Sony. Pictures taken down the movie. The interview. That poked fun on at the North Korean dictator whole. They caused a Lotta damage. The cyber attack of Sony pictures which allegedly was conducted by North Korea came in response to a movie. It was called the interview. It Starts Seth Rogan and James Franco. It was a crazy story. It evolved every day and in the middle of it Dan Sterling in who was the screenwriter of the interview was with us in studio. Hi thanks for having me. It's very rare that a screenwriter is like with us to talk about breaking news news so I guess my breaking news questions. What the Hell's going on today? Well I just know what's going on in my email inbox which is an increasing flood of people asking me if if I'm okay both emotionally physically and financially was your answer. What do you tell you know? I was at a party on Saturday night where the host was introducing me to everybody the at the Party as this is the guy that brought down Sony exit was funny. Well the first four or five hundred times. The joke was made. It was funny except Except actually it's a way it's actually not funny to me I'm It's been a surreal experience. I'm still very much in the middle of the one thing that I know that I'm not happy about is actually The real suffering that is going on at Sony. Not Not just by the person who green lit my films so bravely but also by all the other people affected by the hack. I'm quite concerned about them there. There's so much about this story. We'll get to the film in it in a second. But what about about the reaction to the film itself has been the most surprising to you. Well look About a year ago today I was I was on a sound stage age and I was at the monitor watching Seth Rogan who was completely naked except for a sock around his penis and he had a bunch of Salami Alami tucked between his buttocks that a German shepherd was eating out of because the scene was he was being Sniffed by you know a bomb sniffing dog and I was laughing my head off sitting next to his mother who seemed to be used to these sorts of things and she was knitting a scarf and at the time Nothing like any. This could have occurred to me because the movie is just a in our minds was supposed to be an outrageous of course somewhat provocative but totally hilarious comedy which I think that it is but the the the reaction by the North Korean government was surprising to me And all of the things that have ensued have been. Ah I was quite naive going into
Disney is using AI to correct gender bias in its movies
"Disney is making strives in Ah Inclusion and they they've actually utilize they're utilizing a new tool that I guess checks their film and TV scripts her gender bias so what is going on there yeah so James Davis who is the Oscar winning actress who founded the Gena Davis Institute on Gender in Media Back in two thousand four she been sort of the forefront of representation in culture she and her team have developed this new digital tool that uses artificial intelligence to check tips for gender bias and the Walt Disney Company has agreed to be like basically the test case for this thing to use to team up with them and use this tool on all of its upcoming home and TV projects so it's basically a tool that uses machine learning to read here too rapidly analyze the text of a script to determine its number of male and female L. characters and whether they're representative of the real population at large so it's important to note that Gena Davis doesn't view this as a tactic to shame any the writers or filmmakers for a writing one-sided screenplays or anything but she's trying to shine a light on the unconscious bias that is in Hollywood and hopefully provide opportunities to sort of correct those instances before these projects go into production this for me it sounds like a real really cool idea and the idea that Disney acknowledging that this is an area where they can improve is a big step in and of itself in that they're taking action is a cool thing here I just think we should I I'm curious what you guys think about this but for me it seems like this is you know as somebody I assume all three of us think that represent representation is a very important area where Hollywood can improve but at the same time something like this should not necessarily be like the end all be all decision-maker for how movies are made because you know you have like the Shawshank for Shawshank redemption for example like if you made half of that cast women yes it would be an example of parody on screen but it wouldn't make any sense at all because that story is set almost entirely an immense prison facility so I think it has to be on a case by case basis but in terms of like a a step in the right direction and certainly helpful guideline for sort of opening people's eyes and and giving people opportunities to make substantive change I think this is a really cool thing I just feel like why have a tool for this and not just have someone like if you're Disney and you can afford to have this like one a have a position like one person that is they're not only to a check every film and TV script for gender bias but also for insensitivity towards cultures and you like everything like it feels like that could be a position they create so much content because the computers are out to take all of our jobs feeder you know that's I just feel like it would be much easier to have a person who can have the mindset sets these things and a one one says over an algorithm but I don't know what do I
"gena" Discussed on X96
"Is that the world yeah this is radio for myself with Kerry Phil and gena X. R. K. FM HD one Bravo ninety six point three FM or three listed X. ninety six dot com and it's always a regional alternative X. ninety six for yourself my manual never be what is in I'm not as brave as you are great just great just wasted on fixing the problems that she made in and it was you have seen this grace is wasted in and it was deny mine then nine mon radio from health with Kerry Jackson bill already and you have our very own X. ninety six it's often said that people of Utah speak a language all their own it's a language that's often confusing and even incomprehensible to newcomers here in the beehive state radio from hell presents a handy guide to help everyone understand how the native speaker to Utah word of the day and today's word is needs to tricky word Krenz K. R. E. N. Z. now will be favored with an example of how to use this you tell word in a sentence let's listen as our two local yokels discuss the doings of the day and at some point use the word Krenz again the word we are after is Krenz you know a grand a sure do like our morning coffee meetings here to the Harmons grocery store they make a fine cuppa mud as any place in town I think the least as good if not better than the store books of which there is one on every Golder corner well I agree with that so many of the coffee situation Lamar it is a real good look at Joe here to the home and I got good stuff to tide me over between breakfast and lunch too I mean you want to try one of these French Crawley songs they're booked premium flaky and just downright tasty with the baby jail well that's fine but if it's all the same to you Mister international cuisine I will stick with my delicious American Danish pastry and I'm saving.
Geena Davis, David Lynch, more to receive honorary Oscars
"We're already talking Oscars of the governor's awards have announced the recipients this year. Now, the governor award, the honorary Oscars remember those away from the telecast, and to a separate ceremony that happens later in the year this year's recipients include Gena Davis. David Lynch actor, Wes, Studi and director, Lena were muehler. So. Well, it's like, gene her shots award like Angelina got that. It's like a humanitarian okay, let's Gena Davis giving it for. She's getting it for women the women stuff. That's right. Gina davis. Not only did she win an Oscar for the accidental tourist back in the eighties for her acting but Gina Davis is the founder and chair of the genus date. Gena Davis institute on gender in media. Her nonprofit that pushes companies to create a wired variety of female characters in programming and movie. A long time ago before before me to before everything. She'll really good for her. Yeah. She's super passionate. A word didn't she make a Nazi propaganda films. No, Lenny re. She is no longer in this, this woman. She became the first woman to receive an Oscar nomination for directing back in nineteen seventy six that film, seven beauties and to this day, only five women have been nominated for the Oscar for best directing one woman, winning the prize. That was Kathryn Bigelow. Yeah. That, that was such a good movie. But that is number believably mad that is unbelievably bad. Remember, Barbara Streisand has been nominated one of the women for best director this. We have that to look forward to the governor's awards. We'll be happening October. Twenty seventh they are not televised. But usually we'll get an ice clip real during
"gena" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"If neither of us young red pit though. Well, he's a bad not a bad guy. But he's not a great guy. So it Susan Sarandon and Gena Davis in opposite order so Thelma is Gina and Louise is Susan and they go on a trip that's supposed to be a weekend trip to get away from Gina. David thelma's husband, who sucks and Louise's dating a musician. But he's just recapping. The expert on this movie if you could speak since rain dating a traveling musician so the goal on this weekend, but they stop at a bar on their way out to the trip and the guy tries to rape Gena Davis in the parking lot. I said like as if it would soften what I was about to say actually just made it to her. But so then so facto concorded -ly, Louise shoots him and kills him. But they don't go to the cops because they think that the cops won't believe that he was trying to rape her. And they'll just think murderer which pretty accurate I'd say, yeah. So anyway, then are running from the law, and they get into all this crazy stuff. And then at the end, they shall we? I don't know if we should say, I don't think every person. Limitations person. We'll just give. Disclaimer just spoiler. If you haven't seen moving push the. Push the movies push button. Okay. So at the very end there cornered by the law. Say it. No, you should say that was the whole point of the bit. Probably a little they killed himself. They drive off a cliff. No. I know. But I said it it wasn't working. We tried it didn't work. So he you know, what I realize after last pot. I say, so here's the thing a lot. Yeah. So don't get in your head about it. Here's one of the things. Okay. Improvement. You also do that to me, you know, that you go to things, and then you go and you give me five. Some in the ways I haven't seen it. And yet, I know it is it is a duo. They are duo that is commonly referenced as the pit Amee of friendship, and like badass women who will go through anything together Wayne and Garth same. Yeah. But they don't they don't drive off a cliff together there but into that situation for sure Wouldn't. wouldn't. Yeah. I love Wayne and Garth Wayne's world. So great we used to reference it a lot in production meetings of garbage time because we felt like we're making a local access television show, and we actually were, but it's I they're just such that movie is so good for comedy and a love it. But Thelma, and Louise what what I cons in that movie that I've seen so many many times. Honestly, really, I feel like I couldn't not choose it. So I think I have I'm going with them on these really. Oh, oh, where are you going to say anything different Selma? I wait what? I think you would be well, no, I'm probably film in your probably Louise forget, which ones Louisa Susan Sarandon. My Susan Sarandon Gina, Dave. I think your season Susan serandon. But because you would protect me in a situation room..
"gena" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Mama. At night. Challe come on. Now. One. This is the shining. The mom was filming it to be light. Look, this is this is what's happened came across it. So when the Momo mother bird thing creature appears it directs you to click on a link embedded into the video. And then that's it takes the child away from that YouTube site, and then goes to the Momo challenge site where that it's issuing almost like a suicide challenge for your children to follow and it was mass hysteria mean everybody. Some kid. I mean, I've heard back and forth. Whether this is real or not I saw some kid like chop off his hair. Well, there were certain instructions when you clicked on the site where it would say run full speed, and it was different language to where it was like cart full speed ahead into the wall into a wall with that sort of thing. So it's interesting language. I don't know if that's like crossing over country to country, you're how that works. Like a six year old boy in Texas who call the police on it when it came upon his the scared him, so bad. But today, we are learning that the Momo creature. The mother bird has been destroyed. The creator is a guy out of Japan who created this thing. And I was just telling Jared that we're just doing a little bit of research on the mother birds what they call it. And it was created by this Japanese artist who said it was kind of like a folklore type thing where the idea was a woman dies during childbirth. And then she comes back as a chicken or this creature to haunt the place where she was he wasn't a cartoon or just he's an artist. And he said that he created it years ago. And that what he said there's two two things that he's feeling about it and won the world has now seen his creation. Right. Number two. He feels terrible because it's being used in this way, nothing to do with the, mama. Gena original creature wasn't a Momo challenge. It was something for like a horror thing something into a museum. It was on display goggle found the picture uploaded. It and started using on read it in different places to say, oh do this. But it's not like wasn't formed for that reason now, and it's been destroyed because he said he created it so many years ago that I think his officials words were it wasn't. It was never meant to last. It was in a museum. It was on display, and then it was sitting in a closet, just rotting. How do parents deal with this? How do you deal with it? We do have on the phone with us out of Austin, Texas. He's been on ABC NBC, Dr John Huber, he's a chairman for mainstream mental health, and there are a nonprofit trying to help people who suffer from mental health issues and also helps since things of this nature clinical forensic psychologist, Dr Huber welcome to the show. Good morning. Good morning. And you know, the thing with Mahler challenge. This is actually the second derivation of it actually came in last summer. And it came out of Argentina originally. And what happens is the kid follow that link at actually embeds itself into your your cell phone, or your tablet and the data mining, and it starts watching your kids behavior. And then it starts popping up when they're not paying attention to it and says, hey, we know what websites you went to you need to do this. Or we're going to tell your family or your best friend. If you're a teenager, and you're listening, if you're a child, and your may came across it, look, what can what are what are some things. People can do. Well, I it's very difficult because you know, the kids spend all day long on their on their tablets and cellphones while you're at work, and you're trying to do things that are basically real world issues. So my best recommendation is be involved as much as you possibly can with your kids. You know, find a way to volunteer once a month at your kid's school. Let people know, you know, who you are around the school network and your your others child's classmates, but probably the simplest thing is use the same technology that's Momo challenges using and their parenting monitoring absence. You can get some are really, really inexpensive. I think the most expensive what I found is like fifty five or sixty dollars a year. It's not outrageous and. They have people who their whole job is to monitor this stuff all the time. You don't have to worry about it. And they'll be watching what your kids are doing where they're going. Dr John Huber. He's a forensic clinical psychologist joining us out of Austin, Texas. It's are curious are I can picture, and I'm not trying to pigeonhole one group of kids, but you know, Jared, and and and Jason and maximize think about when you were young teenage boys, and if you would have been and gross to, but for some reason, I think boys you get in this and you're thirteen fourteen years old. And then all of a sudden, you're showing your friends look at this weird stuff. I've seen on the on the internet. And then that's how it spreads like wildfire. Oh, yeah, happens, and we are going to ask doctor Huber if you will stay on the line with us for just a few moments more Jared. I know that there's something going on in your personal life that you would like to share with us and Dr Hebrew, if you can stay Jared will share that with us next. In.
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"gena" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"The first girl before that girl, the first grade crush on and the first call I kind of full picture myself having sex with. Yeah, I met her eighth grade. And he was saying Gena she died a year ago mysteriously in her bed. They sort of crises. So I didn't even know the funeral. I didn't even know you could have. I didn't know that either. I it's I don't want to say what I think. But anyway, I didn't want to go to the funeral because if she's Muslim so it's open casket with no embalmment, and I didn't want to see her in a casket like that. Yeah. That's another reason. So Mojo families that and the girl I girl I ever thought I could lose my virginity to is now fucking dead. Wow. Like, I have to lose what am I waiting for? But I, but there isn't seem where you like you like for all these years. It feels like you were thinking of women almost not as people sometimes. But as possible chances to lose your virginity too. Because it seems like it became such a big thing and other people also made it a bigger thing for so then so then felt like you kind of like almost leaned into that. And also like it became this thing for you. So now that you've had sex. Do you have any regrets of how you handled women are relationships like decades, I do have some some regrets for some women? I've I wish I pursued some women harder. I wish some other women. I knew in the back off sooner. No. But I do wish but a lot of it was nervousness over this act over what happened when we had sex. And I wish I didn't have that in my head. I wish it kind of it was a girl in my college would said she was gonna have sex with a twenty first birthday. And I got nervous. Pharmacy sex. Yeah. I should have just had sex with her back. Then. Oh, so you didn't are you nervous again. But I should I just wish I do wish though. I also do wish though at the time a girl like her had been like, no, we're having sex and just kind of took me by the hand. That's not not honoring your. Yeah. Yes. Me too. We'd be way. I wish it was raped colitis fear of the act like there had to be something more. So people hurt you. And that's that explains the emotional connection. But like the act I felt it was going to be good at the act. And like, let's say like there was there were girls that I had feelings for okay? I feel like so we both have feelings for others. We I wanna be your boyfriend your girlfriend in the sex, and I'm so bad at sex or I'm so bad at the act that she basically was like get away from you..
"gena" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Beat this meet right. Gets off. Beat the meat. He has to getting it off though. The weird thing is that how does babboons turning inside out turn Gena Davis on because she's like, fuck boom, got turned inside out little shit in this move. I've ever seen, hey, you're of cute. Shoot that by Boone Kirk inside their puts like they get all smooch face and it's like, that's like a. We that for me was the only jarring thing where like, okay, they're spending time together trying to get this stuff to work. But then all of a sudden she just like, ooh, you look sexy. I don't get why, but sure. He's, he's a handsome, man. I buy it because they have just instantaneous chemistry of each other in later on. I mean, after this movie, Gena Davis and Goldblum actually dated for a long time for years even. And I think again, that's what's the most effective about this film is their relationship of the character stuff. But yeah, when they start fucking hot. I'm sorry, man, it gets gets even better as film. Into this, really, I buy it. This is it just feels it feels natural man. About the six just like basic eighties movie, like under the covers get. We saw him, come bellator, waiter on this is like he's just thrust in their sweating, like the sweating, like that's authentic. That's bloom sweats, good makeup work. Some craft moist this crafted on his face, but but here's the thing though over time that we talk about the me, but over time they're trying to get the meat down, not just the fucking, but the meat of transferring different kind of products and skin tissue and things like that. And they start having meals together. They start eating fake stakes like they're about to do right here the trying to get this whole thing to work and slowly and surely does, and they're spending all this time together getting more and more lovely and wonderful thing that you see building in this first act of this movie. These people are falling in love over science. It's beautiful thing. It's the wet dream of any nerdy king things. He's just like, beautiful journalists. Yeah, things to me. That's all cool. Actually, that's really cool because it's like, you know, it's very sweet and it's nice, and it's very positive for them to start a horror movie, at least what you think is a horror movie just like that. Very, very sweetly, very calmly in Mary romance. It makes you like the characters which you don't often get a lot of horror films, right? You know, you just sometimes you just don't care if they live or whatever, but these people are really cool and what's even better to kind of contrast that is the fact that was boron. That is a crazy motherfucker. He just shows up when she's trying to buy Jack. It's like I was following you all night. You wanna sit on his dick. You take time cover like he's a customer in a clothing store and she's being cool. She's like, oh, fuck what you and he's making a goddamn full of himself groveling on the ground like this making jackass of himself, which is weird for this character because and a little bit of jump ahead. He's the one that comes and saves the day apparently, which is a weird change for him because it's like, are we supposed to forget that he embarrassed her in front of everybody? Like are we supposed to forget the fact chastising you wanna sit on the dick heat, like it's crazy thing for this character. I forgot the actor's name. He gives a good performance because he's so exaggerated at the top. I think it's good. He's doing it works, but Yet yet. there was a lot of alternate ending shot for this film apparently or maybe they were on the page where I responded right now where he end up together at the end..
"gena" Discussed on Bill O'Reilly's Free Podcast
"Bringing Gena ellos. She is a brilliant attorney out of Denver Colorado. She works for the James Dobson family institute. She has on criminal cases in her career. So you know, I'm not much for speculation, but here somebody's lying. The Kavanagh's lying or the accusers are lying. Okay, or to whether the three or but somebody's lying in each case. Let's take the avenue ATI situation because this seems to be the most outrageous of the three. If it's demonstrated that there were not ten parties, that no one who attended any of those parties remembers anything like a gang rape or spiking of the punch intoxicating women. If that's demonstrated. By an investigation by a recantation by whatever. What happens to the accuser and Evan ATI. Well, adding ATI has a bar license. And so for him, the consequences would be from the attorney regulation counsel in the states that he is a bar licensed in, and he should be very careful about that. But what. Basically, aren't. He Levin ATI could lose licensed to practice law. Could he be held in any criminal way. It depends. It depends. Because right now we're litigating on Twitter and the fact that avenue d has only put this particular allegation out into the context of Twitter. His client is not a yet scheduled to testify, they actually haven't filed any sort of a police report or complaint. And so the fact that he's just trying to put this out there and call for the derailing of the entire on nomination process and the confirmation then he's really not risking much right now in terms of plant isn't really risking much because. With me because I'm a simple man. He has obtained a sworn affidavit from his client. All right. He has shown that affidavit in public incentive to people apparently Senate to the Senate Judiciary committee. Apparently they have. So it's more than just Twitter got the sworn affidavit Senate out. No. If it turns out to be bogus, a total fraud, he has no criminal liability..
"gena" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"Nice now who is on Gena Davis. Aside in that movie. Who's Lori petty side because Lori petty is treated like shit by Davis at whole goddamn moving Davis. Shit does not stink. Alone on an island. We hate Gena Davis. I think she thinks she's so smart. Archery what. I saw cutthroat island. I was there. Yeah. I'm not forgetting that. I watched all of Madam President or whatever. The thing was what she was the President Madam President, right? She's the president that's different than Madam secretary of something, something. There was a show briefly, Gena Davis was the president. He knew she was the president because every episode she would go and may I remind you. I am the president of the United States of what America. All right. So she gets, she's now in water and power is control and Malcolm McDowell, you killed so many of my men. I'm going to keep you. Would you like to jog. This is just a very long job interview that he all All this this. torture through the whole and everything like that. Yeah, it was just like, hey, do you want to work for me? No, of course, these this shitty boss, she knows that she heard about the glass walk also glass by the way. We didn't mention it, but he totally just kills that guy. Turns them into the little water bottle. You could use some real goop kind of Cooper. Like Nickelodeon Gak Gwyneth Paltrow websites. Oh my God. If McDowell slimy at the end of this movie. No doubt. I can't say that on. What would I do them as? Are you asking me what I would do. Oh, there's all this garbage in this big nose. Cats believe picking through this? No. Our Juneau. He was quoted, holy tits, forgot about this. He was quoted. They were like, hey, Malcolm McDowell. What did you think that we're gonna tank girl and he was like, you know, the thing about Tanka was reminded me a lot of clockwork. Attitude. Shit. Shit reminded me of clockwork on because I was paid for that movie as well. Indeed I pay. I was paying for both bills and indeed their cameras with. So many similarities I talked to and I got lunch. What else is there. And then so didn't I say she was named of this movie? This is awesome. It's the, it's the best thing on the driven for this movie Naomi watts. Ashamed of this movie. There's no interviews. No quotes anything. They just know it or did she added herself. Late one night set of whatever twenty one grams. No fucking tanker. I am a shame. Her name was buddy games remake rules are actually pretty good. Eighteen of twenty people found is trivia bid helpful? Who are the do people that were like, well, that's not. I know wants me to Mark helpful, but I'm not going to do it. I would just love if she did that for all movies, like Mulholland Drive very proud. She wished it worked out to be that TV show that ABC rejected, but this'll do. So, yeah, tankers like working for Malcolm McDowell. She's like doing a bunch of mechanical worker. Something we get a weird. It's like the most on sexual showers seem that is tried to play like a sexual shower scene because you can't use water to bays, but you can put Hortas head to it. Now it's sexy, that'll make anything sexy, well, this women's being covered in the delousing agent. How do we sex it up a bit? I don't Portas. But they're feeling it's like slow motion. She posed this handle all this powders falling all over powdered sugar. Welcome back to unwrapped with Marc summers. Mark, that is too much powdered sugar. Out for the best sugared Lori Petty's in the whole area. You gotta go to Milwaukee. I mean, how many donuts you You make make it. it. Oh, man. So she's like sort of meets Naomi watts at this point is jet girl. So there's tank girl, and there's jet girl jet girls like this mechanic on jets what a clever name with this person. And there's like Malcolm McDowell. Number two is this guy that's trying to like, of course, wants to have sex with them, and that's not nice, and it's not really an issue. No, I do city and Lori petty. Like put the a crank is plans making out now. Me Watson guys, like what is great. It's a classic nineteen ninety five shit head movie move where he goes..
"gena" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"I am a feminist but i just did the hundred episode of the guilty feminist playdium and i saw an amazing photo of me with gena who works with me and without gina really just my days in bed and she was there on stage with me and i brought her out say how much i owed her and a center this picture saying this picture means so much to me and she sent back a little primacy and then i sent because we both look in what we look we are now i know that in doesn't equal better i know i've been persuaded by the patriarchy to think that very haunt gets that nice listen and a pitch though in that moment i thought i'm seven est but i walked onto my two year old son day i wear a pencil skirt for casting and he went what's faye smart and i says it's skirts and he he went skirt i li skirts skirts for mummies then the next day said skirt for you again hashtag my sexist baby oh my god oh i got jess no he's too wow yeah sometimes it just says talk oh he's got to be such blaner as it's going to grow up explain to girls what so i'm a feminist but i saw myself in a picture of the hundred episode of the guilty feminist fishnet tights it was the same photo sent an i decided that my legs looked so shapely i would never not wear fishnet stockings again.
"gena" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"So the fly nineteen sixty kronenbourg jeff goldblum gena davis got a great long email here from robert spencer the fly is one of the greatest films one thousand nine hundred s god i washed this many years ago as an r rated slash eighteen release in other words video nasty as far as i was concerned which is at thing one of the best expedition for your scenes in film party brundle chance up the girl tells he's researching something awesome takes back and demonstrates the scifi premise nonchalantly off we go breathtaking in its ability to abuse the plots please god can more films imitate this a really insightful take on the film and opening it has mazing opening credit sequence as well which is just these over me like colorful shapes or dividing and moving in swarming around i it's actually fly vision yeah exactly he's actually people just shot through some some kind of weird a lot of scope pick lens but yeah it's amazing the effective always been committed to the opening title sequence you know he's he's spoken before about the fact that we just don't really get them anymore it's always we just thrown straight into the action often with the the credits appearing over the first scene of the movies he seems to be really keen to states crucial in you have this this code open affected require mundane scene for the film but yeah just just kind of foreshadowing you have this really beautiful eerie tone setting opening title sequence also so refreshing to watch a film wellness the entire film is so mundane mostly action takes place in his loft apartment way has is scientific at up.
"gena" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer
"Also love to recommend our book that might be helpful because there's one woman in new york called mama gena and it's about g e n a and she really helps women on their bodies all sizes all shapes like like a queen mama gena like i think you said yeah she's got a book called the guy to the womanly arts to start and then she's got great programs to and i think that she's one that really helps us kind of get over the body issues actually says in regards to marriage sex questions have an army wife with a toddler at home with my husband in the military he's gone frequently so i've learned to shutdown my urges because he's gone so much but then have trouble flipping the switch back on when he's home i've kind of conditioned myself to never have sex he on the other hand wanted constantly when he's home and pictures and videos when he's not home what do you suggest for part time long distance marriages with kids in the house you know i'm worried about the modes that she's that she's created to cope and i got why she has his on mode and an off mode in order to just deal with his absence but the problem with that is not only is it hard to switch back on but she's cutting off the the everyday experience of what it is to be on you know when we're on as women it's not just that we have to have physical sex but to be moving about life like your your senses are on your turned on by great food or a cold glass of water or you know the sunshine in the air on your body like there's a sensual away of being in life that has a woman stay open to pleasure and she's completely shutting that off so she's getting used to no pleasure whatsoever you know there's a.
"gena" Discussed on Jenna & Julien Podcast
"Really cast it takes place old the thirties forties boy julen in color yeah but seppi sepe sepe starring madonna and gena davis and tom hanks like gena davis to one and stuart little i don't know that that really don't yes or no is is gena davis through mom i think it is i think you might wanna play dadi i think he's it through little good film couple of them wow what i'm just trying to think that if we did that i think it'd be really funny but like clockwork orange fucking love disturbing movie reason but like it just hit you in this visceral place of your just like it made me feel something whenever i'm consuming anything that's why like youtube so much because i feel like you get that feeling because you're watching real people the most part you're you know some of its workers straighted but like when you watch something that makes the connects with you on a visceral like level that's really all i'm looking for when i'm watching content like they're better shows on hulu that make me feel like the handmaid's sale are you kidding me series in order for me to like show the context or a movie like it doesn't matter of as anything to do with me like i just need to feel something in order to feel like i've enjoyed it you know what i mean even i think that's true for a lot of people i think that's what resonates with people as if they can if they can walk away get off the couch move on with their day like nothing happened then it's like okay it was great but whatever but if you if you're thinking about a days and days later you're like damn man that's some fucking art right there that made me feel so fucking hard it's crazy it's crazy though because clock regarded as a great example.
"gena" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Future i can't either all right so here's one i have an answer to this i actually tweeted a couple of my own tweets that just because i had commentary that i'd throw in but frank thorpe of nbc's said gena hospital in a letter to mark warner quote that's this'll explain it the benefit in hindsight and and my experience as a senior agency leader the enhanced interrogation program is not one the cia should have undertaken in my answer was call it what it is it's torture and convinces you'll never allow it to happen again no matter what but apparently mark warner was convinced yup he says getting to yes was a difficult decision one helped by hassles willingness to be more forthcoming about her views on interrogation in the closed session and in a letter she sent a really will i have answers to that spencer ackerman measure akron is a really good national security reporter he's writing for the daily beast now and he i i think i've to buy him has bull could declassify this at any time the shears waterboarding is an unclassified fat and what he's responding to is this question to hassle did you receive the enhanced interrogation of illness sherry which included the use of the waterboard yes or no response please see the classified addendum for information about my classified assignments again spencer ackerman says hassled could declassify this at anytime the waterboarding was an unclassified fact it makes me sick to my stomach me too okay here's another one by spencer ackerman questions on offer the record submitted in in this one we'll see what he says i maybe i don't have to reach the whole thing spencer ackerman says hassle admits she was read into the torture program in october two thousand two which is the month she took over the thailand black site for insurance torture she hit obscured this at her public hearing and then he does some quotes so.
"gena" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"Women wearing these extremely tight out and that's rebellious comes from ballet was sort of body art and that it has become obviously this we look at now is higher yeah which i think it is yeah but in its when it first started that's that was the appeal was not was you know imagine if you're around like the elizabethan times you don't get a lot of opportunities to see angle yeah and now of a sudden you're seeing women dressed much as they are now in the ballet performing on a stage you know moving their body so beautifully you can imagine that that's another example of sort of going both ways you can appreciate it for the art but there's also a lot of people appreciating it for the i can't either yeah anyway i think it's one of those really interesting about this movie than it doesn't try to answering those questions but doesn't shy away from them ever yeah and there's another moment in the movie to which i thought was really interesting which i thought was the filmmakers being like we can't do much about it in this movie because of the period but i think we least need to address it at one point and that's the scene where there's an errand ball that that ends up going to the side of the field and there's a group of like black spectators watching and this woman comes up picks up the ball and tosses it over gena davis head like missing the cut off man and the throws like a perfect strike to the catcher and then like she has like take her glove oxy's like how man she really rolled up all while hard and she gives a little nod and i thought that was a great moment that they put in martin smart.
"gena" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"That's that's crazy that's football without pads i'm sorry but i'm just making a little psa announcement if you play baseball and you do that like what are you what are you doing man that's crazy i'm sorry but the whole time i was worried i was worried for these two i was like maybe the movie ends within both gaming and nisha because they're going to hit head so hard because she's i mean it's just not safe don't play baseball play baseball sorry but it was so i've i watched it and i was just like i get it i get it but baseball's weird so that is how happens and it's a it's a great it's a great opportunity to to show this climactic moment in their relationship because it is a literal collision and of course gena davis drops the ball which means rockford loses and her sister is the big winner do you think she dropped the ball on perfect and has a kid as a kid i always thought she jumped now i don't i don't think there yeah see that same question when i was watching it and it shows the hand and the kind of rolling great hand acting it was weird hand out i like to think that gena davis was inner trailer we need your hands of course but i i don't think she did it on purpose but i definitely think i don't think she was i don't think she was holding onto fuck i don't know 'cause when i sit here and i think i wanna say that she was going to let kit really try because in the beginning when she talking to her grandchildren she's like led him let him score few and then when the other one comes in you know give them hell and i just kept thinking like maybe she's finally letting kit hafer like crazy crazy moment but i think that she wouldn't have given the tip that she can't hit those i think i don't know i mean as a kid i thought that she did it on purpose now i just think that it looks like she did it and that wasn't the goal the goal was to be like oh she dropped it but i think it just.
"gena" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I watching ellie how did i not catch onto that right weird and this thing is that like you know this is i would we'll talk about scary imagery in a film which is what we're going to get into a lot of times i would say like this movie like this might be too much for a little ass yeah but at the same time this is a weird place because you know watching some of these things i would have been like oh that's too much that's too much but as a kid apparently i was fine with it because i didn't see any of this stuff and was like i remember that no so terrifying that it's burned in my what was the one thing that scared you as a kid that burned into your mind weirdly enough the san worm the sandwich this yeah okay so generally in your like is the one thing that you look at in cinema that you still find terrifying from when you were real young the nazi face melting in the raiders yes except that you remember that then you like yes that's something that i remember four my entire life one of the earliest moments of fear and this was not that i couldn't tell you what mine is because i don't really remember yet watch watch i'll i'll watch watch like oh my god this but really this had nothing in that there is a lot of opportunity for that to happen which is the crazy part about it but before we get to all that we gotta start with alec baldwin and gena davis because they're just too good old fashioned lovebirds the maitland and they just love each other on a home vacation doing god dan thing and when you're watching this you like this is probably going to end poorly.
"gena" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann
"Nothing's nothing is so different and they're those kind of luminaries man could you imagine that we had there was a time when no there was an wasn't that long ago it really wasn't well i've made this god what has happened i made the statement and it really blows me away when you look at a win back to the future came out in nineteen ninetyfive look back to nineteen fifty five and it seems so quite simple and now i think in two thousand fifteen when kids look back at nineteen five look oh my god what a simple lifestyle we've really yeah right yeah so it's amazing they had to sponsors they had a stop at poof there go and then the other one was the remington rand corporation and you know makers of business you know and they talk about the univac computer and they show one big as a house but they also made electric shavers oh sure shaver able save the bristles off a hairbrush there shaving a hairbrush or the peach off a fun and of course that's where peach fuzz comes from i get i think i could've made it in the world tv fifties not sure i can do it today well that's great well that's that's that is great yeah again i'm going to get an asterix next to your guilty pleasure let it go off win gena comes and get yours reviews of that by the way if we went to movies defended that i watched that people are like this is just terrible and feed it like seventy.
"gena" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"They they couldn't work i mean that was not how things were at the time via the the idea of liz lemon and thirty rock being wealthy enough and you know of a social position off to go to a fancy adoption agency run by gena davis and positively adopt a child the most recent of phenomena rather in the cases of a women being getting pregnant outside of marriage you have the rise of mother and baby homes mean shuttle the women off with the shuttle them off with their shame right and it was ideally to provide support for women in the nineteenth century who wanted or needed to hide their pregnancies um but it really was sort of like a a shame house shame central uh many of these women were pressured into giving up their children not all did so that's why it's still relevant to our single mother conversation but these mother and baby homes first appeared in england an eighteen ninety one under the guide of the salvation army and by nineteen sixty eight there were one hundred and seventy two known homes for unmarried mothers the majority of which were run by religious bodies but they had a like a blueprint for these homes because they were predated by homes known as penitentiaries or reformatories four quote pennant prostitutes so basically like gift these scary weirdo limbo women out of our way we don't want to deal with the wall and they were also shame d in these houses because if you get pregnant it's pretty obvious you've had sex before michael headway decide how that happened i think it is someone told me that once.