21 Burst results for "Guy Ritchie"
"guy ritchie" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The news radio 1000 FM 97 7 forecast from the northwest crawl space services weather center. We'll continue for the first part of the weekend, rain mixed with snowflakes are possible on Saturday with highs in the 40s and overnight lows in the 30s. We dry out on Sunday with similar temperatures. And we should stay dry for a couple more days to start the work week. I'm Kelly bier, and that's a check of your northwest news radio weather. In just a few years, the dream of a high-speed rail linking Southern California and Nevada's Las Vegas Strip could become a reality. ABC's Michelle franzen has an update on the $10 billion project that will create 35,000 jobs along the way to build it and 1000 permanent positions once it's completed. You might call it a high-speed train for high rollers. Work on the bullet train that would run from Southern California all the way to Las Vegas cleared a key hurdle. Bright line says it's reached an agreement with the high-speed rail labor coalition that's made up of 13 rail unions, construction on the fully electric train system will begin later this year, and that fast train will travel 200 mph, it's expected to be completed by 2027. Michelle Franz and ABC News. From creed to Chris Rock a bunch of new stuff to watch this weekend, ABC's Jason nathanson has a scoop. New in theaters this weekend, Adonis creed is back. I walked away with some unfinished business. Michael B. Jordan returns again to star in Crete three, which also marks his directorial debut in the film is expected to have the biggest opening weekend of the franchise. Operation fortune is an action comedy from Guy Ritchie starring Jason Statham. I'll replay Hugh Grant and more. Streaming. Nice to be here. Chris Rock is the comedian starring in Netflix's first live stand up special that's on Saturday and out now on Prime Video. What do you think the song's about? Daisy Jones and the 6 is about abandoned
The Big Picture
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Nicole hall center, really one of the goats, one of the great living filmmakers, one of the great remember when she co wrote the last duel with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon. Yes, I also enjoyed her press tour during that. Why didn't we nominate them for adaptive screenplay? People didn't like that movie. They didn't see it, and they didn't like it. I liked it. That's on them. You heard my feeling sounds good. 8 24, coming through again. My number 8, which might be a 2024 movie, but I don't think so. I say might because there's some complications there, but I'm just going to say it's Ferrari. Now Ferrari is the new feature film from Michael Mann about Enzo Ferrari. Starring Adam Driver as a Ferrari. And yet more old man Italian grooming and makeup. He loves to look older and uglier than he actually does. Love it. I can't wait. So one, this will be the CR turns into a falcon episode. This movie actually comes out this year. The complication, and you know, of course it's yet another movie about a man who is obsessed with precision and getting the job done and kind of emotional stasis and not growing, but staying focused on his work, who can relate to Michael Mann. We all can. The film is going to be distributed by STX, which has been in a bit of a tricky circumstance. There was a Guy Ritchie movie called operation fortune ruz de guerre. Starring Jason Statham and Aubrey Plaza that I saw like a year ago? That still is not out. That's an STX movie. Perhaps they should revisit the title. I thought it worked. Okay. It also preceded the white lotus energy that Aubrey Plaza hadn't. She has it in that movie too. So anyhow, SEX movies are, they have a bunch of movies that are done and they're just not putting them out because I think there's some financing complications at the company right now. They paid for Michael Mann's movie, the production raft last year. So I don't know what his post production is going to be. I really hope it comes out soon.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"guy ritchie" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Madonna appears to have declared herself gay. We think. TMZ's got this story that Madonna put up a TikTok video. Yesterday, that's got a lot of people wondering, it's a video that shows her throwing some panties at a trash can with the captain captioned if I miss, I'm gay. If I wrote that, they would just annihilate me. If I miss them get so she throws the pennies and the pennies fall very short of the bin and the camera cuts back to Madonna and she shrugs and walks away. They think this is pretty big news. TMZ thinks this is big news, assuming she's actually making some here. On the face of it, it looks like she might be coming out as a lesbian. That's what TMZ staff says or at the very least bisexual, but it's hard to say for sure. She's been into women, she's made public comments about that. She's even done things physically to show us she's like that. She's locked lips with Nicki Minaj, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera. But TMZ wrote this up and I want to ask Harvey Levin. Will you not around in the 90s? Have you forgotten a fling with the Miami nightclub owner Ingrid casares, the little hot Cuban girl? That was news everywhere. She wasn't hiding it. Or the fact that she had an affair with Sandra bernhardt? Of course, McDonald likes girls. Of course she's seen the world from both sides. What's happening with TMZ? What a slow news day. You think Madonna is gay? Yes, of course she is. I mean, that totally,
Bob and Sheri
"guy ritchie" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"For bob and sherry's personality parade keeping up with some very well-known celebrities around the world. Everybody remembers the Osborne's TV show, right? Do you remember our first date, my darling? No. Always been loaded that night. Yes, indeed. I mean, that was a really, really big hit, and you may have heard that the Osborne's at least Ozzy and Sharon are moving back to Great Britain, and she came out publicly and said the main reason we're moving is and this is not me. This is Sharon. America has become too violent. And we don't want to be around this many guns. So they are moving back in the BBC is jumping all over this. Bringing back their wild reality show to chart Sharon and Ozzy's United Kingdom homecoming. They're going to track their move back to England from Los Angeles. Now, this has been discussed in broadcasting circles for a long, long time. The idea that they could rekindle and get more energy out of an Osborne show if they relocated in Great Britain, and maybe it would only be a hit over there, but I bet it wouldn't. I bet it would be a hit back here in other places too. What do you think is Ozzie too far gone too old? To pull this off, I'm sorry, I have to say that there's probably a little business decision in here, you know? I mean, maybe they're saying that's the reason that they're doing it, but if there's money involved, you know. I think you're right too. I think you're exactly right too. I can see this happening, though. I can see all of the new things that they would be discovering after all those years in Los Angeles that are part of English life now that they would interact with. And I understand that their kids Jack and who was the other one, Kelly. Will appear at times. So it looks like the osbournes are coming back. Dolly Parton, it was just announced on her website, has a new line of products for animals, dogs. It's called doggy Parton. And you can buy it on her website and its little scarves and collars and little things for dogs. Doggy Parton got to be a hit, right? I would dress Sam in that in a second. Are you kidding? I would love that. I'd like a Dolly Parton wig for him for Halloween. That would be amazing. Did you hear the interview on YouTube with Madonna? She went on a live thing on YouTube, kind of like what you and I do with Facebook Live. And people could ask various questions. And somebody said, or asked, what is your favorite recreational. Endeavor? And she said, sex. She's 63. How old is her boyfriend? She's 64. Her boyfriend's 23. Right. Yeah. So, you know, she's still hanging in there and they asked her about her previous marriages. To Guy Ritchie and Sean Penn and her quote was they weren't the best ideas I've ever had. Which is an interesting way to put a look at ex marriages. They weren't the best idea I ever had. I started thinking about that. And after the Guy Ritchie divorce, she said, somebody asked her if she would get married again and Madonna said, I'd rather get hit by a train. Is it because she is such a big personality? And those two guys that she was married to were such big person. Huge personalities. Huge egos. Huge outlooks on what they want to be perceived as an accomplished in their lives. Is that too much too much combustion for someone like Madonna? I remember reading an interview and probably Vanity Fair. And I don't know why this one sentence stuck out and stayed in my memory, but it did. This was back when Madonna was married to Guy Ritchie, and they had baby Rocco, who's like, I think all grown up now and looks exactly like Guy Ritchie. Madonna, so it reporter for Vanity Fair, maybe it was Rolling Stone, who knows, is at home with Guy Ritchie and Madonna. And she's teaching him to play the guitar. So they're playing guitar together. And bickering and just all over each other and Madonna told the reporter. This is just how we are. We're really ready with each other. And so that was kind of like, and that was in the honeymoon phase. So I think you're right that it's just two really huge dominant personalities trying to make a go of it. Yeah, and you know, when you look at who she's been aligned with since and between marriages, it's always a 23 year old dancer. Isn't it? A dancer who is in her employ that, you know, is a talented person and probably a very nice person. There's been a few of them, but somebody with very little power compared to Madonna. Whereas also, have you had a lot of power, and same thing with Sean Penn. Let me just say, because you probably never really been around 23 year old professional male dancers. It's not about a lack of power. It's about an abundance of all kinds of other things. Well, I know. I mean, that's the obvious thing. But if you're talking about relating with the person day to day, you know, it's just like he comes in, whatever happens happens, they go somewhere, whatever happens happens. But she doesn't worry about too much. His feelings. Not like he would with a major director or a major star. And she's not looking to settle down. Obviously. Obviously, that's right. This happened when I was doped up pretty good on that nighttime cold medicine, so I was kind of fading in and out of sleep. And I woke up at one point. And Kev was watching something. And I don't know the name of the show. Maybe it was the foods that build America, I don't know. It was probably on the history channel, but it was about Hershey, Milton Hershey, and Hershey's chocolate and all of that. And so I was kind of going in and out of sleep watching it, but a couple of things that I was awake for stayed with me, and I don't know if you knew this. I learned this watching this TV show. And by the way, I double checked it to make sure it wasn't a dream. I did do some Googling and hunting around on the Internet. Hershey, Pennsylvania, the whole town, was originally built for the people who worked for the Hershey chocolate factory. And he wanted his workers to have a wonderful place to live. So he built, he designed Milton Hershey designed and built the town with little charming brick houses and lawns, and he wanted his employees and their families to have something fun to do when they weren't working. And what is now Hershey park, the chocolate theme park was originally built just for
Bob and Sheri
"guy ritchie" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"So it's partnering mission park Japanese. That's cool. Over to you. All right, this week, you're gonna have to get off the couch and go to the theater. And don't be complaining about it. You need to get out every once in a while and go somewhere. You can't sit around in your underwear, watching everything on Netflix. It's not healthy. You can't do it. Get out. Right. And when the movie is titled, bullet train, and it stars Brad Pitt, seeing it is a no brainer. 'cause no matter what's happening, it's happening at 200 miles an hour. I mean, it's really, you gotta go. The movie is based on a book by a Japanese novelist, katara Osaka, and it's about a pay assassin who's played by Brad Pitt that burned out from all the stress. And so he has spent a lot of time in therapy, and he thinks he's on his way to recovery. He's very determined to be positive and avoid any kind of negativity. And he's obsessed with the idea that he has terrible look when, in fact, over and over. He is saved by extraordinary moments of good luck. And because of the whole luck thing, his handler, a woman's voice that we all hear and I always say, are we here as her voice? We don't see her. Gives him the code name, ladybug. So you've got the paid assassins whose name is ladybug, just coming off therapy. And since this is his first job back, he's not looking for a killing job. So this is a very simple snatching grab as involves a briefcase and there's no mus, no fuss, just get the case and get out of the train. But it turns out that the train has quite a few killers and hit men and other people looking for the same briefcase. And most of these people, ladybug recognizes from other jobs, the situations, including previously being shot, not once, but twice by one of these people. I guess the assassin world is sort of small. You know how you bump into people all the time, you know, if you're in a small type, you know, it's as closed world, I guess. So they all know each other. But there's Kimura who's played by Andrew Koji and he's a dad who is being forced to kill someone to save a family member. A guy called wolf, who's played by Ben co 8 Martinez Ocasio, who is out for revenge, then you've got the twins, tangerine and lemon. They're played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Brian Tyree Henry. And ironically, they look absolutely nothing alike, of course. You got the hornet, who is another assassin who's played by Zazie Beetz. And lastly, you have prints played by Joey King, this tiny young girl dressed all in pink, who is the craziest bloodthirsty killer on the train. So as you might expect with a train full of killers, there's a lot of islands. There's really bloody up close violence, but at the same time, it's sort of ironic violence. And the movie really is very funny. I mean, this is the same director that did John Wick if that helps you understand the amount of violence I'm talking about. And you also got to think of in terms of Deadpool type of violence. So it's over the top, but it's very funny. There are multiple storylines involved in each of The Killers, but there's just thread that winds its way through all the stories and it gives you many aha moments and it leads to the ultimate villain in this movie, the white death, and he has played by Michael Shannon. And there's also some really great cameos in really surprised you. The movie is two hours and 7 minutes serrated over for strong and bloody violence, pervasive language and some brief sexuality. Everyone in the movie is excellent, but make no mistake. Brad Pitt carries this movie. He is so cool, very relaxed. And this really took me back to the first movie where I really started to love Brad Pitt, snatch by Guy Ritchie. And in fact, if you love movies by Guy Ritchie and Quentin Tarantino, this movie you will really, really, really like. This is a type of movie where Carla had to call me down constantly for laughing too loud when somebody's throat was cut or a person was being run over by a car. Which is probably too much TMI, you know, people make like I'm nuts, but my score on this is 5 buds. You gotta go see it. It's awesome. I think bread is having a moment, isn't he? He seems to be where these things. He is. Yeah. Really good. Yay. 5 bucks before training. Okay, sit tight, people's movie critic, more ahead, it's bob and cherry. At the bobbin sherry show, we've decided to make every day. And you can get in on the phone. Just submit a picture of your cat or you and your cat at our website. Bob and sherry dot com. Our big boss Tony Garcia assures us you could win a valuable special really expensive prize. You want to say that one more time without the sarcasm? That's bob and cherry dot com hit the contest tab. Every day is catering with the bobbin cherry show. Sign up for our newsletter, we never spam you. Never did get bobbin cherry exclusives just go to bob and sherry dot com. Okay, Lamar is with us, the people's movie critic and our dear friend, who is enjoying this summer like never before. Because of his new recreational vehicle, I was on Facebook the other day, I'll go out very often, but there you were. Enjoying the Lake. What was going on? We went down to Lake hartwell, and that's which is where I was born and raised. And one of the parks down there, and we had a great lot right on the bottom of the water and it was really cool. I learned my lesson. If people warned me about this, this camping deal, if you think you're going to jump in the camper and leave on a Friday afternoon and come back on a Sunday evening and have much fun, you are wrong. You are wrong. Because you're spending too much time setting up stuff and breaking stuff down. It's too much, too much. So I left, I got set up on Friday and didn't come back until Monday. So now you get those days where you just chill it, okay? Just chill it. And it was very, very nice to weather was nice. The Darby has, she's like every dog. She wants to chase the squirrel. She spends her whole life looking out the window when it chases the squirrel. And so we get down there and I didn't realize this, but when squirrels y'all may know this, when scores are mating season, they're running around like crazy. There's like one female squirrel running in their 35 male squirrels running after up and down the trees. So we're sitting there and all of a sudden it was squirrel pandemonium. Squirrels are everywhere. They're going up and down the trees they're running the dog is about to lose her mind. She can not focus. So you're gonna focus. There's too many squirrels. And then all of a sudden, there's a cat. There's a cat at the camper next to us, and it's just running free. So she's trying to watch the cat, then the squirrels are running. And in the middle of this, a duck comes up to the fence, quack it. I thought I was going to give her a dose of benadryl and put her back in the kitchen because I'm telling you, she was flipping out. Well, she's never seen anything like this. This is like going to Disney World. Oh, I mean, it was, I
ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"guy ritchie" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"But the time skips were really confusing because obviously geralt doesn't change over time, right? So he could be in the scene, and then the next scene could be like years after, and you have no idea. So the pain pill. Sorry, I have a migraine so bad. It came out in a lot of no worries, 45 seconds. It's so bad that I want to make sure people don't think I'm not paying attention. I am. I got to get a pain pill. Something's going on. So. I can't remember what I was going to say. Sorry. I'm going to get a pain. Let me tell you this as well. Regarding the action, there's a different feel to the action scenes in season two. Like is it that more bombastic or less bombastic? It is, it is more bombastic. So season one was a bit more uncut a bit more like down to the ground or grounded action scenes. With how the movement is and it seemed like less cuts and less like editing. So whereas season two sorry, just finished. It's a bit more like if you've seen any Guy Ritchie movies where they have like a rhythm to the action and they kind of like speed things up and slow things down sometimes. And there's a lot more sign magic from geralt and stuff like that. So yeah. Oh, interesting. So he's doing actual more spells. Thank you very much. Yes. Remember in number one, the show started with the really dark battle against the spider. You guys remember that? Right. Yeah. Would you say that that's more what we're getting in season two then? Is like more bombastic in that way? Like are we seeing creatures as well? Or is it just people again? There are more creatures. That makes that's exciting. That's exciting. That makes me. It is good. I'm not saying it's bad, but I know you're not. It's just a different flavor. It's a bit different flavor. Yeah. Okay. That my screen is frozen completely saying that we're oh. We are streaming still, but so I can't see questions and stuff right now. I'm going to reboot it. But not reboot. Reset the browser. Yeah, I wanted to see it. So the first show, first episode of the first season was really dark. That spider thing he fought and I remember going like, I can't see shit. Never popped up again in the rest of the show. As in, I didn't have those issues. But I had always been like, man, I wanted him to seem I wanted him to fight more monsters. Like it didn't seem like he was The Witcher. It seemed like he was the pitcher. He's just walking around everything. Because there were like two big monster fights..
The Film Buds Podcast
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"This doesn't bring him back sherlock holmes through we'll bring all yeah for sure for sure. But i am definitely curious about how he's gonna his take on a lab you know So i'm down for that but all right Yeah why i guess. That's that's about it for what we got. But thank you once again for downloading and donating Because it does really help support the the show and we really appreciate any Any help that you have and feel free to follow us on twitter and facebook At film buds And we are going to be. I guess i should say we are going to be having a lot more news on the facebook page so you can follow movie. News tv news through there And then counsel. Follow us on on instagram and email us at the film. Buzz podcast at g mail dot com as well with any thoughts or comments won't read among the the regular show and a Well jacob man. Thanks for coming on again you know. i'm. I'm glad we finally got to nerd out about guy ritchie. Delay a few times. But yeah that's all right. Yeah and i. We'd love to have you on again sometime before you eat you move away About you know maybe for a bonus show or just for the regular podcast but you know maybe we can figure something up But really appreciate rays back to you. Oh yeah man. Yeah yeah yeah but yeah thanks for all your all. The time you've given to being on the shows you no problem appreciate it. I hope it successful. Yeah continues to be successful and make sure to check out. The other bonus shows like the one on leonardo dicaprio. The one on the dc cinematic universe. That jacob was also on as well as our friend. Paul davis over skype So check those out if you haven't as well but yeah We hope you enjoyed it As much as we did. And i will see. Cnn time.
The Film Buds Podcast
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"I could not believe how bad it was But i've watched it many times cents every time it gets a little better for those part and so now i i. It's completely will say it's not an amazing movie or any piece of high art but is just such a weird blockbuster and such we're take on this but a really interesting take. I think it's a very it's very ritchie. I don't i don't blame. Non guy ritchie fans for not liking this movie because i feel like this movie much to the detriment of guy ritchie that that he made he made a movie that That you can really only truly enjoy. If you're a guy ritchie fan. Like i feel like king. Arthur doesn't work for a for non fans 'cause as a guy ritchie fan. I loved it. I was like. I could see his style and influence all over this movie. Yeah but as someone. That doesn't really know who richie is. It doesn't really like him very much. I can definitely see why they'd be like what the hell is this. You know so. I think i think that was kind of an accidental failure. On richie's part you made a movie for the fans and i think in terms of producer mentality. I think people seem to like misunderstand or they seem to think people care more about king arthur than they actually do like. They're like. I never hear anyone ever talking about the story of king arthur or saint thousand my favorite story when i was growing up like i don't think many people actually care that much about this story which i mean is i mean i. I don't mind but like i think for producers. I am glad they spent one hundred and seventy five million dollars on this by. Do not see whose idea it was to spend that much money on this type of film. I think more people care about marlon. Yeah and so a whole tv show. Yeah and and so it's just it it it is. I'm i'm glad they made it but it really does not make sense as to why they spent. They thought it was a good idea to spend that much money on this. But making a live action sword in the stone movie I don't know maybe. I think so and so i'm yeah i'm kind of a defender of it now. I and i agree with you. I can see why a lot of people would not like it. It's very richie. And but i really like the the non linear storytelling at the beginning with v Where they're talking about how they ripped off the vikings. I love that stuff. I think the humor is good. How it's told is amazing I love the the opening credits with him. Training or him growing up Through the years and training. And i think the score by daniel pemberton. Who's done like steve jobs and he did the counselor as well Is it's a fantastic score. And i think that really helps. Elevate certain aspects of it counselors a favorite of years. It is yeah and but he's done some really other great scores besides that. But i just i. I watched an interview with rich. And they said that their original cut was like three and a half hours or something like that and so but then he said there was no. It was just really boring when when we watched it that long and so we cut it down and so it does feel like a like a two hour. Montage away at so the editing. So quick. And i mean a lot of other movies like that but i think even more so this movie feels like a a smush version of a of a long film and because there are a lot of montages and But i think all of them are pretty fun. And i loved jude law. I love charlie. Hunnam I think it's it's just a again. It's a weird blockbuster. That is fun and has a lot of like intentionally. Gross visuals like dark visuals with the Like the the ghostly writer and everything. I love all of that stuff and I mean his his The arthur's team isn't that amazing. But it's at least a decent group of people you know and I buy loved the look of the movie in terms of the costume and production. All that i think is great and Yeah it's i've. I've watched it many times now and it's just a fun wacky time. You know leave all this movie theaters with my girlfriend. And she said she only she was only interested in it because of jude law because she loves to law and she's kind of like me she'll go see a movie for a single actor She really enjoys an actor and he or she is in something i. I'm the same way it'll be like a check it out because like for example you know i love brad pitt. Or i love jesse. Eisenberg and kristen stewart or something. If they were both in a. I'd be i'd be like i'll go see that even if i don't think it's gonna be very good or like brad pitt movie. I'll go see. I don't think it's going to be very good. Because i trust these actors and i trust them to give to give a good performance and it's kind of interesting to see a good performance contrasted against the not very good moving but i don't think that's the case here. I i do think pleasure to the sword is a good movie. And i think a good. Yeah one one thing that is is i would just point out as a noticeable flaw is. There's this sequence where you see charlie's or Arthur's mother killed by the the ghost rider and they cut back to that maybe ten times in the in the same way it's like she gets the spear thrown through her stomach. And you hear eric. Bana say run son and they cut back to that over and over and over and over and it's just like i i just don't see like we get it but he's you know he saw his mother die and he's you know damage from that. They just can't believe they cut. They guy ritchie was like. Yeah let's go back to that ten times. But i forgot that i heard bannon played his dad mr incredible hulk himself. Yeah and the other thing. I've seen him really incredible. Yeah have you not seen that munich. Oh you should spielberg movie. It's only other thing incredible hulk. Vhs watched it half dozen times nice and he he's also in black hawk down as a cool role in that and So yeah it's i i. I like the locations and I i mean. I'm a sucker for media will stop and so i'm a little biased. I guess but i think it all feels pretty. It's all pretty good. I think for the most part and Maybe a little less david beckham. He's a little too much in his the scene that he's in. He's in most beckham. The soccer player was really. Yeah yeah he. He gave it to your friends and he's in a lot of his movies actually in cameos. But he's he's the guy who tells arthur to take out the sword anyone it's in the stone and he's like pull a shaft. It's like it's a little too. It's so clearly not an actor but he's kind of funding. Some say it was. What was it we were talking about. Incredible eric bana think you said he was in munich and black hawk down like down. Yeah i recently got a steel book. Released saw it just came on four k. i got i've been wanting to rewatch. I just saw investment. Yeah.
The Film Buds Podcast
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Youtube company called rooster teeth. I don't think so. No but they're pretty big. They started back in the early. Two thousands like achievement on areas like one of their offshoots hidden on houses and other offshoot but they're. They're pretty big on youtube. I'm sure some of the viewers would know who they are but this guy that works for them did all of the slow motion on game. Shadows kia. He has a separate channel called the slow guys for him and his friend. Just like break shit in slow motion. You know like break like a giant water balloon in slow motion. Yeah hi hi. Art a gun underwater in slow motion. But yeah he He did all he did. All of the the slow-motion work on nine. That's i thought that was pretty neat. Because i have been watching their youtube soft since i was in like middle school and i found out that he had done the slimmer work. I think he needed for the first movie to. But there wasn't as much first movie but Yeah it's flawless slow-motion work And yeah this one. I really like not only. Because i like new mirror but i heard gypsy character is a fun addition or are they they make a fun trio. I think and i wish it was the rule loan. Yeah for sure. And i kind of wish that trio would continue in the the the latter films but or in upcoming films but i think it's the humor similar to rock and roll. It's one of his most funny films. And i think that the plot is is a good bit more interesting than the first one. 'cause it's dealing with like sabotage and Starting wars and And all that. And i love all of that stuff and i think it works pretty well But again similar to the first one. I think the third act goes on a little too long And kinda gets too heavily into plot and a low too serious. But i love i think the first forty five minutes are incredible And then i. I do think that the latter half of the movies well but i i really like The part where. I encounter sherlock holmes. Where he's he's hiding against the wall as the Like he has the different patterns of the wall and the fabrics. Like that's amazing. I love i love that stuff foreshadowing. Yeah and just just the sherlock holmes humor in this is fantastic and i just. I can't stress enough. how much. I love jude. Law and and downey junior together And i mean but sadly i guess you lose rachel mcadams pretty early on in this one. Yeah i was surprised. I thought Is going to turn out like she wasn't actually dead and they He'd been hiding her somewhere like To get leverage. Maybe that'll be true. Third one but yeah. I was just gonna get her out of there. Yeah do you think it's because she didn't want to be in it or do you think that was a creative choice. I don't know i don't really. It's hard to say because she's in. It's so little. I really read anything about rachel mcadams opinions on on this last thing. I can remember her. In that i saw was night of the museum to battle for the smithsonian here. We go he. Richie found it. Complicated to persuade mcadams to return a smaller role. She loved being with us but she hoped to have a bigger role. So i guess there was kind of a little Aggravation with not having a bigger role and more substantial substantial role so Which i mean. I like her in the series and so i wish she could have kept up with it. But what do you think about a stephen fry in this. I love him. Even fries micro. Yeah i love him as just in general so in any anything that he does. I i love i think. Jared harris is great villain is as well as brilliant moriarty. Yeah for sure. He'd just got he's got to look. You know more. So than i think the guy that plays him the guy that plays in the bbc series is is great. You know I think he'd make a joke. or even. But he a little more hammy than like jared harris's portrayal moriarty like jared harris's portrayal moriarty. He's not he's not like a lunatic. He's like grounded he's g he's a genius foil to to sherlock's character. Yeah you know. They've pulled they're playing on the same level essentially. Yeah they're they're constantly trying to get the one up on each other and for the most part it feels earned and how they do it. Yeah chess trope. Yeah but Was gonna say. Oh yeah key. Measure alternate reality. Where hugh laurie plays. Sherlock holmes and stephen fry is my. I totally could. Yeah like i. i would love that. I'm surprised he hasn't played sherlock holmes. Yeah he'd be great he would. Well i mean like house is is that yeah. Yeah i always forget that. That's like a What's the word like a not. Like a parallel amalgamation almost. Yeah like it's it's like housing wilson's of holmes and watson. Yeah yeah so yeah. I love the Was going to say Oh there's a good Little joke with the sherlock holmes being wary of writing courses courses and so he writes the po- the little pony or they'll little worse. It's a good moment sequence. Yeah and i. I love the Been investigation into the sniper. You know who An- and how that all plays out i love and i think the procedural aspects are great in this one. I think we're it falls. Short occasionally is just where it does kind of go back to the kind of standard storytelling the first one but It doesn't do that too often. But i i think the very final section Where they're fighting on the or they're they're talking on. The balcony is great. And were they they fall into the the kenyan And i i. Yeah i love just the look of that i. I think this is probably one of the best looking movies as well. I think it looks fantastic. And the score is another great. Score by hans zimmer And so yeah this one is probably the most or the film of his rewatch the most and it's just a lot of fun and it's a very interesting blockbuster because of guy ritchie's style And everyone is kind of on their at their best performance wise and so it's yes i said based on his previous works. I don't think i would have trusted anyone else to do. A modern contemporary.
The Film Buds Podcast
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Story a mark strong and this one Is it again. Centers around a group of a crime and professional gang members and I guess this also has a gambling casino kind of aspect to it. It's a lotta great actors for a not so great movie. Yeah and so this one. I would say by far is my least favourite and is probably only his only bad movie. I think of all the ones that he's done and i and yes. I just watched this one yesterday. And it's it has all of the elements that make a guy ritchie movie good. But they're just not done that well or they're done to very to. They're the least effective in this one. It's no coincidence that this was the last movie that really stuck to that formula Because i think maybe guy rich getting tired of it at that point. Yeah and so he. He kind of just like threw in the towel. It was kinda just like you know the if it's not broke don't fix it the formulas been working for him so he just sort of didn't try harder to the swan and then it it failed and he has maybe shocked him so he. He changed his formula. Yeah yeah it's like a it's like transformers five you know you can just see michael baig tired of it it you know but yes so this one again. It has all the elements. But it's just pretty. It's just a mess and it's not really interesting mess. It's just kind of dull and a little obnoxious like it. Just beats you over the head with these narrations in these Catchphrases that. It's hoping that i guess makes a certain themes more parent or or something but it just doesn't convey anything that well and it's But i think the performances are pretty solid like state. Them's good and ray. Leo's i mean. He's pretty typical ray liotta but he's he's good in august. I should clarify it. Rock and roll. It was after this one. So it's not quite the last one of those but Surprised that in castration. Say some israel comes. I've watched that you know. And so yeah this one i it's just You don't really care about anything that's going on and also the tone is a good bit more serious than his past films and so there's not the humor that really helps liven things up or helps you Feel at least a little sympathy towards these these criminals and Again this being the the fourth film to use the same style just feels pretty tired even if it was done well i think It would still feel kind of dated and toasted. I don't know the word just just not just not very effective and but you know it's so yeah it's definitely not my my favorite of his but i i think the performances do kinda save at times But it's it's very forgettable and I think that yet. Clearly it's him. Even guy ritchie himself growing tired of his own style. So and and you mentioned rock and roll of that is kind of the like midway point between his blow budget and big budget movies in terms of the style. I mean the cast of that movie the the size and so that's clearly him like the mid midway point between two halves of his career because what came out after rock and roll sherlock. Yeah yeah because sherlock is what what got him into the mainstream You know everyone knows chalk homes. You know the character in the movie. So that's really. What got guy ritchie up in hollywood heights. Yeah for sure and yet it's i. I just don't really see what guy richie was really trying to do with this one other than just put something out on which maybe is what he was trying to do but there are people like a mark strong then appears again rock and roller and sherlock almost unrecognizable in sherlock. Yeah and Yeah is there in kingsman matthew vaughn's movie and actually one little fact here so it. It did perform poorly at the box office. And oh i guess. I didn't say the box office numbers efficiently so its box. Office was a six point. Seven million on it doesn't look like it lists a budget on here but that is abysmal. Yeah it's yeah nothing close to what he's been doing Previous to this with no like a like an al pacino movie. If he years back that only made like eighteen dollars in the box office. I think so. Yeah yeah and. I'll actually one little bit about this movie. So apparently in two thousand seven a reworked version was released to a limited number of us theaters. I don't know if there's a way to watch that movie but Doesn't seem to have made that much of an impact on people making more but this rockin roller where like the last Burri brit- british british films. He made like because obviously sherlock. Holmes is a british film but he made it for americans Whereas i think like lock stock and snatch were made for you it was like british cinema. Yeah for sure. I think it it. It does feel very very british oriented. Which again i. I like that about it. But it just doesn't do anything else that will because the sherlock holmes is more like americanized shooter like these early films. Use a lot of slang and A lot of like british locales and Euphemisms and heavy accents and stuff. It's very exclusively british. Yeah and i guess there is the villain in this movie that is kind of the or one of the villains. Who's this kind of clean. Cut kind of fancy Cordy toity kind of guy and which isn't isn't necessarily a bad thing by feel like that trend is kind of old even obviously this came out like about fifteen years ago but going back and watching it it feels a little stale and but i think that yeah i i think jason state them definitely saves it and again. This is a movie that reminds you that he can do other things of other than just be a kind of normal action. Star is funny Snatch was the second movie. I'd ever seen jason safe them. In the first one was crank i think may may i think the first one i i saw was crank as well so it was like. Who is this. yeah. And so i mean i'm not i should say i'm not a huge jason tatum fan. I prefer him in guy ritchie movies as as in terms of his action films. I'm not crazy about him. Like i won't seek out. Jason tatum action movies. Just because he's in it But i think he has similar to someone like vin diesel or. The rock is a good presence on screen. I think even if his performance isn't that good. Yeah you know I just wish you'd go back and do more like character pieces.
The Film Buds Podcast
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"Have a bad boys vibe. But i mean for the most part. It's not really an issue especially especially since it is a first film. It's like i mean he's working with what he had yellow look at other directors. First films you know like reservoir dogs yes it yeah it does. It does remind me a lot of reservoirs reservoir dogs. Yeah yeah And then even something like a dual which was spielberg's first film kama pre low budget pre-training movie but still really good. No yeah any. I'm trying to see if there's any things specific baths movie that it is weird sting. Isn't this film but Oh i guess. One thing i will get into with. All of his movies is his. Soundtracks are pretty extensive and pretty A big part of his films And i think for the most part they work pretty well. That's sort of what has been made. The matthew von connection Was the soundtrack thing i think. Matthew vaughn does a little bit better job of scoring like fight scenes to you know popular music and doing on a really good way like you look at like kingsman kick ass but Guy ritchie uses a lot of like drop kick murphy as british irish pub music with like some classic rock and indie rock thrown in there. Yeah well yeah. I think the britishness of his films like with music and with humor. I think is something that really works. And that's just a natural thing. It's not like he chose to do that. Really just you know where he's coming from It's almost like in the way that like the british british miss of harry potter is such an iconic thing about it and they're really adds to the charm of it And see i think he and again it's another tarantino kind of pulp fiction Influence with soundtrack and having that really make a stamp on the movie And so yeah. It's it's a it's a solid feldman if you haven't checked it out if you like rich or or do you like heist kind of gang member. Ensembles give it a look. Yeah anything else about it. I wanna mention or should we get to the the big one for you. Could to the the good stuff crown jewel. Yeah yeah All right well out of five stars again. This one of the five yeah. I'm four from me as well. All right we'll Moving on we can get to snatch Which was released in two thousand and this one Grossed eighty three point six million against a ten million dollar budget so another hit form for sure and this one stars. Oh it's produced by math. Yvonne i didn't know that. Did you know that. I actually didn't know no. Yeah and it's written and directed by guy ritchie and it stars Del toro benicio del toro dennis. Farina brad pitt. Obviously yeah vinny jones and this one is is set in the london. Criminal underworld the film contains two intertwined plots one dealing with the search of a stolen diamond. The other with a small time. Boxing promoter Played by jason tatum. Who finds himself under the thumb of a route ruthless gangster who is ready and willing have his subordinates. Carry out severe and sadistic acts of violence. The wikipedia synopsis. They're a little bit of a weird synopsis. Yeah all right. But i think this one. I think indulges the most in the british Personality i guess of ritchie and Which i think he's able to in this movie in particular able to Show an appreciation or love for british. Or i guess specifically irish culture But also make fun of it at times just in how people talk. I mean obviously brad pitt. Yeah his indiscernible. Dialect and Is like r. v. camp of urgency his gypsy camp. Kind of. yeah. And yes. So i for for him. I guess it is well known that he he does play this character who you can't really understand what he's saying night. I turned on the subtitles on the flex you can under. You can read it perfectly. Yeah so if you are going to watch it for the first time outs put on the subtitles. But he is. I think he's amazing in it. I think And he unlike a lot of other big actors. I mean he's wasn't huge then but He's able to blend in to the irish backdrop perfectly like you never second guess for a second that he's not that character which is pretty hard to do. I think because it is clean. Cut american yemen and so yeah i love him and i wish there could have been even more of him in it though but I guess this one. It is a little different word is dealing with this boxing ring. Where brad pitt cam. Knock somebody out with one punch. No matter what yeah kill them. Pretty much and the All revolves around people gambling. On the who's gonna win and Again it's all of the the lower class british Gang members who gamble and bat. And all that and this one. Think i i enjoy it. A fair bit Maybe like it slightly more than than lock stock. I think brad pitt is by far the best thing about it I think the humor is again. Very guy ritchie and i think it works very well I guess the issue with talking about these movies is that kind of the good and the bad things are going to be this similar across most of his movies. So i don't want to sound too repetitive. But i think that a lot of the the relationships i think that the heist where or the the botched heist where they go into that. Oh that's kind of like sterile bank Or not bank but gambling ring. I guess it's like a bookie plays. Yeah yeah and like all of that is fantastic. And then also the the gunfight towards the end in the hallway where they bring the fake pistols and then it all ends up just becoming like absolute chaos people rush guy who is actually in john wick. One oh yeah yeah that's right and and so yeah there's some really i guess another good thing about guy ritchie. That i like has a lot of good gunfights Which are always fun when they're done well and but also does adalah humor to it. So i think again he's he's able to satirize things pretty well but also clearly have a appreciation and a fondness.
The Film Buds Podcast
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"We're gonna be talking about the films of director guy ritchie More specifically lock stock and two smoking barrels snatch revolver rockin roller sherlock holmes sherlock holmes a game of shadows. We're gonna be skipping over man from uncle just because we did review that on the regular podcast and you can get that on i tunes and then we're gonna end off with king arthur legend of the sword up personal favorite of mine and so first off. My name is henry and No khloe this time around but we are joined once again by our good buddy jacob hours or jacob number one as he's known on the show as well so jacob. Thanks for coming on general problem but it'd be back yeah and And first off. Thank you so much for downloading and for for donating all of the the funds. Go to help support the the weekly show and so we really really appreciate it. And yeah so unlike the regular podcast. Were just going to be doing reviews. We're not going to be doing news or listener questions or anything this time around. But that's okay because we got plenty to talk about. So i guess we can start off jacob your guy ritchie's your favorite director ran. Yeah one of them yeah. It's pretty up there. Yeah and so how did you. I guess we can start off by when we were first. Exposed to the work of richie. Well the first movie i ever saw by him was sherlock holmes. But i didn't know that guy ritchie. At the time the first movie. I watched knowing it was guy ritchie was snatch i was like. It's movie seems cool. Disguising school and so i watched it and i was like wow. That's incredible and then. I started watching all his films found out he did sherlock holmes and i was like makes a lotta sense. But yes technically sherlock. Holmes was the first one i saw. But that was way back in high school. When i really care as much i don't really care about like directors and producers. What what do they do. It's kind of funny like people that aren't like really into movies you know. They're just like honor who directed that yeah directors are dislike some faceless background people. You know them well. It wasn't until hitchcock when directors were actually like credited or became famous for being directors. Because before then everybody thought that was just the actors that made the movie good so you know what are the directors do. Yeah but direct nothing. Yeah so i think. The first one i saw was the second sherlock holmes and i i didn't know it was guy ritchie. Either and then. I think i just went back to the first one. And then i think i saw snatch and then i think king arthur was After that and then just recently went back. I mean lock stock revolver and rock and roll. Were all first time watches for me. So i've been meaning to go through them for ages now. some. I'm glad we we did this. It's also funny because i I saw snatch before. I still lock stock in barrels. And i had lock stock on. Dvd for a decade or more Belonged to my older sister. And i inherited that and i just i just. It's just in storage for the longest time. And then when i saw snatch all guy ritchie lock stock guy ritchie. I was like i have that. just went. pulled it out and watched in glorious dvd quality. Yeah it's i was just lost my train of thought here I he said oh. Yeah that's right. So we are doing this in honor of aladdin coming out which comes out this friday which riches directing the the live action very controversial. I remake of disney's aladdin. But i'm really intrigued. You will apparently the first first reviews have been all right. You know better than expected so go the way of of king arthur. You know you're gonna you're gonna like it or you're not if you're a fan of guy ritchie style. You're probably going to like it if you don't know who guy ritchie is or you don't know anything about his style. And you're just going to see a remake of disney classic. Then maybe won't like it as much what. You has a very specific way of doing things. Yeah you know. i'm. I'm just hoping that it's very guy. Ritchie like. Yeah know not not. Just like subdued guarantee those shots from the trailer of like aladdin break-dancing. This is really yeah could be interesting. Yeah well all right. Well i guess we can go ahead and jump ben to the the first film that really that started it all for ritchie which was lock stock and two smoking barrels and this one came out in nineteen ninety. Eight and Grossed twenty eight point million against a budget of one point three five million so yeah really launched him into only one point three five million yeah launched him in to commercial success then also a seven episode. Tv show followed this in two thousand. I don't know if there was any good. I haven't seen it. Have you lock slunk. Yeah it was called lock. Stock dot dot dot. I i did had a tv show snatch that tv. Show i really. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah i had no idea that lock stock did snatch. Tv shows good. Yeah the rupert grin ron weasley and the yeah the movie stars jason fleming. Jason tham sting is in this movie. dexter fletcher. Nick moran and this. One i didn't realize until going back through his films guy ritchie discovered jason state. So that's pretty cool. I mean and just looking at where jas jason stadium is now. It's pretty big deal. Hobson shaw yeah can't most anticipated of the year but and yeah and so st them was a former diver. I didn't know that about him. So that was pretty interesting but Like i said this was the first time. Watch for me. It was on netflix And i popped it in and watch shit but jacob. What's your take on this one Like i said. I watched this one. After i saw snatch in my opinion this movie walks. So that snatch can run as it were They're very similar in style. I two movies. He made Lock stock and then he made snatch correct between yes so he pretty much kept with the same style you know it's got like Why did cast of characters intertwining plotlines comedy Checkups gone all over the place literally. Yeah cheeky romances. As back and i. It's just you know. If if if one day you know i get to direct some movies i would say that guy ritchie and matthew. Von like my biggest. Inspirations like their styles to stare similar. Yeah i've just you know that's that's my vision for you. Don't wanna copy guy ritchie. But that's the i. I just love his style. Things you know just Big ensemble films with zany to cross paths. And yeah you know. It's very when you look at the script for lock stock and i. It's actually very complex. Everything fits together. Yeah very.
Sweet Buzz - Scaling a Digital B2B Business With Dancho Dimkov
"guy ritchie" Discussed on Sweet Buzz - Scaling a Digital B2B Business With Dancho Dimkov
"Something was actually lacking in order to we. Were getting good results. But you know you know me actually. We always want to get veteran veteran. Better results so we saw that. Actually we are missing content and something but not any kind of content content. That will support the outreach. And you know in june. We actually started planning the from first of july number six months plan. We had this coming up. So i had vata. She's now our ceo in content and we have five copywriters and we've learned that the bsb content so when i'm talking about content it has so brought the finishing i mean even when i started reading about it i got lost but what we're trying to do is actually to create the content that supports the b. two b. outreach process so that's completely different we have starting with just three types of content. And i'll tell you why the first one is social media content. I mean primarily linked in. Because that's where we are and that's what between people should be but we does social media content. We want to create content for our clients that they can position themselves as talk leaders. You know not by products by my service by myself. I mean that's so outdated and that so you'll perceive you cannot have a. I don't know a consultant that sells twenty key service just like well thirty percent discount. Come on people. i mean. It's really doesn't work that way. And with this particular type of consultants and other high ticket service providers while we're actually creating thought leadership post. While i was walking on the street and i saw can it remind me of something or reflecting on themselves of talking about how they gained weight their holiday lost weight so the whole point is to pursue to show their human aspect older. It's linked in. I don't want to be only about business. Business business and it helped del. Riches luck i mean. You know when you do outreach outreach outreach start thinking from prospects perspective okay. That's complicated from the prospect that you're reaching out from their perspective so from their perspective some guy ritchie's out to them. Send them few messages in disappears with the social media content. They start seeing often and often and often. So you show up in their news feed you. Show up on their newsfeed there like okay. Who's the guy net actually see a bit more about them their profile their website so it really gave us the visibility that we need and i found this very useful because it helped us. It helps us a lot so that is content number one number two blockbuster not the boring sneezy type like you know. You're gonna hire a copywriter screen three different posts and just merchant one. Say the three things that you need to do. In order to do x. y. zapped not that type of block boss as we worked with experts in the field. Our goal is different. We're going toward authority credibility so we're actually creating one and a half to two thousand words and we don't do it actually when i when i think about it. What we're doing is in half an hour. We're interviewing the expert and we're asking for insights not do step one to entreat but what have you learned by doing twenty thirty forty years of this or what are the most common mistakes that your client and dink and this is actually sitting up the authority and credibility and for outreach purposes. It helps a lot. I mean beyond you can put it on your website for seo purposes stuff but for outreach actually we can then reach out to the ideal target audience and said you know what. I've just finished an article on this topic. It's exactly your problem that you have and do you want to share it..
The Tim Ferriss Show
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"I had a short conversation with him because i said you know my son is a huge fan of your movies and when i watched them with him. So you've got something going on. I mean you can act. You've got chops. You can really act and he said oh man thank you and we talk for just a moment or so and then i said would you mind if we got pictures with you. Yeah and so the sure way to make sure that nothing happens is do nothing. So worst case scenario he says. Get away from me. Kid you know worst thing he does is he says no. Yeah but we both ended up with picture that we really enjoyed him a very nice guy. They're really sweet guy and so it was cool and i have seen his. They're married now. I think his wife. I had shot many times because she was a model and i did some videos with her and she she was really really a nice person to yeah. I was supposed to have jason and think guy ritchie on the podcasts. Some time ago and without any explanation we are all slated to go and then the phalanx of god knows what inbetween burger last minute cancelled. So maybe someday. I'll get to actually thank him in person for being so cool on our first encounter. Here's a question that might be a dead end. And i accept that possibility and i'll i'll take the blame if that's where it goes but nonetheless i will ask good. Preamble though thank you thank you. I specialized preambles if you have a gigantic billboard anywhere metaphorically speaking this is get a message quote an image anything out to billions of people. What might you put on that. Billboard doesn't have to be an original could be from somebody else. Whatever you want something noncommercial well if it was an actual billboard would say pay attention to the road. That's a very be jeffrey. Madoff answer and if it was a metaphorical and turns just a metaphorical idea. That i wanted. People to get would be stay. Curious keep learning stay. Curious keep learning. I think done an excellent job of that so you walk the walk or you're very kind. It's true it's true. I've seen it over and over again. That's very inspiring and but it's fun. I mean that's you know when you and i first met all those years ago. The conversation which was going to be you had a half hour. I think we were the four and a half hours. Later i remember. We were ricocheting. All over the place like that. I mean it's a very enjoyable thing to do when you're talking to somebody who i don't want to presume you respect me but but you know the same. It's like it's it's fun and also on earth things about oneself that you might not have hit on otherwise you see it in a different way. And i think that's a great thing about doing a podcast. Isn't it when you get to talk to people that you find interesting and all of that totally in some ways all the more. So when i know someone and have the excuse in the pretext to do all this creepy due-diligence that would otherwise be really strange. And i think is pretty good place to start to wrap up jeff. Are there any other things you would like to mention any requests. You have the audience anything. You'd like to say closing comments anything at all that you would like to add before we bring this first conversation to a close. Well i am going to be taking a leap into the podcast world. Because of all the guests that i've had in my class. I think that you being a master of that. And i've been learning podcast in and so i'm looking forward to that because it's just you know i think like you. I think it's accurate to say. It's about spreading ideas. Yeah and that's what's fun to do that. Engaging with people about ideas. I am proud of my book. I think that that was an interesting thing. Especially as i was going through some of the same things i was writing about you know in terms of that was one of the things i was thinking. About what what was failure. And all that and writing a book about things you've experienced in life can be therapeutic at the same time and bring things up that maybe you know i wouldn't have thought about otherwise and as i already mentioned about. The teaching is that teaching is such a great way to learn is such a great platform to engage with ideas and i've got an audience that changes every semester. I really enjoy it. And i'm very grateful for an opportunity like this where you know we can just pinball back and forth and talk about the kinds of things that interest us and scratching our own itches. Hope that we also do the same for our audience. Well i'm excited to get into the podcast game your natural and you're already doing the lifting. You're doing the interviewing you know how to do it. You are experts storyteller and it's just a matter of sharing the audio so i think you'll do very well and to just.
860AM The Answer
"guy ritchie" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And I'm not. I'm not super into it. You know you could. You're better off just watching an old Jack Ryan. When did the windows the pipeline? Open up? When does the screens fill up? When did they release? You Know, you know, I got to Right? I mean, I think that you mentioned Guy Ritchie. There's a guy Ritchie movie coming out next weekend, Actually. Sorry. I'm looking forward to wrap of man. I'm very, very kind of guy. Ritchie. Yeah, I see it next week, and I'm a big fan of guy Ritchie. So I'm looking at you head on a screener. Are you going to a critic showing? No, I am. Unfortunately, just gonna be watching it on, you know, on my laptop around my TV or whatever. But I will say that I have heard from friends back Back east in D. C. And this is one of the first movies that is being shown. You know, back in theaters back in theaters for movie correct, so I will be there. We will talk about it next week. Sonny Bunch. It is always a pleasure across the movie. I'll Where iTunes, Spotify. Wherever podcast is, you'll find Sonny Bunch and across the movie. I'll let me now tell you wherever you find relief factor that Comey find happy people why I got my Six miles in yesterday of running or actually, it's troubling if you're running under 10 minutes, Miles that's running if you're between 10 and 15, that's troubling. And if you're over 15 call whatever you want, but it's walking. Carrying curcumin resveratrol omega. Whatever speed you go at the activity is what matters because you need to keep tone. And there goes down the hike from my Hillsdown mug, which comes up later on the hotel dialogue. If you're watching on YouTube, which you should be doing, watching on YouTube. I meant to tell Sonny he should listen to yesterday's. Interview of the ruthless podcast with Comfortably smug and Josh homes as well as to my theory, interview with Hugh Hewitt Podcast, which includes I Got two podcast to Sonny's Got Across the movie. I'll I Have You Do It. Highly concentrated here, which is the daily compression of this show in 45 minutes or 50.
The Cinephiliac Lounge
"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Cinephiliac Lounge
"But she like a looney toon character with with the bean bag gun rifle and tax. It's like oh wait a minute. I forgot to say this thing. And you go on tangents and you. Then you go on the the you touch upon the back story or origin of the hunter's a little bit which which happens like three times in the movie where they keep going back there and also i wanted to. I forgot daniel. Pemberton does the sm- music for this. And he did the soundtrack to man from the man from uncle guy ritchie's foam. If you saw that. I have really enjoyed that one. I loved his score for this and this is fine. The music in the snow. I mean and suicide squad to the money that they spent for music rights alone. I mean they have different cut of music every forty five seconds of like expensive popular music. Yeah i think it wasn't as bad as suicide squad. Suicide squad was like a music video at points. It was crazy but go back towards the so you get lost and to the point and then it goes back and then literally twenty minutes later. Were brought back to the same moment of harley going parlay and you're like your oh this is too much too much you guys take into. But so now that i knew that Had that idea of it being from her point of view. What i want to bring up. What i thought was very interesting. They said she wanted to street. Level story in apps of the world of the usual superhero fair but they also wanted to be unusual and structurally unusual unusual and margot robie and claimed date that they were loved and inspired by trainspotting and true romance because both which they thought were ensemble nontraditional storytelling movies but have traditional react structures. Which i thought okay. I kinda transparent but when i was watching this would be. I watched this before i read. This article My notes were like so. Is she trying to be a guy ritchie film because it felt like she was going for lex. Lock stock two smoking barrels or snatch jumping around but messier. Yeah not as good. I know you're talking about by the way just a side note. Have you seen guy. Ritchie's king arthur. Movie have not. It's really weird. He does all of his typical like jumping around rapid cots and everything. But it's it's medieval times or whatever. It doesn't work. It doesn't work for those genre who it's amazing. Okay now anyway. Sorry i have to check it out. But the other thing when i was watching the movie initially in the animated sequence and just help craze i would've i would've said guy ritchie louise or natural born killers but they claim was trainspotting or true romance which i don't remember torments being that dead optima ahead structured. It's not like pulp fiction. No no it's not. Yeah yeah that's weird. I don't get that. I don't get that either but whatever i've seen i've seen true romance lot deny that's mcconnell households favorites of true But in any case you've got to give it to her. She actually the other thing. I thought was interesting. Got her us citizenship in the midst of doing this film. So i thought that was. That was interesting and the other interesting thing. Talk director kathy yan. She wrote directed phone. Call dead pigs in two thousand eighteen. Which i have not seen seems a quite a bright woman. She attended princeton. Nyu and she was a reporter for the wall street journal. She's got an interesting resume. I yeah i read about her to as like wow this is..
Pop Culture Leftovers
"guy ritchie" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Birdseye in. Hbo's i know this much is true. Colin farrell has coach in the gentlemen. Rebecca i was blown away because like i know your thoughts on this movie like like i follow me on twitter and i've seen and i know that you aren't the biggest fan of the movie. And then you're not a big fan of guy ritchie. But i thought colin farrell put on a clinic in that movie. He was fantastic so every time he's on screen. You can't help but be like oh my god. I can't believe this is colin farrell. Yeah like this hiding. Well i haven't really been blown away by colin farrell performance since his first movie that i remember watching tiger land. I love tiger land. If you've never seen tiger land do yourself a favor and watch tiger land. It is an incredible movie killing a sacred deer. No i haven't. That's a really weird movie. It's from the same director. That did lobster. I think the lobster lobster. He has like a. I think he's he's greek is a. I'm blanking on the director's name. That movie's really weird but colin farrell and he plays a very interesting character. You might want to check that out. The most of the most greek name that i can think of is popadopoulos from webster..
The Big Picture
Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show
"Guys. Welcome to a very special conversation. Nations show about the Academy Awards but not just any Academy Awards are Academy Awards. were changing things up in the big picture this week. We've invited wisely from the New York Times we think for being here. Thanks for having me. Three Person Person Academy that makes us the Grammy Selection Committee. Hopefully less fraught less racist racist sexist and complete Taylor swift at Ed. Sheeran her part of my mom and I want the academy to tell the truth about who it is fun. Fact Taylor swift and Ed Sheeran had movie moments in the last twelve months. If you recall cheering yesterday Taylor Swift. Of course Miss Americana could forget. we're not going to be nominated for you said Miss Americana Either GonNa cats. That was yeah. That's very generous of you sir. I've locked that out we. We're not talking about that on this. PODCAST CAST now. We got the part right. Okay guys so every year the Oscars come around get very angry because they don't represent all the movies that we want to to be celebrated this year I would say it's been an unusually positive Oscar year in terms of nominations. However we got stuck in this conversation about why are there no female directors in the best director category? Why are there so few actors of color? Why are there so few uncut gems nominations are there so many things here we may? They disagree with that. We will discuss. I'm I'm your evolving. I'm evolving exactly the way to put it all evolving. Wesleyan a minute can you guys. Just give me coming some big picture feelings about where the Oscar nominating process is before we dig into our own awards well Without going into the Math Jeff on how the nomination determined at least in the best picture category whatever they did to make them less foreign needs to change because in addition just like I just wrote a piece for the paper Abou a complicated problem I have with. This year's show is the first time more. I'm I feel like the homogeneity among the best picture nominees just superficially is Kinda monotonous to me. What do you mean but up I mean basically what I mean. Is that lake. There are nine move. Eight movies about white people And like the the white experience yes there is a wide experience. PODCAST is often expanding on and in one from Korea or South Korea. And I I like all of these movies except for one and a half of them and so so. The thing that I am annoyed about is that there isn't it is not as though there's one movie that didn't get nominated that should have that also featured Richard people who are not white so my problem is more of an industry. Problem in the Oscars of course is a symptom of this larger thing. And so I'm Kinda just. I went back just to do some math on on on. How many movies among the nominees for best picture since they expanded ten were set the present and usually I mean the thing? That's thrilling about the best picture. Nominees every year is that you do get some really interesting story that gets told about the movie industry but also just the movies and something about this collection of movies as a collection as a class of films kind of bores me and but again like I like most of the nominees and so I don't know it's a weird place but they they have to change them. I think the man is part of this like even I don't like Hustler's that much but you this. This group of movies needs it. Needs it needs needs like a blindside. It needs a district District nine yeah. It needs a district night but you think that so. That's I think it's math don't you because don't what's the one film that would have resolved some of that feeling. Is that the farewell. Like what is it. I don't even see that's the weird thing also. I don't even care care what it was because I don't like any of the alternative. This is weird year for for the solution to this problem. There isn't one. There's no main waves. Waves would be a movie that would that would be more interesting but every year since they expanded ten has had just more interesting stuff. It I have a theory and it's not about math and I think your point about math is good and also your point that this is these are eight movies about white people is also important. uh-huh any everything we're about to say is not going to change that but I do just and it's not GonNa Change the industry and it's not GonNa Change. WHO GETS to make movies? Unfortunately but I do wonder if some of it is also like our expectations and our relationship to the nominees because we're used to being dissatisfied and we're used to findings something that to be mad about and since they've gotten to ten and especially in the last couple of years years. There are more movies that I'm excited about that are nominated for best picture. And even this year I would say they're five movies like jazzed about same same here and I'm not used to that and so I do think and and we're part of doing this podcast and talking about the Oscars is arguing talking about what was snubbed. And what the economy isn't representing. and I wonder if some of the boringness is just kind of. I don't know where to put all of that energy for what interesting that I hear that that particular aspect of this year's race though I think is an anomaly. I think there's two reasons for at one. We we just happen to get a couple of films from a couple of people who kind of always make big noisy special films. Martin Scorsese Quentin Tarantino. We got a couple of movies marriage story and the Irishman that probably would not have been financed by any other studio that got a lot more money than they would have gotten and so those movies got pushed up to the top. You know I know you guys probably not huge joker Fans but that's a highly unusual kind of movie to have been made in the way that it was position. Marketed the success that had had and also the parasite thing is. There's just no literally literally no precedent for a movie like this getting this much awareness appreciation potentialities to win The the fact that this is impossible right now is was utterly unpredictable. Even even in September I ran so I think accounting for this year in particular as a bellwether of any kind and is a little bit difficult long term. But the point that you're making one hundred percent right which is that you know. There's a certain kind of movie that still is always going to get made in Hollywood and there's a certain kind the movie that it's still really hard to get made that's movies by women's moving movies by filmmakers of color starring people of color about different kinds of experiences in the world. So that's not going to change. I think some of what we're we're GONNA do here accounts for that. I think some of the categories that were creating accounts for that. Yes I think. In general though the public perception of the Oscars is it's a little bit. Stodgy it's a little bit boring self-satisfied but also it doesn't really understand what's fun about movies no well that's part of I mean to the degree agree that there is a selection committee. It's People's self consciousness about their with. They want their tastes to be. Yes yeah and that to me is part of what I'm sensing about this group. The best picture nominees though I feel like I do feel like despite the fact that I actually could not subtract one of these movies or there's a ten slot at the tenth movie like what I mean. You could additive movie proud interesting lake. Ed Lee said in the president and at least about the thing that is seemingly the problem by gathering these movies together race Which member of the knives out family is each? That's a good game that somewhere. Oh I like that. We don't have to answer that right now but just trying to think of the Google anyway I but I but I also think that part of the problem. I think some of the things that I'm feeling is this. I mean I don't know it seems like a revenge against the way things seem to be going. Otherwise yes but you can't prove that a and I mean I'm arguing against my own myself right now but it's unprovable. It's just a feeling that I have a feels like every time they do these blind surveys of these academy members. There's always somebody who's like well. I don't think we have a diversity problem. I just think the movies that Star Wall you know other people uh-huh aren't as good as the ones right or even just that was nice. But it's not an Oscar film which covers all manner of sentence and that shows up in. Everyone knows that there is an Oscar film which there's been an Oscar film since like nineteen thirty nine like that's part of the problem. Yeah I don't know when it got so not. How did you no one team seventeen despite how much I love? It smells ker movie. It is twenty when I was fifteen. I did not think that was pejorative. In fact I thought that that was was meaning really really meaningful. My perception of it is changed or self conscious about it. That's an parasite actually wins. I'm going to feel really freaked out. Because does that mean that I'm basic because is the movie that I want to win also won the Academy Award. I just called aging. Yeah well I don't know I don't feel the way by moonlight. Yeah now more so feels like the exception and to me even though I mean in a weird way. Here's a good test of this of this question. The departed. I always think about the idea that departed is a best picture winner. You know what I mean. I think if the departed was directed by Guy Ritchie though it would have had no chance at the Oscars yes of course. The Scorsese. Only the Scorsese UNISOM did that but just looking at it. As a movie rate lake. That was the best picture of what was it. Two thousand six six. I just it just kind of. It's a funny thing. It's a funny thing that wasn't i. I wasn't the best movie of that year. Obviously are not obvious. It's funny that you bring that up. We actually just talked talked about that. Exact movie a couple of days ago show in that movie yeah. It's a totally fun and slightly. You need us. Yes Oh sure. Yeah what what other the way. I don't know actually actually. Actually what's going on with Matt Damon in that movie. Congratulations him okay. So if we were going to change James the telecast a little bit What what there was talk of this last year? About modifying the telecast. But I don't want to modify the telecast per se but I think that there's some categories that maybe we don't needed some categories and maybe we do need okay. I'm personally I just don't believe that. The shorts need to be in the Academy Awards No one watches them their unseen by the by the public at large. Are You mad at that. You want the short sustain gas. I do why I don't know but the idea. We will not a part of the rest of the conversation but is that really how it works. I mean I'm but you're talking to the wrong person and a win aware like I actually wish they had brought. I want to see the best bluegrass album winter. I WANNA see best. Okay I WANNA see best. Best Ja- best traditional jazz album. I WanNa see that person person win. You're in dangerous territory women. I personally would like there to be a nine hours. Oscar ceremony right. Amanda wants to get through this fairly quickly vision show. You're saying it's its own not work of art. But it's least its own entity that needs to have a start and a finish on a structure and momentum and energy we can't just like trot got out every single movie clip that Sean is like for the past seventy years and then let's talk about this cinematography. I'm and this one's like to the telestrator up with the old Oscar broadcast that were nobody really. There was no Internet for people to run to and complain. I mean it just ended when it ended and it was full of supporting clips. I mean for a lot of America. They didn't know who Pauline Collins was. They wanted to see like surely Valentine. What does that clip? This is good so you get a clip Pauline Collins Acting Shirley. Valentine know what you get is a weirdly spliced moment of an actor doing the most over the top contacts list part of a movie you have. If you don't know where Iran Iran remember. What Julia Roberts Best Actress Clip West Pretty woman? It was her singing kiss in the Jacuzzi.
Memphis Morning News
Box Office: ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Rules Over ‘The Gentlemen’
"Well movie goers you were stuck with the bad boys at the box office this weekend I guess they were stuck with them not we're stuck they chose to go and here's Kathleen Maloney raking in the cash the box office Will Smith and Martin Lawrence remain the top ticket sellers with bad boys for life what do all these you insured anybody in our shop yeah bringing in thirty four million dollars the World War one flick nineteen seventeen is second with nearly sixteen million in ticket sales and guy Ritchie's gangster film the gentleman is the top new release imagine having to your boss Mickey is too small to be blackmailing us Fletcher and the gentleman selling eleven million dollars worth of tickets Kathleen Maloney fox
Disney Gives Aladdin Fans Their First Look at the Live-Action Remake with a Magical Teaser Trailer
"Move on speaking of Disney. They've released the first teaser trailer for the live action at of patient of Aladdin last night. This is directed by guy Ritchie and this is a adaptation of the innovated. Classic that we all grew up on and I thought we do a quick reaction. You watch the shriller on slash on dot com or you know, just search for a leading teaser trailer, although that might bring up
Colleen and Bradley
Mcconaughey, Matthew and Bill Block discussed on Colleen and Bradley
"Are important to them. Matthew, mcconaughey is also trending in a surprise. Bit of news Miramax. CEO Bill block announced that Academy Award winner. Matthew, mcconaughey assigned on for guy? Ritchie's next film. Tough guys alongside