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Pat Walsh

01:11 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "guy ritchie" discussed on Pat Walsh

"So you know, I just kind of Gotta go with it. Yeah, but, yeah, he's not If you watched him in movies like the expendables and stuff like that, where he's fighting bigger guys. Uh, it Z Obviously he's not a big guy, but he is put together. Just ask my wife. Yeah, Every single time we go to Jason, safe and movie. She hopes that the one raised without a shirt on and I could always hear this, And that's okay. That's all right. I suck in a little bit. You know, he's got the six pack. I've got the Pepsi Cube. You know where somebody a lot more of me to look. You know, they say I gotta shape and I say Yeah, but round is a shape. Thank you so very much, Uh, Dogs movie house dot com Kin Dog on the Pat Walsh Show tonight. So so the new Jason State and Jason State, the movie is directed by Guy Ritchie. That's right more than directed, written or anything. Hey, had a hand in writing. Okay, I think he was the primary writer on the script and say It's a very different film for Guy Ritchie. This is his kind of Oh, Marge, if you will. He's changed his style up a little bit because you know a guy Ritchie has a style. Yeah, I always kind of equated to the British Quentin Tarantino, not the same style but a distinct style that he's got. Yes, you can say, Oh, that's a guy Ritchie movie right there. Right dialogue. Lots of action. Lots of quick cuts. Lots of funky edits. You know, the whole nine yards where it's kind of like We're almost watching a big budget 19 sixties Batman film. I think we're just gonna turn the camera little bit this way for this show. Yeah, it was with the shot and it's got all the dialogue and blah, blah, blah to some people love it. Some people hate it, and this one is a little bit different. This one. He's going It doesn't do the flashy stuff. Okay, Now he's a very good director when it comes to editing and stuff, but he's kind of letting it play out a little bit more of the shots or smoother. There isn't the snappy banter. Jason Statesman goes grim for this one s O interesting, So it's not It's his heat. That's the best way I can put it. It's his okay, hommage to Michael Man. Okay? And maybe a little Christopher Nolan. You know what the Dark knight films and stuff like that He doesn't quite have the command that man and Nolan is, But he's got a style and it makes it an enjoyable film. Just don't expect any witty one liners from State farm and the others. It's not a humorous movie. It's a fairly grim Film. Very straightforward, Straightforward action film. Okay, Very well done. Well, Ken dog. I think you probably helped me enjoy it then because if I would have had my expectations, right, I might not have seen it. For the quality of movie that it is just because I was expecting something else is like when you eat a, You know, you go into a restaurant. You're expecting it, too. Have you know Pesto sauce on and it's got something else. It's still good, But it's just not what you expected. So I didn't ask for Alfredo. Yeah, Yeah, yeah, This is very similar. It's less idiosyncratic movie that he's ever done. Got more straightforward film has ever done. Sorry. Pride butchered that last word, But I have a need to know lots of stuff. That was good. Yeah, Keep him 23 syllables, Max, that that's it, Ken Dog joining us on the Pat Walsh? Oh, You can join us if you like it 916921 15 30 or toll free 808 34 15 30. I have a question that I want to ask you when we get back into it. Movies that you think should.

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Fresh update on "guy ritchie" discussed on Pat Walsh

Pat Walsh

00:32 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "guy ritchie" discussed on Pat Walsh

"Bc Thanks So much for being with me. We're in the final hour of the final night of the week here on the Pat Wall. She show the Friday night Pat Well showed news 93.1 kfbk and live everywhere on the I Heart radio app. I found out I'm a very lucky man tonight. I'm lucky because Kendall is unlucky. I think that would be the best way. I could. I could phrase that I am very lucky. Because Kendall is unlucky. She just checked her lotto tickets. And I did Okay. And you did not win. I didn't. I was so excited to win the mega millions tonight. Like when the lottery on the air during the show. That would've been awesome until you got up and walked out. Because now you're rich. You don't need a job, and I, You know, I don't know how to do anything here. I I honestly don't I mean, that's not me kidding or exaggerating I there's one button. I know how to use in this entire radio station. It's my microphone. See, I know. How to turn myself off. And that is the only thing I know how to do in here. So if you were to win the lotto on, go out of here celebrating. Yeah, I was curious how that would work if I would just sort of kind of set things up and automation or say, Hey, P. B c. I just I just want to make a million, so I'll see you later. Have fun, Or would I stick around until 10 and I would beg you to And you really see me scrambling for that 13 minute? Peter Frampton. I'll be playing Peter friend. I'd be Doing? Do you feel like we do? Freebird Steroid happened mall back to back. I'd get into like traffic. Slow spark. A high heel boys had me get them all back to back there I'd be I'd be in a panic. Thank you for not winning Kendall. Any time. Any time I was really hoping that I would win, And then we could go get Frank's a state. There. There you go by Sinatra's estate. We would have a fun little radio. Get away would be cool to the compound. Yeah. That would be cool. Next time. There you go. Hey, look who's here to my right. And I finally get to meet him, Ken Dog. Welcome. Hey, it's good to finally meet you in the flesh. Is it works? Yeah, thanks So much for being here. And I've been just dying to talk to you, man. Because facts, man. Yeah. Pat told me. Yeah, course you'll come on when you're on. I thought, you know you just exclusive when pats you on, and, uh, When I'm in here, but that's all right love having you on and it's uh, tell me that the website again it's dogs. Movie house dot com has got it in one. I've got it in one. Yeah, And, uh, I see I've been teasing this, but I'm a kind of a big guy Ritchie fan. Okay. Gotcha. And you reviewed his man? Yeah, and Guy Ritchie really launched the career of Jason State that he didn't. Yeah, they've been there. This is their fourth clever. Mission together, though it's been the first one like 15 years. I think the last time they got together was 2000 five's rock and roller or something on your mind. So but yeah, they came in together, and really, you know, put put our call him the British Charles Bronson. Yes, He is very much in that He appears in these huge hits and ensembles like fast and the furious Hobbs and Shaw, But he does this kind of niche thing. He was like Arnold. One arm was in the eighties. His movies If you look at his box office of the eighties, wasn't that great the box office But when it hit home video, that's how he became the number one movie star in the world until about the late eighties, when he was doing things like twins and kindergarten cop stuff like that. And then, of course, I don't recall and Terminator two and all of a sudden he was, you know, big box office as well. So Yeah, stay from reminds me of that, You know, he stays in his lane, and he doesn't really, really well does it really well, But when he does venture out, and there was a movie he did with Melissa McCarthy called Spy where he spoofed his own image. Okay, And it's and have not seen. But now now I need to you need to. Yeah, he is so funny because he has this bit about the face off machine and CIA that doesn't exist. He thinks it is. Okay. He's doing this whole colony Stick where he's like, Okay. He's sounded, uh, put a quarter in the face. All right, do the face off machine and I and I, you know, changing the identity and I go and Allison Janney plays Bosco's Can't use the face on machinery now cost quarter. What? No, I'm kidding, you idiot. There is no face off machine. You know that kind of thing, and it just goes and goes and goes, and he really does a good job of send. He's got great comic timing. On. Hey, does a great job of sending up his image as a tough guy. Nice s O s. So when he does that, or he'll do something, you know, kind of high concept, at least from special effect standpoint, like the Meg You know where? Yeah, He's a draw. But the real draws the giant CG I shark. Okay, that thing right where, But when he does his own thing, and you can the mechanic you know the transporter movies, the transporter movies, those the ones I got him on the map because they found some guy who could actually kick like Jackie Chan in the choreograph the films. With him very quickly, So the fight scenes looked smooth on the I remember seeing the promo for the original one, where he runs up and kicks down the door on that guy's face. And it was like, okay, I got to see this film these guys. Great. Uh, did you know he was a professional diver? Diver later, like diving off the diving board. Really? Yes. You know that? Yes. Yes. Gonna ruin this tough guy image, but Yeah, I became an actor. He was a professional diver. I think you I I don't know Somebody might want to correct him on this, but he was almost Olympic level. He was really good. Wow. But the The stage and cinema and all that stuff came A calling on the rest is history. This is why I'm so glad you came on tonight because you just got all this in the replace all of this. The only place that all this stuff is useful like anybody want. Yes. Forget your guidance Counselor. What parents Still exactly useful. I'm pretty decent with rock and roll trivia. That doesn't mean no good. Unless I'm in a bar on rock and roll Tribune, right? That's like, Yeah, You know, it's like I could be practicing law right now. But here I am. But now let me ask you this about Jason State. Um, Do you ever see him and think Pat Walsh? Do you think the two literally there's a little bit is a little especially when especially when Pat got rid of all this here? And he went with the beard and he went with a sport coat for his his head. Shotwell says. Yeah, it's like that state them right. They actually believe it or not, Uh, that's bigger than taller and wider. I don't know about muscular because I haven't seen him working out. Although if you Listen to pat knees, and he's a pretty big Jim Jim, right. But But as far as musculature is concerned, he's a He's a big dude. By comparison, right state them is not very big is maybe 595 10? Okay, well, huge then I'm 56. Yeah, Yeah. What is it, Ron? White said. I'm between 56 and 61. Depending on what comedian storm walking out of here. It's about the same with me, You know, you know, and I can't wear the heels..

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Fresh update on "guy ritchie" discussed on Mandy Connell

Mandy Connell

00:40 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "guy ritchie" discussed on Mandy Connell

"Okay, now, now I went looked at this. You guys didn't tell me it was also a guy Ritchie film. So now I will not see this movie. I hate Guy Ritchie movies. Well, you'll hate him even more few months. This jump cuts and quick edits that look like crap and jarring And I just I can't stand his style. So sorry, Jason. As much as I would have liked to spend another couple hours with you. It's not gonna happen on this one. And my rating on this is one out of five bullet riddled spleens. Oh, Oh, why describe a lot of the injuries and what parts of the body and then you know, there's a lot of destroyed spleens in this small path. Mike, what do you got on a scale of five? I'm gonna give it to confusing. You can see we're reading this story line. Hmm. Mm hmm. That is only in theaters. I believe it was only in theaters right now. So Yeah, sure. The message. Definitely not happening when I have to pay for it. And maybe if I am really sick and slightly groggy Mike was in a charitable mood. Given both of these films, two of his units of measure, I wasn't gonna say anything. I wasn't gonna say anything about that. But I think Mike Mike's Mike, are you enjoying your life too much is if you've lost your edge. I know I'm a little bit worried about you. Two out of five is 40% at 40% of all your tests in school. You wouldn't have graduated. I'm just throwing that out. You've been very charitable. Some bad movies lately. Yeah, for the ones that are so Unbelievably that these two men we don't know which is that when you talk about it's classic bad. Yeah, there is one word. You know what? The one with Warren Beatty and Dustin huh? Yeah, that was the one Right now. Okay, Quintessential bad movie these air worse were they? What were their horror movie? Yeah, Things heard and seen. Don't see or hear it. Graph of a man. Yet wrath of man with Jason State in which would almost make me want to see it, But I'm not because I hate guy Richie. So that's B K. He just joined us because now it's time for the most exciting segment on the radio of its kind. And what world of the day.

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Fresh update on "guy ritchie" discussed on Mandy Connell

Mandy Connell

01:25 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "guy ritchie" discussed on Mandy Connell

"Wear back Mike Rosen in the house. Mike and Dave took two for the team and watch two movies. I tapped out immediately. When I heard what they were about Mike, I'm gonna throw it over to you. You take either of these stinkers and run with it. All right, let's let's do things heard and seen, You know that. It's said that Children should be Seen but not heard this movie should be neither heard nor seen. You stole my wife rating from the professional critics Rottentomatoes 25% from audiences even words. S O. It starts in the 19 eighties. A couple in Manhattan is going to go to upstate New York and the Hudson Valley because George the husband, Amanda Seyfried plays the wife. He's landed a job teaching art history at a small college up there. Where F. Murray Abraham is the head of his department. They move into a very old, creaky house that turns out to be haunted. OMG. This is gonna be a stair scary horror movie. It's not so much a horror movie as it is a horrible movie. The storyline is ridiculous. I giving away here. Here's the thing like horror movie. You don't have to have a great story line as long as it's scary enough, okay? But how do you screw up a simpleton Haunted House Horror movie story. You got the back story of why it's haunted. You got the special circumstances to get it out. And then you go about your business like how do you even mess that up? Well, the husband George is a psychopath. Oh, spoiler alert. Beginning there's something off about him. You just get that sense, don't you? He could be Mr Charming, but there's got ugly side that will be revealed in this movie F. Murray. Abraham is fabulous. What a wonderful actor. I think his greatest role ever was. Was in Amadeus in this one. He's also into mystic views of the hereafter and fiances. Isn't that convenient? Because there's a how did haunted house here and this 18th century? Swedish philosopher mystic. His book is one of the centerpieces of the movie, which allows the sands to take place and he was actually this was a real person. A manual Sweden board, of course, and he did write about this kind of thing I had never heard of him before, but There's No, I won't get into the The ax murder because that would be giving. Okay, so we know that's gonna happen. Is it? Glory isn't Hillary. Think Thought that the ax murder may have been either a suicide? I made that up a robbery robbery gone bad? Yeah, they wanted to steal the ax or something like that. And the ending is one of the worst endings ever totaled in this the problems satisfy well, so now is it? Is this a gory horror movie or suspicious? Especially not now for the ax murder? It's a couple of little well, it's enough to scare a five year old daughter, but not the audience. On the ghost by the way of a woman who had inhabited the house in the past. She's like Casper the friendly ghost except when her ghostly powers We're called upon to avert a disaster. She didn't show up. Oh, great. So she told everyone that you have the ghosts. They're good. They're supposed to help. But they really only pay lip service. They don't do much. Okay till you're dead. Then they help you. All right. Thank you. Too late for that. All right, then F. Murray Abraham. Was great in a movie that didn't deserve his performance. It's hard he won the Oscar for Amadeus is best actor playing Salieri. Why? What it come down? This role is all right. Getting most of it. I was just gonna say give us a rating because we only have seven more minutes now to review the gave it on a scale of five and give the one out of five. Blinking giant clown lamps. The little girl has a lamp in her room. That's a clown and and the electricity is making it blink. And that's supposed to frighten us. That's in assigned the ghosts of her around. Oh, gotcha. Okay, well, clown lamps. You had me a cloud lamps as being terrifying One out of five. Yeah. How about you might face a former president Jerry Ford. If Emanuel, Sweden, Berg were alive today he'd be spinning in his grave. Yeah, uh, in honor of him, And it's not his fault that he's made to look foolish. Because the movie I'm gonna give it a two out of five Swedish meatballs. Two out of five Swedish meatballs, the film's name again, and where can people find it if they want to torture themselves by watching it? It's on Netflix, and it's called things heard and seen. And his Mike said, Don't hear it. Don't see it. Things heard and seen on Netflix. Okay, moving on next up another winner. The revenge film wrath of Man, I guess just in case you were clear that it was a revenge film, they decided to practically call it the revenge film wrath of Man. Who wants to jump. I got nothing. I didn't see it. You guys who wants to talk about this for days for it, Mike. Okay, So the early scenes you see this fellow who's become a security guard? For an armored truck firm that carries a lot of cash. That is going to be our Jason Stratham. Who, by the way, combined with Guy Ritchie, the writer director, and the fast and furious Siri. So this is Jake. This adjacent strapped in for fast and furious fans, which might explain why I got a 91% ratings in the end I was I was about to say Wait a minute. No one told me Jason State them was in this movie. No one mentioned. Hey, Mandy, Jason State them is in this movie. You may want to give it a shot because that is a game changer for me. Okay? I know it doesn't matter to you people that that would be enough to make me at least try and tune it in and see what it was all about. Just to see if he only he only speaks 11 words during the entire movie. He doesn't need to know my boy. You don't understand. He is a man who needs few words. Okay? He just has few. He just has a smolder. They just need to the small he doesn't even need He could just stand there and not say anything. You could play a mute. I don't care. It's fine s 0 91% from the audience. 68% from the professional critics, which struck me is way too high. In any event. Everything's just set up for the big shoot out in the last hour and 45 minutes of the movie. It seemed that way. Where people come back from the dead after getting hit by 50 50 millimeter rounds, 100 of them or something like that. Also, it's one of these movies. You know, I'm I'm kind of a chronological kind of guy. I like things starting to beginning with the middle and ending at the end so movies that have all these flashbacks and flash forwards and you're not even sure what year You're in and this is set in 1980. A plot is very confusing and given what the movie is, don't waste any time trying to figure it out. You like to shoot out part of it on go weaponry. Wonderful. You'll enjoy that. Jason say that there's not much there. Jason State and the revenge. Part of it is because this son is killed. Okay? And you get to meet his son for about three seconds. So you really feel terrible when he's killed because you had sexual relationship established in this film. I feel like you're being sarcastic, Dave. Yeah, I kind of am. Yeah, And this got incredible high marks from everybody on got 7.4. I am DB and is, Mike said he got 68% critics 91% audience. And this kind of proves the statement by H. L mention that no one ever got rich by underestimating the intelligence of the American public. And that is certainly enforced in this movie. Hey, mumbles his way through it. You have two time. You don't know what he's saying. But you don't really care because no one says anything important in this film. There's the plot is confusing. The acting is non existent, except when people are shooting each other. If you love action and mindless action. This is the movie for you..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:57 min | 4 months ago

"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..

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Our Alternative Academy Awards The Oscars Show

The Big Picture

12:50 min | 1 year ago

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. 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Box Office: ‘Bad Boys for Life’ Rules Over ‘The Gentlemen’

Memphis Morning News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

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

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on WTOP

"Ten eleven the stars are out and shining this weekend when the gentleman opens in theaters director guy Ritchie brings Matthew McConaughey Charlie Hana Michelle Dockery and lots of other big names to the screen as a British drug lord tries to sell off his empire to a dynasty of Oklahoma billionaires on the other hand is and always has been the destroyer of worlds do not touch and I would like to consider an offer hi and not for sale joining us live on Skype culture critic Jen Chaney Jen how would you describe this movie because it is funny but I watch the trailer and it was also pretty violent I think the best way to describe it is that it's very guy Ritchie and if you see a guy Ritchie found then you'll know what that means I it is a crime story as you said Matthew McConaughey plays the drug lord who has this whole marijuana business and other people are trying to buy it from him and that whole process starts to get completely out of control the more the movie goes on I thought the last third of the film was the most fun and entertaining part of the movie the beginning Hugh grant's character is doing kind of a voice over narration and keeps introducing characters in providing a lot of backstory and it gets a little convoluted and confusing but if you stick with at the end of the movie toward the end of the movie it's star said like kind of take off and you have a better sense of what the narrative is all right well let's switch to the a Grammy awards on CBS Sunday honoring the best in music little bit of drama heading into this weekend's awards what can we expect on the show yeah there is some drama I'm not going to too much detail but Deborah Dugan who was the CEO of the recording industry has been put on administrative leave and she has come out with a bunch of accusations including the idea that the nominating process is ranked and that there are problems with it so that kind of with this whole situation in a in a different light than usual when going to the Grammys but you know as always we have great performances to look forward to lives who's one of the big nominees this year she'll be performing so we'll Billy eyelash apparently Aerosmith and run DMC you're performing so I have to think they're gonna do walk this way there's gonna be a tribute to prince a lot of lot of really good performances which is really the key thing that most people watch the Grammys for all right we will be watching CBS Sunday thanks John have a great weekend you too filter critic Jen Chaney there on sky ten fourteen do you track.

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on Probably Science

"My brother and me was always a favorite already existed but i don't honestly i'm probably wrong about the timeframe but either way all good podcasts. Everyone check them out. Unsolicited solicited blogs yeah did you did you ever the damage anything while you were shovel to you. Oh dude <hes> the last time i went out actually for this one company company. I think they may have been like that. We can't have any more would you do. I found half of a <hes>. We were just kinda. We're kinda hacking away. Eh interesting supposed to date very carefully but i was a shovel bum <hes> hacking away dig and dig and dig in and like i hit something and put with my shovel up and i hit chipped <hes> the i had broken in half and chipped the top off of half of a huge spearhead the coolest thing i've ever found oh cool thing i've ever found instantly broke. It in the process broke it in half but that's fine. It's not like a <hes>. It's weird because it's not because i had the chip. If it came off i had the half and then as we dug down i found the other half so basically we found a complete spear tip right and because i had all the pieces. They were just like it's fine. It's not a problem but still you don't feel very indiana jones. When you're like oh i cracked in the skull adedibu blowing. You're blowing bee's role cursed by the way while we've been talking about this. I've bean trying to google king stories and it looks like there is dispute in the legend as to where he got the sword from the stone although and in some solutions the sword that came from the stone is not excalibur two different so he has a different from the stone and then breaks it and then the lady that lake gives him excalibur. That's oh i was was hoping he would have to magic swords this motherfucker. It's just it just keeps finding them. Everybody's luckiest guy wrestling with magic so befitting imagine king is to have a sword in each hand on people. That's way cooler that arthur double tip lightsaber as as well you can have sold stuck in stones everywhere around the country so that only you can get out east scooters lock. He's gonna sort in every different combs. That's great. I never yeah. I want that gritty reboot. I think it's been done recently rich. He just i was gonna say guy ritchie. Maybe that's sunk into my subconscious but i could see him. Directing king arthur with two blades aides were doing krav maga exactly dump trendy. He's park boring for everywhere that that one teams bond with with the u._s. Stamp this being so two thousand seven or whatever the with all the like. I watched triple x. Today wow wow tony hawk is in it. Tony hawkes like one of the dudes who helps triple x. with his strange stunt at the three skateboarding during its no no. He's driving the car. Though okay is this forgot its vin diesel. Then later became ice cube india later became ice cube because vin diesel saw saw the movie but talk about something that is like hasn't aged well. It's it tastes like monster energy or the red bull yeah. I'm i'm seeing. I think we're seeing hobson. Today we met i think so. That's the planet lease yeah. I've heard it's outstanding. I might have never seen a foster furious movie so we'll have to get up to speed. I saw scary stories to tell him that dark last night. Is that a new goosebumps ethane. It is yes remember the old books with the terrifying illustrations <hes> they might have been. I might be too old for sure <hes> but they made a movie about the books and it was scary. Really it was scary. It was good yeah. I think i saw the goosebumps movie and it was fine. Yeah i like the first goosebumps. I watched the second one and it was a travesty yeah. I thought gummy bears involved in that. I'm just picturing animated gummy bears in the second one just material or that scary. What does that massive parents. Oh oh yes really buddy..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on /Film Daily

"T. F. Nestled it like sure yeah go for broke like one you know but like you know am I genuinely interested you know I don't think so. I didn't see the new evil dead but it seems like it has such a different tone than the original especially like army of darkness like I don't even understand how those would match together but Anna okay <hes> let's move on with southwest Sherlock Holmes three something that we've been talking about for what like six years now or something <hes>. It's this thing going to actually happen Brad. It seems like it now that <hes> Robert in junior is all all finished with iron man that's right iron man is dead. Sorry guys we don't know about it by now <hes> but Robert downey junior schedule as much more free and that was kind of what was holing up Sherlock Holmes three from happening in the what will be ten years since <music> astronaut homes game of shadows was released by the time Sherlock Holmes three comes out but it won't be Guy Ritchie behind the camera for the sequel apparently I it will be Dexter Fletcher fresh off directing the Elton John bio-pic rocket man a hill now be behind behind the camera for this sequel. We don't really know much about it. Except <hes> it sounds like it will probably take place in the United States during the time of the old West which <hes> sounds fun enough to do another Sherlock Holmes movie. I personally didn't think <hes> game of shadows was all that great. Despite the introduction of Moriarty and having Jared Harris play him but the prospect of having Robert Downey junior and jude law as Holmes and Watson in the wild west sounds like it could be pretty fun to me <hes> <hes> I'll be almost the see whether or not there's still a good audience for these movies <hes> they were fairly popular when they came out the the sequel made slightly less than the first one domestically but it made <hes> almost the same amount that it lost in the domestic box office it gained in the international box office so <hes> it just rains me seeing whether or not the ten year gap between sequels. Will you know greet a sort of detrimental guess for audiences to have an interest in it especially especially with all the franchise fatigue. It's been <hes> this summer by Robert. Downey junior is a big star. People seemed to have liked his take on Sherlock Holmes and <hes> you know we'll we'll find out when it comes out in December of twenty twenty one. Is Anybody here excited for Charlotte comes three. I mean I feel like I really loved that original movie and in the sequel the only thing I can remember loving about it is that Hans Zimmer Zimmer Song that I think he was nominated for Academy Award for <hes> <hes> for the H.. T. Better either view accepted particularly. You're the big mystery guy here. Yeah and I love Sherlock Holmes as a character. I am interested in in this because the Guy Ritchie style is so unique and for Dexter Fletcher to come in for the third movie franchise. I'm wondering if they're going to have it be excuse me more like a <hes> like a clean break rake almost from the first two movies like especially with that ten year gap to like if they're not going to have it rely so much on the mythology that they've already established in the <hes> in the first two movies if it's going to be sort of like a clean entry point for people <hes>. I don't know that that could work and Dexter Fletcher is an interesting guy. He's made <hes> <hes> I mean rocket. Man Is Brad said but he also directed. This movie called Eddie the Eagle which I really liked from like twenty fifteen I think <hes> and he's he's an actor as well. He started out as an actor so he's definitely like an actor's. Here's director so I I feel like he could get <hes> really good performances out of Downey and July and yeah..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"I don't. Yeah. Yeah. So I don't know. I'm I'm circuit loved it. I'm sure there were kids who just thought it was fantastic. Probably, I guess I guess that leads me to govern shouldn't have been the gaffer this. But I think that's because we live in this world where, and I bring this up, like I think my personal feeling I've said there's more and more often recently as like I think, because guy Richie had these before and probably was a white people expected. He could do this movie. Whereas there may have been another by would director who may have never done a big budget movie, but because of that seem like they can handle it. Whereas I think we live in this world in all honesty, not. I say, I have experienced in work, people assume that have to prove that I can do it. Whereas some of my counterparts are soon that they can do it in his really only only really seen it, when it's like a personal color or women whereas a lot of female writers have met, and like I had to do this, this, and this and this for free before someone gave me the shot whereas I've had people who were flip from being it AP or PA, directing. And it's like how you didn't do anything that led you up to this, you know, you, you didn't do like some great student film or some great short negotiators up, someone just assume that. Oh, you know what this person, probably could do it. And I think that's what guy guy Ritchie, this movie is that the sumptuous was that he could do this. And it'd probably what other people out for and they were like you know what? They've not proven themselves, yet because I think the thing is people people really assume just because, like say, say their three by would directors three of them. Did short indie movies? Right. You know really good. Really good. Any movies, people still will not give them a chance to make a blockbuster film. Whereas if you get one white director who's done one indie movie, one indie movie..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Laxed. What was it like working with guy Ritchie? What's his process like? You know, once once you build a report with the guy we had six weeks of working on this film. So we cultivating relationships. But once you build your just let you do. You're saying and yeah very. Civic style of filming, I think anyone seeing this film will definitely lead knowing it's a guy Ritchie film. So it was an absolute blast. He's a gentleman Drouin through. Before we let you go. Number one movie in the world when you saw that headline and you saw the box office numbers come in last weekend. How did that wash over you the number one movie in the world? You know, we're just all very happy that audiences love it. You know, that's the most important thing, I think critic critical reviews came a little bit mixed, but people went and started seeing the movie, you know, sponsors really overwhelming. So you just gotta take a chance and, and go see but film, and I think you'll enjoy it. Will end how we began screw the let me be very, screw the critics your fantastic, the movies fantastic. And I was ready to be a harsh critic but nothing but love your fantastic. And I can't win. I can't wait to watch your career. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so much. Have a good day. Everybody Aladdin in Aladdin. You mentioned how excited you would be to be two thousand people in and find out that you got it. Oh my God. He probably just lost his mind, not a lot of time to think about it was like a hack. I'm out well. Single ladies. I always wonder if that's just a little too much to ask. But. Chemistry that you said they have with jasmine Naomi, Scott. They. I don't think so. Mom right now trying to hook him up. Said, jeeze working with guy, Ritchie, not only does he have his own style there. But I was curious about just the liberties that they took the way that they've changed the story jasmine a more fully. Yeah. Yeah. Which was another asset. I mean I said it if you guys miss at episode of the show, where I reviewed it couple. Big assets couple big wins in the wind category. Or as I said, in Aladdin column B, would you like them? Be win was guy Ritchie, who also co wrote it his decision to make jasmine of bigger character, and it didn't seem out of character. Her motivations make sense in the context of this Aladdin in this modern retelling of Aladdin, and it was one of the best editorial decisions that Disney made with this, and it made it worthwhile. I mean, you know, I like these live action remakes critic of some of them, we didn't need Dumbo, but. But give us something new something fresh. If you're gonna redo these gonna make give us something fresh, and I think they're going to do that. I think John rose doing that with the line king to give us something new to chew on we've seen. I can recite the animated movie to you and this movie delivered on that for me. It added some fun little biddy moments here. And there, they, they added elements to the story. They didn't offend me and that sounds overly dramatic. But nobody you're kind of appears with that. Yeah. And it didn't enhanced there's the word it enhanced the story. And I'll, I'll say it again, Aladdin jasmine chemistry and his chemistry with Wilson. Those are the two biggest assets of Aladdin critics day on. I really don't understand where the hate comes from with this movie because I could've could have trimmed ten minutes from it. Yeah. But whatever. That's all small beef. I can't wait for you guys to go. See I really like Alexis, especially you. I can I know. About rocket racket VM. Yes. Yes. Yeah. This week. I know too.

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on Datebook

Datebook

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on Datebook

"And, and one of the actually one of the young women from book smart, the, the lesbian, they'll not the lesbian lead. But the let's put into with. No. But the lesbian friend. Yeah. She's one of the stars in that. She's she's very. We're talking about back to really quick books. More as I can read this wrong, but I read that beanies brothers Joan. The hill. They look alike. Could see I could see the result. Okay. Okay. More one week. Yeah. To this is this one baffles me. Because before you go into what, what do you usually think about Will Smith? Just really quick. Well, you know, he's growing on me, but generally, I'm not crazy buying. But, but I, but I've been liking employs ten five five six years. I didn't like him when he was popular. Okay. So now my question is, what do you usually seek about guy Ritchie? I usually pick up across and back up. Backup from in the room to tell you. I'm safely out of the site of a guy. Ritchie movie. His I like the I think up until this movie that he's the worst divorce filmmaker of, of a scene. You know, for so many reasons I think that he's, he's horrible. I mean when I when I said, I said, he's the worst screenwriter in the world. But it's not the worst film maker in the world. Because somewhere, you can find that help like about maybe a half dozen people with less dire. To'real talent. But fortunately, they've been safely diverted into other fields of endeavor. So he's the worst director of any of the people who actually get to direct movies. That's what I said up until that. So we'll Smith for me. It's been. Guy Ritchie, I'd probably more than you find him. We post and the thing is I don't know. Pretty far movie. I ever thought that was half decent was the first Sherlock because Robert Downey junior and Jude law. Probably ignored all of his direction and made a tolerable. So we have a new movie that's out. Starring Will Smith, directed by guy Ritchie called the Latin. What did you think about those good good movie? I really liked it. I like Bill Smith. I think we'll I've liked Will Smith six or seven years. I didn't like them in things like I never enjoyed him in. Stuff like men in black, or when you actually populist in concussion or, or his performance in concussion, or pursuit of happiness. I thought it was like, yeah, I liked him both those and I and I really liked him in that crazy movie where he, he decides he's going to kill himself, and he he's gonna will all his body parts to different people now. I actually that's, that's a big bucks black so men in black. Yeah. I don't like that. Yeah. Anyway, the first of all, you know, it's, it's kind of, like beauty and the beast, they, you know, they use live action. Look, they used to in the old days they used to be able to do things in animation that you can't do you can't do in, in live action. These days, not so much even nineteen Ninety-one there were things you could do. Now you can do anything. And so to me, you get a live action version of it is sort of the best of both worlds. You get a lot of, you know, the thing you know the, the, the fantasy things that you can do. And then you also you also get you also get, you know, like the romance is a lot better in this one because it's actual people. And then the other thing is that a lot of people really like Robin Williams as the genie. But I find Robin Williams in that is a statute of limitations up. Can you actually like not like something with is it too soon to like anything Robin Williams? But I thought he was annoying actually liked him in the lab. I think it's the only reason I liked the movie. I just I can't take it that just all that stuff. That riffing. I never found that funny. I never I just never found that funny. I like him us you know, just playing it Heff we straight. So anyway, this. Yeah. I thought it was beautiful to look at. It was it was nicely paced. It wasn't. No, ridiculous action sequences like usually does. No. I think everybody I believe everybody in the movie is an American accent. So you don't have any of this kind of cockney thing. Were English or British or Pakistani or Indian, maybe some casting issues going on somebody actually withdrew because he wasn't because he was very white. It was it was very controversial. And he withdrew he withdrew because they didn't like him being cast because he was white to be playing Aladdin was he was what? Remember who it was? So as an actual white actor. Yeah. Okay. So. Anglo Saxon, Anglo Saxon way back to you. Because I think if you're Egyptian you're white, I mean, Mubarak is a white guy and, and and I mean I mean that's a, that's a multiracial. Country, you know, Sadat was black. And actually, when you look at the it's very interesting when you go to the Metropolitan Museum, and you look at the whole, oh, the stuff you see a mix of black and white people. And, and does Real There's Madrid? a consistency of hierarchy. No is, you know, one thing or the other all the rule is that vary sets. It's interesting. But anyway at was is delightful. And, and of course, I'm not a big fan of animation. So when I see in the Ladan this live action, and it's know kind of it appeals to me whereas, I think a lot of people really like it. And also to a lot of the younger, critics, I believe, may have grown up, you know, watching Aladdin on on just on was it. No, no, no on just like on a continual loop. Yeah. Yeah. On a loop. So every year wizard of Oz for me and Mary Poppins that's every year. But, you know, if you grew up in the age of video parents were just plop your in front of a set. And just, you know, play the same movie over and Oregon, just shut up the Barbie DVD's. Yeah. I hate you why. Because kept watching it over and over and over again. I mean, that's, that's it is the way you know, babysitting. You just do that. I, I can see why anyway. So I think we covered it. I think we got it. So, so Liebe at you have anything else said, you have anything you want to add. Right now. I think we're good. I think zilla and Ma have disappeared because. Yes, let's bang anyway. So thank you for listening and come back next week or the week after another thrilling exciting episode. And for the San Francisco Chronicle on Mickle, Sal..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on /Film Daily

"So good luck with that. But the stars who Matthew mcconaughey, Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant, Charlie Hunnam, it's you know, as you expect with guy Ritchie has his style. It has. You know, the intense action punctuated by moments of vulgar humor. This actually feels much like a return to form from itchy. It feels like his older films. What do you think? That's what I wrote down in my notes, a return to form for guy Ritchie for the people who have been sad to see him go to massive blockbusters, even the Sherlock Holmes movies. Or you know, he's got a Ladan coming up. He worked on the King Arthur movie not long ago with Charlie Hunnam for people who have been disappointed in those efforts. I feel like they're going to be on board for this. Because this has a much smaller scope, but it definitely has that same vibe and energy as movies like snatch and lock stock and two smoking barrels. Sure, we said this, but it's a British gangster story. Right. Yeah. Sorts actually the trailer though, we saw didn't really give us. There's like drugs and rival gangs and stuff like that. Henry Golding is in it too. I don't remember if you mentioned him, but he was the male lead of crazy, rich, Asians. And he looks really great. There's a scene where he sort of faces off with McConnell. Hey, and yeah, I think for people who enjoyed the early output of guy Ritchie. This is definitely going to be for them. Yeah. I think I am interested in seeing this. I'm interested in seeing this and the Twenty-one bridges movie. Let's let's talk about the next film. That is the secret garden, this is based on the beloved novel. It's from producer David Heyman..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"If you come from an upper class, or if you cannot even that if you if you've just been, you know, an actor for a long time, and you're so good with all the different accents. He can do any accent. At all, there's something really. So of like, you know. A little more cockney tower tower. Yeah, that's all. It's just tougher. And you see that like calm. I heard I heard I think you said this or someone so this to about what's his name the guy the shaped head British guy in all the guy Ritchie movies, Jason safe. Exact same over Jason state, though, Jason say that might be a little different because he was I don't know. He was NAFTA. I don't know about his background. But I'm not saying, but I'm just saying that there is a you will find a lot of Brits who grew up speaking one way chain, which was a little more posh. And then they yeah. Then you then they get there's sort of like a more of a shame like I came from a posh, easy upbringing. So they will mimic somebody who did. Don't realize he's been that famous that long. Oh, fuck uses. He's incredible. He's an American psycho. But he had a long break. And you know, he was he was always acting in England and always doing like, you know, things on stage. He's incredible. And then and then came over to this side. And also, you know, he said, I don't know if you've ever heard him talk about how he was basically like I lose weight. I do all these crazy things because I put makeup on them. And I'm gonna I'm an actor. And it doesn't make me feel like a man. So I have to make it hard on myself, essentially, nine forty nine years. I love state though, he seems like. He's like the only guy. I see that looks good with like this shaved bald shaved oh, actually balding. Yeah. But little bit shank it. He I think he made his first we all notice him on lock stock and two smoking barrels. That was the guy Ritchie film. Yeah. You ever see that movie? Yeah. Yeah. But he's legit athlete. Legit Olympic athlete. Diver- diverse. Right. Yep. That's Jason stays on this wife. Let me go ahead and see Rosie hunter. If you don't mind Jesus Christ. It's ten minutes long. Former Victoria secret model makes sense. That's okay. It's Jason Stacy for God's say. Yeah. Thirty years old. I'm not mad at Bradley Cooper's life, easy. It's also Victoria's. They're not married though. Right. They have a kid. She's a victorious even while Jason state them not wearing cool shit outside. Whatever. We'll do. Yeah. He's the best. Has his wife. Good for him. Now. Yeah. So he went to I don't know how we get. Oh for Dick Cheney he wanted. I haven't seen that movie. I wanna see eye to eye here is bad. I hear it's really good. I'm not a big fan of Dick Cheney. I don't think it paints them in the best light. Now. These are the winners. He looks so much like fucking, Freddie. Mercury man. Does he ever he's short on? I thought looks long Rami Molly green puck didn't see that. One playing close. Didn't see her weight cash. She's. The forces so green book. Oh, yeah. Wow. I won best. Wow. Keeps going down. Best performance. Mommy, Malecki best foreign actress, Olivia Colman. Okay. Best director Roma. There's your boy Christian bale. One Regina keen won for best. All right. That's supportive. I love fucking love heart. Good. The original school are. She's so all these. I haven't seen that rejane King Juan. She's such an awesome are Justin Hurwitz Helen. The fuck is green or sell Rogin blasts out the marvelous what is it? The marvelous holiday. Damn ADEMA Kate road. Some people are so fucked us animated baby spider verse..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Latest? Trending online this afternoon. It would be a new photo shoot featuring rate till make atoms. She's dressing glamorous clothing and also is wearing some breast pumps lots of people praising that photo sheet today. Also, trending home alone star MacAulay Culkin, he starring in a couple of ads for Google assistant as his character. Kevin McAllister from the classic holiday film. Also, really hotly trending today would be that Entertainment Weekly cover of Aladdin, featuring the cast of the live action Aladdin, we're getting our first look at that film. It's out in theaters in may Will Smith said don't worry everybody. I will be blue the actual movie. Yes. And guy Ritchie. The director of the film said they're completing CGI effects on the film. And again, he's gonna look nineteen seventies. Dad that quote, just really gets me because it's like, okay guy Ritchie reference. All right. Well, that's what's trending here at mytalk. And remember Jason and Alexis are celebrating their ten year anniversary on the air. This fry. Riday December twenty first we want you to help us take a trip down memory lane. Use the Mike feature on the mytalk after record an audio. Message to Jason and Alexis you just might hear it on the air the security here at mytalk staff, the weather, which is brought to you by envision distinctive eyewear, patchy fog for tonight and into the first part of the day tomorrow. Thirty three the low tonight mostly cloudy the rest of the day tomorrow thirty five for the high right now it is overcast forty at mytalk. Now, you know what we know more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"It's the called the untitled, but Bach on very scraping, the lots of lots of Skype. And he he is a writer director. So he he wanted to make sure that his vision was duly service. And so he wanted to walk through everything. Which by the way is great as an actor like that makes it easier for me because I'm now not throwing darts at a dartboard with a blindfold on. I know exactly what the director wants. And hopefully, I can then tailor what I wanna do. And and make both of us happy. Right. Guy Ritchie who director even the man from local. Is a guy who made his name with hyper, hyper, visceral action movies. Often with a bright sense of humor woven in. So how did you get along with him? And did you do you think I love guy? He's terrific. He is also a, hyper violent individual wouldn't bright sets of human. I mean, he was doing jujitsu every morning before work and then coming in and cracking jokes with a black eye. He's really funny. He's incredibly smart. And he is. I mean, he's he's cutting. That's that's how I would describe guy. He's not necessarily. He's not he wasn't guy didn't get his education in school. I mean, he is as street, smart and crafty as anyone I've ever met, so what where guy really. Shines is when there's a problem. So if we're not set and everything's going. Well, he's bored. He's like, yeah. That's great. I this is good and cameras. Great move that camera into a little bit. Okay. Do it got any sport. But the second someone goes guy, we got a problem that I this joke isn't working. It's just not funny. We need to we need to retool this. So we need to redo the beginning of the scene. Also this door opens the wrong way, and it affects the whole geometry the scene because we needed this camera over there to pick up this. But if we opened the door blocks this person, then also we need to that today. You can give them a list of problems at a look at it for a second. And you see him come alive, and then he walks on set and he's looking around and he's kind of doing one of these. Here's what we're going do move that camera three feet that way put that lens on give me that script is what we're gonna say you're going to say this. Then you're going to say that then you're going to save this which is ain't going to set up for this joke. That joke is going to be perfect. Also as far as the door goes open it at this line, then as a joke make sure that this guy feels like he can't see what the other guys saying. So he steps around that'll be another joke, and then, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. There you go call me when you need me and he'll walk off set again. And he was like that took him two seconds. We've been deliberating about this for an hour. He's he's a genius in in in that way, fully fast on his feet, incredibly fast. Makes sense the pacing of the film for sure one hundred percents that yes. Having a conversation with that guy when he's in the mood to really get going, again exhausting is it feels like you're trying to chase you saying bolt? Amazing amazing. You've had such a variety of experiences. You're you're still relatively young. You are young. You're what your career is still relatively yet? With such a basically a child's go. You work with so many interesting people. Who among actress you've worked with who is impressed? You like in the moment. I mean, it'd be totally remiss if I didn't say Timothy Sheldon. He really is. He's he is a raw bundle of talent that it's incredible. Just watching him to his thing. Also, Jack ranger in Irish actor that I've worked with I've worked with him on two movies now. He has the most natural approach to this that I've ever seen it feels effortless to him about it..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Isn't today's dollars. I don't know. And she would have married Burton again. I know she would've you would've. Burton and Mike Todd were the loves of her life. And of course, you fight for HIV aids research, he was one of the first people to do that. And we really should refer to as Dame Queen Elizabeth all of this that is so true. Yes. Okay. Guy Ritchie is making a movie called tough guys age tough means like kind of liquor. You're rich and dandy. Is that what is that? What tough is it's British. Oh, yeah. It's British slang for I think kind of like being all that kind of a dandy kind of. Okay. Okay. Is a derogatory stereotype for someone with an aristocratic background growing into the landed gentry. Yes. So. Exudes an air of superiority. Yeah. And so apparently guy Ritchie and another guy wrote the script, and it's going to be the collision of European old money and the modern marijuana. So Hugh Grant is in it Henry golden from crazy rotations, Matthew, mcconaughey. You know, you'll be the modern marijuana industry back in sale. I love this. I British drug Lord is attempting to cash in on his empire by selling to the dynasty of Oklahoma billionaires. Hugh Grant is going to be a British tabloid reporter, which is ironic considering how he sued the British tabloids. I'm just going to say this it. Title sounds really good. I wish someone else was directing instead of guy will he has made so long ago, but guys are passionate about guy Ritchie moving. Well, let's to see the last time we even liked one. Well, here's what he has Aladdin. It's not out yet king. Arthur no one saw the man from uncle everyone hated Sherlock, Holmes. Did anyone see? The the vacuum was in that. Manco rock and roll LA. I mean, the last time he means liked was re Volver was in two thousand lock stock and barrel that was in nineteen ninety eight. Yeah. No time. He needs a hit. He does need to have. We have seen nothing from Hamworthy, by the way. They're scrambling over at FOX movie making company because Esquire is about to drop a big huge story on Brian singer. Who was the director beaming rhapsody X men, he's been rumored people hate him on his movies such an a plus he's. I'm just he's a serial sexual assault. He's done. So this is coming out. He will he produce usual suspects. So he was a producer X men two. Yep. Producer val. Corey dirty sexy money, which we loved. Let me see where he directed. He's just been a producer. All these X men things. He he's very difficult onset apparently N. Yeah. He did admit that, you know, there were some fights between himself and ramming Malik crew members are talking and he they're saying no he was he threw electrical equipment they flew to London. The FOX movie people to have a stern talking to. And I guess he started crying. But he still left before the movie was finished and the cinematography had to finish it and a lot of movies coming out. Yeah. So they're what they're trying to say is if will people care this time about the sexual assault allegations about brain singers. The damage control is going to be monumental because FOX has had a long relationship with him, but the onset and takes in multiple sexual assault. Allegations have been around this guy for a long time at least ten years. So they're kind of coming out right now today later bohemian rhapsody say.

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Disney Gives Aladdin Fans Their First Look at the Live-Action Remake with a Magical Teaser Trailer

/Film Daily

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Mcconaughey, Matthew and Bill Block discussed on Colleen and Bradley

Colleen and Bradley

00:12 sec | 2 years ago

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

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on Bigmouth

"Madonna, really those long-suffering guy Ritchie. He didn't. She's really good. She is notoriously kind of a control freak. So the thing I would imagine it's really hard to write a book about her is like the opposite of lily Allen book Lillian Bookham becomes out and basically it was written with somebody else and she sat down told her story in an immensely open way. So that's one way of writing a book about somebody uses the opposite. There's no way you're gonna hear Madonna. So how did you manage to negotiate around her without her people coming down and saying, I'm sorry, it's you taught? Yeah, it's a really interesting one that one in the so we started researching it when my kids were really tiny and seven o'clock in the evening. I'm feeding my two year old and who's screaming the phone rings and it's highs Liz Rosenberg in New York. Oh my God right phone call wrong time. But it happened that I was going out to New Yorker a few weeks after that do some research, and I had a meeting with her and so loses. Madonna's right ham woman. She's retired now, but she she was her right ham woman, and it was just a really good opportunity to explain what I'm doing with the book and saying, pretty much what I've just said now about wanting to focus on her as a musician, an-and artist, and obviously that got relayed back because then I had quite a fair amount of access to those people that were with her. So while she wasn't officially inducing it all making an autobiography I did. Yeah, I had quite a lot of axiom overhead out on you. Talk to you. When when how? I mean, he didn't have to go through a bins or any fence. Dollars. Canucks. So how do you feel about Lucy the past decade Madonna's work, Madonna, the person you've revised at ten years after the time, what's the dot decade told us, what are you. The biggest thing for me is how she was famously in control, and that's what we all saw. And then what was remarkable for me was the twenty sixteen billboard speech where she won women of the year and she just stood up there. Looking bloated looking really vulnerable saying, actually, you don't. The music industry has completely me over and saying, I'm a victim of it as much as you know any other star female artist. And I thought that was really interesting. The even Madonna even Madonna, the music industry completely got to her. But do you believe that I always see her so Teflon coated, and there's lots of hints in the book about how the idea of her mom dying. And also this idea that she was sexually assaulted as well in New York made her really super tougher. Nothing can penetrate that. Do you see the funderburk because that's the thing that I still find any hard yet yet? No, I I, yes. I think she made herself. Tough. She and that's what drove her to the top of that nine thousand nine hundred music industry. I mean, that was a different little industry to conquer. But I think just she's definitely mellowed in the years between her fiftieth and sixtieth birthday. I think she's realized an awful lot. And she's I think there's something about reaching sixty where someone looks back and really thinks about what's happened. You know, really thinks about what's happened. She doesn't have to compete anymore with women like twenty five thirty years younger than and she's in a different place now. And I think that's what comes through. Do you think we've ever had a still active pop Valkyrie in her sixties before? Who's who hasn't gone tasteful and has just sort of just releasing? Yeah, I was gonna say ballots. It'll be US markets and Joan Collins. Think anyone else share Jones. I was just gonna. Grace journalists is in heroin lane though because we never as big as no, but Donna and also she's a career mentally and do says, she's kind of what she likes to be kind of amused, but to interpret other people's ideas..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"Most always at some point, it was a turn and I went, you know what people would like to see him as a God who cannot be stopped by any means. Maybe we find the l. let's find it because I think it's coming up fairly soon. I don't think he has many roles where he's but like the lock stock and looks like he's pretty much just a regular guy. Yes, snatch it's more cartoony, but he's also he's a guy who's with with Tommy his Powell? Yeah, they spend most of that movie on the run kind of a more threatening guys and he's not super ripped or anything in. Yeah or anything, but a certain point they just like he look, he's done a lot of stuff done a lotta great stuff, a bold man. I feel definitely. Yeah. If you know if you know a friend who's very thinning on talk or he's like bold on top and he's got like the the mullet out the back of whatever if you want, if you want them to change their look. Yeah, you just go up to them and be like, now, man shave your head. You'll look like Jason style them. That's right. They'll do it. Yeah. And you could live inside? Vinnie Jones has always been a drain. Remember snatched brain. Great. Lower. Not as good as Luxton cry. No, I think and it's it's more it's more stylized and it's more cartoony. It's more a caricature. I think it's less. It doesn't feel like I feel like Loxton even though it has these stylized elements and like odd Calloway's and like some like like katuni transitions and stuff like that. I feel like. It feels much more like a story that could happen near run. I think snatches y mole like. It's it's why more Hollywood certainly do you think guy Ritchie and Madonna ruined each other's careers. No, look, I think Madonna. I mean, what's. Are we talking about this? I don't know. I think Madonna had like Madonna's career went for like forty years that either of the stall. Yeah. I mean, I think I think Madonna's creative output just sort of thinned out over the and then she just sort of slow down thing. I think if she wants to make another album she would, but I'm yeah, but maybe she killed guy Ritchie's who knows the next one after that is the two thousand movie turn it up where he plays, mister bay didn't say that, but let's shoot a white snatch Kiai. Yes. Let's assume this is the one. This is the movie way becomes an indestructible, rampaging monster. Yeah. After that, we've got ghost of MAs where he plays sergeant Jericho Butler, too. I've never seen ghosts Amasi familiar with it. Have I saying ghosts of Mars, I have seen a MAs movie of that era. Now they actually ghosts because one yet they actually goes because looking at this, it looks like the liens or that ghosts violins of Mars. Is that what they're saying? In retrospect, I have not seen this, but I did there was I think this is the year where there was another MAs movie that came out at the same time, red red. I sold out the one, yeah, mission to Mars mission to Mars. I remember I remember seeing the ad goes some Moslem thinking maybe. But I never did on now. If I close the, I'm Dave Jason side. You know what? They put that in the day. They overheard you the movie executives and Meko Putin in the next ad. Because it was like seek Yosef MAs. I don't know. Maybe maybe. You could put up. He's bloody, oh, I'm David. Jason stay you son of a bitch on the next onto the one anyway with Jaitley I'll say that jet lays there's multiple versions of jet lake young, each other through dimensions. He plays pot, narrow something, and maybe betrayed him. But one point who knows and then they kick each other in a steel mill. This is the one I remember noticing that he could do and swap Naughton karate. You remember being any good though. I remember being impressed that the two jet lays didn't look terrible. Okay. Will you impressed with Jason Statham? I don't remember that much of him in this mood, horrific. I remember he's got more hair then we'll, this isn't about the jet Lee movie, the one, the effects heavy, gently movie. The one with is a multi verse, but there's only like thirty two universities in it in the multi verse or something..

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on /Film Daily

"All right twenty twenty time i hear that the year twenty twenty it sounds like the distant future i mean that was really not i can't imagine being alive by then so i don't i don't really know if any i was going to be interested in sherlock holmes in twenty twenty but i guess we'll say i'm sort of conflicted about this because i like the first movie and i found game shadows to be sort of wearing thin already that that came out only a couple years after the first one did so you know the big wait does have any a little worried but at the same time it's like if bill and ted is gonna come back and it's been since nineteen ninetyone like it's not like downy and jude law are some bums like they they're basically just become bigger stars with every passing year so i'd like to their chemistry in those movies even though i didn't really care that much for the second film i don't know if so yeah part of me is thinking it might be a little bit too late but then there's another part that's like i'm interested in seeing those guys together again and i think the article that we have about this says that guy ritchie the guy who directed the for the guy who directed the first two movies series is not confirmed to come back yet and that might be the key thing for me if guy ritchie doesn't come back then i think it'll be even more interested because we sort of know what his aesthetic is for this particular franchise so maybe if they got some fresh blood in behind the camera and used that same pair of charismatic actors maybe that would be enough to sort of reignite some sort of vigor for this franchise issue what do you think.

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"His wife was the screenwriter for et and savage she passed away but she that was between eighty five million in one hundred eighteen million because they met on the set of apocalypse now and it had been together since nineteen seventy nine madonna and guy ritchie she wrote him a check estimated between seventy six and ninety two million so that's that's our first woman who had to pay kevin costner i was in eighty million dollar divorce between him yeah his was a big one yeah yeah he had wondering is and his wife did not approve of all the sexy roles and she said either you stop taking them or you could the movie business and he wouldn't do it kenny rogers he read that was a sixty million dollars that was his fourth wife his fourth wife shany's kelsey grammer and camille oh yeah that was a big one how much thirty million in some real estate wow james cameron he of course famously they met on the set of terminator three and then he had an affair with the actress from the titanic s he did and she filed for divorce when that movie was getting made and he gave her half the money he got from tectonic which fifty million so that's why and then paul mccartney is rating at forty nine million so and you know so anyway we we do have to go but lance armstrong he had a four million dollars j lo wrote a check to chris judd number here fourteen million dollars and mick jagger got off easy only twenty five million dollars to jerry hall ten dancing gave his first wife thirty million kind of forget about attending they were married before his claim to but he didn't spend her and michael douglas his first wife she went back for more money she did forty five million but then decided to under.

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"guy ritchie" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"guy ritchie" Discussed on Channel 33

"The man from uncle okay which was maligned guy ritchie mambi that features armie hammer and henry cavill and elusive a candor running around in 60s mod clothes in europe doing in kind of a spy thriller so people should it it's a great but it's free fun uh i probably will launch a bad deal only shiva kanter if you don my movie journey if you like movies a we've pretty people in beautiful locations which let's be real is definitely part of the appeal of call me by your name and also part of the hell of army armie hammer and is like half the reason i go to a movie at any dan time then made from uncle is worth a definitely an airplane gander okay you know i would say i think i watched it on an airplane and had no time and then he was in the lone ranger when she was rubbing maligned uh ido recommend that one um so he like had some big four acting but people like you're waiting for this big breakthrough in its here and he's really delivering because he also has been coming down a dose of like how he doesn't like to dance but one of like the marquee scenes of the movie is the dnc yeah where it's like it's like a kind of like an impromptu disco in like in like the woods which looks awesome yeah and apparently when he was filming it um there's like no music so he was just dancing without me as ngos really awkward and like it's just this is another piece of the new armie hammer alleged yeah absolutely and it's so interesting before the movie was even release that clip was released a promotional clip so you could just watch a minute of armie hammer dancing to the psychedelic furs on twitter and then it became a medium which was kind of when i was like oh the armie hammer moments hakodate i've armie hammer dancing as a medium now like we did area breaking through the rives yeah brizio as a result it it's definitely a memorable part of the same cause and part of the movie because he is six five.

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