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Science Movie Club: 'Twister'

Short Wave

08:22 min | 6 months ago

Science Movie Club: 'Twister'

"Alley. Burgos still remembers the first time she saw it. I mean we all do as about in fourth grade. It was maybe around midnight. Probably not that late because my parents probably wouldn't let me step that lay but Curtains drawn. I was knitting and I happened to come across admitted I happened to come across this movie on. Tv is just flipping channels. You know and I saw a tornado so I started watching it and I was just mesmerized. I remember my dad coming down and like yelling at me to go to bed. I was like just just wait. One more minute like I need to keep watching this Which she did and she saw the defining weather film of Nineteen Ninety. Six a movie. I love to hate twister starring Bill Paxton and Helen Hunt in the movie chase down tornadoes trying to find a way to study them up close and personal and eventually they end up finding each other like it is such a good kind of bad movie. Yeah absolutely it's one of those things that you just watch like. Oh it's so good but so bad at the same time. So today. Our first shortwave. Movie Club we're talking one of my personal favorites twister with Alli Burgos meteorologist in analyst for the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. I- Madison via shortwave. The daily science podcast from NPR. Alright here's the plan. I'm GonNa talk about some scenes in the movie alleys going to tell us about the science. Here we go in pretty much any scene with a tornado. It makes the sound. It's so ridiculous because tornadoes don't sound like roaring lion. I'm pretty darn sure. I think when I was reading a little bit about the movie they really want to make the Tornados. Seem like you know. A person are like this thing with like character and soul and generally tornadoes actually sound more like this constant low rumble sound or more like a rushing train. All right all right next up something. They got Kinda right the whole movie. Scientists are trying to get this instrument called Dorothy into the path of a tornado. We put her up inside a tornado. So they don't get sucked up in send out readings from the inside radio back information about the internal structure wind velocities flow a symmetry. We learn more than thirty six and they have in the past thirty years profile. The tornado for the first time the cool thing is is that these instruments are real. Scientists actually tried a version of this in the eighties sprite. Yeah so they modeled Dorothy after a real instrument called toto from wizard of Oz. The little dog toto. That's why they named it. And so the basic idea was to put that in the path of a tornado and had I could measure temperature and pressure and winds because what they really needed was to be able to get measurements real time so they only had things from radar doppler. So that's all from faraway measuring all those things and they tried it a couple of times in. It's really dangerous. As as the movie shows of trying to put something into our tornadoes half but now they actually have a new program that Noah is starting to fund called Torres and this is taking really small weather balloons and putting instruments on that and flying them up in Tornado. Okay so the balloon kind of takes that instrument package with it versus having to put a big clunky metal thing right in the power. So we've come a long way from like dropping something off a pickup truck into the center of the Tornado so cool so so the instrumentation while it wasn't like trying to measure exactly the same things was actually based off of a real experiment yet. They exact concept behind it was was the same so the last big scene of the movie is perhaps in. This is saying the. Let's be honest. It's the best season so the main characters are trying to get as close to an f five tornado. Great idea as they possibly can. And they deliver this device into the tornado and they kind of like get stuck on this farm. They're trying to run away from the Tornado at the same time report. You couldn't do in real life. Okay okay this is good because this is going to ask you about. But they basically find their way into this tiny shed Phil. Paxton is like it's fine. We're going to tether ourselves to this pipe. That goes really deep in the ground. Do with these two leather straps and then f five tornado rolls over the shed. Horrifically over the rips. The shed out of the ground. They're like being pulled up into the center of the tornadoes. One it is the most fun scene of the movie. You feel like you're inside of that Tornado with them. You see lightning bolts going on. There are multiple mini tornadoes within the big tornado. Within the tornado passes and they're totally fine her fine. Yes the biggest issue with that scene. Is that if you did have supposedly an F five tornado which you wouldn't be able to tell just looking at it is that all of the debris flying on around them would most likely kill them an f five tornado has wins upwards of three hundred miles an hour so even if you have a small small screwdriver for example of rats flying at that speed hits you you're gone and if you saw in that scene there is a shed and it's like full of like farming equipment ause and they would probably get hit by something like that but it certainly makes it a fun scene so tell me when you're saying you can't tell just by looking at because they're like this is an f. five right yeah so you can actually determine the scale or the intensity of a tornado just by looking at it what scientists have to do is do a damage survey afterwards and see all of the damage that the tornado caused and then from that they can determine the intensity walked has now moved on to the northeast. I've just got Mordovia. That even stronger Hornet is now starting to form twenty five miles from one you know so at at no point. Can you predict that a tornado is going to be at five before it happened? Correct to do the damage report. And you say okay based on this system this right and they were just going by you. Know bigger means stronger more violent. And that's not always the case you can actually have tornadoes that are look pretty small but that are very very violent. Okay all right so we have hated on twister a little bit by now but I feel like a lot of times in science movies. Scientists seem like pretty buttoned up lay definitely predominantly male. Which they still are in this movie. But you know. The lead researcher in this movie is woman. She's got a personal stake in her science. She's really passionate about helping people in that kind of stuck with me for sure. Yeah I think that stuck with a lot of people and I think a lot of people don't realize that there are tons and tons of researchers out in the field and so it's really cool just seeing people like down getting their hands dirty and really putting their heart and soul especially into something that is so important to help people and you told me that. This movie played a big role in your life to. Oh definitely I was one of those weird kids that watch the weather channel. Every morning waking up from school normal kid and so- twister definitely kind of showed me that there's another side of science besides just being a TV broadcasting like you can go out and research these things and going to college to study meteorology. My parents actually bought me that movie as a parting gift on DVD. It's fair to say that this movie inspired you in some way to go into your. Oh definitely and I think it inspired a lot of people to I know all of my meteorology friends speak very fondly of this movie when they were kids.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on MASTERPIECE Studio Podcast

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Mad About You Star Helen Hunt Taken to Hospital After Car Is T-Boned and Rolls Over in Accident

Donna and Steve

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Mad About You Star Helen Hunt Taken to Hospital After Car Is T-Boned and Rolls Over in Accident

"Helen hunt is recovering after she was involved in a car accident Wednesday afternoon a spokesperson with the Los Angeles Police Department says that hunt was briefly hospitalized following the accident and hunt was among a number of people who were transported to a local hospital police investigate the traffic incident and determined that there was no crime committed after being examined by doctors hunt was released later that evening well that's good news she's fine I haven't heard from Helen hunt in a long time yeah another that mad about you reboot I will be really good I don't know where that is in that status that is yeah I don't either keep

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Vanilla makes milk beverages seem sweeter

Ron St. Pierre

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Vanilla makes milk beverages seem sweeter

"Bonilla's not so boring. After all, apparently, Penn State research. churches fund that adding vanilla to sweet milk mixed consumers think the beverages sweeter than it actually is allowing the amount of added sugar to be reduced scientists will use the concept to develop reduced sugar chocolate milk for the national school lunch program researcher helen hunt for she explained that the amount of sugar and chocolate milk is quite high because cocoa is very bitter so you need some sugar to decrease that bitterness of the cocoa and then more to make it sweeter so they say they're hoping to utilize what they found with odors to reduce the added sugar content by experimenting to find the sweet spot between cocoa powder sugar content and the vanilla flavor she said that we know that if it isn't sweet while the kids aren't going

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"helen hunt" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Editors very fascinating to think how you would think that Mick Jagger is probably on the echelon of celebrity much bigger than Keith Richards. Even though they're both the Rolling Stones. It's interesting. How these mega celebrities? You do kinda give up your existence on you do. I was just sitting here thinking though. Yeah. Because I the most unpleasant encounters I generally had with celebrities were not on sets. It was when I was going through the serving stage because everybody has to be a waiter at some point in time. Helen hunt was the first person that I waited on in L A absolutely was such a miserable human being. Just awful and Dustin Hoffman was a freak, you know, which surprising bad experiencing. The officer was a little bit of a freak. Michael Keaton, very nice. Bob, sag it very nice. Yeah. Yeah. Good guy likes me a guy. That would be nice Gary Marshall, he was nice. And you know, who else was a this one. I got really starstruck on Alan young who played Wilbur, Mr., Ed. Also, the voice of Evans are screwed Mickey's Christmas. Carol favorite mcduck. Maybe. Yeah. And yeah, I know you're a big Alan young fan. Autographed. Alan young. I didn't realize it was an autograph. Avoid was I thrilled. When I opened it up, honestly, rob not just the nicest celebrity I ever met the nicest human being I ever met who is the best Tipper. Wow. You know, what all of them were pretty good. Actually, you know what Helen hunt's boyfriend or husband at the time picked up the tab. He was a good Tipper. And it was pretty good. Yeah. You know, but none of them like just flooded me with cash was it an unwritten rule. You didn't mention the movies. At this particular place. It was called the RND kitchen. Yeah. And they came in there because they did not want to be bothered. You know, because as if you don't want to be bothered what you do is go out to a public restaurant. Hey, Brian, no matter how famous I get working here w I've always bother me. Any time. You see me at a Wendy's. Oh. Photo with you. I'm rob Gillies. Bryant baker. For the mash up starts right now. Ninety three WIBC. What did he do? The ninety three WIBC matchup. Let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

"Is perfect. We had done a whole photo shoot over ten hours for the cover of the magazine. And right after we were done and we've got some of the most stunning shots. And this was they had postponed the cover shoot for like like down to like a week. Like, you mean, the model who is doing it the person who had about this celebrity had like kept on postponing it and now we had a week till we were going to print. This was like, and then we left the photo shoot. And I got a call within five minutes that said, I don't wanna do it anymore. I didn't feel like they're spirit in my eyes and she had not signed the release. So we could not use. And so that person for me, it's like forever. And when you see that person, which I'm sure you do at a restaurant or whatever. Acts like nothing happened under percent nothing happened. Don't even know if someone not have. The knowledge I guess, they either don't have the knowledge or they really don't care to know that you were putting a magazine together that people have paid ads that you have. I mean, I can't even imagine the stress. How did you get it out in time? I believe that everything happens for a reason. And that issue we were able to get Helen hunt for the cover. And the end. Helen hunt was a lot better than this person. Yeah. But yeah, we were able to get Helen hunt. And she had shot with a great photographer who's one of my favorite people, Jack guy. And so we were able to do that. So they worked out really, well, which I would've never gone Helen hunt. If it weren't for that. Good. Do you know any of the million dollar listing guys while Madison used to write for the magazine? Oh, he did at the beginning. So I know Madison. I know Josh Flagg really well, do you guys know each other's from Beverly Hills life prior to that? Uh-huh. So did you go to his wedding? I did not. I did not my friend went to the wedding. She was behind. His husband is a really good friend of mine, actually, not obviously not that good. I didn't get invited to number one. I can't stand that. I think they're awful people. No. I heard the wedding was stunning. But yeah, no, I did not go to their wedding. And then the other guys I just know through Marie show, and, you know, meeting them through that. But the two people I know well, our medicine and Josh that's pretty great who in Beverly Hills society thinks he would be a great add to who in Beverly Hills society think could be on housewives Beverly Hills housewife Beverly Hills housewife. Who that's that? You've ever thought. I'd think Sheva would be amazing. She would like to be on it. I mean, you know, that show will. Yeah. And Lisa was always, you know, I know that she because she told me let Lisa it was trying to get her on. And you know, I put my having things at the event and showing her, you know, and, but then when they the second wives cover, whatever it was started on E had that worked. I think that would have worked out good because she, you know, was kinda establishing herself. But like again, though shows without the big brand behind it. It's really hard to get something like that going and the the Knicks of women. She was the most interesting one, you know. Yeah. I think I I honestly think you'd be an amazing housewife thank him. Why don't you? Well, you know, what's really funny is Andy listening because I honestly think you'd be amazing. And obviously you don't have to live in Beverly Hills. None of them do. So, you know, it's really funny is one time Lance Bass texted me like maybe like four years ago. And he's like would you ever do real housewives of Beverly Hills?.

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Nick Cannon Calls Out Female Comedians for Homophobic Tweets

WAOK Programming

06:42 min | 2 years ago

Nick Cannon Calls Out Female Comedians for Homophobic Tweets

"Comedians understand this Nick cannon out of all of the great liberal investigative journalists that exists in the world, all of the great progressives. Then have come out who are journalist who have come out against Kevin Hart. They could not find any homophobic tweets from other comedians. Of prestige. But you know, who did Nick freaking cannon. So Nick cannon decided to eliminate this hypocrisy in Hollywood and also in journalism. Nick canning is pointing out that Chelsea handler. And Amy Schumer. And. Sarah Silverman have used the exact words with no apologies. As a matter. Of fact, I did some research. They really did not use. The exact words. Let me just read it to you. Let me read it to you. Chelsea handler tweet it. This is what a f- bird likes like win. He flexes the F word not the F, u but the F A. Okay. That word that was the word used by. Chelsea handler. I don't hear an outcry. Where's the app quite ladies and gentlemen? Let's go step further. Sarah Silverman tweeted, and I quote, I don't mean this in hey for way. But the new bachelorettes et, Al. And I'm talking about sheep spelled out the whole word, not even the three letter rendering of the word. It rhymes with maggot. Spelled out the whole word late is a gentleman. Sarah Silverman said in a quote via tweet, I don't mean this in a hateful way. But the new bachelorettes at. Where's the outcry? Yeah. And any time somebody prefaces or statement with I really don't mean there's an hateful away. They actually do they specifically do. I'm not done. Amy Schumer, the great, darling. Of white liberal comedy, Amy Schumer. Said and I quote in a tweet. Enjoy sky fall Alps Ravs with rags. I'm about to deep knee. I'm about to get knee-deep in Helen hunt. Hashtag the sessions. Where's the outcry? And here's the thing. You're right. Juliet, none of these were even funny. Like first of all the first question from a comedian should be. Where's the funny, and then where's the outcry? But the irony. Is unreal. The fact that Kevin Hart tweet from two thousand nine two thousand ten where he said it's gay referencing his son possibly playing with his daughters dolls. Obviously an attempt at a joke. Some find it funny some finding Molly funny. He says it's gay and then Amy Schumer and. Sarah silverman. And Chelsea handler. They all use the F word. I mean, they go all out bigotry. I mean, that's bigoted. Not have all the way. I mean, gay is still unacceptable terminology. It was the context that he used it. But man, they use the f word to refer to gay people. Where's the outcry? Crickets, crickets, they're still hosting shows and doing movies and getting awards, no outcry. The network has not placed them under suspension. What's the difference? Why is there a difference here? Why? Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three KOMO now. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three. Those of you who listen to me and are part of the LGBTQ community. Please call me if I'm wrong. Tell me why I'm wrong at tell me where I'm wrong at. Or is there a double standard here as it relates to the outcry against Kevin Hart, and the lack of an outcry against these other three comedians and believe me, ladies and gentlemen, there's more. There's more. Four zero four eight nine two two seven zero three I'm live. I'm back. News talk thirteen eighty W A O K. Thank you. Three. W A. Okay. News sports weather. In the newsroom on NewsTalk thirteen eighty. Okay. News radio. I'm Angela

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"I mean, like it's sort of weird moment to bright before he's trying on all the stuff or he's like, okay, brainstorm brainstorm a lipstick on the collar now. Women will hate this and that and he's like, okay, imagine your woman think about it. Tall legs, supple, body falls in love with the woman. He goes body weight, a mile lesbian, which is the weirdest fucking Joe, we're, we're joke right. And then you can read women's thoughts the as superpowers, go psychiatrist. Lover. Credible lung? Yeah. So fast Mersa. Tomi out and yeah, because she's been her. She's like into it like, let's get this over with he does that been really minute Bill of thing where he gets her riled up about the fact that he won't stop asking around is like, don't worry about it. Okay, just relax. We'll talk about later tonight. A five o'clock and the guys like those credible. The guy who is also in something's gotta give back and is like the Griffin Newman. Yes, but. Right now he like knows exactly what to say to Murtha may goes on the date with her right at first as terrible than goes in the bathroom. Has a pep talk with his penis and then goes back in and you hard cut to her rolling over and being known his ever been that inside of me before what you're like. Fucking gross. Yeah, really. She clarifies like in my head, I mean he was lying about his day penis, I guess. Right? Which sent him into an existential tailspin. Right. Sure. But then Mercer Tomi is like dropped for a full fifty minutes yet. I mean, he honestly, I think is just too busy being a psychic. Like I, he's just sort of caught up in all of that and his daughter, right? I guess there's some drama with her and in her shopping and Helen hunt's, like this guy being nice to his daughter here, this guy, he's thinking, honor, shame. Let's Helena. We need to talk. So we're done with Gibson. Done? No one cares rules is coming off an Oscar win for as good as it gets and years on mad about you. Right. That's the thing we've talked about you in one sentence hard. What if you were married and living in him? No, it was like the thing they always talk about like the moment where we knew Paul risers genius and how good Helen hunt was on the shows. There's a scene where he's like sitting in the living room like writing or something, and she walks out with an empty toilet paper tube and she's like gestures to, and then runs out and they were like, it's about like those like fights. You don't even have to verbalize in marriage like who forgot to buy more toilet paper like that's the fuck intro. So mom and I used to wash all the time really. But that was like the one that comes she liked, but Chee won the Oscar. Four as good as it gets. Do you think that there was some issue it sag with Helen hunt and Holly hunter having the same name. Fought for who got the ER. They had an arm wrestling match hunter yet. But the thing two thousand was this crazier because she's on mad about you after she wins the Oscars still on that show can't really make movies. And then this is the year after. Shows over four movie. She's in Dr tan, the women, the Altman moving. She's in castaway in castaway. She's in pay it forward. Right. And was this time when it was easy? I don't know that much about a transition from TV two film because I feel like there was such a massive like being on TV was like pejorative. I would argue silver Schoff and the fact that she won an Oscar while being on a sitcom was kind of like very unusual. And so that meant like, okay, whenever this show ends, she's at least going to get a real shot at movie stardom. And this was her year where it's like, okay, she's in a couple of big noise. She's working with really big directors just curse the Jade scorpion following year, which is a nightmare movie those five movies in a row where it was just like, oh my God, Helen hunt unavoidable. And then she kinda like not only got she, does this appear. Not only does she have all these movies..

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"When a film critic and director dose i too rick pass more goes in defensive iraqi grandma's boy right now apparently author charge people are looking at this film left and right because your support of that film on sinophile what are we got this time will this time we've got one of one of american autour sidney lumet's final films yes the overlooked find me guilty a two thousand six courtroom comedy based on the real life events of the nineteen eighty six nineteen eightyeight lucia lucchessi family rico trial in new jersey it currently holds a sixty one percent on rotten tomatoes with a roger moore the landau sentinel saying it's it's a static situation and points are scored in tiny increments but the late rodriguez stated that while the film is not thrilling it is very genuinely interesting and at the risk of bearing the lied about this film i have to start with it's one big flaw like the court case at emulates which was argued for more than twenty one months the two hour four minute runtime does drag for the subject matter at hand i state this of the willamette constructed a story because he isn't out to make a prolonged version of twelve angry men but tell the story of one man in particular jacome oh jackie nor xio played by vin diesel in what is his best performance to date diesels casting was handpicked by the real life jacket norio who was a fan of his from the fast and furious obviously since this movie came out in two thousand six and was produced in two thousand three two thousand four he's and it was signed off on by lumet much of this prize of everyone diesel gives tremendously grounded in earnest performance as the lifetime criminal who refuses to turn witness in the in the fame trial.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"What you're waiting from the audience then would be good on the couch and watching nick game i think that's more my speed of hey congrats on the movie how can people check it out yes so go to what we started moving dot com and you can get a whole listing of all the screenings and in all the links could stuff i appreciate you coming by and knowing you i'm sure you've wrapped another documentary and you'll be on the show again next week so yeah thanks so much appreciate it love at meant thanks bro all right pass more explain file invitation turney espn had posted i movie madness bracket last week with i believe it was just thirty two films and between some of the snubs the seating people weren't happy and i kind of noticed that pretty quickly so i decided that we should kind of see where sinophile the secondary turney the snub turney where we could maybe improve upon what was left out so last night i posted the sinophile invitation torney forty eight movie bracket broken up by cities that have a major film production presence and all of the films on this list were snubbed from the espn bracket another part of the tournament was they had to be a modern film so from nineteen seventy four because i've got a lot of things like well what about the hustler will that was sixty one wasn't didn't count pride of the yankees that was forty two very upset about part of the yankees hitting it's too it's too old you know modern day i mean there's new technology we have to kind of run with that and the third thing was if a film there's only one film per franchise so if a film got snubbed that was a sequel that was in the espn bracket sorry mighty ducks to not making this bracket one seeds got the first round by one two three or four cs first round by and you can currently vote on them on the sinophile twitter page they're currently up and running by the time everyone's hearing this round one will already be over we'll be into round two and so i'm just going to gauge your interest or like what your opinion is on some of the first round byes that we gave.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"And are the only reason that you have these tv deals that are paying these players very similar to this janjua i mean guys like curl cox is an anomaly you know we'll get into him but you know you talk about a guy who plays twelve hour sets without one break you know he takes one bathroom break has like four beers and his plink twelve hours nonstop and he's been dj in a beezus like thirty years wrecked and then you just oppose that with like you said martin garrick sir you know one of these new guys who you know it's the technology that's made available to them as different so these guys now get on for you know two our sets and their prerecorded sets but it doesn't mean that they're not like talented and playing in in their own right it's just a totally different thing one guy's mixing on vinyls and really making records it'd be super talented to do it and now you have to be talented to do it but it's different and it's more accessible and you have it just totally different and like you said the mount of money people are making now is through the roof so yeah that does exist in shana because this is the first time there's ever been a film in what we started that has the underground in mainstream you know edm stars all in one film the a lot of the underground guys viewed the stars is like bubblegum pop guys popstars and kind of commercial guys not guys who are true to you know what dance music is supposed to be in meant to be and so yeah you have the first time you've set trucks that are in moby and saw these really like legendary underground kind of artists in the same film as you know afro jack in tesol and of course our lee martin gehrig's the film is what we started it's the history of edm it's rise to the forefront of the popular music scene across.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Really yeah and you were brilliant in the role we're talking to michael imperilled right now on sinophile before we get into your latest tv series and your book i loved the early films spike lee and i know you're good friends with spike and i was going back and i had to kind of recall my brain i'm like oh yeah you're jungle fever yup malcolm x but the one i really want to focus on with you for the purpose of this interview is summer saying which i think is a really underrated spike lee movie i know you co wrote it i've believe you coke terrorist it as well and i think there's a couple of scenes particularly i still think of it all the time one is that montage sent to the who we're adrian brodie is going wild and stuff and teenage wastelands playing and also the scene after mira sorvino and john leguizamo have the orgy and then they have that huge argument in the car and remind me of the cavities movie like she might as well be gena rollins like she's so emotional so fed up so far up this guy and it's so raw just tell me about that scene how much of written how much was in provising and because i really think about it quite a bit well those scenes were all in the original script which was written by myself and victor colucci oh who's writer and actor and and then we brought it to spike you know really fell in love with story and wanted to acted and and you know the scenes were there and the emotions with ever really spike cast with the right people first of all of course there will be no such great actors and that movie and then he really brought it to life with the win especially the way he ended that you know cross cutting the you know adrian brodie and then you know what else who's going on is you know this the love of cinema that spike brings to all his work just took it over the top i think for me that it was seeing that's when move when i saw the movie screens for the first time and they saw the furthest.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"From you and jack on the script or did you find it was all kind of there on the page and you just had to interpret it i mean both it's it's mostly him but but both of us had really strong ideas about what the character should be and how how best so ourselves to the characters and then i would say this is a compliment to jen that it was sort of seamless he deeply considered and was wanting to get our input and at the same time new the movie he was after so there was no he's the boss and we're the the you know the soldiers in line but but but he was the boss because his particular brain is what gave birth to that moving another wonderful performance gave was in the film the sessions which are also nominated for an academy award and well deserved i thought it was a really wonderful story you know playing this woman who is you had to be so open that film you know not only physically but emotionally being somebody who is being nurturing and and you know just kinda showing your sexuality to a guy who's in need aid what was it about sessions that appeal to you everything you just said i mean i i was then and still so exhausted and traumatized from the sexualize violence in film the the commodification winning and and so to be part of a movie about healthy sex was a privilege that's you know when i'm long gone i hope that movie help young people watch that movie because it you know his disability allows the movie to look at sexuality for what it is which is you know not an elegant well lit conquest but a clumsy loving human encounter between two people now there's no doubt you and john hawkes terrific in that film i encourage people to check out the sessions castaway you give terrific performance obviously it's such an emotional movie and people often think about tom in the volleyball but i love that last year where you come running out of the house because it just kind of it goes to all the romanticism with an all of us they wanna see these.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Fan loved miracle would love to be carousal on but then once i got to know this family and this family of friends and stood there on the court surrounded by these you know twenty something women i i realized oh this is the perfect movie for me to be in this this movie's about everything i care about coming through something hard circling up with women women supporting other women so it it turned out and i didn't even see it at first to be exactly the movie i should be doing right now the miracle season starring helen hunt and william hurt in theaters april six encourage all of you to check it out i do want to dive into bit of your filmography helen if you'll indulge me i love the movie as good as it gets it's one of my favorite romantic comedies and i was so happy that you jack nicholson both won oscars for your performances i particularly loved that scene where you're threatening to walk the restaurant unless he pays you a compliment and that he says he starts taking the pills again and you say i don't really get that's accomplished for me and he says you make me wanna be a better man tell me on see such great chemistry between both you and that same well we had great chemistry but mostly we had great writing you know i see how people approach me when they wanna talk about that movie and it got to something very deep in them and they kind of give me the credit but really it's the writing got to them and i think we both worked hard into terrific job bringing it to life but that would be is about something i wouldn't even know how to describe but but it really seemed to reach people what's something about jack nicholson we wouldn't appreciate unless you work to them in a film like you did i was expecting him to be this kind of wild exotic creature that worked in a way i would never understand he he that's not what i encountered i encountered someone who like may have been enacting class forever and had questions about the characters and their relationship that were similar to my questions and you know so i found a fellow rather than just this icon and james l brooks speaking of great writing and being an icon how much input did he.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Hilty sound seventy seven going at one hundred is grades a great story highly it's unbelievable helen hunt is also unbelievable her new film the miracle season is coming out in theaters april six tickets to my interview right now and joining us now is a kademi award winner helen hunt or new film the miracle season in theaters april six helen thanks so much for joining us on sinophile so i watched the film and i'm amazed at the end credit says oh my god this is a story of my friend greg found who works here at espn and and it was his sister caroline his mother that passed away and so on my word i immediately texted him i said i had no idea that your tragedy was the basis for this film but but tell me what you thought of it and he said that he was at the screen that you guys had and he was also there i was sitting for the premiere and he thought it was a powerful movie and he said i quote hell and we hope it'll be inspiring for women to see that protrade on screen and what the entire team went through in terms of your research he said william hurt reached out to his dad and they kinda developed a friendship how about for yourself what was the research process like for you kathy bresnahan who i play was very willing to get on a plane and come and stay with me for a few days we had a lot of long meals together she really opened up her heart and her story to me she taught my daughter had a set of ali ball so i could watch her do that so that was sort of a win win win and then all the way along she was right there on the other end of the phone or came down a couple of times and was very happy to have me call her right and say does this seem right to you does this.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Three cities to college hoops experts one range rover sport espn's davis first round of the turnament to get the juices go jay bilas bake mind mark on this game of the ultimate tournament road trip with assists along the way from christian later and paul peers setting the stage for never been done before shellings they're big bovina wigs watch at espn dot com slash range rover sport land rover above and beyond these is sinophile vile nncholas cage very sincere group of film enthusiasts who are crowd lee sin opposed all i couldn't score bady apparently read the wrong name sinophile ethan hawke is kind of like on the professional actor and i direct for love is so much this world that's dividing us in music is one of those great tools freezes together all right there's baseball and world war two it's kind of extreme sinophile the at nine virk movie podcast dance why was it i still recording that would have been bold run right have you back again pier on sinophile nope blurb of movie i normally open it because honestly there's no real reviews to be had today although i am gonna dive into the zen diaries of gary shaly jut appetizer riddick documentary on hbo but honestly this is a podcast this is foul you up big time guest that is what you're getting this time out at cabbie award winner helen hunt her new film is called the miracle season it opens april six and i had the pleasure of seeing it and talking to helen about it not only the movie but also we discussed as good as it gets castaway other topics of that vein and another huge get michael imperial that's right christopher multi santi from the sopranos five time emmy nominee and one time winner i performance in one of the great shows of all time also great a spider and goodfellas a frequent collaborator spike lee as well it co wrote summers sam so a lot to get into michael imperial as well.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

Suicide Buddies

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Suicide Buddies

"Yeah but he he's has mental problems but almost like i need this restaurant yeah i don't have anything else wait is that with that's what kind of as good as it gets its helen hunt and him right yeah yeah jack nicholson and she's the server i'm not good with people that's basically the whole news so funny in that movie he's hysterical yeah it's a great movie of vented too because he has really really severe obsessive compulsive disorder and so it's really interesting so and it's also like that sort of thing of building a relationship with waitstaff which i've been in restaurants there that is a common case yeah it's like oh that's the guy he comes in here literally every day talks away staff this is environment i've seen i've seen that like but i mean it's it's half about that and then half about that him and the art dealer i think in the movie so anyway like i've just seen that environment where it's like you think you're building family in a sense you think you're closer right to people than you are so when his mom died he took it pretty hard and then about like three weeks later he told somebody who he thought he was very close with so many works who's a woman and i think he'd always been like flirtatious he's a vegas guy who goes is going to the buffet yeah i think he's i'd marry you that sort of thing.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"A woman like just kicking ass and that really mean the lot and that that was it i feel like i was able to have a connection to it and i feel like the forces my religion and not really emma that her corridor but i just i do think movies like mad max movies like the most reason star wars and and even like spring breakers when when there are female center characters i saw a preview for movie well as uh before star was started playing and it was a adventure sports sportstype movie about uh i i don't think i think they were in high school i don't think they're in college coach explain volleyball but it was given the same attention that a movie with good quote like a kill bill type choreography ahha and so and i noticed it right away it stuck out in my mind 'cause i'm like and at the end a how was helen hunt yeah helen hunt was in this volleyball movie as the coach or something and and then at the one of the ending lines of this preview is like do this for yourself okay and it was just basically like femalecentred but without being like girl power to feel condescending and i've just been noticing lately a lot of women led movies film or a television shows and i think it's really important and i do understand why i under ira with understood the notion of you know we want to see my people of color what does he themselves reflected in that's l that also made me understand michael who works as production companies the person we know he directed the movie called the problem with a pu and it was about the comic carry the fuck is as last kanda balloon yes uh a good foods good bounce and his problem with seeing like an indian character being portrayed as a fucking seveneleven owner essentially and how that does do damage and i feel like the society as a whole look at that moving all quit your whining and my whole liberal snowflake bullshit and it's like no.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Do you have any i always whenever i have you here like i'm always a like i feel like i didn't don't pick your brain enough about your career in terms of like and he sort of like a stories or anything that you might have from all your time working on a different tv shows oh god yeah so you posted a picture of you in your i think i you're for your first job of you were whole you were holding the slate with helen hunt yeah that's right she she really liked me i don't know why but she really like she would put me in all the episodes value that she would direct and rather than say actions you'd say go david right and i felt really griggs idaho p iskoe feet exactly yeah yeah i was a i was a featured extra in in all of those upset distracted and isaiah on your eye mvp there are not although i i think the fact that i was a pa there and raiders assistant is but now now the input other featured extra stuff on there but yeah and then i had a job at a suddenly susan writers assistant and at this huge crush on this girl i worked with and found myself one night at a table with her brooke shields kathy griffin and jerry springer and leif garrett and the beers for being drunk and i got i told kathy griffin admitted that is crush on this coworker and then if it turns out that jerry springer was hitting on areas that it was a whole mess all my god yeah and i woke up in the kelly peas office at about three in the morning and i thought 'what just say yeah that was that was i was jerry springer there he is we've got starring in the episode that we okay.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And you know or you'd your goal white back and then if he wake up at everybody looking at am and look bad gets them with threat in big meme eight here why are you able looking at me any how you yeah therefore moberg who finger he he's moves yet rvd hinting he has this he has deviousness st him oh yeah i that is closed it's just hold it mean ju if he can look the look with his eyes yeah and you see the devious thoughts going through his mind and you just i mean even even in as good as it gets in the exchanges with helen hunt is just these he's just a phenomenal actor and it can have been buyer from behavior look than me when i i i can understand appreciate the call you have a good night for the seapower back i am let's go to uh mora and mark good morning hey how you doing during well thank you on your mind up i don't know if you on your if you mentioned this one now jack nicholson was the n word uh john belushi something about gold miner champagne i just remember there was more empowered and there were he just blown away about his girlfriend because she hangs it shares on the wall and uh john belushi was in it and uh and he goes up at your we don't need no pageants yet oh oh yeah yeah a cow i can't think of what are you milligram overheat i don't know caveney any idea no but the original line is from treasure sierra madre of court yeah yeah with their users used uses neil making a brief reference anywhere it up at your arimori it was great yeah what's what's your favorite jack nicholson movie of all time uh probably cookers nash asahara's hilarious i have a eastern so long since have seen that in their since reagan time word i i've thought of of gotta get it going to watch it she said you still has the hurry up yeah yeah you can get it on netflixing jerusalem i love the movie was gone south oh going south let's go on style that's right era now it's good and really on it i'm here to ask i don't think never saw the whole movie like saw bits and pieces on mark thank you for the call yep good night in this piece should i was referencing.

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"helen hunt" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"helen hunt" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The two thousand twelve nominees for best performance by an actress in a supporting role are sally field in lincoln and hathaway in les miserables jackie weaver in silver linings playbook helen hunt in the sessions and amy adams in the master was two thousand thirteen congratulations you five ladies no longer have to pretend to be attracted to harvey weinstein wow seth mcfarland up there uh reading off the list of nominees for supporting actress back in two thousand thirteen not happening now two thousand eight a here he some kind of a swami he had some kind of predicting mind going on a boy at joke you heard him laughing and now he is in a boatload of troubled checking into he's got a sexual addiction or something central rehab dave in pawtucket on wpro high dave you're high hoyer good yeah three days ago louisville's either all local twelve over kirmyr do we were colonel ann air this story um and while they were priority o uh put a quick what would twisted probably fifteen or twenty cooking they put a picture of uh one darn character up with trump from years ago yeah okay now go right beer we all know that everyone's taken the pitcher with that guy if you're in politics all right or hollywood bear we have although that that clinton was one of his best body but yet are smiling faces a colonel pen try to associate trump with them because at that point it had broken there was no going back to new this guy was going to animal but yet when he was god you would never see a picture of him with a conservative utopia fear with him with one of the democrat go dark i just wanted to point that out to the little uh i a little trick that even our local media play so our it is it okay to turn 'cause they showed what recently or new said in years past well they ran a story three days ago winterbrook okay right and out they were waving story on the audio gone they showed they showed a picture of him with president trump from a few years ago go was there because president trump made a comment the other day saying you know i'm not surprised this is a tie into the.

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