31 Burst results for "Hugh Jackman"
Could We Delete Our Memories One Day?
"So a new movie debuted on. Hbo max earlier. This month from the creators of westworld and starring hugh jackman called reminiscence. It's about a world where scientists have created a way of relieving your memories and recovering lost. Ones it's been getting pretty bad reviews. And frankly i keep forgetting to check it out but it does have a very intriguing premise. In what if we could relive memories. What have we could change them or heck. What if we could delete memories altogether. I definitely have some that. I wish i could forget. In a recent installment of their gizeh asks series. Gizmodo spoke to a panel of researchers about whether such thing would ever actually be possible. Samuel shocker professor emeritus of neuroscience at columbia university says that the principal is kind of there but in practice it's more complicated quote the evidence from neuroscience right now suggests that a given memory is very sparsely encoded. What that means is that our cerebral cortex where most of these memories are stored has about fifteen billion nerve cells at a particular memory involve a change in activity of only a couple hundred of them. Finding those few hundred cells is very very complicated and quote. He points to a number of ongoing studies however that show what we're currently capable of in one. Scientists are able to identify a group of cells participating in one of a mouse as memories and then manipulate them enough to prove that the mouse forgot the memory. But shocker says doing that on a human scale to the sophisticated level. Most people think of when talking about deleting memories is probably not possible but in terms of similar therapies for trauma quote. A memory has four basic phases. It's initiated then consolidated then stored and then recalled in both animals like mice and monkeys and in humans. each of these phases have been shown to share a certain mechanism. Scientists are now focusing on those shared mechanisms to see if maladaptive memories can lose their anxiety provoking aura. You don't forget that you got mugged in front of a mailbox instead. The mailbox stops meaning what it used to mean. The memory is still there but it's emotional. Context has been
"hugh jackman" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"Nothing is more addictive than the past. Let me back. I like sci-fi and like really creative concepts what about it. Well this is an attempt to merge old film noi with dystopia in future sci fi tale Think of chinatown crossed with blade runner. That's what they're have here And it sounds like an interesting concept doesn't work out all that well. Unfortunately it set in a miami of the future which is sinking into the sea except for the enclave protected by levees. Which of course is the province of the very wealthy Hugh jackman plays an ex-soldier in what is referred to as the border wall a war. We never know what that was. All about actually But he's also a guy in charge of a mechanism that restores people's memories in the form of holograms and a woman comes in looking for her lost keys. She wants jackman to help her remember where her lost car keys. Went and It turns out that he falls in love with her. Of course and then she disappears and it turns out. She is a fum 'fit-all. Who's part of a very strange conspiracy which involves among other people. Dying tycoon his bonkers. Wife and a son Another woman and her little son had a crooked cop and jackman gets drawn into their affairs when he tries to track down obsessively this woman that he's now in love with it. Sounds very much like laura. For example he thinks the woman is dead but he's looking for anyway And it ends up with a couple of greek big action scenes that go on forever you also as reams of pretentious narration. The jackman has to deliver a over the course of two hours. That seemed like three or four I really wanted to like this movie. But it's so sluggish so Dull That i really couldn't come into contact with. I couldn't make any kind of emotional connection with it. And jackman and rebecca ferguson. Who play the phone tall. They really don't have much chemistry between them at all. This was a real disappointment. You can find it on. Hbo max as well as in theaters this weekend. That's called reminiscent. let's move onto something. Two big names. Michael keaton samuel jackson and a movie about assassins and revenge. This is the protege move. People are good people bad you. You've the rag gift get in and get out. I always think on your feet anyway so much tonight. All right frank how is it Will this is a very high voltage action picture. Which is practically nonstop. Sites chases killings torture scenes. Everything you can possibly imagine. It sits in vietnam Present-day vietnam Although it was actually shot in romania and bulgaria so they had to try to make these eastern european places look like vietnam And the nominal star is maggie q Who plays a woman who was rescued as a refugee from vietnam during the last stages of the war there by samuel l. jackson. Who is some sort of mercenary or soldier for higher and he raised her to be his protege as assassins they go about killing scummy people For big money and He is plagued by one of those movie coughs. You know the kind that indicate they're they're going to be dying sooner but they can still go through all sorts of activities while they're waiting to die He tells her he has to go to Back to vietnam to take care of something and then he's killed and so she follows him Or at least his mission to vietnam trying to complete what he intended to do And in the process. She runs into michael keaton Who plays a security expert for the big villain that she eventually is gonna come up against Probably the the people to whom this movie will Appeal most notably are men of a certain age. Because you have michael. Keaton presented us a a security expert And he's seventy years old but he can still go toe to toe in this fantasy of a movie with maggie q in martial arts moves. A lot of stunts. Stuntman are obviously involved in trying to make it look as though michael. Keaton is actually going through all of this action And maybe men who were an age like me who are over seventy And can see this elderly guy. Actually engaging in this kind of physical contact will be moved to like the movie Otherwise though unless you want to see a lot of blood and gore and killing and torture And a heroine who really doesn't even so much emotion at all The protege is not for you. It's only in theaters. But it's fun to watch. Keaton returning to form and samuel l. jackson doing his stick. They're about the only two good things in the movie. All right i i would have jumped down to that Once again that was called the protege. Want to jump down to. Sean penn directing and starring in a movie. That is really intriguing. And he's he's very good whether you like it or not. And i think it's possible to admit both it's called flag..
Vin Diesel to Star in Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Movie
"Vin Diesel is going to star in a movie version of Rock'em Sock'em Robots, the Rock'em Sock'em robot game, So it's you know so plastic, characterless sort of We, uh we had this with the real steel and Hugh Jackman was now Was rocking shocking robots. Well, you know, you're gonna do it again. It's gonna be
2020 Emmy Noms & Reactions
"Daily pop. It's a very big moment in Hollywood this morning. The emmy nominations were chest revealed moments ago, and we will be celebrating with some of the nominees. Though surprise, guests are coming up, so you will not want to miss it. You guys, but we got to start off with the ladies up for lead actress in Drama Series Right? The category is Stack Jen Aniston. Sandra Oh's and those are just some of the big names who is going to take the win. What do you guys think? I just think Zendaya is GonNa take you was this show that everybody was talking about? It was unbelievable and not everybody got to watch the morning show with Jennifer Aniston because. Apple TV was not readily available so I think Zendaya is going to take this I was not paying the fourteen ninety nine. GD! There was so many submissions one hundred thirty five submissions. This year for this category lost those. So things I think women I'm kind of with you. Just although ozark for me has been one of my favorite shows forever and ever and. Laura Linney could take it out that. Could get in I. could not get into. It was like I. Really Try just I couldn't do it, but that's just me. All right we gotta talk about snubs and surprises, though big little lies when pretty much everything? Last time it was nominated. But this year came up short. No Best Actress nomination, no best limited series. I'M GONNA. Ask what you guys think about. These into getting snubbed a little bit. Should've been made, I thought. Was Okay, but they should've kept it at season one. They should have just wrote it out, but you know what Merrill got nominated. Laura Linney got nominated. She is Gucci ever. Reese Witherspoon as a producer of this show. This is a win for her, so she is as though she got snubbed. She is nominated because two of our actresses were. Absolutely. Strong enough season two. Why did you like season two as much Morgan I know you were saying earlier before the show? Why you're putting me on glass. Scott, I mean maybe I didn't want to hear that I just felt like. The first season was just too hard to top to be honest. It was so good everything was everything about it was so hook line and sinker. Everyone was invested as I just feel like. They wanted to ride out that high season two was okay, but you never want to have your second season just. Just be okay I just felt like even though Merrill we all bow down to Merrill. She can handle any role. I just felt like she wasn't going to save it. And although she got nominated, she gets nominated. It's just that's just what you do. She acts that well. She deserves it all the time. I just what Jessica said I. Don't think it should have been made I think we should have just. Episodes in the second series. I love the song. The second series is still a Mike Finish shoot and I'm never finished it, so I thought.
The Prestige Nolan
"From Chicago. This is film spotting. I'm Adam are and I'm Josh Larsen. Every magic trick consists of three parts first. Paul is cool. The pledge magician shows you sound olery columns bird or May that was Michael Cain right. We're done with the trip. That was Michael. Cain with some of the opening narration from Christopher Nolan's The prestige we revisit the directors fifth feature as part of our Nolan who've review this week in addition to that we're going to recommend to new films that recently came to the od the vast of night and the painter and the thief that more. Are you watching closely ahead on film spotting? Welcome to film spotting. Josh in an alternate timeline. We'd be spending this post Memorial Day weekend show singing the praises most likely of fast and furious nine. Oh Yeah I'm sure I'm sure we'd both be huge fans I haven't been keeping up with. What would have been released because it mostly depresses me. So this is to me after nine atom as the as the real fans would call it. Don't let Debbie here that that was supposed to come out because she'd probably forced me into a fast and furious marathon at home in memory of it instead. Of course we are talking about films new. Vod We're going to do a little golden brick spotting in this episode. Indeed there are two new films that meet the criteria for our golden brick or D- that's are overlooked or under unforeseen film of the year. Honor that we give to a mostly newer at least new to US filmmaker. We've both seen the new documentary the painter and the thief and I'm also going to recommend the vast of night that's a low budget sci-fi thriller that comes to Amazon Prime this weekend. Of course we're also pinning all our hopes of summer movie season on the theoretically opening tenant the latest from Christopher Nolan. Somehow the word theoretically there just seems so appropriate when talking about Christopher Nolan Anyway. That is still scheduled as of this recording anyway to come to theaters on July seventeenth seven. Seventeen chosen for being a gallon. Drome like the title of the film. Josh I'm sure that you knew that and we can trust. Christopher Nolan is GonNa try to be Oh so clever. Right yes now. A surprise. Our Own Nolan who've review which has revisiting all of Nolan's films is currently scheduled to wrap up in time for that July seventeen release otherwise all of this preparations going to be for naught. Joshua we need ten to get to the big screen in the meantime. We're going to get to his two thousand six film. The Prestige perform this feat in a manner and never before seen by yourselves or any other audience anywhere in the world. Odeon SELECTA is trees topnotch. You'd celebrate a real magician. Tries to weaver something you got something other. Magicians will scratch their heads over spoke. You have such a tweet as you're gonNA remember me for what happened. Just mentioned triggered overseen. I need to know how he does it. He has no. It's real every great. Magic trick consists of three acts. The first act is called the pledge every Great Christopher Nolan movie consists of three parts or acts. The first part is called the pledge. The filmmaker shows you something ordinary with his fifth feature set in late nineteenth century London. It's two rival. Magicians Hugh Jackman sophisticated. Showman. Robert in Jira and Christian Bale's committed professional Alfred. Borden the filmmaker shows you these characters. Perhaps he asks you to watch them to see if they are indeed real on altered normal but of course they probably aren't. The second is called the turn. The filmmaker takes these characters and makes them part of something. Extraordinary are period piece becomes gothic science fiction a meditation on the moral limits of science in pursuit of knowledge the consequences of obsession. Now you're looking for the secret but you won't find it because of course you're not really looking. You don't really want to know. You WANNA BE FOOLED. But you wouldn't clap yet because one of our magicians finally winning isn't enough. Our minds have to be blown. That's why every magic trick has a third act. The hardest part the part we call the prestige fairly early. In the film. Bordon's life Sarah played by Rebecca Hall reveals. He's going to be a father. He shows her the trick. That's going to put food on their table. A bullet catch which he performs for her to prove. It's safe like any of us. Observing great trick. She wants to know the secret and insist. She can't comfortably allow him to do it unless she understands the mechanics of it he relents she replies disappointedly once. You know it's so obvious Josh. Any rewatch of the prestige requires that you know the twist and equipped with that knowledge. It does all seem well pretty obvious like Sarah did that Lee disappointed or even more impressed with Nolan sleight of hand. I am really glad you asked this question because it helped me clarify a little bit. It helped me locate one of the reasons. Why and I'll stay at say at the front here. This is still topped here. Nolan for me really love this film. I think it's incredibly strong. But your question. Help me locate one of the reasons why. I might have liked it a little bit less this time around. And it's not so simple as knowing the twists or knowing the surprises because confession. I don't think I watched the prestigious since two thousand six and I had mostly forgotten how everything unfolded now. Yeah the hints and clues pieced together in advance in a way that I did not in. Oh six but it's different from not knowing anything so I was still pretty much in the dark as this movie began. So it's not just that I knew the answers. It's and I'm not sure it disappoints even in terms of its reveals but in comparison is something like as before we started recording. You had mentioned the six cents so comparison to something like that which we did revisit just last year And is another case where it it hugely depends on its reveals. Its twists turns. It surprises
"hugh jackman" Discussed on 710 WOR
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"hugh jackman" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Just discussion we had At dinner and it was a friend of mine who said off. I was baking some cookies and I sent some cookies down to the local station. I was like yeah I mean Y- I'm in array position where in a way I have an audience that is worldwide. Rydin have millions of people. Follow me on this and that social media but in the end I'm a father of four lives in a community and just up the road there is to play in. So there's five deposits and play sessions then thankfully these men and women Working and I was just a small to say. Hey thank you thinking August pasta garbage truck now or anyone on the street. Who's well I'll just give him a thumbs up as I'm riding my birthday morning. Maas I have no idea who I I tell you the white back. Thanks you know I feel appreciated Celebrate your anniversary in quarantine. I don't know why but Eboni we get all the time but over the twenty four years. Wbz counting tool thirteen. We haven't been together. It's been a press thing. Been a while. Oh she's been something has happened so the two of US staying in vain together was really nice and we had the cage with some and We cooked to meal and you know it was. It was really a bubbly. Don't tell me your treat was low. Carb bread for your anniversary. Trust me not so. Let's talk about bad education. I win and did a number of days At different schools some long island's somebody's Hampton. I went and hung out with superintendents just to see what they die is alike and and everywhere. I went every person when say what I was doing. You know we like. Oh because of that I now have to do requisition. Orders JUST TO BUY FOOTBALL ICON. Spend twenty dollars without signing seven phones. And that'll happen because of this because I think it was twenty thousand dollars. Anything under twenty thousand dollars just had to get a stamp from some of the school. Now it's all Gonna go everything for twenty dollar purchase as to go to some central so it changed everything this situation. So let's let's talk about frank to sewn and the whole story tell us what is the story of education. One of the story really is off people slipping and the slipperiness of truth and how people can gradually inch by inch to pretend things are okay because they sit them personally and how people who start off incredibly altruistic and doing things in-service to teach to educate to raise up people find themselves in Johannesburg millions of dollars and what he's head Jenny. How is that possible? I think it's also really a story of courage and perseverance when you see it from the angle of the fifteen year old schoolgirl and movie which actually was a composite of two people but it was true that they were riding on the school newspaper. And that's how this scoring story was followed so the school newspaper that was edited by Frank. Son was way you know I've seen anyway and had to be sanctioned by him every single one it was the same and that they had the courage to stand up to those sort of authority structures. And and tell the truth It's a tear thing to do when you attack powerful people but if you're fifteen year old at school and it's must have been terrifying and I think that's amazing part of the story. So Franks own is a Superintendent Long Island school system in Roslyn and he they find out that he embezzled how much how many millions. Well two point two. He denies that to this day. He said I and he's still one point. One that's defense It was slightly like everything you know. He spent a lot of money that was embezzled to buy gifts the teachers to appreciate them to make their lives. Easiest in the anniversary gifts and flowers on their birthday and lobster lunches and you know. Send them away on weekends. You've worked so hard. Congratulations you know. So some of the embezzling money was. That's why he's still defensive about it but they still a lot of money. He's been thirty thousand dollars. He and dry cleaning. He justified that as the face of the school he needed to be presentable. You know but in the Indian buying a house in Vegas that he shared with. He's lava he's husband did know about and all well didn't even know he was guys said it was. There's upon layer of deception and I think what the real story is is not. Just frank was Machiavellian and I'm going to deceive everybody. I think there's layers of deception to himself as well and dad is where the story I think resonates beyond this is true crime story and watch all this go down. You know that actually all of us have air is now live where we are prepared to turn a blind eye to something because it just doesn't suit us to face it you know and and I think that's why this is a cautionary tile It's just also an unbelievable story of how it happened. And Allison Janney and frank were not in cahoots. It wasn't like a coordinated thing. It just sort of happened in this culture happened where it was just seemed to be okay. That was the GNOME. That's what you did is fun. It's okay you work really hard. You're working for doing things. You work nights forty hours a date. It's okay if you charge a credit card here that they're more than here and there that like you said you know has a place in Las Vegas right but also a blind eye to it because he was doing such a good job that house prices. It was a million dollars for house you know and this was an area that hadn't been successful because he'd brought the school up to number four country. Everyone was making money off him so no one really wanted a little. The you know well I loved when when there was the whole issue of saying we can't have this get out their books. It's going to hurt our rating for the school system. And then her two kids right out. Budget WON'T GET PASSED. And then the kids get yeah. I know that's part of the story. That is shocking to me. That a group of six seven board members all at the end of that meeting after finding hundreds of thousands of dollars and probably more than that. They stay convinced themselves. That was the right thing to do to Cape quiet shocking. And by the way none of those people in the board took money they still put. It was a good idea. So it's it's just amazing how we can as humans justify things in pretend things are okay. Let's talk about your accent. You do a good Long Island New York accent. GotTa give credit to jest. Platt did a take a long time and I'm not one of those actors can just pull them up at a party. They do Scottish for do Indian do this I. I can get eighty percent of the way but I need on aid work and I made A dialect Kutch and I've had the same dilate coach since I was a for twenty years basically And either into a movie without him. And by the way many producers have said to me like really. He's done thirty five movies. He's student to coach the accent. Like come on and I'm like yeah. I'm sorry that's what I I. I don't care about as much. I donate a dollar coach. So when did know that you got that New York accent because specific New York accent? It's not just you know. My coaches actually He's from Brooklyn so he said around the area and He was just like no no no and then you know. He said to me at one point he gets hit. I remember he said I want you to listen back because I said he show and he said listen back to it And you know I'm quite musical. I'll go to musical so when I hear things I listened back when something we'd record and I was like. Oh you're right. That's IT and then once. She started to get that then. It's you've just gotTa practice it and sit in and say you don't think about all you're acting. Did you ever think of reaching out to Frank? Yeah thought about it I actually was not encouraged to do that. by the studio and produces at the time and I understand why but there was so much public so much on the public record. I'm and I literally maybe fifteen hours of interviews with frank because you know he's to ride in the newspaper he had or every second week. He had an editorial there's some much stuff that he wrote Written about him not just the scandal prior to this candle so I really did no lawn and then you know I wanted to do a little research about what it is to be superintendent. This is the whole system. I didn't grow within. Australia is very different. voting on budgets. And all that stuff none of that this is all foreign to me but also just the mindset of how lies can take place. I've read a lot about that. Did you like Frank. Did you like as a character as a real person how do you I? I assume you have to find something to like about him as an actor you have to. I always remember. Yeah I remember my Acting teacher said it's not about liking or disliking your character. You have to fall in love with your character like you character. You can't if you are outside your character. Judging it all you filed Uganda file. You have to be within an understanding and there is not a person on the planet walks in going on a bad guy. I'm villain This everyone feels that they're doing their best and they're doing most people feel doing the right thing for whatever reason and that's the job of an actor.
Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively Donate $1 Million to Feeding America and Food Banks Canada
"Yeah this is pretty nice Ryan Reynolds and his wife Blake lively yesterday made a one million dollar dollar donation to a couple of national food banks one for national food bank in the U. S. and another for national food bank in Canada to help people who are having trouble getting food for senior citizens for a people unable to get out of their houses even to go to the grocery store if they can find groceries to do that so they just said that they they want people to be well there's a really funny Ryan Reynolds tweet when the put this out yesterday that denounces all the serious stuff and at the end he pokes fun at his friend Hugh Jackman the there's not a single brand rules tweet that's come out in the last year was not poking fun at you Jack when he gives a a fake phone number to you know anybody who wants more money to contact your check for nine hits us with something like that but it's it's if it's one of those five five five numbers
Fasting Diets: What's the Skinny?
"Diets basically where you don't eat for a period of time. Whether it's going without food for a day or two or just leaving this really long gap between DNA and breakfast and this way of eating cold intimate fasting. It's all the rage right now seems like everyone's getting into it. According to gossip MAGS, Chris Pratt, Courtney Khadaffi Sheehan and even Hugh Jackman doing it every day. What I do is I eight eight hours, and I I the sixteen I actually got the died from Dwayne the rock Johnson has meta mine internet broS in health fluency is a getting into these foodless frenzy to was talk about how to get lean and ripped with intermittent fasting. But the owned getting ripped there's a lot of buzz that fasting can make us healthy up and do all sorts of impressive things. The medical community is saying it can work there could be benefits beyond losing weight sting reduces the risk of cancer, Alzheimer's and can help us live longer. And if a diet could do all this that would be amazing, which is probably why a lot of us have questions about it. In fact, Google says that fostering was one of the top trending diets in the US last year. So obviously, we are hungry for knowledge. Starved of information. We can trust and fed up with internet celebs. That's why today we finding out is any of the hype RIL like what consigns actually tell us about fostering. When it comes to fostering. There are lots of opinions. But then this
Hugh Jackman Takes the Starring Role In 'The Music Man' Revival
"Hugh Jackman returning to Broadway ended up coming revival of the musical the music man and marks Jackson's first musical role in more than a decade. His last one the boy from Oz resulted in Jackman winning a Tony award for best actor and Jackman said on Twitter that the music man will come to Broadway October twenty second twenty twenty. Mark your calendars Wells Fargo.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me
"He may eight you like movies. Do you like movies about big red dudes with attitudes? I do a couple times before this. And I'm not talking about Santa. I'm talking about Hillary. Can reaction retelling of the new hell boy red band trailer. He had the newest trail the news of the drug just dropped a couple of days ago. If you have in go check it out, it's on YouTube. If you're on your daily, it will wait. Okay. All right. Yeah. Go all right. So okay, man. I have a lot of feelings about this man, mixed feelings. But it doesn't feelings. I think he looks better than the first trainer. Yes. I think they still have a little ways to go. God just something about him. That just you know, what this this this thing this movie's going to remind me of it's gonna remind me of like, Ben Helsing with the one with Hugh Jackman, Hugh, Jackman and. Okay. For people. My your Eder anybody over the age of twenty. Maybe it's been a while. Yeah. We we've have we have a hell boy he was a perfect perfect in. That is Ron Perlman, rob Herlin. I mean, look the the the makeup was legit Gambill. Bill Toro is amazing film monster maker, I mean to toil is amazing director, and he has a style. That's perfect for a lot of it was practical fix and a lot of it was cool mak- and legit things. This is. I don't know, man. This is going to be the first to did really wolf I understand correctly. So why would they not bring del Toro there? It's it's just like, oh what worked twenty years ago? Let's go ahead and redo it. It's like because that's why Perlman said if del Toro's not in it. I'm not an because they'll tour was amazing in. I mean, I I don't remember everybody having a backlash of it. I was really good the box that could be wrong. The I did. And I thought the second one did. Yeah. I mean, and now you have David harbour again like him. I like things like in. I don't mind him his hill. Boy is I think is the makeup makeup, man. It's it's I think you're trying to make him to like eyebrows. Dislike stays has enough movement. It's kind of. Yeah. I remember I think we were talking about this before that it looks like a mask. Yeah. It was. A hell we mess. Just doesn't look good. I mean, he's just Rawlins of your campus. Yeah. Pretty good. And I don't think they resulted Welsh. So I think it's God. And like it's a lot of GI..
"hugh jackman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Take you up into into itself. So completely that you sort of forget you in the theater that would be a telltale sign. Still subjective. Even in that. I remember seeing Les Miserables with Hugh Jackman and Anne Hathaway, and I loved the solo songs where they just they went in very close on the subject, and and that person was conspiracy out their life story in song. And we left the theater the woman sitting behind this. I do with the person that she had gone. I hated all those close. I just didn't understand that. And I'm like that was so that you could get to know the character even at that. You see that? It is very subjective. Sure. A court people, you know, it varies from person to person. What you what you enjoy? It could be a great film, but perhaps in genre. That you don't particularly enjoy. And I noticed on your top ten list of the movie, I reformed which one of your colleagues reviewed and and and put on that list. I thought it was terrible one of the word certainly one of the worst movies. I saw last year. So you see how that echo the lawn? What one movie from two thousand eighteen would you most recommend? Well, let's see certainly I've mentioned bad under the Royal. Although there again that is quite a gritty film. So it's not what you want to go into casually. But otherwise, I think oh eighth grade better grade that was a very well done. It was a wide release, but it was well done in a kind of artistic approach, and if you really want to see I think it's very accurate in terms of what young people are experiencing these days. And it's a little bit unfortunate in that it deals with sexuality among adolescents. In a way that parents would not necessarily feel comfortable having the kids see, but otherwise, it would be very valuable film or teenagers to see we had a lot to say about the role of social media for young people. These days. And the parents could use it as a teaching moment to them after seeing the movie together with their kids sit down to pay. Let's talk about these issues and go from there. Exactly. Because there again, the film is not endorsing the kind of hookup culture that bear. We're told going on among the young people these days inclusively condemn the fat and condemns the pressure that young men can put on your women. And so in that sense. It's it's a fundamentally upright film. But it goes have seen that. Might make mom and dad. Have you seen anything yet in the first six weeks of two thousand nineteen or in the upcoming releases that you think contender for the next year that you'd think really are very promising not really there's an old joke. Among critics January is where bad films go to die. The studio wants to bring you know, if it's going to be Oscar bait they want it to be closer in time to the awards. Right. So that comes out in December, November exactly or you can get away with sort of mid summer release and hope for the voters to remember it. But know. Before the previous year's Oscar ceremony that it seems like it's so remote from next year. So I I wouldn't say there's anything that's going to make it into the award season. But I did like a recent comedy, isn't it romantic with rebel Wilson?.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Today. My guest today is one of the most multi talented stars in show bizz history and Australian man of Hollywood films and Broadway theatre who is the living embodiment of the triple threat he sings he dances, and he acts all incredibly, well, and is just as at home in a superhero movie as he is a jukebox musical, you might even call him. Well, the greatest showman of his generation. I'm talking, of course. About Hugh Jackman Jackman, shot international fame as the mutant superhero. Wolverine in the two thousand comic book, film, adaptation, X men returning to that character. Eight more times over the next seventeen years. No actor has played the same superhero character in more films or over as long a time span remarkably Jackman has been hugely prolific outside of that franchise as well. And the vast majority of what he is touched has been well received he has started not just dozens of films spanning the spectrum of John rose, but also four Broadway productions one musical two plays and a special concert as well. Which led the New York Times to call him, quote, the most adored performer on Broadway, close quote, and to write quote, Mr. Jackman is a glorious dinosaur among live entertainers of the twenty first century and honest to gosh, old-fashioned madea idol who connects his audiences without a hint of contempt for them or for himself close, quote, he anchored one best picture Oscar nominee. Two thousand twelve lame as rob and sixteen films that reached number one at the box office nine x-men films, plus two thousand one swordfish two thousand four van Helsing two thousand six is happy feet and the prestige two thousand eleven real steel two thousand thirteen prisoners.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Katie Couric
"And I was big admire of Tom Fiedler's, but the Miami. Yeah, he's from the Miami Herald that was really involved in in breaking the story, right? What was happening that caused this? There are moments in time where things come together in a way that changes. It's not just politics changes, the culture, and I think, you know, in retrospect what's easier to see now. Than at that moment in the mid nineteen eighties, yet a bunch of things going on your, but a decade after Watergate, which changes journalism and a couple of profound ways it changes. Yes. In sort of based career Embiid way. Right. If you can take down a politician now, you can get rich and famous, but also quite quite rightly, I think puts the focus on moral character of our leaders more than it had been and because it was in barrister for the media to have missed that about Richard Nixon. You had the rise of feminism on the left which changed attitudes about adultery. You had the rise. The more majority on the right, which also put personal behavior much more in the realm of of political discussion. And then you have the birthday, you know, better than I do the birth of satellite television. Right CNN launches in the early nineteen eighties away, satellite dishes. And I knew exactly suddenly you have this moment where you can broadcast live anything from anywhere, and you've got to keep people in their seats. And the definition of news changes when it's an hour to hour sort of keep the ratings up issue. And so all these things come together. I think in that moment and as a result. What happens in nineteen eighty seven is that we begin. From that moment to treat our candidates much more like we treat our celebrities. And I would submit that when you treat politicians like celebrities and create a process that demand celebrity you will get celebrities as politicians and wanting to enter the process, and I think that's been the direct line that you can follow from that moment to the one in which we find ourselves, frankly, more relevant than we thought writing the script. We we had the script on before the two thousand sixteen election. But I think I think events have just made it so unsettling Lee timely in some ways, you know. I think you accomplish something that I thought was impossible you made Hugh Jackman actually unappealing. It's not that difficult. We he's been enough time. Strap me because I remember Gary hard. I think I've interviewed him on a number of occasions. And of course, I remember the story. Well, even though I was in local news when this this story happened. You know, I kept thinking God he so humorless. And he so lacking in Christmas. He's so obnoxiously Ernest. That's what I thought when I watched this movie did you set out to make him that? Coming. This is the least amount of acting ever done. He is. I know you he's the tip. Asus of everything you are. I mean, did you just have to like try to sublimate any personality? No, I have a different perspective from meeting him and spending time with him. I find him thirty MC you'll in in a way. Like, I actually joked hidden have you ever thought about being inactive because whim ran lot of actors? I always feel like any adjective could work with that actor actors have to chop and change so much that they can the times be grumpy Ernest funny, and I've found him maybe because of everything on heard or read surprisingly warm funny, very inviting very hospitable. He was quite series in brief in what he did..
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Katie Couric
"To Hugh Jackman that my and Jay Carson did they sound. Like afterthoughts will maybe because there's emprise after Jackson Jackman, of course, has a new movie out called the front runner all about Gary Hart's ill-fated campaign and what happened to him in three weeks back in nineteen eighty seven. When it looked like he was going to win his party's nomination for president the United States. But it was when everything changed not only for Gary Hart, but for the media and for our country, and we should provide a little bit of background. Gary Hart was democratic Senator from Colorado. He had run unsuccessfully for president once before everybody sort of Sumed. He was going to be the leader of the pack in nineteen eighty eight. But then the media started digging around his personal life. And that was kind of the beginning of the end for his effort. I can assure you Senator this is relevant. It's just that. We saw you leave and come back with this woman. And we didn't see her can't be serious. No one in my home. There's no need for that. I am serious. How long have you known this question kind of questions, your friend? I don't know why I would tell you that. I am not going to producer to corroborate. What you're saying? After produce anything, this is gone on long make calls to this woman from Kansas, and you have holes every day. I don't see how I remember that you're announcement speech. Okay. You said you said, we we don't know what I said, the highest possible standards of integrity and ethics. The where we standing here. Now. Hugh Jackman did not do this on his own. It's based on a book written by map by one of our favorites. We worked together when we were both at Yahoo. News Mattis still there as the national political columnists. So this movie is based on his book called all the truth is out the week politics went tabloid. We're also joined by another one of my favorites. Jay Carson Jay Carson helped adapt bats book into the screenplay along with director, Jason Reitman. Jay's had a pretty interesting career himself. He's currently a senior adviser, Bloomberg philanthropies. He's worked on a lot of big political campaigns you, and I think I got to know him ten years ago when he was the traveling press secretary for Hillary Clinton. That's right fun. Fact, Ryan Gosling played the character based on j in the two thousand thirteen movie the odds of March as I'm looking at you fry in ranked link could play you in the movie all about our podcasts. Find a nickel for every time. So that's me. I'm you know, I'm confused for Hugh or for Ryan short sleeved shirt. Anyway, we decided we were going to have a long conversation with them about politics. The media about Gary Hart, and how you really take the story that happened in nineteen eighty seven and make it relevant today. So we started out by asking Matt why he wanted to write a book about this chapter in American politics in the first place..
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"You just did it yourself. Last question before we go have a Cup that brother before we go have a Cup of coffee. I interviewed your Buddy Ryan Reynolds last week deadpool. Yeah. And he said there probably won't be another standalone deadpool movie, and then he stopped and he said unless Hugh wants to do a dead pool verse wolverine movie, he just threw that out. There. Have you seen the last of wolverine? He keeps asking me a wolverine. It'll be back someone's going to buy him. I don't know not, you know. But Ryan is he's relentless and keeps coming back to me. And all these white Shelvin form it, and I said, well, you know. I just don't think the world really wants to see deadpool with wolverine. They I mean, maybe a cameo from deadpool. I just think it runs over the deadpool. I dunno his argument and not his argument. Then was that he thought he'd give little boost to your really by putting you in a movie, it's nice concerned. Got it. You know, that term Dag I mentioned. You know, a Dag is just such a day. It's the little bit of. Thank you. The blast. Thanks. Thanks so much after we sat down and had that conversation, Hugh, and I hopped up and walked down the block in New York City to his coffee shop laughing man, it's a coffee brand he started whose proceeds go back to fair trade coffee farmers in Africa. So you tell me about laughing man where the Willie up refer like a few yards back. You welcome. That'd be great. So he's moving. He's moving Lafi, man. I went to cope here. An ambassador for World Vision worked with this femme day for about three hours. He does seven days a week. And I met a promise to him that when I got back. I would do whatever I could to get story out. He he's a fair trade copy Palmer, and he works so hard, and he's Chinese live. I came back. So I'm what am I gonna do? I ran into my who runs who ran a copy company two years. I want to get back into coffee. Let's do it. That's eight years ago. So we created Lafayette, man, coffee, OB happy where? I give one hundred percent of all the prophets got back to the farmers directly. We have a foundation. So we're helping out the community. We have a cafe which had to go to actually have to kept is here. And we have the first recyclable pod in North America. So it's recyclable fair trade coffee give all the puppets back to to the farmers and a Cup of coffee. So this is how cafe I believe one hundred and fifty square feet and about two years ago, we became host with foot the number one retail space Manhattan, we possibly apple stole which might have six thousand square feet. But still it's it's been amazing. We still have been something that people could come and get a coffee that goodbyes, and there are lines and get stopped mold downtown for this in my movies. Is that right? Yeah. Thanks to the coffee, man copies. Great movie suck. Anyway. Were you a big coffee guy before you started this? So. Olaz he's and Sam New Zealand as we love coffee. So there's a huge sort of history of Italian immigrants from European immigrants. So we can Pacino's white you before like anyone else outside of Italy. And we love alcohol to date. So out of this selfishly was making sure I can get a come call. Whenever you want your snow that's crucial that I thought I was a hugely inspired by Paul Newman. And what he did how we have a lot of fun didn't take himself seriously as he would put a shameless exploitation in the Basuto coming good, and he credited something long off, the he's, you know lot and he's profiles. So that's sort of one. That was the goal. Yeah. Some people young people them when I was a salad dressing. Career. I well knew you'll become best buy me. That's totally. I didn't think would mind like he could love himself..
Janet Jackson, Cardi B to headline Global Citizen festival
"See. Big stories recently about. The global citizen festival it's coming back to the great lawn central park Saturday September. Twenty-ninth by, heart radio. Is so proud to be teaming. Up with the global citizen. Festival, this year. Janet Jackson that's incredible the. Weekend Shawn, Mendez Danielle Cardi b.'s going. To be there yeah Janelle Monae Hugh Jackman in? John. Legend I mean they're all? Gonna be there, do, you know what global citizen festivals about though no what exactly is the music, but? You know I it's the first and foremost thing is we're fighting extreme poverty around the. World right and, there's a lot of stuff you can do to, help out this world of, ours and of course, having a celebration in the, middle of the universe central Park New York
Janet Jackson, Cardi B to headline Global Citizen festival
"The performers are set for the two thousand eighteen. Global citizen festival in New York Cardi b. the weekend and Shawn Mendez will. Headline the festival which will take place in central park on September twenty nine Janet Jackson also set to. Perform along with a special performance from, John legend tickets are free and, can be found on the global citizen app or by joining the global. Citizen movement Hugh Jackman and dip relief for Ness are set to. Host the festival the university of Delaware is, the, number one party school in the nation the Princeton review has released its list. Of the colleges and universities most, likely to show students a good time. Rankings included things like alcohol consumption, and the, number of, hours spent outside the classroom, the company also ranks, stone. Cold sober schools with Utah's Brigham Young University at the top of that..
US Pizza Museum, Chicago and Shawn Mendez Cardi discussed on Elvis Duran
"Usually at this time the time of? Year when they, say don't swimming duty-free duty-free less it rains for few. Days but right now we're dude yeah we had, duty, alert in the beginning of? The summer, remember a lot of. Alerts by, the? Way Would you go to a. Museum, of pizza yes with their opening the US pizza museum. Friday unfortunately it's in Chicago no New York Why we come up. With I it's our fault yet is our fault what the hell I know that's? Not? Cool I'm museum of pizza in Chicago. Pizza and then what do they do serve? Deep, dish at the end of the tour really. There's, not a pizza, that's a casserole It is Good I, like Chicago deep, dish pizza but it's not Pete's now it's. Not, anyway hey the global citizen festival's coming back to the great lawn at central, park, Saturday September. September, twenty-ninth Janet Jackson's going to. Be, there yeah the weekend Shawn Mendez Cardi b. Gino Monet John legend is going to be there and Hugh Jackman is hosting that's going to. Be cool do we have tickets to? Give away No not currently all right One,.
'I love you, dad': James Gandolfini's son pays tribute to him on the 5th anniversary of the 'Sopranos' star's death (updated)
"Tanger blues band while governor phil murphy and actor hugh jackman rocked out kessler reporting former mexican president takes a seat on a board to push for legalization of marijuana former mexican president vicinity fox calls himself a soldier in the global campaign to legalize marijuana he's now joining the board of directors of the publication high times fox's stance is strictly business he believes a robust legal marketplace only new jobs and medicines and could one day be a part of the north american free trade agreement among mexico canada and the us fox also says legal weed could cut cartel violence in his home country daria albinger abc news number of americans who smoke cigarettes has reached the lowest level ever recorded centers for disease control and prevention reports just under fourteen percent of americans smoked in two thousand seventeen in cities rate was even lower eleven percent but higher in rural areas fifty years ago more than forty percent of americans were smokers five years ago today the world was stunned by the death of james gandolfini june nineteenth two thousand thirteen stunned stunned by his sudden death james gandolfini was in italy on vacation with his family when he had a heart attack while alone in his room was found by his thirteen year old son family and friends were crush joe pinto liana was again phoenix funeral that's what he should be remembered as an amazing artist gala feeney won three emmys for his role as mob boss tony soprano on the hbo series the sopranos the role that defined his career next time you'll find yourself in a back trucks james gandolfini was fifty one when he died jason nathanson abc news hollywood shitting shopping be as much fun as summer itself that's what macy's backstage is.
Ryan Reynolds Still Wants A Deadpool
"Is not like a a fully announced project or anything by any means but h t tell us about ryan reynolds greatest wish well his in the lead up to deadpool two ryan reynolds is doing the classic running his mouth and we're trying to pick his his clothes and see if there's anything that will come of it essentially ryan reynolds is on a mission to get a dead pool wolverine movie and reunite the two characters that i met in will expand origins wolverine hopefully not that exact ration of those characters because it was not a great computation or great movie but now that both deadpool and we'll verena have headlines some of the most critically acclaimed movies of twentieth century fox it could potentially happen but he just has to persuade hugh jackman to come out of x men retirement and and stop trying to be the song and dance man he truly wants to be i just i feel like we just need to let hugh jackman beat the musical man that he wants to feed isn't wanna be the vainly muscular will renew anymore but my mental bautzen stewart white maybe one last time so ryan mental is basically said i think convincing hugh of that would be a near impossible impossible feat but there's no human being a love more than jackman that universe in italy so as a friend goes on to praise him he says already miss them as logan so i'm one of those guys that whenever i see him i'm like come on man just one more come on we'll do it together it'll be fun so he jackman actually made us sort of joke about this on instagram where he posted a video with deadpool in his hotel room and it was a sort of birthday message to ryan reynolds so it was a it's sort of cute little back and forth troll ish internet thing that they do and it's been sort of a upheld in the deadpool movies to where deadpool constantly makes jabs about hugh jackson in wolverine so it seems like he's leaving the door open.
Wayne Brady, Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds discussed on Lori and Julia
"Trends this is the mytalk now trending report things you need to know trending online this afternoon movie pass apparently the company is no longer selling it's one movie per day plan of pulling back on that one avengers infinity war trending the movie is pulled in thirty nine million dollars just from it's thursday night screenings alone going to be a big darn deal this weekend also let's make a deal trending as in the daytime game show hosted by wayne brady apparently a guy found out that he's in the friend zone in brutal fashion on national television while appearing on let's make a deal yeah we'll awkward hugh jackman trending today hugh jackman threw shade at ryan reynolds after reynolds crashed his birthday message recording session he was dressed as deadpool ryan reynolds was but it was all in good fun and also trending this afternoon it's other day celebrate the trees that's turning here mytalk forecast brought to you by skinrejuvenationclinic partly cloudy thirty three tonight sunny all the way through the weekend fifty six tomorrow at six sixty eight on sunday right now sixty two at mytalk now you know what we know see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com.
Watch Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool interrupt Hugh Jackman's birthday message
"This is the mytalk now trending report what's this what's the latest trending online this afternoon would it be arbor day that is trending also hugh jackman is trending he's throwing a little shade at ryan reynolds after reynolds crashed hugh jackman birthday message recording it's all in good fun it's cute they're at cinema con having a fun time together rob schneider trending he has some opinions about his former shell saturday night live fairly rob is not here for alec baldwin's trump and prussian also trending today would be abba the band is reuniting and recording new material for the first time since nineteen eighty two also trending alexis bodell the actress says sisterhood of the traveling pants three could be happening could be a reality how exciting right that's what's trending here at mytalk now at five by witness news weather forecast today partly cloudy and windy with a high of sixty one tonight partly cloudy and thirty four and tomorrow partly cloudy and fifty seven by the way sunday going to be sunny and sixty eight currently it's mytalk studios it's partly cloudy and windy sixty one now you know what we know see more at mytalk one zero seven one dot com she did you wanna get a real taste of bradley trainer at his best you're going to want to check out that.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Just a travesty of a fifth nominee hugh jackman for les miz i don't i don't thought that is yet jack thriller movie explain the russell crowe hugh jackman market correction that's a great take now russell crowe can't sing and dance well we'll see how it by 3 out would have growth we tell you while he was this ban here's the thing about about the about their careers though this is the first time hugh jackman had actually been able to do that in a movie right lake nobody all these dummies that i mean with all due respect to the dummies in hollywood all the time is in hollywood wanted him to lake be wolverine and and do things that were like wolverine and other movies nobody wanted him to be the thing that meg ryan saw in that the boy from us in that shitty comedy that she looked like the last of the romantic comedy she made where they have the time travel hugh jackman into the present to find to like to satisfy the meg ryan urge for love could there yeah clearly apparent kate leopold and nobody he became wolverine amedee stayed wolverine and then finally but on broadway i mean everybody knows that hugh jackman has jazz hands that's on a euphemism are metaphor he just he's iced musicals and that's not a euphemism metaphor either and i just feel like this is the first movie that lets him do that okay great he should have been nominated.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"And look soften some of that is a gag that could believe me that guy could within very very quickly but it doesn't and i i thought i you know i was really pleasantly surprised by how much i enjoyed jumanji welcome to the junk dogs in mali and comanaged catch preview of ajman she went in with very low expectations surely even the rock wooden save this pointless remake i thought how wrong i was what a very entertaining way to spend two hours easily passed the six love test early on the action scenes were we are and that that's really important past the six left the six loves test really early on even though some of the cgi was a little ropy the rock was on top form but it was jack black who stole the show very entertaining way for family to come together christmas even if everyone will be watching style was instead james davenport having just returned from seeing manji i felt compelled to offer my views on this unnecessary reboot upper two hours long it was two hours to lunka the comical mismatches of the fourteen teenagers in that avatars quickly lost achievement for me after the first couple of gangs and i spent much of the rest of the film wondering where the kevin heart has ever played a character other than kevin heart most impressive was duane johnson managing to write a motorbike up in almost ninety degree slope sinai says james can i just say something about the has heart ever played a carrot to other than kevin hold it i think there'd be movies the kevin heart is in that i have really disliked but he's a very very funny screen presence and wall street east it often happens with comedians in movies the you'll get cost to do a particular thing and in fact very early on people said something about robin williams robbie williams overplayed anything other than rubbing williams but the front robin williams seemed to be possessed of a million personalities it was one of the things that it was you know he was famous voice he would do like what he was doing aladdin and he would switch between all these different things i think having our is very funny in this film and i we are we keys completely won me over in willis in nottingham i've just been siege manji a story of four selfabsorbed angst ridden teenages can i would.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Beckham roadway i would love to do another original musical for me the first five music as i did with either an australian version of something that had been some russ or a revival when i go nsi hamilton all recently dear evan handsome which have seen three times there is an excitement about a new musical a people are going in the mine and the music that dino are they going to see which is thrilling for me so i would love to work on that and i am started work on the so watch his vise or uh you always a pleasure thank you very myself coming on happy christmas to eat him on the incredibly talented and always plus in fact in a nice off with tom hanks hugh jackman would would fare very well a huge eminent was welcomed because he he always as you would just say much talks a good films here and he said at the beginning in oklahoma heart is it to the people we said he was really hot it's not that hard and you know even how lovely to have somebody step up to the plate like that this text hair says how much free advertising on the bbc's this barnum film going to get well you listen to mark and then reconsider the thanks see here's the thing i i really like him i like the interview him he talks of very good film and i wish that the film i saw had any relationship to the film that he talked about i thought the greatest showman was very poor very very poor there was a couple of things that you to the touched on in the mti a you know you said the thing about is he exploiting these people that he's employing and hugh jackman carnival admitted that the film does a very sort of soft soap.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"W d and i want to introduce my newest higher philip carla spicer mitch was what is your act mr coehlo half an hour everyone's gotten and that's a clip from the greatest showman hugh jackman is here hello hugh how you hi solemn great very nice to to get takes whereas you just telling me about barnum quote and i just what before i forget us you need without me promotion something terrible will happen nothing so these what you're doing so you're actually figure that every morning as i get up as he faced another day of promotion you've which is not as arduous as some people think it is particularly on somebody that you spent seven and a half years working on which just just explain why it's been such laminant and sometimes movies do take a very long time to make but why is this taken a long time this is an original movie musicals so none of the music you've heard before and that hadn't happened in hollywood for twenty three years i was in a unique position seven years ago i just hosted the oscars larry mark who produced it came to me and said look you've done five musicals onstage or around the world he'll people now he was wolf rain and you've done movies but you you should do movie musical and you should show onscreen the kind of stuff you down on stage before that's a great idea so we came up he had the idea for bonham which seem to me a perfect fit because i do think musicals benefit from characters that a larger than life and if this his story that based around performing on some level that helps as well and we i really thought is about a one in ten chance the movie what happened really what you know with a guy and i was like earth and then a disc started to get more and more real though the script communist icon actually this is good but what are the music and then the journey continued bed he we ah was one of the reasons that you might have had a doubt his because they're already had been a musical gold bonham.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Like can barely read these words anyway he thought he'd give his own take on the force which which what it means to be a hero to give it some humor that humor was off misjudge one line is that deflated scenes and that came from the mouths of characters who would never have set them in the force awakens it was also inconsistent make sure you bring the means pies alghozi join ounce him well the first thing i'd like to say is in the case of all of those emails they have expressed personal responses which is what criticism is am i have no problem with that whatsoever and i it is certainly true that the films prove divisive i was talking to robby cons about this just just the other day it has been exciting being on twitter hearing from a wide range of people all of whom are convinced that critics who like stir the the new star was film are being paid by disney to do so and they believe this with the same vehemence that people believe that we did not land on the moon that you know we made contact with a space aliens after area fifty one and we've been hiding that ever since and you know any number of sort of crackpot conspiracy theories and i take i just i all that stuff just absolutely baffled me because it is perfectly possible for two people to see a film and effectively see a different film and clearly in the responses that we've had their you know because every time you see a movie the movies kind of created by you by you and the film together for that's the first thing the the idea that somehow critics go into some kind of collective frenzy all that somehow that collective frenzy was in some way being pushed by by the distribute is hogwash ellison unknown what better i know normal person things no exactly and so the the shia weight of herbert nurse.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Kicking the corpse i hate to the it would you say on the subject of from the visual splendor so the sequence of the dogfights over the salty land throwing up the red rock dust that wasn't that was an impressive in any way rhetorical alana from teesside as a simple tricky perhaps my opinion on style was hold little gravity but from some of the most you had at last friday you have to wonder what film some people were watching it certainly wasn't the film i saw the visuals with stunning the writing i enjoyed even if i did cool some plot points and the music must have been amazing because they say the best goals don't intrude and i didn't notice a thing the character development was engaging up particularly enjoyed posven she's the establishment sassi luke skywalker and all the kylo race scenes i left the cinema with big eyes and a full heart set fully hit it's intended mark i hope it did with others and may the full be with you even though i can hear them coming from my trick combatage right now and last week i mentioned that my brother had been texting me saying how much he hated it yes i can say now is email the show so this this is thought that moment in the notting hill when he says you are you are no longer my brother you're just some guy i met once day brother you mentioned on analyst week our text message disagreement about the merits of the last jeddah you're right i did hated let me explain why the force awakens with was a it was a fantastic star wars repaid by jj abrams a gripping plot with new characters that we actually canned about many intriguing questions were left unanswered at the end and for two years we waited what i specially disliked about lost yet i was that ryan johnson decided he wasn't interested in answering those questions in fact he didn't seem interested in this characters a toll sending them on fruitless missions keeping them apart as much as possible as i watch sequences with random unexplained aliens i was suddenly back watching phantom menace i'm sure this isn't the case but the overall impression that the film gives his that ryan johnson doesn't really like star wars all that much.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Hello everyone welcome to slash on daily for december twelve two thousand seventeen on today's up said we're gonna be diving into a bunch of news including the first reviews of star wars last july box office tracking uh the disney fox deal what what what will it hold for wolverine in the return of hugh jackman uh we also going to be talking to a movie pass and how it has accounted for over ten percent of the opening we can ticket sales for some movies uh net flakes has released some binge stats that are worth uh chatting about and a word that millennials are millennials are still going to the movies and why uh and lastly will talk boat lady bird has been dethroned as the bestreviewed film of all time and run tomatoes uh this peter saretta in jamia to this podcast is on senior writer ben pearson aid with up at last some writers chris even jealous that hello and why trend billy he everyone we have a full house here today guys uh blitz this jump into the news star wars week it's final here i feel like this the week i've been waiting for you know this whole year and i i don't know what to do with myself now that's actually here and what comes next i don't know but the reviews it hit this morning we talked but general reactions yesterday benue kind of did a round up for the state but you actually saw the film last night so i'm not sure if you want to give your spoiler free reaction is my spoiler free reaction is this movie is very very good actually listen to a yesterday's podcast episode of slash on daily and i actually echo everything that you and chris set about it in that i think ultimately if i had a gun to my head ranked second i think i prefer the force awakens um you know story wise and and just like the sense of fun that's in that movie but the highs our way higher in this film and ryan johnson is just like the perfect fit for this i mean it it is a it's a fantastic movie um.
"hugh jackman" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"Hey what's going on his bill bernstein for the monday morning podcast for mind day november 13th 2017 what's going on how why what's going on i am in new york city bulb bom bom but it owed to devote oh it's actually hollywood with the fucking my thinking it's not a new york song right bad but the bad bam bam bam bam bam bam it it it did it it that's hollywood right the to new york sought starts spread in the news right i don't fucking all over the map here tom winding down this trip i just wrapped up my acting gig on front runner i want to thank everybody though that allowed me to be on that movie i had such a great time i met so many great people on that shoot at the last night of the shoot i actually got to do is seen with the star of the movie hugh jackman and i can't even tell you how how great that experience was he he might he might be the not one of the nicest guys i've ever met in my life totally big guy to he's like six four assaulted big guy totally called nicest fucking do whatever then you start doing the scene right and if it's his character in the same quiz get was getting mad and frustrated with us student he went into that wove verena thing a little bit i was just like jesus christ i will not fuck with this guy.