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Fresh update on "jack nicholson" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"To 1 to four. CBS, Robbie and Birmingham, Alabama. He's next up on CBS Sports Radio. Hello, Robbie. What's going on man tonight? No, I'm doing okay. What do you got for me? Good. Good. Good. Now what about this? What about a white call on the baits with just the jersey Nothing underneath. Wait a minute. Are you like Are you walking around like your Donald Duck? Do you have pants on or how is that going to work? Uh, I think it may be under and, uh, colorful umbrella beat in the ocean. There, I think is out with the right causes that that except in Yeah, if it if it's a basketball the guy if you're just where if you're just shirtless, whatever and you're wearing I don't know why would go up and approach people anyway. Like that, But, like, like, say, we're living in this universe. Right? Robbie? If you're having a white claw, that's fine. If you're having a white cloth with a basketball jersey on with no undershirt, that's a no. Go If you're having a great big beer, Stein for the heaviest beer you can think of. I'm still not going to approach you because you were in a basketball jersey without an undershirt on I get What it is, that's all. Yeah, Yeah, that's all. Robbie. I don't want to go ahead. Go ahead. Go ahead. Yeah, well, yeah. No, no, no. You know, I just heard the basketball jersey kind of, you know, I guess for some reason when I picture The way you're describing that guy a few minutes ago. Just you know the No. Under shark, you know, thinks he's got guns. He might even have guns, you know, But for some reason, my mind just goes to Miami with a flat bill and the gold chain necklace. You know, maybe a tad. There were Denver, Colorado. That's the weird thing about her. They didn't for I can't get a tan in Denver. Well, I mean short way during these months in the snow. You get a tan up there. They got that register building up there. That's a pretty nice. Denver is beautiful. It's beautiful country over there in Denver. I've never been, but I hear That's what I hear that I hear. But you know, and I'll be honest with you. I don't hate on guys that that were the jerseys, Uh out and about, you know, like on the weekends. You know, you're strolling with the kid or you're out of somebody's I don't okay. And it's all about the setting. Right Where the settings that if you're at an outdoor brewery, cool, you know a concert rocket, you know, and Johnson, I'll be It was. I wish I could. You know, I wish I could. I'm 32 just turned down too. And even be 35. Congratulations, You know, but You know, but still I feel like a kid. You know, when I wear the jersey I'm like, man. You know, I feel like a kid might wear this, but I want to wear it anyway. You know, because it, doesn't it You feel like you know, I mean, sports is sports are fun, And I commend the dude that's still wear with confidence. I wish I could. I'm like, I don't I don't know. I think and Robbie I got to go. And I thank you for the call. I thank you for the call. I think it's a false confidence. I think that they need to be humbled. I don't know how they humble They need to be humbled. If you and it's not everything is a tank top is bad If you were at the beach, and you're just wearing like a gold's gym tank top, Go ahead. I don't care where whatever you want other than Basketball jerseys with no shirt on underneath, and I got a buddy I work with who is like that? We'll put that stuff away. No one wants to see that. Damn, You're 40 years old. You're walking around with a basketball jersey with no shirt on underneath. What the hell are you doing? You got kids. Put that back on, Get white shirt on underneath there or put something else on. Damn You want to what? You would be a grown man wearing a jersey go right on right on the head. But let's let's be honest here. Those days are done. next up on CBS Sports radio. Go ahead. Yeah, calling from Steph Curry's hometown. Uh, how sweet would that be, if if they get healthy and take on either the box the sixes of the Nets. Next year. In the finals, the numbers would be off the wall. They would especially with the Nets, because a lot of people love Steph Curry and, uh, I think that there would be it would be a very, very are you talking about Charlotte are you talking about Steph Curry and Golden State? Oh, Charlotte. Charlotte is Charlotte has one of the best play by play guys out there. I think they're doing in a lot of ways the right way and we've had him on before, not on this show. But on my regular show we've had him on before. I think that they could be I It's going to take a couple more moves. But I need I think they couldn't have being like a maybe a jazz. Maybe a nuggets, which I know that's not very good to say right now. But those are still too competitive. Quality teams go right on ahead, Jim. They get playback. And then Wiseman. If he turns out to be what I think he can be, anyway, anyway, I just I love Steph Curry. You know, talking about Jack Nicholson. I love to talk No quick, she'll every weekend. You know, Jack made over 75 movies and five easy pieces. It's got to be in the top five and really close to the top because I think it's got the best. Jack Nicholson seen of all scenes he's ever been in. That's when you know he's got the bitchy waitress inside the cafe and tells her to hold the chicken sandwich between her knees. She deserved a mini Oscar for her role. But if I ask you can if you had to watch movies for the rest of your life with only one lead male actor who would it be again? Jack made over 75 movies and he's hands down my choice. Would he be yours? Jim. Thank you very much for the call. Jack is my favorite..
Fresh update on "jack nicholson" discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM Show
"They meet some interesting characters on their journey. And, of course, other movie Jack Nicholson. Being one of them is wisecracking lawyer and He just completely steals the show. He you know he's not on the screen much, but it's fun watching the three interact and Nicholson is so expressive with his hand in his face gestures. He's just like, fascinating to look at It just completely steals the scene, uh, completely steals the show when he comes in so easy Rider number five. Another movie that I rented from the Perry Library. That's two of the top. That's two of my top 10 folks support your local library. Next go ahead Number four, You had mentioned it five easy pieces, the the role that proved that Jack could be a leading man. He's a drift theory. Just he's unhappy in life. Not satisfied with life at all, Um, great character studies in the film, the script is Excellent. It drops different hints about these characters along the way, as you're trying to figure out like who these people are, you know, perfect example. Early on the the movie. You see him working, Um, you know, on the oil rigs, but, you know, he comes from a rich family has a musical background and the first indication that we get of that is there in a traffic jam. He sees this piano sing in the back of a truck. He climbs in the back and starts playing a classical piece on the piano, which is it's really smart. You get told things without actually than being told to you it the script, just like, trust the audience to figure things out on their own. And just the cinematography is really beautiful in the film, so five easy pieces Number four number three going with Chinatown, Jack Nicholson and they've done away who is terrific in it. 19 thirties. You know, private detective. It's a mystery trying to unravel this deep conspiracy. And you just like, really see the dark side of humanity. With what? Faye Dunaway. His character has gone through in her life and just Nicholson's character of Jake. Just so many different layers to wait. The screenplay by Robert Town is unbelievable. Some people think it's the best screenplay of all time. Roman Polanski a terrible human being, but an amazing amazing director. He just every single shot means something Every single shot has significant. It just moves. The story along is a great flow to it. A lot of hand held camera shots that he used, which wasn't uh, Used a lot during that time this movie and I was made came out in 1974. So there's a lot of unique things to it. The music is great sets the tone really early. In the movie and one of the greatest movie endings of all time and just, you know, Phase Dunaway's character. She gets shot killed, Uh, just, you know, proving to reject Jack Nicholson's character that just one man here is not going to be able to solve all the issues that are going on here in Chinatown, and there's so many movies that Like, you know, we were talking about, uh, the word. We talk about the worst Sequels last week and wear them with speed. And then we're complimenting How great of a movie The first speed is the only my why one issue with speed is that.
Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin team up
"Own race card team, and he's partnering with Sorted Soner, Michael Jordan and bubble Wallace. Hamlin, three time Daytona 500 winner Of the contenders for this year's Cup title, made the announcement Monday on Social media. It will be a single car Toyota entry aligned with Joe Gibbs Racing. As for the driver, Hamlin said. It was easy. That's where bubble Wallace comes in. He will Dr Hamlin's entry into NASCAR, but back to the ownership. There's been speculation for months that Hamlin was organizing some sort of one ownership group. ESPN is Ryan McGee. How in the world is Michael Jordan End up Co owning a brand new NASCAR team? Well, it's not as long a walk as you might think. First of all, Denny Hamlin and M. J R Boys, They have been forever how that happened. Denny Hamlin is the Jack Nicholson of the Charlotte Hornets. He's been courtside forever. Their friendship is so tight. Hamelin actually wears Jordan branded shoes specially made when he's behind the wheel of his race car on the weekend. Second of all, Michael's been a motor sports guy forever. He was a longtime owner of Michael Jordan Motor Sports that competed in the AMA Superbike. Siri's And third of all, there's Brad Doherty, Michael Jordan's old buddy from Chapel Hill in the early eighties, a long time co owner of J. T G. Dori Racing in the Cup series, he has lobbied his friends in MBA forever to invest. In NASCAR. Why's Michael Jordan? Finally doing that? Finally listening. Brad finally listened Denny because of bubble Wallace and the attention the Wallace has received this year and what M J sees is a possibility. To literally change the face of NASCAR. Hamlin expecting NASCAR's business model to become more favorable for team owners when the next Gen car is released in 2022. NASCAR rules do prohibit a current driver from owning a team and driving for another. But Hamlin Working around that policy with Jordan as the primary owner, Michael Jordan became a partial owner of the Bobcats in 2006 bought the team out right in 2010 restoring into the Hornets name and as you heard Hamlin, a longtime season ticket holder, Jordan. Has been in the NASCAR season finale to watch Hamlin race for the championship. And Hamlin is seeking entitled for the first time, Wallace I'll be his driver Jordan, as you heard won't be alone. With basketball ties to NASCAR. Former U. N. C teammate and Cavaliers rival Brad Dougherty, owner of G. Doherty Racing SportsCenter all night,
"jack nicholson" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"The way at one point. I was dying because D- And Charlie reference dolls talking about a split murders personality murder and Charlie doesn't listen. There's nothing more hackneyed than that serial coz split personalities. But he tries to be nice to Aphrodisiac dressed to kill and Donald conferences. I love dress to kill which I just watch for the first time. When Liz Blake by Nancy Allen Prostitutes? He's a mysterious woman brutally slay Kate Miller Angie Dickinson. She finds herself trapped in a dangerous situation. While the police think Liz the murderer of the real killer wants to silence a crimes. Only witness only. Kate's inventor's son. Peter played by Keith. Gordon believes Liz Liz team up to find the real culprit. Who has an unexpected means hiding identity and even more surprising motivation to kill? I enjoyed it. It's a movie that I think has been awfully dated because the main characters transgender and they've got a sequence at the end I mean is I rolling and little nausea inducing at the way. They tried to explain that the character when his penis gets hard. The female side takes over and then fields murder the male side because he's transitioning from male to female you know females body and just hates himself so much that he feels like he has two murders somebody when he becomes sexually aroused clearly is not going to play well and twenty twenty. Lgbt community and this was made forty years ago so the fortieth anniversary of it. I don't think that transgender character kills an attractive woman because their penis gets aroused and they're mad at the male side of themselves having said that in terms of tension implied invention is certainly enjoyable. It's what I would call a genre movie and it continues Brian. Depalma's obsession love with Alfred. Hitchcock it's a fascinating. Debate is diploma a great director because he takes hitchcock movies and then forms Zoll with DNA of Hitchcock. Or is it outright thief and a guy that makes hitchcock? He's all over again and just remakes them and doesn't have the originality of the first movie and then just earns the spoils of them. I don't know what the answer is. It really is each person's view because clearly watching drastically. Go Yeah this is psycho. This is psycho in one thousand nine hundred. There's a brutal slash and seen rather than in a shower. He puts an elevator. But it doesn't have Bernard Hermann score but you know right away like yeah man wearing a wig psycho again okay so Michael Caines going to be the Anthony Perkins character interesting but still it works because it's got enough moments that are certainly juicy and say this for diploma. I'm telling you as far as any director when you throw dialogue out the window. He's having a blast when the cameras just takes over like he's got a twelve minute sequence here fabulous no dialogue just one character track and the other think of Carlito's way what's the best part of the last ten minutes not as war to dialogue. It's just Pacino get raced to grand central station. You got that incredible shot in the escalator. I mean that whole sequences amazing the subway cars chasing the cars amazing. Then just to kill as well think of untouchables. What's the best thing of untouchables when the baby carriages going down the steps to slow motion? Which of course nod to the Odessa steps sequence in Sergei Eisenstein battleship Potemkin loves taking famous sequences famous movies and putting his own spin on them. That's reviews Roy so kind to him. Generally speaking I think in his later years it became a little bit too predictable. Fem fatale. Rebecca Romaine snake eyes with Nick Cage. Those just didn't work although raising Cain to me still has some moments with John. Lithgow Michael Blow at a Boston Globe dressed to kill as a nail biting seat squirming stylish murder mystery with a brain. Dave Care Chicago reader. Originality has never been a high value in the genre bound aesthetic of filmmaking but diploma cheapens. What he steals. There's my point there but in being a thief Roger Ebert Depalma's an artist of hitchcock stature. But he does earned the right to a comparison other go dressed to kill. Don't have you ever seen it Joe. A forty year anniversary of that movie. You know this is the the Palme blind spot that I have. I've never seen dressed to kill The cast it's looks great on it and you know me. I'm a big fan so I definitely will have to watch this. But did you catch the dressed to kill reference in adaptation? What he's talking about the twin brothers and he goes. Oh it's cybil meets dressed to kill. Donald SAYS I love dress to kill. It was great. Yeah he he goes. I love to kill until the Third Act dement and then that's not how it's pronounced. That's right dated great great one more by the way. I'm going to give dressed to kill. I'll give it three maple leafs like I said I was a little squirming at the end there but I did think it was enjoyable in various suspenseful all right one week before iron. We'd in depression era Albany. New York Erstwhile Baseball Star Francis. Phelan play by. Jack Nicholson has become an alcoholic vagabond. After guilt over accidentally killing his infant son led him to desert his family over the course of several days. The animals ready job to dirty bar to makeshift sleeping quarters. By Fellow Itinerant Drinkers Sometime Lover. Helen Archer played by Meryl Streep Together. They waxed nostalgic about their haunted. Pasts the review here from Ed Pot and is notable the Times if you enjoy Richard E Grant Melissa McCarthy as on the skids New Yorkers in Kenya ever forgive me here's an star your example of Hollywood poverty porn. It's adapted from a play which means that it feels little stilted at times but but I enjoyed it. I thought it had excellent performances. Jack Nicholson Meryl Streep both nominated for Kademi awards. Best actor best actress respectively a good supporting cast as well including Diane Venire member. Her and hate playing Pacino's wife Fred. Gwynne played the judge in my cousin. Vinny Tom Waits as rudy the famous singer he's Nat Nicholson's main accomplice. There's not a lot of meat on the bone but I thought the performances were very much lived in and felt authentic..
"Trial By Worms!"
"Worms bill the time and knock off that ridiculous noise. Dr Grant Overtake Dr Steve. Wondering you lighten up for a change instead of complaining. When are you join us in his own me he joined in? I would never do all right. Let me give it a shot. Okay great all you gotTa do is repeat what I say here. We go everyone. I sit alone in his jail. Time from zero. That awful smell. It is more news than you'd believe. Believe and it's coming from from blue very funny. You just go on into that floyd this entire messes your fault my fault. Yes if you had build your diamond. Space travel device to create new worm owes. Every time someone made a jump we never would have violated the words union contract and they never would've captured us well if you hadn't stolen the time and space travel device and made all those time and space jumps forcing us to chase after you. We wouldn't have created so many wearables. It's just sloppy science. Floyd US scientists have created a diamond space device that drill a score and made it spin backwards reversing the Earth's orbit and thereby going back in time. Oh Yeah you're right then ideas much better than mine. That's drill into the center of the Earth. Brilliant brilliant idea better than any of yours. I'll tell you one thing when my team is drilling to the center of the Earth They Will Sidley not be wearing your cockamamie solar-powered mining helmets. They find that poor guy. You sent a little my inventions Dr Steve. Hey doctors please. This fighting is getting US nowhere. Why can't you guys just get along chips and figure over on the far corner of the Cell Gypsum fidget are sitting huddled together telling each other Joe Reba look? They're they're stuck together like a peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich. I guess you're right Dr Grant. I'm sorry I snapped at you and I'm sorry that I belittled your inventions floyd. We're going to need to work together to get out of this mess. You're right. We need to think of a way to escape these worms with. I have an idea. We can drill into the floor here and create a tunnel do escaping right drill out of here in straight into the space stream. Why do all of your ideas have to do with drilling this? Arguing isn't getting US anywhere. Dr Floyd user ridiculous Doctor Grant Grant are floyd not your grand talk to Steve. I'm sorry I just wanted to hear bio name. Continue with your argument. You can just be quite the king. We'll see you now. I hear villains are led down a long corridor that opens into a beautifully ornate throne room at the head of the room sits a giant time space worm with a large crowd. This is his Royal Majesty Schwartzchild King of the time and Space Work Rosen. I'm ready for the next case. Your Majesty I hereby call the case of the versus the crews of the duct floyd time and space ship at the doctor Steve Ship of evil. Very well What are the charges? Go Highness these five. Criminals have violated. How Union contract that states that the time and space worms are the only creatures who may make wormholes in the time and space. What is this true? Unfortunately yes you're I have Usually the right here and he can testify to that fact. Just short human comes walking into the throne room. He is a great headman in a smart business. Suit that looks like it's from the nineteen seventies. He approaches the king bows and then starts talking to Him Majesty. These beings have definitely violated several union contracts. They've made numerous way malls throughout the time and space stream without permission or appointments and as a union leader reads off the list of charges. Dr Grant Leans over to talk to. Who is that guy? He looks familiar for some reason what I'd be. You know what that looks a little bit like Jack. Nicholson Dr Grant. Jimmy Hoffa Jimmy Hoffa. Yeah he was a famous union leader. Who became president of the teamsters in nineteen fifty? Seven later was convicted of trying to bribe. A grand. Jury was sentenced to jail for ten years. You only served about four years and then President Nixon community sentence as long as you didn't participate in the Union for ten years Wacky Nixon. Oh wait I remember now. Isn't he the guy that disappeared in? Nineteen Seventy Five. Jimmy HOFFA DISAPPEARED. And no one knew. Where he wins. I guess we answered that question. The worms must have taken him into the time and space dream and made him their union leader. No wonder violence now. I am a fair king and even though the high chancellor has warned me not to do so I will allow you criminals to speak which one of you is responsible for your transgressions. Oh he is. He's the one who invented the time and space travel device. No this isn't my
Who’s Hosting the Oscars in 2020? No One.
"Talk about where the Oscars stand right now. First of all they came really quickly. This was a very short season a truncated season Monday morning at five eighteen. Am Pacific difficult getting those nominations and the show starts on February ninth. which is I think the shortest season in history? If I'm not mistaken which is really odd considering when you think we'd be elongating. These things over time to get it more content out of them but the academy decided earlier run time one week after the Super Bowl and we got some information this week first of all no host officially confirmed by the academy. How are you feeling about host? I feel great about this. There was no host last year. Yes it went fine. I thought the show was perfectly clean and the ratings were up and we got a good telecast so the running back now. I don't think that the show needs a host. I do think inc.. This means that the show's ratings will go down. You think it's a cause and effect from the no host rather than the fact that it's twenty twenty and no one watches live television login anymore. I think that that is certainly a factor and maybe a much bigger factor than the host. But I need to point out that last year. Think of all the panic and anxiety and emergency emergency podcast. We had to do because Kevin Hart was the host but then he wouldn't apologize and then he wasn't the host anymore and there was a popular Oscar and there was not a popular Oscar and there was all of this energy around the Academy Awards right now. I think there's actually a lot of energy around movies which is good. We're in a great time for movies. In nineteen seventeen win at the Globes and it's opening wide died in theaters is another time where another great film has hit theaters and people are fired up about going to the movies. That's all great. It's not great for an award show though because there's no ooh tension around what's going on other than who's going to win well counterpoint. There is a lot of attention tension around. WHO's GonNa win and and we'll talk more about that but I do think it'll be an interesting race? You pointed out there. A lot of excitement about movies and particularly a lot of movies that are nominated. And you know this is just a theory. But maybe if there's less hubbub or like dragged out controversy around the ceremony itself then people are just like like Oh the Oscars. Should I watch that. I don't know anything about you know. Maybe you're grabbing people in a moment of enthusiasm instead of fatigue I saw. There's someone on twitter. Make a suggestion which I thought was very clever now. I personally believe that when you have a year like this in which the movies are good in the racist interesting. But there isn't that anxiety that we're describing you need a host because the host creates narrative all his own are all her own. Someone suggested after seeing Will Ferrell present an award Wilford might be the best awards awards presenter in the history of awards because it feels like everything is he's doing is occurring to him in real time. which is the opposite of most people? Were just reading off a teleprompter but what if will ferrell was just the a Co presenter of every award and we just shuttled out a new person you know. Here's Meryl Streep and Feral you know. Here's here's Jack. Nicholson and Will Ferrell. Here's Isla Fisher and Will Ferrell. Let's keep bringing all these random. Does you know Chris Evans and welfare would have chemistry with all of them. He wouldn't be the quote unquote host. But he would just have to riff in in one hundred eighty second bites because what you're looking for as continuity a little bit of continuity of clarity a little bit of like what will this be like a little bit of anticipation in order for an narrative for sure and a name to stay like Will Ferrell is the Co host of the core pilot. Sure I love Will Ferrell. And he's probably ably wanted to comedians that I actually fat so I I would be open to that but I think that idea is a more specific version of large idea which is the ah the presenters are always the fun part. That's actually always the thing. At the end of the night where like what were the highlights of the Oscars besides the awards. And it's someone or a pair of people who had three minutes and they they made it work and what I like about the no host option is that it dispenses with the the monologue and all of the the creaky machinery and actually does give you the option of just let the presenter shine how do you think the show should open this year. Didn't we had a musical number last year. If I recall why was it a musical. It wasn't Queen With Adam. Lambert and performance of we are the champions God. I had blocked that. No I didn't until this moment. I think two years ago maybe mistake committing two years ago we had a justin timberlake performance opening it up a song for minions remember that wondering why the Oscars are seemingly always in peril. That's how they opened the show. The last two years not ideal totally blocked these out of my memory. It's like they don't happen I think that they should not start with a song this year. Talking to hear Houston believe it or not. Well I think that similar to in practice if maybe not an execution Emmy's it if years years ago where they had a bunch of people come out to the host And they did do a musical number and it was a little bit tongue in cheek about diversity. In a way that I didn't totally love love but get a bunch of famous people on stage to start because that's that that is. That's the thing that I want to borrow okay. So maybe it's maybe not nominees but presenters or just people you like to see. I'm sure you could get the. We always come back to the rock but like you can get him on for two minutes. I don't know put the endgame cast on. What do I
‘Chinatown’ Prequel Series in Development at Netflix From David Fincher, Robert Towne
"A prequel series to the classic film Chinatown is in early development at Netflix sources have confirmed reports David Fincher and Robert Towne the film's writer art catch to pen the script were poorly focus on the exploits of a young at JJ get is a during his early days as a private investigator of the film was released back in nineteen seventy four star Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway Nicholson plays get is who's originally high to expose an adulterer but becomes embroiled in a much
Stephen King's Doctor Sleep
"Doctor sleep are you familiar with this one yes is the follow up to the shiny as a sequel to the shining stars your McGregor is a grown up version of Jack Nicholson Nicholson psychics and Danny forty years after escaping the overlook hotel you still struggling with the trauma of that night I actually stopped using alcohol to suppress his abilities he gets the doctor sleep nickname while using his powers to help dying patients passed peacefully the Parker said the book wasn't very good but I don't know the movies always tender really impressed look I love you McGregor I guys the guy yeah
Ten Years, Seventeen Years And Twenty Three Years discussed on Z Morning Zoo
"That they've created a new blood test that can predict if someone's going to die in the next ten years well yeah no I don't it's a new blood test that is what they call incredibly accurate at predicting when someone's going to die the test analyzes your blood it looks looks for risk signs and it predicts whether you're going to die in the next five to ten years ready for the scariest part it's eighty percent accurate I don't I don't think I could do that which means if it tells you you've got less than ten years left it's probably right and the team is it done they said quote we see this as a foundation not as an end point in other words they think they can tweak his blood tests to be able to tell anybody how much longer they have to live the question is and you think you've already answered this would you want to know all if they said let me do a test on you real quick when I come back and it's like how much longer you have to live if you want to know I don't think not for me because then I would live every day knowing I'm a day closer I mean it even though I already know yeah but I would just list that's all it would consume me able to enjoy my life it would change the way you did everything you know I think about how I am going to die I can tell you that like little things in my life now like when I leave the house to go to the gym or something after I'm playing with mia when I drive to go to the job I feel incredibly guilty yeah like I feel like that dad used back closer and I know the way good job of trying to get some exercise and hope to keep my blood pressure down so I can live longer so I can have more time my daughter what what if you find out you're gonna die anyways would you still I think the bigger question is if you found out you were going to die let's see you take this test and the doctor says you have ten years to live would you there's two options here you go well can I change that can I start eating better can I change my diet my workout regimen to extend that well then there's the other side of the car you go well if I would be dead in ten years I'm live in every day like as I am I am taken that trip hi asking her out I am spending that money I am whatever you want to do this would be a great movie yeah I think someone new the day they're going to die like they found was the last holiday with Queen Latifah sort of like that here so that we do here it was kinda like that she thought she got a death prognosis and so she did do the whole living it like it's your last did the skydiving that there is that other one with the bucket list staying in the bowl of those called the bucket list with Jack Nicholson so would you live it would you live it like it was your last but if there is different they tell you had a year versus ten years they tell you got ten years it's not like you live every day like it's your last because it's not you got ten whole years now some people are bringing up the plant will what about car accidents and such your blood can't predict when you're gonna die in a crack is true yeah so it could be it but I guess they're testing it to see if something in you is going to cause you to die of a heart attack a stroke in in your resemble something there's some genetic thing yeah that is going to get you catch up to you at some point in your life I got I work I just do not think I would want to know I'm like with you I do not now and not think I would want to know when it when it now if they say that they expand this says right now it says they can tell you with the next five to ten years of you're not gonna make any thieves accurate but they said they would expand the test where they could give you a blood test and they could tell you they give you a number you have twenty three years US seventeen years left he says I would cry all these millions I would be angry and then I would be like how do I make it longer that's what I would be like I would not do the whole well the only I'm only got seventeen years left I wanna be like I would be fighting every day to make it more than seventeen years but we should be doing that already we should be putting down those potato chips or are not eating all those bad foods and everything but we still do it
Peter Fonda, Star Of Easy Rider, Died At The Age Of 79
"Peter Fonda died over the weekend I've done on Fridays on the Los Angeles he was seventy nine he starred in the film easy rider is father Henry Fonda is older sister Hanoi Jane both from Holly weird but Peter Fonda of course another it was on the big liberal like many of those so family makes their but again he also a member was are also starred costar Naseer writer Dennis Hopper that is off right it was his costar of Chuck room he was in the sequel EZ wider also Jack Nicholson was in that yes he won't say he stole the now you know the
Peter Fonda, "Easy Rider" star, dies at 79
"Peter fonda as we remember him. The son of hollywood royalty the brother and father or of hollywood royalty and easy rider for an entire woodstock generation gone today at the age of seventy nine so our friend michael beschloss remains remains with us michael talk about the anniversary and today's loss well at our sympathies to peter fonda family obviously but it's almost else's of the stars came together to give us a message because on this weekend you have the sad death of peter fonda as you said the beginning of the fiftieth anniversary anniversary of the woodstock fair upstate new york and also this is a month after the premiere of easy rider with peter fonda and dennis hopper and jack nicholson that that great counterculture film all of which suggests to me the question was nineteen sixty eight sixty nine was that a time when america was more divided than it is in two thousand nineteen and i would say yes that was a time of an ugly war in vietnam a division between the generations that ran through absolutely every american household and anyone who despairs about a time when america is divided. I think has to go back to a moment like august of nineteen sixty nine fifty years ago to see how quickly we were able able to overcome it and how much d._n._a. Of the united states draws us together in the end. I would never bet against the united states in our ability to bring our our people together
"jack nicholson" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"So it was actually kind of a lot of fun. And of course, your seven went. I mean, how many years did jump Harry play? I could probably look that up. But the trade was was a second round pick and John Barry for the immortal Ogden who I just saw Philly last week. Anyway, I'm way off topic. But so John barren is standing there. And he goes, let's go to Jack Nicholson. I I am not going to do that. I don't know him. I like my favorite actor. But I don't know me. There's no no come on. Let's go over and I'm like, I'm not doing this. And he's like come on. So we did said hi to Jack Nicholson, and I'm like saying like you're thinking, what can I say that's different than everybody else. So I started. Talking about the movie, the pledge did you guys ever seen the pledge? I bet you believe this night. Jackie had no way all one night. Yeah. But did you guys know the ledge that movie, I'm not I'm not here for ever? Okay. The reason you never heard of it is because it's the darkest most horrific movie, I mean in terms of darkness that maybe Jack Nicholson ever made. And it was it was wondered why he did it and he plays this caught that's about to retire. But there's a woman whose daughter was murdered any promises to find the killer. So he befriends this other woman even kind of falls in love with her and she has a young daughter, and he has her dress advisor address and everything to look just like the girl that this this killer like seems to like the kill. I mean, it was brutal that he did this. He used this beautiful little girl to try to catch a murderer. Anyway, I won't ruin the whole movie. But at the end, Jack Nicholson goes mad, and I watched this. I watched this when I was like I had sprained my ankle plan in my stupid old lady, and I was lying at home. And I watched this movie and. Kept me up for like nights afterwards. He gave me nightmares, which is what I told him. And he said to me that movie was bad said. No, it wasn't a city were outstanding. You scare the credit? He goes who was gonna watch that movie. It was so bad. He said we had to do it that way because we bought the rights to the book, and we had to follow the book from start to finish. So that's how much I picked the worst movie like the Jack Nicholson ever did. And that's what I chose to talk about probably not my finest moment. Now, why people wanna play no way because often they make bets with. Without with six year long bets with with parking deck owners an-and LA. They take selfies with snoop and talk about movies with Jack Nicholson, this is why I wanna play in LA right there. Although although I'm just gonna tell collective. I'm just going to tell the wall bergh's regular regulars in Boston. So it's not. You're going to say I just want to tell you that I had dinner with Tom Cruise after the game. I'm not trying to brag. But I am kind of become buddies with a Houston rapper trae the truth. I mean, I don't know if he's on snoop Dogg's level still. Traces summit Nome. I hang out with two chains whenever I see him to change this as religious that the Mavericks game that next to to Cuban I beyond I didn't know who he was just by site. Then I was told and then I watch we live, but I tweeted T W chains instead of numeral two was influencing, correct. And but look I follow a piece dial. So. What does it say? T W. You still single digits king was there to Regina king was there too. But I did not approach her in any way, shape or form to talk before you reduce them. I slept. I the introductions for me have gotten a lot more casual since we ban. My theme song, which is still. I know. Well, I wanted to do. Vetted anymore. I wanted to do a more grandiose theme..
"jack nicholson" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"I don't know if it's just, you know, Jack Nicholson or if or if it was an intentional kind of subtlety of the the hotel like right strangling him, you know, it's and having their their hold on him. They could just be him. Because I know I tried to look and see if he had just a redneck later. It seem seemed. Like, it Brown just seemed very the way stand that Kubrick, the shoots, I felt like it might have might have been a little bit of a subtle hint of the hotels power, and as he falls deeper and deeper into into madness. But I could just be, you know, saying nonsense. He does kind of go in and out of it though. Because when we see him talking to Grady in the bathroom. Yeah. And you mentioned that line earlier where he says, you know, you've always been the caretaker I've always been here. Jack starts to question him. He's like, no you killed your family. So he is in that moment, at least aware that he seeing someone he shouldn't be saying is like, I know for fact that you are dead. Whereas with Lloyd he doesn't really know that and with the young attractive woman. I don't know what he was thinking in that moment, if you know who who could have snuck onto the hotel. Property without him noticing and going up and getting a key to a room, and you know, running a bath and everything like that. And even noticed after after that scene. You know, he's freaking out and fleeing the room and everything, but when he goes back to Wendy, and she's like, well, did you find anything? He's like no right now. Everything's fine. There is nothing like completely unfazed. And I'm like is is he just trying to see in complete denial of what he saw is. He purposely lying to you know, to keep her from from being freaked out or guilt about what just happened. I feel like it could maybe be a mix of everything. But it's interesting how he was completely like horrified in that in that moment. But then when he's back it's just like completely snapped to normalcy. As if nothing happened, and maybe it's power of the hotel that maybe it's controlling his memory emotion in that way. And only seating him the madness when when they need it. And then pulling it back when because I think at that point Wendy in. Has already wanted to get Danny out of the hotel and Jack freaked out about that idea and completely shuts down, and that's clearly, you know, his his manic behavior with the with the hotel. You know, it's if Danny and Wendy get out of there. He can't kill them. And so I it's it's it's interesting as you said he kinda has these ups and downs and snaps back into it and is completely aware of what's going on. And then in other in other moments just seems like just seems like he has no idea and hasn't experienced anything. Yeah. One of the last things I want to talk about here before we get into final thoughts and everything are the differences from the book because you know, the final maybe twenty thirty minutes of the movie veer allot from how the book ends. And it's one of those things where you know, they added in the Grady daughters, and they. You weren't part of the book, which is still very confusing to me. It's one of those things where you're like, oh, you have to sit back and think about the fact that they became so icon ick because of the movie not because they were part of the book, and you know, obviously, Stephen King has his issues with this movie because it doesn't follow the book quite as well as he was hoping which is why we then have a different shining years later, which talked about at some point down on this podcast is quite a big gap between the two though. But I haven't seen that one yet. I haven't either I just bought it though. So it will happen eventually. Yeah, it's interesting like you said the like with the twins the even after even after reading the book like it is hard to separate the two because it just feels like they should be a part of it. Because I read the book I wanna say last year, and I remember even shortly after reading it maybe only been like a couple of weeks or something and someone was saying to me like, oh, how is the book?.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Another way of putting. It's like him in like a Chinatown ask mill you. But he's playing like a five easy pieces type of asshole signing, these different types of things, you know. And then once he goes into joker. It doesn't feel like he's being too protective of his brand. But he's also bringing everything you want out of the idea, Jack Nicholson is the juice movie is very well constructed like that all you need he falls into the VAT of joker chemicals. Whatever all you. Need the surgery seem you don't even see his face his laughter. The way that stage. I don't see that scene is phenomenal. Right. You know? You know? And no point does he need to give any more monologues. Or explain anything about why he suddenly is buying a lot of like, no punching. Stunt casting done. Right. The characterization flowers, Jack Nicholson. The sure. Cool. I know everything I need to know about this. No, totally. It's Jack Nicholson and bam. Got it turns into the joker. You're like I understand the things that are being mutated by this. I do kind of love like people complained when this movie came out that they gave the joker too much of like a clear back story, and alter ego and original identity because they've always been vague about that in the comic book, this is a definite from a comic book. Yes. There are lots of old batmans where they'd be like a nets the origin of the joker. And they'd always change five years later. Someone else would be like I don't want to do one. And he Joe guards story like there's just a lot of them getting killing joke like gets into his backstory, which was apparently a Bertrand, right? Those I've heard to say those are the other two things over the ten years of development is when killing joke happened and dark. Knight returns happens. They were able to go into studios with those books with Tim Burton has previous films and go like, can you see how this would all fit together? But I also like that because every different take on joker. Rewrite says backstory, it becomes like the the bit in dark night where he keeps on rewriting his own back story where like none of them have any claim to being definitive, and they all become these different versions of what could have produced a guy like this. But yeah, I mean, it's very simple. You know, he gets thrown in the VAT like in the first twenty minutes, also bama's not really in the first twenty minutes that much. No, you see him. He shows up one time and says, I'm Batman right, which is an incredible sequence. Because up until the point where he liked drops in the background. You think you've watched Bruce Wayne's childhood? And that's the moment of the turn those thugs who are like weirdly kinda like methy. A little messed all messed up, but they're very like eighties. Gutter? Punk messed. Also, they have a whole like bayton switch that. They do. They've got a whole routine leading him down this this alleyway. Yeah. And then like Keating lands comes into frame and just like fucking owns it. Did you guys I re-watch this like four times last night? That's an exaggeration. I really this like eight times last night. Do you? Remember Michael Keaton monologue from when he hosted us now the last time for man. No, no, it's really good..
Book excerpt: Michael Caine's "Blowing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Lessons in Life"
"And in life, and you might have guessed it. The new book is called blowing the bloody doors off, Michael. Join Tom power from studio in London today. Right into it. Sir. Michael caine? Welcome to Q. Thank you very much. I'm so blowing the doors off is a book full of advice. And some of it is from you directly. Some of it is advice you've received over the years. Can you tell me about the advice? You got from John Wayne when you ran into him at the Beverly Hills hotel. Yeah. Yeah. He I just by Alfie, and I was in in in in Hollywood with nothing to do. I was going to a movie we Shirley, MacLaine it. She was late coming there. And I didn't know anybody so used to sit in the lobby looking for movie saws spotted John Wayne, and he was registered in a hotel Luca be said to be what's your name? K I said Michael Caine he said in that movie Alfie, and he said you got to be a star kid. So should thank you. Thanks very much. They said let me give you some advice. I should. Okay. Yeah. Fine months. He said, we talk talk low talk slow and does say too much. And he looked down at my shoes knows worry suede shoes. And he said a never wear suede shoes. He said never wear suede shoes. I said why not? He said because I just told you you're going to be famous you're going to be a stock it. He said you're going to be taken a p in the jets toilet demand. Next year is going to recognize your turn it. So Michael Cain is gonna pay all over your shoes. So don't wait. What a thing. It must be to have John Wayne tell you you're going to be a star. Hey was stunned in Hollywood. When I went there because I'd been a film fan on my life. But to actually go there and made them, you know, it was amazing. John Wayne is very kind to you. He gives you advice, even near death. Right. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, my wife had pen to scientists and she was in hospital visitor. John Wayne was dying in the next room. And we used to walk up and down the corridor. You were pajamas and addressing gown in a cowboy hat in a hospital. He was dying. You know, and he said never worry about dying cages get on with your life. Just do what you wanna do because we're all gonna die. You know that I said, yes. Yes. John. And we say good bye. And I never saw him again. That's beautiful. That's an amazing story. There's a piece of acting advice that I really loved that you come to a few times in the book. So you're playing a drunk on stage the very beginning of your career. Oh, yeah. I would imagine playing a drunken stage like you would hiccuping and stumbling around, but you get a piece of advice and a piece of direction that you really think shaped your work forever. Right. Oh, I did it. I was in first little theatre version is a stage actor I was playing a drunk. We were rehearsing and came on and started in and said, wait a minute. My what are you doing? I said we'll drunkenness and he said, no, he said, you know, proper drunk a drunk is a man who is trying to speak, clearly and walk straight. You are an actor who's trying to mumble a book crooked and the other one he said to me a little later I seen in a play where I had to cry. And so I was crying. And then again, he stopped me said, what are you doing? I said we're not crying in. He said you're supposed to be a man crying. When a man cries. He will do anything not to cry. You are an actor who's doing anything to try cry. You said you got to run you go to run. And so he told me movie acting in two sentences. It feels like it's it's a much harder. What is required then what you originally doing? And it's almost like you have to act mostly inside of you. Oh, yeah. You you do I mean one of the things you gotta remember when you're rehearsing some some when I was in the theater is to look in the mirror Beethoven rehearsed. You know, an experienced tech said to me said never look at the mirror said never let anyone read the lines your lines back at you to rehearse. He said because you've got to remember when you hear the lines is conversation in a movie, that's the first time you ever heard that man say that. But you just got to know the answer to what he say. That's that's so fascinating. You talk about how you use real incidents from your life as an actor. For example, you use it dark memory from your childhood during World War Two when you want to conjure up h I should be clear. You you grew up in London. During World War Two. Tell me a little bit more about that. Oh, yeah. I was I'm a Londoner six when the war started and twelve when it ended, but I was evacuated a lot of the time. So. I was very lucky because the blitz wasn't continuous. There was always gaps because he they used to change the weapons, you know, to be it'd be incendiary for a while. A. Hi, explosives doodle bugs. And then the last one which will be the most worst one with the rockets. Well, it's an interesting point because you talk about using your experience as a soldier in Korea. When you want to feel fear as an actor. But is that a strange feeling being aware that you need to keep in touch with some of the most traumatic moments in your life in order to do your craft. Oh, yeah. I have an incident. I've never told anybody, including my wife, you've been married forty seven years what I do to make me cry. I think of something in my life, and I burst into tears it. It was so. And it wasn't even horrible or terrible. It was just very very sensitive. That's all I thought you were about to tell me just then now never told us. So. If I wanna be able to do it. But you know, what I mean, it's it's it's a funny thing in order to access this part of your craft. You actually do have to relive most most people would like to bury those away forever. Wait, I'm Stanislavsky method actor you you have to live on what happened in your life. What do you think growing up during the war did for you as an actor? It taught me every experience did you can feel right through a great joy and terrible agony an extreme fear. You know, it was it was terrible agony when the war. Started extreme fear all the way through an incredible joy when it finished. And so everything was in the extreme. I remember someone has a reporter said what what was it about? Oh, you guys in the sixties. But it was is people like me. I was the oldest of the sixties was born in the depression in the thirties. Six to twelve hours in a war. When I was eighteen I sent me defy in Korea. You know, when I got home the fifties in London rationing was still on the place was like a morgue vizo roads. And we were burning coal for heating. So smug every day every single day. There was smoke and disgusting place to be and then when we got to the sixties Khrushchev said, we have an atom bomb. You've got four minutes to live. So I suppose we also got formulas to live. We might as well have a good times. I always say that's how the sixties happened. We all had a fabulous time. Let's funny Roger Daltry from the who. And he said the same thing. He said he grew up with rations. He grew up. He said it made him grow up very short. So when time came that he could live life. He wanted to do as much as he could. But we've all exactly the same and the sixties wasn't mastered by anybody nobody thought of it while it was going on. Nobody wrote about. About it was only written about it was just thousands and thousands of working class. People said I've had enough we went we went out. And did what we wanted to do. The thing about the sixties. Everybody I met who is completely unknown became famous. I remember I was sharing. A fact we my friend Terence stamp, and he had a brother, and I was sitting with him. And I said, what do you want to do with your life? He said I'm going to be a music manager. I said, oh, really, you know, tell hoopla is going to be, you know, twenty year old company boy, ill educated and everything. Would never wait. You went to grammar school. Yeah. Yeah. So I said, oh, yeah. Well, good luck. Forgot about it. He said. My mate, we're going to be we've found an act last night. I said, oh, really what was it cold? He said to who. And I found in a pub I finished because he died recently, Chris Christine. But he died very successful and wealthy, man. Do you feel like the whole class thing, isn't as isn't as heavy as it was. When you first started. Oh my God. No, no, no, no. It's still there. But it has no power. I mean, nobody takes any notice of any judge because there are so or something even you know, take. Anyway, I didn't know whether to call you, sir. Now, everybody goes re Michael doug- used the title. So the book is called blowing the doors off Michael Caines Serb, sir. Michael Caine with. No alright. This book is about the lessons you learned throughout your career. So we've talked a little bit about the sixties, and and you coming up and breaking through and becoming this huge success. What I also find interesting is the later stages so in the nineties, you were looking at retiring from films altogether and your credit Jack Nicholson for bringing back from retirement, right? Yeah. Yeah. That's right. I when when is about sixty sixty one or something like that, I got a script producer send it back. So I don't want to do it. The part was too small, and he send it back saying I did want you to read the lover of what did you read the father? And so I suddenly realized up of a lover anymore. If you're going to be a movie star, you gotta get the girl. You know? Now, I'm going to be the father to go to hell with it. So every tired, and I went to Miami department and spend the Miami in the winter in Miami are stayed in London as well. But I had had a restaurant in London restaurant in in in Miami. And that was a success. And I wrote my autobiography at the end of my career, which was called the elephant to Hollywood because I come from a place in London, cool the elephant and castle. So I thought that was a good elephant to Hollywood. And so they're right in my book, and Jack meatless Lewisham is living the way man paint, we became friends and. Suddenly one day kind of got a script. He says it good good partner for you. You say. I live with blood and wine, and it was a very it wasn't a starring pie. Obviously Jack was the star. So I thought well, I'll do this is very good. I'm what I'd done is. I'd I'd made a mistake every tiring too soon. You know, because I went on to begin the second Academy Award for decide to house rules.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"But the particular documents these particular documents focus on Carlos Marcello weren't there are also two assassination plans that were warranted. Because Kennedy never went to Tampa in Chicago. They heard I I've seen that. Yeah. I'm Frank wasn't involved in in any of that does. He was not involved. The thanks Ray. Let's go to first time. Caller, J truck driving in West Virginia. Hi J. Welcome to the show. Well, thanks, very interested in this topic. And I think we'd be doing a disservice to Mr. Hof f we left him one dimensional and just what his relationship with LA Cosa Nostra. And when we hear these stories we never hear about why he got involved with the mob and why he turned to the mob as muscle and this goes back World War Two coming out. There was a huge strike wave and forty six. And the business leaders couldn't accept this. So on forty seven. There was a law passed called path, partly which really tied the hands of organized labor, and Mr. Hoffa was an incredible organizer before he ever got involved with the mob, but he turned to the mob because hands of organized labor were tied in such a way that made it nearly impossible to move forward. And he took a shortcut, and he can't be absolved of of that sin, but he turned to them because of what was happening in labor law. I think you're right. Jay, go ahead, Charles. Well, we're we're French you're alive today. He'd be applauding what you're saying. Frank was himself a very sincere. Labour leader. Any any worship heartfelt worship the good? That happened did for the union and for the working people of the country. I mean Hoffa in in a fiber called Jack Nicholson playoff in a movie. Yes. He did a movie called Hoffa. Yeah. Danny devito is his right hand man or something like that. Yards from told me that his depiction of offer. Jack, Nicholson's depiction of was very very good. Yeah. Good authentic. He's a great. And I remember Hoffa soliciting the mob through Jack Nicholson in the movie because he needed muscle to get tough with some of the owners of these companies. Well, that's why he that's why he hired Frank. That's why he said the Frank I heard you paint houses, by the way, Charles when your movie comes out on the street when you're movie comes out the next year come back on and bring Bobby deniro for a little bit. And let's let's get you back on. During the making of this movie, I've become close the bobbin Marty. And and the screenwriters seems alien I'll be back in Los Angeles in about a month where I spent half my time. So we'll let's let's do that. And I'd love to get dinner near on the show with you. That'd be fun. Great actor, by the way. How did how did score Stacey find him for this apart? Well, actually, it was Bob that found the the the book really what somebody had given it to him to read he fell in love with it. He gave it to the screenwriter Steve's alien who's won the Oscar for Schindler's List. Read valium said damn this should be your next book your next movie, rather. And and I'm Bob already knew that. You're right. That's why I gave it to you to rate. You couldn't always Pacino in the movie too. Scorsese fell in love with. So this is this is going back. Some this is two thousand seven one. When Bob I discovered gosh, they've been at it that long. Oh, yeah. That's Pacino is going to be an to. Chino is going to play Jimmy Hoffa. Yep. And the Joe patchy is gonna play muscle buff Lino, the mafia boss Bob is gonna play the Irishman. Frank sheeran? It's quite a cast. And I'm very unusual. Unusually deep talented. I thought back in seventy five when the FBI started investigating this Detroit Charles that they were doing a really thorough job. I mean, all the players that they had at the grand jury are in your book, you know, all the people glad you said that because I I normally say when I give a talk or I'm on an interview I normally say that the FBI figuring it out. Bob, Garrity figured it out. They just didn't know who get what exactly they moved from informant that Tony Giacolone was involved..
"jack nicholson" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"We were off the wall. I mean, bobbin Burt and Jack Nicholson and and James Frawley out of second city, you're of EMMY award when he's still around James for all. Of course, we'd love to get him on this show. He directed many. If not most of the the great episodes funny man, he was brought in early times to teach us improv. And I remember little I'd never done improv is is a, you know, actor guy. It was like throw the ball back and forth and do the thing. And you you're the, you know, you're this, and you're that and make up some I was always very uncomfortable with with improv and still am I you know, drew is is asked me number times in the old days. And people said, oh, come on drew Carey's on this show is he did. And and and I know all of them, and I'm chicken shit. I just I just don't know any of those skills. I I've never trained in them. I can you know have a couple of glasses of wine in a bar and be really funny. But if you say. Okay. Three two one hit it like Ryan. And they're great. I can't gifted I. So so I can't say to you. Okay. You're a funder, and it's a musical. One. Going to be one of those. And yet your dad work with Jerry twice home where the win. Go..
The newest additions to the US National Film Registry
"The library of congress will it's national film registry. Adding more classic films. USA radio's Chris Barnes reports. Now from Washington DC as the registry turns thirty among the twenty five films added this year, the nineteen sixty eight documentary Monterey pop. Also, nineteen sixty four is my fair lady the shining, featuring Jack Nicholson's terrifying performance. Here's johnny. Disney's animated feature Cinderella nineteen ninety three's Jurassic Park in nineteen eighty seven's broadcast news, he personifies everything that you've been fighting against. I'm in love with you. You like that? I buried the lead
Keeping Secrets Makes Life Harder, Emotions Change Your Perception of Time
"Today. You'll learn how keeping secrets can literally weigh you down. How we knew the earth rotates before we had space travel, and how your emotions can alter your perception of time with satisfy some curiosity. Do you have a secret? Here's a fun fact, according to a two thousand seventeen study the average person has around thirteen secrets and five of them will never come out to anyone. The researchers say that it isn't the number of secrets you keep that really matters, though, it's the burden of those secrets and the real effects. They have on you. Glad I don't have to deal with this. You don't have any secrets or do. I you'll never know. Do you know, I I feel like I need to have more secrets if you like that would be good for me to just like stop telling people everything, according to this research that may not be the case this study out of Columbia business school showed that when a subject thought about their secrets they actually acted as if they were burdened by physical wait this happened. Even on the subject wasn't hiding a particular secret at that moment. There's more research to back this up a twenty twelve study showed that quote, people who recalled were preoccupied with or suppressed an important secret estimated hills to be steeper perceived distances to be farther indicated that physical tasks would require more effort and were less likely to help others with physical tasks, unquote. So even if you're not actively hiding a secret everything could be harder just by thinking about it. The recent paper notes that our minds are constantly trying to resolve issues or reach goals that we haven't achieved yet. But. Here's the thing. A secret is a goal that can never be accomplished that leaves one solution. Just don't think about your secret. Hopefully, someday in the near future, researchers will figure out the secret to doing just that we know the earth rotates, but if you've ever wondered how we figured that out before space travel, you can thank a thirty two year old med school dropout from France. See it turns that you can accomplish great things. Even if you like Ashley, and you can't handle the sight of blood, right? That's why he dropped out of medical school. And he didn't have any formal science training. He's basically my mail French twin from a couple of hundred years ago, I'm talking about John Bernard Leone Fuko he was born in Paris in eighteen nineteen and after he left med school. He got a job as a lab assistant and did some pretty cool science stuff. But his biggest accomplishment might have been figuring out. How to prove that the earth rotates? Now rotation wasn't a brand new idea over the centuries Galileo and a lot of other scientists had proposed the idea that the. The earth was rotating not the heavens, but they were typically put to death or imprisoned for their heretical views. Fortunately, most educated people cited with Galileo and his ilk by the time Fuko was around and in January of eighteen fifty one Phooko figured out how to show the effects of the earth's rotation the Fuko pendulum. Here's how it works. Imagine. You're standing on the North Pole, and you have a super tall pendulum swinging from side to side tracing its path in a pile of sand as the earth turns beneath the pendulum the pendulum will keep swinging in its original direction, irrespective of the ground beneath it that means that over the course of a twenty four hour day, the path of the pendulum would look like it's shifting bit by bit until it had drawn a line at every degree of three hundred sixty degrees circle the pendulum swinging side to side, it's the earth that's moving beneath it that proves that the earth rotates who co calculated the sign law to figure out how many degrees the pendulum would rotate in. Twenty four hour period in different places in the world, including Paris where it would turn two hundred seventy degrees in one day. I first demonstration to the public. He hung a sixty two pound brass Bob from two hundred twenty foot long wire and let it swing through a thin layer of sand on the marble floor of the Paris observatory today, you can see full-scale Fuko pendulums at museums and universities all over the world there a great reminder of how a little curiosity and confidence can lead to earth turning discoveries. Speaking of rotation. Today's episode is sponsored by MOVA Globes spelt, M O VA their Globes that rotate by themselves MOVA, Globes rotate using technology. That's the first of its kind no batteries. No cords, just rotating Globes. Powered by ambient light. I have a MOVA globe of Mars on my desk at work and it just fascinates everybody. Who walks by? It's definitely moving. I love looking in the corner of my eye your desk and just seeing. Yes, there is a constantly rotate. Getting globe. You certainly don't need to cope pendulum to measures rotation. I don't have to turn it on or off. It just doesn't thing. 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That felt like it lasted forever greed question. Many. Here's the short answer MRI based research suggests that time isn't tracked by just one part of our brain. Instead the job is shared across a large network of neural areas. That might explain why so many different things can change. How we experience time passing by? There are a few things that make time fly. And if you things that make time crawl so here, a few examples, we all know, the time flies when you're having fun. But time also flies when you're in the zone. There's a thing in positive psychology called flow state, which is when you're fully engaged in doing something with a complete focus and maximum energy. This could be if you're an artist painter or musician or writer, but it can also apply to anything you're passionate about. Whether it's coding accounting. Cooking, hyper, focus is a more passive version of flow state. And that's something has your attention. But it doesn't demand. A lot of effort thinks zoning out in front of your TV. It doesn't feel as good but time still flies now. Now, a few things might make time stand still one is when you're awestruck a twenty twelve study showed that watching an inspiring video made time feel like it was going slower than when people watched a happy video and Aw inspiring experience of being in nature can also slow time like walking in a forest versus walking in a major city. One more thing. That's lowest downtime is fear. Participants in twenty eleven study experienced time as slower even after they had finished watching a scene from the shining with Jack Nicholson, maybe take a horror flick on your next vacation and see what
Youve seen this movie before
"How did we get to the point where remakes and sequels and all sorts of iterations on existing franchises have become such an incredible percentage of all the entertainment created because I know that they've already existed, but this is twenty-seven seventeen top worldwide grosses at the box office Star Wars, the last Jedi beauty and the beast. The fate of the furious, which is sequel number seventy eight despicable me three Jumanji. Welcome to the jungle that is a sequel Spiderman homecoming, which is either a sequel or reboot it's both depending on depending on which way you want to look at it wolf warrior to number eight guardians of the galaxy volume two shirt number nine Thor ragnarok, number ten wonder woman. Yeah, that's global. That's the top ten movies all of them, a sequel or a reboot or in some cases both. So how did it become what changed in the industry that made this the predominant model rather than just like something that Disney might do every once in a while? There's a Cup. Of arguments. The the first argument is that it is more appealing to a studio to produce an existing property. A new version or sequel to something that people already know because it's easier to sell there's less resistance on every level. It's a thing. If you already know the thing, you're more likely to be interested in the thing. The other argument is that the mid range movie has disappeared which is where you used to see many more original concepts and they're either turning on Netflix now like new films from Nicole hall of center Tamara Jenkins, or what is the mid range movie. It would have been made for somewhere between it used to be twenty to sixty million. Now, it's five to twenty. It would have been a smallish film, usually a character study or historical drama that doesn't have battle scenes is about people in rooms or people in, you know, houses having lives and doing things that don't involve capes or murder and the mid range movie even those of mutated into stuff like bird box. The netflix. Which is opposed to puck elliptic thing. With Sandra Bullock walking through a forest. Blindfolded? Arrival would have been amid range movie actually seem screenwriter. Eric Heiser arrival would have been a mid range movie. But instead, it was a massive studio words contender because of what it turned out to be. But I think when they started it out it was going to be a smaller more intimate project. So those films don't get made anymore because twenty million dollars into a movie will get you maybe sixty or eighty this is the old thinking, and so now if you make a guard Guanzhou in thing that costs a hundred and fifty million unless it tanks so spectacularly that. You know, the studio dies it'll probably pull in half a billion to a billion dollars. Right. It doesn't have to be good. But it has to be safer. Bet has to be recognizable. Exactly. So that's part of it. The hangover was a tiny little movie that then became a monster franchise because it was hit. So they made two more. Now, what am I seeing tooth? Who's maybe is a call or something? And in the olden days, they would have stopped after one. He would have just said, oh, that's really cool. This thing made three hundred million dollars for a everybody likes it. Let's go to the next contest. Do another comedy. Exactly. Let's lunch. Something else. When Bradley Cooper was here. Like six months before he was here for another original project that Jim Carey movie called yes-men, the tanked, and he said like it was insane that that Warner was giving this movie two three completely untested. Like, Bradley Cooper, never had a hit and homes and never had a hit. Nobody news at Calvin. Acas was set a couple of comedy cycles or comedy circles in journalists, and they risk that money on this little movie, which couldn't have cost that much, and it was a massive hit. And then they made two more, and they'll probably reboot it in five years with with. I would assume women because that might be interesting. There have been attempts to do a women's version of the hangover bridesmaids is great rough night. There's a few of those the idea of people behaving badly friend circles getting out of control, they'll they'll reboot the hangover in five years. They'll prob. Rebooted with women because that's a smart move because otherwise you have to. I mean, the the gender thing really helps because you create a new universe that doesn't depend on the demands of the original film, you you can bring, you know, most remakes are very very rooted in the expectations of the audience, right because we all wanna be pandered to we own to see the thing that we liked again. That's the governing principle of entertainment. Now, give me more of the thing. I like I understand exactly why the studios do it. When you lay it out that way on the economics and play why do we consume it? Why is our bar? So low nail it doesn't feel like it was always this way. Well, it probably was we just didn't know it. The the difference is that now instead of knockoffs which used to happen. You know, if there was a smoking abandoned, there'd be ten car movies the next year. If there was rocky there'd be five boxing movies, the next year or or sports movies or a wave of underdogs. Portsmouth is actually what did happen stuff like breaking away. And so on now, we just make more Rockies. Yeah. We we really have another one right now creed to is rocky eight. Away that creed was not rocky seven, which is kind of disappointing. And no one can articulate it. Exactly. But the the answer is it's because it's because creed was the only one that Silvester still didn't right. And he didn't script it. It was somebody else's project. He was used beautifully in it. But when Ryan Kugler wasn't available to come back to Crete to Stallone jumped in and wrote it, and it's a rocky movie now, and I think people should be more disappointed by that than they are. That's the crux of why we want to have this. But they're not conversation because they're not an I made fun of when you said at the beginning of this podcast that there would be another Harry Potter, and who would be cast as another Harry Potter. I will watch that Harry Potter movie or it'll probably actually be a TV show. So that they can do it. Yeah. For Justice over eight years and eight seasons, and whatever God, you could go to school with them in real time home, that's a horrible idea. I would watch. So I I agree that it's a bad idea. But I will consume that content. Why it's because you want to see your idea of what it should be validated. And in the end, we find out that it doesn't matter. If it isn't because nobody can imagine. Everybody's complaining about what a movie isn't. And what it shouldn't be. I mean, that's my job is to say actually this. But I hope that I'm coming at it from a perspective of history, and a sense of you know, why you can make this movie why this movie fails or why this movie's succeeds, and how this argument could be applied to other movies and similar genres. I basically, I I'm there to provide context for why you did or didn't like something. I guess, but as far as the reboot thing goes again, it's safer because the curiosity factor has it clipped everything else people want to know, they want to see what the new superman looks like they want to know what the new joker like Joaquin Phoenix is the joker. But Jared Lido is the joker. Well, that's what happens ledger. Yeah joke. They'll Cesar Romero is the joker or Jack Nicholson as the joker. That's the. That's the point. Right. Like my engagement with the stuff is always. Oh, that's interesting or. Yeah. I've seen that. There's like it's a binary. There's no middle ground. There is no mildly successful remake it either works or it doesn't. And it's because we know what it's supposed to look like is because we've been trained by our own lives to want. This thing the way it was supposed to want to watch new stuff. Oh god. Yes. That's all. I want. I crave it, please. Give me some. But why does so many people? Why would so many people prefer to watch a sequel to something that they already know part of it is that you don't have to invest as much. You already have the backstory you don't need to introduce new things. Or if you do you have to do it in a certain way, fix it feel comfortable Spiderman homecoming is an excellent example of that they turned it into an eighties movie. Yeah. Which makes it simultaneously nostalgic of new in a way that this character doesn't need to be. But it works. It's comforting. And you feel the the youth of the character is because he's never been a kid before Spiderman being in high school before in the movies, but he's a child and Tom Holland's performance. I mean, the the actors in his twenties, but he looks like a kid, and you can root for him that way, and it makes it feel new and by having Tony stark introduce him to the two by having Tony stark introduced into the marvel universe in civil war. It was like extending a hand to the franchise and bring it on. And the fact that I know all of this is nuts because it's a two hour movie. And I shouldn't bring all of this stuff with me to this film. But it's not a reboot. It is the what eighteenth chapter in films. That's been going on for a decade. It's part of a huge thing where we are now culturally. Right. It's not just social media and the internet, although that's a huge part of it is part of the it builds expectation, but it's also the fact that this story has been ongoing, and if you missed one you can probably catch up it's not a big deal unless you missed an adventures or captain America movie where all the characters are together you can dip in and out. But if you've been following it all along, it feels really good to know all this stuff. It feels like you're being accommodated in a way that a remake or a sequel or a franchise is supposed to do it. Doesn't bar new entry, but it rewards ongoing participation in the Harry Potter films did the same thing. I mean, they made one of those a year for eight years, right or the there. They started to stagger them apart after a while. Once it got complicated. They were releasing them every year and a half. I don't remember. But I do remember that I saw all of them. I didn't really like all of them. Did they didn't get good until the third one? And we're at a place now culturally where you can say that about a television show. Well, you have to watch the for six episodes. No, you don't you actually don't. But if you don't you'll miss it. And if everybody's talking about it, they and you want to see it. And if it's a thing that everybody talked about twenty years ago that that little tug is still there. So when fuller house comes back, which is okay. Comfort food at best. Right. It's a remake. It's a it's a new season of a show that people other show that they've brought back which is like there's a list of them. Yeah. Fuller houses. I for me. It's the best example because it's one of those things where when you hear about it. It sounds insane. Why would anyone care? And then you find out exactly how many people do care, which is why it exists, and whether they really wanna see it or just kind of curious about it that doesn't matter as long as they click on it for Netflix. The Netflix has made it worth their while. And we're going to get more of it. And we're going to get more of an and that Spurs the need to make more things come back. So there's a new charmed and there's a new. Do not on Netflix. But it's it's all part of the culture, if you can reboot a TV show, you can make millions of dollars right off the bat and the Handmaid's tale just got a built in audience through its TV show success. And now there's a book sequel Margaret Atwood is writing a Handmaid's tale sequel, which is one of the few things that I'm genuinely interested in because she won't be basing it on the TV series. That's the important part. It will it will still be set in her world. I mean, I don't need the answers to what happens in the Handmaid's tale. It's all in the first book, we know what we need to know about that book was a finished work. And you know, it is because it's been taught in schools for thirty years. Sure. It's a self contained narrative. And if there was one artist in Canada didn't need to follow the two reasons for producing sequels and remakes that you've just outlined, theoretically, it should be Margaret what she can do whatever she wants. She absolutely can. But I can also I can see the testament emerging as a response to the show, but that's me understanding the pull the remake. I would rather just think about it. Myself than have to watch it executed because the odds are won't be the thing that I wanted it to be when beauty and the beast, the stage version came to Toronto I got to go to a preview, and nobody told us that the thing was three hours long that it was a massive reconstruction of an eighty two minute movie. And when the first deviation came which is slightly longer dialogue scene between bell and her father. There was a kid. There was a child very must have been very unsettled up in the mezzanine who started saying, no, no, no, no, no. This isn't it and had to be shushed. And it's like, that's the brain. And that's everybody in these things, you really only want to see the thing you like, and you want more of it. But you don't that? I mean, the kid didn't they could be just wanna beauty, and the b you can give this opportunity this child who I mean, this would have been was after The Lion King. Right. So it was the mid to late ninety s and this childhood only been raised on this movie. That was only, you know at most ten years old, and he didn't want more wanted the same thing. And that's all of us. But we won't admit it. So we're still curious. We're kinda wanna go see what the new thing is if it's the old thing. And if it's not the old thing we want to know, how we can be comforted by whatever it is that we loved about the old thing, and it never occurs to people to just pull out the old thing and watch it again because those are everywhere, and that's that's my objection. And yet when Pete's dragon comes out, or when the Paddington movies come out, and they are beautiful perfect realizations of the spirit of the project, even though they are not the original thing than you do reconnect with the thing you loved about it. And I think it's also very telling that those are projects for children. Yeah. We're all children. Now, we want to be right. Like, isn't that the whole thing? The the lie of the the government is that you want a strong like what what's the argument? The Republicans are the strong father. And the Democrats are the are the nurturing mother, and you can only have one at a time. But we see what is strong father looks like, and it's horrible and we retreat can we want whatever
Burt Reynolds, Joe Joe and Oscar discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Live Monday from six 'til ten on seventeen w o r. Good morning, everybody. Well, a Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds died at eighty two years old. They've got plenty of Burt Reynolds, snippets and clips and videos up on websites. Seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael I was like Burt Reynolds, Len when he was on the Johnny Carson show. He was grateful. I remember
Blaze Interview with Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey
"Object, lots joy, Sanger. And here this with the pastoral post. We have some esteemed guests with us various team, Ethan Dickey of the film that's coming out here. You need to check it out over at the Alamo draft house. It's called for the second showing, I think are also without a third showing. That one is. Off the rails, but full of wisdom. I christian. So just. Some nice cuisine. Jay last night. Yeah, we're going. I don't even know. People have thrown the water. Saturday here before. Hu's trip here for sure. Got to go to high miss hut. Three. It's a Mexican restaurant, open three till twenty four hours. That you're sitting everybody, we talk, scary drive everybody interviews till. There are so many good ones. Fort worth. Yeah. Got the news about the interview yesterday with you guys. Trae shoots me tax. He says, got got eaten in Ben coming up tomorrow. Don't wear take. And as one does for interview you brush up, you know, you look at Google. You know, we competed last ditch effort, but the. I'm looking up and then just Bartik with this news about and we host a geeky talk show called talk nerdy to me. So this is a little apropos ears. Throw it out there. I'm not even put an context into context. Yeah, even hawk aid superhero. Logan socked. Here's the thing. I had no idea how sensitive superheroes were. If I did, I would have been a lot. Let me correct the record. Okay. The reason I was talking about Logan is because I love it. I love superhero movies. I like every kind of movie. I don't think there's a difference between high art and low art. There are movies that people put their heart into in their movies that people try to cash in on in the ones I like are the ones that people put their heart into, and you can feel it in a superior movie or you can feel it in horror movie or you can feel it in some art house movie. What I was talking about is that there is so much money being spent commercially making it so that that's all we see in. There aren't rooms for the movies that I grew up on. One of the Kuku snus I'm day those type of movies would now be art house movies in their made to feel fringe in their made to feel small. You know, I was making the joke that if if Logan dark Knight and Dr. Strange are great art films. What is fanny? Alexander do nothing. Theater today. The most of my, those are my favorite superhero movies. Doctor strange, Logan, darva this great films, but they're not. The only thing there is in young people grow up today. Thinking that's not a real movie. Was. A green screen not involved, and it's not. It's not a real. Our country turns everything into a competition. They wanna tell you what's score on rotten tomatoes. What's how much box office did it make in when it was going up to things didn't exist, and you could just absorb movie for how it meant to you? It doesn't. There's no game to win. You know, that's not what artists he said. With music film women. Elevator out to pay. Let's see what that's all about. So let's talk about the stock about blaze here of the film that he directed Ethan the road and. Stars here. And when the most interesting things about this Bill also the Genesis of how this came to be you guys known each other, what fifteen years and cut me from road. You guys were jamming out to to blaze and what happens slower than that. The truth is how well we are girl friends or best friends right since like the second third grade. And so we would go on vacations together in those two gap all night long. And we a friendship happened. I grew to love Benz, music Benz in a band called the blood feathers and Philly that I loved
Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie gets 2019 release date
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"jack nicholson" Discussed on Night Call
"That was a lot about shelley duvall because that was what was in the clip that i watched was a scene between gene shelley duvall and jack nicholson where they are having an argument this is one of the ones that just also just feels like listening like someone's parents argue where it's just very stressful and then they cut to danny and danny's like bleeding out the face and like and thinking about the blood elevator and they're playing a lot of good wendy carlos music and it's very intense but yeah we also talked about shelley duvall a lot and how much we love shelley duvall and just all of her great work in movies and on fairytale theater which was a weird bala show that she produced those at children's tv show that totally i watched some of it went took me to the weirdest part of my brain was that it was eighties and it was like everybody cool it was in these oh you gotta watch it's like these weird fairy tale adaptations the first one is the frog prince and it stars like teri garr robin williams van dyke parks that's awesome yeah they all seem really fun to have made but they're also super weird but they were actually the first original show that was ever on hbo or one of them they're one of the first original cable shows yes i was saying like shelley duvall perhaps an underrated pioneers definitely an underrated pint yeah and john was in the christopher walken plus in boots was it stanton believe that is part of it then i've seen that like four times because that is a masturbate like that's it holds up in better now than it ever was that's what i was saying i was saying they're weird and they don't like condescended children dislike this they really make an impression on you as a kid and then i was watching them again and i was like still weird still got it still got that weird the shining energy of just taking utilize the innermost corners of your mind you're like who it's some spider webs and these corners they are weird.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So there you go there's you'll the shining was playing at the at the drive in before it got destroyed in the movie twister because you can see jack nicholson act seen hello or here's johnny that's plan in the bag you'd see that in the background before the twister tears it apart see as a little piece of trivia it's gonna win you five million dollars one day that enemy will no longer hate us right you will be you'll be friends with everyone on earth and you will win tons of money because evil abound you know that the shining was playing in the drivein at the in the movie twist by even keeping us in your back pocket man i don't know a lot of stuff going on in the world right peace on earth good good exactly a shining into a stair the shining was warner brothers movie that's and so is the two so as twister that's one of the reasons why a movie like that was in there so all right we got a break here we got weather and traffic and then we come back we're going to talk about some scientists who think they found the reason some people are left handed and it has nothing to do with the brain well that that makes sense since i don't have one and i don't have a brain and i am left handed so it probably doesn't have anything to do with your brain anyway we'll find out more and then we'll talk about what it's like to be left handed the torture of being left if you're a lefty out there three one two nine eight one seven one hundred we all got to stick together you can tell your horror stories about what it's like to live in a right ended world all right here's your forecast from the wgn chicago weather center today a chance of showers and thunderstorms and a high near eighty tonight more showers possible in a low around sixty friday scattered thunderstorms and high seventy eight saturday more rain and storms a high.
NBA warns Drake over 'use of bad language' after Kendrick Perkins incident
"And every market donald mitchell makes me want to watch him every single night to see how he continues to get better ever every night and we've seen in the playoffs already and so they're taking on a strong houston team now utah they're going to beat houston in the series before it is it is quite interesting i it really is and by the way something else compelling about these about these nba playoffs is that i think that we found the new spike lee and we found the new jack nicholson and his name is drake i think we've found exactly who that is now dry it is it is drake who has a mega fan but also works in the front office with the toronto raptors he has his own desk and office in the with the raptors so the nba has worn raptors mega fan about the use of bad language after the rapper and kendrick perkins traded angry words during game one other teams playoff series kiki vandeweghe the nba's executive vice president basketball operations spoke to messiah jury who was the president of the raptors and requisites courtside for toronto's home games there cata center and he's part of that fan base they were jawing face to face so drako's called say all kinds of things about about kendrick perkins and that's becoming of number one fan but number two somewhat actually kind of works around the team so i mean i know he's all into it but man i mean come on is drake the difference between the raptors win or loss clearly not because if this was like a strategy by a you going to get into kindred perkins face and so now let's just rev up the raptors to win game to clear that wasn't the.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"A better spot you know what you had that dinner there that's true oualadi not corporate we cut to mortgage premiums funeral at which this kind of complete stranger gives a eulogy that jack nicholson and he's like he's like later in life lover him weeks ago at least though he does knowledge like a few months ago i didn't know this guy and we did become good friends but he's like he's got the bucket list and he's like checking shit off like at the pulpit got that one done oh yeah said something nice about a stranger cross that oh but the weird thing is i mean this is kind of a twist in the movie right because the beginning of the movie it's it's morgan freeman writing about talking about jack nicholson's death and i was like surely ghost camping area and then morgan freeman dies i oh that's what a surprise you keep expecting jack nicholson to kick it then you cut to jack nicholson and he is he he makes up his daughter by the way like this this should be seen they out the meat of the fucking totally zero zero dialogue dude like higher because they hire like no named actress but like higher i dunno sarah polly it first sarah paul that would have been great house but i don't think he even i don't think you hear her speak to her no i the the grandkid no lines in the movie this woman ex a featured extra total big scene with jack nicholson wait what they cut it out so show that dude like being disabled or whatever after that mafia.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Life in the fast lane dana for the seventy s see that one for the seventies i'm keeping score on this one this is a man who knows his music we call him roy from wayne the steve good evening how are you tonight good how 'bout you i'm doing okay but but my days always starts on a bad note when i lose the night before i give you i gave you so pitch high yard what was your question what was the question of each nose jack nicholson the king of marvin gardens or something whoever heard of this movie jack nicholson hurt if this movie i assume minutes mother that's about it mrs nicholson movie what's your guys even get an easy one now being man seventies ratings seventy shower tonight okay here we go this is this is a good one paul veneer did this the other night to a guy in an audience here we go clean shirt new shoes and i don't know where i am going to that's for you not we're going to clean shirt new shoes i don't know where i'm going i see i'm pretty good when i know the song prevent is now then there's i'm a loser.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is this anything hollywood icon jack nicholson you always seem sitting courtside at the lakers game right that's like icon ick with the lakers bath seeing jackson in courts is going for decades in the front row the other night there was a really young usher that was on the floor out at the staples center in la and i guess he didn't know who jack was and may jack show his ticket that's where he was supposed to be well the tv cameras picked up on it and the announcers couldn't believe it jack nicholson he's been to a game or two here before you didn't have to show his ticket right there showing that ushers ticket think so i can't believe he has a tick yeah jack jack nicholson your face is your ticket that's your ticket your faces your pass that's our old pal as cosby who did a longtime key ninety five dj that was his his his back in the bay get into any club in town because his face was as bass right you know ads like if you're jack nicholson come on your if you're the usher working with people sitting in the front row the pay hundreds of thousands of dollars for those tickets every year you'd better dan well no that that's jack nicholson and don't bother me with a ticket and he's there every game it'll be different if this was like the only game he goes to per year and this twenty something year old usher had no idea who he was but he's there every single game and if you live in los angeles you should probably know that jackson's courtside i mean my god the lakers use him setting they're high fiving fans and their highlight videos it's up on the jumbotron i you know what i'm i'm looking on imdb renowned he hasn't really made a movie in eight to ten years light on making movies i don't know if he's done well he's.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"He's a jack nicholson is leaving for the airport in and she and they say they're good biocene shirley maclaine and then i say emily in late assault and what it myself an ally and what is a at close to a clean getaway helm i gotta is so great that whole a fucking love that line so much in it's a beautiful yes sediment and so well executed so as a first time writer director there is some there's all the time a pride and excitement and a and surprise of having made it to the set right all the mac innovations and had take glee assertion right to finally get there right and in an one of which as my memory goes you that i will now test is one night at a poker table um you said to me oh i think away from the table over by the food hey listen i'm writing the script in a mom pay forty and yet the allies that i'm kinda writing it with you in mine i'm kinda think is did my corrected that's the memory i i didn't say i kind of realize i said i'm writing it with you in mind right and i said do matter of you member but i my memory of what i said was so you want no one to see this yeah but you know i i tell you how we came to that point which i don't know if i ever told you this story which is that i was desperate to get a movie made and i and i.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Rob running here on the rich eisen show and uh a few good men um casting jack nicholson in that role and watching him do his thing we've had we've had kevin bacon no wily on the show talk about the the the big seen obviously as you can handle the truth right woke and we've heard it from their perspective of watching it and actor you're in an actor and director rose at like from your perspective what was interesting because uh you know we have a big courtroom and uh you know jack has this long long monologue and i said to him before i said look easier i'll give you a choice either i can shoot if you want ready now i'll shoot you right now if you want some time to work on it rehearse it i will shoot all the reaction shots first and then we turn the camera around on you and you know whatever he said wanted you you know shoot the reaction shots and now game year so you know i got tom cruise cut away demean more care in bacon the you know it got the know kevin pollock i mean you know the judge the jury i'm doing all the reaction shots and every time he's off camera he gives exactly the same performance that you see that's on camera after two or three i said i go to and i said jack you know maybe year you wanna save a little because i mean he's full out in everyone and he's off camera and he says rabiyah known understand i love to act he says i don't get that much of a chance to do a great part and then we turn the camera round on him and it was the same the same nailed it each and every time.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Going to talk about a few in what i'm calling baldwin moving needs it will be a franchise for us louise fletcher uh as nurse rachid in went through of the kuka's nest here's to remind our listeners thank you excuse me miss do you think it might be possible to turn at music down so maybe a couple of the boys could talk that is for everyone listening i know but he thick we might ease it down a little bit so maybe the boys did half out what you probably don't realize is that we have a lot of old man on this ward who couldn't hear the music if we turned it lower that music is all they have with jack nicholson of course as uh uh nature and there i love the loser's she's nice i try to think of women as villains when we talked about this that louise fletcher character on my cut its manding when she test and i met her such really she's a lovely person but it was a little like are you going to scare me know when i met her in hawaii i know it's like it's like ted levin the act of the played buffalo bill in silence at the lambs your rubs the lotion on its els gets the hose a gag i'd seen silence of the lambs i think i was in my hotel and i watched it a couple of nights in a row oh on the hotel payperview amberish averages flooded with the images from that movie then i went to work shooting the movie prelude to a kiss in chicago with meg ryan and the local chicago makeup artist her husband came to route one did a visitor and it was ted levin the of the hump and i thought my skin was going to this burst into third ago even even people in the business art immune from that gina here now is nicholson as another of your favorite's a few years later as the nautilus at work god being interrupted by his wife in this game played by shall all in the shining wendy explain something few abc never.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I expect to have both of them cut otherwise i won't have a balance in equilibrium in my life i will be tipping all over the place that's something that just tap happened what's my obligation one so we're all toes the great toenail a gray zone outright toenail bob who asked us with us on espn radio thank you for being with us so the first thing that i would like to talk to you about instead of the you know topics does your and stuff is there any one person that you've wanted to meet in sports that you've you have not or outsiders boards the you haven't gotten to talk to god i haven't gotten to talk to a different than having met jack nicholson is really kind go uh you know they have wait i'll but when it comes to getting someone as sit down and you in energy i bet inner with jack up to mutual friend was i've settled motor wanna talk to a bit at lake regained twenty nda was on and we see but jack is an old style rubichon who even in this era where just about everybody they can start you can think of will show up at least or a sound bite on a red carpet somewhere on access hollywood entertainment tonight he never sued jack nicholson that way and his feeling all week has been that there's of a sneak about being on that big screen and if you're in people's homes on the small screen than it takes some of that mystique away but what you if you get to note jackie entertaining plenty i'm not saying i know not well but were somewhat quite so.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on The EVRYMAN Podcast
"I just was going to get it done here and uh uh i i would that be um flooded at the moment with things that have influenced me whether they came from books were movies for personalities i'll go back again into the 70s and the the actors that i found peeling were all sort of the uh renegades or the the the not just bad boys but guys that were gonna just get it done and i think of warren beatty in the movie shampoo or jack nicholson or uh in amman musical heroes are guys like keith richards and uh so the battle waste went out of the bad ass bad boys tom whites as one life but guys that are taken care of their own stuff and living the way they want to live i was watching something yesterday uh one guy who i am and deeply uh deeply influenced by sam sheppard he's the cobb with deep voice right yeah always cowboys play right actor aegis died a couple of weeks ago and but he was the also i got into poetry again is all probably is based because guys like james taylor and uh uh richard brought again who who's actually from montana he wrote a book called trout fishing in america that i remember favorites fan of the everett in college and you know i wanted to be like all those guys chris christoffersen from kind of like cowboys cowboys that were artists poets yep you know uh am i llosa why what is it about thought they were super super cool he i i like the combination of uh outdoors.
"jack nicholson" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Nice crossed over the scene that i like i also know that you play kuala hopes his on journalists which i'm hoping that don't in science or is that a hoax i understand you were in batman we've jack nicholson them i think i was a mistake we all we did was put out a little press release introverted goes oh well they must be in batman man whose eyesight i simple this day reported on the front page of magazines and well this this this was he's instigation onslaught which may be a step too far but there are a number of comedians up here that we're in the first batman ryan that meeting in brunei were and i can't remember the names now that they will play played small parts yet in in batman and so we just a joke that with which i will bet men but it got a lot of momentum very quickly in australia which surprised and so we did a few interviews we said oh yes hoyas room bettman are we the jokers henchman this this one was a is an immaculate liar and and we did a a story with the green clyde one of the major milcome pipe it's at the age and the journalist i got no idea why was a little bit suspicious and demanded because we had said we pinned on jack nicholson's boat on the on the same thinking going up and down we jack for kept on the riviera with jack having a week of of great times and they said well we want to see some photographs and and this one ring marvin said there's no way jack would what allow that and if you don't want to publish on publish but we are not we are not making this tall tree.