19 Burst results for "Jackie Brown"

"jackie brown" Discussed on The Chartographers

The Chartographers

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on The Chartographers

"So I mean I feel like at that point though. What's next number six? You're talking looking for fifty minutes so we don't be your. This is applying bingles. Talked about a lot more movies than me Frank. It's it's like I feel like next for me personally is probably either once upon a time in Hollywood or like Jackie Brown all oh okay well. I'll coop I feel like you were probably the biggest defender of what's happening right now. I want to hear your thoughts about entre I mean it's the most recent one too so I I loved it. I think it's I think it hearing your thoughts does so is one of the more repetitively. good-time sound yeah by an also. I feel like good. We're talking about what is the scene. What is the moment? And the Jose Feliciano that comes close. was there any other moments that no no because you remember just feel like I love this so much but yeah. It's the sort of the visual inaugural word than this. Music is a great musical accompanied sunny. Listen this is that again to. It's still John's routing not the hill here.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Made. It's the most about things that he's ever made a revenge story. Only there is about other actual things yeah. I think it's his most mature churned beautiful funny little movie and it's different. That's the thing as compared to me. He's like if wolfgang puck only made mac and cheese. That's what he's usually like to me yeah. He's a really talented guy but really fucking good mac and cheese yeah fucking mac and cheese. It's like it's like one level of what he could actually do and it's boring man how i can only eat so much good mac and cheese until i wanna throw up. I want something different. I like pizza. I don't wanna eat pizza every night and that's what this guy does for me and then i'm watching this movie. I'm like oh my god. I don't know what to expect. Your ads. The first time maybe ever ah in his career that i felt that way. I'll say it actually made it hard to rank when we did our ranking special because it's like where does that fall in a career that this is the most different thing he's done. Yeah i like pulp fiction. Everything that's a great movie and everything but the only real movie that ever actually spoke to me that connected that i acted with jackie brown jackie brown is a masterpiece and i don't care what quitting tarantino does ekeno are- right american slavery and the holocaust and things that i think are disgusting and idiotic and mcnutt earned it all but he may jackie brown so that's okay so he's great you know he's a great filmmaker. I know that he has it in them and to me. I feel like i once upon a time in hollywood is is not as good as jackie brown but his best since jackie brown yeah and i don't think he'll ever eclipse jackie brown and it's just a great great great movie but that was really good because last black man is still in theaters. Obviously that's an obvious one doom podcast but go see it for the love of god yes the farewell i'm actually really taken with those wonderful movie something indifferent for eight two thousand four which is a who okay doing different stuff as well. That's it for now that works yeah..

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Nintendo, Jay Gibbons And Hogwarts Academy discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:27 min | 1 year ago

Nintendo, Jay Gibbons And Hogwarts Academy discussed on /Film Daily

"I picked up the new fire fire emblem game fire emblem three houses of those who don't know this is a long running nintendo series. I don't know how many there are now but it's been one very significant Nintendo console missile over the years and H. T.. Have you been played a fire emblem game I have not I've heard of it but he told me what it is. Yes <hes> I think this game was made as if somebody said how'd you find out video game that appeals directly to both A._T.. and Jay Gibbons complete opposite ways of go together because here's what fire emblem three houses is you are a professor at a hug works s school except that instead of magic you're teaching teaching teenagers how to the <hes> future soldiers in his fantasy army and the Games I major decision. Is You gotTa Pick Your House. Are you subsidy Griffin horrific law or slithering of the of this. How's that you walk around this academies Hogwarts Academy it talked to all these anime teenagers pick which ones you like the best to be a cactus arrest of the game and then he must keep them happy and teach them lessons arrange lesson plans <hes> taking about the lunch have tea with them help them bud romance with other kids and and generally be their best friend and then he takes him to fight because war breaks out in extremely intense leveled like extremely <hes> hard to grasp at first turn based strategy combat with Perma death so all your new teenage

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"jackie brown" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on /Film Daily

"It. We should do one okay. That's all I'll say right now that <hes> this is less of a plot driven movie in more they movie about evoking a half remembered dream of a place that possibly never existed which is Tarantino's vision of sixties in Los Angeles and Hollywood and and occupying that space nearly three hours I found to be sad and funny and really sweet in a way the healthy Tarantino's ever been except maybe since since Jackie Brown I feel like if you'd like to Pam Grier and Robert Forster Jackie Brown these two over the hill people who have instant connection and a and have a will they won't they love story. It feels really mature and thought out if you love those scenes it is though seems for three hours and I was head over Auburn Hills loved this movie but we'll talk more later. If it's those scenes without any plot we'll discuss this on the by the way I lake once upon a time and insulting the lack of overarching plot is a feature not a bug but we'll talk about that later on okay what what else have been watching spectrum spectrum. <hes> I get drunk with my wife watched. I seventy a very terrible hard movie on Netflix. <hes> it is a found footage movie about a bunch of dip shits who go to make a documentary about a haunted warehouse clearly location because for free and they encounter Satanists and lots of people screaming for first person perspectives it is terrible double. The acting is unconvincing. It's all shouting waving cameras and people in hooded cloaks jumping into frame. It's very bad and I can't recommend it more highly. Okay cool <hes> Brad. I know you haven't had much time to be watching T._v.. Or movies but you catch up on clear I not entirely I just watched. I watched a few of the episodes of the You season so far it was just a nice way to run <hes> wind down after doing a bunch of busy moving and running around in Chicago show that everyone wanted to watch and since really good field really rate feel-good show and yeah this is fantastic. It's it's funny how the show continues to get a little bit more her reflective on itself and self-referential as it's become more famous and whatnot you know just like little things here and there that the fans have latched onto you and Jonathan gets more energetic every single season and I think it's really funny this season especially the I won't say that there's there's a show that you can spoil but there's a very funny moment when Anthony it basically just completely <hes> freak freaks out during one episode because it's something that he sees and it keeps coming back throughout the episode so funny to watch him just like <hes> basically <hes> B B so humidor blend just like overwhelmed by the this thing that he sees an episode so you'll know it when you see it <hes> it's yeah it's just it's such a wonderful if you haven't watched it yet you should just just start watching it from the beginning okay moving on a Ben..

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"jackie brown" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Well, Doug is really fun to be here. I don't think I I the teen wolf too. Yeah. Yeah. Yes, jeff. I don't think I was talking. I think I was. Thank you. Society. Finally, got rid of all those pesky ladies. Sarit for the patriarch. So and gonna go with premium rush. Okay. Who's in Amy Joan? Oh, she is her daughter was being smuggled across. Oh, right. Fac? I should've known that. Already the show. To premium rush drops very impressive. What the fuck is premium rush. What is it is that the one where Joseph Gordon led in Shannon playing? I call them went and sorry. John Lennon, Paul McCartney ride their bikes around that sounds like a good movie, man. Doug if I'm not mistaken. Jennifer Aniston was in the Jackie Brown prequel life of crime. But she not who life of crime who Jennifer Aniston. Yes. Within the Jackie Brown prequel. Yes crime. Yeah. Most deaf. Yes. Yes. But he's but he's that movie creditors. Yalcin bay. All lower case because he was really really up. But yeah. Costs extra money, our friend day on the director of that movie. Told us a call some extra money to the opening credits. Seem bay had to be an all lower case weird. It does seem like expensive. But also seemed like quest. Quest. They had to redo the whole thing, and they weren't allowed as I most f- was there were only say, yes, anybody, isn't it? And let me tell y'all seen bay does not really draw the eye. By as much as most f- does like soon as I found most of fuck fucking see that. No, it's Jeff..

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Waiting For Hoffman

The Industry

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Waiting For Hoffman

"Istar. As for cannon films. It was business as usual. The next Monday after the fallout with Hoffman, they took out two more welcome to the cannon family adds. One of them announced the signing of Diane Keaton for a movie called housekeeping, and the other welcomes Peter Boyle for citizen. Joe. This was going to be a sequel to the nineteen seventy acclaimed movie Joe, which he had also made for cannon films. Both of these movies by the way were also never made Elwin. Leonard would get an adaptation of one of his books made by canon in nineteen eighty six, fifty. Two pick up with ROY. Scheider was released that year. But more interesting and much more relevant here is that Leonard would take his experiences in dealing with Dustin Hoffman and channel them into a new book that would become a movie in nineteen ninety-five, Get Shorty in it. The character of egocentric actor. Martin we're played by Danny de Vito was based on Hoffman. Wall to Miraz did try again to get LeBron made in nineteen ninety five after the success of Get Shorty this time, trying an adaptation done by buck Henry, but it was to no avail looking back on his time trying to get it done in the nineteen eighties mirrors concluded that Dustin Hoffman was less interested in making a movie as he was in talking about making a movie. And despite there being many Elmore Leonard adaptations since nineteen eighty six, including out of sight, Jackie Brown and the Get Shorty sequel, be cool. There has still not been one for LeBron. And.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Coming out august what i will say this if this was august tiff when this is a great art direction to to i think you're going to really love it i'll let you talking seven lingo that that you do it was was going going to to be be she seventy two young this is our hats this baby give me the jackie brown vibes and you like jackie brown i love jackie brown they use chef fund so yeah august tenth august tenth is usually a month now with they're saying throw a month for movies but that's considered to be like large films now we're talking about blockbusters in big special effects movies for a smaller film it might be better because now that you've got all the clutter of those big box office movies out the way you leave a little more room for something a little different something smaller than something more of a drama like this so so you you haven't haven't been been in this movie is whatever movies out this is the peo what they call that the antiobitic what does it call forgot anti white the of programming to whatever is in the data yet oh you know whatever's out this'll be opposite of that so you know he's going to have its own lane for sure they're much so so looking forward to looking forward to question for you yes miss do you think denzel washington son is going to be your new favourite denzel washington kinda.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"Sharpies machine had rave reviews and i've seen tarantino talk about charges machine he used the song street life from it in jackie brown so i've always heard about this movie i never saw available to rent anywhere but very critically acclaimed movie for me it was the weakest of the three i agree it was my least favorite of three but it was also such a tonal shift it was hard to kind of put it up against the other two right you know you got a movie about like beerdrinking and car racing and then all the sudden you're into this prostitution ring and people are being murdered right there's a scene where a woman literally has her face blown off and they show the body with no face yeah so you're much more graphic material but reynolds had his whole crew in their e add charles earning and and brian keith and for mod squad the mod squad would hope nobody was trying too hard in this what's what's that guy's name what's casey bernie casey and the richard liberty any yeah his friend who died and they never mentioned again yeah burt reynolds did say during the qn aids somebody asked about charles during and he said there was nobody better as an actor he was the best that ever lived we'll never have another one and somebody also said how do you direct dom deluise scene and he said quite simply you don't which leads us.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on The Fifth Column

The Fifth Column

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on The Fifth Column

"I don't even if i want a screw it i'm going to go there conflict side of that is there were a lot of jews living in germany in the 1930s and 40s who didn't consider themselves jews and they considered themselves germans and part of the bigger all and then they learned pretty quickly that there was fine and all well and good for them to consider themselves that way but there were other people who had guns who didn't think of them that way and a greater tribal identity would not have known as our i'm not saying i'm not saying no no branded that eleven that's on my point my point is i i you know suits i support you in wanting to teach your daughter this but there is also a lesson that until everybody thinks that way you use sometimes can't afford to just think oh we're all just one big humanity our differences don't matter because even if they don't matter to you they sometimes matter to other people and it affects how those people treat you i get a thrill when there's a representation of a subculture that has not been represented in in cinema before i use called black people aside all not ipi azharuddin no you actually liberalism as black people are a subculture they are human where the tape back i did not know i know my first example of this would be a black subculture ones aznar frana absorbed that's absolutely not fully we've actually a little fighting any life was one the one that went spike lee's movies first came out he was describing a world that had not been depicted on cinema like blacked school colleges bring funny in hip the she's got to have it schoolday stuff like that and people who talked a little bit like the way the people where i grew up talked and that was in itself just thrilling like i'm hearing a dialects that i don't here before tarantino's earlier movies a base in like 90s cal for your pulp fiction and and jackie brown talk like regional dialects where i'm from and i loved it for that so when there's subcultures.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Oh i look i respect that will be blood other i'm i am not the biggest fan of you have had right now let's see it's no inherent yossi that doesn't like you examine will be in a theater guy yes is still going she added here on the web looks they can so many people say seattle sexual yeah you will well old clips the warring what do you think is his best film i was a bogey night for me his best looking film or does it is as if it's just his dad spill yeah like you would go back and be like all right i really i really love this i think it's a tab between boogied nice and magnolia i remember i really love magnolia when us dare magnolia and what unites a light but magnolia loved in bogin nights to movies of his i had to like really going on boiled boogied nights liked by didn't love as much everybody else nostra watching it again he he forced by stole my dvd that out give it back i was watching those putting in on just like a jackie browse put an all like every day just watching and unloaded so with jackie brown jackie brown's move that didn't care for first i realised on being a child is bitch because i wanted to see pulse asia again arab lebanon moving boogie nightmare love then magnolia came out and watch as much a book in mice by member thinking nan'ao british love this film punched drug loves another word yeah i learned to really like a lot all right let's see here who do you think well how many moves have you seen here's what he did not that many other from beginning to end i think i've seen their so i've in there will be blood i've seen the master and i think i've only seen chunks of magnolia okay so and actually kinda like the.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"And we're going to reunite them so listen as you can let us know we think of the awards and if they're they're any snub that you want pointed out at search with movies tco lunged dot com or lift what lies eldurbi relies on twitter it's also comments page on the websites elder realize dot com slash podcast speaking of films pop no getting the attention they deserve on release as we have this email from your win hogan for film clip i'd like just jackie brown a beautiful film that 1020 just this christmas our god this is a anomaly in queenstown teams body of work as as a vulnerability in a sense of romance that can it be found anywhere the films i wanted to find his movies would love to hear your take on it we found from tabled us a big time he allowed reagan say off the market at recommendation i will so i yeah i know caught way in which me well i think i think i made mention recently that my kind of big critical turnaround poin everett woods on the film death proof by turns yesterday which is now perry my favorite of his films but i think it you know jackie brown is like a close second in the old arrest there is a certain kind of juvenilia element to them now like even even pulp fiction and reservoir dogs whereas a thing that jackie brown is probably the the only film he's made by a a certified adult ledell guys and i feel like i must mitchell work and not just because of the maturity of the actors involved its middleaged actors who on cool in the substantional tarantino sense they may struts and spat one liners but that protea a grotesque correctly also doughty fake isn't at times rubber foster particular is just such as strikes up guy and it's heartwarming for that well thus jackie brown maybe one for future film club but for now let's talk about this week's new release.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Goals in life speaking of goals i am may star trek fan a more star wars fan than a star trek fan but my heart was hurting at the news that quentin tarantino we'll be directing the next star trek movie hurting rearing i am i'm not i think he makes great movies um the i don't know for sure about that there's some movies that i've light of quentin tarantino we grew up in the same neighborhood we didn't know each other but literally less than a mile from each other is a little bit older than i am i've i loved pulp fiction k i liked from dusk till dawn i think he did that one yet as run rodrigue robber audrius okay but they may be together maybe i think correctly earthy produced at it but but outside of that i'm not so sure that there's anything i hang on chained you don't like it oh i'm glad you mentioned that quentin tarantino has this unhealthy fascination with the inward um in reservoir dogs uh jackie brown uh obviously django obviously hateful eight which i have seen and from me he said it in in live interviews when asked the it's it's an unhealthy fascination and finds its way into all of his work virtually all of his work for seemingly no reason jiang goes one thing because as the period peace sure it's another thing when is just thrown in just to be thrown in what if they did a little bit of atlanta what if sam l jackson a little bit of add living in any of those deaths fine and it that's then on the character in terms of like jackie brown shirt but that wouldn't explained reservoir dogs that wouldn't explain how was written in the hateful late um and and that's something and you've gluco him in terms of his thoughts on the word he he is very willing to offer his opinions on it and that is always push me away from him as a filmmaker also his movies tend to be very violent nature and i don't know how that matches with a stark shrek core ottis avoid because star trek has long prided itself on being the more civil the more sophisticated as far as science fiction offerings in.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

The IGN Movies Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

"Be in it the guy wrote the revenue is probably gonna scripted so it's like all right than what is tarantino doing if somebody else is going to write a cause tarantino's one of the great screenwriter's so why'd i mean gold ira as yeah i thought i had red is that like he had just this idea further movie and that's kind of that's a as far as we are right now these year he's name at its movin quick oh yeah i mean it's it's i mean with all these names statue and how can it not i and and there is a and i i think about where we are with the star trek movies now and it it is not a great place like a beyond wait underperformed i love the movie i love it's beyond two on i i don't know that i liked it more than the first one but i liked it more than into darkness it's like it's a really really fun movie uh but yeah it's it's it's in a place where i think the only way that another star trek movie gets made in the near future is by this crazy paradigm shift and i am and this is a suit and where did they go after that like once again sharing tino you set the tone all kind of flavor for it and now people go and see if they're going to want more that's gone what does assume and that does assumed that tarantino is intending to make this a very tarantino i think he's a guy that is aware of his own brand and knows what is tarantino we and what is not and he has the very very very few times that he's directed something that wasn't his own kind of project which i think he directed like one seen in sin city and a couple upsides like csi and or many stuff i mean jackie brown was an adaptation and he's done in then.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on Altered Geek

"Um some of his films you know if you're not familiar with them he's done is reservoir dogs pulp fiction and they'll pulp fiction is one of those ones that ever that like a lotta people like he's done jackie brown kill bill that was another one everybody just kind of light death proof inglorious bastards django unchained a hateful late he's working on helterskelter and apparently now star trek film i don't like any of his films i've seen aspects of it in my bhidia aesthetics class and i find them to be annoying uh this tasteful irritating films to pay attention to that being said if he does one you're probably going to see some of his people that he uses a lot you know amongst them being like you know sam jackson your pricey him can across over at some point if that's the case you might see um you know late maybe kurt russell or you know this may be bruce willis be kristoff walls somebody i don't know you never know who's gonna pop up in his films and i i'm not looking forward to this at all i don't want an are rated star trek film i don't i think the films like i liked beyond i think into darkness was garbage and i don't like any of the film since save late gone to this new late action e format in kind of just thrown the science in the star trek part of it aside i exist i don't like it and yet i know that his dumps get like b plus or minus ratings on everything and they you know they have huge decent box office results a depending on them and i just i don't like gore i don't want radar like for me if i if i saw the trailer and some of that stuff was among eight i think they would turn me off to the films i would be done to me that would that would just.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Have you got ahead and i'm looking at this right now we got the the you know that queenturned tino loves blaxploitation he made his blaxploitation will be jackie brown that you see right there you look at look at that he never in our marsh poster to foxy brown which is almost the same day and you know that they're gonna go some some some planet earth back in the '70s and spark in kirk they got to dress up like pimps to blend manila will go not even that we creepy michael jackson the one we'd like to forget yeah yeah you know some some pill column battle how he he can handle his crew aboard the enterprise is and you can't control you'll get you it was the areas do you know there's going to be a blaxploitation barton anybody got a little i had more time travel to this series because they're just a home does it it'd be can be go through black limits were so they'll they'll be m down to an implants planet that strangely captain seems to be stuck earth years in the seventy three to be stuck in nineteen the 1970s a believes the clothing of the people that period of the recent committed partly due to an now here's not before you know that within the movie quit needs a quintile still does this some people thought he stopped doing it but somewhere in the film you got ahead you're mexican standoff you know you're gonna have a single everybody's point the gun in each other this is something that he may very popular within his own work starting with reservoir dogs which were looking at right here right of course proudly the most famous mexican stand up that people have seen as from pulp fiction just because the dialogue and that was so funny.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And is the last place you can be and you must look at it from the inside out and when you're inside of it in the storm you're not necessarily so your you know you're nuts experiencing it the way that you might if you're considering it what it means for the millions of people there you know poised to hit you so the the the approach has to be treated like it's something that you you know that the it's the master you're serving it's the thing that you're trying to present as you know get wants to i a lot of times i'm going to set and i'll do this intentionally but i hear myself say you know it wants to be this it wants to go from here and it's like it i mean it like i i'm trying to tell the story at least in the best of my ability the way i believe it wants to be told and and focusing on those kind of decisions momenttomoment is the only way to uh i think approach on them if if we had a star wars opportunity i i i would say it's when we got to work with the the aims family in the design world i mean you can't get any any any higher than that and and the one thing that i kept coming back to lose i got to remember that i was a fan first and and and not to lose sight of that not too you know try and make this something that as a fan again from the outside with look at it and say nothing they just they just could native just check their eagle little bit in and done this thing right so so yeah i mean that's that's one thing that that that sort of fan mentality is is something that i i always try and keep you know right here and it's a story and has its own logic has his own life you're there too that i was love quentin tarantino talking about writing jackie brown said i was surprised every time jackie told or del what was going on mike i love that idea he surprised by his own characters because there following a logic he's learning about as as he's writing of go this questions from the front.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"And you know you can't fuck with pulp fiction it's an alltime classic that's my favorite terentiyev i i think it's probably barely mind it always would have been number one with a bullet now it's it's in the l'amour murky bought pulp fictions dialogue feels a lot more dialogue he sure and it's jokes feel a lot more jokey than jackie brown jackie brown and he never found that again after that just feels very natural and real and just fucking awesome here it's it's it's it's a tremendous film and speaking of which were fifty seven minutes we fit this and we've said this before i dunno we've ever gone this far without talking about the sun never ever so pat enclosing did you like the twin peaks harry i thought twin peaks fell apart for at least ten episodes the final episode i like the final minute of the final episode with the quick flash of her outside of the house right our member that forever i thought it was awesome did i need the fifty minutes of them driving in silence that preceded it hurt block no i didn't okay but when i look back on the season at large i go you know i liked less of it than i liked area what does that makes sense does i i i didn't like much of it but when i look back on it as a whole i gotta admit there's a lot of moments and images and sounds and shit that will probably stay with me forever and that's lynch to it today.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

We'll See You In Hell

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell

"But i watch the end of jackie brown once a month probably on cable and i stay up if i if i'm good if i'm tired i'm going to bed at three and it's on a washed the end of jackie brown that's my one movie bought it again and again and again and again for whatever reason couple months back it was on and when she kisses in that tight close up kisses max cherry jackie brown goes and gets in her car and then max jerry fades into like the hazy in the background and then she's is and in singing while she's drive and her there i was crying they're could i couldn't stop crime it's a beautiful fill it's a movie that gets better and better and better and certainly i highschool i watch pulp fiction a hundred times but over the course of the back half of my life i've seen jackie brown way more and i'd have to watch them back to back the true to say which is better every and i never dreamed that even be making a comparison because every single person hits a grand slam yeah samuel jack eaten i think it's his best performance is jackson's us i think it's his best rumors are keaton off the charts we were hysterical watching the scene where where were pam greer's like she came into the room and took the took the urgency egghead kids god qian's interrogator and he's going as your he got no idea he got no you no i did he starts actually do they like give weird didn't here she and the guy with the gum and the gates we had does shot of him walking down the hall with the motorcycle helmet under his a he's awesome and his partners loss wherever that he's fantastic but i feel like even the hard core film fans i and i think i told you this and you didn't know that he plays the same role in out of sight.

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"jackie brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jackie brown" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To uh i think the pressure movement if if we had a star wars opportunity i i would say it's when we got to work with the the enes family in the design world i mean you can't get any any any higher than that and and the one thing that i kept coming back to was i got to remember that i was a fan first and and and not to lose sight of that you know not too you know try and make this something that as a fan again from the outside with look at it and say that they just they just couldn't they've just check there you go a little bit and and done this thing right so so yeah i mean that's that's one thing that that that sort of fan mentality is is something that i i always try and keep you know right here and it's a story it has its own logic has its own life you're there to serve that i was love quentin tarantino talking about writing jackie brown said i was surprised every time jackie told or del what was going on mike i love that idea he surprised by his own characters because there following a logic he's learning about as as he's writing article this questions from the front of the balcony to your last a high a question for ball of a thunderous doing what you love as a propensity to go into far it's hard to pull away when you're doing something you love this can start affecting other areas your life can you tell us about a time that you have lost this balance can you email that down to me.

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