20 Burst results for "James Gandolfini"
"james gandolfini" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown
"Seat my salami. It looks like it's nine o'clock in the morning. Not really breakfast food but looking good in the fridge i had a dog so yeah it is good. That the last of it yup. Oh want some digital. That's all right. That's fine something tells me that it's not fine. Merry christmas everyone Welcome to cut to black soprano. Sit down my name. Is jim scam polling. I've seen many james gandolfini movies. My name's jacob burroughs and i've seen to james gandolfini movies. Ho ho ho great choice of clip jerem and merry christmas to you are happy christmas. They in harry potter now. Yeah wasn't easy to find a clip to open the show for this one and man jacob. I have to imagine you've only seen to jacob. You've seen only seen to james gandolfini movies. Where are you thinking right now. As far as james gandolfini the film actor. I mean as always he. He's a bright spot in this but he really like well. I guess i should say i in case you haven't watched it. Don't worry be worried about spoilers. Oh yes another film. Where if you haven't seen it at just don't worry about it. You're going to know how it ends five minutes into the film. It's a much worse film than the last one. We watched which was the last castle as far as his acting. I mean this is like a sitcom in the form of a film sort of. That's kind of what's going on. There is no room to do any acting beyond very like it's supposed to be comedic big scale acting which you know in a way. It's funny to see him in this. Because it's such a different mood they're going for but it's also funny to see it and just go. He's he's literally tony's pro and so much of this total nudie like meat like when he first shows up he's just being tony soprano Which is i mean it. It's clear that's why they cast him to like they were going for that. And i mean that's why there's a salami scene and there's a there's a big i mean it gets. It falls away by for the first half of the movie like his salamis brought up a few times. That's his main arc. Until he gets a car that he had when he was young. So i mean. I just trying to see where we should Broach this i i guess. Let's just yeah. Let's get into overall the film overall. Which i think it's kinda clear it's not a good film Yeah i think we have to say yeah. You probably haven't seen this room if you're like me you're going to look it up and go like ban affleck james gandolfini like catherine o'hara you kind of know about and then like there's this film that you just have never heard of but to summarize it. It's about ben affleck. He's an executive. He leaves an empty shallow life with..
"james gandolfini" Discussed on Cut To Black: A Sopranos Sitdown
"That doesn't up by either. That's a dozen real. So i get the feeling i get like. It's like that thing when tony soprano saga me. He's like you ever almost have it like you almost have the answer and then it goes away and and and the thing is i get what they're saying almost where it's kind of this weird. It's a weird trick and and it's like remembering a dream go. Yes was important. But i don't know why and it's supposed to be this weird trick. Where yeah from the grave. Gotcha like it is almost an ocean's eleven thing like he knew he was going to be killed and that was the plan. Somehow i mean it is. It is telegraph that he understands going to die because he takes the picture of his grandson with them before they go but yeah i don't know it just doesn't really work yet so i've i've already laid out all the things i didn't like about the film. So maybe before we wrap up. Let's talk about james gandolfini and his acting. Yeah how it's how it's weird to see him in a different role and we've seen him in the sopranos so much the similarities and differences in his portrayal the fact that he got paid five million dollars for it. Any thoughts on i any of those facts. Welcome one thing. I wanna call out is because people love to share the Screenshot from the supreme. I mean this is such a thing. But this is me on brand People love to share the screen shot from the sopranos when tony gets that beret for Christmas because it's like so silly again if you love beret james gandolfini. This is the film for you. Because he's wearing he's wearing his military break for a lot of the movie so that's great but no you're right. He completely carries this movie. And i guess part of it is. I mean being a big sopranos fan. It is awesome to see him in a role like this Because it's it is similar in a lot of ways like you'd mentioned like the way he takes that slight. That is very tony. Move but he he can play it. any feels. Like more of a slimy character which it's all him doing that. Which is which is awesome. And i and again. I i said start but my feeling is that i think he enjoys being able to play a character like this again. Some of it's probably based on two. I've read some stuff. Where you know he he. He obviously didn't love some of the fame. He got from being on the sopranos. And it's been said that he didn't love some of the more violent scenes and stuff he had to do. So maybe there's like some some of its repr- reprieved to being apart like this. Even though he is like such a scumbag but he's great. Sorry jim jimmy no reprieve. Thanks thank you for correcting me. I appreciate that. Yeah no but yeah. I mean the the. He's got his nasal breathing going. He's in full form any based off all the stuff we said. I mean the way. We've been criticizing this movie. He's giving it better than it deserves. He's earning his five million dollar check. Good for him And it does. We said we kind of pick this randomly but it does give me more excited. I wanna see him in some other movies. I wanna see some of his other performances. Yeah honestly in my notes. I have like the breathing. He does the tony soprano breeding..
The movie of the year is here: Boys State
"Sean Fantasy. And this is the big picture conversation show but the best movie I've seen in twenty twenty. That movie is called boy state. What is boy state? Well, it's a documentary. It is now available on Apple TV plus and I thought it would be appropriate for us to just talk about this film which I think is fascinating and incredible document of life in twenty twenty in many ways. Specifically, the way that we engage with our political system Amanda I wanted to talk to you about it because I know that you like the. Film as well. We're GONNA. Talk a bit about what boy state is the institution, and also what this movie isn't how it captures it but what did you make of it off the top see you saw this movie at Sundance as did our colleague Noam Away and you both raved about it and I didn't get to see that sundance so I caught up with it about six months later with all of the expectation that goes along with you guys being this is the best we've ever seen I was wrapped. This is A. Very documentary that is about each. Summer Camp Robert Graham, and we'll explain the program a bit more. It's Kinda complex. I still have some questions about how boy state the Summer Camp Program works but whatever. And I was just completely in Michigan. It's one of those documentaries where you're like I can't believe you got this on tape and also I can't believe that you've got this on tape and also it speaks so profoundly to the moment in which I'm watching it even though it was filmed during the summer of two, thousand and eighteen. Yell leader in this episode, and you can hear a conversation with me and Amanda mcbain and Jesse Moss the filmmakers behind the movie and they explained a bit about how they captured what you're describing, and there are several moments in this movie that will make you say this is must be scripted. This can't be real. I mean in many ways it seems. Like archetypal narrative, dramatic movie making, but it is very real and boy state. The institution is very real. So what is boy state? It's it is as you say, it's a sort of a summer camp. It's a, it's a summer leadership program I assume you as a as a high achieving young person. You must have been a part of some some programs. Like this I get sent to Arts Camp I. Never did the Politics Camp I did have to go to girl scout camp once even though it wasn't a girl Scout, but this is sponsored by the American Legion and I only really interacted with the American Legion. In that. Sometimes, we had our middle school dances at an American Legion clubhouse. Okay. So the American Legion does sponsor this program they nominate High. School Juniors and they come in the interview and they talk about their idea of the country and patriotism and the idea of public service that means to them, and it's essentially a training program for politicos aspiring Politicos, and that's a fascinating thing growing up I went to basketball camp. I was an aspiring. Professional Basketball player unfortunately I am incredibly slow and can't jump and can't shoot. So that's that was never going to happen for me, and for some people at boys anger, there is a girl state as well. We should say that you know in in most states in this country, they offer this program. There are a lot of people who aspire to kind of public service or at least to get a a sort of a sense of civic duty, which is not necessarily the same thing as public service. And this has been happening since nineteen, thirty seven. And the. There is a long list of famous and accomplished alumni in boys and girls stayed more specifically boy stated won't probably won't surprise people to hear. Just a shortlist of incredibly well known people who participated in this program includes Bill Clinton Dick Cheney. Justice Samuel Alito James Gandolfini my boy. Roger Ebert. Michael Jordan. Tom Cotton. Rush Limbaugh Cory Booker. So you know luminaries or lowlights depending on your point of view of the world. This is quite a quite a list of people there and the program itself is kind of interesting. So essentially, I, feel like we're talking around specifically what it does, but the programs vary by state but in Texas where this movie takes place participants are divided into two groups. The federal and the nationalist and what are the what are these two groups have to do and and how does that set up the Phil Do a lot of things but the film follows the political campaign aspect of boy state and boy state is a week long program in Texas and kind of the climactic event is an election for governor of the state, the boys state of Texas. So these two parties, the federalists in the nationalist, which by the way just already casts a quite a shadow over the whole. The. The documentary because they really they adopt these names as teams, and so they're yelling about being federalists and nationalists and anyway. At they elect. Party chairman's they they kind of do a platform that we should talk about the platform they have primaries and they each eventually select one nominee for the governor's race, and then at the end, there is election and one governor emerges. So you know approximately eleven hundred boys participate in this process, and that means that out of large groups. One two three people have to merge and the reason that this movie happened and the reason that Jesse and Amanda sought to identify a handful of people who'd be significant to the process in the given year that they were shooting is because in two thousand, seventeen Texas boys state legislature voted to secede from the Union and that if that doesn't some American politics in the trump era I don't I don't know what does the fact that it was your teenagers decided they needed to succeed from a program which is already imaginary. Is Perfect, we should note that two thousand seventeen was when the state legislature of Texas successfully voted to see from union. It is apparently a emotion that came up for several years but this time both bodies ratified this action, and of course, that is a an ongoing dialogue in the state of Texas. In the true American experience you know there are many Texans who would like to not be a part of this country maybe not many there but there are certainly some we know that that's the session is an ongoing conversation in some states. Around the country. So the point is, is that boy stayed in many ways reflect the political system or does it? It's I think the nature or nurture question here is essential to this movie and what makes it so fascinating and even when I talk to Amanda and Jesse I, think that they were unwilling to put their thumb on the scale to say what were they felt it lived or died but as I said, this movie is just exceptional and
"james gandolfini" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sopranos got kind a heart of gold but he's still a tough guy he never would have stood for the fact that our B. Y. seems such a dirt back but regardless that's probably my favorite story of the week that's the best news I have for you like a you know a decade ago James Gandolfini almost beat up Harvey Weinstein and scared him bad enough that Harvey never call him again because he was terrified that James Gandolfini was actually going to follow through on his threat be nice to have more guys like James Gandolfini coming up after the news we're going to talk to Marty Brennaman about baseball I know you've been waiting for I've been waiting for it he's gonna tell you what he really thinks is news now on seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati trump campaign staffers caught the virus this is the four o'clock report I met reaps breaking now trump campaign rally in Tulsa tonight four hours away this past hour we learned that some of his campaign workers have tested positive for the corona virus this is the president's first in person rally since the onset of covert nineteen and everyone entering the B. okay center for this evening's rally is being temperature check to prevent a massive spread of coronavirus that includes the trump campaign staffer ABC news has confirmed that six members of the campaigns advanced team tested positive to date the campaign points out that hundreds of tests were given that the six infected staffers will not be attending the rally Jim Ryan ABC news Tulsa you can hear that rally live right here on news radio seven hundred WLW it's at eight o'clock tonight let's check.
Newark, Ray Liotta And James Gandolfini discussed on Steve Trevelise
"Over the past several months. You've heard us. Celebrate the sopranos. Twentieth anniversary we've also reported extensively on the upcoming prequel about the notorious New Jersey crime family new details emerging today about that film project. The film from creator David chase will review released on September twenty fifth twenty twenty the name of the project has changed though view recall, it was slated to be titled the many saints of Newark, however, the working titles now simply Newark also last weeks. Rumors of Ray Liotta joining the cast have been confirmed though. No details of how large of a role hill play and the late James Gandolfini, son. Michael will play a young Tony
"james gandolfini" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Romance that a chip they beat that girl ad beat her James Gandolfini. Tony soprano. Thank what was your first movie. I move. I did a movie called zebra head. I'm member that that without funky doing movie, this is real love. How you mean you baby? Black and white. You went like this. Did you know that in the actress you knew her cooking around right of back in the day? She's very attractive. This is where Mike was pop pop pop around back in the day. Yeah. Yeah. I might new everybody. Yeah. It's pretty it's pretty fun. So yeah, that was my first movies zebra head and then. Been able to work and continue to work. Now. I do my podcast and talk my shade and continue to act and the ever go out in the Bush, girl. I didn't. Did you go out? You never went out with her. Like, the fucks you hot and stuff. I know, you know, who, you know, she she was dating at the time when we were doing the movie, I remember, she told me this. We were in a hotel room a few of us at the time. This is ninety one ninety two per remember. She she she didn't say it to say dating. But I knew what she meant deniro, and I was like oh fucking lucky shit. Bob. The Niro was putting it in. Yeah. So, but I remember hearing that I like hearing somebody that even met Robert deniro..
"james gandolfini" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"It could be about anything. Maybe you want to do a whole round on French fries. For some reason, I could come up with some questions for that. Just donate some money, and I'll figure out a way to do it. Thanks so much for listening in right now, we're in jump into these ten questions recorded live and hand. Brewed beer in Chatsworth, California. Here we go. Hit record on the recorder. Oh, that's good. We're back. Here we go. We're back Cam you were gone for a while talking to these look into some dads. They have their dads are your kids in his class yet. Yet there at the junior high next door junior high next door, very good. This is round number three right now. And I are answers. Don't yell him out winning team gets a big lebowski coloring book number one. How many sons that Tim and Jill Taylor have on home improvement number one number one home improvement trivia, something he would do? He would just go like. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's the whole show. The theme song was just like weird animated like him running like video game. And it'd be like. Until you jump. Yeah. Like, Mario who invented that? Somebody was like what we do like Mario thing. And they went with it. Number one. Here comes number two number two James Gandolfini son is playing a younger version of him in an upcoming sopranos prequel, what is his son's first name or an easier question. What is James Gandolfini son's name? I like to give a little facts before we do the question. I love how you pronounce two things Gondal Fini and sopranos. Yeah. Is that how you say? Those shows I'm from Chicago. So I say sopranos, James Gandolfini. I dunno. My my as aren't as aggressive as your as oh, my as aggressive as kick your as as tough. That's right number two number to write it down. See what you know, number two hand. Brewed beer and Chatsworth is the best beer that's hand. Brewed in Chatsworth. It is tonight and every day including this Tuesday for our first trivia nights seven to nine. Here's number three. What? Nineties personality who was a central figure in the OJ Simpson. Murder trial is currently a house guest celebrity big, brother. Wouldn't it? Be funny. If the answer this was OJ Simpson amazing. The answer was OJ Simpson. Number three, and he shows up in a house, and everyone's like OJ is gonna kill us some gloves. Yeah. He's like I saw you left the bread out. They just put the gloves on you're like, oh my God. He's going to murder us number three. Number three. Actually have a fun story about eight OJ, which is not a good segue. My dad when he was a little bit in high school. He was dating some girl, and he was a security guard match mountain. Okay. And OJ Simpson came and started hitting on my dad's girlfriend, really and also mazing juice, like sure. And then there's the story. Yeah. He murdered her. He did. Yeah. Yeah. I don't have a mom that got dark number four number four. Michigan family was booted from a Florida bound flight due to body odor issue. On January twenty fifth what airline were they flying? What airline good it be? What's the stickiest airline number four? Could it be spirit?.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I know it's awful. Yeah. Second one is. I don't know if you've seen this movie it was fantastic with James Gandolfini and Tom hardy the drop now never saw drop bar. It's one, and it is amazing, and it's a very subtle relationship. But it's all obviously about a drop more. Yeah. But I mean, everybody check this out Tom hardy, it's James Gandolfini last movie. Okay. Did see I saw that went to see that. In fact, it wasn't. It was a box office dud? And it was after a Gandolfini passed away. They released it and my son. And I went to see it out of attributed, even though critic it wasn't critically acclaimed, but they will like three or four the movie the Mexican he made with Julia Roberts was three died. I think I may be wrong. I listen to this one is Connor from New Jersey. This is good. Good morning to you. Hey, good morning guys movies. It's John Ford movie, Maureen O'Hara, John, Wayne, the quiet. It's right. The quiet love that store. It was set in Ireland down. What was the name of the town? The name of the town of. Balance. Anyway, I was there. Call. I'm kind of Barry FitzGerald, of course, he's the he's essentially was a western set in Ireland, and is a big fight scene with John John Wayne victim McLaughlin, and Barry FitzGerald, the old Irishman, and he's he's he's sort of. He's a chaperone, and he gets John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara on this buggy as they call horse-drawn cart. And he goes, no putty fingers, if you please. I. Centered in the village of Cong Cong Galloway border was the name of the that's the real name of the town is calm. And it's just like it was in the movie again, I was there two years ago. Son. I believe county male. But the town in the movies, call figured out interesting a line, four Franken fort Lee, this is really a love story between a father and son, not really a man and a woman. Franken fort Lee, what's going on brother. How are you? Love your show. It's fantastic. Thank you. Thank you. That's right. What do you got the champ? Yeah. Mean Jon Voight, and of course, Ricky shorter. Thank you Frank that was a father son, and at the very end of the movie when void loses the fight and he dies, actually and rookie shoulder screaming. Wake up wake up jab. But. The wife hated his guts. And I believe in that movie in that particular because it was a remake. She was played by Faye Dunaway. But that was not the original, right? Exactly. Jackie Cooper and Wallace beer. Yes. In the original. And it's still stands the test of time. And no one opinion says the test of time and it's fake as a kid, you will cry. The kid wasn't nearly as good in Ricky Schroder as rookie showed. It was seen. Both. He really wasn't in the original rookie Schroeder broke, your heart. He killed you. So the Jackie Cooper was good. All right. We'll take a short break. We'll get back to these phone calls. You guys are doing a great job today. One eight hundred eight four eight WABC one eight hundred eight four eight ninety two twenty two we got two guests in a role coming up that are both great..
"james gandolfini" Discussed on KGO 810
"James gandolfini? He was a brilliant satire it came out maybe five years ago and the same filmmakers did the death of Stalin about six months ago, which I didn't like as much steeper Shammy. But this movie in the loop people should see it's this brilliant, James Gandolfini played like enormous Schwartzkopf type of character. And he's brilliant in it, and it's hysterically funny. And it's just really it's got a lot of humor kind of like the way Dr Strangelove has which also love now. A lot of a lot of political stuff, but a lot of humor mixed, and I really liked. I don't know if you mentioned this frost Nixon, the Ron house amazing film. Yeah. And it was so good. Yeah. That was that, you know, we don't know David Frost was kind of seen as a as a celebrity not a real bright guy. And nobody really thought that he would handle his interview with Nixon effect. Everybody thought Nixon went handle the interview with him. What was the name of the actor that played for Nixon? He was great. He was oh, he's the guy who was married. The Whoopi Goldberg. I always forget his name. He was in. Oh, yeah. Florida's Casey knows. What does it Franklin Franklin Franklin jello? Yeah. And he was also in Dave he played the the kind of the aero Haldeman in the movie Dave with Kevin Kline, which was another movie would not as good. But I mean American president is over the top. But there's a couple of fans in there that are fun. But it's not it's not about fun. It's about what movie really? Reaches out and grabs the American political experience. Again, I to me Charlie Wilson's war. Here's here's a movie that nobody would put on a list if they're doing less like this. But it definitely would be online. Just because I love it as a film election Alexander Payne movie, you know, he's the guy that did sideways, and he does all these great movies. And it's about a high school election where Reese Witherspoon is the classic president. She's running for reelection Matthew Broderick tries to sabotage the election because he doesn't want her to win it, and it's just a really dark teen comedy. And I just think it's really it's probably you're right. And I think that there's one thing about the political experience in the United States that is it stands at us consistent to me. It said the idea that that if you you're not uninvolved that people can actually change things. And I look at a movie has nothing to politics, but like somebody like Erin Brockovich, and that story about, you know, the the groundwater contamination and how you know. You can change things. Now, granted PG, and he never did clean up. A lot of stuff in that town has you know, still has problems to this day. But it showed you that small people with not small, but people that are disenfranchised can still step in and make a difference. I mean, that's see that's what I really love about this country. Is that you know, it's a little people still when they get together with other people that are little anymore. They're just bothers me that you have to Julia Roberts movies on your list. Well, no, no. I just want. Charlie Wilson's war. And. I didn't. That's the Brockovich it on my list thirteen days, Syria. Ana is another one a good one too about if you're cynical about the Middle East connection. Let me take a phone call in here. Gina what what movie in your mind? Captures of American political experience. Yeah. It was interesting listening to both of you talking how every movie talking about his male dominated. And as a woman the movie, I think the contender. I I love Jon Allen. I mean, she's a wonderful underrated out, and it was about her maybe rising to the vice president. But then, of course, congress and the committee because of her sexual. Really encapsulated swimming politics, and how it always comes to that double standard. Joan Allen is fantastic. And for the record. I mentioned Erin Brockovich. But also, truthfully Gina it is a male run. We're not talking about. We're not being pollyannaish here. We're trying to describe what two systems like, and it is run by and it is male dominated. And that's unfortunate. Because I did. I don't know if you've heard my piece on Oprah earlier. But I I open Winfrey is a star in my opinion. I I think that. She would be a great president. I don't want her to run because I think she's better at what she does. And you are you are marginalized once you're elected to a certain extent. And you don't see a lot of that. Yeah. And my point bringing that up is that you were saying like what kind of like what encapsulates, you know, our politics today. And I think that's what does is that women as we tried to break through, you know, whether it's silly trying to be president. And you know, some people just not really seeing a woman being ready to be president that kind of my point is that I was bringing up is that what recognizes me anyway, or, you know, my point is that women have a harder time getting to that point the metoo movement when we found and found out who is doing most of the the harm to women. It was Phyllis the people on the left that you know, that the, you know, the the whole entertainment industry that's supposed to be all about empowering women turned out not so much. Hey, great call. Thank you so much. Should just go ahead finish. I'm sorry. What? Just going to take you know, you mentioned earlier Abrahams and house will be the first African American governor in our country, and that's just sucking away. When we're in two thousand eighteen so. You know, you gotta you gotta break down doors that sometimes sometimes you gotta do what? Hey, by the way, go on YouTube and look up a politician and for in Texas named MJ Hager H E, G, A R and look at the video on her story on YouTube. You'll be in tears. It's an amazing woman. And I'm trying to get her on the air M J H E A H E G A R M J Hagar. Okay. All right. Thank you. And that that woman's story is a movie, but anyway, what was going to say, Josh? I was just gonna say she conveniently forgot that. I just mentioned election, which was about Reese Witherspoon writing class president being sabotaged by men. Fictional thing. That's not. And you know, she wound up Jon Allen. I also wanted to mention a movie nobody knows it's called the upside of anger with Kevin Costner. She's the next door. Neighbor, brilliant baseball movie baseball per se, but he's an expert baseball player. Jon Allen, great was that one. He pitched a perfect game at the very end. That was just one res a retired baseball player doing a sports show drinks a lot and Joan Allen husband disappears. And they don't know where he is. And I remember really cool story. Film critic the guy who hates all the movies and Raphael with us here on Keijo Raphael movie. That captures the American experience. Lincoln oh with Daniel day. Lewis allen. Yeah. Because I mean, they go through all the whole thing about trying to get the votes, and whether or not the south is gonna you know, you know, sign a treaty or not and he hold. I mean, the whole thing the way that the whole game is great. He's got like the lobbyists going out trying to get them both promising postmaster jobs to certain people if they vote a certain way because they're lame duck. And all of a sudden, it's basically shows how our political system work then. And why does the way it is? Now, you know, what there's two books since we're talking that that I mean that Lincoln I read gore Vidal's Lincoln which is a fictional. But it's a great book. I'd recommend it everybody. But Hamilton Byron Cherno, I believe that's his name and pronouncing it right and founding brothers. Joseph LS won the Pulitzer prize for founding brothers, the story the relationship, Jefferson and Adams and. What's up is confessions of an economic hit man, and it talks about how we used to send guys out, you know, not necessarily like CIA agents spoofs like, oh, you know, take down like the shop ran, but it talks about how we used to financial means in South America and throughout the Middle East to take over the world globally during the latter half of this century, and I recommend that the great referring one. Confessions of an economic hit, man. That's a really great list. My friend. I better be good. I'm going to come back to you for the money. Okay. Out of here. Thanks for the call. All right. So got a whole bunch of Email or to put him on Twitter. If you want to add chip Franklin Senate, and I'll post them on my Facebook page, so everybody can get a piece of that real quick. Oh, I was just going to say about the movie Lincoln. I hate to say this. But the year Lincoln came out. There was also another Craig movie about ABRAHAM LINCOLN. And it's going to sound stupid. When I say the title, but ABRAHAM LINCOLN vampire hunter, obviously thought it was a fun movie pulled a lot about his early life. It was really interesting odd movie Queen, Freddie, Mercury story good or boating rhapsody for human rights as a good you'll like it. No, you know, what I'm a big Queen fan. So I liked seeing the concert footage. And when they're in the studio making the record the problem with it is they don't really delve much into the band members or even that much into, Freddie. And and that bothered me because what I wait this movie with is like take a bath. You love wants us Queen, for example, if you took queen's greatest hits CD and played in your car, you kind of be like, yeah. I like all these songs, but I've heard them a million times, whatever it's kind of like that with this movie. You're watching him do the things you like in concert, and you're. Thinking. Wow, they're all movie about the beginnings of them. And everything was but it starts in nineteen seventy when they start. So we don't really know much about their home live. We don't know much about their wives. So it's like, it's you're like, what are you trying to accomplish with this movie? Freddie. Mercury fan. I band. I was I still can watch that scene in Wayne's world when they're in the back seat of that car singing. I'm glad you brought that up you listened to this. They had Mike Myers. Played an executive that does not wanna release bohemian rhapsody is a single and he's in a wig and glasses. So it doesn't look anything like Mike Myers and at one point in the media. He says nobody's going to be in their car rocking out. Banging their heads bohemian. It's a little inside joke. Mike Myers you. Remember, Wayne's world, gotta roll, buddy. Thank you, man. Again. Josh Boorda critic. So there you go. So you heard a lot of the top political movies is anti-semitism of Republican game plan. No, will you better. Tell Republicans running for office because they have different ideas. That's next. Every.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Financial freedom for yourself and your family. So that if you're not already there, hopefully, someday, you can reside in that land of critical mass and we hear from money. Talkers we weak out that reside in the land of critical mass, very very happy. And of course, money talk comes your way each and every weekend talking about subjects financial and looking at the headlines and seeing more and more well known celebrities, dying intestate is something that really triggers a reminder on money talk for all of our listeners. And that is that it's very very important not to die intestate without a will. I mean, we've heard from. From various celebrities that from the news on various celebrity passing that this has been happening. The great actor James Gandolfini that started in the sopranos the artist formerly known as and then later on again known as prince. Aretha Franklin more recently. Artists actors who died intestate without a will what happens to your assets when you die without a will. Well, it depends where you live your state of residence will determine what happens to your assets in the case of prince. It's the state of Minnesota. Whatever state applies. Every state has laws known as intestacy laws in place. And these laws determine how your property your assets will be handled. In the event of your passing these laws vary from state to state. There's no way to assume from one state to another that there's any consistency at all. Because that's the way it is. Now, there is a good source for you to look up the laws in your state and that is about dot com. Wills.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Hambo you're on New Jersey one zero one. Point five I. Was beach. For Go out there and it was middle. Middle of the week Here's the voice farm you're saying though you catch any fish So maybe somebody work by James Gandolfini You. Know like I said. Jersey. Shore, perfect famous people apparently here yeah. Yeah I get that? All? The time. So what are you fishing forty Troy No I can't? Break? You can't Know we. Talked a little. Bit after that wait a second are you saying that he, took, your poll and. Was like You want to go fishing Fisher oh my God That's so you have. A, story for life that is so freaking cool yeah problem is he? Shows, you got. A camera taking pictures for, solving. No my cellphone Do My name and number and. Stuff We'll send you some stuff Never. Got anything in the mail Keyboard The place down in mama county for, awhile restaurants and delis gas. Station so You're not around he wasn't. Sure Mark thanks for your call from everything. I ever heard about James Gandolfini I think that one was just wanted to slip through the cracks because he, always he seemed like a guy his word, in a very friendly affable guy and he probably handed it off to somebody who probably lost a piece. Of paper or something like that that's probably why I. Didn't show up penny, in brick. You're on, New, Jersey one zero. One point five All right penny, penny Nice, not working out great but I just wanted to let you know I've been Carlisle PA for car show, up here years. Ago and. I met American choppers American shopper was. The one what was? The show what would? They do You know Junior senior they would fight, a lot Yeah Orange County choppers if you, want if you. Will Familiar with show than. I, am just vaguely all. Three of my, conscience penny.
'I love you, dad': James Gandolfini's son pays tribute to him on the 5th anniversary of the 'Sopranos' star's death (updated)
"Tanger blues band while governor phil murphy and actor hugh jackman rocked out kessler reporting former mexican president takes a seat on a board to push for legalization of marijuana former mexican president vicinity fox calls himself a soldier in the global campaign to legalize marijuana he's now joining the board of directors of the publication high times fox's stance is strictly business he believes a robust legal marketplace only new jobs and medicines and could one day be a part of the north american free trade agreement among mexico canada and the us fox also says legal weed could cut cartel violence in his home country daria albinger abc news number of americans who smoke cigarettes has reached the lowest level ever recorded centers for disease control and prevention reports just under fourteen percent of americans smoked in two thousand seventeen in cities rate was even lower eleven percent but higher in rural areas fifty years ago more than forty percent of americans were smokers five years ago today the world was stunned by the death of james gandolfini june nineteenth two thousand thirteen stunned stunned by his sudden death james gandolfini was in italy on vacation with his family when he had a heart attack while alone in his room was found by his thirteen year old son family and friends were crush joe pinto liana was again phoenix funeral that's what he should be remembered as an amazing artist gala feeney won three emmys for his role as mob boss tony soprano on the hbo series the sopranos the role that defined his career next time you'll find yourself in a back trucks james gandolfini was fifty one when he died jason nathanson abc news hollywood shitting shopping be as much fun as summer itself that's what macy's backstage is.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on Movie Crush
"I'm like for example james gandolfini for example i put my face forward and i should on my nick i talked to my nose look like when you're doing it transformative process it's it's all just mechanic's a flight up in he and brad pitt brad just barely bouches mouth yeah yeah he's one of my favorite that you do thanks i mean he's just like very much he doesn't even open his mouth very much yeah yeah dab hands like this yeah the pointing and stuff yeah so you know and it's it's it's all in mechanics thing for me yeah but that makes sense because the weight like you said the way you speak has to do with whether or not you've got your head to the side or your slumping or slouching yeah that really kinda drives someone's vocal range i think definitely so i can't imagine someone doing it just kind of standing in regular post i can i i don't know i mean some of my impression friends can do that really can just you know be as they normally are as they sit in sound booth like this and they can do that night can't i have to fully become that person yeah you know debbie ever done it on stage like as a did you ever do stand up or anything yeah i've done that before i've done a lot of impressions on stage you know stand up was always like that was like the my my white whale like my moby dick it was always so allusive always i tried it a few times i was never graded it got so scared but improv i did a lot of improv and that always came up in the improv like somehow.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on WTMA
"Real masters degrees not fake masters degrees in sociology real ones hard ones difficult ones i kept trying to prove myself i'd walk on glass because i felt if the glass hurt me it was a good it was a good place to be walking i was reading the other day actually i saw this the other day as a side note the great actor james gandolfini who played tony soprano in the show the sopranos loved it in fact i'm watching reruns them so bored of television and each episode is still a masterpiece size reading an autopsy of tony soprano of james gandolfini some show i don't remember what channel it was on last weekend and they said that the guy was a tortured soul gandolfini and he was a big strapping italian kid from jersey he was naturally very big and that type like a gladiator but filled with insecurities and the thing is he would put rocks in his shoes so he felt pain in certain scenes in order to project the pain as an actor you ever see some of the grimaces in the sopranos or any of his other movies you'll see what he was doing to himself to make himself feel the anguish that was trying to project it's astounding when you listen to this stuff and you learn what actors have to do sometimes to really get their their image across but i don't wanna get too far away from the the topic one of the topics we're gonna talk about today which is bullying and such because i know it's going to come back again we've got loads of calls onto conservatives really upsets how can you as a person and law enforcement ever vote for an illegitimate democrat who gives felons the.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"I kept trying to prove myself i'd walk on glass because i felt if the glass hurt me it was a good it was a good place to be walking i was reading the other day actually i saw this the other day as a side note the great actor james gandolfini who played tony soprano in the show the sopranos loved it in fact i'm watching reruns now i'm so bored of television and each episode is still a masterpiece so i was reading an autopsy of tony soprano james gandolfini some show i don't remember what channel it was on last weekend and they said that the guy was tortured so gandolfini and he was a big strapping italian kid from jersey he was naturally very big and that type like a gladiator but filled with insecurities and the thing is he would put rocks in his shoes so he felt pain in certain scenes in order to project the pain as an actor you ever see some of the grimaces in the sopranos or any of his other movies you'll see what he was doing to himself to make himself feel the anguish trying to project it's astounding when you listen to this stuff and you learn what actors have to do sometimes to really get their at their image across but i don't wanna get too far away from the the topic one of the topics we're going to talk about today which is bullying and such because i know it's gonna come back again we've got loads of calls on conservatives really upsets how can you as a person and law enforcement ever vote for an illegitimate democrat who gives felons the right of vote especially cop killers like cuomo we've never.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on WTMA
"Real masters degrees not fake masters degrees in sociology real ones hard ones difficult ones i kept trying to prove myself i'd walk on glass because i felt if the glass hurt me it was good it was a good place to be walking i was reading the other day actually i saw this the other day as a side note the great actor james gandolfini played tony soprano in the show the sopranos loved it fact i'm watching reruns i'm so bored of television and each episode is still a masterpiece size reading an autopsy of tony soprano of james gandolfini some show i don't remember what channel it was on last weekend and they said that the guy was tortured so gandolfini and he was a big strapping italian kid from jersey he was naturally very big and that type like a gladiator but filled with insecurities and the thing is he would put rocks in his shoes so he felt pain in certain scenes in order to project the pain as an actor you ever see some of the grimaces in the sopranos or any of his other movies you'll see what he was doing to himself to make himself feel the anguish that was trying to project it's astounding when you listen to this stuff and you learn what actors have to do sometimes to really get their at their image across but i don't wanna get too far away from the the topic one of the topics we're going to talk about today which is bullying and such because i know it's gonna come back again we got loads of calls on do conservatives really upsets how can you as a person in law enforcement ever vote for an illegitimate democrat who gives felons the right of.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on WLOB
"Reading the other day i actually i saw this the other day as a side note the great actor james gandolfini who played tony soprano in the show the sopranos loved it in fact i'm watching reruns now i'm so bored of television and each episode is still a masterpiece size reading an autopsy of tony soprano james gandolfini some show i don't remember what channel it was on last weekend and they said that the guy was tortured so gandolfini and he was a big strapping italian kid from jersey he was naturally very big and that type like a gladiator but filled with insecurities and the thing is he would put rocks in his shoes so he felt pain in certain scenes in order to project the pain as an actor you ever see some of the grimaces in the sopranos or any of his other movies you'll see what he was doing to himself to make himself feel the anguish that he's trying to project it's astounding when you listen to this stuff and you learn what actors have to do sometimes to really get their their image across but i don't wanna get too far away from the topic one of the topics we're gonna talk about today which is bullying and such because i know it's gonna come back again we got loads of calls on do conservatives really upsets how can you as a person and law enforcement ever vote for an illegitimate democrat who gives felons the right to vote especially cop killers like cuomo time my cool we'll have time senator kalyani governor kalyani we didn't have the time i feel great movie.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on The Film Vault
"Over there on three to brian tweets tweet at right now you're looking in the future is stop assuming that you know what you're talking about any chance to get a lot of a lot of tweets james gandolfini also in this it's a great cast is gonna cast anthony heald the slimy dr chilton from sounds i also reacted yes he's a goodness i also reacted strongly to the x twin come to daddy track being played at the end or the rain scene the record deti come to daddy i love that track so you know maybe i had a little heads boosted and if you ever seen that video affects twin the all the little girls running around his face to sign me that i am not seen doctor zhivago assigning ceiling she didn't lie schindler's list i missed that one line spot so if he's choice i don't even know what you choosing coming cheesy aren't film gouda and swiss i don't know what she him she wasn't near it's not it's not on my shoulders to remember every classic movie you've missed it i keep a list i should just have a list of the top hundred classic movies and just work working way down or up or up all right we we don't see i'd milkis all right i saw film this is a movie that i've been stocking theaters for a while now but wanting to watch it for about a month and just has not been playing the appropriate times and it's i don't like to do this as you listeners know i don't like to talk about a movie that's on its way out of feeders and it's about to be in limbo for a little while and it's brought to be able to if i do peak your interest it's going to be a little tough to to to get to but i'm talking about the death of stalin one of the highest rated movies housing.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on KOMO
"Hundred places to live in america famous rep alam nye invoked seattle born chef mariel that first callous deflect the mob boss tony soprano himself the late actor james gandolfini and for you northwesterners they always popular former nba commissioner david stern graduated from veterans as good good folks at the garden state glove kosei here new jersey high state can beat up your state before got a problem with that jim next time i mix lease keep on football travelling you know what mark i just learned so much about that school and new jersey i did i did did you learn anything right there why did god wanted to look into weather forecast real quick energy like back hot around here age maybe record next you're you're right now seventy cloudy looking at maybe range tomorrow on thunderstorms oh yeah weather have an impact is the question oh you never know all right we're just get warmed up here coming up right after the news we're going to chat with comifor sports director mike ferrari now mike is always on our show that guy always does its homework and he's a sports guy again he's a sports director coma he knows he's been covering the husky for like twenty years he knows exactly what's going on there here he knows all the players and he's got a very tight relationship with coach beat but he has a very interesting spin on today's game again we have mike fairy coming up in just a few seconds but right now this is husky kickoff on komo news don't go anywhere we have a lot to talk about as an area that gulf tomorrow i'm going to with the ira attack it will be texas will this year president trump sharing his weekend plans he also is declaring sunday a national day of prayer in houston officials are asking people in some neighborhoods not to go back to flooded homes even as the waters recede because it's still dangerous and there's an update i'm at chemical plant where a tank exploded yesterday there are nine containers holding camp the orca plant and crosby one of them caught fire erupted yesterday and now ceo rich row says he expects more explosions saying the other eight will have to burn themselves out.
"james gandolfini" Discussed on Pop Shop
"The last seen between tony jr is just absolutely devastating like that like i think of whenever i think of life's impertinence which is often i'm sure yeah i think of that seeing just like restocking who was on who's like doesn't have as dentures and he's got this horrible tshirt ani's in the state run mental facility that's like got no funding and he doesn't even remember his nephew is you know and and get or that he wants to ran north jersey with tunisia yes bother yeah manages tells you like you know eventually everybody just disappears and and just a look james gandolfini gives them is just be just communicate so much with his eyes and um yeah i just feel like this is so much so many moments like that man so many little character moments because tony does manage to basically interact with every major character that's left on the show you know later he has the more seek visit sell just and there's basically no dialogue there but they knew that people were going to want that you know how do you feel about a yet so i will say that when when the serbs came out did not care for the diet came out of the final seen stillincumbent to the the episode entire for a long time i still when call one of my favorite sopranos episode just because like the really aren't like sopranos was like a like a although was a show about little moses also show be really big moments like i i think about like whitecaps the the episode where young him can carmella finally have their nasty split and there's just a moment that efsa they're so emotional a and and so so overpowering that like it's just of you never seen on tv before the that level and this is not neps it like that i mean there are some scenes that better kinda subtly devastating with when you mentioned with uncle junior and there's a couple of others like it but it's very much to me like a life goes on sopranos episode the stuff with with age in metal really stuck out to me when i watched a last name like.