19 Burst results for "Jason Schwartzman"
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"This ten fingers tinto's shoulders and all the rest at night in the black branches in the morning in the blue branches of the world it could float of course but would rather plum rough matter arians shapeless thing. It needs the metaphor of the body. Line an appetite the oceanic fluids it needs the bodies world instinct in imagination and the dark hug of time sweetness intangibility to be understood to be more than pure light that burns where no one is so it enters us in the morning shines from brute comfort like a stitch of lightning and at night lights up deep and wondrous drownings of the body like a star. Forget it forget. Mariela glad you guys aren't gonna them. I didn't want you to be robbed of the poem. That's always favorite parts of the show. Thank you for being here so much. matt you've done it before jason. I'll explain we have the guest. Say the catchphrase. It's how we sign off the show on my gosh. I'm just Earlier i was through samantha. Got to say to. It was just that in the movie. I just love this one moment. When you're in your brothers living with you just get it together samantha. You're like just get it kinda pop your head in the room and say come on. Just get it. And i just remember thinking like like that is so I was like i was like see. You can be cool and makes the end have together. Like comes a time when you're like a got him just flick. It's always nice to see that like it's inspiring to see like just like you got to hear it. I was out. I gotta get it. I mean we had been in odds. He's been more together than i have over. He's for some reason so he's been popping on Morath in the past few years of just telling me get it together so somebody they're just kinda just into but like it's it's he's he's got it together and i wish i do that for each other but it's nice to him. He can't tell him he's probably watching this right now. You you me tom. Well the sign off would be yes keeping crispy see map news there their their own. Thank you so much newer. Wonderful mattie thank. I'll never forget those songs you did. Thank you as beautiful and nice. Nice to meet jason. And we'll do it. Live one day and thank you everybody how to keep it crispy in the comments and valid. I will try and toward some point. great to see you live and also we am. I do feel bad that we didn't get to a lot of your questions. But i did see enough in the chat to see that you guys were like falling in love with each other which was really sweet. So i love that you I just always feel so grateful for this community in that you got to communicate with each other Yup thank you for being here. Thank you for being here. Thank you for those keeping krispies. Yes yeah crispy guys thank. You make chris..
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Saw some a cane have shot him even see you saying then go. Hey lab take it so sad you can lead some sandton man and the main long the me. Would you say a dome on. Doesn't mad. Lee chatter food. Get bad so it being so man. Were in some transact long day. Let me take you back to men me jack. Jinju for the sun to five o'clock in the moment at sixteen billion feet above so young. Some king soon came. T can so me own. Son say time leaded be this distant access. I wrote this with the walter. Martin and booker to jones shannon. I are doing it on acoustic for you. Pete enjoy.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Is kind of pillow. Talk or or pillow. Tug isn't stalling. But they're like actors is a of stalling. Sometimes we wasn't treason. Just being yeah. Yeah and i think when someone knows you so well you just go and it makes it harder because then you have to be you hold each other accountable like it's like you are holding. Bet you can do more like they know where you can go and so i think that it's It's such an like you were saying. I've been working for twenty something years. And i realize it's so like how many people i mean. How many people are you friends with that. You've been friends for twenty years. I mean so. It's very odd. That i've been working with have a friend that i've been working with and It's just it's very. I mean it's not something. Also that i like. I assume will happen every time it take for granted like you know. It's always exciting when it comes around and it knows experiences like with the writing. You know it's really. I learned so much. It's it's very intense and it takes a long time you know. Look you'll take it takes a long time to to work on. But it's i always feel like i learned so much he's like a he's he's the best. Our relationship is so based around like Will just making each other laugh. And stuff. But also and i be myself. He was the first person that was like not in my family. That like looked at me and talk to me like I was not a kid. But it gives woody's and it didn't feel like it was like a. He's asking a pity or isn't it was And i felt like this person actually wants to know one. I'm thinking well he put. I mean a huge responsibility on you at a very pivotal point in his career. But just to this day. Even there's just like am i mean also you know he's a he's my i would say he's my mentor in a classic way. Because you don't want to admit him. I was seventeen at nine was a bit. I love movies but it was my movie like what i was interested in was like more like like the movie human highway. Neil young or like sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band or super fuzz The peanut butter solution. Like just these kinds of things that were on cable. I guess like adventures of remote williams comfort movie. I love. i love him. But i hadn't but like i records a like what you don't as having a heart and so on i started to west really. It was the kind of the beginning of instant. Look there's this all of these movies and We got to watch all these movies together and we talked about them and are an. I listened to music a lot and so our that are relationships still is so based on like sharing like liquid movie. I found or look at the record. Like in just a kinda like turning each other on the things. What can i expect him. French dispatch of using the final cut. I've seen. Yeah i i will. I will tell you when. I watched it but i reaction to a little bit different When we were talking about it in writing it was so wild because we're Writing about this place in such detail. That's not real and then when we got to the set and it was real. I just thought this is the most beautiful thing that one can do in their life like you can say there's this you can describe something that doesn't exist and then a few months later does it. Looks amazing. it's just how you pictured in the movie. I think is wonderful. I think that it's really It's got so much. So many stories that have so intertwined and it's really something that we put a lot into it. I'm sure you can say a lot about west doesn't half asset what's his heart and soul into every shot and be there i won't i won't burn up the rest of your day. I as i said at outset. You are comforting. Presence is and. I'm thrilled to see you. Even in the czar times especially in these bizarre times hayes And will will catch up in better days and everybody as i said before. Fargo is a special piece of work mohali. obviously is a remarkable Storyteller season four. Whatever erasing for we want to say what are you. What are you doing. Are you doing some drilling jason. Faulk man. I was trying to be nice gog okay. This is the rest of your day. You just go to the woodshop. Nevermind jay z. Y. beginning and do Woodworking engraving everybody..
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"And when i see him it's i remember when i was like when we on rushmore. We are working in. Forget what it was but it was something like can. Just make up a hypothetical situation. We're just but this is. You're gonna understand the feeling like a bike tire explodes on a person who's passing by and he says oh here i get. You just take a t-shirt if you take a t shirt you wrap it up. You can put it inside the bike tire. You put this come on it and it. Here's to now. You should be able to ride that back home. How has then like the next day. Like a someone consumer bush you and i. I live in france in france raising. If you're gonna live in france you gotta live on this street with any just you realize that. This person is a go from being a single blade to slightly two knives at menu realize this is the army knife and one of these like this wide with a bad to glass of that and i remember distinctly being Seventeen being. I want to know all of this kind of stuff How does he know all of this. How how does one learn to do this. And and i realized that You learn to do it because you're him because you say yes to life into adventure and you are not afraid. And that's why. I'm more of a plus pair of pliers one glass. I'm marie news. You know it's i. Remember by when i see him It just kind. Like i. Just i love him. I just And some have so many incredible experiences with them. You know i'll tell you like he like has done so many wonderful things and said things that really i think about to this day. I mean there's one thing that he told me the night before work. I still don't really understand what it means. But i think about it every day on every job i've had where we were we were we had just met the day before. And we we've rehearsed and walked back to his hotel room. And i said something i said. How do you know when you're in character. You keep in mind. I'm about to start work tomorrow him. I've never acted before. And he signed at character. So how do you know when urine character any said. How much do you weigh. And i said like one hundred and forty pounds. He goes do feel a hundred and forty pounds on your feet. And i said i know when you do. Then you're there. And i thought okay i think about it all the time 'cause i've never felt it the weight my but i always ask myself. Do feel it in my emma. How much else myself. way but But that kind of beautiful phillips lytle. No no i hear you spend. You're gonna finally feel that you'd be bill. I get it now hundred four at every time it see there's one line he'll say where are limited. He is watching me. He'd come to watch and a. That's also something you people watching you onset like the crew. I really don't like it with other actors. Come to watch because they just are thinking. Just get him in place and and so It's like here like the making of we are the world just everyone just like. Can i just do it for one. Second waiting people my birthday work. Bill said I was so freaked out. It understand what was going to do. He said something that he saw me doing. And then i use that as as like. Oh that's what i will do that. Thank you he goes. I like your guy. He's sharp because like less and i was like. Yeah i know. And that's what i'm doing is cooking android. Yup yup that. I kept the whole time. Still you know i I i appreciate it. I mean i'm more of an indoor chit than i normally get out much. I was thrilled. He he murdered me last year on the set of zombie land. I played myself and bill. Murray killed me. It was a moment. Jason alexander as you said every moment with him as precious and you feel like you're zen-master so i will. I will be one of the memory. I take my. It's like a martial art mass. Like no you about him is amazing is he. He's able to read and misread. But the same way. I mean Like a set of people's energy in the room like he's like a he can just read he can look around and just had a feeling that person right there go that bursts and m shakeup their daily the sense because i've seen also in my publicity kind of settings and stuff i moderated some things with him and it feels like he knows how he changes the energy in a room and he doesn't necessarily want that he wants like to interact with people. I kind of berry like base level and is really good at kind of defusing the pomp and circumstance that people put people on a pedestal for like nandita. He's just a dangerous guy in general because he's physically big you know he could beat people up and you also can. He's a frightening. He's the most frightening to bullies because he can embarrass you. Smartest guy in the room. Yeah but he's just you know people say bill. Murray whatever like i said this. The format like It's like like my whole life like like in my whole life. People there was always this a calculator. Write a very old school calculator. That jason showing me ben. This is new. But it's loopholes but there was always a calculator and people say now. When i was a kid we didn't have you know it's like that like bill. Is this always bill murray. Yeah yeah i don't. There wasn't anything. But i don't know i wanna know why that bill murray like we're talking about was my son with all this stuff. Just like yeah. He is an element easier. Water fire and i don't wanna take up too much of your time today but i do. I'm excited that. I mean at some point. I guess we're going to get sec- french dispatch story credit on so. This is one of those that you collaborated obviously very closely with west on. How is this was this unique different kind of a collaboration versus the others. I'm sure everyone has. Its own kind of way out of this. Yeah it was really fun. I mean it's working with the west is just a you know. It's we're talking earlier about like being embarrassed. And i think one of the nice things about working with like with him is he and i don't mean negative but he sees me like it's be so in such so bad for at such like not low points in my life but not highs over all shades of your core and therefore there you can get to. The.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"You don't. We used to come for because people you say comfort food you kind of has like almost like a sometimes it's like a negative connotation or whatever just like yup indoors at your and i don't really go to movies in that way music but more so i don't use them for like i'm so obsessed added to put a movie I think i'm lonely or i'm curious. I feel confused of sad more music. Maybe but but Yeah there's something by if. I'm afraid it's what i want. For instance on on airplanes. I'm not like afraid of flying or anything but i always have Spinal tap on my ipad. The one movie on it so whenever Just be you know. Look if there's turbulence and just feels buckle your seatbelt hi. I'm marty burgi start watching spinal and a. Yeah i just yet. it's more. It's sort of like to counter like an antidote yet to unease too uncertain uncertainty. Whatever the word is this. Is you know what this is this. This will always make you feel a certain way. What i mean growled. Days is an interesting one because it's one that i mean. I think a lot of people would agree with you and i. I'm trying to figure out what the secret sauce is of that movie because it is unique. It's it's it's a high concept movie on funding but it's also comes deeply profound. Feel like they're even more like the pieces and college papers within about day than any other comedy. The last thirty years Did you read that interview. There was like. Oh there's like a whole thing in the new yorker years ago like about the making of that movie. No i don't maybe i have or maybe i've certainly i know that like infamously. Ramos of course directed it and bill Was was a tense shoot. They didn't talk for many years afterwards. Apparently up until one was close to passing thankfully they did resolve their differences. But no i didn't. I didn't i need why i only a little bit. I was just gonna say that There was from what i gather. You probably know that the movie had a different ending race. Or something was more exp-. I believe there was like a version of which was more explained. O of like why he was going to is one of my questions. I was going to bring up. Do you think that's part of why it works is that they never even bother to explain the device. Yes i think so. I mean to me. I can't point to it exactly. But it's in that tradition of almost like you know older films you know from the forties. You don't wear something magical takes place dome or something like where there's just this this is. Just this is a fact this yep to get on the now yup yup and and And if you're trying to figure out you're already just go it. And i and i do when it's well done. It's great i mean. Sometimes i'm like what but you know. I think also groundhog day to me is like i think it's also just makes you feel comfortable to see someone doing something on the highest level. Yes leg and firing also unders. Yeah absolutely i. Also if i if i were to have a real comfort food but i feel like if i did i want to make the best of something like like i would want the best french fries right. You know what i mean like. I'd wanna put something in to counter talks the the other thing and so i feel like it's like when you watch that movie it's like oh there is beauty. Eds's performance just little things. You know it just you know and to me. That's just the kind of stuff. That's what i love about movies music. I see something nice go. Oh it's just like his wife. Even if i know why i like something. It's actually yes. The part of it. That makes it interesting. Yeah that tangible caller. If a love it and i don't know why. How was your relationship with. Bill evolved over the years. I mean you've worked with him a number of times by now. I think he's because a bunch of western films be writing. Mom i mean i. It's such a unique circumstance to have debut. Like you had opposites such a unique actor like bill whose unique for a thousand different reasons on. He's not really a. He's kind of legs. Zeus something like one of the god. He's like you. My relationship with bill is that I love him so deeply. And if i could like you know if when you pass away your life flash before you you don't Or you see moments of your life like offhand like ten moments that i could over member of my life. He's like six of them and they're not even like the best thing that happened in my just like that was unbelie. I can't forget that and The same time So i respect his. His life is privacy. And you know i don't. He's got his own. I'm not like You know texts texting right. There's still there's always going to be a little bit of distance. Maybe the wrong word. I just feel like he's you know he's been mazing person and i love him and he's an artist and And he's working. He's got a lot of stuff going on and.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I didn't know fargo. I didn't know much about the show. When i but i will say that when i did when i saw the poster that was like that knitted remember thinking. This is going to be good. I don't know why. I know you can't judge a book by its cover. But it was a good at the poster. I loved the knitted. Ed then You know colin hanks martin freeman. I just was like you know those are good actors and and i was so I love the first season so much about sort. It's so it you're right it it's Yeah it's like it's related but they become their own thing but you know it's cool messages from watching it and loving to the years is like it's it's not even well i guess it should be called fargo but in a way it could be any of them because they're full of references from all of the film yes yep And it's so neat to see that And but i don't think like when we were shoot like i don't like on a day-to-day basis. I'm thinking that noah short. And what noah i just go you what is he going to do and then he knows how he wants to go and so i think he really turned it into his own type of A thing and he's such an incredible person talk about legs Like a like. How would you like a like. I hate to say but like Like a like a starting pitcher who is a closer like a like a. He's intimidating we start smart to come in. Rose six pitches in the game's over like very efficient and very articulate for me. It's still helpful. If i don't know what someone. I need i think i just need someone to over. Explain sign on fully grasping. And he's able to do it in a very economic way and like i just make up an examples like We'll be doing this scene in hawaii. Gordon say he lied ice cream. Okay but i. But i not salmon great guy that can kind of honor the right synapse young novelist and stuff. But yeah i i love the. I love the cones i love. I love miller's crossing sewed so much i love you know obviously big lebowski e i saw that i saw marie soccer proxy. Have you seen that one. I have in past. I figured starts get live those two that i didn't see. That's my whole. That's my area. You won't be disappointed. Hudsucker proxies one of my pet favorites. Even though it's not generally considered it was it was like for them when they actually got a lot of money and got a big movie star. Paul newman do it. But it's hysterical. I mean i love. I just love their That they're just always making things there so you know for the first time. They're they're temporarily at least breaking up. Joel coen directed a movie without ethan first time ever let me sounds amazing. It's a it's an adaptation of macbeth with denzel washington and francis dormant That they've felt that but it's just a joke cone movies the first solo cone other movie. Why no easy. I don't know. I'm i'm sure they're still cool. But like for whatever reason intriguing. Hey i asked you to pick a comfort movie and going. He sent me a few. But i want. I want to jump into one in particular because it obviously has huge resonance with your life and career because we already talked about bill murray and he obviously was such an influence early on and remains. I would think Why did you choose wise groundhog day. A comfort movie for you. Well first of all. I'll tell you the real the real reason and i'm going to start off by saying that i don't believe in ghosts say that out loud for any of the ghosts that might be around and i believe in you do you. Not real not real but Sometimes i really Don't leave but haven't active imagination and sometimes Traveling know or even is here. I don't know what happened. But i have a hard time like sometimes going to bed just turning off the tv every or just turning to myself just into the bed night my wife. My wife could just be like untie willing to bet go. I'm just like wow and i'm alone. I have a hard time. there is a the. There's a silence to the darkness. We turn off the lights. And as much as i don't believe in goes i have had over the years nights when i don't feel right or whatever like in a in a place ram spending the night and so i have found that i put on a movie and just have it on all night long in the room. Creating like a light like the glowing of the movie and In the sound. I just go right to bed. I don't watch it. I just go to bed. And i guess in a way to sort of fill the room with joy yup or to overpower of my word feelings and i had like my vhs player was ahead. Originally had one of those players were the second movie stoppages would who and rewound an and. I started again in so a this habit in high school of watching movies. When i'd go to bed. If i was feeling funky will one i found was that groundhog's day was the ultimate movie to be falling asleep and waking up to throughout the night Because it's you have no idea where it's the perfect movie to watch over and over again drawn any moments which is and I guess it's just like it makes me so happy. That movie That if i'm afraid It just kinda makes things less scary in.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I do remember addict one. I got unexpected. Laugh very quickly and i remember thinking bill will hope will be proud of me. Stop on. I've got into the eighteenth. Second mark i got said like you were a drummer. A thing or he sits is said not trying to not making a judge said i I was sort of nothing or something like that and he laughed and it was like the most incredible release. You can really feel tension. Maeve your body. If you accomplish like a goal like that either. I just. I felt so happy and it was the best. Yeah was the best applying a lot kind of out of body relief experience. You had so early on to work. That's come waiter and jumping all the way up to Fargo for instance is your latest project from the genes that hallway which is a a show that you had a lot of reverence for and i do do you. Do you still have. Maybe it's not quite analogous to the letterman moment. But like my sense from you is you do have those moments onset. You're very much aware of the macro and the micro we are on knowing that you know you. You know in our tapes. When the racing car there was a a version of the racing car game that had like four buttons you press and red green yellow blue. And they were one. You hit one and you are in the driver's seat in you're just outside of the car three. You are above it and four. You were like way out and saw the whole race. And that's very like as you say like i eat i I'm such a fan of Movies and music and and things every day. That i mean the like is so. I'm shocked when i see how a relaxed people on. How do they all seem. How did they all look like they know how to be here. Did they take a class. You know i feel very always very You know first of all well when it goes work. I'm always scared. Isn't the right word. But it's not like i'm not like high fiving. Anybody like like you know in basketball. And they get announced in the runoff. The michael jordan show that you can just see. He's so frequently last season the zone of nervous excitement. There's a nervous. And i don't you don't just you know it's funny. It's because maybe it's i. It's it's a i love drumming so i like that it was back there. I like keith moon. so i'd like the back there but it's big but i. It's very awkward for me. Even literally on the second one of the last as we were shooting it was like the scene where i had to do something we were trying to figure it out on on fargo said well. Let's just let's just everyone's quiet. Let's just see what he's gonna do. Wyatt should see what you're gonna and i look around. Everyone just looking at me. And i was like please. Don't keep talking. everybody it is. It's not a it's embarrassing you like to to you know it's like so many things are going through your head. I'm gonna get fired. Are people going to just do like. What is this stuff. You're saying resonates. Obviously i have a different as an adjacent profession. I get it. Because it's often asked me if i get nervous talking to actors or filmmakers i admire and the answer is yes i do i and i and i feel like i have a second site where like i'm constantly watching me talk to like kurt. Russell michael monroe. You're like i admired and it's like But there's also a switch in there that's like in it and i agree with you the stuff the i get nervous about is like when i have like for like hosting kind of thing introducing something like every all eyes on you as opposed to. I can converse. I can be in the moment with you. But when it's like presentational like and more of you mean like an additional like in a very traditional presentation on type of thing where i get antsy when it's likely it resonated with me when you were talking about sort of like show us what you're going to do and it's sort of like totally focused on you as opposed to something. I'm collaborated with someone else on alerts. Okay josh do your intro. And their thirty people on the set waiting for me to deliver question when you do listen back to your shows. I do and it's painful. But i do when you listen back. Do here to hear that yourself going I am really engaged with this person. I am listening or are there times when the person says something but you have something else you wanna say you kinda go over and you go. Gosh that he was just trying to say something. I think kind of interested in like being in a. How able are you to be in the as you have this thing. I'm talking to kurt russell annual so talking to him in your in it. There know how much you feel looking back. I guess i was in the mall. I was engaged. I was there. Yeah i mean. I don't mean to go down this rabbit. Hole on the josh. Horowitz experience. But i do i do definitely that is a fine line at kind of a wave. I'm trying to ride where it's like. It's obviously about who i'm talking to. I also wants to feel like a conversation. Something we're engaging in. I do sometimes like yeah. I'll do our relic on. I'm jumping in a little too much. I need to hang back a little bit more. But it's such at this point it's like a field thing right. It's just sort of like you're just trying to be engaged. This'll the also. The computer has changed. Probably so much way you know people communicate i was. I'm not as familiar. I don't do it as regularly but and is all that's the word. I have a hard time saying swayed sounded like that but i was on a call like.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Schwartzman. Jason schwartzman a soothing presence in my life always even in these strange especially in these strange times. It's gonna see buddy good to see you and a student presence you are. Is that that you're that you're right back at me thank you thanks a little bit of a grammatical con into helmet when but it is a second. I saw you come up here. I felt much much better. Sweet well we. We've been talking for for many years. You've been acting by my count now. You're a veteran. Twenty plus years of acting when you do the math that shock you when i when i say about. Do you feel still imposter syndrome. Twenty gig yeah Very much because that you know that it's a ito. I if that's the case then i've been playing the guitar for like thirty years. If i think about that i should be a lot better at the guitar and I guess you can't manage. I guess you yeah. That's but yeah. I mean i'm Yeah just makes me think. Gosh it should be better. That's not what but no that's amazing. That's crazy. I looked up the just when i went down the youtube jason schwartzman rabbit hole. You go down every night as you drift off to sleep your first appearance on letterman. Back when you were promoting rushmore is of his trip to watch. 'cause i i mean i sent like i would have gone insane. I'm sure you were going insane and you hold it together. Pretty much do you remember. Was that a big moment for you of eating dave and that's a great question and well you know yes It's so It's hard to describe but that whole year was was so strange. Because since i was thirteen might i. I was dead set on being i wasn't. I've been playing drums since i was ten but i but i i felt like i will be in. This is my mission is to be in a band to make records and there was nothing really else and so everything was going In my head and then a senior of high school everything was with got changed very quickly and so everything was You know it wasn't even like a wasn't even like It'd be like if someone put you in like a race car. Said just you know. Do the best you can if you finished tenth or whatever i'm like i don't wanna to crack crash. This wasn't even part of the dream and this was like a dream. You know you had at that point. I was just kind of like in survival mode and anyway so yeah that whole year. Everything was freaky to me but i but i'll never forget I i was with bill. Murray mr bill murray and the movie had come out. I think anyway. I said i'm going to be on david letterman. I had never done a any type of press before and He said something that you know. I think When bill says something like this you're you laugh and then you realize that it's it's very you're laughing because it's so true and i said yeah i'm gonna be on david letterman. He said oh. I said do you have any pointers. Be funny. you're dead untrue. Said and he said no he said he said you have to get a laugh in the first thirty seconds. If you don't he's good enough and has the power he'll just take the interview away from you and that'll be that watts and that will era dental bigger. You know he's he's so smart. He's so good. He knows what to do if he can sense that. There's nothing you're not bringing much of the table. So okay i'm gonna talk with you and make it into something and that and i had a lot of warning before i went on. It was like a month and a half high was so I couldn't believe because that that by- funnier deadbeats get laughing. Thirty seconds. that is just Just a hard strata. That's hard and out interest said. Your mom is hot. And that that's a while i i haven't seen it but i do remember I went there. I remember how weird it was too because i. i didn't realize how i'd only watched it on television. I hadn't of course most people but The size of the place. It confused me. When i walked out i forgot the audience. Go and your mic inawashiro. You might for television. But you're might through the pa system in there so you your voice is booming and you have a slight slap bag of it. It was so much to go. And i'm looking at him and it was like it was like someone wearing a mask of david letterman. Yeah like you know if you saw. It's like it's an icon. It's a symbol someone. You've seen your hall there. They are and you're there and you only have seen that show from these certain angles on television on a sudden urine an angle. You know you can only been if you're on it which is in looking at you and it was. It was just my brain was totally scrambling. But i'm no i do remember addict one. I got unexpected. Laugh very quickly and i remember thinking.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Prepaying or is humans. Happy sad confused begins today on. Happy confused jason schwartzman on fargo and his comfort. Movie round hog day. Hey guys i'm josh horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Said confused jason schwartzman back on the podcast today. Talking all things coen brothers fargo. Yes i know the company didn't do this fargo but it's inspired by the coen brothers fargo and of course we talk about his comfort movie of choice and today Very appropriately. He goes to a bill. Murray movie jason schwartzman. I can't think of taste towards him. And without thinking of his debut and film in rushmore alongside bill murray so i was particularly tickled that he chose groundhog day. Which is of course. One of the classic bill murray films of all time This is a fun chat with a. You know the the word that comes to mind about. Jason schwartzman affable. He's just he's just easy to talk to he's comforting. He is soothing I think that's why. I always enjoy seeing him in a film or tv show and it's why i always enjoy catching up with him. This conversation was a delight. And i hope you guys enjoyed as much as i did. This was taped before the events of this past week has been railing about the insanity of the election for so long. I am so relieved. I exhaled like many of us did This past week when the returns came in. And yes joe biden. Kamo harris will be the new president and vice president come january twentieth of next year and That is hope in a time that hasn't had much and that is responsible adults in a time where there haven't been many responsible adults and no they're not gonna fix everything and they're certainly not gonna fix everything overnight but man we've got problems and we've got problems that need to be dealt with Lot to be dealt with even with the best people let alone the incompetence. That's been at the top of our government for four years so i'm not going to go any further than that but just to say. I'm glad we all came out to vote. I'm glad we all showed up. I'm glad we made the efforts that we did. And i'm quite that there was a clear Rejection of donald trump would like liked the senate. Yes but would i still like the senate yes. It's possible if you want to focus your efforts. And i certainly am coming this january two senate runoff elections in georgia. And if the democrats take those than we can get some real shit done guys. So that's the next focus but anyway okay enough politics talk. It's a good day. it's a good time. New york was just alive with hope and excitement this last week and it still is today and it's a nice refreshing unusual feeling and in what's been a really really really shitty year until four years so i'm i'm going to enjoy the moments in terms of the pop culture side of things. Yes jason schwartzman is the guest today. But other things dimension. I've been chatting with some really cool actors for my various You know the various hats that i wear that a couple of really fun conversations for mtv that are gonna show up very soon caught up with serbia. Ronin owes love talking to search. She's got a new movie called ammonites his excellent in. That's fun. that's coming soon. Chatter will look latisha right. Who is someone. I haven't talked too much. And i was real. She's been on the list of someone. I've wanted to kind of get to know a little bit more. And she was fantastic a really great conversation about her heart and the new steve mcqueen anthology series for amazon prime. If you don't know about this. I mean you should because this is pretty cool steve mcqueen one of our finest film-makers on the planet has directed not one not two but five five films for an allergy series on amazon prime coming. Soon it's called small acts and it's got i've seen. I've seen three of them actually. And one of them stars guy. John boyega being balanced hold red white and blue. I think that's the that's the final installment and latisha is called mangrove. So that's well worth paying attention to. That's coming soons amazon prime. And and as i said i i spoke to latisha for that one and it was a lot of fun also fun. We took a week off for stir crazy last week with the election madness but we are back this week in a big way with a really awesome episode with zachary quinto if you've seen my after hours zachary you know what i'm talking about if you haven't i highly recommend you. Google zachary quinto after hours of comedy central. Go to or go to comedy central page and look it up there. It's one of my favorites. We've done in recent years and man. I've talked zach awad over the years use on the podcast not so long ago but I really enjoy exposing his comedic side because he is. He's just the bottom line a great actor but because he presents a so kind of straight serious can expose his wacky side. It is a delight and that sketch after sketch was fantastic and this episode of stir-crazy which comes out this week is equally bonkers and fund. So look out for that on a comedy. Central's youtube page my social media. Josh horowitz on twitter and instagram. that's a fun So yeah we're in. We're in the throes of november guys where we are fast approaching the end of the year. Normally i'd be talking about all the oscar bait and we are kind of talking about oscar bait their stuff like manque and hillbilly. Lfg lots of stuff coming soon. But don't forget the author seasons all screwed up this year because we are gonna go well into twenty twenty one for oscar eligibility so I've been seeing some really good movies but we also have time to catch up and see more good movies and in january and february would normally. We'd be talking about kinda crappy movies. So i'm excited about that As a film geek. so Yeah maybe i'm a little chipper today because we saved democracy or maybe it's just jason schwartzman who just puts me in a good mood. Either way. I hope you guys enjoyed this episode as always remember to spread the good word of happy second fused. Your reviews are always welcome and they they help kind of just you know. Push this out further into the universe And they are much appreciated in the meantime. I hope you enjoyed this conversation conversation. Rather if i can speak with jason schwartzman that was conducted by the madness. I don't think we talked about election stuff or any of that but just for context. This was a few weeks back. His series is of course fargo which is on fx on hulu from the great no hallway. It's like the fourth installment of fargo. And he is part of a great ensemble again this year. Here's me and jason.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"That they haven't even gotten a series order that they're doing this sort of promotional song and dance just for the pilots, it's not even up for. Yeah it's not even up fronts. They haven't shot the pilot yet. We have to move through because after this nonsense. She gets sick of him. 'cause he's mean. There's a whole rigmarole, but then the end point of it. is she sick of it because she's me? She's she over here's. Jason Schwartzman about how they tricked her into having no lines because she's having fun up until that point, she doesn't yes realize that she has nothing to do until they tell her. She has nothing to do in a movie that has given her almost nothing to do for the last forty five minutes, and then it is revealed that even though the which is fictional. Yes, aunt, Clara and later uncle. Arthur minor characters from bewitched are real. Guess I guess they're the only ones who are real right. They do exist like any Dora does not know she's got a father. She doesn't have a mother your. Entirely different character types except the actress. Playing door also is a witch, so you have one relative witch, who is exactly like the character from the show, the same name, the same relation, then you have uncle Arthur, who seems have magical abilities, but only appears to will ferrell and never interacts with the religion. Maybe they hint that he might just be oil barrels, mind maybe who's driving the car. Like. Breakdown who's even. Clearer. Yes..
First poster for Wes Anderson's 'The French Dispatch' dispatched ahead of imminent first trailer
"I look at the French dispatched. The next move for Sanderson and we're recording on Tuesday. Trey was coming out Wednesday us. We don't have the trailer I imagine we. We know what we can expect a lot of people this movie. He released a poster. It's the most wes anderson poster of all time it's supposed to look like a cover of the New Yorker Magazine Snakes and the New Yorker also had the exclusive rights to release the first images this from the movie Has So many people in the movie. Bill Murray Franson Tilda. Swinton Jeffrey Wright Adrian Brodie Benicio ACL. Del Toro Owen Wilson Timothy Xiaomei Lee said do Liev Schreiber Elizabeth Moss Edward Norton Willem Defoe search around and Kristoff vaults Alz Jason Schwartzman Rupert Friend Henry. Winkler Bob Balabagn. I mean Anjelica Huston. The list goes on and
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Double Toasted
"To certain degree like lady killers so or I mean maybe you can say big Lebowski but yeah this. Is this like mob movie that they've done. Yeah Yeah Yeah exactly. He's still they offer. Wow look at my top draw no further looking again. My teeth diaries. Legitimate yeah man. I very interesting that they've gone this season man. I'm looking forward to looking forward to it. And just in great cast Jason Schwartzman in here much of the GIONTA character. The way he looks he got. Yeah like a part of Harris I like I. There's so many movies I think they I think they cast Jason Schwartzman just for that Little Red Moustache Guy in almost every fucking movie. He's in. He's got that little ready hipster mustache all the movie. He didn't have that mustache wasn't clouds. wease cartoon characters rights. Somebody like him. Who is who is the actress? Man Keep WanNa try to put more complicated. You got any Benny's Zuma's small chicken powder. I've had a world class day. Holy Christmas.
Turns Out, Most Men Don't Know A Thing About Their Prostate
"Today's episode is about Prostate Cancer Awareness to kind of commemorate prostate it prostate cancer awareness month which is September my friend. Alana Austrian wrote to me about a month ago. She said Hey can you do something for September just to kind of talk about this. I work at Zero Cancer. Dot Org and we focus on educating people about the disease so she sent me some facts so I'm going to read this paragraph. It's most commonly diagnosed cancer among young American men and one of the leading causes of cancer deaths among men every seventeen minutes an American male dies from prostate cancer. That's a little more than eighty six deaths per day and thirty one thousand six hundred twenty this year alone that's enough to fill an entire baseball stadium worth of guys so get informed and play along with ten questions on prostate cancer in popular media written by Alana and her group and check out zero cancer dot org. If you want more info on this 'cause enjoy today's episode enjoy the Trivia and check out that website. We're going to jump into those ten questions right now. Here we go. It's all right here. Are Your ten questions. On prostate cancer related mentions in pop culture has written by Alana Ostrich and she said many of your favorite actors and authors have portrayed or written about characters that have struggled with prostate cancer in popular media on September being prostate cancer awareness month quiz your knowledge in today's episode and learn about the real life risks of prostate cancer and zero cancer dot org or by searching Hashtag and prostate cancer sir on social media. Here's the first question number one in Nineteen ninety-four movie did Robert Duvall Star is a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate tanzer number one. What was that Nineteen ninety-four movie with Robert Duvall as a newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer number one question number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist list number two in what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousands did Elizabeth banks have a recurring guest role as urologist number two question number three in what Golden Globe winning net flicks series does Danny Devito play according to the AARP AARP A chipper urologist number three in what Golden Globe winning Netflix original series Danny Devito play according to the Aarp a chipper shipper urologist number three number four what Hbo Comedy Series did Ted Danson's character. d'Or of George have prostate cancer number four in what HBO Comedy Series Did Ted Danson's character of George have prostate cancer number four question number five what beloved character story line on NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer that much to the relief fans he survived. What was that character's storyline number five. Who was the character rather question number six. What iconic comedian starred in a one man stage play titled a man in his prostate number six iconic comedic actor starred in a one man stage play titled a man and his prostate number six question number seven? Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth Number Seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Roth works battles prostate cancer in what Book Bad Roth number seven question number eight what nineteen seventy five western by Glendon swore without which the following year turned to a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist j books as an editorial gunman who also learns he has prostate cancer number eight what nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon swath out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Agnes J books as a notorious gunman learns he has prostate cancer number eight and question number nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features ends with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. I think the word ends should be scenes now that I'm reading it number for nine which book in a four part series by Richard Ford features scenes with the character Frank Bascom and his wife Sally flying to the Mayo Clinic due to his prostate cancer diagnosis. He's in number hand the last question of the quiz in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer number ten in episode two of the beloved ninety Sitcom Northern Exposure which character tells the town's new doctor that in terms of his medical condition. Everything's under control. It's just a little prostate cancer serve number ten those your questions for today's quiz. Some are easy summer tougher. Let's see how many you got right out of ten in just the second all right here. The answers to the quiz on prostate cancer related questions number one in one thousand nine hundred four movie did Robert Duvall Stars and newspaper newspaper editor who gets diagnosed with prostate cancer that was called the paper. I remember that movie. I've never seen it number. One the paper question number two and what Popular Medical Sitcom of the two thousand did Elizabeth banks have recurring guest role as a urologist. This is one of the only ones I definitely would have got in. Its scrubs if I'm not mistaken. Jd has a baby with her but maybe it's somebody else but I think it's her number two number three and Golden Globe winning Netflix original series does Danny de Vito play according to the AARP a chipper shipper urologist that is the Kaminsky method saw trailer for that but I don't know much about it the Kaminsky method number four and what Hbo Comedy Series Did Ted Dancing Scherzer of George have prostate cancer. I only know one. Hbo Show He's been on besides curb your enthusiasm and that is bored to death which is the answer here bored to Death Zach Galifianakis the Jason Schwartzman. I think around that to number five what beloved character storyline. NYPD BLUE NYPD blue includes a serious battle with prostate cancer cancer that he survived detective later Sergeant Andy Sipowicz played by Dennis Franz number six what I kind of comedian starred in a one man stage play called a man in his his prostate that was the lead voice of Carl Frederick Sin from up Ed Asner at Asner number seven Nathan Zuckerman a recurring character in several Philip Wrath works battles prostate cancer in what book by Roth it's called Exit Ghost Exit Ghost number eight one thousand nine hundred seventy five western by Glendon unsworth out which the following year was turned into a Western film starring John Wayne in his final film role features protagonist Jabe books as notorious gunman who learns about his diagnosis of prostate cancer cancer. That's called the shooter. I I've heard of it. The shoot EST number nine. 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"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"It was slow. It did not hit all its beats. I thought but fantastic. Mr Fox with the the usual west enersen cast of just great voices. Great actors. Mean George Clooney Meryl Streep Bill Murray Jason Schwartzman. The the list goes on and on Owen Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Michael gambon. It is funny fun story to follow any animation is just fucking gorgeous fantastic. Mr Fox in easy top three in for a few until I went, oh, no shit. It was number one. But it's at number two from trill number two number two for me spirited away. Like, I said, I think a lot of people consider this to be the best Keebli film. I love this from top to bottom. I think the pigs when parents could turn into pigs of animation still hilarious just a beautiful movie the animation styles. Fantastic. And it's really heartwarming story. Top off. That's it too. Good pick again oversight on my part. It should have been in my list. I realized I'd done fucked up on that all right audience number two the land before time I actually thought that was going to be number one. Doe number one makes sense for what it is Ken, Jack is your number one the same as mine. Yes. In the spider verse. I mean, it is just settles hit all the goddamn notes. It's beautifully animated movies. Like had some just outstanding sequences like you wouldn't expect to be shot in an animated film. If you look at a movie like fuck instructor, whatever like, that's one thing. This is this whole separate masterclass in not just like. Cinematic filmmaking. But like in enemy, and it also was fantastic storyline. It was culturally truly important and odyssey again. Like, we said is for me. I think the best comic movie of last year, and it just really stood out in Israel. That has went from really not a lot of exposure to like one of the biggest. Genres know movies right now, it's very unique differentiated a lot of the worst cast of the most show moments in it in the action was also just sick is great, and that's one of the very few movies out deftly slept. The most watched on for last year. All the notes there's nothing else to say on that. It's just it's almost incredible animation. I've ever seen it innovated when you innovate in your also great movie. I mean, you're gonna get praise from the rest of time. It's just unbelievable definition of. I've just every fucking person at talked to that amazing. That's why number one trill you're different than ours. What is it? My never once Princess monon. Okay. I knew another Ghibli movie. You know, like, I think my top ones, obviously Princess-mononoke a spirited away in house moving castle. I like the I guess the ones made in the mid two thousands. But monon okay was fantastic as well. Actually, I've only seen the dubbed version of this. So it had the Billy Billy Kudrow up in then. Oh, hell, yeah. It was who is. Who is in? I'll forgetting the name she many driver. I think was voice of monon. Okay. But saying these movies always hit the spot. I liked the mysticism of this movie. The the spirits in the forest in even the action sequences, really cool. To thornton. Oh, wait. Yeah. No clear. Danes was you're right. I think many driver voice, the the ruler of that city. I think. John D'amoto voices a bender from futurama and Marcus fenix gears years on among the things in Jada Pinkett Smith. Against the grain pick. I love it trill. While you're lifts always get the most praise on Twitter people like going on a limb or just the normal boys here audience number one, take a guess, here's our lives so far Madagascar Shrek to despicable me. The LEGO movie how to train your dragon spider verse ice age, the iron giant land before time and. We can give you their little more time Madagascar Shrek to despicable me. Lego movie on a train your dragon spider verse ice age iron giant land before time Shrek. Yeah. Trick nail it. Number one Shrek just missing their list..
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Had this at the system, and I guess the band that did this phantom planet. They did a green room. Remember that said I do. Yes. Jason Schwartzman drummer up. Jason Schwartzman, the actor from Rushmore. Wow. Cool, really? He's an actor. He's he's a drummer for. We're not talking about the American pie. Are we? That's Jason Biggs, you, sir. This is good. Pluses grabby. Driving down the war. No. California. You. Bag for today's. Okay. Not okay. Chow? Uh? It's okay. It's not okay. Raising Sparrow a gender neutral. They be what a baby it's not a baby. It's a baby. Neither bore boy nor girl. Ari? Dennis says, quote, we did not assign a sex at birth which means when they were born they had genitals. We know what they are. We just chose to acknowledge that those Gentles don't indicate anything about gender. Hell you. Sparrow is a smiling. Curious adorable eleven month old baby if you met Sparrow, you might ask if Sparrow is a boy or a girl the answer. Yet to be determined. When did they make the big decision? The baby gets to decide what gender the baby will be all the slow play love that. This is not okay. Gives me tuned in seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five. I was right where you are John until I read the article I thought you got to choose one like don't get it. You don't have to choose one. You just go with whatever the baby is you don't have to choose one new day. You look at you. Whether the baby has a male parts or female parts, and then you start there. And then if you're as any issues along the way, you cross that bridge when you get there. I thought the same thing it's time to to redefine the norms in society, these days, it's been this way, male female, I long as we can remember it's time to reassess this is gender neutral parenting families like sparrows, choose not to disclose the sex of the babies some take tone down approach by encouraging there. Kids to play with all kinds of toys and wear any kind of color, and then this this these parents are are taking it to the extreme saying we will let our child determine what their gender is once they reached the age where they determine they want to be a gender. I do not treat my daughter. Like, she's a girl. I treat her like she's a baby we play baseball. We we do stickers. We watch movies are watching the boy or a girl. So I mean does that does that play into it? I'm not looking like I will have to get her doll. That is looking like whatever she's into I'm gonna get for her. That's totally cool. If she can't use ten and said, dad. I gotta be honest with you. I don't understand why have this. I felt like boy my whole life. These dresser in girls' clothing. Yeah. Yeah. She is she's I mean when I look at when I see her she appears to be a little girl in every single way day appears to be well known. I'm talking about. Baby. You don't use pronouns like that? You don't know. She's a girl yet. Sorry. But she calls me and says she thinks that she's a boy at ten then we can talk, and I could let her know how I feel about a I'm gonna let her decide whatever she wants to do that's best for her to me. This is one of those things like gay marriage. Well, how does this really affect us? Right. We're going to start looking online. Oh, these kids are gonna get bullied and we're going to act like we care about strangers kids ten years down the road if they want to raise their without. And let the baby decide how does that all affect us? Precisely I think if you and I don't know because I really don't care what you're saying. But there's probably an argument to be made for caring about the kids because no child should be making, you know. They didn't decide that they wanted to decide does that make sense the parents decided so you've now taken this decision that is just insane to have to make as a child. Right. Put that on a child. What is what does that? Do what does that do for the long-term mental health of a child to have to rather than just know what they are? And be who they are. They have to decide and they're given an option to decide the tremendous weight, and you trust a ten year old to know what they what they really want to do. Great question in. Why are the parents making this public information? They are doing it to forward the movement of gender neutral parenting. That's a thing. There's a closed Facebook group called parenting vacancies, why not keep it closed. Why not keep it amongst yourself? I if I had something would they what's going on in my life. And I was confiding in my parents and telling them about it as a ten year olds I wouldn't expect they were taking it to Facebook. And letting everybody else have an opinion on it. Sure. But these parents of this they want to let the world know, it's okay to let your kids. Choose your gender. Why should I let a doctor? You know, my mom or dad, choose my gender et should be up to me. It's my gender. They have another child who discovered gender around the age of four. So after after experiencing that they wanted to raise this child without a gender until the child is old enough to determine a Jennifer itself to be to be named to be announced. Phil what's up? Hello. Hey, phil. Okay. Or not. Okay. Not. Okay. Why is that? Well, it's funny. I just gave birth Saturday morning. Congratulations. And thank you. And I actually mentioned something like this to one of the nurses at the hospital. I asked her if she had ever if anyone had ever had a baby, and she just kind of laughed. I think she thought it was ridiculous. But I think you know, all this glorification of of weird gender stuff. I think it's part of the the the globalist plan to decay seventy seven five seven nine hundred thousand five. Yeah. Out of here. You're listening to the radio show. What's up? Robert, welcome to grab a live show. Listen to my radio show. Instead. That would be the right radio show for him. What do you think? Bob. I believe it or believe it or not I'm I'm a bit of a moderate. I guess middle of the road kind of guy here when it comes to this. I don't think that it's great for us to push cultural, gender stereotypes our children. If my son six years old love them to death. If he plays with the doll. I'm not gonna freak out and go, y'all. You need to have a blue bedroom. Be a ball. I know. But at the same time he was born with a penis that was not circumcised because I am an intact. This is in my opinion, intuitively, a boy, and I'm not gonna throw any doubt in his mind when he in my opinion, again intuitively knows his own gender identity. I'm with you on that one. I I respect where these parents are coming from. And I think it's great that we live in an era where people can be encouraged to follow their own path and their own voice that said the weight like John set of having to choose. I don't think kids are ready for that. And and and when you see that a baby is born with a penis. Maybe this a simple and binary it's a boy, and if and it has a vagina, then it's a girl, but maybe that's an old outdated way of thinking. The new world order. Seventy seven five seven nine to five. And you have to ask yourself like we'd all like to hope and wish and think that these parents, you know, their heart's in the right place. But how much of this is just about them just about them pushing their agenda or doing it for attention. However, you wanna say or is it really what's best for the kid there. Because that seems if I'm a young kid, and I've got to decide whether I'm a boy or girl that sounds pretty damn stressful. Correct. Are we defined by buyer privates? Like is that what defines us file logically? You're a boy, but you could feel like a woman your entire life, and then go through January assignment surgery in your woman when when earth is gone and the other planets are rewriting writing our history. Are they gonna say there were Mandera women? Are they going to say there were human beings? And when they got together and had sex, sometimes some babies happened from it. That's probably exactly how their history, and they gotta let me write. This guy's good Jameson. What's up, welcome? Did you grab a live? Hey, how you doing? What's up? So I think it's okay, I'm a teacher and a parent. And I think that if you don't put if you don't make these kids aware at three or four or five years old, just let them be kids and subscribe to the idea of their happiness. Issues not even issues because you thought about if certain things start to come up in conversation. And and you're also assuming three four five year olds have this immense amount of maturity to decide these things, right? No. You don't have to tell someone you're a boy or girl, but you're happy, and whatever that happiness happens to bring them in adolescence is kind of up to them and to be as supportive parents to let your kid grow up. And I mean. But then you don't let your kid ten years old get, you know, some surgery because they may regret it later on. It's a double edged sword. It is a it's a very interesting area worthy of discussion for sure because why should we care what gender anyone else assigned to their kids or lack thereof? But then again, you think if the kid going to kindergarten for the first time, oh, I see you're a boy now identifies as a girl way. What it's not even so much about mentioned the potential bullying happen. What about in? We'd like to think that the parents are going to do everything right and inform their child perfectly. But what's that first day of school? Like, right like like, take the bullying aspect out of it. I mean, what's the kids name? Sparrow, spero. I don't think anybody show up on the first day of school, and you go. Hey, are you a boy or girl, you just you let you let it happen? Sparrow, Sparrow, doing Sparrow things. And you decide what Sparrow is. No. But they are then going to step into the the real world where I'm sorry. We still predominantly call boys boys and girls girls, and they they have been living in this fantasy land that their parents created where they have to take on the real world through this lens. That's just not realistic. Our buddy, Tori, spear said, isn't there a difference between culturally defined roles and basic scientific anatomy? Can't you raise a child in a non gender defined role without denying Adamy? I don't know. Well, that sounds complicated. It is it is. But I I don't know if you can do that like can you say biologically? I am a boy, but gender definitely unsure see I agree with John that this is this is about the parents. But I also feel like you can sit there, and you can look at something go okay for so just for our whole lives. It was just like boy girl market, and we don't want to do that. Or we wanna let arcade decide that. Why should it be up to us? I guess I don't have a problem with people just looking at things differently than how we've looked at things for all of our lives. Seventy seven five seven nine hundred fifty five and eight hundred seventy seven wanted to five what's up Oliver high great show..
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on The Film Vault
"And it'd be like grapes. Good news. There's a some three coming out. That's not good fucking. For those human. I know the only thing Brian likes more than a music doc is a wind. There's not enough of them two of them. And I'm seeing the both because of you. All right. We're we're going here. Number three for me. All right. My number one two and three all could have been my number one. It was kind of just a coin toss. And because my number one has a couple people involved one by proxy like I said I decided to and because this one. Was the same number three because not many not enough people saw this. I love movie when I think about it. I love me when I watch clips of it watching the movie itself. It does not go down move. I'm talking about Jason Schwartzman. Philip Louis Friedman in listen up Philip twenty fourteen films written and directed by Alex Ross Perry stars Jason Schwartzman. Elizabeth moss. Jonathan Pryce there's some other names in their Schwartzman in Rushmore. Could he's very pretentious their Schwartzman place. Pretentious Peretti pretty well. Alex. Ross Perry is like a cult. Indie director. Well, what else color wheel people in them? What what people might might know Queen of earth. I flipped that one not too long ago, the color wheel, and that's pretty much it this one her smell actually came out this year. Not see I need to see her smell pretentious. Alex, Rossa Perry movies. All right. Here's a clip. He Alex Perry out there Philip play by Titian Schwartzman. He's a young novelist. This is he he's just finished his second novel. He's got a lot of angst a lot of concern about how it's going to perform the way it manifest is. He boasts. And it looks and word. He is very self obsessed. Very self-centered and. He beekeeping in ridiculous fashion to number of ex girlfriends and Kirk over here, he is catching up with a friend of his maybe perhaps that girlfriend. I can't recall at a park them a little while. And this other conversation goes. Pretty hectic with my new book and everything it's pretty cool. That's not cool. It's fucking amazing people reach this level. Not really don't. Did you ask me here? She could talk about yourself. Next question next question. That's yes. Good. And this is kind of him throughout the film. He's insufferable. But there's something fucking amazing about performance about isn't tire character? And I love it. It's just hear the jazz playing in the background. That's kind of the mood and the and the the field the entire film it tastes like jazz tennis balls throughout. That's right. Hints of the first to get. There's another great. I had a hard time picking the right seen to for a clip for Philip here. Because there's so many good ones. There's one where he's speaking with a student because he's all he's also a professor, and she comes and she just wants a reference, which is kind of standard for you know, professors students, and he's like, yeah, I'm not going to do that for you. Because I don't know you that. Well, and she's like, no, it's just kind of standard professor, and I haven't caused. He takes wall. She's talking. I made her case he takes a blank piece of paper uses a automatic stapler a couple of times on it. And he goes now not going to. Here's a paper with a couple of Staples on he's just such a horrible horrible. Fuck this movie. Listen up Philip is worth watching just for his character. Which is the tire character. I wanted it to go down smooth. And it didn't and went down jagged. Bryant. Caustic. It was. To listen up. Philip. I should've looked harder for a clip. Not a lot exists aside of side of the actual movie. I'm going back Anderson going back to documentaries, but you're gonna appreciate this. Troy Duffy presents the could've done Billy Mitchell. I Mitchell so fucking pretentious a lot King Kong. Yeah. We he gets a lot of play calling his great. But I'm talking about overnight the two thousand three documentary called overnight direct by Mark Ryan Smith and Tony Montana. Troy Duffy is the subject of it is it is the Shakespearean documentary that has, you know, the the massive Heuberger of enough is a is a. A drunken lout he's an angry angry into social, man. And he is people people know what this is about right..
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"That's good isn't it yeah that don't know how you know how works someone david hockney way there it is this the painting it's just it is what it is i should have thought this through before i started talking about it now i'm going to come on stuck i haven't thought about it either it was mainly an excuse to pretend to be einstein and say holly pops we all family lamb how are we doing for time i know attention okay we're gonna go about two o'clock all right we're going to leave here at two o'clock yeah we're gonna cycle over to his offices he's based in parents yeah he's just down the road from here was an i think i must have met him in two thousand five because we just that second finished the hitchhiker's guide to galaxy and there was an actress in it called zoe who was fantastic and at the time she was dating an actor jason schwartzman who'd been in one of been a few of ways it's films now he the one i'd seen him was rushmo which was his first film yet which i gotta say when that came out schwartzman's first film that is not is right schwartzman's first film wedges second feature found i remember seeing that film rushmore and i think i went back the next day to see it again and i was i loved it so much i was almost angry do you know what i mean where you're like oh it's just how do you how is supposed to what's the point and so but you asked me when i met him and it was in two thousand and five we'd finished hitchhikers jason schwartzman go in touch because i go to paris for a few days in fact my wife had sent me there was sort of said go way for couple of days because you've just finished it was all the press and everything had been done and i'd never done anything like that before and it does such a winey thing to say but it does actually play with your brain.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast
"People will do more on board of animal of and here i get this so much the way i say i like it i so much that people different country it that's why we stay on any we did not suffer language we were perfectly happy speaking are all gaelic tom but then adam book student's grandparents came over sauna call more any one army that's the one thing on my english accent they got so paranoid malaysia is that go like if i'm doing an english accent something and i'm like oh my god i can't believe that anyone stand up and i can i do again zana and him i think he's seen the clip of david a russell going insane on the cessive iheart huckebee's no with lily tomlin no and he's the other actor jason schwartzman and i think dustin hoffman we'll knows as well um it's pretty special near because it goes on and on and uh he's just going nuts nia chief yelling and screaming and that god he disappears out of a door in this at the back of the set and you can hear yeah haringon rat asked greenhouses fucking balls yet yeah stumping around and then he appears again it through through another door different door in the senate junk almost and he carries out the other thing and i'm not putting up with that polls show it is funny though it gets me i mean i i don't need him so when you're angry to commit a different door and for you to know what he's going to say john lewis hugh.
"jason schwartzman" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"But then they still used him till two basically makeovers body to some sort of weird you know military base cyborg in and greg just replied sit in says yes it was i it was similar circumstances for me and that with all thing now they're serve like moonlighting as you know would jam banded in new york city copy house i mean i was happy to see them come back yes the cast size is huge i love jason schwartzman night thought that chris pine was so so much but much like chris maloney he was more no more so for his dramatic roles and so i'm happy for opportunities like this where we can really let his comic muscles flax and i liked you know the the action thriller aspects of it all it was interesting to see gayle for a hot second and zito genes relationship with her and the fact that they had a daughter together was a lot of fun i agree chris chris maloney is just such a delight for me it's probably between ah chris maloney and paul rudd as the mvp's of the movie proper in terms of their performance is just because he's absolutely unhinged and i love it and each john benjamin as mitch is always great of we got allow more mobility from mitch in more ways than one ten years later he has learned to do a lot then then please himself all leave it at that for the family every version of this podcast including a rather a lurid seen with a truck stop waitress for an apparently multiple upset stop waiting just as a mechanical yeah absolutely it it was weird i don't i i deem it thing in the wet high universe beats the a shot of a you know even know eric smith has the quicksilver skills in the final seen alvac hands speeding along the woods it's something i never thought i'd see my lifetime but that's why i'm happy for this type of stop it exposes me to the reality is i never thought i would encounter.