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"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"They get all kinds of things wacky day. You know like they get the story backwards and sideways and upside down just like okay so I love the idea of you guys. Having this wall of movies was it then a matter of who can we get to talk about? These things was that the next step first step was just like daddy had described. You know if you're going to do this project you're going to say okay. These are the ten say numb films. That if they're less out of this documentary we're GonNa take a lot of so. We must do these. So you know a good example of Harold and Maude so how Maud which is an essential cult film. It's it's it was the first film I ever saw in repertory cinema Sixteen years old might high school. Journalism teacher told me about it and it was a double feature. La in Philadelphia called It was a King Hearts Hartson Herald. Motto is so that had to be in our documentary Christine August in our our supervising producer. Got a hold of Bud cort on the phone and but wouldn't do it. It was offended that we called Herald and Monaco. Ville he said it's simply a classic film. And yes and and and Bud. Cort was offended did not want referred to as a cold fill and would interview but we but we still had to have heralded mud. There's no way you can leave that out. So that's sort of the first criteria after you get I ten. Then you're sort of saying well we have two hundred to choose from. We can only pick forty or fifty so we have to have some criteria so in a lot of cases it was if we could get some really interesting people to talk about it then it would be an and there were a few that we were in. They were in the documentary series and we had shot interviews but they just sort of. It just didn't make the cut because we didn't have the right people so dust till dawn and resolve so okay dawn. We couldn't get Robert Rodriguez on the phone. We couldn't get a turn Tino when we couldn't get George Clooney so we just sort of said. Well this is. Kinda lame will hold it aside. If we ever do more volumes will get one of those guys who will go back to it so you just sort of have to pick and choose in you. Have you seen Mike a lot star power? We have a lot of big stars. Big Names Oscar winning actors great directors. We have the final interviews of unfortunately the final interview of Tobe Hooper with the final interview of of Stuart Gordon. The director of re animator. We have zinn sit. Hague's final interview for Devil's rejects. So and we just have some big so many big stars that it's gotta be star studded so that people will pay attention. I mean if string these three together. It's five and a half hours. Obviously we suggest you watch each one individually. I did find it interesting too. That not only. Do you have people talking about the movies that they were in but then cross talking talking about some of the other cult movies too. I mean that was very clever thing to be able to pull in you know say Dietrich Baiter and have him speak about another movie other than office. Space the best example of that one is Jeff Goldblum with Jeff. Gold arrived on set with his groomer to do his hair. They went right to the makeup room. He and Danny started to talk about cold films and then never stop when all the way down the hallway till we sat him down and Put a autumn interviewed him. And you know the ninety minutes or so. I was given interview. I think we did almost three hours because he wanted a goes through his library of movies to see if any other films he's been in our cult films like the fly and then he you know they always start like so. What other movies you covering? Why Jeff Bridges said and he start naming them and then they start reminiscing and all. I remember when I saw that movie when I was a kid. It really like Amy Hacker. Lane talking about freaks. How it affected her when she was young so they for the most part. Everyone enjoyed thinking about reminiscent her giving. Why certain movies were their favorite cult films and how it affected their lives to know that was a bonus that was once Taga once our cinematographer return on his camera and Jeff continued to talk to you. Danny you didn't ask you first question for like a Half Hour. We just ran. It was just Jeff Jeff Goldblum. Just just talking talking talking. Which was fantastic. I mean you can put out an entire full length feature of Jeff Goldblum talking and it's fascinating because he's just such an interesting guy and so you sort of get gems like that when he starts to talk about our Maude and he starts to to sing the Cat Stevens Song and you just if you give people time in their comfortable and plus Danny Wolf. Who you're talking to is the best interviewer I've ever seen. I mean I watched the interview one hundred and fifty people for that and our new documentary which finished which is coming out in August. He interviewed about another sixty people. And I've never seen a better interviewer because as the director. He knew what we needed and what we wanted. And if they didn't say what we wanted he kept asking the question. Way Until we got the soundbites we needed. So so Jeff Goldblum briefs Right. Yeah or people like Ed. Neil that are so animated and so fun to talk to and if something interesting to say you're always get you know whenever the thrill of interviewing and of course. I mean doing in front of the chainsaw house in King's Texas was the bonus of all bonuses and I think able to watch volume two on May night when it comes out may nineteenth. They're going to be extremely happy member. Danny about that and it was you know shooting outside. It was the first weekend of our entire shoot and I know we were having. We had a substitute cameraman and a new at a new audio person from down in Texas and we had so much trouble with the sound. And with the with the wind there there was a a leaf blower going and poor. He is so perfectly focused that nothing faced him he literally would just pick up. Repeat the soundbite and move on and never miss a beat and we were struggling with that but it really cut together. Well it really cut together well but but I remember we just had so many technical issues with the interview Theresa my wife and I went to the premier in La. We're sitting here community reading or popcorn like maniacs. When really well? And we're like really dig it and all of a sudden rugs out becomes a like. Oh Wow we love rob rob talk. Talk About Checkers Putra McAdams award. He said I don't know who won that year. But whoever patient of won best supporting actor that Neil had the better and theresa my wife Leans over in does Sotto voce voice which goes all over the theater goes. How checked did you send him? But I kind of say Paulin Irish such big fans of the Texas chance of wheat. That morning we were in Dallas Interviewing Malcolm McDowell and Tom Savini They were at a calm and then did about. I don't know it was like a three four hour. Drive Dallas to King's Lynn. I remember we were. The there was some dirt was an interesting drive but we then it was nighttime in the closer we got to like seeing the house. I've got the chills. I can't even describe the feeling I in my eyes on the house which is now a restaurant and a bar. It's been turned into this restaurant and bar. That's very surreal. Feeling if you're such a fan of a movie and then all of a sudden in the middle of the night in the middle of nowhere. There's the house from the movie like in front of you and to the credit of the the restaurant they embrace the movie as it can tell you. There's the posters and photos and t shirts. It's nice to the people in the house and turn it in the restaurant. Embrace you know they encourage tourists and fans in the movie to come visit and they food is really good. I mean you imagine. The food is excellent. Yeah all those old leftover meets from nineteen so that restaurant. If anybody's wondering in King's Texas is the Grand Central Cafe. That's the name of the restaurant that was the house from the Texas chainsaw massacre. So definitely were visiting. If you're a all let's get into plug our own When the second comes out in. May it's called the time warp the greatest cult films of all time horror and SCI FI. Ed takes us on a tour inside the house. And we show you side by side what the House looks like today compared to the scenes from the actual movie so that sort of a little bonus in the documentary that I think people will really like. How long did it take for this whole project? Come together from that time that you call Danny up to the time when we're now finally seeing this on TV tomorrow. I is the exact third year anniversary of gay one of shooting. So and the first interview. Weekdays on May first twenty-seven Austin Stoker for assault on precinct thirteen so the project took probably a year. It took a baby a year and a half. We finally done shooting because it really was supposed to be a single documentary and then when we probably a couple of weeks into shooting I said to Danny in Christine I go you know. This is a much deeper dive. Maybe we should try to do something more so we were going to try to do like a six part series for her Netflix. Or BURNS SHOWTIME OR SOMEBODY. It really became a longer project than it should have and then it took a year to edit. Danny that's all the different versions. We tried one hours we tried we ended up with a long two parter and then our distributor said you know it's too much to take in. Let's release in three parts and it kind of worked out perfectly as a reporter. I think our first cut was like nine hours. That's true we tells me editor trying because Danny says to the editor. Don't leave anything out. And so gauge goes through the transcripts and he picks everything and he goes. We'll just don't leave anything. Out of the editors like I don't have enough. I don't have enough space. I don't know I need like sixteen gig drive just to dump all the stuff for him and so I know. We went through cuts. That were unbelievably long. And it and Danny as his vision of the project was. I'd rather have too much cut down than than try to remember what we left out. So he didn't really give our editor a chance to do his his version is at teen project. Just winnowing down. And getting these things to reason lengths so they play well which is hard to do because we did. Cut this good stuff. We had to lose because at some point. You gotta go that you gotta say that's it. You got a sense. They were done. I think the five hours of the three parts I think we're pretty tight for a three par five and a half hour docu series. I think it's still it moves fast in it's tight. When did the idea of the council of cult experts Kevin Pollock John Waters Ileana? Douglas and Joe Dante winded. That come up. We were talking about whether or not to have a host whether it should be hosted because the did to documentaries. I did for showtime a homeless called X. rated the greatest adult films of all time and then it was a follow up the greatest adult stars of all time. They were both hosted. Its traditional documentary. You know like you would normally see you know like a Alice. Gibney kind of documentary. It's it's really sort of a vignette clip shells so I didn't like we talked about hosts and we we had ideas for but I think Danny it was when we went to that we went to a a studio to shoot and we kind of looked at the studio and then we said I think we all came up with this idea of will. Maybe we'll have like a round table and we'll shoot it in a studio like this because it was really stark black curtain wall floor studio and kind of looked cool and you see you can see that it's very raw where you can see that. It's a studio. That's not dressed up and we kind of like that. Look so it. Kinda just fell into place that we would have like a round table and then it was. It was just a matter of what we just can't have any random people in this round table but we don't want to have critics because we have film critics and historians.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Out of Africa's brilliant is it old old Sydney Pollack Doing Robert Redford and Meryl Streep and one of her seminal performances. I it's it's fantastic story but that's right yeah contemporary. It's contemporary it is it's contemporary film. Yeah just like artists. What is postmodern after World War Two? It's after drew the nuke after the course after Vietnam it's temporary. Yeah Two twos the likes of you and me but not to not. Everybody know it's but we would call call that Contemporary I mean. That's like I'm supposed to say this. Now right okay boomer Oh you're so hip you're so this. Is this new thing where every time when you complain. My Dad's a real. He's nineteen fifties real l. baby-boomer Where Peter Peter's just a few years it's is that the denigration baby boomers exactly? Yes exactly you you say you. Kids don't know what they say. Okay boomer I would never say that in my life. But it's a thing he loves it. He loves making jokes about twitter. You're very I don't super hit. I think your dad is hip they well anyway. Anyway that's that's the that's the point. Context point of context is by the way. Thanks victorious Dr who I think along with McGraw and my dissertation you know I wouldn't be. I wouldn't have never studied art down and we have to add. That is ridiculous you have a masters. PhD HD both the Master's from Syracuse University in Roman and Renaissance Art and a PhD in Italian Renaissance Art History for Ucla Cla. That's right And and and fourteen different my sleep you know. It's like No the now that does not define man. He's what you do. Though you get up first thing you hit it for fifteen minutes. Play the trumpet. Every day I get up and play trumpet. Oh yeah by the way. He's also a world class jazz. Trumpeter thank you. I used to be great now mediocre but I'm surrounded by six or five guys. You make me look great. Still you know. Because they're session guys is an real real deal musicians who make their living at it and Yeah I but I love playing the trumpet. Love Playing Bossa Nova Guitar Hard. But you gotta do it early in the morning and you gotta right early in the morning and then you gotta do it before you do emails a phone calls or you know otherwise it goes does It goes away. You can't do it. You can't do that one day on Friday. Yeah I'll do it on Friday. Yeah you gotTa do it fifteen twenty. That's how exercises from you have to do as soon as again are also going to put it off and get busy with the day. The other things intrude on your day and other things that they that sucks the air out of the balloon and finally have a day. Ah Yeah Yeah. Didn't you play the Cornet. I play the trumpet. Cornet sister smaller version. But what I play actually is now a Flugel Horn which is love that sound and a great company. That's gone out of business. And Colegio made me pocket fluids doubt about that big but it has the sound of that you play in public or do you just used to play Jeff Goldblum when I Jeff Jeff Goldblum is a Gem Jeff Goldblum and I've played together and Bucker ruin in later on. We got it. Great you mean. In the adventures of buckle banzai adventures a buck rebounds uh-huh across the eighth Tim across the dementia. All of those words and that one title at so jeff and I've been friends since then except that met jeff when he was nineteen and and I was doing play for Joe PAPP and he was doing a play for Joe PAPP and there was a ninety seventy three so we go back a long way and we started play together in the eighties. And then we got together and people's living rooms with a great guitar. Playing Peter. Harrison won a grammy with Hornsby Hornsby another grammy. Chuck Mangione so he's a gifted guy also orchestrator for NBC. So the three of us would play and then miles Davis and I can really drop that name. And that's really really name dropping. You could drop three as far as I'm concerned my lifetime. You could drop Brando. He'll do and you could drop miles Davis And you know I don't know maybe seven thousand dollars. There's about five that you can really. I mean the others. You could say like I worked with Sidney Lumet. I work with Mike. These people you know illeg brought me into the studio. Those people are giants and but miles. Miles Davis's Mozart you know. Miles Davis shifted the course American music. This rap sounds that take his rhythmic sounds on the corner. What I mean is there so mile said when are you in Goldblum going to get out of those living rooms and get yourself a band miles Davis? Yeah well that wasn't there but he knew he reads a lot right and he knew when I met him that he had every album it ever made since I was nine my mother turned me onto it backstage with him into Mother is still living in eight other white bread people. Will you know who are standing with miles. And he booked no editorial all hated care. Who's listening and he said when you I don't know how he knew Jeff and I had a bamboo says what are you GonNa get out of these living rooms and gets a band and I said miles like where are we going to get a band cooking? You dropped the F bomb on the spot for it. Yeah so I said Mas. We're going to get a ban and he screwed up his face at me like that and is is it going to get a ban will buy one get the fucking money any walked out the door. That's used F word we've ever had. Yeah yeah so I ran back to Jefferson Jeff. Miles Davis Miles Davis Miles. Davis said we've got to get a band we've got an event it goes. Well okay. We could buy one. But what do we find this ban. You know. So we asked Peter. Harrison Peterson Peterson. I'm orchestrated from NBC. I'm not even touch with bands anymore. So we go on to play the Liberals and the next thing I knew. I'm doing a movie with Woody Allen Woody Allen plays loves it now woody Allen is a huge. That's a context of film that people look at that okay because he's looked at every film and he's changed his what they call his style. You Know Gordon Willis was with him and then he changed the Carlotta the Palmas moving the camera. He's got a whole myriad of changes of style. So I'm talking to woody And Brian Hamill is. It was his poster photographer. One all what's for Manhattan member. The great brands of courses and Brian is one of what he's talking to Brian and I said I gotTa talk to woody about Jazzman and known would for wild and a cement michaels and I told him to start up miles Z.. said he says well Peter you know. Miles Davis tells you get a band you gotta get man. It's Miles Davis is not guy in a diner man. You know I said well what what are we ready says. Listen take the people you've got and find a place I the band will come. Just get outta out of the living rooms. Go find a restaurant that's empty on the day. They're empty and just ask him if they go in and play and now goes sure 'cause they don't care like two people in place but make sure you get paid and I'm not talking about the dinner the free lunch or the whatever ice tea but they give view money even if it's fifty bucks and it will be the happiest fifty dollars ever made now. This goes back to when I was at school. I could make money but now I made made any money is a musician and neither is Jeff. So Tell Jeff Jeff. It's not just that he was a any all right. Jeff I forgot my mantra great line. You're the guy at the and to tell them that's a woody. Says we gotta get a band and we should just go find a place. I will get the musician. So we went to four on on Broadway. It was empty on Saturdays and me. I'm Peter Harrison. Clint Eastwood. There's another name you can drop with. Son Kyle Up Clint and he said you know Kyle is a great musician quite bass player. Yeah wonderful and he became a player and we play this place and what he said it thirty days you'll have an audience. It's thirty days you'll have on its and musicians will come. Because they'll hear about dot com Zach positions came now jeff plays with his group and he's recording according to bless him and I play my. I played the grain of Anna Room. Which is a Cigar Club High End Cigar Club in Beverly Hills? I played like every couple of months. Fat Jeff Jeff Tours it. Yeah it's just the best. It's the best. Who did you just see this weekend? Roger Kellaway where at Feinstein's at Patillo north. Hollywood with John Clayton on Bass whose magnificent and Bruce Forman on guitar. So that was the trio. Dad's Jazz my dad's a jazz nut. Who Made Me Jazz? Not Are you nuts. Yes I used to big jazz. The Jazz Society things like happiest money is the most most exciting one of the most exciting days of my entire life was I opened an envelope and there was a check inside for sixty eighty five dollars from the village voice. Wow accepting my review of Duke Pearson this orchestra Who would play at the half note Manhattan and I was just over the moon over the moon I wrote to the voice of the next two and a half years? And what you're what years was this. Is the eighteen. Seventy seven nineteen seventies early to mid July started. I started there at the voice at the same time as Gary Giddens. You kidding was who is brilliant yeah sure I was a dilettante. Gary was brilliant and still is and was to write liner notes. I got to do Matt and I and I got a door down beat magazine so I had several years of doing that. But we're here to talk about you. Peter no no no no I. I just I knew that you were jazz. Guy I knew that was Abramowicz. Still writing for the voice thin. No here's going mind mine not to my knowledge He was the Rocker There's the Rock Rock Guy. What are you guys you put up Jimi Hendrix? Sea mentioned. You mentioned Mike Nichols Mike. Nicholls apparently was Godfather of cinema. So many people who worked for him You know like a proselytizer. An educator I think that was his great gift that he was a savant. I mean that he was like an parter of wisdom and but as articulate and the funniest dude. I've never met and man. I mean Iraq on tour and quick A one liner you know one liner quake. But I guess he was. I mean He. I was doing a film shakedown with. Sam Elliott. What are the last New York action in films? New York was filthy but it was dangerous. I mean salmon is that we had security around us. Not because we're anybody like extra famous but be overshooting at crack dens and and all sorts of places where you get killed but We never get cries and whispers. Murderous is crisis Just been restored so graduates. This is what ninety three three Islamic that is the nineteen eighty eight. It's been restored and it's being released so Sam is asking me about Chrysler Whisper. Should he goes see it. He always Bergman was something. You know. Sam's country guy. Hi but he's always curious as a beautiful thing about him. He's almost innocent in his curiosity. I got the direct them and justify a couple of years ago. What a gem of human being you too so he should Peter? Should I go see this cries and whispers right. I suggest SAM. Have you ever see any Bergman Persona assault photography Operator whose name I will not mention. But he's a pretty famous operate in New York. Says Bergman is just Horns in Bergman is overrated. Bergman has you know they call seventh seal. You know it's overrated. It's like hype and spend Nichols this is like who cares. It's static tableaux photography with no particular invention. I said well I disagree. I mean I think that you know this is the post second wave of feminism. Have you see persona that may be the all-time feminist film ever ever I can't think of anything that that anybody of any gender is ever made or written or filmed that tells more more about the dilemma of a woman. The woman in any facet whether it's love jealousy. Envy violence what have you so I say I disagree in our so that night I have dinner we would have these dinners throughout. It would be me. Carrie Fisher and Mike and Carrie Fisher was God bless her was one of my first maybe my first ever in. La Carrie Fisher. I met before star wars came out. I was doing streamers with Mike. She'd come to see it with her best friend and other wonderful guy. Great actor ribbon done Iowa shoe she was nineteen. I think I was twenty six. Something like that. Became fast. Friends took me to Disneyland. And then we would have these seminars with Mike off and on so here. We are at this Chinese Restaurant Front and Mike says moving is he's you know by the way cries and more spurs just released today you know with all we got to see it so I tell him about this this conversation with Sam..
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on World Cafe
"Story A little tug Rooney happens this. Did you say yeah my thighs rub together. It's like fire it's like actual fire exits. Are this way that way and bath halfway. Remember if anything combustible happens save yourselves. For God's sake I know let's get jazzy Looking nice that's Newman Sir Silverman. Right before she sings her song on your debut album the Capitol Studio sessions like you you. Sarah may be more well known for her acting or comedy in not so much her musical ability necessarily but we hear that she can say. How did you know that Sarah Silverman can say I think the world of her we've known each other for quite a while? I hosted Saturday night. Live a couple of times and she was that was back when she was a young writer later on the staff. That's how I met. And then I was pals with Gary Shandling and so is she and I found myself on one of his shows and we we overlap that way and so we were in sort of friendly circles. Overlapping and I just adore her. I think she's D- Great and then I'd see her special or her comedy things which has which have all along included some singing and She's she's very musical. She's great we in fact what did we do. Oh Yeah we go on Youtube. There's a very early sort of rehearsal that we did because we did that. Same Duet the me and my shadow for some show that she did and she still does at Largo. That lovely place here in Los Angeles. She she asked me to be a guest and said hey maybe we can do this thing. If you learn this other parts. So I went over to her apartment we she she filmed our video. Dr rehearsal our sole and You can see that some years ago and then when the album when this first album opportunity came up I thought yeah. Let's have her. Let's maybe we'll do that same thing things we tried to refine but mostly didn't do much and just had fun. Yes she's hilarious and I I love very much. Here's how it sounds me and my shadow. Jeff Jeff Goldblum and.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"How does that work? I'm good. I'm excited. That's going to be three hours and fifty minutes yeah the vendors and your Star Wars. I'll sit there Irishman. You're sleeping on the Irishman. Did you see the neutrality act although I didn't think it looked bad the aging Robert Deniro in his twenties wasn't that not convincing. Why don't they use different actors anymore? It's cool. It's a it's a new thing. It's the new technology I know and sometimes it works other times it doesn't. I didn't think he'd look that bad. No it doesn't but the whole time it's in the back of your head yeah you're focusing on it like Gemini Man. I can understand which apparently that's a movie movie reviews really and you should see tonight. Match people are saying it's an innovative well that de aging technology is some of the Best I've seen that may be always make fun of it. Young Will Smith looks great. Let's part of the plot is they have a younger clone of him so obviously make Sensiti Age will Smith. This is just a story about someone's life and they're just the aging him which I don't see how it goes. It's got a twenty percent around tomatoes company so it's back swell just going to say that look. We're looking good reviews in its at twenty percents okay. That's not enough. I don't think it's going to climb that much. I guess it's just like they said it was DIMAC thing. Maybe that was for thirty seconds will Smith was back. That was a that was a great time I like was it how I'll look back on those. The man was good for that market down man one thirty seven now. I WANNA see how bad it is. Oh well I mean we'll Smith Movie Man Doc guys such a talent such a bad agent or bad great things great agent yeah well. That's the thing he came in as a movie The star and he was making those blockbuster movies that you know weren't too critically acclaimed but independence as a classic men in black while West is terrible but these big blockbusters made a movie we start but then he never transitioned into the dramatic roles or he tried to and he kind of failed suit of happiness concussion. He's gotten neither song hits out there there. There were never really that there's not that movie like when you look back like Leo departed Johnson Uncut Gems he had with what's the reason he's in New York pursuit of happiness no no zombies and the the cancer legend and he had that was hair legends departed no but I'm saying he had had that role I I th I think that the movie it's okay like I unloaded. No It's good I don't love it. It's Classic Nationalism Nash Movie. I robot no that's me today actually sunny on TV. Yeah love I robot you know you were so right what you say what about the movies on TV. I would never sit down and watch I robot yeah. I've watched the whole thing Sadler Komo Chinese slowly come into my side instead it last week last podcast talking about the NBC streaming service cables better haunted disappointment disappointing myself commercials ridiculous Niculae. It's not that bad yellow break. The break chanted phone gunned them and they chop the movie up. Yes a little too low shorter. Yeah you guys are obsessed obsessed with the brakes and the run times and sit down turn off your phone focus Gaden now have nineteen. What is you're living in all right? Let's move on here to on cut. Let's move on here to uncut gems dog about GRANDPA older Adam Sandler looking like a Bada. He looks good yeah. He's screwed up. I'm excited for my Francesco. He sucks here's theory so instead he already mushed his own. He knows his voice bet ever. He's like he's Sandler is definitely GonNa win that. Oh yeah one hundred percent imagine Mike Francesa gets supporting actor spending every day. It's so what is it about. He's a gambler the Campbell's too much and gets too tied up the mob as like a big time jeweler in New York City obviously obviously he's probably making a lot of money selling to celebrities Cagey is in the movie playing himself. That's your boy on. It looks like a big time. gambler loses indepth assume some bad people probably and that's what the the SAFDIE brothers do so wells they take these movies and they're just like to our adrenalin rushes of intensity the intense moments and anxiety and it's perfect for Adam Sandler because he is a good dramatic actor and he spent so many years making so many bad movies. It's good to see him back with his acting chops. Yeah does it produced by half medicine. No is there a bigger separation between two studios unhappy neither side of the spectrum everything very close extremely far away. It's a circle circle the trailer I love the trailer but God I'm excited. I'm excited for Adam Sandler's performance. What didn't you love about the trailer those two good? I guess the question that they didn't give away the plot. No what's the ending. I think it's GonNa be one of those movies that are good but the costumes soon as on the best pitcher but Adam Sandler. We'll get praise for his yeah. I could see that yeah. It's it's about time I love that New York City backdrop to they they do that so well a good time they obviously and even go to Long Island in Good Time House Fun. Oh in Long Island going to eventually land but Adam Sandler just walking walking around New York City sweating huffing and trying to get deals done. I'm so excited for your top. Five out of Salem Performances Jacksonville wanted to 'cause that counts as two best management happy Gilmore Billy Madison Punch John Fund people pick it all the community before little Mickey like Mickey little naked on the top of the didn't Click Click. I cried and cook. I cried cried for other Adam Sandler movies but I haven't seen click fifty first dates fifty and now I hope this one that should be short gets an Oscar Nam a soul. I'm sure with you. In a theaters theaters. Remember the old man we were in sixth grade. This could possibly be like a big Oscars as far as just attention and viewership you have Adam Sandler Brad Pitt Leo all one category category and Leo for what what's and I think I could see him getting nominated. It's not a sure thing but walking phoenix. Oh Oh yeah walkovers Yoga definitely will get at I think ad Astra might he was good in that Asher. I think he might have a better shot of Brad Pitt doing once upon a time in Hollywood for sporting yeah assuming nominated for both it looks like I wasn't actually is ad Astra oscar-worthy. Yes I think it's I think it's best picture best actor worthy. I I like his. I loved him in multiple time in Hollywood Hollywood I thought he gave a better performance than that Astra I think that's I didn't love it as much. I think those are good movie but I think it's performance movies anymore. Not Not really. I can't remember the last movie that you loved. This hasn't been a good year for me for movies. I really loved anything. I'm just GonNa say for me hasn't been a good year for me laughing Lafayette through good midsummer but there's really I liked peanut butter Falcon. I really liked peanut butter Falcon so you become the peanut butter Falcon Guy Yeah becoming armond white. Come on over nine for me. What are you kidding me? Become a little arm and Whitey can share the Buffalo. I think for peanut butter you think shy the ball gets nominated for peanut butter Falcon nominee. I think he gets nominated for Some really good things like not just from you goes for What's what's the replaces dad yeah that comes out this year I think so ella I'd like to see him boy honey boy that might be Code Charlotte buff here? You need to see peanut butter falcon but this uncut gems trailer Keith Stanfield Zenit on the weekend the weekend little scuffle their Francesa Scott. It's going it'd be like the number one movie New York right now. I'm taking that a sous basketball shorts what I'm taking Boston at half in Boston the win okay who they're playing odds. Are we'll talk about casts. We have the next door here. The suicide squad suicide squad cast was released a little while ago ago. Oh Yeah we didn't really talk about it but damn Helluva caster some of the stand outs John Cena Tyco Tedi Sean Gunn either eater selbe Margot Robbie Michael Rooker Viola Davis coming back John Courtney coming back Peter Pope capacity from doctor who so to hell the cast Pete Davidson Yeah who allow these people playing. I bet a lot of them are supporting actors and they're just names really not much of a role. Yes unless you're supporting like Joachim's coming back so it's weird it's good to be like a sequel but it has all the same characters but same universe a reboot but it's very very soft reset. I mean take away. The act is not bad and now he's a good actor. I think that this movie there's some optimism after suicide squad. I think it's hard for people will it's weird because I feel like people are excited for this. Even though that movie did wasn't that great but I think people like to characters so as long as you bring it back mostly Margot Robie as Harley Quinn I think people will be a little more optimistic especially with James Gunn on board and you you just elbows coming back right or not coming back. He's he's coming in. Is he playing debt now. I think he's playing someone else but okay. We'll Smith is not coming back but he just helpless coming in so as fucked uh-huh everyone's coming back Super Bowl Smith. I think he declined yes okay. I can do bad movies but that really really movies yeah. I draw a line at pretty bad really nothing on this until your trailer well. It's cool to see Jonah Ghana getting into the to the world superheroes well well I think once they put names the characters that's when I think a little bit more exciting Johnson is playing the Penguin James Garden with the the nepotism. It just doesn't care puts his brother in this movie shown gun puts his girlfriend Jennifer Holland really yeah. He's dating her. That's why else famous friends fads yeah same thing. I put you guys move. I know well. What are you Adam? Sandler Rob Schneider Chris Rock all boys around the Amalfi coast. I like fucking hookups. Yeah that is the hook the fat check in a free revokation getting the bag. What's the next door here? Do we have anything else to talk about. 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"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"I this is dean steven slater movie critic here with another episode of flashback this week we are going to be talking thing about david cronenberg's nineteen eighty six body horror classic the fly at suggestion of my co host k. austin collins who is joining us for the first time this this week cam. We're in two very different places. You're talking to me throughout the melbourne australia while i'm in new york city right happy i mean i guess it's morning for us. Warning your in my future right. Yes i am fourteen hours ahead. It's pretty grim out here so it. It actually works for this movie. Although this movie is not about time travel it sort of has the weirdness of a time travel movie so i like that you meet from each day. This movie was was your choice for us to discuss and i really blame you for the bad sleep that i've gotten for the last three nights. I should say i have not seen this movie since nineteen ninety-six when it came out even though i loved it when i did see it and that is largely because it really gets into some of my scariest zones which is movies about disintegration and end you know bodies and minds slowly falling apart in tandem but i'm really glad you made me see it again. Because it's an absolute masterpiece. It's more brilliant movie than i remembered and i had already already been a fan of succeeding gosh when did i i see the fly more recently but maybe ten years ago i saw it for the first time i'm actually the ad watched it again but like a fun mood change from chantal ackerman and just recently in a movie called the mountain that was on my mind i believe when we were recording last episode and in that he plays la botanist and so i think i've just in the mood for some grotesque jeff jeff goldblum stuff and this is about as grotesque as it could possibly get but i i was actually sort of taken aback and i'd be curious to hear from you as well just just how different than different from what i remember but i think like anything. It's just you know you get smarter and so smart. Luby's also get smarter. Yeah yeah absolutely. I don't think i had any idea how much was going on in this movie when i first saw it you know what i mean i was a very young person probably only just old enough to see such such a movie in fact when scanners came out david cronenberg's movie about exploding heads basically about telekinesis and the power to make other people's heads explode writers the basic basic premise of that movie. I was too young to see it. I was still living with my parents and i remember them saying. I couldn't see it in me. Also feeling that i just couldn't go there. Scanners was kind of a bit of a scandal randall in its day at least in my small suburban texas world i mean it was almost like something that people would rail against as part of the degradation of the culture or something. There was a movie about people's heads blowing up. I mean kronenbourg. I think it's hard to maybe see this now but he was really kind of a radical figure in the space of popular movies in the mid nineteen. I mean he's coming from a completely different world of experimental art films that were seen by far fewer people and were even more extreme than the fly yeah i mean. I'm glad you mentioned scanners because that period in the eighties is i think there is at the top of the eighties video drome 1983 in eighty three in the dead zone stephen candidate and then the flying eighty six but then dead ringers eighty eight. It's a very strong stretch of movies movies. I mean his careers this weird mix of art house sensibility with just the grossest but thought provokingly gross carfax. I didn't realize scanners was sort of a scandal because i sort of arrived at it pretty cold knowing who he was just going through his films in order and that was the first one that really sort of threw me. I'm like the brood is also weird. Shivers is also weird. He's always been satisfying. Langley just gross director. Who's always had some social stuff going on in his films. That was easy to sort of miss but scanners was the one the exploding heads sued <unk> gifts were being sent out an means. That was one of the first ones that i remember seeing yeah. It was a means or they were defied in the medium great right but rather by the time i saw the movie i knew the yeah the newscaster with the exploding head right he's everywhere. I'm sure people who have never heard of the movie are familiar with that mean but i think the fly lie right and poise right in the middle of the eighties eighteen eighty six really marks the moment i mean you could say the dead zone as well because that was also a job for higher stephen king adaptation that he was brought onto you and i don't think it's necessarily the strongest of that stretch where the most personal to him but the fly to me really seems like the moment that he married together his own perverse sensibility not and this obsession which will get into you know with the organic in the fusion of the organic with the non organic and you know this kind of distortion body horror that he came to specialize in. It's the moment that that sensibility married itself with just popular filmmaking and good storytelling you know in this way that it was it was a huge hit. It made more money than any kronenbourg movie to date. I think he said at the time it made more money than all. My movies put together so far. I don't know since then he's had a bigger hit than that but that was just sort of the movie that that bursts him onto the stage as you know l. a. mainstream filmmaker but one with some very non-mainstream sensibilities. It's funny to watch it now and also just perceive from it. Even if you don't know it's one of his biggest movies at the time you can just tell from the way that jeff goldblum <unk> jimmy davis views in the film that these were movie stars at the time a it does sort of seem kind of a wrapped in that context and if you don't know that you do watch it and think like yeah this is very much a movie that is playing with my idea of who ooh jeff goldblum in particular is in how beautiful he is in the eighties and the the fund that this movie pokes at the desire to see beauty on screening in a way i think part of the reason it must have made so much money because there's a date movie like the most perverse time st louis that i can imagine watching it they can look. This is a perfect troll. This is a perfect way to control the idea of date movie by getting people to come see a beautiful couple like the romance <unk> misshapen and the beautiful man leading man get get turned into the most ugly kind of horror on screen and like a really emphasizing that teeth falling out the nails falling long off the vomiting. It really takes the idea of juggling the sex symbol and very very deftly. I think praise on your desire to encourage wine yeah. You don't know that you could sort of watch it. You can tell them that. These are movie stars. You're watching yeah. Well you know also that they were a real life couple at at the time right jeff goldblum and gena davis dating in real life and had already made a movie together as a couple their previous movie transylvania six five hundred so i think they also would have been at the time you you know not a tabloid couple but definitely people that would have been paired romantically in the audience's mind which only adds to that bait and switch. You're talking about right and of course the movie spins. A great deal live at screen time devoted to their romance. You know i mean i really love how long we spend just watching the two of them kind of fall in love. It's really hot the beginning of this movie <hes> eh and so that becomes part of the bayton switch as well is that you know the sex scenes between the two of them are truly sexy but before we jump into the plasma pool of this movie i just wanted it set up a little bit something about the IP of the fly and you know what it was that he was adapting because the fly zone his previous movie was not an original script by david cronenberg berg although he heavily heavily rewrote the script that he had been given but wasn't adaptation that he was doing for studio and it's an adaptation of of course a nineteen fifty-eight science ends fiction movie which is often recirculated on you know TM and various tajik platforms in sort of campway. I don't know if you've seen any of the original the fly with vincent vincent price not as the fly interesting on TV in the way that you're mentioning actually is exactly how i saw it as sort of high pitched voice saying help me exactly and that's what you remember from the fly which the way the transformation happens in the original. I mean just to be very quick about it is just that one arm and the head of this man and this flyer switched so it's it's just these parts instead of this total organic transformation that you see in kronenbourg is just you know photo shopping a guy's head onto a fly in the very last the very last but one of the very last image as you see is this tiny little fly with a man's thing help me which according to vincent price the entire cast couldn't stop laughing when that scene is being filmed so the committee takes that movie was successful in its time but was clearly less conceptually ambitious in how it was this conceiving of the mixture of the two bodies and that fifty eight movie in turn was based on a story from playboy magazine in nineteen fifty seven short story by george llangollen about a transformation for men to fly but the changes that kronenbourg made in both of those two properties are to me the interesting and important part. Both of those movies start off with a married couple. It's much more you might say of sort of bourgeois kind of setting like a fifties world disrupted by this horrible thing happening to the man whereas the social social world that we're in with this flight is a very different world right. I mean the couple is just dating and there's no sort of stability in either of their lives and in fact it's the promise of stability see that's held up by their love that ends up becoming the sort of infection that destroys them. It was often said at the time and kronenbourg react to this negativity. He actually did not want this interpretation of the movie to become prevalent one but this was seen as an aids movie right coming out in one thousand nine hundred six when the virus was just becoming something that mainstream america was learning about it was very fearful full of and there was all this fear of infection which you see in the character who i can't wait to talk about of status borings right who's afraid that the the flies infection is going to be spreading to her or to him chromebook that was too reductive of a reading of the movie and i don't think it can be reduced to only that but that is a very powerful metaphor to think about in connection with this this movie yeah. I'm lacking totally see why he would be wary of that connection. I think in part because i think that if you push that too hard this becomes becomes a different kind of movie and i think it's interesting is even if you just watch it. It's sort of like an eighties new york kind of yuppie movie like the fear over contagion contagion still holds because it is a sort of an otherness dirtiness that is impacting this you know although she's a journalist and doesn't have the most stable stable life. There's a look to the way that these people live still and this is very other and in his dark warehouse with his weird ideas. He's already kind end of other but he becomes something much darker. I thought about the age thing as well and i think that's one of the most fascinating things about the film is just that it's sort of like ah you arrives in this context that is not part of what explains the aesthetic decisions being made by the director in his collaborators i but which i just can't help color the movie in a in a very strange way advocates always kind of interesting when it happens in history and context do something to support that are just way beyond the arch control so i think we need to dive right into the gooey heart of the matter here and start talking about the movie the first thing i wanted. It's a note <hes> in terms of how chromebook sets up. The story is just how abruptly he plunges you into this world. I loved. I seen at the party where there's not any exposition about. Who who these people are what why they're meeting at this place right. I mean you just instantly right up in the face of this kind of flirtatious interaction at a cocktail party to listen to the full episode sign up for slate plus at slate dot com slash flashback..
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on The Librocube
"Slaw. Ths recommend that very highly sloth more more fascinating than you think aubrey plaza on hot ones that was frigging awesome. I love that show. It is not necessarily surly guest dependent but there's ones i haven't watched because of the guests didn't feel <hes> they'll have guests on the no no have no idea who they are. <hes> and i might not watch it. I might not <hes> but might and that you would be interesting to figure out which delve into these people's lives like a kevin pollack's chat show like when i i stood watching that maybe we wouldn't know who was <hes> elon musk for example this this was way back in the day when nobody really knew elon musk says yet <hes> when he was on it i remember watching that and sort of delving deep into him blink. It's sort of an interesting dude and <hes> like like kevin pollock. <hes> sean evans ken really pull interesting information out of anyone so you know what i'm sort of talked myself into right here right now watching ones where the guest. I don't really know who it is but i did in this case aubrey plaza who i'm a huge fan of <hes> never seen her in anything thoroughly enjoyed her including this one point. She put up her nose period full. Stop lastly cooking with jeff specifically jeff jeff goldblum. Oh baby <hes> yeah <hes> i did an episode or spoke of him on a previous internet intercourse where went down jeff goldblum boom rabbit hole which is so so very easy to do <hes> similar to aubrey plaza actually <hes>. I have never seen him in anything thing be. It's an interview <hes> a movie a t._v. Show anything and not thoroughly enjoyed it. <hes> he is just a delight i ah forget how this came up but misses and i were talking up. Maybe a hundred on a podcast that idea of if you could invite three people out to a meal with you living or dead anyone ever <hes> who would it be now. I had to right off the bat without hesitation where bill murray and jeff goldblum the third. I don't know actually had trouble sort of thinking that would be <hes> you know what <hes> for audience participation at the end of the show <hes> some some year list three people living dead anyone you could pick fictional yeah well. I won't throw in fictional scratch out. Okay one can be fictional. Maybe terry patchett yeah. Let's not a fictional anyways. Batman yuck about me me bill murray jeff goldblum batman sitting down at <hes>. What was that sponsor papa. The underground rabbit barn grow de light fall de electable dis nuts folks we did it made it to the end which leaves one final thing say oh. Oh my god did i know i of course it's nice to be nice to the nice dun dun dun dun dun. I like wrong. This is the end of the show sincere. Thank you for listening time to plug. Some things and i do do not need but you can like us on facebook. You can follow jordan underscore maywood witter. You can subscribe and comment don items lastly. If you would like to contact the podcast you can eat may jordan dot may would app g mail dot com..
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me
"And then he sits on the pillow, but I'm still here but I'm still awake. And then he goes to the bar. Catches a little Bo peep with the twigs and the chatting Hannity. I was distraught. A little Boho. She gets around. So he's upset mad in the in this screwed any flies up in the air, and he meets in another magistrate friend. The ultimate imaginary friend. He meets God is played by Mr. Jeff Jeff Goldblum is God. I hope that is true. I hope John is Jeff gold, right. Yeah, so amazing. So he's all like. And then he's just talks about, you know, it's, it's great seeing him. He's just clouds but hearing, Jeff Goldblum as God because, as soon as I heard, like chef till like, that's an amazing amazing casting of God pay him as Holton. Holtom imaginary friend. Yeah. Because he it's, it's a it's one of those things like, oh, what is it Tinkerbell, if you don't believe it doesn't exist, but, you know, that's why he's still, he's the ultimate belief is he's so somebody out there is believing in happy, which funny enough, Nick is not dead. So, but yeah, it's, it's a crazy thing. And I think happy is is a God. Or is some of because he can control love. He's on that same level. Yeah. Thord work is an orcas is pretty an orcas view. Saw orchestras afraid of Pepi. Yeah. He's pretty high level. Yeah. So it's putting me j. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was kind of crazy pretty much. At the hospital scene when making the June the hallway went about just that trying to kill orcas, and they make people go in front of the, the guns. I'll come on wasn't even my faults. So, yes. So happy meets God, God says, in yourself because, you know you're a little fairy thing. And, you know, somebody believes new kind of thing, so. Krizia season, ended up with God. That's that was pretty interesting. But Justice Jeff Goebel. God is just is just the best. He, he pictures guy got to the these, you redo all the pictures seven being a old hippie biker looking just just shift Goldblum as the grandmaster though. The crazy boy. He's technically millions of years old. There you go. That's a shoe. Well, I think that's from us bake, you for listening to our ranch from last season of happy season. Two. We might or might not do season three if it comes back, but watch for any future updates on what we have here at Zeke comics longer down there. Explain to who we how well you perceived God, as you have golden is. I know I did really well, if you would you actually cost play as Nick be it's like hustling door. I want to find a store Fano the mini yourself and then kept kept decapitate your own hit with actually. No. It'd be me to talked about it for sees. Yes. Oh, yeah. But then come come down below one down there. Subscribe name. They give us the thumbs up because it was like ten weeks of this. It's been long time. Yeah. Yeah. Did less than ten because we've doubled up only. Doubled up on this one. Season. Yeah. I think that's from us. Coming down to hit that Bill icon. Got.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Take the fifth and fifth is in five dollars to share his Baz. Trump. You can't stop. Lastly, say Walberg say goodbye to us or give a message to notch. You guys say goodbye goodbye goodbye for being here. Good, Paul, Marcus. It's Mark you motherfucker. It's jerry. It Marcus Jerry Jones, who of course, I'm going to say that. But this isn't goodbye. This is a form of Hello for the rest of our business. Enterprise. I am here right now, formerly inviting Mr. Walmer to open up a wall, burgers, right in the heart of the stadium of AT and T. I know how mission once again, see, Mark. This is what you have to do is businessman. Yeah. You got to block out. Okay. Great. No handshake needed. Christmas. And remember, you can put your brother at the kids table. Okay. Now. So now. Can the Goldblum's just send us off on just a final? Hold on a second. Steven Steven Seagal. No be at two o'clock. I wrote down. Oh. The one got written scrubbed off. Still get a meal no meal. There's a half Donut out there. Just try to anybody. Do we get a haircut? No here. I got a lot of split. Clippers in my cost. You're the car. Yeah. He does. Going back down Redondo. On the way to anyway. Okay. So. Go the Goldblum take us out. What do you call? Jeff Jeff Goldblum in feathers. Idea. Jeff gold plume. Liam's gonna play us out vocalism. Seventy six. We could get to you. Tommy of great points. You guys are the best out there. We're gonna we're gonna see right. Becker next. We Jason squad. I slow. Six seventy at six heavily the school. Thank you phone. All of our guests everybody who joined this. This is always such a fun thing to do every year. Happy holidays. Happy new year. Treat yourself well punch. Waterfalls come see us in San Francisco, entitled French follow at Kenny G. Stevenson, fellow at Chris Cox vox on the Twitter's follow at Daniel van Kirk follow at Brad Morris, seventy seven seven seven three seven seven three and. Out. You got good.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins entertainment, a new crop of classics has been added to the national film registry. And it includes Jack or here's Johnny. Jack Nicholson in the shining. They're in the Stanley Kubrick classic based on the Stephen King novel is among the twenty-five movies to be preserved by the library of congress. And from Jack to Jeff. Jeff Goldblum Jurassic Park. The Steven Spielberg original nineteen Ninety-three blockbuster. Also now included among the registry seven hundred fifty films broadcast news nineteen sixty four is my fair lady and Brokeback mountain hold a copy is going to have to find a new wine drinking powder, replace Kathie, Lee Gifford been here. Almost eleven years thought, I would stay one year something happened along the way fell in love with a beautiful. Goddess. And now when it's our eleventh anniversary, I'm going to be leaving the today show paychecks reports Gifford was ready to leave a year ago, but NBC begged her to stay after all the Matt Lauer drama and Megan Kelly's lousy ratings. The post says Jenna Bush Hager is the favourite to replace Gifford when she leaves in April. But who will replace Kevin Hart as Oscar host how the academy is weighing options hire a host, but who is gun shy now on having someone to edgy or controversial. Even if internet trolls dig up dirt from the turn of the century can't be too safe either it already has ratings issues. Maybe something stunt, you know, a bit like a group monologue or no host at all. That's kind of how the sag awards are done. Suffice it to say the academy's up against it Jim Roope, and might we be hearing a rendition of this at the Oscars..
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"No like Jerry Lewis used to do in the MTA telephone. That would be interesting. But I don't think so stay up all night. Who's all? He's all ragged who knew this is the eighth annual. Did you know this no? What's called twenty four hours of reality? Protect our planet. Protect ourselves has the first seven done. I wonder if anybody watched the first seven because I heard nothing about it. I thought this was new I've never heard of this Mary. No, no negative. By Moby, Google, dolls shaggy, Jeff Goldblum stinging shaggy this thing as a partner now. But yeah, right sting from police. This is another sting sting. This is a radio show. If you're a music act, you ought to know better than to take the name sting now that that that names retired that well, you're right. Yeah. I think it's a music act because then it says, Jeff Jeff Goldblum who's an actor. But it says Jeff Goldblum and the Mildred snits or orchestra allies this Mildred snits. They're making this stuff up there. There's no there's no stinging shaggy shaggy from from. Makes. Yeah. It makes me think that you and I should have done it with our show name. It's a giant Ken stinging shaggy it sting from the police and shaggy from Scooby doo. That's that's the music act. We could have been like fat head and bloat knows. Yeah. Interesting. You change change not after this many. There was one team. And you're gonna think I made this up. Country team in Florida or somewhere in the south of Bubba and Boehner they call themselves Bubba, the love sponge knows different Bubba at his partners. Boehner serious. How can you forget that? I want to listen to today. Honey, Bubba and Boehner I think I heard that twenty years ago. I've never forgot how about your show should be called the horn dog show. He's always talking about people. Boner? Fine. What's going on? Is that how you see us that is appropriate? This is why disappointed in use is why we'd all the great causes. We fought. We don't come. Visit. They were nothing. Yes. That is true. Starring wow, vegan. See I keep a kid rock is wishes your brain less moon. This is is doing his thing. We have to talk about it that that that democratic chairman I didn't say you guys were horn dogs. I said your show should be called the horn dot. We don't spend every hour of every show on that stuff. How dare you? If there was enough material, but xactly we have thirty seconds Al Gore's, not on this. We're offended. I'm so sorry the promotional video for this twenty four hour show. This is a preview twenty four hours of reality. Protect our planet. Protect ourselves. Here we go the.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"All, right so so you're worried about this. Genuinely I think if we have to have someone that has first, contact we need to think about who that person will. Be. Right let's do it as a, movie which is always un-american. Representative. Okay all. Right we'll pretend that we are in the movie and we have to pick some guy who we're gonna. Pick we'll start with start with. Matt all. Right 'cause I kind of I feel like I lean like they might not be nice I. Mean. Like I hope that you know, they've traveled the universe and. We're. All you. Know here to be one but I'm afraid they're not and so I wanna go with guys who have. Some experience you know maybe okay. Taking some. Names I'm going to go like Will Smith Jeff Goldblum okay I dig that okay Dragging. Behind, us to guard. Right Ready, to talk faster go faster see I I like this choice because Will Smith and, Jeff? Jeff Goldblum, are a balance right I mean life will find, a way, there's. The whole esoteric you, know chaos I don't really. Know and then there's. Will Smith, I'll just, kick ass, I mean it's just you know he'll. Just be done with that equaliser I like that Debbie Denzel yeah Dave Jennings I'd send. Probably like. Ellen Dancer, way to deploy who doesn't, like Alan if it's not going. Well you'll you'll pull buckets of water I you'll just. Like slime on top head or something It's kind of like alien movie, where the water gets to, them I mean just in case. I, mean I you could.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Four I'm telling you the best show is off the air It's right here in. The studio. Where nobody, David can, hear good step we were talking off the air about how scary. It is that worldwide we're seeing the heathen in Japan People are dropping like flies and and how delicate. Nature is how it all comes I'm going to break into the circle. Of life here so just hanging Is gonna happen you know that but jeez the cataclysmic stuff that can just have. Its repercussions but then you're just like well you know. Not unlike Jeff Jeff. Goldblum. Jurassic Park life fights mother nature will come back, but she did write often that's? Gonna come, back you guys ever gonna look ahead like that going okay if if, if we let this all day off how how do we come back I mean I. Guess at the extension to think ahead like at least for Texas definitely extension horticulture is always the try to be the best environmental storage that. We can we start a new technologies, but old, traditional things, have proven the tests time in that work and trying to have the balance and all that and. I just think. Things out, plan things out you. Know look at the resources that, we have and and watering water is always going, to be an issue you. Need water you know. You don't have, water we, don't have life of course and August being the. Hottest month of the year, we, stress throughout, the year them Ordinance, of planning a ripe plants at the right time, the right locations maintaining them correctly And the importance of water and so leading into that August gave charity I mean Megan you're talking about this and, rainwater harvesting and, our drip irrigation Last August the eighth it would be a cold thing for you to maybe come to a home gardening series and learn. A little bit more about rainwater harvesting how to set something like that up as well, as a true period Gatien, and the use of drapery. Gatien and that starts the first verse six. Series for, the, fall on her home gardening series August the second second Wednesday I'm still freaking out this week, we'll be August so, good No no I cannot go, if you want to learn more about. The home gardening series not only the rain water drip irrigation a portion of it August the eighth and the other of the six series of go, to the, Burke county extension service a website on the homepage more information and all the classes that were. Offering as well. As how to register on that as well and you can you can. Pay to go to even go pay. To see all six it'd be a. Part of all six this is like six thirty at night so this is a little more. Doable if you're, going to. Commit to all six of them but I mean fabulous thing one. One is just on the fruit trees and the. Citrus trees one is how to take, care of your lawn it's amazing how? Many people realize that how. Does simply take care of it it's in speaking of grass I saw an interesting show about how landscapers have forced us to have certain, kinds of, grass that are areas and not necessarily, in Texas but, whatever as As as. New residential areas, go in. There forcing these landscapes in where it's not a natural grass how. How do we get around that how do we. How do we embrace it and get, it to grow I didn't realize that. Are the biggest turf grass. With probably the the grass that's most commonly grown throughout the state most of the turf grass growers is Saint Augustine and typically it's it's, our carpet grant Raleigh STAN Augustine so economically. Speaking for these new subdivisions that's the main grass. Now you could, talk to your builder And try to. Plant like a floor attempts, Saint Augustine which would be. The superior of all the, Saint Augustine's better than the Raleigh we're used to all much much better better disease-resistant package it has changed book tolerance and it's only Saint Augustine, out of the survivability tests of extension am in San Antonio water systems that made it through. That drought survivability, tests or you can upgrade and know, one of the Bermuda selections or associate, selection like, El Toro but you know you have to work. That out early pay a little bit more for it of, course but turf grass does have its, place, out there. But if we've learned anything with these, years years of drought. We always looking drought down the line We needed for the kids to be outside and, play recreational purposes for the little doggies Per square footage is, the most economical thing you can do is turf grass but, we need less, turf, grass maybe no more than third, of, your landscape, is turf, grass. And then one third a beautiful landscape of cut flowers Texas. Superstar plants vegetable gardens cut flower girl means there'll be lots of mold around that good Moreover grass yeah oh yeah so less grass grass has its place but less grass moorlands game more more of molds per meal surfaces maybe sending up, our landscape as a rain garden, so when we do have a rain event that holds in, the landscape it's, not, just going to the street or, drainage, ditch and, anything mulched, will. Definitely become a rain garden by itself or the rain. Garden Okay cool You know how. Zero, escaping oh. So cool we'll just put it. In rocks don't have to do doesn't that bake? The house doesn't that make it so? Much hotter I know that have been happening and a lot of people are, doing it but I just always had. A question you get hot Brock up against. My house how's that going back to. Screw up the data is not zero z. z. e. r.. O. scape it's XY. RISC SAP so the concept I think. It's zero the concepts are, all important but rock and aggregate is not. The answer, you know it's think about the plants root system and the heat source coming off your street and. Saw one now you're adding the similarity into the. Landscape bed so I always tell people take off, your shoes walk on barefooted at two pm. In, August You know what's going to happen you're. Going to, bless your feet so imagine if the dog yourself and the root system of that plant that's underneath. It so has its place for certain parts of. The landscape maybe an area where we're having drainage, issues are we need to make dry riverbed Yeah I was gonna say rare Riverstone for just like Oh that's okay but the heat. Source so really we lack organic material in our soil's so the best way to build that over, time as mulch mulch malts l. a. double shredded hardwood molten native resource in our in our area. Here would be hardwood mulch to build, the sole retired Malcolm, back the, father of, organic gardening, founder of garden Ville great mentor great, teacher love gardens. Potus all, horticulturalist air in an eight very simple concept you know we have. A mulch that we replenish a couple times. A year it's a hundred degree hundred six heat index you put a. Soul thermometer probe underneath. The the. Into the soul profile now, it's eighty degrees. It's amazing, so, organic mature as much much much better and ironically, I it's very warm because. All, of bacteria. Is, working but it's a good one now as opposed Good Bacterium and fun with the decomposition? Process, yes. Definitely. See we keep coming full circle back to a mulching. Composting it's so easy to. Do it's it's so fabulous on so many levels and you can learn how to do it on Until October but but part. Of this home gardening series I'm telling, you, these, are, really gonna be savers we're going to be back, though with the, garden show and your calls everybody standing by hang in there David Rodriguez Megan Bishop the w away guard show.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on WWL
"Friday afternoon the beginning of actually started yesterday but this is test weekend in new orleans and last night i saw bourbon street as crowded as i have ever seen especially outside of a mardi gras weekend it was just wall to wall people as far as you can see and people just seemed to be having just a great great time so it was was fun in the city's kinda crazy right now so keep that in mind and a lot of traffic downtown and if you're having to navigate through the traffic downtown you know exactly how bad it is all right since it's friday we're heading into the weekend it's summertime in essence fest we care we're you know we didn't want to be too serious afternoon so we did mention a few things from president trump's stand up comedy routine last night great falls montana because he said some funny things and we're also talking about essence fast and the fact that this seems to be a really really big year and some people were saying it's because of the movie girls trip which was a big hit comedy at the box office last summer it's about four girls that come to new orleans for essence fest and this means if a lot of people came because of the movie it means that movies influence people i have quite often argued that movies are not to blame for negative behavior so let's set the record straight here you get ideas for movies and if you get the idea to come to new orleans that's probably not much of a stretch from what you have in your heart and your mind about new orleans i mean who wouldn't want to come to the world's and have a party heavy part of a party atmosphere who wouldn't want that so it's not like the movie made them do something they don't want to do but if a movie does if a movie does inspire you to do something you don't want to do or something you should not do because it's violent or whatever that's on you that's not on the movie because we get ideas from movies but it's what we do with those ideas and it's the conscious decisions that we make over the ideas that we're presented with in entertainment that distinguish whether we're good people or bad people and you can't blame a movie for that because it's a decision that you made here's our blue rider foods poll is it fair to blame movies for bad behaviour fifty six percent say no forty four percents say yes give us your opinion by going to our website www dot com here's a tax show we're talking about great musical moments in movies and there have been so so many text the whole movie the big chill especially the night everyone had sex except jeff goldblum was it jeff goldblum or was it john john i'm trying to think of the character i don't know if it was jeff jeff goldblum's character may maybe i don't i don't remember i don't remember specifically those things about about the movie about no one of the guys was injured in vietnam and he can't have he couldn't have sex anymore but when i think about the big show i think about songs like i heard it through the grapevine so if you do want to join us with a comment our numbers two six zero one eight seventy and our text is eight seventy eight seventy off.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show
"That that kind of a series that we do after big movies were like what the f was that all about one of the things i believe that we point out in that is okay if the raptor this is the heightened the indo rafter and in raptors can smell you come in miles away he really can't smell them hiding distract that there are things like that where like the the logic just doesn't quite add up also the is it mere because one of the questions as well as man those daigneault's were being sold shape those guys were just like underbidding yeah four million for i mean jim carey got more for batman forever that is funny i'll just go back to like the reason i brought me that that sort of choice at the end if they had gone out on on that and she had let them all die i think that would have been really cool i would have been really true i the thing about this movie is that didn't surprise me any everything was so predictable yes and so that was the first moment in the movie where i was like we're something happened that i didn't expect and i was like oh wow that's really cool and then when she hit the button yeah i see i i didn't think the whole way through he's about to get some other by pillow is gonna be this he's going to get in pay out onto this uhhuh cynical yeah when she when she hit that button i understand the dramatic reza she's a clone she's the best representative to be like no were it's all life like we we all we need to let them survive like it makes sense for her to do that but it's at the expense of giving the movie any kind of shocking moment yeah so i yeah just being responsible adults who don't want to let dinosaurs loose into the well bright right so yeah i mean i i mean we're kinda we're kinda winding to the end of our time here but i guess kind of my my final reaction to drastic world kingdom is just like oh my god the fact that jeff gold thirty percent of jeff jeff goldblum's dialogue is in the trailer like it's just and also the whole the whole his line welcome to jurassic world i from the second he said that in the trailer and there there were news reports out that like goldblum lasorda used as a framing device like he's kinda at the beginning of the move at the end of the movie that was in interviews that was public knowledge anybody could take him saying welcome to drastic world and the knowledge that that scene of him saying that is either at the beginning of the end of the movie and for that like yet dinosaurs are going to be out not to mention the fact that that's the only place the franchise has to go at this point so jurassic world and it's a certain point you're going to have to get out there exactly you have to make it the world and we've had a lot of discussion in the office about like i feel like we kinda some of us at least really wanted to go to a more planet of the apes direction like really like started letting the dinosaurs have a couple of wins here so all right you're strike barry i do think i mean certain point this franchise it has been doing the same thing for twenty five years and like while they may not have handled it totally successully hair according to you guys not well at all but like it it to me i don't know why what else they had in terms of choices at a certain point they're storing the park make sense like you can't get back there why do you keep going back there five movies in and then also the the giving the audience something they haven't quite seen before so the the idea of of of having kind of the monster the house thing but i just think that they ultimately if you don't care about the people in these movies doesn't work and even even spill spillover couldn't make jurassic park work again and like jurassic park franchise the jurassic franchise might just be a one good movie job yeah yeah the.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"It feels very much like that it feels very fake and cgi and i don't recommend seeing even if you're into big robots punching big monsters there isn't even very much of that budget so this is out it's been limited release right now it should expand in the forthcoming weeks but if you happen to live near someplace that playing i love dogs wes anderson i can't wait to see this i would highly recommend getting out there now look i am total west anderson's fan boy so you have to take all of my praise here with with a grain of salt but i love this it's a stop motion animation it is if you remember fantastic mr fox this is he's done this before and i love that movie it's great it's very sweden and cute and that sort of stuff but this this is a little bit darker it takes place in japan in the very near future the prefer the prefecture in which we are set has banned all dogs due to an outbreak of disease and the movie revolves around the ward of the mayor who banned all the dogs trying to find his loyal bodyguard dog on the on the so called i'll dog but when you saw the trailer all i'm trying to figure out who is who i've got jeff goldberg down as the the black i mean bryan cranston down the black dog and jeff goldberg is the dog go to see but it's really hard i mean every voice in america's in this movie yeah bryan cranston jeff jeff goldblum is is is one of the voices bob balabagn is another voice i mean the the the the lineup here is really pretty amazing and this goes so they they do an interesting thing bilberry of courses in it they do a very interesting thing with the dogs and the humans did the humans are all japanese and their voiced by japanese actors and you get some translations and some subtitles but it's a lot of it is just in japanese and then the dogs are all english speakers and american actors and it cardi shoot you're kind of create this very very kind of interesting natural artistic break between the two the.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"The prefer the prefecture in which we are set has banned all dogs due to an outbreak of disease and the movie revolves around the ward of the mayor who banned all the dogs trying to find his loyal bodyguard dog on the on the socalled isle of dogs but when you saw the trailer all i'm trying to figure out who is who i've got jeff goldberg down as the the black i mean bryan cranston dentist the black dog and jeff goldberg is the dog they go to see but it's really hard i mean every voice in america's in this movie yeah so yeah bryan cranston jeff jeff goldblum is is is one of the voices bob alabam is another voice the the the lineup here is really pretty amazing and this goes so they do an interesting thing bill murray of courses in it they do a very interesting thing with the dogs in the humans did the humans are all japanese and their voiced by japanese actors and you get some translations and some subtitles but it's a lot of it is just in japanese and then the dogs are all english speakers and american actors and do i never very very kind of interesting natural artistic break between the two the two the species i guess i loved it i look i'm a total sucker for anderson and i love his stop motion stuff i love stop motion as a media i just like the kind of tactile look and feel of it and i am i'm amazed by all of the little touches they go into this sort of thing and how long look i will be honest i spent a lot of the movie just looking up at the screen wondering my god how long did it take to do that little thing because every motion is you know fifty individual little movements of a doll it it is very i just love it i love it so much.
"jeff jeff goldblum" Discussed on The NFL Show
"And then choline thank you choline she sent it again last night after the game so i was so yes since russell top your can we could see it and realize that wouldn't probability is is illuminating device that in which fifteen percent is indication that it's one hundred percent when probability's china tell us something this is the beginning with disaster movie that there's there's something something there are pattern stood there are things at work here that we don't understand i'm of this is the only thing i care about so jeff jeff goldblum finding a million per se oh man i our young man i i don't know i don't know what else there has to say about a game we knew we get him she said it was the most complete team in football really being what they were would you think of the atmosphere a lively liked it on the news cooler that many eagles fans i loved it i will soar so in soccer what they tend to do is they just draw a line down the bit and they say yet one fan base year one fan base here and then like ten percent of the tickets go to corporate that's what the super bowl should do i understand that we need a bunch of visa executives air whatever but like think about how much cooler that game would have been if it was fifty percent eagles fina forty percent he goes fans all on one side of the field almost eur college ballgame um and the disappointment in most years is that doesn't happen eagles fan showed up to a point that it it felt like kind of a ballgame atmosphere rose incredible i every time they scored and saying that cut him song it was it was amazing it was fu belisce up sound like a home game zach walking across ryan's off yeah exactly right by the way congrats.