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"jerry maguire" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change
"If someone is building a firm from the ground up what do you think is a better approach is at bringing on experienced folks the bucks or kind of what you did northwestern which was career changers ex-athlete's an entry level advisors..
"jerry maguire" Discussed on The No B******t Marketing Podcast
"It's because of communication because of marketing. We have not been able to buy into this yet. The electric cars. And i'm not again not defend him. Not saying i love them. Hate them saying it's a messing. Most people still aren't comfortable with buying them for whatever reason maybe they think that they're more expensive. And maybe they are. But i think if you study that it's probably not the case because of not using gas. May he would love the current style cornstarch electric or whatever that's a messaging thing it's a storytelling thing. Another major one was that apple bought next. Which was steve jobs his company and that was the first step towards bringing steve jobs back to drive apple and change the world with all the things that he did when he came back to apple so apple bought next. That brings steve jobs. You wanna talk about storytelling. You wanna talk about impacting. How stories are told. First of all i tunes changed how we listen to music. Albums used to be listened to People were felt they had only be one john laura. You were weird. If you're like me when i was a dj. And i loved alternative music. But i loved alternative music was danceable loved rock and i loved rap which was what was hip hop before hip hop. And so. i'm out there playing all this stuff and i was seen as an oddball because prior to itunes in the internet. You were kind of told you were supposed to like one genre. Now you can like you can build a playlist and you don't even realize that you went from pop to rock to hip hop to pop to country. That didn't happen to i tunes. That's all because of steve jobs. And of course the iphone the ipad everything so that all the starting to genesis of that was when apple bought next and steve jobs came back. We're talking about the sights and sounds of marketing. This episode started by talking about jerry. Maguire and how legendary the messages in.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on The No B******t Marketing Podcast
"Today we have an episode of the sights and sounds of marketing. And what does that mean. I take a song a movie. A show something from pop culture and i breakdown how that ties to messaging storytelling leadership and communication. Then i take a look at the year of that show movie song and see what else was happening when it comes to messaging storytelling and big ideas from that year. Today's episode is about one of the all-time movies for catchphrases. Because if a movie has one major catch phrase or anecdote that people talk about in the workplace and talk about for years later you can say the phrase in its memorable. One is pretty significant. Not many movies get that to get to is kind of amazing three but jerry. Maguire didn't have one. Didn't have to have three dinette. Four they had about five major messaging pieces in the movie that were so memorable that people that weren't even born the year that jerry maguire came out. No some of these catchphrase. They might not even know. It's from jerry maguire. So we're gonna take a look at the sights and sounds of marketing for nineteen ninety. Six starting off with the movie jerry maguire. If you're not familiar with the movie jerry maguire. It's about a sports agent. Who was the stud sports agent in that. He was the top tier sports agent. Who had the best athletes and he had the station and he was at a large sports agency. And it's based on lee steinberg. A hugely successful agent and tom cruise is playing the sports agent. Who also has this beautiful girlfriend who works at the agency. He's got all kinds of support staff who look up to him and he's known for taking you to a restaurant to have the meeting when you get fired and i can relate to that because One place that. I worked at a restaurant in the building. That was a pretty good restaurant and i subconsciously. Did the same thing. I would take a lot of my major meetings there and so unfortunately there are some great meetings there but there are also some of the tough meetings there so when a staffer knew they had to meet me at that restaurant they were always wondering. This is going to get fired. Well that's one piece of it the jerry. Maguire would take people to this restaurant when he was telling them that they had to get on with their life's work or what ended up happening. Was jerry maguire. Who was the typical agent who was all about the money and he had an epiphany one night when he was at a conference. So there's people from his team and people from the other conference other agencies at this conference and he decides that he is going to write this thesis this big idea this theme this manifesto about how agents should care more about the athletes and less about the money. He writes this and stuffs it into people's inboxes because there was actually places where you stuffed it and it was an old style where you'd actually get pen and paper because it's nineteen ninety six when the internet is just kinda starting and he also does email at any sends it out and he gets it. He comes into the conference next and he gets a standing ovation. Everyone's clapping for him because what he wrote his great. And we all believe it. Now just a little sidebar. I i kinda live this stuff throughout my corporate career. Where i did this what jerry did..
Twitter Labels Anti-Trump Ad ‘Manipulated Media’ After Sean Hannity Complains
"Hannity is at war with you guys. You gotta get off campus. So this goes back now a few months and we released the video. So Hannity did a monologue one night about Joe Biden and of course, you know home Pure projection about Trump and what he was saying about buying and you know how he was saying, you know, this guy's crazy you spreading conspiracy theories. He's unfit to lead. You know, he he doesn't even know where I'm walking. It was it was the whole thing and so we listened to that video. We're like, oh he's talking about Trump. Look at it. Sounds like he's talking about Trump. So we edited his words to show the hypocrisy and show the projection of his words and we pull these clips of trump in between and we called it by hat and he was part of our by series we did by evanka by Tiffany, you know by Jerry all these various videos and this one rocketed off the Twitter charge very quickly and after got a couple of million views apparently Sean Hannity sent his lawyers to complain to Twitter about it and he had them marked the village. Yo as what was the term? They used manipulated New York. And so every time the video showed up instead of playing automatically you had to hit play cuz he said it was manipulated because he wasn't actually dead. Thing about Trump in the video and then he wrote a blog post on his website about how like the radical left is making up these lies about him and he guy pinned it to the top of his Twitter feed for like the next week and half. Sorry. Just to add to that just for the craziness of it. So we were racking up the these these views he writes it that night. So he is like in a full-on Jerry Maguire fit or he's just like riding away pins it to his profile to Brett's Point leaves it up there for 5 days. So everybody knows and it's just like Sean. Thanks man. Thanks. Thanks. I know. I know I block head was probably about to explode larger John is that because he pinned our video and he was the sole reason that Trump lost the election because all of his Google Chrome the video games single-handedly cause trouble with and
How to Land a Sponsorship Deal
"I did learn sales and i had a talent for sale so i knew that whatever i did i can always find work because people always need somebody to sell for them but then of course i said we'll let strike out on my own and start these businesses but the businesses Did not work. So i took that job and it was just a really toxic situation. I had to work with people. I didn't like and sometimes at lunch i would just go down on my car and cry and then i was in that abusive relationship for four years because basically i had no self-confidence the one thing that precipitated me leaving that job was my boss moving in with me in the same office and i had kind of a jerry maguire ending where i said forget it. I can't be here anymore. I had no job to go to when i broke up with the abusive boyfriend. I had no other relationship to go to. But i just kinda knew that everything would work out for me I love your story. And i relate to it especially this part of your story where we always have naysayers in our. We have people who say we can't do something or we shouldn't do something and usually they're the closest people to us there are family. There are close friends. The other relate to is this whole business class thing. I started as an econ. Major and quickly realized i wasn't jiving with the not kind of class i got into film and you grew up with art being centerpoint. As you've just said. I know one of the people who's both special in your life but also was that early. Naysayers your father. Keene talk about your relationship with him and how played a role in your life. Yeah well i've always had kind of a good relationship with my dad in. I admire him very much. And my father is all of five foot three. He's a very small man. And i'm not even by feet tall so i definitely take after him in a lot of ways but after the two failed businesses. I said dad. I'm going to start another business and remember all had was art school training. So what would you say to a crazy kid. Who said okay. I'm going to do another one. He said you're crazy. He said you're not qualified. You're living in a dream and it was really really hurtful to me and we didn't talk for about a year. We had a rift between us. I didn't really come to family functions. But i gotta tell you that my father. He did come around. He called me and he said. I am so sorry for anything that i said that was hurtful to you and linda. I m so proud of you. And i want everybody. Who's listening to this. If you have children please tell them how proud you are them every day because they are dining your it. I thought my heart would absolutely burst wide open when he said that. And now my dad is my biggest fan. Where so close. It's embarrassing. I have a daddy date every sunday. And he's really helping me through this time. The pandemic linda. He says i grew up in the depression. We didn't cast. We didn't have when people we had bread lines and we were so isolated. I want to tell people that are listening to us. Maybe you have a great support system. Maybe dull and i didn't. I didn't have the support my family. So i listened to things like this podcast. I went to entrepreneurial groups. I found a group of people who could support me and hold my business in light. So you've gotta find that group who can support you and who you can learn from also remember the people in your life habit agenda. My dad had an agenda. He was being protected dad. He didn't wanna see me fail again. He didn't wanna see me get hurt. I see that now. But i was a little too immature to see it at the time Yeah and i think they do have our best interests at heart and it just comes out in a different way. By the way you lead your an emotive person and so You know. I relate to that sale side. You've found your sales side. I found my sales side. You say sponsorship says the relationship is. We'll get into that in a minute before we get into that. You know the other thing that you talk about as you got third business idea. Which was your bag business. You said you were there with your cat. Your cats are business partner kind of sitting on your kitchen table and you had this idea and you became your name and your brand became the wealthy bag lady. Talk about that experience. And then how that led to the women's small business expo which really opened your eyes to this world sponsorship. Well the bag. Business was a business that i started with. My best friend cheryl being an artist. I had always collected with beautiful graphics and one day my mother your survivor of a jewish mother. You'll know what i'm talking about said. I'm coming by your apartment now. I was living in a little rent controlled apartment. And what you do with everything. That's laying around. I had all these bags
"jerry maguire" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"For the Cowboys. We can all enjoy watching the Cowboys soil themselves on national television, even though they're terrible. So put them aside in their own special place. But with the Jets, the Giants and the other obvious teams, the Lions except for Thanksgiving Day, let's not put the Bears on TV. No more. That's just Fresh The liquid in the bottom of a dumpster that that's what the Bears are. That was that was bad. And with no more matinee yone here, Matt Nagy wouldn't talk about offensive gurus. Come on. I mean, seriously, It's not all it's not just the quarterback. They went four for 14 on third downs. They're just calling random play After random play. They Guy's like a 12 year old playing man. Just just fashion. What did you guys think of the McVeigh? Little wrinkle where the guy's basically hide the formation? They were. Do you saw that? We're basically the Rams on a couple plays. They did it on a little screen past that they got a touchdown on To me. It makes a lot of sense. I mean, if you're you know what you're going to run, the defense reacts to the offense. They get a second or two to react to your formation That gives them an idea. Of of you know what? How they want to defend the play. What options there are to defend the play. Once they see the formation. You're kind of hiding the formation until the very last second. There's always the chance you could jump out. You could have a false start because of the timing of it. What I don't know it seem pretty effective. I don't know. I like the play where he Ah, had his team lined up offside twice like that. And I'm like what? What? What are you doing? The offense You never lineup offside. Heywood's last time you sit an offense lined up offsides. I mean that seriously. Usually it's a big never Adios. Helmets in the neutral zone. Yeah, they had two dudes line up in the nutrient. What do you guys what Okay, I could look at the football right there. It's not that hard. It's like that's one of things that drives me nuts. The neutral zone infraction like what are you doing? What do you look in that? Especially when the nose tackle tackle like you realize that football is literally Less than a foot away from you. All you have to do is look over at it and see and you can't be bothered by that new line up in the neutral zone. But the offense I was like, Bravo. You guys come, Aee. You caught me off guard doing a once you double down. You did it twice. I don't know. Maybe that's employed discombobulated bears somehow like What if his kinds Tu Innis McVeigh a genius? He trying to pull something doing over there? Is he messing with us? Yeah, There's gotta be something going on over there. I don't know what he's doing. I never know what they're doing it at there. Yes, I'm waiting that at his hot garbage. It's wow. It's awful. I mean, it is just like Man and I'll get the defense credit is a defense and sniping. They got to be thinking about it doing there. Put them in position her put them in position like What he wanted to dio way We're trying out here and you gotta do. All we want is a little hell. It's like Jerry Maguire. Help me help You Help me help you In the offense, like Damn cool. Defense. You complete us. They complete nothing because the offense is God. Me. I'm telling you if they get four holes, it's a guy when he comes in when he comes in, he's good when you start expecting stuff from it's like, Oh, Oh, you didn't think about it Think about the two best runs he had in his career. We won Were under the new chip Kelly regime with that offenses like revolutionary in the NFL. They're like, Whoa, What's this crap like aliens landed on Earth and played football. And he was new and that that was really expected. And he had that incredible year. 27 touchdowns. I think two picks is like an incredible Yeah. And after that, nothing And there's really nothing Until he won a Super Bowl with the Eagles, which, by the way he took over at the end, not allot expected out of him was like okay, we'll try to hide him. We'll try to do this. Let her defense when it And then he slowly gained confidence slowly gained confidence and he is good enough and as a skill set to get it done, and he did then. Expectations Clank and the Jaguars aside, You know what? We're going to sign him to a big contract. I don't want to sit up fair to say he claim because he got hurt, but he didn't do much there to deserve. That contract this year. They started out on the bench. Robiskie. He came in, and they're like, Oh, he's done it before he'll do it again. Clank, So I just He's good enough. Like to me. He's your backup. He's a really good NFL backup. If you needem incoming a winning football games, or at least he could do well enough like he's not a guy that comes in. You're like we have no chance with this guy. That's not who he is. But as soon as everything is born, and he's got his every third game, planning in the expectation there, there he is the number one guy it just hasn't worked out has not worked, but that's the thing. He is a back up, but he's the best player on that Bears offense. You think so? Who's been going? Robinson a gallon Robert hand. Probably He would probably the guy that I would cover the mellow Robinson. I give Maybe not your old Jimmy Graham. Jimmy Graham. Yeah, You know, I don't like dislike folds. He's accurate. He just He's just not that hard to drive it down the field, But you can't have a dude. That's just okay. That's pressed into the starting role, and there's nothing else around him other than Alan Robinson in any defense work today, I was going to go well, we're removed that Alan Alan Robinson guy who had Forgot about. We'll just take him out of the equation, and we're going to go to Cole commit Behind that offensive line. What's he supposed to do? Yeah. I mean, the Bears have. No, Here's the thing. You think Chicago bears monsters of the midway, and then you look at their back. David Montgomery your account man. He's like timid Iowa State, and he's pretty explosive. Not terrible. They can run the football. They have been able to run the football year. They lost James Daniel's coming into this game. I couldn't run the ball in this game. Donald kick their butt. Leonard Floyd was awesome. Last night he was flying off the edge. The Rams defense totally dominated this game, eight hits on the quarterback and the one on third down, and Johnny Hekker was most dominating, punching them small time for you getting me and when a punter is the star The game was just, you know, I wouldn't get you know what? I'll tell you what I still I still on? I'm not. I can't imagine. I'm alone in this sold on golf. I still think golf is good, but I know that he's Ah, I don't think he's a guy. You just have to pay him that type of money because of the quarterback position. But there's still some stuff. I looked at him and go. Yeah. Yeah. You see it? You don't see it consistently enough, but Yeah, okay. I mean, I get it, but it's like to me he's he's still got his still got a little bit a ways to go like he's He's kind of been there. I would put him in the grapple a boat. You know, a guy that could be could be really good and then under pressure, he can't get his butt kicked. It's got it's a lot better when his run game is popping. Yeah, he's the other guy. You know, You got a good that's really good running game. You could get it done with a guy like you, actually, look at it. Go. All right, All right, All right. Don't even that play that you're wipe out of your mouth and stroke your beard pensively.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on KTOK
"Actor of the age of five and stole hearts as the cute kid in Jerry Maguire. Jonathan Lip. Nikki is now grown up and has a new movie out just in time for Halloween. Jonathan Lipnicki. Thanks for joining us this morning. What we're going to see in the movie broil my skin's already crawling just a little bit. Well, it is a movie about a powerful family and the daughter of the patriarch wants to take him out. So she hired a killer chef. To a point in her father and I play that chef. And does this very close to do you like to cook? He was actually right before I made this project I was on worst cooks in America on the food network. So you know, I used to be really, really bad. And now I'm only a little bit back. So I do like it, though. I really enjoy it now. This was really cool. Well, you've been you've been famous lately for taking very good care of yourself and being a bit of a fitness buff, So I didn't teach you anything about fitness learning to cook. Yeah. You know, it's great because you get to put your own ingredients and you don't know what they're going to put in restaurants or how much salt there putting or when I definitely made, you know, eating healthy easier, But, yeah, you know, I also love to eat horribly, so I also can go that way. On by horrible I mean, tasty and good and delicious. And Jonathan Lipnicki is with us. The name of the movie is broil. And after a violent incident with a school nemesis chance Sinclair is sent to live with her draconian grandfather in this lavish estate. Will the movie have any? Oh, any cliches like go running into the room full of knives when you're being chased by the villain. You know she's on some stuff, definitely that you think before, But there's a certain originality to the telling of it and the timeline of the movie and how it's how the story's told. It's a fun take on some older stuff, but also has the originality of his own. And Jonathan Lipnicki is in it. You know him from Stuart Little and Jerry Maguire is well, and the name of the movie is broil. It's on digital, Blue ray and TV D ah this Friday. I'm sorry today. Never mind today. Ah, And I guess that's the new way. People now are watching your movies and that is at home. Yeah, you know, especially during this time right now, I miss movies. I missed going to him that we all get healthy soon, And we can, you know for the joy from somebody normalcy again, But you know, it's just I'm grateful to have it out on anything. Platform in any in any way, and I'm excited to see what people imagine This was shot before the pandemic. Yes, this was shot. I believe January 2019 If I'm correct, I'm bad with times, right? Yeah, we shot quite a bit before and you know life has changed quite a bit And I personally can't wait to get back to work. But you know, there's a lot of greater things that play like people help and the state of the world and I just hope things you know. Better in Jerry Maguire. He had the uncanny knowledge about the weight of a human head. But now he's so working as an actor embroiled Abe Ewing on digital and Blue ray and DVD just in time for Halloween. Bit of a scary thriller that you might want to add to your especially if you're a fan of this genre. Jonathan Lipnicki with us on NewsRadio 1000 Katie. Okay, a cz far as taking care of yourself and ah and doing things within this pandemic. How has it altered your lifestyle? You know you have a very active guy. Brazilian Jiu jitsu. Tio. I do which I kick boxing, so obviously like that stuff's not really in play right now. You know, Trying to be, you know, relied on a lot of classes and trainers and, you know, definitely being more of a self starter recently. I got to know I've been training Again socially distance with the really great trainers, so that helps it motivated. Also, my girlfriend's in amazing shape, so she helped motivate me, But it's hard. You know the heart of time that they acted at the hard time to keep your your mental health and check. It is a lonely time and I think everybody Has gone through some form of it, You know, in certain varying degrees, and I think it's about finding something that keeps you active that you enjoy that you know you can do during this time, and that's definitely hard for me. It's been instead of going to the gym. I've just been doing more running and biking doing more stuff outside where I can get out. Yeah. You know, I think this has turned a lot of people into bikers and runners, You know? I mean, I guess that's one small positive thing is, people are going outside and you know, we're getting in touch with simpler things like you know, the beauty of the outdoors. And you know if you're in an area where you can go outdoors or You know being Trapped is hard, You know, I think that people found positive ways such as yourself. Well, thank you. I'm not the level you are, but I appreciated. We will continue this conversation and featured on the later with Leigh Matthews Podcast available for free Katie okay dot com and the I Heart radio app That old.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Based on the shape and design the fact that Eminem's will melt in your hand but will not melt in the oven. Is it true? I don't know. I guess I guess you have your making. Mmm. Cookies. They don't necessarily know why do we park in the driveway and drive on a parkway? Get off the Internet, You know, get off of the Internet. You know if you take a toothbrush, and he cut off the brush part What you call it a tooth. Dude. Eric, go, man. Stoner. Thoughts of cabin cute. Marley. Let's go when we get to Nathan. Nathan. Good morning. How are you, buddy? Good. How are you? We're doing all right. So you've got something that's really going to make our head hurt its really gonna blow our mind. I think so. Yeah. Go ahead, buddy. Okay, well, there are trillions of microorganisms on and in your body and they make up to £4 of your body weight. Oh, gross. Make up. Say it again to make up. How much 2 to £4? Yeah, that's 123% of her body weight. So micro organisms can weigh that much. There's that many. They make up 2 to £4 of her body weight. Yeah, There's really Yeah. How old are you? I am 12. All right. I'm getting Jerry Maguire Vibes from you kidding Jerry Maguire that had all the random facts. Yeah, I'm sure he knows that movie. There's a big fan of Maguire. Nathan, Have you ever thought about this? The brain technically named itself You know? Yeah. I didn't think that was the brains name before. It's called the brain. It didn't have one, You know, but whoever named the brain they used the brain to come up with the name insane in the membrane, Cyprus he'll kick today. Because, baby when you talk woman hating my body attraction Attention. This is perfection like baby When you talk woman Creating the size of my bra, and that's deceiving protection. Tension can see your body moves and you know what I do just want to have a banking have failed. See, I'm doing what I can put it down. So you know, there's like She spend baby when you talk The one eating the size of his body..
WWE names Nick Khan as new President & Chief Revenue Officer
"Did you see the news of Nick Khan and I don't know how many people in our audience know that name Nick Con Heading from CAA to the wwe all of a sudden a weird. Just a weird thing to have happen is the pandemic is going to shift a whole bunch of things. I'm guessing next to nobody knows who nick is wrestling fans will now get y'all have an idea of WHO, Nikon. He's one of the most powerful sports agents at. The most powerful sports agencies CIA who represented many big clients, many ESPN, and now he's left for what he thinks to be greener pastures. You can make the argument as some in our business do that this guy runs espn that basically all the people that have been hired here and got contracts is because this guy makes money for clients. Now I left ca a while ago because it was totally soulless like it was just this shiny thing. I. Really had an experience with my agent that was like Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire, where he's he looked around, he was like. And I'm like, yeah, I don't want to be there either and because it nick cons trying to replace this radio show ESPN for the better part of years like he said, we were gonNA fail along and he's been trying to replace us with his clients the entire time and he hasn't been able to do it. But this move to the wwe out of nowhere when you're representing the, you know the power agency not just in sports to God's but. Ca like they do all the shining things when I was there, it's like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt and Surreal Shiny Hollywood thing and I hated it i. thought it was I. Thought was awful. Oh, I think from a business standpoint there the agency that runs sports and they're certainly the agency that controls the runs Hollywood There's no question ought to go from there to Vince McMahon to Vince McMahon to be president and financial officer of WWe of all places. Like that, that right there is oil that deserves each
Kelly Preston dies after 2-year battle with breast cancer
"Actress Kelly Preston has died. Her husband, John Travolta, announced it late last night, saying she battled breast cancer for two years. They acted in several films together, You might recall Preston from Jerry Maguire. There is a sensitivity thing that some people have I don't have it. She was only 57 years
Next generation drive-in theaters are here!
"TRIBECA. A company founded by actor Robert Deniro and his producing partner Jane Rosenthal. They are staging a summer July drive in festival, offering new films like Palm Springs, classics like back to the future, and Jerry Maguire and stand up comedy on the big screen. And then the fall Tribeca is bringing NFL game so the drive in as well. Now my screening of Palm Springs started at five PM at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena California. When I asked if that wasn't perhaps a Typo as you need dark skies to be able to project the film under the big screen, I was given a firm. No, we use LCD screens which are viewable from the cars I was told LCD like the TV's. We buy and put in our living rooms now to listen to the audio. They don't put a speaker on your car door like they used to, but instead they. They ask you to tune into a specific portion of the FM radio dial or use a Wifi signal to hear it on your phone. Food came from gourmet food trucks part of the rose. Bowl, which had several screens going at once now it's funny, because just a few years ago, drive ins were absolutely dead, only used for flea markets, and the like on Sundays and occasionally in very rural markets. They might shows movies. So I love their back, and I hope they make it. However I parked too close to the screen and could only see seventy percent of it unless I yanked my car chair back all the way. And the LCD looked bad as good as a TV does in a really bright room in other words, not so hot. The audio was great, but I had to keep the car running for two hours in order to play the FM that and it was a hot night so I need the air conditioning on as well and yes I burn through a bunch of gas, but you know I was glad to get out and I know now to park way in the back next time and to go to a later show when it's dark and most importantly to fill up on gas before arrive. TRIBECA is not the only company working on reviving the drive in there are several others around the country. Be sure to try it out and support them because who knows how long it's going to be before we can go out to the movies again.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Repodcasting
"I, we. Do it. Because she's. Yes. Way To. Work. And it makes me so I WANNA. Yeah. Violent Yeah I. Do have to say going back and looking at Cameron. Crowe's stuff like I definitely cannot call myself fantasies anymore. How? Well, there was one that I had considered as well and then I saw her on the list is Parker Posey. She's. Bridget Fonda as well as a her D. somewhere. And then someone else who I thought of as well briefly who ended up seeing that she had been considered Molly Ringwald. You mentioned. There really are a ton of votes so. Well the weirdest actually Alec Baldwin at one point. I thought on IMDB and the weirdest one I saw was Tim Allen. Genetically flopped. Who I almost. Like, it was doing how involving in this. Have Gone with a younger actress and more. In the. Direction of the was Tom Cruise. I was actually going to pick Robert. Wood as much as I dislike him, he'd be perfect for. Europe. Role. But again I wanted an actor who was a little bit older. That's why was involved, but if I had gone the other way, no. My first choice when I was thinking of someone older as well as Bruce Willis only yeah, yeah. Off! I'm just going to move US along to the next segment, so go ahead. Yashar. Wanted to mention was two weeks. Jerry O'CONNELL show. Jerry O'CONNELL plays. and. I just want to say that I don't understand why. You're. and become a bigger thing after this movie. Why seems like he was poised. He was poised. She was on that are-. Stardom. What. Yeah I agree. I think he's also we. We talked about him quite a bit. Yeah. Okay so the ratings on indeed be this thought seventy seven percent from twenty eight critics, which actually isn't that high like I thought it was universally loved by critics, and then on rotten tomatoes. It got an eighty three percent from eighty two reviewers. Yeah, I still don't think it's a horrible movie. I think it has problems that could be fixed with some petr writing. But, it's not all bad. Are Elements. Of the movie were. You don't. Well I don't know I, mean I. country. You know what I. I found myself really you. Know many times threat the movie and it wasn't like gender. SORTA stuck eater like anyone who's like making were. Loud. OPINIONATED FEMINISTS RATE Because I'm sure there's. People thinking that you know I also did A. The rampant through stereotype with Cuba, gooding junior's character. For example. Because I felt. The the way his character was written stereotype in. Cameron. Kroll was presenting some sort of. Stereotype of were like all the character of how an African. American would be you. got that fence. That's where he was going with that character I dunno I just didn't. I, like the way that character was written. Like. It's nothing against Cuba. gooding junior. He went off and he does. A great job was very good, but. Just felt like he was really sort of. Play into a stereotype. The way we often see like African American characters portray don't know. only thing I didn't like was. We're supposed to see like that redemption in Jerry, Maguire, array. Like the evolution of Jerry Maguire but I don't know like I didn't really see that I. Mean we start thaw? Okay? He starts off as a corporate a hall, and then at the end of the movie self-employed Awful. Yeah I agree. It's not earned I totally agree with you I? Don't 'cause you were saying how. The female characters are one dimensional in this, but I think most of the characters are pretty one dimensional in this. Oh. Sorry, you know what I'm GonNa. I'M GONNA. Go back to the ROD tidwell. I feel like I didn't articulate myself properly. Because even one part where Jiri, he's talking to broad and he goes I mr black people. Yeah, I, did not like that line you. Hike. Hanging in a he's. Well. It is it is it is? But isn't it supposed to be because of that plane? He's just full of Shit saying whatever he can to hold onto client so that the other guy doesn't take him. I see your point. If they made that movie today. They couldn't get away with. And, that's a good thing. I appro- nowhere. Yeah. It was just. So, I was like online. Mike how this is making me feel you? Agree okay well I forgot that I also WANNA give a shout out to Jean King who I love her in everything. I seen her in, but she's just always so good and I I thought she was very good as Mrs Tidwell. What was it marcy? The other thing when you really Regina King. She has been working. has been around for so long and look at how long it's taken. Her Hollywood recognized her were. Just went Oscar. Like what last year the year before. I mean. Let's face it. I'm sorry better actor than.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Repodcasting
"Red in the face and freaking out and just like. So over acting. Late show as the hyper masculine Michael Cain. We get it you. Know so I. Don't know if that the Tong Harness. overcompensation thing, maybe explain or I don't feel like character supposed to be like. Character. Yes, but it's a poppy jackass who has been put into a mode of desperation and I think that's where that's coming from I I. Agree with you that that seems. Like I totally agree with you that in that scene it's it's a bit much. Teams as well even. and seeing where you know, was the line you complete near you. Bullshit I don't know. You know any delivering not monologue. You. superintent gone fees just like. Get Yours always. I don't know it just always feel. For acting. Always way. I feel about Tom Cruise's. Super Intensity and. Now you know what's really great. Is that you talking about this? Right now is making me picture, Matthew, mcconaughey, doing those same things and I think he would actually be better than Tom. You know I think. Already. Have already kind of like you. Felt Alec Baldwin as well like. Just an element of your personality I feel. Well. Thank you know feeling even better about much. Awesome of okay, and so for the DOROTHY boy character listen. I liked Renee Zellweger in this I like her and everything. I, am one of the people who's like rooting for her and I. Do think that the character is a strong person. And the one thing that I will say that I. Think I saw that strength. In Renee Zellweger until the scene where she breaks up with Jerry Maguire. So I did WANNA put in somebody who I think could maybe portray that strength, a little better, and I, also after our chat about Aloha and Cameron Crowe's penchant for Blonde leading ladies. I also did not WANNA. Pick a blonde. So I landed on Lauraingraham, who was the start of Gilmore girls and parenthood, so I hate to like typecast her because she has played a single mom quite a bit on television. But I think she'd be so great and she's. She's a very. She's very good at portraying strong women and I think that she would have really brought such an interesting. Aspect to that character. Did this movie. She was basically unknown rain and I think the chose her like that was definitely on purpose. Because this is like a a Tom Cruise vehicle. She had already been an empire records, but yet she wasn't like a star, household, name or anything. Foreign Graham. He was I don't recall what she had already done at that point. Yes and I just I really like her, too. I think she's a good actor. So. English. How with? Yes that are written. I agree I was really irritated and to me. This wasn't Lakers fall to as the writing. I was really irritated that in that scene in the morning after they've slept together in. He's in her house and she's talking to her sister. She thinks he's still asleep. They've gone around one date. And she saved her sister I. Love Him I love him. I love him. I love him, I love and it's like. Get a grip lady. I don't know it was really pissing me off. Your exactly but. Meals. Like all this week. Woman who you know as. Self esteem. Often? Do we respect this character I? Certainly don't like. I certainly have no respect for dorothy whatsoever, and she's literally to me. It's like she's the person who has no identity. Jiri around trying to help him with his success. and. HAD NOTHING TO So I found a boatload of other actors who auditioned or were considered for both roles, probably because he had been writing for three and a half years, so I'm not gonNA go through the entire list, but I do want to mention a couple. That were interesting to me so I read that Janine. Garoppolo had been offered the role of Dorothy. On the condition that she lose weight. Yeah. So! Cameron Crowe I don't know. I don't know if we'd been explicit enough in how we feel about him. But yeah, so she did, and then found out that it was given as I'll wicker. Dirt. Agreed. The one person who I saw. Offering the role but I think she wanted too much money. And you know it's interesting. Almost catcher before on saw any of this with Mira Sorvino. Okay. Yeah I was reading that she was actually considering the rule and they were considering. Hiring her like seriously hiring. Okay initially I also read that winona Ryder was linked to. It at a time when Tom Hanks was still linked to it. And then they did do screen tests between Winona Ryder Tom Cruise once he was on board and Cameron. Crowe said that they looked like brother and sister, so she was. Let go. Yes, exactly and then J.. Lo at one point was considered, but her agent told her that the role wasn't right for her, and so she didn't take it, but you know what I think. Her agent was right. That role isn't right for Lopez. And the other thing I wanted to mention was Jennifer Connelly was considered for avery..
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Repodcasting
"Because she enjoys sex. Joins not exact. Interest But I feel like kind of the way it was ecstatic. In the narrative. I kind of feel that. We're. Going with it and then we outdoorsy who's on Dorothy so sweet. And she fair to hourly, completely admire cheery, and she's just off. She's the good girl. So. The way I felt we were being spoon fed the story, and again that goes back to how I feel that this movie has not each well at all right. Getting off on. So casting recasting remains all anchors so Beca said I find her boring, and you know what? Cameron Crowe, Mike. His blond male be trade. Vote this when we did Aloha. Seemed to be. So I didn't WanNa Punch and want someone who was boring, even though the character dorothy kind of feel she's. She's supposed to be doughty and boring and. Not Anything. Dorthy is a single mother. Oh is a career woman, freezing and child on her own anything. Be Opposite. You know what I mean like. She's a strong. Email character doing it on her own. And yet she has. ME. Like almost boring person. So I was Jennifer, economy. Almost victor. She actually, the ten eleven years older than Alec Baldwin but. She is, but you know what her actually no. More than not three because he's in his sixties, she's not even yet, so maybe there's like what all years or whatever. But anyway you know what I feel like four this time period like nineteen ninety six baggage. was perfectly acceptable between your male and female. Be Great. The Hollywood still does. Not so much. Do back then nobody would even. Ask So. And, also, just kind of the way that the characters. Are Meant to be I. think that's okay like Dorothy is supposed to be in her twenty S. And missing out on, you know partying because she's got a little kid to deal with. So yeah, I think that's fine. Anyway. She's under. Siege her. Colleen Alec Baldwin at the beach. Chemistry with the interesting to see as well. I'm really quite connolly like I think she's. One of the finest. Female actors. Out there, she's definitely one of the best criers. I feel like Jennifer. Connelly is Gash of the best criers. Highlights her a lot. I think she's. What I loved her and After for a Beautiful Mind yes, yeah with Russell Crowe. Jennifer, connelly is fury good at playing against Alpha male characters or actors, but she's so skilled at drama and such a strong actor, and I would have loved to seen what she would have done with the Dorothy role I think. Gene was brought just a different of. Life to the character. Fester we supposed to I. mean the way she's written and even the way. I don't know. During the is. Allowed to have more of a personality but I. Just I wouldn't like just seeing what China for. When done without raw? I think that's fair. And I think where recasting it, so we can give her more strength or life or whatever we're allowed to do that. Awesome okay, so I really like this movie when it came out and watching it again this weekend, it's dated for sure. I liked it less. But still I didn't hate it and I didn't think it was terrible. And I did think. Both Tom Cruise and raise a layer fit the roles. I really do. So I struggled with three casting them. Yeah initially before I watched it again I was picking older gentlemen, and then we'll watching it as i. don't think he needs to be older I think it makes sense I totally understand why you chose to do that, but I also think that that kind of like epiphany could happen to anybody at any point like it could even happen to somebody who just gets into the business and thinks they're getting into a certain kind of industry and get there and realizes that no, it's all greedy and whatever. Sure Yeah, so I ended up picturing someone while watching it, and then when I went back, and looked up his age in nineteen, ninety six as like. Oh, he's a bit young for this, but now I can't picture anybody else so I cast him anyway. And that is Matthew mcconaughey. So. He was twenty seven at the time, so if you want, let's just pick whatever thirty six year old back you mcconaughey. Susan, this but I really think that he has that kind of you know swagger and arrogance, and he has that right attitude that fits the character very well. and yeah I, just once I thought of him I really couldn't think of anybody else who I liked better. He can be the twenty-seven-year-old, Matthew mcconnahey thirty. Zero Matthew mcconaughey. However, you want a picture. On it. It is about Tom Cruise like I feel like in so many well, I mean even to this day. Like his talk, Chris! Sixty and I'm not sure if he's not. He's close to it. But even to this day I tom cruise has always been marketed and still is he? He's marketed to us as a hyper masculine master. And I've never really. I've never. Really bought it notion. You know what I mean yeah. I just always feel like she's over. Watching certain parts of this, it was like she. Over acting and it doesn't. Feel organic link. 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"jerry maguire" Discussed on Repodcasting
"Who Doesn't Love Barbecue so? Give it a listen along with the other podcasts at Alberta podcast network DOT com. Okay so Janet. Would you like to start with the recast? With talk crews and you know I understand that a lot of people I mean this movie is so big commercially critically. A lot people can't imagine anyone else in the role of. Jerry Maguire. You know what watching it. This time around I found it interesting that Cameron Crowe when he initially wrote this movie, he wrote it with Tom Hanks in mind. Yeah, that was really interesting to me and by the time he finished breakage. He helps the Taunt Hake move. To play. Yet, no, he spent three and a half years writing it, which is a long time, but three and a half years lake for a character to be the choice for it to outgrowing it. I don't know about that felt weird to me. And I think that he's still should have cast not necessarily Tom. Hanks but I think. Someone who's going to write a kind of a mission statement. I find it hard to believe someone who is young. With right? A mission statement. I kinda felt that. How more someone who is a little bit older, who perhaps have been in the business for a while someone who is a little more seasoned in their career, and it's kind of at a point where my dear fed oppor. They've hiding, and that's what ferns them to write a May Stephen. My Perspective on. That was my instinct to before I re watched it actually I had picked a bunch of people who were all older, and then watching it I kind of went the other way, but we'll get to that after. Thirty one years old cash. Younger side of it, whereas talking pushing forty Ray, and just in my opinion, the Jerry Maguire character would be closer to forty. Would be somebody who was kind of. A. Career where he kind of like been doing this for a while and would be really reflect kid and look back. With right? That's kind of where I was coming. So I wanted an actor. was. Like a bit older. And I also wanted somebody who I wanted a name obviously I wanted like coveting recognizable. Who would have box office draw? I GOING WITH ALEC Baldwin. You know what can be Alec Baldwin. Maguire McGuire. That would be much of a stretch for Alec Baldwin just way. Funny because when I turn going back when I was looking at our ball in nineteen, ninety, five, eighty, six, I was looking at photos of the and even watched. Did on the Charlie rose, you know. Like Oh my God Alice Ball when Jerry McGuire. How? This because you know, Alan. Charms. Prisma McKay embodies the essence of that. When you think about all when you think of somebody who is like really narcissistic someone like hyper masculine writing best way I think Alec Baldwin Yeah I don't think anyone can argue that with you. In a very good actor. Really you and he has a very commanding screen presence and I think she's. Versatile enough could have played like the more. Tolerable. Of. Jerry Maguire character. We started to see that evolution supposedly where. You know he's going through this. Whenever metamorphosis? When call it? All. Those knows. I? Would have done a really good job I think he would have been better talker than I. I'm sure there are people listening who actually joined this and on never imagine anyone else. Playing this character I. Think Ball I Know WanNa see pictures of Alec Baldwin in Nineteen ninety-six. For starters I mean. It's like a handsome older band. outfall sixties now, but I'll I'll. One was lakes. Oh! Has. Asthma! Yield yeah for sure, has it? And then the, That we? Is Dorothy played by Renee Zellweger and. Like you said. I'm not a huge fan of Renee Zellweger. I just think she's overrated and I just find her boring, and that's probably just my own personal opinion. I have never understood. Why People I don't particularly very talented. I never seen her in a movie on Oh. Wow, like Brenes waker blew me away she just. She just do more so this character I mean. We talked about this when we did our Aloha. Episode I don't think the Cameron Crowe is particularly skill. She characters. Everyone? Yeah, and especially the female characters in this movie. I just was like suber unimpressed past go character development whatsoever. In? This movie like they are so one. They only exist in service of the male character. Really kind of felt like. And use this word not. I'm this word. But just because that's the story was being told. You so initially. It was like either the woman is. A good girl! I kind of felt that way that you female injury Maguire's life for present tinge. Eve Ary you see on say. Connotation that she's fluffy because she's. Assertive. and. That, I will never forget I was dating someone I would see this movie in Nineteen. Ninety six, and that was even. That I was eating me as well. Well with GALLIC POW fiance such a sly.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Repodcasting
"You know I think hugh grant has his own place in the can't. Imagine comedy yeah. Okay well to talk about another best worst movie. No, this one. Isn't that bad. But today we are recasting Jerry Maguire. It is from nineteen ninety six. which is a long time ago. It's pretty shocking. It's really hard to believe and so this was a listener. Suggestion, right? This movie because she really felt that they'll be. We're completely miscast, but I also suspect. God. See this movie several times because it's one of her husband shaver movies, which like I'm totally judging him now this. Guy Borrowed. From from. And, so he actually owned. Movies on DVD on and I. Bought it because he loved so much so I. Think one of the reasons that Fred also picked this as because she eats this movie. or FOUR INCH So, we were cast. and. When you said that it's hard to believe it gets. Old. Because I felt. I was watching it. I had seen it initially when it came out twenty years ago. Right I remember going to the movie theater and watching it but. Watching it now. Does feel feel. Old I don't I personally don't feel. This is a movie that has aged very well. Yeah, I'd have to agree with you. I also saw in theaters. And I actually watched it again for this podcast from my vhs copy of it. Did I it was digitized, but I digitized Almighty ages copies a few years ago, so I didn't own. It. I did really like it when I see it in the theater. Action. I did. I okay so I've go back a second when we talked about Aloha. Months ago, that was a Cameron Crowe Film and I've said in that episode I thought I liked Cameron Purbo because I had jerry. Maguire ahead. Almost famous I had been a guy like I. owned all these movies I was a fan. I must've been so traumatized. You told me that and I blocked from my mem-. Remember you see that you were cameron? How? All, that's going far, but I did like a lot of his films. And until I didn't mind vanilla sky when I saw the first time, and I don't think I've seen it against since maybe once, but since then I have not liked anything that he's done and going back apart from almost famous, which I do still like very much. I do feel like. Going back to his stuff, it doesn't really age well. We. I. Okay! So then let's move onto the box office numbers. Fifty million and Now. Two hundred seventy, four million. I remember when it came out, it was. Commercial Success and critical success. Like even going back and looking for bad reasons for this movie. I actually find any. By I. Think it's important also to mention not the majority of people who resumed this movie at the time were merely. White men because that's who the movie reviewers were. I think we have a more diverse group of movie reviewers now, but back in like ninety six. Movies reviews were written by with mostly I were allier. By women for this movie I didn't find any them accents, and especially going back now like it's clearly written by a man clearly. yeah, This was Tom Cruise's fifth consecutive movie. Bat made over a hundred million at the box office. Yet which was a record at the time I don't know if it still is. He had just come off a four huge hits before this He was a megastar. So I, think it was really surprising and. Choice of from your friend Kelly to want to recast this in my opinion. It's interesting to me because I don't think this movie would have been as big a hit if it wasn't starring Tom Cruise. Old We, always fight over the jumpers, Raymond was pretty testy episode. Heated discussion and you know everything about this movie is. It was nominated for five. Said not. Renee Zellweger which kind of. I don't like her but I like her I like her in this movie kind of bugs was. Nominated for because you've Cuba, gooding junior had won the Oscar, but I didn't realize it was nominated for five Oscars, so I mean yeah, it was absolutely. Yeah no doubt. So this noxious that this is a sports agent who doesn't understand intimacy gets fired after sharing a memo about shooting greed in their industry, a much younger accountant from the company goes with him and false for him way too quickly. Yet so I think got, we can just go ahead and take our break before we get into our recasting choices so bad casting is brought to you by. Bernie podcast network powered by a t be, and there are tons of great podcasts on me. Elbert podcast network that you should check out. One example is eat more. Barbecue Ryan Anderson promotes and fosters barbecue culture in Alberta with this weekly interview show about the barbecue life and as Janet said before we started recording..
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Repodcasting
"You ever watched the movie in wondered why the cast that will men or that guy? Here's our chance to give it a try. Re podcasting. Low and welcome to another episode of re. podcasting I'm Lucia. Janet's. It's goaling. I. Think we're on what day forty five more or less. We are? Right now and he's. Locked up at home. Yeah, now we are recording this a little bit in advance so hopefully by the time this airs who was maybe people will be allowed to go out to bid, but probably not. June? A partner place exactly. Sorry! This comes of June the first. Yes! Sure, No? I'M GONNA cut this out for sure. So sorry everyone. They actually junipers. So discombobulated because of the Pan. List now. Be locked up most likely. and. So, what have you been doing with your warranty engines? Speak for cheese. which, anyone who knows our listens to US knows that we are approach, heritage and. I. Mean I speak a little? But I've been studying out for almost two years. So I had so much time, so I've really been focusing on. Sharpening, my purchase languages go so getting better one day hopefully I'll be able to actually visit. And what have I been doing just like a lot of reading watching a lot of movies? Worse and you know just. Cleaning and you know doing things that I kind of put off for like the last. Five years and finally. Tackle. been learning any new skills or anything, but I feel lake doing little artsy craft type things has been really comforting. I've made lots of felt animals. Yeah just little to show you a picture later, but like just. Okay cool. Well they're adorable, so you're missing out and come and then I've also been drying lot which I don't do much. I'm not very good. But I just been feeling like joining lately, and it's been very fun and very comforting. You know it's funny that you mention driving because I don't know. Anyone other than you know this, but I own a Ryan on fling powering book. Admit. I'm telling the world about this now. It's like my secret. All coming out during the pandemic, all your secrets so I've actually. Finally had time to sit down and. Hours mindless hours listening to US and car. In. My, but and let me tell you. It then wonders from a mental how? Great and even shared some of the masterpieces. Wish lose. Yeah over what happened. I don't know I think you need to tell people what your reaction was when you when you. Your coloring skills are unsurpassed they. You're extremely creative. I have to say I love coloring, but I am very like I don't know not boring but i. just kind of like I have a Bob's Burgers, coloring book and I only color the people in the clothing colors that they are supposed to wear like i. don't really think outside the box if you will and the images that you sent me, are just like dazzling displays of color. And I always love the little touch of writing I love. Janet somewhere on his person. That's definitely my favorite. was usually something to do with how much he loves me. So I mean I have no problem getting myself entertained I. Really don't can. Find of creativity. Over here so you mentioned you've been watching movies. What is the best movie that you've watched since importing? That I think I watch during quarantine. I think there's actually three fuck free. Really good ones always be my maybe. I think. About this because. If anyone has not seen this yet. And even if you don't like romantic comedies, I would totally recommend always my maybe. It's so good. It's funny I. Really enjoyed it, and then. I saw American woman when she. Is With Santa Nella. Oh. Yeah I was excellent. I mean I'm always learning about. How much I love her so grim time recapture wrestling time. If you have any. Current level of talent like you have to watch this because she's excellent, and he really carry that and she's awesome, and then you don't want I saw another movie Shiloh book, and it's called the peanut butter. How? All my God. I, hope you get the opportunity to. Really enjoy. I would to. Heard of. Listeners as well if you haven't watch.
Pants on Fire: Cheerleading
"Welcome to pants on. Fire that game show where kids choose between the cheerful and spirited truth and the bad sportsmanship of lies. I'm your host Deborah Gold. Cnn in the studio today is our sound effects about Lisa which stands for live in-studio audience too but not too but that is the question. Pardon me I poured in the lady. Thank you but what is it that you are doing? I'm practicing my lines. I have an audition tomorrow for the robot. Regional Theater production of Hamlet. How that's exciting to thrilling. Indeed but to be honest I am nervous. Oh I really want to be in this play and I've been setting all the lines for weeks. I think you're going to be great and remember this above all to thine own self be true. What is that some sort of fortune cookies saying? No it's a line from no forget it. Why don't you take your mind off your audition and tell us how our game works Shaw Melody? Every ways we bring onto grownups. One is an expert the other ally and it's the job of a human to help us figure out who is too because no one gets about Aligarh better than a kid. I mean we hope right. Otherwise Radha business. What are we lying about today Deborah? We are lying about cheerleading. An activity of organized cheering chanting dancing and sometimes competing with stumps Lisa. Do you know anything about cheerleading. I'm sure had mentioned my great uncle. The electronic scoreboard was installed at a basketball court. I used to go to games and watch him keep score the cheerleaders. Were pretty good but nothing is as exciting as watching your uncle. Flip those numbers. That's real spirit. I I can appreciate that but I think you're going to really feel the spirit when we learn more about cheerleading. Now whatever okay. I say we should find out about our contestants shall we? Who might that be? I know tell us are human child contestant as an eight year old who loves everything about baseball. I'm Talkin every billy leave of it lily are you. I'm good welcome to pass on. We're so happy that you're here. You love everything about baseball. You like watching it or playing it. That's cool duva favorite baseball team. Yes the New York mets. The New York mets and dealer favorite player on the team Noah syndergaard. Mister met. Yeah I was stuffy of him only and I went to high school together. I don't know about that and tells. I hear that there is a forbidden word in your house and it starts with the letter Z. And it is perhaps a vegetable and getting close to something you don't care for Sabre Broccoli might be Zucchini. This is something you do not like correct blab not in any which way not even Zucchini ice cream. Ill Zucchini no. It's kind of fun. So can all right. We'll we want to know some more fun facts about you lilly. But we're GONNA do it the way we do it on pants on fire playing two truths and a lie. Okay so you're gonNA tell us three facts about yourself. Two of those facts will be true. One will be ally and we have to figure out which one is the lie. Are you ready? Yeah Excellent. What are your three facts on so first one is my dreams go to West Point West Point? I know absolutely everything about Harry Potter. Threes my grandparents live in Spain Spain. No not space stain. That'd be fun. Okay what do you think Lisa? Which one of those things is a lie? She said earlier that she knew everything about baseball. Now trying to come back and say she knows everything about Harry Potter. That's like a lot of that. One is the law. That's fair. I think there's one things she doesn't know about. Maybe so lily. Which one of those things is a lie Is My grandparents live Spain? So you're saying you know everything about Harry Potter. Yes okay. Let's see. Do you know what Harry Potter does? Yeah he's a wizard. She does everything she does. Okay Lisa can we get some welcome music? For OUR CHEER EXPERTS. Two four six eight khurda appreciate. I want to hear about it if it's me otherwise I don't talk about it. I just appreciate me. Our first expert is Allison Williams. Allison introduce yourself to Palo Lily. I am a CO owner of an All Star cheerleading program in Brooklyn New York. Pay Thank you very much and our second expert is Gerry mccrae Jerry. Please introduce yourself to lily. Lilly how are you? I'm Cheri and competitive cheer choreographer at Various High Schools in New York and Connecticut and they used to cheerleader twenty Peac University. Two thousand five to two thousand nine go Queenie plus enough. Let's see those are some cheerful sounds? Lisa well I always feel cheerful. It's I'd say time toads. We are going to put our experts on the hot seat while they answered lillies questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I Jerry Maguire. Because he's going to show us the money. His name is not Jerry Maguire. But I like your thinking anyway I fine. Blue Okay Lily. What question do you have for Jerry to start? Tell me about what you do. What does a typical day in your job? Look like sure so. I've been hired to come up with competitive cheer routines at various high schools. So I go. I work with the students. I kind of envisioned the whole routine. I teach it to them and we go through all the motions and until we're ready to go. Put it into competitions clue. Yeah that's my job to. That's basically what I do. I see. Allison how did cheerleading become a sport? That's an excellent question. So initially cheerleading began in the UK in the mid eighteen hundreds and then traveled over to the US and at first there were college students who were in the audience watching a football game and the athletes weren't doing well during the football game and so the audience decided that they were going to get together and they were going to encourage their fellow athletes from there the sport grew throughout the US and then officially became competitive sport in the nineteen eighties. It's also spread throughout the entire world since then cool. This is for you. Jerry what would you say is the worst injury seen on the Mat So one time I did see a basket. Toss gone wrong person. Just didn't catch the flyer so she fell down. Hit the person who was on the base that they both kind of hit their head on the ground and Yeah so just to head. Injuries is the worst I saw. Because you know you need your you need your brain to be intact or two. That are they okay. They're they're still with us. That's good yes where I don't see bring them. He said they were with us. It's just an expression that means they're non dead. Humans are obsessed with. Who's alive who is dead going? What are you robots obsessed with? Good question we have you ever had something called Zucchini tuition. So mean Okay Lily. Quick change the subject away from that. Vegeta- this one's for both of you. Can you tell me about the jump? The herkie Chanda Hurricane Joe. Okay who wants to take that question? I'll start okay. So there was a fellow named Lauren Turkey and he founded the NCI the national cheerleading association. And he also invented the pom pom so they named jump after him because everyone loves him and he big in the world of cheerleading. And it's just this fantasy cheerleading jumping with some nice arches in aerials well to add onto that Lawrence her car. The reason why the jump was specific named after him because he attempted to do a split jump and instead bent his leg and as a result he came up with this jump. That did not exist. Which is why was named after him the hurricane.
Understanding the Different Types of Love
"Valentine's Day. It's that time where there's more love in the air and I know you might be like. I'm not a part of that system. I'm outta conformist. Reformist I'm not buying into this. Socially constructed holiday Tobar Chocolate for somebody that I love and flowers and stuff but the reality is this is a nice uptick in focus on our significant other. You know so we're just GONNA run with it today but instead of giving our partners there's some of those chalky candy hearts that can also sub as antacids. We're going to focus on delivering more love deeper connection and also for ourselves because we benefit from that too and so today we're providing a real powerful master class with ten tips ten specific specific strategies to create deeper love and more connection now to kick things off. I really think it's important to understand that. In our culture we have a very interesting perspective about love and we think about love. We tend to think about the romantic version of that love. We tend to think about the Jerry Maguire version in of love. That you complete me love or we think about the notebook love when he said all I want. Is You forever you and me Eh. Every day or love Jones. I don't know if you're familiar with love Jones. That kind of romantic love when he said. Let me tell you something this. He's here right now at this very moment is all that matters to me I love you. And that's urging like a mother. Whatever kind of love we think cabal? We tend to think about that. Romantic love you know the thing that we see in the movies the thing that we see these romantic novels the Fabio on the horseback all right but love is far more complex than that and in fact if you look at the ancient Greek definition of love there's actually at least seven different types of love that they defined very accurately because love is not just one thing so let's go through a few of those really quickly and again again. The ancient Greeks denoted that there are different types of love and The first one to talk about is called failure right. It was a love that was determined to be called FIA area now. Failure is the type of love. That's fostered in friendship right. It's connected to friendship and goodwill and this is one version of love. It's different from the romantic love which will get to what they define that as in just a moment so that's one type is fear failure. which is friendship shared goodwill another type of love? They denoted was called Stewart. Guy All right store gay and this is the familial love the love which would share within the construct family so it's based on familiarity. It's based on dependency. It's at construct of family. This will be seen what is between a father and son or an aunt and a nephew right so that store gave us a different type of love and then take it. Further they defined Eros Eros is the passionate even erotic love which is most akin to our modern definition of romantic love. And what we again. What we kind of strive for and the thing that we focus on when we think about love and in fact the Greek mythology this type of love was actually a form of madness? That was brought about by Cupid's arrows hitting you are always always like you're going insane with dispassionate. Love for this person cubic got you right. Cupid doesn't lie. So that's another type of love. So this Eros is what we tend to think about when we think about love. We think about a romantic love. Then we have a copy all right a gop as more of a a overriding. Unconditional conditional expansive type of love. It's akin to a universal type of love. A love for humanity love for the world around us also largely linked to altruism right altruism. which is you know being able to love somebody into have compassion even though you might not know them to do good for other people and this is considered to be in the Greek construct a real the the highest form of love of potentially is then we have Felicia Felicia? This is a self love right so this is a love directed inward and this can be just like when we think about self love. This can be healthy or this can be unhealthy. You know this can be a healthy sense of self confidence and self respect and self appreciation Asian or it can be a form of deep conceit and a focus on oneself exclusively narcissism or will we tend to think about when we we see somebody and we think they're full of themselves right now again. A healthy sense of self confidence might even emit or radiate that experience appearance for some people that might be repelled or even feeling threatened by somebody loving themselves. So it's still going to be based on somebody's perception. But it's it's each your wariness within yourself that I have a healthy sense of self love and it doesn't mean that I'm more important other people but I- matter and I have to take the care of me and being aware that we're not teetering into the place where We become self consumed. If that makes sense Ari all right. So that's another category of love. They defied another. One is ludicrous. Are Ludicrous in. This is more of a playful. flirtatious is Non Committed love. All right uncommitted type of love that can be displayed again kind of to a lot out of people right. This isn't a kind of focus. Love this playful type of love and another one that they defined his prog MMA prog MMA and this is is a kind of practical love or this is practical love based on reason or duty and it's in the the long term interest of person right so this is being reasonable. Now when you get hit with the madness from Cuba's aero the reason is on the other end of the spectrum and the beautiful part is this passionate beautiful love that we tend to think about the romantic love can also have the pragmatic Construct using reason using a belief system constructed to keep this love supported and in having a sense of duty and purpose within their relationship in a long term investment long-term experience of happiness romance but also service to Another person and so love is complex as the point that I really want to get across and we're talking about deeper love. We're moving beyond John. Just that facade of passionate love because at passion can run out. If we're not paying attention to these other forms of love and so today I wanted to really do a masterclass on what are some specific things that we can do implemented our relationships whether you're in a relationship right now. Are you envision yourself having a wonderful relationship for you WanNa take your relationship to another level or your want to ensure create an insurance against the the storms that come within a relationship these tools and strategies. These these insights are going to help to deepen your relationship and create more connection. So I'm really really excited about this and and I also want to share with you. Something really the sweet truly sweet that I fall in love with actually I've been in love with. Were quite some time. But it's been renewed because of some of this new data in this new experience experience that I've had the opportunity to have and listen to this. It was a study published in biomedical research. International found that raw honey specifically vaguely raw honey has the ability to protect the heart from oxidative stress. I think about love we attributed to being something that's emitted from or heart and protecting heart is obviously critical today with heart disease being still the number one cause of death in our modern culture sure and so raw honey has been found have the ability to protect the heart from oxidative stress are kind of accelerated aging of your heart another study published in evidence based complementary alternative medicine demonstrated that raw honey can support serotonin activity in the body are so serotonin is kind of feel good neurotransmitter life is pretty sweet when Serotonin is able to do his thing Appropriately in our body so raw honey helps support that system that activity in the
Greg Behrendt: Stop Settling and Start Dating Smarter
"Live classes for all of you. Single women from eighteen to eighty who are are guilty of this lowering your standards out of fear that no better man is GonNa come along and we got the men here to even vow board board and look who's back on the scene to bust up the biggest dating. That's that have women everywhere. All up left up fo. He started a revolution with those six. Little words at freed women around the world remember. He's just not that into you. Dan Would you get that bestselling author Greg Behrendt. And even though Greg wasn't her type eventually she was is into him. Meet Greg's wife now a thirteen years Amirah. We're up here in the new book for this generation together. They've written a book and it's called. It's just been date and it's a game changer. Sure I think so greg tell our audience full of singles. What this is all about? Women have lowered. The standards for dating dating is become unrecognisable. It's at a point. where it's like? Tweet tweet sleepover break-up that's it that's what dating is now. And it's not a good bar and I have two daughters and they will. We'll go on dates when when I let them date at thirty five they are going to go on dates but but what constitutes date. That's what we need to get to right. I think that women. We don't know when they're dating. It's like if he texts merely dating if he tells me to come hang out with he and his friends. Are we dating if I can put things in his medicine cabinet. Are we dated. There's clarity to it. And as a result I think people try to speed through the process trying to get that clarity and they mess it up. Yeah but the thing about the book is it's more than just the dating book because the reason that this bar is low is because people self esteem is low and they will allow themselves to accept something less than a date because they don't think they're worth it and that's the problem okay so we got so many myths to get through tonight but here why do you think so. Many women lower their standards. Why I think they're afraid that if they don't they'll get nothing and they'd rather have something than nothing and so I think they are bad? Something's better than nothing. I completely disagree. Yeah the reason why I liked the book so much is because everything that we talk about unlike class on Super Bowl Sunday and mask on all the stuff that we do is really comes down to your sense of worthiness you're saying it all starts with yourself being the whole yes when you are at a point in your life where you are happy and content and you love yourself and you can lay down your bed. Put your head on your pillow and know that you're okay by yourself. As soon as you're there someone will come along and ruin that with their love right because you're desirable then there's nothing more attractive then liking yourself. Okay so let's start busting up what you guys call the biggest dating midst. If you can take this I guarantee that you will no doubt save yourself so so much heartache. Later so let's Roll Myth Number One myth number one man would make my life complete if somebody feels that you need lead them to complete their lives. They were run from you as fast as they can right. But you're completely you're already a complete human being and they should be a complete human being and then you come together and you're like Van Diagram program where your complete. He's played together. You have some shared areas but alone. You're also enough new great diagrams and graphs This is this is really Gloria. Then diagram okay. A man would make my life completely. I think we all got messed up with that Jerry. Maguire one hundred percent. You've said it we've said hundred ninety mess up by that because even now when you see dad it's like Oh God you complete me it soon as he comes in the house and you're waiting for it because we all know what's going to happen and soon he says you complete me ice cream. No Oh you complete you you so handsome though complete you but other than that. Yeah right why do you think you need to behold by somebody else coming into your life or why is it that your value as a single woman is tied up in a man. Thinks of you or how you're received you by men as a whole. Melanie wants to talk about that. She skyping in from Canada with the question. Melanie what is that question. Hey I get really nervous. Offered on a first first aid. Because I'm kind of wrapped up in the idea that this person could potentially be the one that I don't WanNa blow it. So how do I just relax and be myself and all that pressure. I think that's what everybody's thinking right. Here's the thing that having those stocks is okay but just let them be thoughts right so you're not going to not every time we meet anybody. There's a little bit of wow. This could be something right but if you let that overtake you. The dude will feel it. You'll say something that indicates it and then he's like gotta go pretend that that date is a dress rehearsal for another day so go out on that date like this is just one that I'm doing to get get ready for dating right. Yeah and you say great. Many women don't even realize how much power they have really no not at all I don't I don't I don't know when it switched and bet. I bet these guys will agree. We like you we want you. You have the power. Why are you giving up so easily? Why aren't you making us work for it because we will do as little as possible if you let us am I right? He's not in right. Well I'll do as little as you let me do because I'm a dude. I have other things I WANNA do. It makes me work for it. Hey it's exciting and be I'm going to get something great at the end of it I liked. I like a sense of accomplishment. Men like to win. And if you're telling me I'm not winning. I'm going to try and win. I liked that are light. Class team hit the streets to ask a lot of single men about myth number two out on a first date can be deadly to my John for Mash. Watch this myth number two. I just can't hold back on the first date. I don't WanNa know that. What about you plan on really? I'm just trying to figure out if we tim if we can talk. Please share how many kids you WanNa have right away that you have. Add or that. Your Dad died when you were to or that. You're obsessed with cats the simple service if they go into fast going to hot too aggressive they're gonNa Chase the guy away where we ask. What does this mean you know one of my meeting your the parents? The guy doesn't WanNa feel like he's trying to be down or held back to let kind of progress naturally and not rush into things. How much information? There's too much information then. That's the question. Here's the thing. All of us are complex and interesting stories right. Yeah but we want a parcel them out right. We want a parcel them out. We want to be able to like share that one later when we get to know somebody you know. Let's just find out about what we like about each other. Let's find out what each one of us does in the world. Yeah so you just just be trying to have fun. You should be trying to have fun just like you would with any other friend. You know what I mean. I don't go I don't I don't go with my friends every day. I had this word like right. I don't tell them all the personal stuff. I think it's a matter of looking at it as this thing. It's a journey and it's an adventure and you're going to go on this thing because you don't let's say this is the one you don't get the first part of the relationship back that's the best part and the longer that takes the more fun it is because that's it then you're married offense
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"The way he does it in the movie is perfect but yeah that didn't that didn't catch fire people didn't talk about that they just said show me the money not quite I think I might have the candy kid is talking to him about his dad getting his fifth concussion and he just has a complete disregard so I think he wasn't ours assist when the movie began take a break down or something at some point I don't know feel like he had some serious personal issues that he has since come out of Oh and act yeah and he was perfect perfect now known it was Jennifer Aniston I know which one you're talking in Kevin Bacon and that is in it and came here to let you go pardon came here to fire you jerry it's an uncomfortable moment say the least and I think Bob Sugar getting kind of get a kick out of it because Jerry's not at the agency then Bob sugars probably right Jerry it oh yeah so upon his departure Jayme bob sugar moves moves up exactly so he's you know that's an interesting so basically Jerry has enough love and intimate relationship because some of my favorite scenes are really simple ones were he and rod or walking and having conversations and rod is being a good friend asking him good questions and they're being super honest with each other that's intimacy Jerry think about like let's go back a scene at the very beginning remember when he's sitting on the plane and he's having that conversation with Ali Wentworth you know it's the plane seen where Rene Zellweger's coach and he's in first class and he's talking to Allie Wentworth who we found out that Courtney love tried to be that oil that's right yeah and she allie went with got it but he's talking and he's telling the story and it's so nice genuine the way he's telling the story Oh yeah he's a showman he's a showman but his conversations with rod are real do you have do you have a good okay going spires people that is not what inspires people showed play the game play it from your heart and you know what I will show you the quantity and that's the truth man that's the truth can you handle it just a question between France oh and when they call you shrimp I'm the one who defends you I wanna be friends who quit using that word clock that's my word you know what I'm all heart motherfucker now that's not really the best the fall of the friendship but I'll tell you something true about that there's an authenticity yes in what Tom What Jerry Maguire is saying to Rod Tidwell Dan because it's easier just to kind of just be surfacing and they find themselves in this like relationship where they can hold a mere up to one another uh-huh because Rod Tidwell does this four Jerry Maguire in his marriage he's like you're not in love with her what are you doing you've got to be honest with her so that's it what I want my friendships with other guys like can we have authentic conversations where we're not just like appeasing each other we're actually lovingly a holding up a mirror to them and say this is what I see you might need to look at this shoplifted the Pootie I did not show the Pootie so in with that said did you do you remember the first time you saw no okay see I do and I did don't feel the Dorothy Jerry love but it wasn't at the point well I didn't it's funny because listening to Cameron Crowe talk about it last night he's like Oh this was the moment where I was like you guys are a couple and this I'm like I didn't never a couple the very end if you think about it totally like even the scene where they go to dinner at the Mexican restaurant I feel it's so forced and again that's good screenwriting and everything 'cause you're supposed to realize that Dorothy is trying to they're both trying to get something you're getting a need met but it's not the most she's a single mom who's looking for a partner was somebody who can help her raise this young man and just be in partnership herself and she is but even like what she says vitamin the kitchen where she's like I love him for the man that he is the man who he almost who he almost what is she doesn't say for the man he is can you do you have that Clark and try to find because that's the thing is the way she said it it's kind of like saying I'm in love with this person's potential like what about right now do you love this person right now and again masterful screenwriting because what they're trying to say to us is that both trying to make something out of something that isn't there quite yet I don't know if this is going to want to try manager from people when they're hanging onto the bottom rung but maybe I am taking advantage does that make me a bad person All I know is that I found someone in popular and charming and not so nice man he died okay so why should I let this guy go why when everything in my body says that this one is though one take it easy all right I was just looking for a few funding tales that's why didn't you say so I don't know if you're interested in this one little detail awesome but I was just tell you I love him I do I love him I love him I don't care what you think I love him for the for the man he wants to be and I love him for the man that he almost is I love him she loves him for the man he wants to be and for the man he almost sounds like he's not ready yet it sounds like he's not the man and he's not who she wants him to be at this moment he's in love with the possibility of him which is a very not goes ep are on but I think a lot of women try to hook up or connect or marry a man and see that and they take it they they take responsibility for trying to fix is this man when men do that too don't you think there are men who have courses are of course there are I think that there's a lot you know Bill I was one of those immature guys and I think a lot of women try to grow their husbands up very quickly and the husband's not on board it's not going to happen or so they're not married yet yes so basically what you're saying is people fall in love there a couple maybe they're concerned doing what's our next move and whether or not she's going to marry this guy not based on who he is right now right based upon who he could possibly be that's there's nothing wrong with it but it's also dangerous well it can be dangerous in there's many specifics of people I know specifically who I could speak to there was red flags and danger but also sometimes there's a role of the dice todd because when you when you and I got together you were not know who you are now and I remember we're in my apartment and you long story but I was GONNA bite one of my buddies to move in because my other buddy had moved out and it was if if anybody else we're looking at our situation it would be very obvious to that person that it's time for us to consider moving in together we're married yeah we're yeah we're in our late twenties we've been together for a few years and then I had this great idea of biting Mardi to be my roommate and you're like era Mayan this equation and if you didn't say that if you did not stand up and say listen this isn't GonNa work if Marty my live with you for three more years where am I in this equation so I'm Kinda like your flip-flopping swapping what I said before and you know just like we see on the CPR it's everything's it works well and that's the thing is because in this movie it's very obvious that they are not meeting each other on a genuine level his relationship with rod is more genuine than his relationship with Dorothy there's a lot of like still kinda salesman ish with dorothy she's still hoping for something and you know so that situation or in a relationship where it's like well I don't really love him now but maybe I love him later that's dangerous but if you're in a situation or in a relationship with someone who like I know that we have a genuine love each other but this person is not considering me in their plans then I hope you're speaking up to the reason that I think you could hear that in the moment or a few days later however long it took you is we did have a genuine relationship like you weren't like Oh no you're just my girlfriend I've never considering US I knew that I needed to kick in the air so there to your point tied you just said this we talk about this a lot on parenting radio by the way if you didn't know most people do but we have a podcast called send parenting radio where we talk about relationships and self awareness and and some pop culture about five hundred more episodes of that than of of what we've been doing it for nine years so but you know it is nuance there is no like if a guy has done exactly what you want him to do yet he's going to be a loser because there's also scenarios that the guy looked pretty darn good and acted very genuine and found out who he was exact or he did you go he was doing fine and then it didn't go the right way five years later like we can't guarantee anything that's why it makes me nervous we have three daughters and whoever partner up with there's no guarantee it's all a roll the dice it is and even at the end of this movie one of the things that was mentioned in the watching that we did last night is that win win the movie ends you don't know if rod is going to be able to sustain the career.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"I began writing what they call mission statement memo emissions you know suggestion for the future of our country getting night light this doesn't come along very often I seized it started out his I do this Liam sounds take my name's todd welcome back to another episode of Pop culturing this is podcast number.
"jerry maguire" Discussed on Pop Culturing
"He brings the song back in throughout the movie it's not the only time it's almost kind of like Jerry's theme and he said that when Tom Cruise came over to talk about doing the movie when he and Cameron Crowe talking about doing it in his office magic bus was playing and so he's like this is the song this is the movie so I just dig that from Cameron Crowe because everything is musical in his brain and if you think about it we've only nine or ten of these podcasts and this will have been our second Cameron Crowe movie and we were going to do almost famous and we are probably going to do almost famous sooner rather than later so I had no idea oh such a big fan of this guy until we started as podcast well and we've talked about you know then parenting radio than here but we've talked about fast times orig- Mont high which he wrote directed it but he wrote it and goals we've talked about single on on parenting radio we've talked about singles it's a big part of our life you know him and he obviously his beginning of his career was like almost famous that's Kabaya graphical he was a writer for rolling stone when he was like what sixteen and then you know came up in that world and not only that he unfortunately they're divorced but he married Nancy Wilson who is you know in heart she no she and her sister and so he was in that world in Nancy Wilson and by the way from heart she did for say anything and for this movie did the score score yeah so it's fun to listen to the songs he chooses because they're thoughtful they're they're meaningful always reminds me of that scene in almost famous with tiny dancer that's one of the more powerful moments voice you just never see there's always music in movies but rarely is their music and movies where the actors are singing the song yeah and in tiny dancer they absolutely do that well in music brings people together right like in that moment sorry to go almost famous for a second but in that moment they're torn apart we are a mess and speak L. John Brings them back and Elton John Brings them back and even this in the movie win Tom Cruise is typing his manifesto whereas memo or his mission statement while they were filming that they were playing the song that's playing in the background so he ah Tom Cruise was hearing that song as he was typing he said it helped him just get into character so much more and then obviously Cameron Crowe use the same song where he put the movie together so that's just kind of a fun way to watch Jerry Maguire is just listen to the music it really sets a nice tone and just I think Jerry Maguire for me part of the reason I loved it besides the amazing acting and screenplay in the Cameron cronies of it all it brings together a lot of things you and I love Music in sports and entertainment personality and relationships and you know a dramatic Kinda Rom com with comedy it's like it is kind of like someone said what are all the things you like in a movie well it's tough to pigeonhole this move it is it's not a comedy it's not a drama but it's all of them to draw to drama I guess yeah did he also Vanilla Sky yes and that bomb yes I mean money wise I don't know but the fact that I didn't even see it to that and again it's not just about Kathy but to me I would see anything he he would do conferences liked him so much she's like Oh let's do it again they're friends you know and Penelope Cruz was in that movie and he and that's when Tom Cruise and penelope Cruz got together really and the cameras in that too I think where she I think so I don't know I haven't seen it so what else do you WanNa talk about it anyway the other thing that was interesting about the manifesto was that it was actually based on a real life manifesto by Jeffrey Katzenberg I'm he was the head of Walt Disney studios and he wrote like a twenty eight page memo the world is changing some thoughts about our business and it was a very similar kind of memo but the the article that I wrote I think this is the New York Times it said it wasn't as Hewlett as the other meaning it was kind of jargon like let's let's do better and not more and you know things that really didn't people didn't hold onto very much and he was a couple years later he was fired from Disney and then but then he created dreamworks with Steven Spielberg and David Geffen all right so that's the beginning of the movie so that sets it up so go ahead and just tell some things about it that we may not know oh you mean random facts your ties you leave random facts for the end Sweden want to let's go in order I'm in for most interesting to lease so if you don't like these first few you're probably not going to let the other let's see two lines from the film show me money and you had me at hello are in the American Film Institute's top one hundred movie quotes number twenty five and fifty two respectively okay number one I'll read the what are these again the top one hundred most famous movie quotes of all time but you're not gonna eight hundred quotes no I'm going to read the top five okay let's hear actually I'm going to read the movie you told me that the quotas oh good gone with the wind frankly my dear I don't give a damn the godfather cash which one would be from the Godfather probably the Cannoli one I'm going to make offer he can't refuse okay on the waterfront and it could have been a contender that's exactly right you don't understand I could add a class could've been a contender under have you ever seen that Marlon Brando my aunt probably at some brand does get to the top three holy cow wizard of Oz there's no place like how No okay let's start with toto I don't think we're in Kansas anymore I've got I have a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore and last but not least Casablanca Casablanca would be the when he's walking away how's your brain doing today it's not good like trying to keep our minds together tell me the Casablanca not blackout here's looking at you thank you all right so anyways so did I pass that test pass on grass on grass that sometime which one is the parents maybe Renee Zellweger Amos Line you had me at hello served as the inspiration behind Kenny Chesney nineteen ninety nine single with the similar name you had me from hello in two thousand five Azoic Mary Chess I know and they got divorced only to have it annulled after four months I know that he's a weird story tried sweetie well it was a Chesney they do now I don't know but it was a very strange story like there was a lot of hush hush about what happened who did you know why it was almost like there was something controversial never really got to the bottom of it you know just on a side note you might get into this when you're talking about other people who were supposed to play certain parts yeah I'm calling that that part of the movie what could have been pie gets could have been well before we get into that you're talking about quotes from the movie the other thing that Cameron Crowe thought would be so huge from this movie was the quant and it never quite it caught fire is the try and describe what you think the Qantas he says it's money it's the love it's the community it's everything good for you community love respect and money the Quan so and Cuba does a really good job of saying it the the Kwan's part but now I'll play it later okay okay could have been are you ready keep on Edward Burns was the second choice to play Jerry Maguire he was offered the role while completing the brothers mcmullen which is a movie I've never seen I have an you've seen she's the one yes I've been told others mullen as awesome it is but it's kind of hard watch because it's not done it was done very cheaply because they didn't have any money it's somehow got into a film festival and people are like who are these people it's the same hole it's the same crew from she's the one so we love that brother Francis Francis God he's really good at being unlikable is but at Burns declined he wanted country that his own films because of she's the one but see I have a hard time believing that 'cause Tom Cruise was probably the first person that mcmullan coast are Connie Britton to read for the Dorothy but she ultimately lost to Rene yes and Connie Britton did an interview and it could have been on a Sam Jones this podcast called off camera were she talks extensively about that she oh yeah she was trying out for that and it came down she kept getting back called back called back and it was between she and Renee Zellweger she was in the final two and she thought this is my break this is pre Friday night lights pre everything and she I thought this is my break and it didn't happen and she really center on a Spiro Yeah County Britain's amazing us you know things always happen for a reason retailer Tammy Taylor so here's the other possible germ Maguire's Alec Baldwin Johnny Depp Sean Penn John Travolta Bruce Willis were all considered for the lead role at Burns I can see I am I cannot these are like Baldwin would have been way too old it's always the same group of actors like they're like Oh just get these ten guys it's a listers right dorothy possible Dorothy Jaylo can Connie Britton Patricia arquette Mira Sorvino Marisa Tomei Cameron Diaz Bridget Fonda Nicole Kidman Courtney Love Molly edmonds what it says Sweetie Internet doesn't lie and Huma Thurman well all I know is that Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman were read and they right after they wrapped this movie he went to do eyes wide shut and now it's kind of the beginning of their end this and I don't think is because I didn't end that that whole marriage well now it's kind of an ugly situation G L Y you ain't got no alibi ugly yeah a lot of people magazine covers put it that way so what about what about Little Guy Jonathan Lipinski Pinkney the Pinkney picnicker oh he's the cutest little guy ever to be in a movie ever and hey we're talking about him and it just made him even cuter because they were like he likes smelled like little boy they loved to spell as head and they said he was so serious like he the only thing he wanted to do was beyond set and play with everybody and they actually had to give direction to other people like who are in the crew to not play too hard with them because he'd get too tired and they needed him like fresh scenes but he is he's like this this movie is really rich for many reasons like I think the relationships Cuba gooding junior's performance everybody's perform admits Regina King that this little boy is he special do you have some things thanks uh-huh and then here's the other one same scene just a little bit later and then we'll be done with Jonathan Lipinski.
Attorneys in Weinstein case buy some extra time before trial
"Harvey Weinstein not that he was gay or anything like that. But he certainly was had his hand in the cookie jar a couple of times Harvey Weinstein, you saw some video of it. I saw this morning couple photos video of Harvey Weinstein. Not looking good which well, he never looked gonna say looks worse than ever looked if that's possible. I don't know who the comic was or who the person was describing Harvey Weinstein ones. But I think it was a she who said that Harvey Weinstein looked like a bunch of lint rolled up in chewing gum. It's a good example described does the sky them. Yeah. It's like the pilots character pig pen. Right. He's like the human version of pig. No matter how many showers, and he was always coming out of the shower too. When he was hitting on these women, and you what do you still look filthy? A heavy showers. He thinks he's still looks just to shoveled. And just. But anyway, he was at court in court, they Manhattan supreme court for a crucial hearing his upcoming criminal trial. And he had this is actually kind of smart. It's getting these two main attorneys are females. So he's himself. Okay. If I'm going to get someone to represent me against all these allegations, these women, I'm going to get women to talk to the people in the jury who may be women. Right. But then they brought along like to other attorneys to men Jose bias who represented Casey Anthony, and then Artha Dalla I'd Allah who is the one of the attorneys husband's. So he's got a female attorney Marianne, but tuna and she's married to Arthur a dollar. So there's like four of walked in with him. By the way, by defending Casey, Anthony, Aaron Hernandez, the former NFL player who the suicide. And so he's got some high profile people there and the bottom line with Harvey Weinstein is I think they may have a good shot getting him off. I think so too from some of the stuff that I read like the text messages from some of these ladies. Not just that. I mean, the only thing with these particular stories that you have to have to get him on. You would have to have video evidence of him forcing himself on a woman. Correct. Some sort of Email some sort of some sort of evidence admitting wrongdoing the bottom line with these sexual assault alleged sexual assaults is it was consensual. I was a powerful guy in Hollywood. Everybody knew that everybody knew I had the Cassie couch. Everybody knew to get a job in Harvey Weinstein film. You have to to get a job you'd have to give a job. Everybody knew that. And and and the attorneys will get up there in front of a jury, and they'll say, my client, I wouldn't trust my client with my wife or girlfriend anybody he's a scumbag this guy look at them, but he's not a sexual criminal. He's he didn't commit sexual assault. Because all these women knew why there were going in there. And it was a transaction. It was an to adults, and and they may even come up with people who've actually have gotten jobs because of him. I believe there's some pretty big names who've gotten gigs. You know, these actresses that come out of the woodwork? Nobody knows who they are. And all of a sudden, they're in a major motion picture, they went to the Harvey Weinstein school of casting couch. That's what happened there yet. Whenever you see those movies like who's Renee Zellweger Miramax. You'll all right. I got it. I got it. What's her body of work before Jerry Maguire, nothing the film her body body? That's the body of work. I'm just I'm not saying specifically heard allegedly. Allegedly over this whole conversation. So that's the only thing that you have to prove that these women knew what they were doing. They went up to a hotel room. They weren't forced. It's not like the only the only the only entity that would have a real good case against Harvey Weinstein where could stick would be that potted plant. He pledged himself in if the potted plant could speak clearly the evidence there, you know, what I mean, that's the only get him on. But these women the rest of them. I don't know. I like I said they're gonna make them out to be a bad guy, but not a sexual
"jerry maguire" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"As it was Jerry Maguire shouting show, where the money not really know. What I mean, it was it was it was good. Yeah. I hate to say this. But I viewed his role in that sort of drama as more comedic. I don't. Exactly the way I would phrase it. He was he was kind of the situation the way his character. Played out was really the the the comedy relief in that movie sort of along with the the young boy now that the best comment on the Grammy's and probably nobody heard this. I just happened to hear it because I woke up now a lot of people were shocked. When you know, they were texting me at six thirty seven o'clock last night. And I was asleep. And they're normally see what do you think about Phil Phil's do and Phil Mickelson who? In all likelihood. There's two holes left they'll play tomorrow because they were experiencing winter at Pebble Beach. That she the hail that fell down over the one green. I mean, it was just white. So they had they had to delay it. So I went to sleep like about five and I woke up somewhere between seven thirty and eight. And I woke up I went I wonder if they finish it or wonder who's in the league side, no idea because I went to sleep. So I had no idea what was going. So I flipped it on. And there were just a few holes left, and they weren't going to finish it. And and it was Jim Nance talking to Clint Eastwood. And he says Clint Eastwood he said was part of the panel. And Nick, follow the other guy. And so he says, and I'm doing this for my blurred memory. I was early awake going. What's going on here? Okay. Fills in the league with three holes left something like that. And and he said it was getting so dark. He said this is getting tough to watch right now. I'm paraphrasing here and Clint Eastwood said on the broadcast better than the Grammys. Like, oh, man. Can we say that? I just did not like. Well, you know, the thing is is I. It's kind of like going to the banquet for somebody else's kid. You know what? I mean, you you know, you root form though. Yeah. Yeah. You know, hope you hope you win. But other than that, you really don't have any teeth in the game when it comes to music awards or or movie awards. The closest I get as my friend Bill Mack who won, you know, used to be. He was the longtime host of our our show years ago. Going back to the original program airing on WBZ AP for years, and he won the songwriters Grammy for blue blue poorly and rhymes she won the performance award for that song. And so that was what ninety ninety seven early ninety seven the the night. He was there. The Grammy's were in New York that year the night. He was there. I was. Extremely ill. I had like one hundred and two fever on the air. But that's the closest I get because I I don't have any, you know, don't know anybody else. Who's a song writer performer, or I'm not that close to them. I guess. I had some friends from my hometown that were up for a Grammy one year they didn't win. I remember that had to be bowling for soup. Wearing the the powder. Blue. Remember reading Rolling Stone. Yeah. I remember reading. Yes. I just said that I remember reading in Rolling Stone about their adventure of going to the Grammys the article that they had in their one time. Right. How you know? How great it was. They didn't think they were gonna they had no expectations of winning. They said it was just the coolest thing to to. They were category would like Bon Jovi and some others that year. And I was like, wow. Oh, you can't beat Bon jovi's hair. No, I'm the Grammy his his hair had its own award. But I'm just reading here. Grammy audience meltdown. Michelle Obama that should top the drudge report their audience meltdown and the one article said everybody went back blank crazy. Yeah. I that's the other thing too. The way the stories were written about Michelle Obama coming out. I'm thinking, I'm sorry. Why? Twenty twenty TS. Yeah. Right. That's all that too. That's that would have been funny had she announced. What do you do you give that kind of thunderous applause, and then what? And then you back away and support someone else. Hey, but at least I remember you, and I talked about this last week when when you had a ton of different Republicans announcing back in in. I think it was both twenty twelve in twenty-six, right? Because we did it both times. We said, hey, have some people there, and we even talked about Corey Booker, Saint look you get a thousand people together. They're all waving American flags, you have balloons, you do it in a small place and everybody going crazy. Elizabeth Warren did that. Yeah. She had people that showed up and so did. Nine blank here. Amy klobuchar. She also had she had people. Now, she had people behind her. Now. The big mistake is she completely endorsed the climate? You know, a Cossio Cortez's of whole new green deal. And is it said she looked like a snow woman after her announcement because she did it in the snow and cold of Minnesota. But yeah, correction cutting junior the the snub didn't come from any other movie, they gave him the Oscar that year for Jerry Maguire because he never got an award for his role on macgyver. True. I'm not sure fake news. Yeah. I you know, I I watched some of the because I didn't see anything until later in the day on Elizabeth Warren. But the you know, you build the crowd, right? You have you doing exactly what we said, you don't do some either you go on a, you know, a a a late night show or one of them running new shows or you have somebody out. I think it's better theater if you have a huge crowd because it shows because my first question was, wow. All of those people are supporting Elizabeth Warren. I was surprised she had that many it. Then I was like, no. But that, but that's why you do it. Yeah. You're telling the people, it's okay to support the the whole point is we've said, whether it's Trump or whether it's anybody on the democrat side, you're trying to get independence. Right. That's what you're always trying to get into. That is always your goal. Right. And so if you're somebody who doesn't know what's going on. And you see that news clip, and everybody's cheering you're saying while this woman, quite popular. That's the goal. I would tell you look how excited those people are they're really they must be excited for a reason. They're not. They must be there for a reason because they got paid. It must be something positive, and it is if you get paid. But I you know, I looked at it. And and and I thought to myself, okay. Then the rest of the stuff is going to play out if if there are more stories about how she used her fake heritage how she claimed heritage when it wasn't the case. And if she did that on documents official documents along the way, and there's there's word that there may be more documents out there where she claimed that if that's the case, you're going to have more and more people that won't want to donate. They they won't want to be. It's not that that they might not be on board for her. But eventually, they don't they don't want to be seen as somebody condoning that kind of behavior. And that's and that's what you would be seen as if you're donating money. Of course. It's almost as if governor northern Virginia. It's like he's trying. Yes. Ticket forced out. Yes. It not right. Yes. Yes. It is. You you saw the interview where he called slaves indentured servants. The don't know indentured servants were people that came over, but they signed a contract, and they were willing to work for free passage or whatever, boarding, whatever. But there was a contract that actually were they weren't slaves, and he called slaves indentured servants Biden this guy trying to do everything possible. And he was corrected. Right. Yeah. He was he was corrected on air. But I'm shaking my head going. I can't this guy. It's almost like you saying, please. Give me a reason why there is a reason. But gimme another reason. Well, and so it keeps coming up again. And again, it had kind of gone away for a few days. But the question is with Fairfax. And with north them. You know, are the Democrats willing to let that sit there and be potentially a problem for them. Over the next year. We got a great show ahead. Eight six six ninety redeye..
"jerry maguire" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Myself last game you can get thirty three to one for him. I mean, that's ridiculous for a guy like rob gronkowski. No. He hasn't had the greatest year two years and he's kinda hurt and gimpy, but I think it's final game. And I've convinced myself he's gonna walk. You think this is in this day and age where all ratings are going down at every level of communications to say that if it's a close game, you got Los Angeles. You've got Boston. You've got the history of Tom Brady on the line. This could be one of the highest rated Super Bowls. Yeah. I mean, listen Super Bowls are kind of team agnostic. It doesn't really matter. Who's playing in them? It's the only. One of the four major sports where you can say that does not matter. What does matter is a close game by the end to push the casual audience over. So if if it's a very close game that's going to do the most to bring most people in all, right? Awesome stuff. Man. Sports business analyst for the action network and the best in the business. Hey, thanks for a few minutes. Get to hear your voice again. Make you a better better. They want ESPN's not the same. They are not the same Darren very good, man. Wow. Guys. Interesting hilarie and good. He's good. Yeah. I mean that that to me now that's a good get good booking their Bri along with welterweight. Champ, Dan Jacobs. Coming up is Lee Steinberg the super agent, Jerry Maguire, Eric cetera. And he's the man for Patrick Mahomes now guiding his career on these sports later, Gary and Larry on KNB are six eighty the sports.