20 Burst results for "Jesse Plemons"
"jesse plemons" Discussed on The Big Picture
"I like the presupposition that your personally refusing to send Amanda again. And so if I have that level of approval here at the ringer, I simply do not. I think if we're going to go, we should we should go together. But we'll see. Maybe that would be a good thing to do. I'm trying to think if there's anything else that was pushed. Obviously, Mission Impossible dead reckoning part one was pushed out of 2023. I was really excited about that. It's a little hard to know what year movies were supposed to come out. I was reading over the weekend that D.C. league of super pets, which I know you saw an opening night on the Thursday preview screening, Bobby. Sometimes you say titles and movies and I think you might actually be pranking me. That's the number one film in America bob. Right now? Yeah. D.C.. Not my America. I haven't seen the film. But that movie was moved to that date to this past Friday because Black Adam was supposed to be on this date, which is the forthcoming superhero movie from D.C. starring Dwayne Johnson, but they had to push it back because related to a question we'll get to in the future, the VFX houses are so overwhelmed right now with all of the films coming out of COVID that the effects we're not going to be done in time. And so it's like I had not put together the July 29th was Black Adam day as recently as 6 months ago, but apparently it was the days are moving like crazy. Oh, you know what else is the Spider-Man across the spider verse part one that's that was supposed to be a 2022 movie as well. I looked back at our results from the movie auctions man, just terrible. Like half of the movies are not coming out this year. It's painful. Yeah, but what are we supposed to do about that? How are we supposed to know? We were supposed to pick bad movies just because we're not sure that the good movies are going to come out. It's a good point. It's a good point. I'm regretting letting Amanda get avatar the way of water. I just want to put that out there. I can't believe that she committed so hard to that. Yeah, spend a lot of money on it. But you know what? It might be good. You know I feel like it's on avatar. Are there any 2023 movies that you were anticipating? Obviously, Mission Impossible. Those are the two. Mission Impossible encoders are the flower moon. I was going to show up and make a TikTok account like a fake TikTok account to do the minions thing for those two films. Dye my hair red for Jesse Plemons. Let's see. That would look good on you. I wish you wish you well. Don't contact me when you do that. Okay. I won't. I'm not going to do it in any official capacity. That's the producer of the big picture. I promise. You should try to intro. Every screening you attend. Hey, all it's me, Bobby Wagner. You may know me from the big picture podcast. You may know me from tipping pitches.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Were it not for one line read that you made sure to point out in our notes when he says to rose, is there sipping tea and looking at the mountains? I just wanted to say how nice it is to not be alone. And I think there are actual tears running down his face. I didn't see it on a widescreen, so I don't know. But there are. Yeah, I mean, it's a beautiful line read from a tremendous actor. And I think I honestly think what's also true about Jesse Plemons is that the academy at this point is really ready to give Jesse plumbing an Oscar and he might get it next year. But I think, you know, I think that just whenever he shows up, people are like, that's someone who knows their craft really well. So yeah, I mean, it's surprising. It's surprising nomination, but not one that I think is unwarranted at all. When you look at the whole of it, what do you think? Yeah, there's just a subtlety that is uncommon. It's not necessarily always observed because supporting actor is a playpen for people going big. And Cody Smith mcfee is not really going big and neither is plemons. So it's interesting. I mean, I agree. He is clearly beloved by great filmmakers. And if you look at his filmography of late, he's doing two things. He's either doing kind of ridiculous movies like jungle cruise and game night and kind of paying the bills. Game night is wonderful. Or he's working with the best directors on earth. You know, he's working with Charlie Kaufman. He's working with Martin scorse, of course. You know, he's working with Adam McKay. He's a number of people over the years. And I don't think this is the coronation moment by any means for him, but this is sort of the beginning of the 9 nomination career. Exactly the ramp up, yeah, yeah. Okay, let's talk very quickly about the way this film looks and the production design and everything has all of those folks are also recognized by the academy this year. What you mentioned Ari Wagner, who is the cinematographer, also shot Zola, which I thought was one of the best looking and most cleverly visually conceived movies of 2021. And what a double header, right? Because if you want to show your range, to show someone Zola and power the dog and say the same person, shot both of these. I did want to shout out that Greg Fraser who we've been talking about a lot because of doing in The Batman. He shot actually my favorite, 'cause I was interested. I feel like Jane campion movies have a distinctive style, but she's not someone who has had the same cinematographer throughout her career..
"jesse plemons" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Yeah, it's a story about desolation and I'm not sure if there's a more desolate character in the story than rose Gordon. It's by Kirsten Dunst. I would say, in the circles of people like me and you, people who watch too many movies, care about award shows, started paying close attention to popular culture in the 1990s. Kirsten Dunst is a pretty big figure. She is, I would argue beloved because she has kind of tracked along every kind of story. She's been in prestige fair in the 90s. She's been in superhero movies. She's worked in television. She's worked with great auteurs. But I would say in the wider world, she's liked. She's not beloved. This is the film and the performance, I think, that has elevated her to the position that many people believe she should have been in for a long time, not just because of the Oscar nomination, but because it has inspired a lot of conversation about what a skilled performer she is despite breaking out and interview with the vampire and bring it on in films that are considered somewhat more frivolous. She plays a, like I said, another archetype of the old west here, and a very sad person. And like you said, a very lonely person, a widow, someone who is looking after her aging son who seems to have some peculiarity to him in terms of his interests around surgery and medicine, I guess. Science and she doesn't really know how to communicate with the world until this man comes into her life and may or may not save her. So what did you think of rose Gordon and dunce performance? Yeah, it's funny. I do think that Kirsten Dunst being that she was Mary Jane Watson being that she was in a bunch of T 90s stuff. I think there is this perception of her as someone who does lighter work. But if you've seen Marie Antoinette, if you've seen melancholy, if you seen even eternal sunshine, I think she gives such a good performance and eternal sunshine and spotless mind. And I was actually rewatching interview with vampire a couple weeks ago, and I was just like, this is stunning. This is a stunning child performance. She's incredible in that film. I genuinely think she should have been nominated for an Oscar for that film. And as you pointed out, many others. But I think she's fantastic in this. I think there are just really small, beautiful moments of her even before her sort of descent into slight scenery chewing drunk performance. The small moment when the George character, Jesse Plemons character, sort of.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Flee getting three nominations for international feature Doc and animated film was really great, obviously power of the dog getting all 12 nominations really did surprise me, including dunst and Jesse Plemons and Cody Smith mcphee, including to the one we knew was going to happen for sure, which was Benedict Cumberbatch. And then I know we are all three huge fans of the lost daughter, which got three nominations, Olivia Colman for best actress. Jessie Buckley for best supporting actress and best adapted screenplay. Jesse Buckley, that was a great surprise. Great fantastic. Yeah, Buckley, I mean, there was some there was some chatter about it for sure, but she is so good in that film and really just one of those actresses that I look forward to seeing on screen in anything. She does those are the standouts for me. I was expecting summer of soul to get a nomination for Doc and it did. Maybe a little bit surprised at licorice pizza actually snuck in to picture and directing. For PTA along with original screenplay, of course, one of my top ten films of the year, so no complaints for me. Yeah, and the other Anderson, I mean, the one complaint I do have is French dispatch totally shut out. I mean, I was under no illusion. It was really had a shot of winning best picture or anything like that. But I believe we've all raved about Jeffrey Wright considered him a shoo in for his support supporting performance there, but you think of even the other categories like production design, costume design. And if you look at Wes Anderson's track record at the Oscars two, I mean, he must have said something to somebody to be totally shut out in every category with the French dispatch. I think he just operates usually really profitably. I don't really like the French dispatch, anything like to the degree you do Josh and many others, but I would have loved to see Jeffrey Wright rewarded because he's been an undervalued actor every award season just about. And the big disappointment for me and just in terms of the mysterious shout out is another Netflix project passing directed by Rebecca Hall. And Tessa Thompson doing Sterling work the best. And to me, that's just dumb. I mean, you know, the weird thing about that one, Michael, is speaking of like again, tradition minded academy voters. You think that would be made by top ten list. This is not a slight, but you think it would be catnip, right? A period piece in black and white. Sumptuously produced and art directed and costume designed. So yeah, that one really confused me as well. A little quiet for most people, I guess. A little too quiet. I don't know. I don't know. Maybe. Yeah. Negative definitely among the handful of disappointments I did jot down. Can't say though, I'm too surprised by some of the other quote unquote snubs. Did we really think that Nicolas Cage was going to get a nom for a pig? I wish he did. I wish Simon had a shot. He didn't have a shot for Sean baker's film red rocket. Oscar Isaac love him in Paul Schrader's the card counter. I'd love to be angry about my number one film of the year, not getting any Oscar love, saline, siamas, petite mama, but it didn't even make the short list for international feature. It didn't have a chance. Again, I can't be too angry, unfortunately. We will share our picks for who will win, even though you should completely ignore those who should win. And who should have been nominated when we get closer to the Oscars at the end of March. We need to have a little bit of an on air production meeting. Michael gets to join us and he gets to have a vote here. We're trying to decide if next week on film spotting, we should do some Oscars catch up. I'm sure that we all have some homework to do. I haven't seen the McKay. Don't look up yet. I haven't seen king Richard. I haven't seen three of the nominees for best animated feature, and I really want to see all three of them. And there are a few more as well. Should we do some Oscars homework next week? Or should we say, you know what? Other than Oscars later in March, we have turned the page, finally. We did our 2022 movie preview and let's start talking about some 2022 films. We have completely under the radar somehow, Steven Soderbergh has made another film a tech thriller starring Zoë Kravitz called Kimi that supposedly is coming to HBO Max this weekend, and then over on Apple TV plus, you have the latest from Josephine decker, who did Madeline's Madeline and Shirley. And that's called the sky is everywhere. Josh Michael, what say you? I mean, if you want to make our homework catching up with something like in kanto, in the animated category, I'm all for it. I'm not quite as excited. I've already expressed my skepticism for Belfast, not quite as excited, especially after what I heard from Michael with catching up with king Richard or coda, those are the other two that I haven't seen. I don't know. You know, there's also, I feel like I'm just the Oscars are gonna make me watch a Sorkin movie every couple years. And apparently, what does it mean the Ricardo? Is that what it's called? Oh my God. No. Two acting nominations to it. I mean, I guess, if I have to, I'm wondering, I don't know, here's another proposal for you to weigh in on Michael, do we split the difference? Do we pick one of those? Oscar films, and then pair it with either the decker or the Soderbergh. If we do that, I lean towards the decker just because I've been growing on her work as a filmmaker, Madeline's Madeline, I wasn't as on board with as many people were surely I thought was a little stronger, so I'm hopeful maybe the sky is everywhere, will really hook me. Soderbergh is always, you know, he's always interesting, but I feel like I've been punching in at that factory for a long time now to kind of that was good. Returns. So I would kind of lean towards the decker, but I don't know, maybe we split the difference and do one of each. I'd like to point out that my number one film of 2021 that nobody has seen from India that I happen to just happen to find at the when I got this swan around at the Vienna International Film Festival last fall in between COVID variants, a night of knowing the night of knowing nothing is going to be at the Cisco film center Friday it opens February 18th. Michael. Let me just mean about you being subversive. Look at what you're doing. I don't care about your. I don't care about your guys taste in film. I just care about trying to get more than 7 people out to a movie that even the people that made it haven't seen it, probably. Okay. Well, I don't think we've come to any conclusion here. I'm gonna say this. I'm gonna say this, Josh. That Belfast, I've seen it. I am not a fan of Belfast. But I think your skepticism your cynicism for this film when you really, it seems have completely avoided any opportunity to see it. Maybe is a little bit misplaced. You could do a lot worse this year than watching Belfast and I will not tolerate Kenneth Branagh's slander on the show if you haven't seen the film. Oh, come on. I mean, you of all people should know things fall to the back of the line. I know. I had very good reason to not move Belfast to the front of the line. I don't recall it making, you know, a single top ten list. But as I said, I knew it was going to be an Oscar shoe and I knew that and the Sorkin were coming for me. They were coming for me in the spring, Adam. Yeah, and my hypocrisy there is, I'm trying to urge you to see Belfast and stop saying negative things before you've seen it, but I don't like it. I can't comprehend..
"jesse plemons" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Kristen Stewart for Spencer, none of these films are nominated for best picture, but there are some strong performances here Glen what do you think? This surprise here for me was penalty cruised in parallel mothers because while that is a solid Elmo of our film, it's very melodramatic. And she kind of grounds it, so it makes sense there. Kristen Stewart had been counted out. She didn't get nominated for a BAFTA. She got shut out, so people were counting her out, but counted her out too soon, missing here is Lady Gaga for House of Gucci. But you know sometimes there could be a hundred people in a room and you know it just doesn't work out for you. A lot of time, no Jennifer Hudson, but, you know, I think this is a solid representation, but some real surprises here. Yeah, a very non musical category. They could have nominated a lot of heim for the pizza Jennifer Hudson for respect. Right. You mentioned Lady Gaga, House of Gucci really took a thrashing in these nominations of there was a lot of expectation that Lady Gaga would get nominated. Jared Leto didn't get nominated. This is sometimes what happens when you make a really bad movie. Yeah. Absolutely. All right, so best actor in a leading role, Javier Bardem for being the ricardos, Benedict Cumberbatch for the power of the dog Andrew Garfield for tick tick boom. Will Smith for king Richard and Denzel Washington for the tragedy of Macbeth, Glenn any surprises here? I wasn't participating in Javier Bardem actually. I was expecting something else. But, you know, it's good to see Edgar Garfield for tick tick boom. It's, you know, his first attempt at a musical. He does really good job there. But I did cumberbatch had the early lock on at least a nomination, but I think it's great to see Will Smith and Denzel Washington in this. Yeah. It'll be interesting to see how this race plays out. Actor in a supporting role here in Hines for Belfast, Jesse Plemons for the power of the dog, Cody Smith mcphee for the power of the dog, J. K. Simmons for being the ricardos and Troy kotzer for coda Troy katzer is the first death male acting nominee. Glenn, there are some surprises here. Yeah, yeah, I was a little sad that we don't see any Zola in any of these acting nominations, not for Taylor page, not for colon Domingo here. The Jesse Plemons thing didn't surprise me he'd been kind of trending. All of these nominees except for J. K. Simmons, this is their first nomination, and that's good to see even somebody as who's been acting as much as kiran Hines. Bradley Cooper missing out for licorice pizza surprised me because that was certainly a much talked about and very memorable performance. J. K. Simmons has been around the block. He won for whiplash in this category before. And I didn't anticipate him being in the running for being Ricardo's, but here he is. Yeah, I mean, I think Bradley Cooper and Jared Leto from House of Gucci were slotted into a lot of people's predictions and that Jared Leto performance. It's committed. I'm delighted to see Troy kotzer here. It's an interesting field. So best actress in a supporting role Jesse Buckley for the lost daughter, Ariana de Bose for west side story, Judi Dench for Belfast, kyrsten dunst for the power of the dog and ingenue Ellis for king Richard who I loved so much in that movie. Glen, what do you think? Well, I think the academy has been making a big thing about hope in the last 5 years, they've been trying to get their voting membership younger and more diverse, much appreciated. Ellis nomination, you see some of that. Ariana debose was inevitable. But I think you see the limitations of that when you see Judi Dench. Right..
"jesse plemons" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"What's it All right that's all I'll tell you what it is 25 years since our first run together 1900 is nothing It's a long time Not too damn long All right tell us about this film John and why it's such a big Oscar contender It's a great movie I mean it is based on a remarkable novel by Thomas savage and it was a book that was kind of lost to history until any pool kind of got behind and got it republished Jane campion did a very faithful adaptation of the novel It is just made with incredible care beautiful performances not only Benedict Cumberbatch who's up for best actor but for supporting actor Cody Smith mcphee and Jesse Plemons are nominated as his Kirsten Dunst from the film So we have four of the lead actors nominated for acting awards It's just a pitch perfect film I mean it's not what you would call a feel good story but it's very well done And I can not recommend it highly enough And it's a movie that debuted on Netflix We don't know how many people are watching it but I hope the Oscar attention brings some more people into check it out Yeah a powerful movie I'll say that I did see it on Netflix Now including the power of the dog there were ten best picture nominees in addition to the ones we mentioned was coda Don't look up drive my car king Richard licorice pizza nightmare alley so your thoughts on this list A couple whoppers I mean west side story which a lot of people thought would be nominated is not only a misfire of the box office It is an absolute bomb critically acclaimed but an absolute bomb at the box office I think that's kind of noteworthy drive my car is the real exception here This is a Japanese foreign language film which is also nominated for international feature Its director was nominated for best directing which caused an evil nerve who made dune a spot in that category I think it's a pretty good group of picks I think being the Ricardo's a lot of people thought would be in there Tick tick boom also was considered a contender It did not make it But if you start looking at the tea leaves of Oscar history you need to look at categories like directing and editing There's only one film among the best picture nominees that is nominated in both those categories and its power the dogs That becomes the clear favorite for the best picture win Wow Well let's talk about the best actor race The nominees include Benedict Cumberbatch for the power of the dog Andrew Garfield for tick tick boom Javier Bardem for being the Ricardo's Denzel Washington for the tragedy of Macbeth and Will Smith for king Richard Now in that film Smith plays Richard Williams orchestrated the careers of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams Here he is in a scene with an ingenue Ellis who plays his then wife or a scene who's also up for an Oscar as best supporting actress for her role.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 426 episode of awards chatter, The Hollywood Reporter's awards pod test. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is an outstanding actress who is just 39, but has been doing great work for some 30 years already. She became a child star thanks to a remarkable performance opposite Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt in Neil Jordan's 1994 film interview with the vampire garnering her first Golden Globe nomination at the age of just 12. During her teens, she began leading a double life becoming a teen idol through films like 2000s, bring it on and the original Spider-Man trilogy, which rolled out in 2002, 2004 and 2007, while also earning critical acclaim. For the first two of her three collaborations with Sofia Coppola, 1990 9s the virgin suicides, and 2006s Marie Antoinette. After a bit of a hiatus from the screen, she returned as a full fledged adult on screens, big and small, winning the Cannes Film Festival's best actress prize for Lars von trier's melancholia in 2011, and Golden Globe nominations for her work as the leads of two TV series, FX's Fargo in 2015 and showtime's on becoming a God in Central Florida in 2019, but never has her work been better received than it was in 2021. When she played rose, a woman in the old west, who is tormented by her troubled brother in law, in Jane campions, the power of the dog, for which she has garnered best supporting actress Golden Globes, sag, and critics choice award nominations with an Oscar nomination likely to follow. Kirsten Dunst. Over the course of our conversation, dunston and I discussed the pros and cons of child stardom. And why she credits Sofia Coppola with helping her to successfully transition into grown-up parts. Why she has always resisted efforts to turn her into a more conventional movie star from refusing to have her teeth fixed to shunning opportunities to play romantic leads outside of the Spider-Man franchise, why she is particularly proud to be associated with campion and the power of the dog, in which her real life husband Jesse Plemons plays her on screen husband, just as he did when they first met while shooting the second season of Fargo plus much more. And so, without further ado, let's go to that.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. My guest Benedict Cumberbatch stars on the new film, the power of the dog. The film was named one of the ten best films of 2021 by the American Film Institute, appeared on many critics ten best lists, and won this year's Golden Globe for best movie drama. Cumberbatch was named best actor for his performance in the film by the national society of film critics, and by film critics associations in New York, Boston, Chicago, Dallas Fort Worth, and the San Francisco Bay Area. You can also see cumberbatch now in Spider-Man: No Way Home as Doctor Strange, and he's just completing work on the new Doctor Strange movie. Cumberbatch was nominated for an Oscar for his starring role in the film the imitation game, based on the story of Alan Turing the mathematical genius who was instrumental in breaking the German enigma code in World War II. Cumberbatch has played other real people like Stephen Hawking and Julian Assange. He's famous for his role as a contemporary version of Sherlock Holmes in the British TV series Sherlock. The power of the dog was directed by Jane campion, adapted from the novel of the same name, and is set in 1925 in Montana. Cumberbatch plays Phil, who along with his brother, played by Jesse Plemons, owns a cattle ranch. Film is hyper masculine. He skilled at cutting the testicles off cattle, herding cattle and breeding leather ropes. He rarely bathes. He's also a bully. He even insults his brother and cause him fat cell. When they're taking the herd to market, they stop at an inn where they have dinner. They're served by a young man, the son of the woman who owns the inn. He has a clean white linen towel over one arm. The way you might see in a fancy restaurant, not a little inn in a tiny town. His manner and the linen make him seem effeminate to fill. While the young man is serving the table where fill his brother and the cow hands are.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on Fresh Air
"My guest Kirsten Dunst is one of the stars of the new film the power of the dog, which is streaming on Netflix. It's been turning up on many ten best lists, including Justin Chang's are film critic, who called the film a magnificent western psychodrama. Dunst was described in the November issue of Vogue as the current FrontRunner for 2020 twos best supporting actress Oscar. She got her start in movies at age 8 in bonfire of the vanities. At 11, she played a vampire in interview with the vampire. She starred in arthouse films like Lars von trier's melancholia and Sofia Coppola's the virgin suicides and Marie Antoinette, as well as in more mainstream films like bring it on, and the Spider-Man movies. Her new film, the power of the dog, was directed by Jane campion and a set in Montana in 1925. Dense plays a widow who runs a small inn in a one street town with the help of her son who's a young adult. Two brothers, played by Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons, who own a ranch, are leading a cattle drive, hurting the cattle to market. On the way they stop at dunst in and dining hall. Cumberbatch is macho in his condescending and nasty to others, including his brother. Plemons a soft spoken and business like, when dense son serves them dinner, cumberbatch mocks him for being effeminate. Plemons stays to pay the bill, and finds dunst in tears, upset by how Clement's brother treated her son. Plemons soon married her and brings her back to the ranch, where his brother torments her and her son when you visit. The story has many surprising twists and turns as campion explores the image of rugged masculinity that cumberbatch embodies and slowly reveals what's going on beneath that surface..
"jesse plemons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Air our guest will be Kirsten Dunst She's one of the stars of the new film the power of the dog which was directed by Jane campion The film is on many critics ten best lists including our film critics Justin Chang Dense husband in the film is played by her real husband Jesse Plemons Join us Weekdays at two on 93.9 FM WNYC Hope 50 50 chance of snow mostly cloudy with the temperature falling today to the upper 20s by mid morning gusty windchills down to 20 to 25 and then tonight even colder low of 23 wind chills in the mid teens and tomorrow cold once again just 36 for a high tomorrow 32 with clouds now and snow is on the way It's 6 21 Support.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We have another slim chance for rain today that's after 4 o'clock this afternoon will reach a high end of the 50s today overnight rain likely a low around 41 so those rain themes continue for the week and for tomorrow as well in the morning Cloudy with the high near 45 tomorrow then on Thursday another chance a small chance of rain in the afternoon and mostly cloudy near 50 Right now in Central Park 38 in overcast at 5 51 WNYC supporters include Foods and cooking On the next all that nitrate and curbside pickup available membership information and more at flatbush food dot co op It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve inskeep And I'm a Martinez The end of the year means we're looking back on the best film and TV of 2021 and few people here at NPR spend more time thinking about those things and the hosts of NPR's pop culture happy hour podcast That's why they're here to talk about their favorite movies and shows of the year So you hear how that connection works First off is Glenn Weldon Glen welcome Hey thanks for being here Ayesha Harris is next I hello Aisha Hi there And Linda Holmes Hello Linda Hello Thanks for having me All right I want to start off with movies this year Aisha Let's start us off what a movie that you recommend I would love to recommend Zola There have been many movies made out of the thinnest of threads board games poems you name it But this had very much a challenge ahead of itself where it was going to take a viral Twitter thread from a woman named Zola who told this really wild story about meeting a woman and going on an impromptu road trip with her without even knowing her to go make money dancing And it turns into this high jinks of robbery attempted robberies and pimps and it's a wild wild story And it's directed by genetics of bravo and co written with Jeremy o'haras who you might be familiar with from the play slave play And I just think it's a really really fascinating road trip movie It takes the language of social media and makes it visual in a way that I've never seen anything quite like this movie before Let's go to Glen Glen what do you recommend Well again the power of the dog I've talked about this film with you before I keep talking about it It is my favorite film of the year It's a Jane campion film starring Benedict Cumberbatch Jesse Plemons and Kirsten Dunst Cumberbatch plays this cattle rancher who is so consumed with self loathing that he just makes the lives of everyone around him miserable Sounds fun but it's really a breathtakingly beautiful film about ugliness and it's a film that really rewards a second viewing because that's when you start to see how it all connects how it all comes together And on that second viewing and on that first view and keep your eye on Cody Smith mcphee He plays a kid that cumberbatch's character torments The kids are relative newcomer but he ends up carrying so much of the way to this film It's a great film It's in theaters and it's also on Netflix Now one I want to make sure that we talk about a summer of soul the questlove documentary about the 1969 Harlem cultural festival I know a couple of you loved it Linda It was on your list of favorites Why was it so good This is a movie that really made me feel great As you said it's a documentary showing parts of the 1969 Harlem cultural festival You'll see musicians Stevie Wonder Nina Simone Mahalia Jackson with Maeve a Staples It's a beautiful document that questlove put together but it's also I think a great example of taking a lot of different kinds of music older musicians younger musicians You know you've got these really important gospel and R&B performers You've got the 5th dimension which at the time was sort of coming up as a more of a pop group And he has some of these artists go and look back on the footage of this festival And I just found it vibrant exciting It's great music They're great performances It's a wonderful feeling just sitting down to enjoy this film I think All right now you guys all see more TV and movies and probably most folks listening So what did you see that maybe didn't get the recognition that it should have Glenn Well we are lady parts It's on peacocks maybe that's why not enough people saw it but this is a British sitcom about an up and coming punk band in London All of its members are young Muslim women from very different backgrounds very different sensibilities who recruit a shy and kind of nerdy microbiology PhD student as their lead guitarist and she keeps trying to keep her life in the band separate from her life with her friends and family This is at first a very broadly funny show There's lots of good solid jokes and the band's songs are both hilarious and really kind of bangers but it leaves room for real nuance and exploration It shows that these young women can be irreverent They can even be horny but still devout It's not that any of these women are rejecting their faith but instead as you watch the show you watch them navigating it And that's just a lot more interesting It's a lot more real And it really shouldn't come as the revelation that it does but here we are It's just 6 episodes God bless the Brits They know they know what they're doing And there is a new season coming I just think a lot more people need to see it That's we are lady parts on peacock I show what about you Well I can not stop evangelizing about south side which originally had its first season on Comedy Central of couple years ago And then got picked up by HBO Max And so the second season aired this fall And it is a show that is set on the south side of Chicago It is very much an ensemble show where you have all of these people who are connected in some way two of the main characters work for a rental company a rent to own company And so half of the show is about them trying to get back products that were rented by these weird characters within the south of Chicago And then the other two characters being characters are cops And this has one of the sharpest critiques I've seen on TV of policing but it does so without being too preachy I think they've the creators I've described it as sort of like The Simpsons but with black people and live action And I think that's a pretty good description of it And it is just fun and weird and also really interesting cultural commentary All right Linda you get the last word Oh that's amazing because I want to talk about the movie plan B which is available on Hulu It's a high wire act which balances an out all night comedy about two high school friends who have to go sort of on one of these adventures where you're going to different places and people are chasing you in all kinds of crazy wacky things are happening But the balance is that the reason why they're doing this is that one of these two friends their names are sunny and lupe Sunny has had a very unsatisfying first sexual experience that also involved a birth control mishap So she's looking for a plan B pill And so it has this incredibly significant and loaded backdrop and this kind of wild comedy and it's such a hard thing to get right I think everybody involved it's directed by Natalie Morales I think everybody involved did such a brilliant job controlling the.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on WTOP
"Watch this weekend in theaters and now streaming is the Netflix movie power of the dog starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a rough and menacing Montana rancher It's just a man meter Only another man This morning vulture critic Jen Cheney was her take It's a western but it's really a character study that focuses on this rancher named Phil who's played by Benedict Cumberbatch and his brother George who's played by Jesse Plemons George gets married to a woman played by Kirsten Dunst And so she becomes part of the family and so does her son who's played by Cody Smith mcphee And it's really about the relationship dynamics between all of these people's especially Phil and rose who he does not take a liking to her He thinks that she's just going after her His brother's money What's the meaning behind the title power of the dog Well if I told you that market would give something important away Because it's addressed really fully at the very end of the movie But this foam has been in the conversation in terms of potential Oscar nominations since people started seeing it at screenings a few weeks back And it's one of those movies that just every element of it top to bottom is done incredibly well written and directed by Jane campion It's beautiful landscapes but intimate story at the same time Wow okay Also now streaming on Disney+ a documentary about the 2018 cave rescue in Thailand Tell us about that Yeah this film is actually called the rescue And as you mentioned that cave rescue of a team of boys on a football team that got trapped in this cave And it was a very very perilous situation It was a huge news story at the time but 2018 feels like such a lifetime ago that you may have forgotten some of the details And this film really takes you into it with footage from the actual dive from the moment that they find these boys and a lot of interviews with the divers themselves It's a really remarkable suspenseful story And it's dreaming.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on WTOP
"Election judges say a recount has confirmed the Republican Karen green hall has defeated 85th district incumbent Democrat Alex askew The district includes parts of Virginia Beach that gives Republicans control of the House of delegates Democrats still control the state Senate a recount of the 91st district race is scheduled for next week that district includes part of the city of Hampton and part of York county In the theaters and now streaming is the Netflix movie power of the dog It stars Benedict Cumberbatch as a rough and menacing Montana rancher Only another man Earlier we spoke with vulture critic Jen chaney about the new movie It's a western but it's really a character study that focuses on this rancher named Phil who's played by Benedict Cumberbatch and his brother George who's played by Jesse Plemons George gets married to a woman played by Kirsten Dunst And so she becomes part of the family and so does her son who's played by Cody Smith mcphee And it's really about the relationship dynamics between all of these people especially Phil and rose who he does not take a liking to her He thinks that she's just going after her his brother's money What's the meaning behind the title power of the dog Well if I told you that market would give something important away Because it's addressed really fully at the very end of the movie But this film has been in the conversation in terms of potential Oscar nominations since people started seeing it at screenings a few weeks back And it's one of those movies that just every element of it top to bottom is done incredibly well written and directed by Jane campion It's beautiful landscapes but intimate story at the same time Wow okay Also now streaming on Disney+ a documentary about the 2018 cave rescue in Thailand tell us about that Yeah this film is actually called the rescue and as you mentioned that cave rescue of a team of boys on a football team that got trapped in this cave and it was a very very perilous situation It was a huge news story at the time but 2018 feels like such a lifetime ago that you may have forgotten some of the details And this film really takes you into it with footage from the actual dive from the moment that they find these boys and a lot of interviews with the divers themselves It's a really remarkable suspenseful story And it's streaming on Disney+ You don't even have to leave your house to watch it On Skype that's vulture critic Jen chaney It's that time of the week.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on WTOP
"Of the dogs starring Benedict Cumberbatch as a rough and menacing Montana rancher It's just a man meter Only another man Joining us for more is vulture critic Jen Cheney so Jen we know it's a western What sort of western is it exactly It's a western but it's really a character study that focuses as you mentioned on this rancher named Phil who's played by Benedict Cumberbatch and his brother George who's played by Jesse Plemons George gets married to a woman played by Kirsten Dunst And so she becomes part of the family and so does her son who's played by Cody Smith mcphee And it's really about the relationship dynamics between all of these people especially Phil and rose who he does not take a liking to her He thinks that she's just going after his brother's money What's the meaning behind the title power of the dog Well if I told you that market would give something important away Because it's addressed really fully at the very end of the movie But you know this film has been in the conversation in terms of potential Oscar nominations since people started seeing it at screenings a few weeks back And it's one of those movies that just every element of it top to bottom is done incredibly well written and directed by Jane campion It's beautiful landscapes but intimate story at the same time Wow okay Also now streaming on Disney+ a documentary about the 2018 cave rescue in Thailand Tell us about that Yeah this film is actually called the rescue And as you mentioned that cave rescue of a team of boys on a football team that got trapped in this cave And it was a very very perilous situation It was a huge news story at the time but 2018 feels like such a lifetime ago that you may have forgotten some of the details And this film really takes you into it with footage from the actual dive from the moment that they find these boys and a lot of interviews with the divers themselves It's a really remarkable suspenseful story and it's streaming on Disney+ so you don't even have to leave your house to watch it Very good All right Jen thank you Enjoy your weekend That's vulture critic Jen Cheney joining us on Skype Ten 13 horse races at Maryland's Laurel park race track have been canceled through Sunday It comes after 8 horses suffered deadly fractures there in October and November while racing or training on the tracks recently installed dirt surface organizers say they're taking a closer look at.
'Jungle Cruise' Navigates Turning the Ride Into a Highly Enjoyable Trip
"To the movies. Next, Pirates of the Caribbean turned a theme park ride into a hit movie franchise. Disney is added again with Jungle Cruise Now in theaters and on Disney, plus and experience, riverboat captain takes a scientist and her brother on a dangerous ride down the Amazon River of all the jungle cruise as you could take. This one is the cheeks but also the most thrilling. It's the African Queen on steroids as Dwayne Johnson find swashbuckling chemistry with Emily Blunt, calling each other Skippy for skipper and pants for her part of feminism. Disney even wades into LGBTQ, plus waters with her brother with admirable matter of fact, this The villains are a little cliche with Jesse Plemons, stereotypical Nazi and BCG can kiss the door who feels derivative, Um, pirates of the Caribbean. Either way, This is a fun throwback adventure, like romancing the stone filled with puns in a beautiful CG setting sailing on an Amazon stream but streaming on Disney. Plus I'm wtlv film critic Jason rarely giving jungle cruise 3.5 out of five stars.
Kirsten Dunst Is Pregnant With Her Second Child
"Issue of W magazine that she and Jesse Plemons are expecting their second child, and the announcement brought back some memories. When Dumpster was pregnant with her first child, Ennis, she revealed the news of Baby Ennis in a fashion campaign for the brand road art. And in this W magazine pictorials. She's wearing custom road are for the W magazine spreads and Yeah, Congratulations. It's very lovely. And
Tim Burton to Direct Live-Action Wednesday Addams Series for Netflix
"Move onto our next item. Which is tim burton's next next project. Crisp what we know about that Tim burton is directing a netflix series. That is a spin off of the addams family And it's about wednesday addams and it's live action and it really doesn't sound anything like previous addams family projects before. Here's here's the rundown. The upcoming eight episodes series is a sleuthing super supernatural infused mystery charting wednesdays years as a student at the peculiar never more academy wednesdays attempts to master her emerging psychic ability thwart a monstrous killing spree. That has terrorized local town and solve the mystery that embroiled her parents. Twenty five years ago all
"jesse plemons" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Movie reviews Ken Dog is here, joining us tonight and what do we look for? What do we have? What what's on your mind this week? Okay, I got a couple of them. You want to watch streaming on Netflix came out late last week. I want to say and it was. It's called. It's a Korean film called Space Sweepers. It's a science fiction film set in the year 2092. And basically, there's this cottage industry of People who, uh, basically collect junk in salvage. Okay. And this crew picks up young, humanoid roll robot named Dorothy. That is, the government alleges a weapon of mass destruction. The truth is a lot more complicated than that. And it's the evil corporation trying to hide. What they're doing is altruistic blah. But you've seen it in a lot of science fiction movies, but This is bat crap. Crazy in a good way. They they do some neat things here, um, the special effects of really good. It's a chase film. And also you can't be afraid of subtitles because they have this multicultural cast the villain. Is corporate corporate guy played by Richard Armitage. Amy, Of course, he speaks English the entire time. He's based best known for the hobbit movies, and then you have the Korean basic cast. Then you have Persians and you have this and you have British and it's just It's It's a multicultural cast, not seeming like stunt casting. Because it's a futuristic film. I thought that was really kind of cool. And the acting is actually pretty decent for movie like this. Usually I expect to see Speed racer with live action. You know what? Oh, yeah, you know that acting the entire time, right? This is good. I'm giving it four out of five. It is It is a fun, fun movie, And it's on Netflix now and if you've got it, you should check it out Name of it again. Space sweepers. Space sweepers? Yes, exactly. All right, all right. The movie of the week, though, just came out today on HBO, Max and then select theaters. If there's a theater open in town. Good luck, But get HBO Max. You can see this. Another Warner Brothers on the Warner Brothers Slate. It's called Judas in the Black Messiah. It's directed by first timer. Shaka King also co wrote the script. And what is It's a historical drama based on the murder of one of Black Panther leaders, Fred Hampton. Okay, takes place in 1968. And the infiltration of Bill O'Neill played by like Keith Stanfield is terrific. Bill O'Neill. He's a small time grifter who's recruited Jesse Plemons, Roy Mitchell and FBI guy to infiltrate and, of course, historically, it lead to Basically.
"jesse plemons" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This. Will people still pay? Can we actually release a movie like this? Because I read somewhere that there are 60. Some million subscribers will fail. You 10% of that. That makes $200 million that I don't have to share that with the theater. No, no, and it covers the budget covers the budget. Well, yeah, this is This is a bit of a gamble for Disney to see if taken structure releases this way, if need be, which is going to upset the cinemas, But it's ultimately away for Disney to deliver the contract content Recluse. Now the the movie itself, I will say this on adaptation of the 1998 animated film move on. They stripped out a lot of the kind of the classic Disney stuff like the music and the songs and the cute Animals like You Don't have Eddie Murphy as the Dragon. It's Dunmore pragmatically like it's a Chinese action movie along the lines of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or a hero with Jack's Got You Netflix thinks it has a winner. And I'm thinking of ending things, which is a Ah horror film. It stars Jesse Plemons, who was just a freakishly scary guy and breaking bad, cold blooded killer. Andi was also the Irishman as well. So he gets a he gets a starring role in this and I'm interested. I want to see this. Yeah, this one is directed by Charlie Kaufman. I don't know if I'd call it a horror movie was bored. Just it's in. I don't know if you can categorize it. And that's what happens with the Charlie Kaufman movie. He did eternal sunshine of the Spotless Mind being John Malkovich. And his. He thinks so far out of the box that you look around. You won't even see the box. That is how bizarre his movies aren't it's about this couple that are going to visit the man's family over the weekend and the girls thinking of ending the relationship. But as they're travelling there, having these sort of Ah self aware conversations and start to experiencing things out of time, almost dreamlike. It's a bizarre movie, and it's weird and it makes you think, but I think it's really cool. I don't think anyone's gonna understand it, but I guess that's kind of the point. Well, I'm looking forward to seeing it because, like I said Plemons, just And some of his supporting roles, I think has been terrific. We'll see how he does in the lead here. Hey, Kevin have a great weekend and hopefully when we talk next time you're going back to theaters and we're talking about the big screen. Let's hope so. There you go. Kevin Carr Fat guys at the movies dot com. All right, let's go back out onto the roadways..
"jesse plemons" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Fine it was fine your ridiculous ridiculous I mean it's up it's a masterpiece it's not a masterpiece it was fine it changed pop culture forever it was a phenomenon when it was on a I mean it was what I think it's overrated I'm sorry it's tough for a show that and well that is the most difficult I like the ending was appropriate and it was pretty good appropriate but you're saying in the last season they just are killing **** nilly I know they were doing that the holds theories but it just got a little worse okay I know it was good the last season but there are some moments like there were some seasons where I'm like okay I'm just going to muster through this kind of how I felt to kill a mockingbird I was like how many endings can this book half but there were like four places where the book could have ended and then they're like and then you know it's like the and but wait there's more okay okay and I enjoyed it I just didn't love it you give it three you should be three and a half where do you have I really think we should I don't know anyway that's not my beef well now I'm gonna show you might be let's went out okay and I know that a lot of people watch el Comino which is the breaking bad movie which really is just a few more breaking bad episode correct right yeah it's just a continuation of the end see what they did again it ends and then they're like well wait there's more that's not my beef I thought of what might be if there's anybody is Jesse Plemons okay whoa everybody loves Jesse flow.