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Jodie Foster thanks Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during Golden Globes speech

Daily Pop

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Jodie Foster thanks Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during Golden Globes speech

"Foster thanked. Nfl quarterback aaron rodgers falling her golden globes win last night afterwards. She cleared up the rumor that she was the one who set up erin and her co-star shailene woodley. I have never met. Aaron rodgers so But it is possible that i do like to talk about how much i love remix backers and sometimes i can talk a little bit too much about that. So of course shane. Lean is very very aware of my enthusiasm for the team. A

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Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

02:13 min | 2 months ago

Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees

"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more

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Jodie Foster has something special planned for Aaron Rodgers if she wins Golden Globe

The KFBK Morning News

00:36 sec | 3 months ago

Jodie Foster has something special planned for Aaron Rodgers if she wins Golden Globe

"Do you know Aaron Rodgers? You had no idea he was going to say this. She just knows. I'm his biggest fan. If you win the golden Globe, will you name him in your speech? Absolutely. It's Jodie Foster. She was on Jimmy Kimmel. So the backstory here is Green Bay Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers on the M V. P and he wanted, he said, Thank you to Jodie Foster, and they don't even know each other. She's a big Packers fan, right? But he said Thanks, Jodie Foster is one to recognize you. And I love that. I don't know I next time we win something we should random this pick somebody's pick. Someone shot him out like Beyonce.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

06:52 min | 3 months ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"A few. They're all just trying to make movies and making getting off the ground. Making a movie is the hardest thing in the world if you could kind of psychoanalyze something for me. The seems like flight plan the brave one. Several of the you know relatively more recent performances you have played characters who basically i think could have been and in some cases where ridden as male characters. They aren't really attached to anyone romantically. And they're basically people who are no nonsense and take a lot of ass. Is that something you find yourself increasingly drawn to for any particular reason definitely not increasingly because i feel like that era's over both both of the ones that you mentioned their husbands dead. Yeah their boyfriends or their partners are dead and recent loss. Both of them recent loss. So yeah it's interesting. That this i forgot about that in those two movies i do really like playing solitary characters I i will kill people off in the process. I'll be like why does she have to be married. Why don't you have to have a father. I don't understand why. why can't you know. I like solitary. Characters are like that path of somebody trying to find themselves without being in reference to somebody else and in the case of flight plan. Of course. she's you know her single most thing is to try to find her child. Who has gone missing on this plane. And everybody's now now saying to her that the child never happened. The child wasn't there. The child's long-dead that idea of female hysteria. Right this weird myth of female hysteria historically has plagued women that when they take charge when they disagree when they don't emotionally. Say the things that you want them to say that they are hysterical. That they're crazy that they're insane. You know that that's was very interesting about a flight. Plan that that her that in defying that was her a firming identity. The brave one. I think in no sir sorta similar. It's an existential identity film. In some ways she has this terrible thing happened to her and when she awakens from the trauma she becomes the person she was always intended to be but is someone who is a stranger to her that she had she would never have recognized before she is forever changed and she. It's somebody that she is at once ashamed of and is just absolutely energetically titillated by you know. She has become this force of nature. That's more than than anything that she ever thought she was. So those are two kind of like female survival kick ass identity movies well and you've said that it's not usually the case that women are allowed to show anger or rage on screen in n. That was something that maybe you fly to be. The character in the brave one probably has more to do is sort of thinking version of travis. Bickel enjoys you know somebody who is not. She's not travis bickel. Because travis was unconscious was in fact. That's what makes her suffering greater is that she is conscious that this coming but you know she is becoming a killer. Somebody consumed by revenge absolutely so it was. I think a gap of sixteen years when you had not directed when you came back with the beaver which i think was the first time i was fortunate enough to speak with you. This came out in two thousand eleven. And you have said it was quote probably the biggest struggle of my professional career. Close quote now. yeah. I imagine that's a combination of making and then selling that movie but Y was in your. If i don't wanna put words in your mouth. Yeah if you if you get if you see interviews. that are just after. The movie's been released. That i do say this is the hardest thing i've ever done and the next movie i say but actually the beaver was very challenging. Not the shooting. The shooting was magnificent and easy. And you know so proud of mel's performance and he just gave me so much more than i could have ever imagined so effortlessly it was the process of releasing the movie and How everybody felt about the film and how you know how how we had to pivot in terms of the news and mel scandals and all that it was difficult. It definitely was difficult. But i'm very proud of that movie. took a minute to figure that film out and even for me. It took me a minute to figure out Because it did have an odd tone. And i know it's not for everybody but i will always love it and we should again just know. What a great. I you have for young talent because you are both very sadly anton yeltsin and jennifer lawrence. I mean these are two great young performers but for you the year after that you turn fifty two thousand twelve and you've said that in some ways everything changed. That and i wonder why well things were changing. Lots of things change in my life personal life. And i did make a decision which i knew was coming where i really wanted to focus on directing And it was clear to me that i could. There were a lot of things that i had done for many many years as an actor that were just about the kind of giving that i was giving as an actor to try to make things work That i wasn't willing to do anymore. And so i thought that in a way i thought oh well. I don't know how much i'm going to act anymore. And maybe they'll be something that will come along. And i'm gonna love that feels meaningful to me and i will do that. But if it doesn't feel meaningful to me i am no longer going to try and put a round hole and a square peg And i didn't know what that meant. I didn't know whether i would ever act again. It was in fact. I think six years before hotel ernest and in that period though directed some wonderful. Tv oranges black house of cards black mirror. Another movie with money monster in two thousand sixteen and obviously all leading up to the mauritanian just coming now. which when. You're now being more selective about the acting roles that you take. What was it that made you. What made you say to this. One in context i spent. I did direct a lot in the years My directed a lot of tv and streaming and just to get my feet wet and figure out what streaming was and then and also directed money monster which is a pretty big movie and a pretty big studio undertaking me a lot of action and bigger budget and all the stuff and yeah and difficult film as well. There came a moment. Were really wanted to prioritize my directing work and and that being said you know you hit a certain age and there aren't as many roles available to too so that that all all those things.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

06:28 min | 3 months ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I mean i was thinking about that. It was talking to my producer yesterday about the accused in in. I'd seen it i. I saw not too long ago. And i said to him. I said i think that's one of the best performances of anything ever like. It's yeah yeah. Because i don't have any objectivity about that performance. Why is that you know i kind of felt was interesting. I felt like a little bit of a failure. When i'm in that movie because there were things that the producers and the director wanted were trying to encourage me to do differently and i couldn't royal well lake i really. I felt like i really came to understand the character. And i had made these decisions about the character that i just couldn't abandoned. They asked me to abandon them in order to accomplish some kind of goals they had like which ones well i remember for example that The producer who. I really love. I really love this guy. Stanley jaffe teaches was a cool. That crazy guy and and definitely Made a lot of people nuts. But i really liked him. He was an old timer to right. Been around a long time. He made me he exert a lot of power on the set there every day and he had a lot of opinions about you know everything from how many miniskirt should be to how i should smoke right and i was a smoker. The time and he was not happy with how smoked. And he made me re-shoot like twice reshoot the same scene twice because of the smoke and i was just like sorry how. Yeah how are you going to do. It is and how are you going to change something like that and get hung up on it in the middle of that performance. You're gonna worry about yeah. There was a lot of a lot of. I think there's a lot of intervening at the time. Because i think people were worried. They were worried that oh she's too tough or oh she's too unlikable or she's and granted there a part of me that worried about that too just couldn't do it any differently. I just knew her. And that's she was so for example the courtroom scene. I think we had a lot of problems with the courtroom scene. They had a lot of problems within the caught at jonathan was hoping expected for a different kind of performance in the one that i was able to give so when i finished that movie i just felt like bad actor. I just felt like a bad actor. Because i couldn't make this character more likable for them. You know but that's such a weird kind of hollywood note. And now that i'm thinking about about stanley job jaffe. He's one of those guys that had a reputation of being sort of a control freak. I think got yeah sure. Let's sure lansing's producer paramount as well and. Yeah he did yeah. Lots of big movies aren't really like the guy so i have a real fondness for him and he. He was kind of old school. And i think they didn't really understand why they had and they were worried. I think they were worried that the character would be offensive to people. And i got interesting. I sort of internalized. That and i was like gosh i wish i could make it less offensive. I'm so sorry. This is what i got. And in the end i you know i think it was instinct and i think i was right and it really taught me that you can't accommodate other people when it's about fear it's also part of it also works for the character. I mean that the to create that insecurity in that overcompensating and the attempting to please everybody. You know in these moments. I mean that that is part of the the broken of that character. And and i think that what they probably misunderstood was the vulnerability that you are able to access in the middle of all that. Because it wasn't it wasn't something in movies necessarily. Yeah and that's okay. This is part of the process. This is why we fight for things that we know are important even though we don't understand why they are important and sometimes that challenged that process of balancing authority and challenging other people. Like that's going to get made so i don't. I don't have a problem with that. I feel like that's that's kind of what we do. But it's hard for me. Because i'm a people pleasing girl. I like to take notes and like grays rebel and so that will be taught me a lot. But you've able to eve able to manage that that particular problem people pleasing part. Y- yeah i think i have. There's there's parts of it that i've learned to let go of and then other parts of it that i'm just i'm just downs with i. Guess the big challenge air is just making sure you have some boundaries and you. Don't let yourself get trampled. Yeah look sometimes you make a choice that a character. It's bad choice. That's really possible I've made. I've made mistakes with the character before and i can look later go home. Maybe i shouldn't have done that. Or wherever but the only thing you can do is operate on operate on instinctually. What you know to be true and you make that you you have to live by that whether it works for the film or whether it doesn't work for the film because if you don't have that have anything but the accused was a huge movie because it seemed like when you were when after you went off to college you know i. I don't know a lot of those movies. you remember. Yeah five made five dollars in college and none of them were successful. None of did you. Did you like any of those movies. Yeah i loved. Hotel new hampshire. I thought that was a great movie. Those sort of what he was one of those casts right telling hampshire. I'm trying to think which are the other ones no bad what bothers that was. Yeah i mean they're all adventures. They weren't the movies didn't quite work and also but you had to deal with all that other crap to that you were dealing with that. Somehow you manage to that must have been some lesson in creating personal boundaries. That the job stuff. Yeah it was. It's a it's a weird moment in my life transcended kind of amazing. Yes i mean. I skillfully transcended right Because my mom who had been publicised was very clear that she she tried to guide me to make sure that i wasn't just going to be known as the person who is involved in.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

06:49 min | 3 months ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Police station and then i'm going to visit you and yourself every single day and i'm going to get you an awesome attorney. I am going to. I am going to take you to the police station like you. You don't stop loving somebody just because they make bad choices or they are struggling so that that that that's that's been very true. I mean with downy like what's interesting is both for downey and for just because you mentioned those two Making movies has been very healing for them. And i really believe that. What mel brought the beaver what he expressed as a character at the bravery that he showed to be broken man in that movie somebody who is totally and completely lost and Struggling with how to rebuild again struggling with his with his mental illness and that was just such a brave performance in. I will always be grateful for that. And and i think it was very healing for him One other movie just as as a fan hit me at the right time and the right space on fan of mecca. So is your work with him. On contacts and sagan who we lost in the middle of that production was a huge part of the reason for doing that and his spirit is in that film I thought. I thought george miller actually recently and i know he was going to direct that. Were you onboard. George was going direct in to change a lot from georgia's interpretations of psychosis. Yeah originally it was. George miller movie and We we got very close We went to the he went to the studio. He had everything figured out in terms of plates that he would need and the All the seats they didn't have cg then but the special facts that they needed and Yeah it did not work out. Did not work well for george was a dramatically different film. Yes it was dramatically different. It was very much in the spirit of lorenzo's oil. Which film i love. It almost had an eraser head quality to it. It was it was a very different tone. It was it was elaborate beautiful art film. Well where moments where you know. You'd follow ants. He just asks you know is really really a tricky wonderful movie And when they decided to go into different direction and john mccain board That he took a year as a meccas took a year rewriting scripts and a calling people at nasa and really grounding in the factual Grounding facts like he he he wanted to start fresh. And i'd appreciate that movie to also know that some somewhere out there would have been an amazing george miller movie. I mean he's the definition of a mad genius. I will follow him wherever. Nc takes us Your directing career going forward. You've made a lot of of you did money monster researchers but you've done a lot in streaming as everyone is at heart knows that's where the creativity and the opportunities are right now. Are you a split mind. I know i am as a film fan. I love streaming and i'm devouring all of it also like i met. I feel a personal existential crisis about theatrical. I don't know what movies are gonna like in a year and in five years as someone that's lived their life loving movies like just a sense of where your head's at streaming and the we all we all need to go into group therapy a little bit because you know we have nostalgia about sitting in a movie theater because it shaped our lives and you know we believe that that is the primo experience of having movie experiences being surrounded by people and living in community together on the screen. Immersion of that. But you know new times so we knew they were coming. It's been happening for the last fifteen years you know. We knew that the gums were being getaways into two categories. One would twist the over one hundred million dollar. They practice films through the studios felt comfortable betting their whole you know five year plan on And that the rest of the movies that were real narrative Would be streaming platform and we knew that was coming. And that's exactly what happened. And i mean i remember uber right now. It's like i'm so much more excited by movies. That are coming out on streaming or anything else that they kind of both made their beds and late in it. I mean the studios like to point their fingers at streaming and sayings your fall. No you did it you you you created this technology in this and the platforming systems netflix specifically come out and say yeah well. You're making terrible movies. Because he didn't believe in in in the audience's taste so to rad. Everybody left you all pointing at each other. And it was a of events that that basically changed the moving habits of filmgoers. And i just don't know that there are ever going to come out some folks Caught a little. Flack appears ago when you were honest and i think that's totally fine. Superhero movies aren't for everybody. But you were kind of like these two million dollars superhero movies. Maybe aren't made for me. And they're not made for everybody Have you do still follow that path. Have you found anything in that. Realm that that you find stimulating intellectually emotionally. Or i think a great. I just don't think every movie has to be that and some people want that you know if you're going to pay fifty dollars or whoever much it costs you now to go to a movie theater you're gonna want to sit in the seat with your veins out and just you just wanna have like you know you have this massive immersive takeover experience where your body has taken over and that's what people have grown to what from that experience and i get that i mean i love you know I left ironman loved the original. Our man and there's there's movies that i think are really well done and well crafted and this goes to change my life so i wanna make. The moussa changed my life. And if i have to make money phones. I mindful or the one The next directing is it something that you've explored in the past. Is it like would you ever go back. To flora plum leni riefenstahl or those put the but now those ships sailed. I struggled with them for many years in those ships kind of sailed. I think and Certainly certainly for flora kwame. There were other movies that were made where they took them directly from our film. You know they so there's a point making them because somebody else took all our stuff and made them already lenny. Maybe will be made by somebody else. I've definitely grown too late night. Maybe i'll play the hundred year old lenny. Maybe that'll be. I'll play her at hundred thirty. Go and what is what does stuff have you been watching Lastly just straight and the streaming series or film was as excited inspired you. You know it. We're at the oscar release fade so i've got a ton of movies that want to watch A ton of documentaries too. I mean that's the this has been a wonderful byproduct of the streaming revolution has been that people have discovered documentaries and now they have a place in our lives just great.

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Explaining Occam's Razor

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

11:43 min | 1 year ago

Explaining Occam's Razor

"Today we're going to discuss a problem solving principle that many of you probably heard of and we've we've definitely referenced on the show before and that is autumn's razor that's right. It's it's one of the classics one of the hits of like the skeptical toolkit and I think it's a really one to get into because it's something that is widely known but in different ways and often To whatever extent it actually does have value. It often gets deployed in ways that do not actually make use of its value right like like an actual razor blade. It may be misused from time to time. Yes now. What one specific place that. I know we've talked about it before. Is that is in the context of Carl? Sagan's recommendations for the the tools of skeptical thinking he these out and one of them is autumn's razor. He writes all comes razor this convenient rule of thumb urges us when faced with two hypotheses that explain the data equally well to choose the simpler. Okay now why did we end up talking about this today? We we were in the studio the other day Discussing upcoming episodes. And you said that. Seth had mentioned this our producer Seth Yeah. I was in here and set a nickel Johnson was working on. A crossword puzzle was at the New York. Times he tells us it was the New York Times And he he asked me how to spell. Autumn is in razor and I took a guess at it and I can't I can't remember. I was correct. I was probably wrong but also probably hit one of the multiple acceptable spell things for razor But anyway we started talking about it and I was like. Oh Yeah we we could do that as an episode and so here we are. I'm very glad we picked this because I think one of my personal favorite genres of of critical thinking is is being skeptical about the tools of skepticism. You know is sometimes people who identify skeptics can ca- can I get a little cocky. You know they get a little too sure of themselves about what the reasoning tools they use and it's worth putting those tools to the test. Giving them a closer look. Yeah absolutely now I have to say I definitely remember. The first time I encountered the concept of outcomes raise or at least the first time I encountered it and it on some level stuck with me and that was when viewed the Nineteen ninety-seven film adaptation of Carl Sagan's novel contact the movie. I can't watch without crying. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah well. Why does it make you cry? Oh God there's no point especially the first part where you know it. Zooms out from the earth and you're hearing the radio signals go back in time and then and then it shows the young. L. E. Airway experimenting with the Ham Radio and her dad's helping her and get so emotional. Yeah Yeah it's it's been a very long I. I haven't seen it since initially came out and in fact the main thing I remember from it is seen in which jodie foster's character. Eleanor Airway has having this conversation with Matthew mcconaughey as character. Who How old was Matthew mcconaughey at this point? I don't even know how old he is. Now is this ageless demon but anyway. Here's this character He's scared Palmer. Joss in the scene in question foster's character brings up autumn's razor in a discussion on the nature of God she. She says well which is ultimately the simpler hypothesis that an all powerful God exists or the human beings made got up in order to feel better about things and then this ultimately comes back around is kind of flipped on her later on film regarding her characters encounter with an extraterrestrial intelligence right. Is it more likely that she really had the experience? She thinks she had with With all these aliens or that. She like hallucinated. Something that would give her emotional closure. Yeah and so. Yeah I think I was in high school at the time so it was. It was interesting concept especially in the context of of atheism verses of faith in a creator deity inserted to suddenly have this tool from the chest. Skeptical thinking just thrown up on the table and you and seemingly used by both sides. Well Yeah I think this is funny. This is a great example because it highlights some of the most common features of all comes razor as it is actually used to like. It's often invoked in a kind of fuzzy way without an objective measure Just kind of invoked to back up your intuitions about the probability of something right but another thing is that this example shows how. It's not always easy to find a way to compare the simplicity of two different propositions like is the existence of God a simple hypothesis or a complicated one that I think that really depends on kind of how you feel about it like like what kind of objective measure can you come up with to evaluate that question right. It's GonNa depend so much on your like your background your culture what you grew up with. And you know how you how you've come to view the possibility of Of God's existence. Is it just kind of the bedrock of your your worldview or is it this thing from the outside that you are contemplating and also how do you view it at like the coherence of the idea? Do you view it as something. That's like That's full of all these little kind of ad hoc accommodations or something that is a holistic coherent Sort of like fact about nature. Yeah you know I it's I I think this is a perfect example. That shows like win. People used the idea volumes razor in a way that is not helpful and doesn't really doesn't really get you any closer to figuring out what's true now if you're if you're still questioning what the concept really means. Don't worry we will get to some. I think some very understandable examples of how it can be a used properly and used improperly. But let's go ahead and just start about the concept itself the the word autumn You know where this comes from. We'll get to the origins of autumn's razor so Oxfam's razor is also known as the principle of parsimony and parsimony means a tendency towards cheapness or frugality. So I like that. It's like the principle of parsimony is like you. You want to be cheap with your with your logic right yeah. I don't need more than two steps of logic between me and the solution. Don't give me one with four or five. And it was named after the Medieval English philosopher William of autumn. Of course William of Arkham So he he lived in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries from twelve eighty five to either thirteen seven or thirteen forty nine. I've seen different death dates given forum. I've seen different birthdates as well. Eighty seven twelve. Eighty eight looking at That's interesting so he was a prolific scholar. Franciscan friar we'll get more into his ideas in a minute. I you know one thing I've always wondered is where the heck is awesome. I've never heard of that. Well yeah because the word sound has kind of like a remoteness to it. It sounds alien in some ways. Autumn is very much a real place. It is a rural village. In Surrey England. You can look it up online. You can find that the website for the church in Oxfam for example and this area has been occupied since ancient times. It's about a day's ride south west of London and it was the birthplace of the individual who'd come to be known as William Volume now beyond that beyond the fact that he was born here. We don't know a lot about William's life We don't know what his social or family background was or if his native language was French or Middle English. As Paul Vincent Spadea explains in the Cambridge companion to Arkham he was likely given over to the Franciscan order as a young boy. Before the age of fourteen and here Latin would have quickly become his language of not only writing but also just conversation Grey Friars Convent in. London was likely his home convent but later he traveled he visited Avalon he visited Italy and he lived the last two decades of his life in Germany. Now philosophically William was a Nominal List and spayed writes that the two main themes of this for William were the rejection of universals and ontological reduction in these two teams are are not necessarily interconnected like you can you. Could you could believe in one but not the other and vice versa but basically like let's get into what these mate so the first rejection of universals is perhaps best considered and this is very brief and broad Certainly you can find so much written in instead on this topic but basically think of it as a rejection of the tonic idea of the realm of forms. So that idea that all chairs that we might make design and carve a symbol are an attempt to create the perfect chair which doesn't reside in our world but only resides within this realm of forms. So all chairs that we create our like an aspiration for the ideal chair another way. I've thought about it at least as I understood it was. The nominalism is kind of the idea that there is no such thing as a chair. There's only this chair and that chair in this chair over here. There is no chair right like this. This is the kind of the situation gets too. When you you get into the genre classifications of say albums artists or movies. You care a great deal about and someone tries to limit it to a classification and say oh well that's classic rock where that's alternative rock near like. No no no no no. Don't don't try and fit there is there. Is these categories. Do not apply. There is there is only you know whatever. Your band of choice happens to be. There is only tool. There is only primis or whatever right there yeah there. There is only things not category right. Now let's move onto the second theme here. Ontological reduction this is as Britannica defines it quote the metaphysical doctrine that entities of a certain kind are in reality collections or combinations of entities of simpler or more basic kind. I think your classic example here is molecules atoms. Yeah so another example. Here's while our aristotle defined ten categories of objects that might be apprehended by a human mind. These would have been translations vary on on how you wanted to find these but substance quantity quality relative place time attitude condition action and affection. William cut these down to two substance and quality. He's really getting in there. That's the razor. That's what a razor Dutt. Cia slices away. It cuts off the fat and gets down to the meat. Spayed writes quote. Although these two strands of thinking are independent. They are nevertheless often viewed as joint effects of a more fundamental. Concern the principle of parsimony known as Oxfam's razor okay. So we're getting to the razor. Yeah so William. Devoted a lot of energy to arguing against What spade calls the bloated onto logical in inventories of his contemporaries and became well known to his peers for this as such either towards the end of his life or shortly after his death a kind of greatest hits album came out on his thoughts and ideas titled On the Principles of Theology? Now it wasn't actually by William of Arkham but it featured his doctrine as well as verbatim quotes there is no ascribed author either so later generations would often just attribute it to him as well as the notion of outcomes razor however the specific phrase was apparently never actually used by him. He never said autumn in the house. I'M GONNA get the razor out and started carving on some some some some some ideas

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Contact: The Movie That Changed Drew Hammond's Life

This Movie Changed Me

08:39 min | 1 year ago

Contact: The Movie That Changed Drew Hammond's Life

"The movies adapted from the science fiction novel by The scientist Carl Sagan and tells the story of L. E. We first meet her as a little girl with her dad watching the stars and fascinated by the idea of life on other your planet's we see her playing with the radio trying to make a connection with people from outside her hometown and that curiosity that she has a little girl will eventually guide her through her work. Could we talk to the moon. Wow Big enough radio. I don't see why not can we talk to Jupiter or or what's one after that. Don't tell me give you in Hula hoops Saturn. Could we talk to Saturday. dad could be talked to mom. I don't think even the biggest radio could reach that far. Yeah people on other planets. I I don't know sparks but I guess I'd say if it is just as it seems like an awful ways to space ellie grows up to be this amazing astronomer who works for this organization that is trying to find aliens on other planets and many people don't take her work seriously other scientists give her credit for her hard work and for her intelligence and her amazing determination in her projects but it's the kind of science that is often equated with faith the kind of science. You can't prove true what I'm I'm doing you promising scientists to be wasting your gifts on this nonsense consider what could potentially be the most important discovery the human race nonsense incense okay. There's four hundred to one. There is intelligent life out there but it's so far away you'll never contacted in your lifetime Carol Disisto. Oh there's nothing out there about noble gases and carbon compounds and you're wasting your time in the meantime. You won't be published. You won't be taken seriously and your career will be over or before. It's begun so my life. That's search is one that takes l. e. directly into the path of Palmer Joss this this kind of spiritual pastor seeker played by Matthew mcconaughey elliara mutually studying all the usual Nabulsi quasars pulsars stuff like that. What are you what are you writing. The Usual Nouns adverbs added to here and there I worked on a project called city search for extraterrestrial intelligence. Wow out there l. E. is played brilliantly by the one and only jodie foster. One of my heroes and the relationship between her and Palmer is so important because it is going to kind of demonstrate and play out for us that divide divide between science and faith science and religion and it becomes the guiding light for the movie. How can you be sure that something really exists when you can't prove it Orig- book. Would you like me to quote you. Ironically the thing that people are the most hungry for meaning is the one thing that science hasn't been able to give them yeah yeah come on. It's like you're saying that science killed God. What if what if science simply revealed that he never existed in the first place the character of Palmer Joss was important for me because he inhabited this religious spiritual seeker identity but he also really understood were Elliott as a scientist came from and that was really important for high school teacher Hammond. Although he related to Ellie you know he had never seen a scientist. I figure like her before someone who would ask these hard questions of everyone around her and even of herself and the work that she did and yet but really really comfortable with the idea of mystery and unanswered questions so I want to hear the story behind when you first saw contact and this is kind of a meditative exercise that we found really useful here on the podcasts which is free to close your eyes so I'm looking at you so I know you're doing close your eyes and then for ten seconds distinct about that first time you saw the movie and then I will look at the clock and I'll interrupt you so what memories came for you then it it was the it was the summer after high school high school graduation. I think it was yeah and and about two weeks before the movie came out my long-term term crush that had a you know I wanna say it was love but it was not for sure. It was just highschool crush but for four years I had you know wanting wanting to be with her. and then towards the end of highschool. She got engaged to her youth pastor well from her church was he he he was like a good seven years older than she is right. Yes right but you know. Jesus was cool with it so I guess it was all part of the plan anyway but so I was I was crushed and I remember like I went to the wedding and and I remember thinking like Oh. Oh you know if if I if I was more of a person of faith if I was going to be somebody that could go to church this would be this could be me love me and I I I was just I was depressed and I felt so alone and and then a couple of my friends like we went to the the movie just because it was a science fiction movie had aliens in it and if you if you go back and look at the trailer it does not know it does not sell thus you knew like Carl. Sagan's work had no idea the kind of dialogue that it just looks like a cool science independence day was going to be it's been fun a fun romp and we watch the movie and and win when it was done my friends I got up and started to walk away and they were like let's get them scream and I was just sitting there bawling and I could not I could not bring myself to leave the theater for like a good ten minutes because it was just such a yeah. It was just such a profound and deeply personal experience that I don't think I've ever had in a movie like that where I felt like this movie spoke to something that I could never even put into words and I didn't know how to talk about it with anybody. I didn't feel like it was okay to talk about and what that what that movie brought up for me what I'm saying. Oh yeah definitely it's one of the things that I love the most about movies and that experience when you see one in the theater is it's you're kind of hit with the impact of the film and then you're processing it. I mean days weeks years later for sure. I went back and saw the movie again in the theater. You know maybe within the next week and finally started to figure out like Oh. This is speaking to this disconnect that I felt for the last you know whatever the the time probably eight years of being a young kid who never had a relationship with church and and was surrounded by very spiritual and religious people and always feeling like an outsider because you know it's funny. I think I had a similar experience to you watching the movie as someone who grew up actually very religious my parents are pastor eventual Christian but he's also a man. He's like a botanist and he always man of science. Yeah I think watching this movie felt in a lot of ways like seeing a lot of his own or inner conflict a lot of the things that we grew up hearing about from him but it was also the best example that I had had seen at the time of my ideal version of faith

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"There was an unaccountable sue NAMI of these gimmicky body swap movies in which two people we say bodies, rob. But that's a bit of a misnomer. It's usually a soul. Transference soul. Transference. One person's consciousness jumps abruptly into someone else's body. And they assume correctly similar exchange has happened to. So this is a good question. Is it a body swap or a soul swamp? What's? In most cases, we see a soul Trump, and we know that because the person's body remains were was freaky. Friday. Nineteen Seventy-six Jodie Foster sitting with her friend played by future. Dallas star. Charlene Tilton in some kind of they go to a diner before school eat ice cream. I don't know why this very clear memory. Freaky Friday starts, but suddenly Jodie Foster sitting with her friend, and she and her mom wish simultaneously. There's always some bizarre supernatural not explained cosmic mechanism that creates the body. Swap. While you have to be careful because people are always listening. Yeah. If someone wishes for the same thing at the same time as you apparently the universe will arrange for that thing to happen. Okay. I'm no bus listeners. Oh their way in the futures that we can't do anything at the same time. I'd be like I want them to wish something with me. But this is can't work. They it's not transferrable to the path and less there is some kind of four dimensional. All these wishful films are being administered by higher dimensional beings who can see through time and space if you could wish for something weirdly supernatural like that. What would you wish for definitely not the body swap because that often turns out to be more trouble than it's worth a lot of comic hijinks ensue lessons. Get learned if you could be thirteen again and live your life from thirteen to the present over. Would you? Alternate timeline. Ken. Yeah. Maybe do I lose everything. Now, though that is the premise of a body. Swap a Jason movie with Zach Ephron, Matthew Perry. I think called seventeen again. No, that's not the same tooth. It's what Peggy sue gun married. Kind of thing. That's your parents generation. But then you fly back to to your normal state. Right. You're always returned to the present you, correct? It's the the back to the future thing where you go back in time you solve a problem. And then your present it's always implicit in these moves that everything is going to go back to normal like, it's an episode of a sitcom, right? And that's because it does. So there's really not a whole lot of tension..

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"There was an unaccountable sue NAMI of these gimmicky body swap movies in which two people we say bodies, rob. But that's a bit of a misnomer. It's usually a soul. Transference soul. Transference. One person's consciousness jumps abruptly into someone else's body. And they assume correctly that a similar exchange has happened to. So we'll this is a good question. Is it a body swap or a soul swamp? What's? In most cases, we see a soul Trump, and we know that because the person's body remains were was in freaky Friday. Nineteen Seventy-six Jodie Foster sitting with her friend played by future. Dallas star. Charlene Tilton in some kind of they go to a diner before school eat ice cream. I don't know why this very clear memory. Freaky Friday starts, but suddenly Jodie Foster sitting with her friend, and she and her mom wish simultaneously. There's always some bizarre supernatural not explained cosmic mechanism that creates the body. Swap. While you have to be careful because people are always listening. Yeah. And if someone wishes for the same thing at the same time as you apparently the universe will arrange for that thing to happen. Okay. I'm no bus listeners. Oh their way in the futures that we can't do anything at the same time. I'd be like I want them to wish something with me. But this is can't work. They it's not transferrable to the path and less there is some kind of four dimensional. All these wishful films are being administered by higher dimensional beings who can see through time and space if you could wish for something weirdly supernatural like that. What would you wish for definitely not the body swap because that often turns out to be more trouble than it's worth a lot of comic hijinks ensue lessons. Get learned if you could be thirteen again and live your life from thirteen to the present over. Would you? Alternate timeline. Ken. Yeah. Maybe do I lose everything. Now, though that is the premise of kind of a body. Swap a Jason movie with Zach Ephron, Matthew Perry. I think called seventeen again. No, that's not the same problems two-three. It's what Peggy sue gun married kind of thing. So that's your parents generation. But then you fly back to to your normal state. Right. You're always returned to the present. That you correct. It's the back to the future thing where you go back in time you solve a problem. And then your present it's always implicit in these movies that everything is going to go back to normal like it's an episode of a sitcom, right? And that's because it does. So there's really not a whole lot of tension..

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Arizona, US and Trump discussed on Mac and Gaydos

Mac and Gaydos

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Arizona, US and Trump discussed on Mac and Gaydos

"And traffic now It is four thirty I'm Becky Lynn and, here's our top story Paul Manafort has been, found guilty of Bank, fraud and, tax fraud President Trump addressing the verdict. As he landed in Charleston West Virginia before, tonight's rally, doesn't, involve, me but I still feel you know it's a very sad thing. That happens this has

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Reagan's would-be assassin seeks unconditional release

WBZ Afternoon News

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Reagan's would-be assassin seeks unconditional release

"The man who attempted to kill former president Ronald Reagan is now asking a court for his unconditional release John Hinkley shot President Reagan in nineteen Eighty-one outside of. Washington hotel then twenty five years old he said he was trying to impress actress Jodie Foster, who had a role in the nineteen. Seventy six film taxi. Driver where Robert deniro character plots to. Assassinate, a presidential candidate, according to a court filing Hinckley's awaiting an examination from a mental health expert, to, evaluate whether. He poses any danger to the public if released

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"jodie foster" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

We Watch Wrestling

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling

"He was that was the best he ever was he was really fun wheelchair at one point yes that was the best he ever was that fucking run with sina like the that promo like all these people i see money your money all you people jeer you just money to me it's just fucking amazing for guy like that to leave like that getting booed and then go on to be in the biggest movie in the history of film the biggest moneymaker in the history of film that's just so fucking cool there's a great clip of jodi he's in the the movie with jodie foster that's celtel yeah crazy jenny slate i think community jenny slate and that is it she jodie foster's charlie days in it really this is some cast but jodie foster was on conan talking about it not conan from aaa conan o'brien yeah yeah i could tell burien i thought yes no no no no no no keep it in one hundred she was on keep it one hundred with conan o no no listen to me you'll you'll let me speak on odelay twenty elevens conan jason momoa caro that's when i got to meet you simone i bet fucking tone deaf this guy his favorite movies are robocop conan and total recall the remakes all of them he loves the remakes i'm vince mcmahon defensive one of those the robocop remake don't even don't even don't even defend it did you see it.

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Sun Country flight to Vegas forgets all passengers' luggage

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Sun Country flight to Vegas forgets all passengers' luggage

"Airline bringing a plane full of passengers to las vegas for got some important cargo abc sharon reed explains when sun country airlines flight one seventeen arrived in las vegas from minneapolis saint paul thursday night something was missing none of the luggage checked by the one hundred sixty eight passengers on board made the flight passengers got their luggage the following day sun countries says it's refunding baggage fees and offering a fifty dollar voucher this is abc news

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Air Force Arrests Fugitive Officer Who Evaded Authorities For 35 Years

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 3 years ago

Air Force Arrests Fugitive Officer Who Evaded Authorities For 35 Years

"Jodie foster action thriller hotel artists with christopher watson abc news thirty five years after william howard he's junior disappeared from kirtland air force base in new mexico where he had a top security clearance he's been found the air force office of special investigations said he was apprehended last week at home in california part of a probe in his false identity he's been charged with desertion he's being held at travis air force base in california thirty say there's no indication he leaked any classified information an airline bringing a plane full of passengers to las vegas for got some important cargo abc sharon reed explains when sun country airlines flight one seventeen arrived in las vegas from minneapolis saint paul thursday night something was missing none of the luggage checked by the one hundred sixty eight passengers on board made the flight passengers got their luggage the following day sun countries says it's refunding baggage fees and offering a fifty dollar voucher this is abc news komo news time is.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It looks like the love boat to me it had jodie foster debacle easter from guardians of the galaxy the big guy charlie day jenny slate jeff goldblum sterling k brown you can almost see them in the in the little circle all right so dopey and stuff that's done by maze runner that's done by hunger games all that stuff l a's running out of water so there's riots in the street and supposedly jodie foster runs this hotel that's private for emergencies only like only the criminals and the richest people in the world know about it so it's very much about the disparity between income so i don't know if you've seen but jodie foster has been making the rounds and all the chance to talk about this movie and she goes to great well it's actually it's funny to watch her talk about it because she says she's now at the stage in your career where she's now playing much older women is it that noticeable much you're shockingly noticeable being someone that has grown up with astor you're suddenly oh my god what do i look like now no she's always she's one of those actresses she she was now is it just it just i feel like again there was nothing new in this but but but it's definitely worth seeing for foster say that.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Who Charted

"Oh yeah and you know what only an hour and fifty minutes oh that's almost two it should be an hour thirty forty minutes it should know movies should be longer than a set at rolling loud music festival debut at number three breaking in breaking that how you wanted to spend your weekend woman sites to protect your family during a home invasion he's was that one with jodie foster escape or panic room panic group is that what this is this a scary movie two thrill hour and a half i mean there's a thousand movies right yeah this is their health their house or what's happening they get they get attacked in their house i think someone steals her kids i can't watch this their house yeah there's pictures is the house attacking them or i can't watch movies anymore about like kids dying to manda has the same problem it happened every hard movie where like a kid like it or whatever said come on i wasn't pregnant and i saw them mother when they hit kit when the baby's head pops off i thought it was funny but then when my baby was born i was like oh she so freshman howie i would never go see this else doesn't look bad it doesn't look campy enough to make us laugh it just kind of looks like a bore listen to neil young but you won't watch this even hey neil young to defend this warm in your you know how it's gonna end to how she's gonna fucking kill the guy okay.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"So do she just just what what to say say with with the the new name your character so you beaten to be harvard marv mine steen which are the jodie foster guys can i be young jodie foster the guy who didn't who didn't hire the i'm sorry i'm sorry i'm younger okay wait but first of all i need my system to legion san we're gonna eat a lead in on this so if you if you yeah but if i got name dominant donovan who knows it system here mike cabana boy donovan it's three what i don't know what's next on this right now we have macaulay culkin next so would you like to meet him now there was somebody else there was like a couple of kids that were pitching sort of a cat thing right i was on my phone i wouldn't i didn't catch their names what are your name sir i'm a young jodie foster okay and my name is harvey weinstein harvey weinstein and a young jodie foster here to pitch you something you ready for them now yeah thank you okay drink taxi driver no pellegrin right away yeah and five pellegrino's with three straws each gentlemen i'd like you to meet karen hi i'm karen hi jodie foster and it's hotline steam pleasure pleasure so carrying little out oh yeah all right you wanna take over my brother's a little more softspoken all right my brother the young jodie foster you had an animated project would just getting into animating here.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"But a first name i think of his like jodie foster has never worn a he'll probably not plus was a chea crutches yeah but i think there were fake i couldn't tell if that was entirely a bit or if she was on crutches and then was doing a bit to explain why in a funny way i didn't know if it was like oh we're gonna do raw physical comedy have jodie foster come out with crutches and blame it on meryl streep but she doesn't need them i didn't i didn't i don't care she's short you said what five what fivethree okay that's short yona's especially if general oren says were in heels and he is not jennifer lawrence man or affect water while human what a lady all right so next one this one is not sports but dopp you had mentioned that you wanted to talk about it because the roseanne reboot they did a commercial for it last night during oscars and you wanted to talk about it so go ahead i didn't watch roseanne i didn't either but i just feel like the recycling so many old show too many it's like all right so we've got fuller house right coming back will get roseanne coming back we've got early twirl girl meets world like there there are too many among girls yep will and grace will and grace like have we just run out of ideas to do just regular shows or we just living is this like the movie and tv show time of like bans going on that 10year nostalgic when we're we're going to play the albums when you liked us before you stopped listening could be that i dunno i hate it but then again i get i get it networks what a safe easy bet that's gonna make money because they're all freaking out that like tv is a thing right.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on My Black Friend

"Yeah its either alert yeah mark i let you already spoil it spoiling tightened 1995 john travolta quicks that art pulp fiction um i saw it i saw scar gate in the movie theater uh and then of ice we saw now the jodie foster valley where she was like raveena why that i'll it's like jodie foster i don't even know what that it either oh my god are now is great jodie foster is this checked it's like she's a raised in the wild and so the ideas essentially was a weird way for them to make a movie about somebody with her that's like mentally retarded but without doing that it's like arnaud she's just were dan talk because she was like raised in the weiler so like she'd be like people will be trying to talk to her and she just be like flailing or arms around to a chicken nampo nimit dear yeah it's hard zero laughter all day always use learn i swear go look up to now go it's jodie foster seemingly el al yeah yeah she was she's naked in a two if that helps anybody uh what i mean it hurt no yeah i'm not a big jodie foster is but i mean it's you know whatever uh oh and i saw i took a girl in on measured egg jodie foster we talk about will jodie foster eighth yeah yeah from like yet nineteen other i've now and and then then i will only treatment older grenade oh at old l old from back in the day um and then i heard i took a girl the movies an eighth grade and for valentine's day in the only thing we could get tickets to was mr holland's opus was now.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on Why I'm Not... with Brant Pinvidic

Why I'm Not... with Brant Pinvidic

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on Why I'm Not... with Brant Pinvidic

"Happen i've been really lucky and and i think i and i think at the end of the day if you actually have the goods you transition through it and people forget people forget jodie foster was struck a child star yes forget are starting to forget the justin bieber star there the he's like a legit amine is more than legit you know 'cause he's got the goods right so the the thing is if you have the goods and just survive it one day you you look back and you can talk about the teen idol years right so what advice would you give the standard question wounding invites you get if you knew there was a your view son something he was going to do was gonna make him famous the next day roof think what do you say to that kid to help him navigate that well what's at one of the things i like about the question is for those everybody out there watching listening if you have kids think about that person at at because it for me at extra first started fifteen to think about the that 15yearold in your life that old boy or the 15yearold girl and now imagine them world wide famous people breaking into the house in the middle of the night to try to jump in the bed think about them where think about that and you go i wouldn't wish that on my kid and so with your question i wouldn't wish it on my kid swai i dissuaded them for being actors until they were much much much older because it's it's hard enough to be an actor it's hard enough to be an artist but to start that young and you want to be successful so let's say you get successful and now you have to overcome the stigma of being a eighteen star it's it's it's one more more more sort of barrier we'll here's the thing that you had wig we've been saying you add a body of work that you were building building blocks of of sort of credible work to to fall back on into point on you know what would it be like if you're fame was kardashian ask or your fame was doing strange things on youtube or was we have nothing to fall back on so it's not sustainable right i mean and we're already seeing that it's like that the first generation.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on The Filmcast

"You cannot use for ten years and it turns back on in works senior labour services are fine and the battery was till the cool on the ozone as john siracusa tweeted this episode of black near posits a utopian world where network connected products continued to function a decade after their discontinued radio all right that's archangel not very good in and not because the direction by jodie foster worth a define it's it's really the strip level that this episode didn't work so okay let's move on to the third episode of the season crocodile a woman's past comes back to haunt her while and insurance gesture questions people about an accident with the memory machine and i should mention that the acts that she's she's questioning them with the memory machine about an accident which is by the way i think my favorite concept like tech concept of the season just like the way it works and the way construction the way it deals with like the fallability of memory and you're just like i'm gonna give you the song that you may have heard in maybe it'll make something work yeah that was super cool like the super bowl like not merely built up the premises great this is a great premise for like a procedural tv show right now i think it would be amazing uh as also especially with this uh the main character who i thought was pretty awesome to a degree in anger rise boro playing mia nolan in this while enterprise a but on the artist on talk about an inspector who armor hugging sorry bike your and sonia sour um she dies though an note news yet lethargy know gene.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

I Am Rapaport

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on I Am Rapaport

"My worse audition i have to say to this date was our redford jodie foster and i'm such norms such a stand far from the time when she was you know uh dealers taxi driver in a range of railways exuded like that at old soul so i'm reading and um i knew the words i up with who i was over paired i go up in there a mess up once that was it lost it drew a blank couldn't get it back nothing in front of jodie foster everybody in the room was like five people in their rooting for me at the same time i could tell in sowa she take your time oblige gave me no talk man sweating profusely i just i just laugh you knew you you just get together i knew it was like i'm not going to waste these people's time on outta here but i said to myself i will try my best at that never ever happens to me again ever you can't you can't you gotta go in there and like i used to go in there like literally like my mentality was like when i was younger and there would be other actors i literally would like envision myself as mike tyson like i'm in the holy i'm not saying we're not fighting the but i'm i'm like fighting myself i'm like i gotta go in there for you thought this actor and i'm talking about like you'd like everybody and like when i was younger like beautiful goes like every mother fuck can after was there fuck your mother i got the towel on i'm going into the ring smashed issue because it's such a pressurefilled thing is you know what i mean it is so so i have to say i have enjoy the majority of your performaces mike thinking seriously so many different you know.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Sea word silvester stallone his accuser has now filed a come a police complaint with the santa monica police department the alleged victim fall the report last month the incident occurred way back in the nineties no further information is available there there's now pressure on matt damon to be uh booted from the film ocean's japan's eight a based on his comments that he's made about sexual harassment and jodie foster little jodie foster said you know the from mile anibal akhter silence of the lambs and what was also susan taxi driver veterans extra rocket remember now anyway she said she knows who's to blame for a slew of sexual assault scandals in hollywood since the fall of producer harvey weinstein quote pretty much every man over the age of thirty she's blaming all men as you're saying it's it's not just a one socioeconomic bracket or one complexion pretty much every man over thirty house to really look and started thinking about their pardon i guarantee lots of it is unconscious when you've been in a privileged position where you haven't had a look at your part trucked be careful you didn't one hundred percent understand you were at a bubble it's an interesting time for men so we are all to blame now anybody's over thirty that will go everybody on this show is a is all the blame for the current sexual misconduct a cases uh again there are few men that might act like that for there are a lot more that are absolute gentleman and respect their wives or girlfriends their sisters their mothers and their coworkers and colleagues into paint with a broadbrush all men uh jodie foster who by the way does like man she likes women just throw him out there hey twenty nine dragomir i heard that no your heart.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Don't know it's it's it's it's complicated even for me wow and this is all happening on twitter all happening on the floor is because he disputes anything on twitter gas so now not only him anymore this year and just other things that he has said on twitter on my gosh here just really not the person i i mean here i am not looking at some of the work words sunday's work and judging name for their personal lie here's a here let me take as it tries to give them let me take this as far as the the whole selective outreach thing yeah i was watching a movie here let me just throw the saudi or because this is this is a maybe a a point to be made i was watching one of my favorite movies over when i was home alone i was kind of i didn't really watch a full movie if it was kind of going through some of my favorites in watching scenes on my apple tv when colonise gone one of my favorite movies that i watch in the spring usually is a movie called stealing home mm and it's a movie with a young mark harmon and a young jodie foster took place it was shot mike '86 or something it's a baseball movie jodie foster police's babysitter arming like the '60s uh and mark harmon when he was a boy jodie foster was her was his babysitter and she dies and leaves here her ashes to the adult mark harmon and he has to figure out what to do with they're it's actually a really beautiful movie i love it didn't do a lot of box office but it's a little obscure movies are like nanny who the i bring up this movie because one of the plot lines when they they flashed back to this you to mark harmon as a teenager in like the '60s and he's i think seventeen eighteen he's in high school with his body there it takes place on the east coast so they're like an and talk it or something i don't know and mark karremans best friend has up mrs robinson like affair this this this little town the town temptress has has sex with this with this teenager and it's presented in this very mrs robinson card away with funny motown music in and.

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"jodie foster" Discussed on WJJB Tech News

WJJB Tech News

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"jodie foster" Discussed on WJJB Tech News

"Anyways jodie foster moon jodie foster move ably giuliani director dirty foster as knell playing the doctor wizards science sciencefiction movie she was in the aliens is that the one they were on appliance of the land ams no taxi driver not contact conduct was god oh man nieto's like i could see her character from contact being fourteenth dr she also a a mother like she lost her daughter on a plane or something uh in a movie yemen with those terrible shouldn't both at home um but he had a dirty would a i think wrong sided about her she's i think she'll be agreed addition um and uh we'll we'll see what route they go definitely will be interesting to know more seats moffitt the out that's especially good point lead something that was brought up i i don't remember the the name of the gentleman he was the one that that was um i don't know if used the mean writer or the producer of broad church his creator crater brought church um coming over with um journey whitaker um to takeover steven multilateral a stephen moffitt is for those who don't know he also did uh is the the the show creator runner runner four um sherlock it's an hoping moving go focus on that i hope so although he want there's other stuff he's done if anyone has seen the end of that last up to sue reveal the last season's sherlock me or may not get.

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