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FTC Launches Inquiry Into Big Tech Antitrust Acquisitions - DTH

Daily Tech Headlines

04:46 min | 1 year ago

FTC Launches Inquiry Into Big Tech Antitrust Acquisitions - DTH

"These are the daily Tech headlines Tuesday February eleventh twenty twenty. I'm Sarah Lane the director of engineering at Google Google's everyday robots Max Braun unveiled a prototype e ink newspaper display called paper the buzzer lists thirty one point two inch black and white display downloads. A newspaper's the front page overnight. And then displays it on the screen. Peoper doesn't have any buttons or other ways to interact with the device a US district judge has ruled in favor of sprints grants twenty six billion dollar deal to merge with T. mobile which now only needs the California public utilities commissions approval to go forward attorneys general from a dozen states sought it to buck the deal arguing that combining number three and number four. US carriers would stifle competition and create higher prices for consumers. The company said that the merger would help them compete against. At and T. and verizon and building nationwide five G. Network more quickly a new Nielsen study shows that in the last three months of two thousand. Nineteen netflix accounted for thirty one percent of streaming two. TV's youtube second. With twenty one percent Hulu came in third with twelve percent and Amazon took eight percent other free and ad-supported offerings including offerings from Apple and Disney took a twenty eight percent chunk of Viewership Nielsen. Also reported that of overall. US video viewing on TV's streaming now mix up nineteen percent axios sources say. That snapchat is launching. New Tools and custom content are run mental health and wellness including a search function that surfaces health and wellness resources sources on subjects like depression suicide and anxiety. An example would be if a user typed the word anxiety into the search the snap series chill pill would surface along with episodes of other shows that show anxiety relieving videos snap is also said to be developing more original programming covering mental health issues in a constructive way the the group behind the big M. L. machine learning platform us some deep neural networks trained on factors that were considered best predictors of an Oscar winner. They used things like a film synopsis. US Other Award Show Nominations Film Festival prizes and more of the categories. Ed May predictions for it. Got Five right going against oddsmakers choices. Nine hundred seventeen seventeen and predicted. Once upon a time in Hollywood would win best picture. Those were not right. Parasite won the algorithm also predicted that the Irishman would win best adapted screenplay while all the oddsmakers favored Joe. Joe Rapid The oddsmakers one that one as well the algorithm also got best director. Wrong apple has joined the fast identity online or fido reliance which seeks to develop and promote stronger authentication standards than passwords other members include Amazon facebook Microsoft and Simpson was support for the alliance's universal universal. Second factor open standard chrome fire Fox edge and opera browsers all natively support Youtube F. and thirteen point. Three Safari also supports Fido to to complaint physical security keys like you key the Washington Post and German public broadcaster. ZDF OBTAIN CIA documents that say Swiss encryption firm Crypto A. G. was secretly formerly owned by the CIA and a classified partnership with West German intelligence and sold rigged devices to foreign governments to spy on messages messages that users thought were encrypted clients included Iran India Pakistan Iraq Nigeria Saudi Arabia Syria and the Vatican Swiss is info reports that the Swiss government has officially opened an investigation into Crypto A. G. and at the general export license for Crypto devices has been suspended until open questions have been clarified. Clarified Microsoft announced that based on feedback. It's reversing its plan to auto install and Microsoft search extension for office three six five pro plus customers using chrome which would have changed users. Default search engines to being Microsoft originally said that this would help customers use Microsoft search and being Internet search capability which requires being to be the default. Finally the Federal Trade Commission has requested information from Alphabet Amazon Apple facebook and Microsoft about mergers that were too small Malta. Report to anti-trust agencies the companies are asked to provide terms scope structure and purpose for each transaction made between January first twenty ten and December thirty first one thousand nine hundred nineteen the also asked to provide details on post acquisition integration product development and pricing as well as how data was treated the. FTC says. The request was part of the study of the issue of companies buying potential competitors to reduce competition. The results of the study are intended to inform future policy More discussion of Tech News of the day subscribe to daily Tech News. Show DOT com. You can find notes and links to all headlines there as well. I'm Sarah Elaine. Thank you for listening. Talk to you next time.

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Behind The Screen Presents: 2020 Academy Awards Crafts Guide

Behind The Screen

22:42 min | 1 year ago

Behind The Screen Presents: 2020 Academy Awards Crafts Guide

"Welcome to a special Oscar week episode of teachers behind the screen. I'm Caroline Georgina and joining me today. Today's my colleague Scott Feinberg senior awards analysts that the Hollywood reporter. Thanks for joining us today. We're going to be looking at the crafts categories in advance of Sunday's Academy Awards. It's certainly been an unpredictable season and certainly in feature animation. That's been due. In large part to the first appearance of of Net flicks they released. Its first original animated feature production Klaus this year and they additionally acquired. I lost my body. The French film right after after can which has been a big factor in this category Scott. What are your thoughts on? Basically the services impact on the category. Well it seems like it's been significant for a first year in the game. I mean they totally took over the Annie Awards which are given by the people who actually work in that segment of the industry and Klaus was the big Gwynne with seven including best animated feature I lost my body. One three including best independent animated feature and Toy Story. How to train your dragon and missing link where all shutout which the other three nominees in this category which is kind of incredible when you think about the fact that probably most the people in the animated side of the industry have have worked or currently working at either Disney Pixar or dreamworks animation and? They somehow didn't vote for any of their own stuff. But it's also been all over the map in other ways to golden globe went for missing link which granted. It's a small voting buddy but that's pretty incredible. People that went cloud the want to close and meanwhile frozen to hoping to follow in the footsteps of frozen which one here like five six years ago. Oh doesn't even get nominated so it's a very hard category to figure out this year. I think the way the most people are reading it. Is that toy story for probably just maybe. On the basis of the familiarity with the franchise will ultimately eke it out. But I'm not sure I see I wouldn't be totally shocked if if something else came in and one but but I think the elimination of frozen to energy kids movie is in large part again due to the appearance of Netflix. Absolutely it's been nine months since I used every ounce of my influence to get you into the Royal Postal Academy actually nine months and six days. But WHO's counting. What croutons come on? And shall we take account of your progress then Definitely saw geant Yasser shorting violent total Taylor Karen aveling spoke performance transport fragile merchandise off the slightly easier to predict I think is our next category achievement in cinematography. The nominees are the Irishman Joker. The Lighthouse House one thousand nine hundred seventeen and once upon a time in Hollywood and all indications seem to suggest that Roger Deacons is going to win his second Oscar and three years for nineteen in seventeen. Yeah probably the safest of the entire night. It's it's a movie. That itself will probably win best picture but regardless you know the driving force behind that movie clearly. One of the Kennedy's favorite movies of the year is the visuals. And the and the notion that it's all basically done in one shot which was is also the case with less complicated shoot I think but Birdman just a few years ago wins best picture investments. RV I think will likely see the same something here and it's just kind of Nice that deacons after having to wait decades to get one is now rightly you know. They're starting to make up for lost time. He probably should have sex by right. Well certainly looks like two on Sunday. Come Sunday and speaking of the impact on nineteen seventeen. We're going to move onto production design and and the nominations here Irishman. Joe Rabbit nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite now last weekend we saw nineteen seventeen. Win The BAFTA in production design but If we look at the art directors guild awards which Rosso last weekend we saw once upon a time in Hollywood when the period film category and we saw parasite take the contemporary film category. I'm in the last five years Twice the period film went onto win. The Oscar occur twice. The fantasy film. Category winner went on to win the Oscar and once we saw the winner of the art directors guild contemporary film. Take Take the Oscar trophy. What do you see happening this year? Well I don't put that much stock. In things. Like the art directors guild only because art directors or production designers seiners themselves account for such a small percentage of the overall academy and so I think with some categories like this where most the academy doesn't even understand the craft that they're are being asked to evaluate. It's often a coat tail category and they just vote for the movie. They like most which would suggest that the BAFTA result of nine hundred seventeen could be repeated. Good and I kind of think it will the trenches and the whole recreation of no-man's-land and the bombed-out buildings were one. That was done very well. But it's it's GonNa be neck and neck. I would guess with once upon a time in Hollywood which essentially recreated nineteen sixty nine Hollywood boulevard in an incredible way along with with other things like the Spahn ranch and and just did a great job and sort of has the added advantage of just kind of picking it in the style of voters who remember that that time period. And it's sort of like watching that world be recreated so I've heard a lot for a number of the nominees in that category I- anecdotally. I've heard the most from once by the time in Hollywood would but my kind of instinct here is that it could be nineteen seventeen tennis counselor. I lean toward once pun and hyman Hollywood but I think this is a tricky one to predict also at the director's guild. The one that actually received the most applause was parasites whether you go as you pointed out. It's a small branch asphalt branch but I mean parasite in a completely objective world. Might well deserved to win. Because if you think about the two houses the contrasting houses of the rich and the poor people in that movie are so central to the story we see every little nook and cranny of the dump that the poor family lives in and the mansion. The rich people live in. Apparently the poor people's house was built along with the entire neighborhood on in a tanks. That's right I I mean people just watching the movie would not know that but it's pretty incredible and certainly as up there as In terms of being impressive as any of these others I don't want no bronco. Buster Hanmi that fifty thousand dollars. I want the old man himself. Murdoch Lancer put fifty thousand dollars in my lap. Little picture down a well. You got that Dustin Hi Matic. Let's move onto the sound categories. We have sound editing and sound mixing These are two categories. But as you first reported in the Hollywood reporter there is some discussion about potentially attention emerging those two. What are you hearing right now? I do believe that those categories will end up getting merged. I think that they will go to great efforts to convince the sound community Freddie and probably correctly so that they will still have both of people that work in both of those areas recognized. So let's say nineteen seventeen wins in that that category had if categories have been unified. This year you would have both sound editors and sound mixers nominated and recognized for that but you know they don't don't make things easy on themselves that branch when they nominate almost all or all of the same films in both categories because it suggests that even they are not making much of a distinction between the two crafts or it just creates that parents which then we go to the full academy and ask them to vote which are more than ninety percent of the rest of the academy is outweighing the sound people in making a decision about the winner and most of them. Don't have any clue what the difference is. What sound editing is? What sound mixing is what the differences is between the two so? I think it's something that is more justifiable than just doing what the academy tried to do. Last year when they were talking about booting categories off the air. You know no this is not a matter of sync. Sound isn't important. It's just a matter of saying our voters should understand what they're voting for. What would you point out about? The roles is very important because I think if they merged the categories. You still have to keep you know I e the re recording mixers on the ballot on if that changed That would be very big conversation right now. Certainly certainly within the branch. I'm hearing arguments for and against the move. So it seems like Bill Maher discussion about it this year with regard to where these two categories stack up at this year of four of the five or the same so ford versus Ferrari joker nine thousand nine hundred seventeen and once upon a time in Hollywood or nominated in both categories the fifth nominee for sound editing is star wars the rise of Skywalker and the fifth nominee in sound mixing is ad Astra. What do you think your well well? I'm hearing primarily Ford versus Ferrari or nineteen seventeen in both categories. I think that makes sense in the in the sense that they're very oral A. You are Ale experiences with the car racing of course zooming and rooming and all of that with the cars there and I guess the recent precedent. Listen for that kind of thing would be mad Max Carey road which one but then you've got a war movie in one thousand nine hundred with bullets and explosions and bombs and all of that and Dunkirk one two years so you know and many other war films of them. Same I mean nine hundred seventy S. Probably the stronger bet in the sound mixing category where it also Hacksaw Ridge had a surprise win a couple of years ago and So even when a war movie hasn't won both. It's one sound mixing recently but Mike Hunch based on recent history where we've seen in in eight of the last thirteen years the years in which both of these categories have had five nominees. They've agreed on winner because most people again not being able to make a distinction vote for the same for both and so I'm guessing it will be nineteen seventeen for both but I also would not be surprised if it's forty Ferrari for both. I think people are just going to go with one film. In both categories. I agree with you and I think it will be one of those teams and just for some background for everyone. One thousand nine hundred seventeen won the BAFTA for sound and that is one category the cinema audio society which represents a sound mixers gave their top oppa worked afford versus Ferrari. Yeah I guess one asterisk though about the cinema audio society. Nominations is that they were announced before nineteen seventeen was screening widely and so who knows how that affected it standing with that group and then third one motion picture. Sound Editors Golden Reel Awards. They actually split the top two awards for versus Ferrari sorry was honored for effects and Foley and one thousand nine hundred seventeen four dialogue. Eighty are well. Thanks for helping clarify the situation the second due to attack the line shortly after tomorrow they have no idea what their info and we call woman as a parting gift. The enemy cuddle telephone lanced. What's your orders to get to the second? A quasi would one mile southeast of the town of Acoust- deliver this to Kinda Mackenzie. There's a direct order to call off to Monica time. If you don't it will be. A massacre will in at least the last three years the to sound categories went to the same film that also won the film editing category. So why don't we do that one here. We have forty Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rapid Choker OCHRE and parasite yeah. I guess the reason that we won't be potentially seeing that trend continue this year is that nineteen seventeen which may well win. Both sound categories is not even nominated for the film editing category for very obvious reasons. There's not any obvious editing in it I guess. The Film Editors Branch of the Academy the editing eating branch if anyone should appreciate the fact that there actually was some subtle editing there by Lee Smith to create the appearance that it was all done one shot but regardless they found that five other films were you know more impressively edited and I think that of those for versus Ferrari is the likely winner here because it's sort of the most obviously apparent editing to somebody who doesn't even necessarily know much about editing. It's very fast paced cutting just like recent winters Bourne Ultimatum Growth Dragon Tattoo whiplash and on and on so it is interesting that the American Cinema Editors chose more subtle work to honor in Joe Rabbit parasite and those were best edited comedy and best ended traumatic teacher respectively. But yeah I mean it's so it's it's sort of all over the place but I think that again in because the vast majority of people voting are not necessarily editing specialists. What I'm hearing from voters or things like the Irishman could've used more editing? It's not necessarily nuanced analysis of editing. It's just saying like did the movie field tight. Did it feel like the editing was was something I noticed and for that it would be for nothing about my trunk. And you look Portmanteau. You're holding the sixty two edition of the NCAA. You can stick this stick with the some pain seems to be the problem. BILLION IS I guess no he really. Bill isn't doing my job bill bill in my experience there is listen to me something like this. There's always a middle ground right. Kens add a line. I understand you. Are you know how he gets on Race Day. Let's move onto makeup and hairstyling. Styling we have bombshell joker Judy Melissa. Seven and nineteen seventeen now here. The big winner at the guild awards was bombshell which collected three trophies. And Joker one one at that event and then bombshell additionally won the BAFTA. What our thoughts here this is to me? One of the most interesting categories the whole night. Because you have to go back. Twenty two years to find an example of a non best picture nominee beating a best picture nominee in this this category. The only thing that's different though this year is that they've expanded the category from three to five slots which means that. Perhaps that rule is no longer as relevant and a movie that is nominated this year like nineteen seventeen or joker which are best picture. Nominees would not have been if it was just three. But because I and many people think the winner is likely to be bombshell And if not bombshell than Judy again both movies that take a an actress performer And turn them into a well-known other celebrity the fact that the stats are so against that is a little disconcerting hurting and and I think might make some people tempted to pick either nineteen seventeen again as part of a sweep or joker but I personally. I can't imagine those beating bombshell. Where if there's one thing anyone's talking about it is the incredible transformation of Charlotte's there on into Meghan Kelly's but but twenty two years is quite a bit of history to bet against? That's very true. But there's definitely been as you said a lot of attention on that transformation and the prosthetics artists behind that one this category two years ago for transforming Gary Oldman into Winston Churchill darkest hour. Why didn't Gretchen quit and sue instead of only after she got fired? Why didn't she complain? Why didn't she complain really? He means the anonymous hotline. I did the harassment seminar twice. I never heard about a Holland because it's bullshit. They have a contractual right to monitor. Communications hotline in this building is like a complete bucks occupied Paris. It's like retelling women. Go on. Speak up for yourself just know the entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Let's go to another one that I think is very tough to call. which is the visual effects category? So we have Ventures and game the Irishman the lion king nineteen eighteen seventeen and star wars rise of skywalker. Now here nine thousand nine hundred seventeen won the BAFTA and at the visual Effects Society Awards Lion King in one three trophies including the top award for visual effects and Irishman one two including supporting visual effects In the last ten years years five years the winner of the top award which is lying king in this case Won The Oscar and twice the supporting category began the winner. There was Irishman. Richmond won the category up but this is a tough one to call. What do you think I mean? It's rare that a film would win. I think this award without really showing up in any other category which I believe is the situation with the Lion King. I think it has happened with something like X.. Makina which was a shocker. A few two years ago I am reluctant to pick the lion king because I don't believe it's a movie that a ton of Academy members responded to in any major way yet. What what do you go for the winter? They're very few instances in history in this category as well where a nominee that is a best picture nominee also has lost to a film. That wasn't and I think there's like to ever where that's happened. And that would suggest that Avenger should not be thought of as as the one to beat another thing. That would suggest that all nine prior marvel movies nominated in this category lost including two with word of vendors in their title actually the last time a superhero movie one the category was actually two thousand and four Spiderman too. So you have to go back way because again it's like yes. It's a visual effects category. Where if the visual effects community was voting they would probably pick movies? That aren't necessarily Oscar Bait in other areas but the visual effects community in the academy the percentage of people in the academy who are visual effects. Experts is not big and so that's why personally I would be more more inclined to pick one of the best picture nominees where you've got one thousand nine hundred seventeen and the visual effects. Certainly were part of making it. Look like a one shot film or the Irishman even though it's reverse aging is very polarizing and so it's a very tough one to call and I think that the picks are going to be all over. The place is that Frank. Hi Frank because Jimmy Hoffa. Let's meet you glad to meet you too. Even if it's over over the phone I heard you paint houses. Yes yes I do I do and I I also don't incompetently that. Do you have any comments. You want to make any of the other categories. What's your best picture pick? Well like most people. I've ultimately familly broken for nine hundred seventeen just because every bit of data and information that we have right now suggests it's the favorite in the sense that the only other place that uses a preferential ballots pick best picture is the producers guild and they went for nine hundred seventeen the directors guild which is actually the most historically consistent assistant predictor of best picture went for Sam Mendis from nine hundred seventeen. You Know Bafta Golden Globe critics choice. It's one everywhere without the preferential French ballot. But we have to remember that the academy is a group that is unlike any other in the sense that it's more international which could play to the advantage of parasite where people are. I'M NOT GONNA be as weirded out as they once were when they had to consider subtitled films. You've got once upon a time in Hollywood which certainly plays right right to the base of the Hollywood contingent of the academy and so very hard to call. But if you're just trying to play it safe which is what you know predictors should probably do. I think you would have a hard time. Not Picking nineteen seventeen W I'm slightly leaning toward nineteen seventeen for the same reasons that you just mentioned but I also think we could see some surprises on Sunday. I know I mean imagine if they call you know Joe Joe Rabbit or something which I don't think is going to happen but it's just there is it's virtually impossible. It is impossible to game out the preferential ballot where we should explain to people that when they expanded the best picture category to include possibly having more than five films in a in a year. This was eleven years ago after the snub of the dark night. What they also wanted to do is make sure that the winner of best picture isn't one that can win when the vast majority of academy members don't even like it so imagine a situation with like tree tree of life in a year with ten nominees? That is a movie. That was very polarizing a handful of people that really loved it which were enough to get nominated nominated but there are a lot of people. I would argue more. Who wanted nothing to do with it? And yet if you just had a straight out vote it's possible that if the others all split the vote that could have won so what they're looking to do by having their members rank all of their best picture choices and then counting it through a preferential system is to make sure that your number two your number three votes may well also count in a close race and that the winner is at least something something most academy members at least can live with as opposed to one that they're gonNA flip out angrily about so you know it's trying to figure out almost almost what is the least objectionable movie of the lot. Scott thank you so much for joining us thank you for having me and just a reminder to our listeners after the authors will be taking taking a few weeks off and then we'll be back with new episodes. Thanks for listening.

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GO  O     GL   E  Break it up? SpaceXs other cloud. P&Gs 15-year best.

Snacks Daily

18:32 min | 7 months ago

GO O GL E Break it up? SpaceXs other cloud. P&Gs 15-year best.

"This is nick. This is Jack this is snacks daily it is Wednesday October twenty first smackers. At the time of this recording, we are hours from the stimulus deadline imposed by Nancy Pelosi, and it looks like there is new deal Jack No deal. Yeah. Despite news of no economic stimulus coming before the presidential election. Yeah. Stocks rose yesterday stocks, Rose Jack when it rains it pours that to apparently. We should say that today's turns out. This is also like our best next daily. We've ever done way better than yesterday's for our first story. The United States of America versus Google we're talking the biggest anti monopoly cases. Tamagotchi. Was a thing for our second story SPACEX wants to colonize Mars, but it starting with a thousand tiny satellites orbiting the earth and now Microsoft is the official cloud provider. Of Outerspace Real Cloud. Third by those stories procter and gamble's earnings are a window into those shelves behind the bathroom. Mirror. What do you call is? They called of medicine cabinet but I got hair. Gel. PG calls it their best sales quarter in fifteen years it's knackers before those three stories movie theaters aren't Batman in this blockbuster movie theaters are an open and even if they weren't, there's no movies tha theater. That's why we're impressed by movie theaters to corona economy pivots jacket. I noticed the first big one here repurpose popcorn. That's right. Movie theaters have buckets of. Popcorn so much which when popped becomes like a small mountain of popcorn turns out some local movie theaters are packing up those tubs of said, popcorn extra melted butter tossed on top, and then they're doing curbside pick a curbside popcorn from a movie theater sounds pretty tasty. But the second pivot we noticed for movie theaters is that they need cash fast but they can't. Call J. G. Wentworth. Why AMC theaters is letting you rent out an entire movie theater for yourself. Yes for ninety nine dollars no joke ninety, nine bucks you and up to twenty people get to choose the film had the whole sticky theater to yourself sounds incredible. But we suggest you round down the number of people in the air to a covert friendly like five. Boy You're probably just going to stay home. Now we're not fans of wasting any pop and we do love somehow shaking Christopher Nolan Dobie surround sound situation Jack I almost lost an ear during inception Pete Townsend went deaf because he's a Christopher Nolan fat but snacker is if you're staying home to watch Joe Rapid which he should it's a great great Phil Grab A. Tub of Popcorn from your local movie theater and if you WanNa Watch Mad Max fury road and really experience the fury. You can draw ninety nine dollars a booked a place for you and your covert Fam. It's almost lost the second year extra credit to this knacker who sends us a pick of either of those two things happen at robinhood snacks through. Stores. Soon. Daily. Snacks about. Food is can't they don't reflect the views of her family stolen. Recommending any securities it's not a research report or investment advice to offer or sale of security tasks. Next digestive business video. Financial LLC member FINRA SLASH PC. Four our first story, the first big tech giant just got sued for being a big tech giant. Google is the first and facebook Amazon could be next and Jack and are looking at this. This comes after like a year of issuing subpoenas an investigating, and ironically googling on Google all about Google I. Hope they did an incognito browser. Now, a bunch of attorneys general have finally made their Jack that is the best plural and the game attorneys-general doesn't get any better. You Got Geese Yup. HIPPOPOTAMI got attorneys-general. Yes you do and that's why the United States of America and eleven states have teamed up verse. Google LLC. This is the first major government case against in alleged monopoly since Microsoft Yeah Way. Back. In Nineteen Ninety, Yeah Jack the big. Crime against humanity and ninety eight windows. Ninety Eight, nineteen ninety eight great ear for the New York. Yankees it was bad year for Microsoft incorporate now snacker the allegation here is that Google been acting like a monopoly and that's harmed you it's hard. It's harmed your mom it's not fair. Tides have turned though nick against Google do you remember the movie the internship who was adorable so charming great laugh out loud moments but took a while to get into Google's were young Superman and Superman China change the world for the good now Vince Vaughan. Thank boss's boss is getting charged with the top corporate crime, the key distinction of this lawsuit against Google. Being monopoly is legal true and we shouldn't punish companies for their success case in point look it google its products have a fantastic user experience. You're probably on them right now they're free they have tons of complimentary services that works seamlessly together like a Beautiful Philharmonic Orchestra you've got your crawl price you got your phone browser you guy your android thinking in a way that only jacks poetry and that last line could describe your google patents cheese steak. On a computer and the directions pop up on your iphone, it's incredible and the reviews confirmed that it's better than Gino's cheese steaks. Now, snack irs what is illegal is engaging an anticompetitive N. exclusionary practice. That's exactly what the government has accused Google of do. Yeah. We're looking at the numbers here are Chaco Google owns give or take about eighty percent of all Internet search I don't work in the Justice Department now that feels like a monopoly like. To do too much rounding on our one, eighty percent domination of online search isn't illegal in of itself. No. But acting like a monopoly that is what is illegal and here's where Google has crossed the line according to the government they're using their massive size to buy up the competition and to preserve their dominance. I mean look the competition or Google's main search competition. Honestly. Is it's youtube which Google conveniently acquired back in two thousand six moving on exhibit be here. The biggest online ads competition for Google is probably bill maybe doubleclick all areas because Google acquired them in two thousand seven that's in the past but snacks let's look to the future what's going on there? Jack they're still using their massive size to become the default Internet search browser. Everywhere. A device is living google is paying apple billions of dollars to become the default search on iphones and Google already owns all those android to with that kind of dominance no search or online ad competitor startup has a chance of cracking through customer. This is like the Hawks and D. One. So Jack, what's the takeaway for buddies over at Google? Big Tech monopolies are unlike other monopolies because they actually save US money snatchers by Jack this fasting the key thing the government needs to. Prove is that the Google monopoly actually harms you and me now when big chicken cartel collude on price, the harm nick is very clear to you and me we've seen this play out in real life big chicken companies raised prices chicken mcnuggets start costing more Google is free to you and me. So the harm that Google has on consumers is much less obvious. That's why the government's going to have to strategically argue that we suffer from a lack of innovation in online search because of. Google and they're going to argue that businesses suffer from the high price of online ads and let's be honest. Businesses probably can't get discovered by customers without Google's online. After making that case, then the government is going to want some structural changes to come about splitting off youtube or the chrome browser that Google owns into separate company, and then of course, the x factor here is that the election result in a whole new attorney general because politics is driving this thing anyway, this case is. Probably. Going to be in the courts for years epic, but the seal has been broke big tax. Now playing defense against DC four, our second story PNG proctor and gamble just reported their biggest global sales increase in you know fifteen years, their earnings report is a mirror into the shelf behind the mirror in your bats Agassi I jumped into this snacks down the first thing we noticed this thought this was this was too good not to include unlike the first page of their earnings deck. PG or first of themselves as quote unquote constructive disruption bit of Data Uber. Fast. But we're careful not to break in. But if we break anything, we've got products that can clean it up. Proxy clean it up. So we look for procter and gamble's earnings report because it's like stepping into the family home of America let us list off the all-star lineup here. You got tied Pampers Bounty always or ob. On all by PNG, these are all brands owned by procter and gamble and we call it the ASPIRATIONAL boomer, pantry? Jack. This should be like a fantasy league. We can like play with all these household items he got. He got he got well, these are all like thirty points per game. All Stars these are high end brand. Now, the big question that Jack and are asking what we jumped into this thing is so like what does the American home look like seven months into corona virus because P. and G. Basically tells us. In a word, it looks different. It does look a little different. Let's go Should we go section by Section Department by Department Jack Let's kick it off with the beauty department. We're sales proctor and gamble jumped by seven percent compared to last year full disclosure Jack? And I were Kinda shocked because you're not going out you're not putting on as much blush think you'd think but we also have extra hours at home because we're not commuting and we're not doing anything socially with friends. He can do that deep pore cleansing treatment that's. Been in the back of your pants also full disclosure and I have very depor zero k saying there's deep, but they're not wind second department grooming Oral Care Yeah interesting situation here because it was actually flat for the grooming and Oral Care Division One part of it was really up one part of it was really down see-saw turns out America is brushing their teeth bar. They are rock electric toothbrush sales apparently up fifteen percent also full disclosure jack and I brush before, and after the podcast turns out though grooming of your face. And shaving of your face is down for both men and women yet we're looking at pretty much everyone out there. Yeah. Everyone's kind shaving less all you suckers grooming in. Harrow mobile down we are hairier nation but the star of this entire earnings report was the home care department over at proctor and gamble P. and G. homecare sales jumped by thirty percent in for company as giant as proctoring able. That is a gigantic jump from the previous year. Jack. Thank you for sprinkling some context. On this thing we're talking about their brands like. Mister Clean Febreeze also surges in demand again, after the previous court for the pandemic, your house may have experienced like two days of dust creation per week 'cause the other five days you're in the office. Now you got little Jimmy Zoom school on his way through fifth grade over from the living it's Friday. You look over you have an inch of accumulation on the top of the armoire. So Jack what's the takeaway for our buddies over at proctor cleanliness has moved from fad to trend. I was really hoping that would run stack new overdoing. We covered proctor and gamble sales. You may remember just a few months ago and they jumped earlier this year and that was annexed Gino hoarding just your usual hoarding that happened in the spring. We had no idea what covid nineteen was all about now. So we bought a forty pack of Mister Clean for the bunker just in case why not but even as the economy is up since then this lady's earnings show the P. and G. thinks demand for cleaner related goods has only risen more proctor and gamble 'cause this a sustained focus on home cleaning, which is very good for the sustained prophets proctor and gamble. Interesting Kicker? Jack. And I noticed is that hygiene is such a priority right now that sales of. Basic generic private label brands like walgreens detergent. Those are actually down a little bit. That's right. You're splurging on the snooty tied option because you really like your family and you're gonNA, pay more for, and that's what's so different about this recession than any other recession we're saving money but not traveling and doing entertaining things but were splurging top shelf toothpaste for our third and final story the. Next. Big Update in the Consumer Space Race Is Jack The honors Microsoft is partnering with Elon Musk's SPACEX soom for intergalactic cloud connectivity because let's say you're trying to get a handle on this space business situation. Basically, there are three main players you gotta know who are focused on the consumer side of space. The first is burgeon galactic excuse me Sir Virgin Galactic sorry to offend you Virgin. Richard Not, is he a snare I think he's a snacker is the head of his publicly traded company, which has a big bold division for consumers a five minute vacation in orbit for two hundred, thousand dollars on space missions. As Great. If you are Sir Richard Branson, the second up is blue origin owned by Jeff bezos. They see a future where we can extract raw materials from foreign planets from like asteroids. That's what they're doing in space. Maybe. They're going to dabble in some like space ecommerce kind of thing is the idea there i. think it's safe to say that will be included with any prime membership within the third and final consumer focus based company here is space x the artist formerly known as space exploration owned and CEO by Elon Musk. Their short term goal is shuttling stuff up into space for NASA and their long term goals very casual colonize. Mars. There's a long. Long term goal is to clone Elam Musk to become the president of Mars. But in the meantime, we'll all going down. All three of these consumer focused based companies are pretty far from those goals. So they're doing the next best thing stargazing constellations. That's the near term business focus of these three space companies not the big dipper Orion's belt constellations. We're talking human-made tiny satellites that orbit the earth and space x is kind of leading here they're. Developing a cast of them, they've got like eight hundred is the goal right now are going to beam down Internet remote parts of the Earth. The US government is also interested now for Internet, but to detect military missiles shot from one part of the planet so that they can quickly respond and hopefully save lives. So if you're SPACEX, how do you ensure that your new Internet beaming satellites don't collide with the US? Army's missile tracking moon ironically. Ironic because there's no cloud in outer space. nope. You'RE GONNA need to track all this data and all this movement with a cloud system which Microsoft happens to provide down here on earth which brings us to yesterday's news. Microsoft is teaming up with spacex to manage all of spacex his information through its cloud. So if you're Microsoft and the situation you're thinking of some of your investments hopefully, they're short term payouts for yourself. This one though is long-term. It gives Microsoft chance to become like the Google of outer space in two. Years, Yeah Post, Mars colonization. So Jack, what's the takeaway far buddies over at spacex the more things change the more things stay the same straight at Il. Gatto party who is number one and number two when it comes to cloud service rivals here on planet or Ding Ding Ding Ding, Ding Amazon Microsoft we've got a creek answering the back now jack who also just announced they had launched their own cloud initiative in space only a few months ago Amazon dead and now Microsoft is smackers the barriers to actually entering the space. Industry Like staggeringly high good luck launching a satellite propulsion start up from kickstarter road five dollars, and we'll pull your name on the Turbo blaster. Just one hundred dollars more everybody. We've reached our goal as a result of that Jack and I have noticed that the same tech companies dominating here on earth already have the major headstart when it comes to space. What we see down here we're already seeing. Way Up There Jack in your whip up the takeaways for us over there Google just got the biggest antitrust government lawsuit since Microsoft in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, it's gonna be really hard to prove consumers are hard but the Antra CEO, it's been a broken according to proctor and gamble sales earnings report we become the United States of a little hairier than before corona virus and Home Kuni isn't A fad it is a trend for a third of story. SPACEX. Needs a cloud provider for their space satellite Yeah Amazon Microsoft same options down here on her constellations. Now time for our snack factor today which James From Cambridge Massachusetts apparently knew we were gonNA cover space today impressively well, James's kind of showing off his mit degree because space according to James is an infinitely expanding space but that's Not. All apparently space is also vacuum I know what you're thinking what's vacuum since it's a vacuum there is no medium through which sound can travel through. It is entirely silent in space the takeaway to our buddy james from Cambridge mass spaces both infinitely expanding and entirely silent that sounds terrifying. The extra takeaway throw in the word medium whenever you can it will make you sound so much more technical. snacker if you want to help snacks daily that help us grow drop review right on Apple Scroll down gives five stores or click follow on spotify in the meantime you all look tastic Jack See tomorrow and before we go. Congrats to Angelo graduating with a computer science degree over in Bari Italy where my family's from Angelo for some Martell SAM is Tom. I? Say That's right. Nick drop. The Oh got to island. It's a long story. It's a long story and big shoutout to the warn family. Who Snacks in the car on the way to school from San Francisco California and Congrats Joey and Melanie. Engage over queens and happy birthday to Danny Dan. Hsu from Portland Oregon and to Marina Cheji in Lawrenceville Georgia and CJ from Santa Barbara, California and ill dot com in Northville Michigan and Ellie Howard from Greenville. South. 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On Demand EXTRA - Joey Bradfisch has COVID-19, and the great crab rangoon shortage!

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On Demand EXTRA - Joey Bradfisch has COVID-19, and the great crab rangoon shortage!

"Hey what's up. It's either before or after the new year and joey fish tested positive for covid nineteen. And how are how are you joey. You've made it all the way through the year and then this happened. I know i know. I really haven't even done anything. The past few excel. That's just great. That i was able to contract the corona virus without doing anything outside or fun. Yeah i mean. I don't know how i got. It went to work. Then you went to christmas and then that's it no. I actually didn't go to christmas. Because i had run of shit so you missed. I didn't okay. Well let's get into it. I don't have the. Jj centered action again all this role through with the how to become a terrible person. Intro tight land. Grants are not medical or mental health professionals how to become a terrible person is for entertainment purposes only standard data and message rates apply to messages democrat. Have some common sense people. Hey what's up and welcome to. It's not how to become terrible person. Starring julie radish today. Joey hey So we we made a lotta light out of the coronavirus. When this whole thing started we did denway. and now it's ten months later And you you have the cove in nineteen i do. I have the covid. Nineteen and i want to give a special shout out to To your voice guy rob hunter. That opened the podcast here because he He to me as i was doing. Yeah he he he he said. Hey i heard your boys sick you know if you need help in. The gingy enriches slummy. No no actually. It was funny. Because i think he. That's he's the nicest person ever i know would you you know he's a he's a tough news guy you don't expect that it's it's It just sucks when people are that nice because you know. You're not that nice. So joey win win and where how did all like wind did you know or and we're like oh fuck i think i have cove in nineteen. I'll give you the whole thing. Give you the whole thing here. So christmas eve christmas eve i went into the studio to run the show Nobody was there went home after the show took a nap and Got ready for christmas eve. Christmas eve i was going to have My mother-in-law and her husband and chanel sister and her boyfriend and that was it. We're going to. Have you have some steaks and celebrate christmas eve together and we did what what cut of steak. This is important for the listener. Come on a fillet. Okay very cool very bonin fillet. Yes very cool okay. So you're you're you're all set for filet city and the place any. Yeah we yeah we. We had the fillets and drank. Some wine hung out had a lot of fun. And i went to bed nine thirty or so. I had to get up again to run the show for john. Jane rich christmas day. But i was doing it from home and when i woke up while actually halfway through the night i started coughing. Quite a bit and you know it when it. It gets cold this time of year. Sometimes i'll get a cough in. Yeah you gold. You make chanel sleep with the window open and forty five degrees in your room so no. You're right yeah it could be anything. It's between sixty to sixty six in every morning. That's that's that's a great sleeping temperature. By the way i don't one hundred percent. I just want to give props word processor. Do i respect a cool sleeping temperature. So you wake up with a dry cough in the middle of the night or was it wet cough and shit up No he was dry. It was definitely dry and didn't think anything of it. 'cause i fell back asleep but then i got up the next morning and i just i felt like shit. I would have chills. I was completely week. Could barely get out of bed. Still coughing like crazy and not only that. It's four o'clock in the morning so that certainly didn't help things and you know win. It's like when you don't get much sleep in. It's really early and you. You feel you might be sick. But then you're like wait. No i just didn't get enough. Honestly those are my favorite days on the john reed show where i get like an hour and a half asleep the night before and then i am sweaty nauseous the whole day and i'm just. Yeah that's that's like to me. I feel like i'm operating on my highest cylinder. When when i'm like i'm just like i'm i'm just trying to get through this day survive but it's a good. I think it's a good bad feeling. Well i i would. I would normally agree with that. It sounds insane to most people what you're saying. Yeah it's like now you feel like you feel like it's the titanic and they're just shoveling coal and you don't have like y- it's over. I'm gonna die soon but you can't. You can't take your guard down ever because you will just you'll just fall. Yeah exactly yeah but in this situation. I'm sitting at home by myself in the dark in front of a huge computer just like watching. The show hobbled brag huge. Did you get depressed to really fuck. Yeah i got depressed. Because i was like well i had family over your last night and you know people that were older and i did have it. And then they all contracted it. That's what was going through my tired chilled Week brain so About six o'clock. I tax chanels mom and i said hey. Just want to let you know. I'm not coming to christmas day. And and of course he calls me and she's a nurse you like shell and i split up last night. I swear to god. I almost said something like and i'm like no probably christmas december twenty six takeover. So what was so. She's a nurse. And what did what did she say about. I mean was she like. Oh don't sweat it or come come christmas. She said come to christmas. So speciale like i. And she's like well. Just let me know how you feel on a couple of hours screws. We were supposed to go at like ten thirty and so show shows over. And i'm still feeling just awful and i'm like chanel gets up and i'm like listen i i. I'm sorry i'm not going to christmas. I feel like i might have gotten corona virus I don't know. But i haven't felt like this in a very long time And i just don't want to chance anything it's just not worth it to me So you can go. That's fine whatever. I'll just all chilled home. Bring me a plate. We're good and so her mom then calls me and she said i don't. I really want you here over for christmas. I'll chance getting it if you have it. What and she insisted. I come over so i did go over now for people listening. I didn't hang out with anyone. Yeah i sat. I sat in the backyard. And i sat there and ate breakfast and and everybody was like. Oh no you can come inside. I'm like no now. This is this is not the case and And then she wanted me to stay open presents. And i'm like this is no fun for me. This could get you guys sick. I don't know i. I gotta get out here so i'm gonna go appreciate everything but i gotta go and so i came home and just what i. I was straight outta compton because you know christmas how i mean i i remember us talking about that. But how do you feel about that movie especially now watching it again. What four years later. well i. it's funny. You say that because i started watching an and you remember when we were going to go see it right. Yes my car I ran out of gas on the highway and it turned into a real fun. Fun bit. yeah it was a bit. That was me when i left there. As if you were like dying. Yeah i was. I was maybe two minutes into the movie and i ran out of the theater. Didn't ask for my money back or anything. I was like what a fucking idiot. Why not just asked for my money and then And then we thought it'd be fun to record a podcast on the side of the highway. And then all those people got mad at us for recording guest on the side of the highway. I do not remember that. Yeah because i was We we sat in my car. We sat in your your car. Something i can't remember. We were sitting in a car and we were just sitting there. We were we should record something and then we got an instagram live. And everybody was like you're all you're going to die. I do remember. I remember that came. It was a it was a real treat. I was like my friend. Jay coming to save. Save the day here straight out of gilbert. So right i watched actually. I watched too great movies this week. i watched not to i. We're going back to your cova dilemma story. But i watched. W get movie starring josh brolin. Fantastic fantastic movie. And then i watched the girl next door. Jack ketchum girl next door that movie. I always tell you about that. The fucked up shit that happened. The girl in indiana and the fifties with all with all the boys on the street and the ant that like was jealous of the girl. What does that on. Its on amazon prime right now. Okay and i got time okay. I watch it every year. Because i'm just like it's such craig. It's such a disturbing film like it makes you feel a lot like you're like this is insane. I can't believe this happened. And last night i watched it like midnight and contacted the the lead actress in it and i was like. Hey i just wanna say this. This is a great great film and You were fantastic on it. And then i realized i saw like a couple of scenes and i was like i watched it twice a year. It's it's you know it's so such so good. And then. I sold some awful scenes with her and i was like like an hour later. I sent another message that was. I should clarify movies fun But yeah should you should definitely watch that movie. It's hard to walk but it is. It's it's like. It's like a made for tv movie if there were no rules on tv. Okay yeah on amazon prime. The girl next door jack ketchum. It's not the two thousand four porn movie as gonna say that's that's that's like one of my classes. Yeah it is a classic but it's a totally different type of move not know nearly as fun of so you ate breakfast alone in the yard like skew. The plate of on the patio. Did they do it like they do. In jail movies they push it in or they they let in the kitchen. And i grabbed it. Yeah actually are you able to get pictures right now. Yeah yeah yeah. I think so. You're i'll send you a couple of pictures of me eating alone Mazing yeah but So far so good. Nobody has been feeling any symptoms or anything like that. So that's that's great Got a cute little plate there. It looks like some hammed Or bacon lots of bacon. They know joey. Brian fish scraping nice scramble a bit hearty pieces saw. And then there's you with is that a is that a mimosa. memo's just yuck ended up by yourself so okay so what is so obviously christmas. There's the presence element of it so you have you have. You're not sure if you have covid. You're sitting outside presents happen and they're like hey come inside and you're like nah i can't risk it. So what did you do with your presence and and shit. Chanel brought him home. When she came home i opened them privately and honestly i actually had this conversation with her mom a few weeks ago about opening presents in front of her. Because i hate it. Eight opening presents in front of people drives me nuts. It's so i mean especially like it's one thing if it's like you international or caitlyn or you know if i give you a president it's like a different sort of thing but if you're at christmas or it's your birthday and everyone's around watching you open presents It's just like it's it's the the anxiety probably comes from. You don't want to appear disappointed or you don't wanna give the wrong reaction or something to upset the person. Yeah so that's awesome. So you sat with your wife or alone in a room with your dog is joe is is larry. David your dog quarantine with you. Yes he is he has been in. 'cause i'm we'll get to that we'll get. Okay cool cool. Yeah well we'll get to that so Social comes home brings home. The president's i opened the presence. I'm in the middle. I'm in the middle of the defiant ones. Because i watched straight outta compton and i'm like yeah this. What's the what's the gift you got distracted you from what you were doing. There hasn't been one where you're like fog. This is kind of fun app. Well i wanna get a new rolex know. I got a bottle of crown royal. That was nice. I was drinking wall sick. Because i used to. That was my favorite. When i was drunk. My favorite thing in life was the be sick and be drunk because it just like you feel great now. It's it's not. It's it hasn't been apparent with me man it That's awesome no kind of a bummer. Because i mean if you're here you're you're stuck alone you might as well have a cocktail. The helmet it's it's it's not it's not fun and i'm i don't want to bury the lead but i'm beginning to lose my taste so that shit i've lost my sense of smell as of today and i got My tests last friday's or yeah friday. So i'm just now. Losing tastes are smell. Do they say it's one of those things with like win. Locate christmas you open presents. You're like when did you get your cove and test. Yes oh i got a cova test at five five o'clock that night my point was at three fifteen and i went to this urgent care and they didn't get me in till five because it's christmas day and there was only one doctor there With sitting in the waiting room was awful because so the chairs are spread. Six feet apart. Because of cdc guidelines and are signs all over stating this and there was this one woman there who kept getting up kept going outside kept asking the front front desk person. Hey can i go outside. I need to get some sun. And so she got any be like yes. She does like four times. And i'm over here. Coffin does hating my light and aiding hers well because she was just annoying and then right and then she she goes to. There was a stack of chairs and she goes to pull one out and and like she sees the front desk guy. That's like okay. What he doing she's like. Oh yeah. I'm just going to. I'm going to move this over here. If that's okay and then i look over to my right and there's a chair six feet away from me and i the words were coming out of my mouth as to say oh will you can sit here if you want to. And as i'm doing that she's like yeah because i don't want to sit next to him because he won't stop coughing. I don't wanna get what he has. Mickey fucking bitch like you have to call me out like i'm not already having a bad enough day. We're older older middle like forty days. Yeah so i. I know the type i would've been i would've probably they called her back. They called her back to the office and her name was karen. Oh as ing dude. I was like wow. It's true. I yeah i mean. Urban urban legends don't just appear or you know what i mean like. Yeah like yeah okay so you you had a real life encounter with a karen in you get called back and i saw your post on instagram. You like this nasal test is no fucking joke. No it's not you look at your to cry. I was crying. That's what i was trying to That's what i was trying to show people like. It fucked me up. i was shocked like tickle. Your brain right. They do get deep go deep. And he's like some people say this feels like when you jump into a pool knew that chlorine up your nose and i was like yeah. It's nothing like that. It's it's much worse and not even close to what you're talking about but but now before that though that same night the same christmas night tests one of my friends who is a nurse. He just text me merry christmas and he's had the corona virus and i said hey merry christmas you know just want to let you know. I got sick or the same club now bud. I think he's like why did you call me. I was like what he's talking about. He's like i can give you a test right now. Given instant tests. And i was like oh shit all my way over so i go over there. He gives me to instant test. And there's always a lot of speculation about you know then two tests don't really work. You should do the The pcr which is what. i did the tickle. Your brain But you know some people seem positive results on the incident and you know it works for them. I tell you. I did two of the instant tests and i was like ironclad. Negative with showing symptoms with showing symptoms. And then i obviously came back positive with this Pcr tests which. I got back on monday. And it's the twenty eighth correct. I actually did get a back the next day like late at night. I didn't get notified until monday. Which i screwed up. I don't know how i screwed up. But at the doctor's office. I gave them chanels number as the number to contact on monday. She got a robo-call stating that she has been infected with her. Here's what happened. So i got the test friday saturday. I felt awful and then sunday. I woke up and i was still feeling kind of crappy but like when i say awful. This was one hundred hundred degree temperature. chills week Coughing sniffles stuffed up. The whole thing had any breathing issues. i have muscle aches right now but i had a lot more than but sunday. It was I was feeling pretty good. And so i was optimistic that i didn't have it. I thought it was just like one of those. You know really bad. Colds ago goes or flu. That goes away pretty quick because it is flu season right. Did you have any diarrhea or anything. No now too bad. Yeah i would love just on top of everything that'd be. Wow yeah so sunday happens and you know i feel like i'm at the finish line here right and you know it was a big day. Packers are playing a big game. Sunday night football. So they play on the titans. Titans friends crush them crush. Them did Did you boy get a lot of playing time. Play the whole game the whole game the whole game did he did. He have incredible passes. That i'm gonna watch a year and a half on youtube. Yes okay. I'll be sending them to awesome. So you watch you watch the game. I saw the pictures of you. Sadly sitting by yourself with larry david Which led me to the question. Who took those pictures. Was that a toddler situation. So chanel was not really distancing herself for me from friday until monday. Oh because i'm like. I'm like i feel great. I don't have it and then i had those two negative Incident task so we both thought. Well you're fine. You're then monday. When i actually got the results. She literally sent me to my room and said don't come out because you know it's official now and i was like well. We just hung out for like three days straight. You got it. i get it. But she's not showing. She's getting a test today but she's not showing any symptoms. Yes so used as coping for the best. This is going there when she's asleep just called right near her mouth mouth of and i think you're above this so so that's okay the game y- did it feel as good the packers winning even with even with the corona virus. Were you like satis. No it felt great. And here's why grant we were talking about whole drinking thing earlier. Yeah i i drink all day in anticipation for this game. Which i shouldn't have done. I think i think that set me back a couple of days with the corona virus. A little hung over or dehydrated elise not probably not hung over because he drank all day. So yeah i i was. i suppose. Okay monday morning I mean not great not one hundred percent but you know getting that diagnosis of being positive. When all weekend i thought i was negative like krona virus. It's not it's not just having corona virus. It's all of the implications that it has on your life because after we tested after tests positive we cancelled to photo with vance because we have photo booth events in the next weekend. We're the only two that works for the goat. Yeah but we both cannot risk that And then work. I had to file a claim with corporate. I had to talk to. Steve are are You know. I don't i don't even know title but you know he's the main guy he's the main guy in our building about you know how we're going to do going forward our show supposed to go back. It's wednesday the following monday on january fourth fourth. Which i don't think i'm going to be a part of because i i if i'm still showing symptoms it won't be ten days after i got tested There's just so many factors that you have to and then people that you have been around Like christmas eve. Luckily nobody was in the building but did they. Would they spray the studio down the that just all that little shit you don't think about With something like this. It's it's sucks. it's it's it's a lot. I have an idea of where i contracted it which i don't wanna say we can talk about it later but Yeah Other than that. I don't you know. Just living normal life but i do know it's especially where we're at. It's like ten thousand a day right now that are contracting the virus so i mean statistically it's just a matter of time right and i thought the fact that no one on our show that nobody directly with me hadn't got it sooner. I don't know how that happened. Wow i'm just taking it all in because like you're the you're the you're the first person that i'm like. Conversationally friendly with that has has run virus. So i'm trying to figure out all the things i want to know because i'm sure I mean it's. I'm going to get it sooner or later. I mean you will. And that's not pessimism. I think that's just a numbers numbers thing so Does it do anything that you weren't a have. You had any symptoms that you weren't expecting as anything has anything like i mean aches and pains. Everybody says that Does i mean. Does everything work the same way on your body. Are you able to maintain a healthy erection as well. Oh yeah i mean. I'm in my room alone. The case again works. We've had we've had a lot of alone time there ain't nothing broken brother me me and my little guy right so that's good so your penis works where it is a difficult like there. Was that breath test thing that we all did in february remember. You take like a big or you. Breathe out for ten seconds. Can you do that. Oh yeah. I haven't had other than i mean. Coughing i haven't had any issues In fact when i first got tested You know they put a stethoscope on my lungs and they said my lungs sounded great and My action levels were great. And yeah i. I haven't had any issues breathing. Luckily which is you know a huge thing with covid nineteen so luckily. I haven't had to deal with that. But i like at this point. I'd like my head is just. I feel like i have a shitty cold like head cold right now And then i lost my sense of smell as of today. Wow so how did you notice. You didn't have a sense of smell. Because i'm sure that's something 'cause that's something i've thought about like obviously you kind of know when you lose your taste but when you lose your smell when did you realize like oh shit. I don't smell this. what was it. you didn't smell well. I've kind of been testing it every day. Because i've i've been very fortunate in that. I hadn't lost my taste or smell up because as i said let's in only sit here and watch tv and eat. Which that's the only thing i can do. If i'm not able to taste food and you know i love food so if i'm not able to do that that's going to really really fuck things up for me so i've kind of been testing both smell and taste every day and today i just tested it and i was like oh shit Like i was. I took shower before this and i put like the my shampoo wrote in my nose and i could smell anything But i could still taste. But i feel like it's gonna go away. I hope not but But it's just so weird like there are certain people that don't lose a taste or smell. And then i have a friend who doesn't have any symptoms whatsoever except he lost a taste and smell it. It varies from person to person in the fact that i got the symptom almost a week after i tested positive is just fucking weird evidence linked by bringing a taco bell later actually did have dude i. I did not have the grilled Took it off the fucking menu dude. They did yeah. I went there last night. Because i gave you the recommendation. I was like dude. I gotta i. Can't i talked to. Joey and i said some pretty i. I gave a really nice complement of the of of the burrito construction. And it's really too dirty to say aloud. But i made me l. I i love that thing. And then i went there and i don't panic because it was like ten o'clock last night and i was like i don't on the menu and they had the fries and i was like. Oh shit. they brought the fries bags. So we lost the grilled cheese burrito. But we got the We got the delicious fries back. What did you have when you went the other night. I had a crunch rap supreme. That's always on the order Crunch rap and then. I had a cheesy coordinator crunch doritos lucas taco supreme. The thing that bothers me lately about the about all like mexican restaurants. It's the the fact that the lettuce just hase bad me every place. I go words like lettuce or whatever it just it. It's so taste like lettuce and dirt. I'm just like nah you know. Yeah migration what you're saying. I know what you're saying. It's like it's almost like it's sometimes. It's too watery even like because it's it's like shredded iceberg lettuce so it's it's they probably they probably washing. Don't dry it good enough. And then and then the water seeps into the meal and it's just kind of you know i know what you're saying i just don't i. It's like even though. I get like a big mac without lettuce and i think now see. I wouldn't do that. Oh see i think it just makes it. I wish they just covered it and saw that special sauce in those onions Jabe big mac and with j. b. That's good stuff. So i'm gonna try. I'm gonna try and call someone. But i can't i. There's someone we need to call to say you know at some point. Oh god i'm we'll we'll get to it. There's no way this person answers. There is no way. Oh my gosh can you hear me. Can you hear me. She can hear me but this is the problem. That joe joe join. I recording a podcast and we wanted to call you and say hello and i can see you. Joey doesn't know who. I'm calling Yeah so this this just fell to shit this whole fucking disaster on kind of bomb. Yeah so anyway well. I hope you're having a happy. Happy christmas break in new. Your i get to see you tomorrow. We're going to spend the morning together so anyway have a great time. It looks like d'alene all it looks like. She's getting ready to go out. She's getting her makeup she cannot be. she's a while she has done up. She's got the bronze after and the. Let me see your eyebrows. Clean clean eyebrows are. Are you still out of town. She just against you the tone down to do makeup so anyway Delay hearn everybody Follow her on instagram. At pomo and kitsch all right. well see tomorrow delaney. Have a great time. And i'll see bright nearly by that was That was delaney now. Delaney joey sorry about that but i would also like to talk about another fast food establishment that we both like and there is something that's been going on with this certain establishment that i had no idea so the other nights the night actually the night i got taco bell. Then i was going to get. I had planned to get panda express instead. Yes so chanel is ordering panda express on postmates and like i i was just gonna get one of those One of those bowls some orange chicken half half rice half show main because then you mix it up. You get a little bit of rice on the sticky parts of the chicken. Yeah and. I wanted some crab rangoon and chanelle said. They're out of crab rangoon. Bullshit how are they out of crab rangoon's and so sure enough. I go to postmates that locations out of crab rangoon. I go to their website as like well. Maybe it's just postmates. I go to their website to order crab. Rangoon isn't even an option. Whoa dude and then. I posted this on instagram. The feedback i got from this people in texas people in oregon. apparently crab. Rangoon is just not anywhere anymore. And i had no idea why there's no way they take it off the menu. What would they. I almost there were you. We were texting while this was happening. You said. I can't believe they don't have the crab reagan by my house and i live right next to panda and i literally i i was like i'm going to go get crab reagan and drop it off. Give it to joe his doorstep. And then i stood up and i was like that's right. I took a huge edible. I can't drive anywhere. I can't do and i just went on living my life but it was one of those things where i literally before i stood up. I had the best intentions. And i was like. Yeah you know what i'm gonna. I'm going to make this happen for j. b. I'm gonna christmas wish this guy and it's just it couldn't it couldn't legally come to religions of is like well solely okay so everybody in the united states saying. What's the deal with crab rangoon right now. Yes and i. I feel like i need to find out. I'm looking up right now if there is a shortage of like ingredients panda express has downsized its menu in response to the coronavirus. Pandemic the chain announced. They are simplifying their menu by only offering their most popular entrees and appetizers in order to make it easier for the restaurant employees Let's see what it says here. Well that includes crime again. Okay here in addition customers can still gorge okay. That's i'm trying to do that thing where i'm reading for radio. So i'm just the company side still on the table. Fried rice white rice chow main and super greens. As far as appetizers. Feel free to continue. Gnashing chicken egg rolls veggie eggrolls and cream cheese Reagan so. yeah the crab. Rangoon did not make the pandemic cut. It's not the most popular side item. J b Okay well i'm calling corporate right now. Six two six and it must be crabs. Just expensive is imitation crab. Though isn't it. it will okay. So let's let's take. let's. Yeah i'm i'm not fucking around. I love it spent. But there's been bothering me for days. Twenty twenty one. Joyce be friendly nice. Joe search joe rapid. Where's the grab raghu. Brother can't wait seventy nine. I call the wrong number. Hang on. I'm just i feel like i'm dyslexic with corona buyers. Maybe that's a symptom. They don't know about into first three characters of your name hold on. I'll look for the president operator. President of you should leave a message for him. In order andrew andrew where we hang on. Hang on mr panda rounding electric I would like to issue a complaints country where we can assist length. Thank you thank you for calling this grant. I can okay. I wish i was. Your call may be recorded for quality assurance. I hope it is. I paid him. doing this. remember. It's like most uncomfortable. Clint ever no rush on this. You there I have a general question about the The the restaurant Across the country is specifically the menu. Because i i've been looking to To order some crab rangoon. And i noticed that's not on the menu anymore is that is that going to come back question but now we do. Have a shortage of decipher goals. That baby bright. They have took it up and make you what. What is the shortage of if you don't mind me. Yes crab cream cheese or the shipment nation and because they don't have any that we just took it off so the guys wait now you know we have it available records every. I'm not sure when they will come back When we will have more You know of. God bless when you get off the phone. I don't have a question do you. Do you eat at panda do you. Do you like the crab rangoon. Really gosh i have to tell you. I have corona virus. Right now. And i all i wanted was improper in june and tamar chicken and it just didn't happen the other night really bummed out. I just want to figure out what was going on. I do apologize for bad But i'm not sure what we will have a shit in. Okay well i appreciate all your help and everything you're doing and Just have a blessed day. Okay okay bye bye man. She was all business. Wasn't shading bullshit. She i feel like okay. Here's here's what i think's happening. I think there must be something in the crab. Rangoon ingredient that. Maybe maybe it's like it's needed in production for the vaccine so that maybe shortage you know what i'm saying. Like maybe imagine a syringe full of cream cheese going into your body cream cheese like invitation like the d. level crab meat like. Yeah oh yeah that gets stuck in your way but then all of a sudden you're like i do feel better like this is this is crazy. Wow you really got to the bottom of that. I was great though. Yeah we're going to send you a shirt. Yanji enrich t-shirt. Thank her for center. Box of crab. Rangoon try this. She can live so yeah. Shouldn't allergists tax me what's up. What's up with her. I cannot believe that you're calling pan express corporate chanel you stay on your side of the house. That's she's eve's does she have a wired up. Is this old boy like locked in a room. You're going to get jacked. She's because oh my god. In that movie all they feed him are like crab dumplings. Did you ever see that movie. I know of the movie. The korean version is awesome. The spike lee version is is still cool. But it's just totally different than the korean won. You'd love it so a couple updates from the previous episode. We called sees that and we did a contest where we said we give a playstation six year. Old named tommy. Yes he's shit the bad man. Yeah and i i mean. I don't want her to not enjoy christmas. But i mean that would be a giant reason that i wouldn't enjoy my christmas by room tommy's he was devastated. The people were like we heard tommy crying in the background. And you know this is. This is devastating. did he. did he get that. Edible arrangements now actually i had it redirected to my house. So do you want to hear. Do you want to hear something. did i tell you. okay. This is a very big thing But i have a cat named awesome. We've talked about awesome a ton and it was weird circumstances how i got her and she's an interesting cat. Whatever so the other day. I signed up for the petco app to get rewards already. Have the you know the telephone number thing. But i just decided at the app and they ask questions about the pet. You're buying for right So ask for awesome. His birthday and it was two days. After christmas. And i was just. I need to get food. And so i was like well. Should i go look at her vaccination papers. And i never really looked at that before because we always celebrate our birthdays on the same day january seventeenth and i opened the paperwork. And i'm a little stone because it's you know early in the morning and it's a day off so i'm just like chillan and it says december twenty seven. Two thousand thirteen is her birth. That and i look over. And i'm like happy birthday sweetheart. Oh my god this is amazing. And i call my mom probably for ten fifteen minutes later. Today is awesome biological birthday december. Twenty seven two thousand thirteen or you know was a birthday now goes. Do you want to know something crazy. And i was like i guess sherm go ahead. She said the day you left indiana for arizona. Oh was december twenty seven two thousand thirteen in that fucking crazy sats full circle. That's like kismat like we were. We belong together. I absolutely you guys celebrate on the same day. You said yeah january seventeenth is. What's what's that look like. Is that like a romantic dinner like. So here's here's why we do it this way we because i. I like to celebrate birthdays. I love the other people's birthdays. I don't really care about mine like if nobody celebrates my birthday. It's you know whatever. It's just okay. But i always like you know getting people presence and stuff so it's just a nice reason for me to enjoy a birthday on my birthday. You see what i'm saying. That's fair so i get little treats presence and we do like a whole thing and it's just i mean it's like five minutes. It's not like all day. I mean when shock me if it was all day. Hey joey did you know that we have a. We've got a sponsor today. I did you. Did you know about this laser tag. No no it should be though Actually we we've been working on this for a while and We are proud to. We are proud to present a hole. Pull up the copy. It's kind of. I have been dealt with the sales department in a while. So i what you have so today's how to become a terrible person slash jr vps. Podcast is actually brought to you by a chinese restaurant and bar located on anew in nevada looking Minneapolis minnesota where they do sell crab rangoon. Yeah there is not a shortage there. Yeah let me actually. I should probably we should check. I mean this is. This is like prime prime prime time endorsement here so Restaurant dot com. Yes let's see what they have. That would be under starters correct. Yes they've chips and salsa they got tammy's pickled vegetables. This doesn't sound like a chinese restaurant at all. sesame tofu cilantro salad this fusion restaurant. They have something for everybody and yeah and i. I don't know what you've worked. But i will. I will unless you're looking at paid. They have they have something for everyone. Unless you're looking for covering 'cause that's not on the menu they do have fuck yet to. Actually you know what i'm dumping. We don't know w we we. You know i have standards. Yeah we were big time. Shut up restaurant bar and grill. Minneapolis minnesota crossover of potential listeners. Or patrons so we're fine. Yes a lock on in that name. Yeah right and like that's the thing is did we talk about this or did kaylin. I talk about this. Where if you're a restaurant pick a lane and stay there right one hundred percent your spot. Tokyo that is that is burritos and ice cream. And that's it that's it that's it and they don't convolute their menu with all this shit no one really wants like the don't cater to everybody cater to people who like a restaurant right one hundred percent and the nfl model. I'm not a huge fan of in and out the the actual place good. I think it's overrated. But their model is great because they do things certain things great. And that's what's on the menu. And that's it i'm not gonna lie to you. We talk about this all the time and it always gets me excited. I always think about what we're talking about the founder ray kroc comes in and he's like let's. Let's do this and they're like we don't do that and then like i. You know that that idea that a restaurant like facilities needs to have fried rice or something like that. It's like no. Yeah no it doesn't full sh. Yeah yeah because mcdonalds for a while they were. They were like pumping out salads. So they could get you know because that was when like healthier fast casual plate we're starting to become popular and it's like no no you shitty burgers. Yeah i go to do good fries. Yeah that's it. I go to mcdonald's for like a big mac and like the nuggets. I don't yeah. I don't need a caesar salad shaker. Let there are exceptions to that rule. Though i think like chili's applebee's red robin those places are the shit denny's denny's has everything on the menu. Get spaghetti pot. Rose santa fe skillet boy. You you really know that. Many dude i am a i am a denny's apologised slash Prophet i think. I just i am all about that place. Caitlyn didn't go there for two years. And then she went. Yeah and like she. I talked her into inches like sick there. One time and then we had breakfast and we were the only two people in the restaurant fast service and the food was incredible and she was like this is great might get yeah. You just wrote it off because you like to eat and nice places but also like i don't know what's what's like a two person dinner date in like illinois now or you know what i mean like what. What is it in the middle of the country. Like how much is dinner for two people. Box forty bucks i mean. Where are you going ahead. I mean what like a nice dinner. Yeah like middle of the road. Because i know like there's parts here where you're just like god. I am just paying entirely too much for. It's like ambiance like if you like old town scottsdale right right. But i mean like in the midwest. If you're going on a date night there you're in the midwest so there are millions steakhouses so that's going to be you know box. What's you know. They say like the cost. The cost of real estate in the middle of the countries like so much cheaper. like why. because that's where i. That's where i want to live is like the middle of the kind of you know what i mean like season. Where where'd you hear that. Everybody's like i can go buy a house in like my parents bought like thirty. Four years in alabama for like a nickel. No you're you're saying you're saying it's cheaper. Yeah like here. It's like inordinately expensive because people are moving out of california to arizona. I feel like now. Oh one hundred percent and everybody's everybody's moving out of the midwest to here as well so because dude honestly man. If i get like i think my my dream scenario here is like a two three car garage but only two cars and then the third garage is for a snowblower. A ride on zero turn radius mower like weed whacker shit like that and then i wanna experience the seasons. You know what i mean. Okay i want. I want to get dumped on with snow again like that was so fun. Remember those days yes. Of course i do. It was fantastic. What what did you drive. The drove a lebaron though. No i drove a chevy cavalier. Was that a bag wheel. Drive front wheel front wheel so you so when there'd be a fresh snow we do reverse dona us because they would only work because it was front wheel drive so you'd have to do it in reverse and what is i feel like. Is i just crazy amazing. Yeah i was gonna say. That's different. Because i drove a pickup truck with back wheel drive in the and that was still fun terrifying because remember you have to put like eight hundred pounds of shit in the back of your trucks. You're not just sliding everywhere. Yeah i wanna get. I wanna get chains for arizona. I just wanna rip up the highway. Well joey mr coronavirus. I hope you feel better dude. I hope you aren't. I hope you don't die. You know. I don't think you're right now. I'll be finding a few days. I'm not making light of that. I just genuinely. There's there's like weird things don't you hear. Somebody has corona virus. Or you hear something like that and you think like well ultimately. I hope they're not sick but then when they get sick. You're like well. I hope. I hope you make it through. You know 'cause you hear these horror stories though. I know trust me. It's going through my mind on a constant basis right now well Thank you for getting to the bottom of the crab rangoon situation. That's the most important thing. Yeah shout to delaney who answered her phone but we can get the audio work. Shout out to john jay who answered his phone and same thing. Let's see any anything else. We need to say january fourth gen. Jean richaud returns. I may or may not be there. Yes joy may may or may not be there Joey bradford also has a podcast called the people of the pandemic which is now I would think there'd be a pretty compelling update coming out soon. I think i'm going to do one on my experience might as well. I'm talking all these other people. Yeah i mean because then it's like straight from the horse's mouth you know yeah. I wish you the best in your future endeavors. Yeah man Followed breath fish. Joey brad fish. Follow me at pomo kitsch wherever you do your social media wing and if you wanna text the comment about this podcast nine one zero five five seven two eight seven one. Telephone number joy brash. Having last remarks you'd like to make now man. I can't wait for this to be over. That's it well. You're our little champion and we'll be th. You'll be in our hearts and minds until we see you again. joy. Brad i thank you.

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The Immigration Crisis Explodes # 1022

The Dan Bongino Show

1:00:24 hr | 1 year ago

The Immigration Crisis Explodes # 1022

"Get ready to hear the truth about America on a show. That's not immune to the facts with your host. Dan Bongino Dbongino show back in the home base with our buddy producer Joe who is missed on Thursday and Friday even though he was there did not take the day off right Joe Joe was listening unfortunately when we do roadshows Paul and I travel with boatloads of equipment there's only one line but plan and be is coming shoe. Joe Stay tuned for big news more news to report. I will be on the five today if my flight is not cancelled co hosting the five on Fox Five P._M.. Eastern Easter time crazy how the five is at the five. You know me starting all kinds of trouble on the show so don't Miss That D._v._r.. GonNa WanNa Miss It. The five five o'clock the Fox News Channel. We'll be back in studio. Tomorrow is really excited today show because as always on Monday joe we have a stack newsday. Let me get right to today's show brought to you by our buddies. At Wax are ex. 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I've got some crazy new information about Mike Flynn but I want to start with this so here we go with immigration hysteria as I discussed on Friday with the Democrats are finally taking off their masks when it came to the green deal and admitting knitting chief of staff admitting it's not really about the environment at all. It's about rearranging the economy as the new Socialist do check out Friday show. It did very well. You'll love it there now taking off their masks when it comes to Immigration Ladies and gentlemen immigration was never about immigration was ever about compassion for the Democrats are for the Liberals to Democrats immigration is about votes power and open borders. I've got some videos today that are gonNA blow your mind and the last one you you are not gonna WanNa Miss The last ladies and gentlemen it is going to boil your blood. What is going on in this country? This video is going to infuriate you. I'm sorry I don't like to play videos that make you angry. I'll explain it to you as well for those audio. Don't worry you're not gonNA miss anything but I'm just it bothered me and I know it's going to bother you. Joe's already seen it all right video number. One here is radical far left Congresswoman Ilhan Omar at net roots nation and at net roots nation. She is talking about how the United States the most Compassionate country country on earth that treats people with dignity and respecting gives them due process which upwards of the ninety percent of countries around the world cannot match what we do for the volume of people that come in here right. This is Ilhan Omar talking about how we treat people in this country who come here illegally illegally in knowing violation of our laws they have broken our laws how we treat them like dogs. This one's really gonNA take you off. We're saying there is zero option and if you ever think that you have a chance were going to treat you worse than a dog. One of our members said to me if there were dogs in those cages every single member of Congress would vote to make sure that all of these cages didn't exist anymore so we live in a society we live in a society and <music> governing body that might value the life of a dog more than they valued the life of a child who might not look like there's and that is completely sad Geez you i. This is why I love having you on the show because after these clips I always leave kind of uncomfortable silence for people to Digest and you always have something to say that which is good you kind of fill the vacuum so the audio listeners don't think like we lost last night. Yeah you know what staggering about this Joseph lease due to this is a woman who supports unfettered access to abort the exte- extend the hero. I know you dead Ed de Extermination via the most violent way possible of a human life inside the womb up to nine months of pregnancy. We are talking about a completely viable cumin being feels pain br functioning organs brain. We're talking about a totally completely viable human being this is a woman who supports the violent termination of that life in the moon and dares dares ears to compare the way we detain easy legal immigrants not legal immigrants Joe. Anyone is welcome to go to a point got video in a minute of Tom home and by the way the Tom Moments becoming like a national hero these day I love a moment there is a way to come here and file for asylum or a way to come here. Legally there is a process you can enter file for asylum at a port of entry. You can get a visa and then apply for citizenship and ship there are but I know didn't my household. It is not a mystery how to come here. Legally people who have disregarded our laws are detained. This is there's nothing unusual about lawbreakers being detained comparing herring that sank suggesting the United States government treats people like dogs while supporting the violent termination of life in the womb which you wouldn't due to a dog if someone ladies and gentlemen because I try to keep this generally family friendly unleash show and I do my best doesn't always work. I can't describe to you on the air right now. I can't describe to you how gross late term abortion is because the youtube video will be. It's democratized anyway probably taken down. It's really that horrible. If I were to suggest doing that to a puppy I'd be kicked off all these platform but when Ilhan Omar and harass radical leftist is buddies support that kind of termination of life up to the ninth month pregnancy nobody bothers to bat an eyelash and she dares the country that is given her so much and so many opportunities that United States congresswoman she dares to criticize the United States of America how they treat people who have said screw your immigration laws. I'm going to do it my way that we have to detain them. After by the way voting against money to improve the conditions of the people detained. Do you understand the pure unadulterated idiocy of the comments that just left the mouth of Ilhan Omar she supports late-term abortion while ravaging the United States government who gave her an opportunity to come here claiming we treat people like dogs when you wouldn't even late term aboard a puppy like that then she voted against a humanitarian bill to improve the conditions of people all who broke our laws. Can we get a she voted against it while ravaging the United States Ladies and gentlemen it is bizarre that people take Congressman Omar seriously anymore. It's bizarre. She probably appeals right this point Oy based on her extreme radicalism to less than fifteen percent of the electorate and that may be generous. These are bizarre outrageous statements. She's even turned off. Nancy Pelosi of all people now Joe What O._B.. Of course Ilhan Omar's retort to this and everything else hat tip tom where we're going. I know where you are says. Of course that's what she's going to of course because that's all you have to meaningless. We're used to wait whatever we just. I don't even pay attention this by the way either this anybody else you said that about every single substantive policy difference we nobody cares anymore. Thank you it's over. You've you burn that bridge. Okay leave it to the right conservatives to call out racism. We'll take care of that. You guys on the left of complaint forget it. When you say doesn't mean anything anymore nothing? Nobody pays any at that except for M._s. d._N._C. and C._N._N.. In which nobody watches okay how so again you'd never supposed to talk about what you do during breaks or before the show but we don't care so joe before shows like hey. How about that Tom home and my daughter guys you gotTa love? This guy gives exactly zero about he doesn't care about your nonsense if you were going to impugn the character of Tom Home and he is going to slay you so so I'll get to that and the second where he deals Rep Chewy Garcia but this one is he knows his stuff too. He was a former ICE director. You've probably seen him on Fox. I know Tom Disclosure. I know well good man actually ran into him the night before this appearance with my wife Right Bala in Washington a D. C. which is funny. That's great guy so nice but Tom is tough. Guy Former COP ICE director just is not in the mood to take your garbage or your Goff right so A._O.. See who generally knows nothing about anything I mean it's really sad. She tweets stuff that it's even worse than Ilhan Omar Times. Of course she'll tell you. You're a racist too because it's on my phone. You don't know anything. It's another do it racer. It's you just don't know anything so A._O.. See is constantly Joe. How many how many times of we played footage of Capitol Wpro Hill getting absolutely wrecked Ari K._T.'s roar act and right? She just doesn't know what he and I wonder like who is feeding her these questions. Are they making our do our homework before she asks us so here's there's an exchange with Tom. Holman where again seems to be confused about the difference between a legal asylum claim and illegal asylum claims in other words. You can't just walk through the United States anytime you want asylum. It's not the way it's ashby done to the port of entry. Heo See clearly doesn't know that and she tries to challenge. Tom Hohmann who just I mean you WanNa talk about an A._O.. See Face Plant. This is priceless. Check this out we given the secretary numerous options to secure the border and save lives and so the recommendation of the many that you recommend it you recommend family separation recommend zero tolerance which includes family separation the same as we ever U._S.. Citizen Parent gets arrested in there with a child zero. Tolerance was interpreted as the policy that separated children from their arrested for D._U._i.. Young child in a car. I won't be separated. Also police often New York. I rested father for domestic violence. I separate that Mr Altuve respect legal asylum. These are not charged with any crime when you're under the country illegally violation eight United States co thirteen twenty-five seeking asylum is week on he wants to go to the port of entry with the legal way the Attorney General the United States has made that clear okay. I have some B twelve for that. May maybe some Road Ilia Rosiak something that you may need some of that here air brickhouse. Maybe some foundation. Maybe create team Paula. What do you think maybe some vitamin C field the grains point? It's always era sauce of for that like a neo support. There should be a oh see no anything does this all the time. She just EMOJI Emoji face plants every single. Hey hat tip Jose. Thank you very much for sending us to whistle. I had to back away from my Jose Santa because we have the red flag. We have the cricket guy we everybody's list. What's your sense of what we have the referee? Here's the cricket guard there. You Go. Thank you jose whistle holding five yards. Do you know anything it is legal asylum of committed. Oh crap. Oh yes walking across the border. Outside of a port of entry is a crime. Are you unaware of that. You have to file for asylum at a port of entry. You can't just walk into the United States anytime you want and I go. Hey I'm here so that's not the way any of this works ever so home and of course humiliates this. I don't get who is giving her these questions by Gosh. Are You coaching or is she reading anything before she goes up there there. There's a reason her approval rating in our own district is in the Cayenne and that Ilan Omarosa same their approval ratings are terrible because they don't know what they're talking. Just make stuff up. We treat him Chris Dogs. It's legal to claim is of course legal claim yourself at ports of entry to fly in the United States not counting asylum. That's the way any of this works my gosh. As the Flag Echo I throw these red flags going under the hood for review. I never even know where they go anymore. Teaches disappear behind it T._v.. There's fine to boost the board. I got so much uh-huh okay gets better. Oh No is hearing gets good bye bye better. I mean worse Matt for us but for them so this lunatic Rep chewy Garcia decides. He's going to attack the integrity equity of Tom Home and Joe. Tom Moment Giada good idea to. I would definitely not do that. Attack the integrity of Tom Moment not a good idea. Okay this this guy humiliates himself like I've rarely seen a member humiliate themselves and that saying a lot because this these members a lot of them on the Democrat side or total lunatics home. It's been a dedicated Patriot to this country as he is director rector police officer you don't have to agree with this policy prescriptions or his ideas but attacked in the man's integrity is really going to work out poorly for you. Watch this video listen to this audio of Rep chewy Garcia in the biggest his face plant pay. Maybe in the history of Capitol Hill with the exception of this up. Have we not learned from the internment of japanese-americans Mr Hohmann I`Ma father. Do you have children. How can you possibly allowed this to happen been under your watch? Do you not care. Is it because these children don't look like children that are around you. I don't get it. Have you ever held a deceased child in your arms first of all you coming Mr Disgusting and should thirty four years. I find your outfitting well. I've served my country thirty four years and yes I held a five year old boy in my harms that in back that tractor trailer I knelt down beside him instead of prayer air for him because I knew what his thirty minutes whiteboard like and I had a five year old son at the time what I've been trying to my thirty four years serving my nation it's a save lives so view to sit there and insult my integrity. It might love my country in for the import children. That's why this whole thing needs to be fixed and you're the memory exit job Istana as I'm watching that I'm sitting here like what angle do I take on this coming back and I'm thinking I'm just going to let that want to said okay. I'm just GonNa let that once that is bobby just been checked one. I'm sorry let me inject one thing into this. I was out with a friend last night's doctor friend of mine. My wife and I had a really good time and he was asking me about what it's like to do. Media appearances and stuff on Fox and I said you know what the left typically does is. They try to invoke Oh commotion and the emotions typically based on a fallacy and they use it motion to attack conservatives stereotypical example of this is what we Garcia tried to do to home in what he tried to home in is using emotional story about interment camps which Tom home in by the way which was done by Democrat President Chewy Garcia apparently not bright enough to figure that out on his own F._d._r.. Intern the Japanese a again should we Garcia doesn't know that as staff didn't tell him he's probably not that bright but what he tries to do is impune the integrity of a dedicated American Patriot by attaching him to an incident started by initiated by a Democrat granted a stain stain on their country. No doubt our country a stain on the initiated by Democrat president and he tries to attach home into it ladies and gentlemen. I can't recommend in strong enough terms again. I know this is a family friendly show but allow me for a moment that if you're ever put in this position you take exactly zero you get it from these lunatics when they do this. I said to the Guy I was having dinner with when they try to do this and use emotional arguments obeyed using those emotional orchestra impugn your character that are entirely disingenuous homes a patriot and everyone knows them knows it you damn I'm world battle emotion right back at them. You don't need the fake it because if you acute my character I'm going to be really code but you damn well better. Throw that emotion right back at them and good for Tom home for taking exactly zero from this idiot trying to impugn his character what a joker was gonNA. Let that stand all on its own because it's really that's how it's done uh-huh hat tip tom home yeah now. I said I was going to get this video. I got a lot more to get to just explicit really explosive stuff on Flynn. This case is just imploding on the government of Mike Flynn by the second so I've got some great stuff from our buddy techno five but more here I just WanNa wrap this up. Here's the final video and one quick story. We'll move on if the immigration hysteria portion of the show hat tip Maduro K. D._v._R.. Folks if this video doesn't infuriate you. I don't know what will I mean. We live in a sovereign country that has been the most Compassionate country to immigrants from all over the World Joe specifically south in Central America for decades now where we have taken in and embraced legal immigrants by the tens of millions and what do we get for it again. Hat Tip Matt Moro News Broadcasts R. K. D._V._R.. We get this video from an ice facility at Aurora Illinois and pay specific attention. I'll describe it for you when we're done about what is going on. You're gonNA hear some noise in the background play the video. I aw Ah okay which you just saw unheard is is an intergalactic disgrace of cosmic proportions hat tip at more Maduro News. He's twitter account where we got. The video does our liberal protesters protesting for open borders basically at an ice facility in Aurora Colorado pulling down the American flag on our soil and raising the Mexican flag. They also pulled down a blue lives matter flag and deface that as well ladies and gentlemen. I as I said when I opened the segment this is the left. This has has always been the left on immigration now dan no no it has they hid this from us for a long time. The Gift of Donald Trump as I have repeatedly stated on my show for over two years now is his ability to enrage aged the left so much that they remove the masks and show us who they were the entire time all of those speeches by Bill Clinton and Obama about border enforce it was it was all a mask was all a joke. The left is always been about open borders and basically the dissolving of national borders in this whole we have to bring people in it's all about power and votes if they don't care about legal immigration doesn't matter it's about open borders to them. People are cheering this on at an ice facility. You know what reminded me Joe of a <hes> a movie I saw I watched this movie a while back. I always get him. I watch them only for free later because I refuse to give Hollywood any money on most of these things but I watched this movie molly's game and it's about this a true story about this woman who is running Polka ring a high end Polka Ring and California and and enduring it. She's not supposed to take money because it's illegal you know when you're when you're running a poker game as long as it's for entertainment. You're not taking money you know. It's like that borderline law. I don't know the law. I'm not a lawyer just summarizing to movie so basically because she didn't take any money off the pot what she was doing was maybe technically weekly legal so she sees a lawyer about it and the guy says well. Did you take any money from the snow and he goes well. That's good because you don't want to break the law while you're breaking the law greatest slide our dope and she goes. I thought you said I wasn't breaking the law he goes. You weren't but don't break the law while you're breaking the law. She's like confusing. I wasn't I don't get it. was I break the law. Was I not breaking off you getting what why does this have to do with this big with this with this raising of the Flame Ladies Ladies and gentlemen. It's probably not a good idea when you're showing up to break the law while you're advocating for breaking the law in other words taking down private property a U._S. flair because it's a flag by the way it doesn't have any kind of special status with the bad guys understand what I'm saying. Of course it has meaning to us but Joe Follow me. A flag is property because it's a flag doesn't mean it's less property. It's property property. You can't steal my bottle of foundation. You can't steal my molly hemingway book. which is all that in the second? You're not allowed to steal because it's a flag doesn't mean you can take it and burn it. It still my property. It is probably probably not a good idea while you're at an ice facility advocating for breaking the law to break the law but the left is so dumb. They don't get this watch the movie. Don't break the law while you're breaking the law the best advice you will ever get legal vice one. Oh one for lips all right today. 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Definitely worth your time justice on trial okay moving on so what did I predict Joe a couple of weeks ago. I told you them of course the trump economy was going to be the Democrats Achilles Heel during the twenty twenty election. They don't really have any way to counter argue. You the effectiveness of trump's policies in advancing growth productivity wage growth job growth there. They don't really have anything to say but why why don't they have anything to say folks because they all voted against the trump tax cuts and his deregulatory agenda getting the red tape patio. They voted against it. The Democrats have nothing to say. None of them supported at any substantive way the trump tax cut agenda. Do you see the conundrum there in there. They can't say like hey. We did this because they didn't yeah so. What's their alternative Joe? As I predicted they are going to start saying well Obama did it so I asked Matt Palumbo. Oh our resident fact Checker Liberal Myth to bunker. I said Mac. Can you put together a piece. Why because I'm responsive to my audience I love my my emails on the website? Someone emailed me. This article and Forbes are Forbes tries to make. Decay that because Obama's monthly job numbers is last twenty nine follow me as last twenty nine months in office were higher than trump's that clearly obama should get credit for the economy Joe not five minutes later. I'm I'm watching a cable news channel and what is someone do. They must have read the Forbes so they said there was a Democrat of course Obama's Ikano. pomme gave the economy deserves all the credit his monthly job numbers were higher. I we're not gonNA blow the whistle because I blow your eardrums out. I knew it so automatic Matt we now we've debunked. This thousand thousand. I said Matt do me a favor. Put it in a piece so people can read it screen shot at share it the pieces up at our AH Bongino DOT com. It's in the show today as always if you subscribe to my email address I by the way I just remembered Paul. I forgot that the trying to get them later sorry. It's another piece of immigration. If we're GONNA get so taken by the topic it's called did Obama add more jobs for month trump by Matt Palumbo. It'll be at the show if you subscribe to my email which I implore you to do. I will send you these articles every day. Please read this piece. It's really good here are some of the highlights I matches lays out with the Forbes article says that well listen basically the the last twenty nine months of trump's tenure which has been his presidency trump spin adding one hundred ninety four thousand jobs a month so the people the Obama the Obama did this people you get in the Ab- no no heap Obama handed trump trump discount. We are now saying this and the force B says well listen during the OBAMAS Latte tenure during his last twenty nine months so we're comparing twenty nine months to twenty nine months Obama added two hundred twenty one thousand jobs a month which is twenty seven thousand more per month and trump so of course if you're a liberal buffoon who does no deeper analysis at all these figures you come away with the conclusion that the Obama economies better than the trump economy you would be wrong of course as you are every single time. <hes> you know it's fascinating. I was talking to Dr Friend of mine. He said that last night too I don't WanNa keep bringing them up but he's really smart guy and I asked him how he came to conservatism and he said you know because the more digging I did. I found that where right about everything yes I told you ladies and gentlemen why are those numbers indicative of a worse economy under Obama in a better economy under trump okay first off. Let's put up Obama's during the Obama era the C._B._O.. Oh the Congressional Budget Office made a bunch of economic predictions. This is interesting. I've got them laid out here. Matt does bullet by bullet predictions the Obama Administration C._B._O.. Made about what would happen if the Obama trend continued follow follow me here track me folks the Obama Era Congressional Budget Office laid out a series of predictions based on if the Obama trends were to stay the same in the trump era you tracking in other words if they continue the Obama Kadhamy his C._B._O.. Said this this and this will happen okay. Let's go back to the data because data matters okay the Obama C._B._O.. Jio said basically here's what's going to happen with entrepreneurship well as points out well. Entrepreneurship is great again with over one hundred fifty thousand more business applications being filed each quarter over the trend Obama C._B._O.. C._P._O. said would happen if they continue Obama's policies you get it. Are you tracking so the Obama C._B._O.. Says this amount of new business applications if we just continue Obama's policies this is what will happen. Well trump comes into office. I am one hundred and fifty thousand more by the way hat tip to Kevin Hassett one of trump's economic advisers viewpoint that all this out if we were continuing the Obama economy we would have one hundred fifty thousand less business applications according to you the Obama Administration's own figures. It's their numbers number. Two investment in small businesses in the trump. Vera Joe is three hundred billion dollars higher than we would have seen had the Obama trend they predicted continued. They predicted three hundred billion dollars less an investment than the trump up administrations producer now ladies jets. This is the prediction under the Obama era. This is their own trend so small business applications are higher investments higher than the prediction the Obama team and they're C._B._O.. G._P._O.. Congressional budgets always town <hes> so nonpartisan it that he the trump team has blown those predictions out of the water. How did the Obama team hand in the economy? If the trump team surpassed the Obama teams own expectations. I don't know maybe you're just making it up. Yes you always do point number. Three blue-collar employment would have declined had it continued its Obama era trend again their data instead. It's it's grown and broken that trend that Obama said blue-collar employment is growing at the fastest rate since nineteen eighty-four when who was President Ronald Reagan the man Love Ronald Reagan the Obama trend was blue collar employment down trump employment blue-collar up. Let me do three Liberals Obama blue collar jobs trump those you not on the Youtube you can visually yes down. Oh ooh this is not like you know sometimes on the screen. When I point one direction on your screen it goes to the different things down? What is always down down down? Here's down up. The Youtube doesn't reverse that I don't get up and go like you get in the Youtube. Does it reverse down and up the screen we use. Maybe sometimes screws with us there where I'm looking this way and videos actually that way on the street no no Obama blue collar jobs down trump blue collar jobs. Oh okay okay not reverse. I know this is tough for you. libs I get it I know this is hard for you to digest but data and facts actually matter okay last one and as the economy booms not only the unemployed finding work those who are the previously gave up looking for a reentering the labor force as they enter the labor force their easily finding jobs since there are more job openings today than there are unemployed people because the economy so hot yeah <music> so folks Matt in I at Bongino Dot Com just gave you. I don't want to take credit for match worth. It's just that website but mad gave you four tangible touchable data points to blow away this ridiculous assertion that Somehow Obama Obama handed trump this booming economy now in case you need more evidence Matt indicates something I've said on the show repeatedly and anyone with a you know a brain can figure out Obama's first president since the Great Depression to you never see a single year three percents economic growth in any year of his presidency. It only took trump until his second year in office to achieve three percent growth and consumer come sooner had his tax cuts in past until the end of his first year in office Obama how many years of Obama three percent E. Y.. By the way why does that three percent growth number matter folks three percent G._D._p.. Growth growth in our economy gross domestic domestic problem is the historical average of the United States throughout our history. Have People Surpass G._D._p.. Three percent yes some of the Clinton years we did. In Reagan years we passed it doubled it one year nineteen eighty-four. I believe it was six percent percent something we doubled in the hard that is due in an advanced economy. Now who is the only president in modern American history to never reach the average in two terms by the way trump's only been in there for two years. Who's the only one never should to have exactly zero a goose egg zero years of three three percent G._D._p.? Growth Oh Baba the only one trump two years in office bang hits three percent the G._D._p.. Now one final thing outdoor when it's not in masterpiece but I always liked to throw out there is yes. The Obama Administration during that jobs were created. No thanks to Obama by the way because the American economy recovers from recessions no matter who's in office. That's the only reason the economy grew at all under Obama Obama gets zero credit for me but ladies gentlemen the jobs were created under the Obama years and the reason you felt like the economy stunk was because they did as acknowledged by the way my colleague at Fox Donna Brazile who's emails were hacked into. She emailed John Podesta daily caller piece Donna Brazile slams Obama economy. They are low wage jobs carry picket October twenty two thousand sixteen. Here's the email it. She says this Enron email documents any amount and no one should steal anybody's emails by really put this out there but this is Donna brazile email to John Podesta quote. I think people are more in despair despair about how things are yes. There are new jobs but they're low wage jobs. Housing is a huge issue. Most people pay half of what they make to read. This is in my email. This was Donna Brazile Edited D._N._C.. emailing John Podesta Hillary Clinton's right Dan guy about how yeah they're creating jobs are crab jobs is on my email. It's hers. The Democrats knew the Obama economy was crap yet. Jobs were being created but they were garbage herbage jobs. They weren't full-time jobs. You can feed your family on. They acknowledged that not me again having said that any cool hack and people's emails I wouldn't you know it's still a crime to do that but that's out there. It's in the public public domain. We can't ignore it. Hey Paula can we go back at immigration story. I missed or am I gonNA mess up your old show okay. I'm sorry at the end of the immigration. I forgot to bring this up. I just want to throw this in there to more breaking news this week and I'll have this story up at the show the Daily Mail just in case. You think we're losing doing this little bit out of order but it's important I get you the news. I don't WanNa miss this. The Daily Mail's reporting. We're doing DNA testing at the border Joe Rapid D._N._A.. Testing now and you know the Democrats. I don't WanNa fix the problem at all our we're separating kids from their families in the third of the cases. No you're not a third of the D._N._A.. Checks at the border. These are not their family members which means kids will be traffic at the border nearly a third third time thirty percent of the Rapid D._N._A.. Tests show. These aren't their kids kind of a problem no hey here's my son. We're claiming asylum okay. We're going to take a cheek cheek swab sir. You're not related to the. I'm not sure scouting name. That's called child trafficking okay again. The Democrats Ilhan Omar suggests. We treat them like dogs and stuff. I think it's our job just a quick question. How simple yes or no we'll do? It's not a set. You think it's a good idea yes or no if someone shows up at the border with a young child who can't defend themselves a grown man Dan who says hey. I'm here to break your laws by the way but I'm going to claim asylum while I'm doing it and I've got this kid next to me and it's my kid and we swab him and there's no family relational yes or no you think it's a good idea yes or a bad idea no to take that child away from a man who just traffic them illegally across the border. Yes should we take them away or no. We should yes. Thank you producer Joe. Welcome Daniel Oh i. I can't believe we have very seriously like a show that my wife's always tell me mover move. You're screwed up I can't I can't stop moving. I get so upset at these stories and you can't like you got to put a dot somewhere where I know where to look because I can't stuck because I get upset at this. They're trafficking kids on the border. There trafficking helpless kids who can't defend themselves against adult then Democrats are no crisis here no crisis nothing to worry about folks their D._N._A.. Tests swabbed cheek. 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If you have been following my show during the last couple of weeks you're a new listener and you listened last week. We have been blowing blowing the doors off again hat tip techno fog conservative tree house a bunch of people on twitter and entrepreneurial journalists out there doing the real work is not me and me alone yes brown of applause. I am not taking credit for anybody's work especially at techno the fog on twitter who's been doing great stuff really knocking it out of the park doing legal analysis of the abomination known as the Mike Flynn case do not miss this. We covered it last week. Please go back and listen to last week shows if you miss them but I'll give give you a bit of a recap because there's been some more court documents or buddy. Techno on twitter has been exposing to us. Here's the longest short of it. I believe the United States government was spying on Mike Flynn because they were spying spying on Mike Flynn. They knew things about Mike. Flynn business relationship that even Mike Flynn did no because I believe Mike Flynn was being setup. Mike Flynn was then pressured to sign a document the government newest false but only the government it knew Flynn didn't how because the government was spying on Flaine in his business parts. Flynn didn't have the information the government did so instead of the government warning him about what he was about the sign. The government said Hey buddy put your John Hancock on this form signed signed him and in turn there as a you lied Ding Ding Ding they may now. We're going to charge you what we would call intrepid and what I would call getting screwed over by your own government when you're a decorated general in the United States army and an American Patriot what happened to Flynn is an international galactic cosmic disgrace of the highest order now folks what happened this Guy David Letterman at the Department of Justice a lawyer for the Department of Justice knee deep in this whole spy gate debacle by the way was going some by like I said spy gate all he was in the National Security Division. He had an what was going on with Flynn. We Know Flint as far back as twenty fifteen is being spied on investigated aided. We know this there are people reporting on him to the United States government because he's an enemy of the Obama administration's Iran deal and Obama of course as the spy in his enemies because that's what they do now we starting to find out that the government may they have some information on flint so long short of it is they bring him in and this government lawyer David Letterman show who works at the National Security Division remember that at will come back in the second. That'll be very important. He works at the National Security Division with a guy pay attention to this one Lachmann goes up the Flynn and they pressuring them to sign this Farah document basically saying you were a lobbyist for a foreign government sinus document right Yeah Flint signs it but Flynn doesn't think he's lobbying for a foreign government so we tells the truth on the document. He thinks he's lobbying for a Dutch company. The government knows different show. The government knows that Dutch company has alleged ties to the Turkish government Flan doesn't know this. Are you tracking Joe you the audience on bugs. Men must stop me if this doesn't make sense we're on Flynn doesn't know flint thinks he's lobbying for a Dutch company but the government it knows because the government's been spying on Flynn and his business relationships they have them sign this form which he feels out. Honestly the government knows even though he's being honest. The government knows the form is going to be discredited and he will be accused of lying almost immediately now. How does the government have all this information on Flint? Oh Hat tip at techno underscore fog on twitter. He highlights these documents for everybody to put out there. Follow this guy for the best information out there. Here's a statement from the United States government is close to the courts and a court says if I may read it for purposes of the record the United States government is in possession of multiple independent pieces of information relating to the Turkish governments efforts to influence U._S. policy on Turkey the tool Ghulan including information formation lady to communications interactions and a relationship between Ekkamol Pitkin and Mike Flynn and I'll pickens engagement of Flynn because of Flynn's relationship with an ongoing presidential campaign without any reference to the defendant and they go through some other stuff there okay so the government is now having to admit the Flim case because Flynn's lawyers are saying double barrel Middle Finger Fellas. We're not really GONNA cooperate with you idiots anymore. The government is now forced forced to admit that they are in possession of a whole boatload of communications involving Flint's business interests g Joe. How do you think they got that because they were spying on Flynn and they set the guy up? This case is like we need that news explosion explosion. They knew on Tucker with me on front. We need we need. The explosion sands my face in this one. This case is exploding in their face like you wouldn't believe now what's the interesting new angle here. Remember this department Arment Justice National Security Division lawyer Pressures Flynn Yeah This Guy David Letterman to sign this document. The government noses false but Flynn doesn't yes. Yes Flint thinks he's working at a bank as I said on Friday eh legitimately copy the government knows the banks run by the mob. Flynn doesn't know that the government says sinus form saying you worked for the bank not the mob he signs liar. It's a mob bank heated no now we know they were spying. Government has to admit they have as communications now. Why is this Guy Lachmann? Why is this guy this come Laos mid my grandmother God rest or soul she river that all that old insult show your little Tad bit older than me your allow my grandmother used to? She never cursed she. Would I wish I could say my grandmother. takaiser Laos basically call them Laos men David Houseman so Laos men Pressures Flynn decide the for who does laugh men work with over at the Department of Justice National Security. Let's put up this old piece by Buddy Jeff Carlson another Primo tier one investigator out there. This is for May twenty-first 2018 by our buddy jeff who used to write it. The Markets Work John Carlin the former N._A._S._D.. Had who enabled the F._B._I.'s Carter page FIS war. That's the title the piece this will be in the show nuts. It's an older please please read it why because of this little portion of it. That'll probably open your eyeballs laugh. Men Works at the Department of Justice National Security Division which at one point point was headed by Johnny Carlin from the peace. Giancarlo was an assistant attorney general and had of the D._O._J.. National Security Division where Laos men who pressures Flynn to sign the form work on September Twenty Seven Twenty Sixteen Carl announced his resignation he formerly left the National Security Division October fifteen twenty sixty he'd been acting assistant attorney general and was confirmed in the spring of two thousand fourteen. Listen to this doozy Carlin Arlit previously served as the chief of staff to then F._B._i.. Director and I will add here and known witch-hunter Robert S. his last Oh do you bless paragraph. Carlin was replaced with Mary mcchord. What did Mary mcchord do she would later a company acting attorney general Sally Yates to the White House to talk to Don mcgann regarding in General Mike Flynn where she basically threatened on mcgann and told them to get rid of Mike Flu hokey Smith's blowing fifteen yards offense ladies and gentlemen this do this Guy Flynn steroid guy is there a guy in America's got worked over Worse Than Flynn so let me get this strain? Oh man laugh men in the National Security Division Asian works for Bob Muller Chief of Staff John Carman who's knee deep in this whole FIS agape thing right Carlin worked for Muller. They were buddies. He was his chief of staff so laugh Mints Clearly Briefing Carlin on his pressuring at least at or Mary mcchord at one point Mary mcchord who joins Sally Sally Yates at the White House to pressure the White House trump to get rid of flynn clearly Carlin's being briefed on this the whole time he leaves Mary mcchord takes over and then they go and pressure Flynn to sign a document because they've been spying on a whole time which they all know about that they know is false. Even o'flynn thinks it's true nothing to see here folks. Don't you worry about it. It's all legit our government's on the up and up. What a scam Gosh? I'm you know. Sometimes it shows rappaport. I I got I gotta get this okay couple more stories so the former ambassador to the United States who bash trump and cables and then he's now gone good seal later former ambassador. The United States is we're seeing this Daily Mail story. This is also up at the show notes at Bongino DOT COM Sir Kim Derek vouched ouch for steel. He basically said steel was absolutely legit. Now of course the press is the Daily Mail does good work sometimes so it's not them but the press is running with they're saying Look Ladies Gentlemen You you get where I'm going with this right. You're Christopher Super Steel who worked for Hillary to produce dirty dossier used to spy on the trump team now. We have this former U._k.. Ambassador saying well you know in a cable he thought he was legit. Ladies and gentlemen just quickly on this. This is bad for the Democrats either way why the media's pumping in this story and trying to make it out like hey look you know we all got Jose. Everybody thought steel was legit why they think this is a good story. They should've buried this thing like they bury all the other stories because this is a disaster because there's only one of two possible scenario number one. If Sir Kim Derek former United Kingdom Ambassador to the United States doesn't like trump by the way if he's right and Christopher Steele is legit then this little note that Kathleen Cavalier took while interviewing Christopher Steele about his sources sources this little note is big trouble Joe so Christopher Steele is legit notice how we circled this there then the fact that steel told the State Department official and his two sources were to Russian disinformation specialists. You can see it on the screen now the note electronic offense Surkov sources. That's what he told the State Department then the Democrats are in a world of trouble because they have now owned the Russian collusion scandal. You give them going this to media so we all thought Christopher Steele was a jet okay okay if he's legit then he's legitimately colluding with two Russian disinformation sources. He told us where resources the Russian collusion scandals yours that thank you hand off. It's been the bunk down the trump upside now. It's yours now. You can explain why you're legit. Source was colluding with two Russian disinformation specialist good luck. The second option of course is the always not legit and everybody from the U._K.. Ambassador to the United States to the F._B._i.. To the CIA to British Intel am I five six and others all got worked by the sky and Joe how many of them actually verified is information <hes> that's not a heart that's zero at heart zero heart zero that is as zero goose egg minimum because the dossier has already been discredited. It is false. This story doesn't work for the media either way either way <hes> either you fell for this because you're a sucker or the guy was legit and was working with Russians Russians colluding to influence our election. There's no option C.. Folks thank you all right. Let's during the day this and this guy's been doing amazing work and I can't recommend you support him enough. Go to his twitter account number ways okay support his work but andy no at Andy. No excuse me at Mr Andy no NGO on twitter. He's an actual journalist who has been doing incredible work. Just showing the public the danger of Antifa he has been documenting the rise of these these terrorists Maniac Anti First Amendment savages back since two thousand eighteen so here's a tweet he put up this weekend. The Guy who showed up in case you missed an antique for Thug showed up at an ice facility and tried to bomb it. He showed up with a rifle. He was killed by police in Tacoma. Here's Anthony knows tweety says here's my video which catch captures the Sky Willem van sprints in the J. B. J. C. N. T. militia member who was killed yesterday outside the Tacoma Washington is for city police say he arrived with a rifle and began to firebomb the place and attempted to make a tank explode hat tip at Mr Andino. Here's his video which he put out on his twitter feed of this guy who showed up trying to blow up the facility facility from ANTIFA Adnan t rally in two thousand eighteen check this out just go fascists. Go Fascist mashes go go <music>. Go Ladies Gentlemen Mr Andy No exposing these people for their there. He was right there in the background that Guy Ville Willem van sprints send who's <hes> no more with us was taken out by the police after trying to attack a Tacoma Washington ice facility. These people ladies and gentlemen are terrorists thug savage animals hat tip and dino for exposing them for exactly Glee what they of course the media won't touch it because ANTIFA hates trump and the media is not real media anymore. People like Andy. No are so nice work support him. If you can all right folks thank you. I was a very energetic show. We'll be like it was really excited about it again. I know you liked it. Show so I I can always tell Joe's vibes right away. 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Episode 164: A New Cinematic Universe Has Entered the Chat: Oscar Buzz Edition

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Episode 164: A New Cinematic Universe Has Entered the Chat: Oscar Buzz Edition

"Isn't it funny. How the rise of Skywalker has completely melted away from the public consciousness in a matter of weeks and the rise the last Jedi is still being talked of as is still being talked about? Riser skywalker was such a facile nightmare. That we just we we were holding onto it for a second and then we realized we didn't love it and we let it go Yeah in very tired of having to explain to my friends who didn't like the last Jedi. Why I didn't like the rise of Skywalker and I just have to wonder? Is this the star wars fatigue that everyone was talking about. Welcome back to zero credits. Twenty twenty edition the show. We talk about things. My Name's future Henry and I'm Babu fricks evil brother Papa. Fuck and together a Henry Babu fuck coming out here to discuss the cultural happenings of that Zeitgeist here and the Year Uh of our Lord Twenty twenty our lord of course being the hamburglar because we live in the Weirdest time-line Rob Lowe Rabble John Today makes our marks two weeks for me two weeks sober indeed January dry anuary. I've been sober for two weeks. Six and I've been drinking coke zero at an alarming rate to cope. I now you might remember from the last episode where we talked about how it Australia annually for me as well. Yes you're drinking a nice refreshing coke zero. I abandoned dry annually less than twenty four hours after the podcast aired. 'cause already funny bunny drinking. Fresh Mondello chill. Lada is a malted beverage with tomatoes. Salt and lime. Oh how interesting. What's the alcohol does multiple tomato? nope just beer beer just high. Abd Beer that's pretty delicious. Actually now I taste it but I can't. You can't beard tomatoes surprisingly solid Combo. I've never had one of these before. But they came recommended to me and they are dirt. Bert jeep reminds me of a bloody Mary. Because that's that's tomato isn't it. Yeah or a or Mitchell auto which is what this is never had a Mitchell out of no. It's it's a tomato juice beer alignments of salt sometimes hot sauce so kind of like a beer bloody mary. Yeah Yeah Beeri. Mary Beeri Mary. Sorry I it's weird. John Having been sober these past two weeks. Because I've never done this on purpose before like there have been stretches of time where I didn't drink but that was mainly when I was in college and I couldn't afford to keep alcohol in the house now the days like we went to a movie and I had to order coke. Zero to keep afloat. We go to restaurants and they can't get a drink i. I'm starting to realize how hard it is to be an alcoholic. Yeah because I mean it's everywhere it's it's very omnipresent and for me the thing that I'm finding I guess illuminating about this because I've been doing dry January's for a long time but try January's became a a normal annual function for me during the years. Here's where I would binge drink and drink to excess blackout. You Know College College. And I've been doing those to kind of a reset and I slowly slowly realised over the course of the first few days of January where broke every promise is that I've developed into a person who genuinely likes the taste of beer. Yeah and so. It broke Dra January when I went to go see a movie that will never be discussed. Okay and I found on myself Almost like Muscle Memory Nada decision that was made intelligently about thirty minutes into the movie after we had eaten her food taking out. The Lao Ov Draft House Order Card and putting in Stone Tangerine Dream Okay hazy injuring Ip. That I really like and ordered I drank it and I looked at the glass on associate. Beer counts now because I don't get drunk off just drinking beer typically unless I'm drinking with a mission so I didn't thank of beer as counting just thought of it as like a drink so I'm on the right head space to do a dry annually right now just because I don't want to give up beer but I don't know yeah it's what you're doing. Noble keep doing it. It's very it's it's interesting because you know I joke the last week I'm glad I know I'm not an alcoholic now because I can keep doing this but I was playing a little game called Disco Elise. Oh a gaming in potential game of the previous year and now that finished. I absolutely agree that it is game of the year. Sure but It's a game filled with with drugs and alcohol to excess You can really become like a crazy crazy party animal or do what I did and become completely sober and a game that punishes you for being sober. Yes and in this game. tech space. There's a few voice acting but it really here and there but there is a character who was just talking about about beer and I had a weird weird H in my brain. That's like Oh man mm-hmm it reminded me when I watched mad men for a season and a half every time somebody walks into a room in that Shell they start pouring whiskey. Yeah it made me want the drink and just text game made me want to want to drink just from this this drunk homeless man talking about how good beers now it's like. Wow this sucks. I can't wait for January to be over and it's a pervasive threat and for what it's worth I don't know how much reading you've done about Disco Kazeem but a studio zome Zao. Who made? Yeah this is our first game. It is their first game of the writers developers are ex drug addicts and alcoholics Hollick Slough CA. So what they did was for a character who is the character that you play. has an obsessively obsessively compulsive personality. Yeah and they try. Because he's a character in a previous life badly abused drugs alcohol and they leveraged that to make drugs and alcohol. Sound extremely appealing. Yeah it's very hard to be sober in that game. Am I started the game being one hundred percent sober and eventually okay. I'll smoke. Yeah Oh really yeah. My character smokes but he doesn't drink which which works out because the cool thing about drugs in Disco Elise young they make you better for an immediate tradeoff. Yeah so if you drink if you smoke it makes you smarter. If you drink it makes you stronger and also does a really cool thing where if you increase your stats. While you're high or smoking. Smoking drinking they won't go back down. So you can like unlock higher tiers of things by binging. Yeah which is really cool. I played Devin tire game completely sober and even unlocked the The thought the mind thought experiment thought cabinet a breath to kick the habit that took days to complete. Yeah and upon completing the message that guy. That was congratulations. You're sober at boring. How good for you in minus penalty minus penalty minus penalty plus one to something like wait three minuses for getting sober and plus one Mike Skill? I didn't even use so good good but at the end of the game which I will never talk about but it really came in handy for this one part. It's a very good game. It's a very very good game. That is eminently appealing. So let me A. Let's do a very slight disco elise aside okay. Because because I want to demonstrate how amazing this game is also booking pretty hard not having done this with your character okay. The realtor compared characters completely different. Yes I was a strength guy and a WHO is an insane Communist. My my guy was A supernatural believer that supernatural suppo lateral believer who objects talk to him. Yes who was completely week and completely dumb but surprisingly quick I was. I was a super strong maniac communist who obsessed about people's sexualities and US and assess their bodies and every given moment teaser options. So you got absolutely there. You can unlock a special skill that allows you to stop freaking vote. People sexualities every time you meet them in the game. That rarely came up. But the first thing you do the first puzzle I issued a solve. Which takes much longer than you would imagine what it because it's realistically weekly? And compellingly. Complicated is removing a dead body from a tree Bind the restaurant Bar Hotel. You're staying in. I'm kind of ashamed. Aimed let me ask you about how you got it down. Okay because there's a lot that goes on that would be really long story but the armor that he's wearing. Oh did you get the armor quest was getting the armory goal of yours. It was. Did you get it. I got everything saying that. The you didn't get the boots. I did not get the BOOT so and the game name told me like in the failed quest misset mission said don't feel Don't be so hard on yourself. If you sent the body away for processing processing without getting the boots and I was like wait I failed. The message disappeared forever way. No Yup come back. I had no I I thought maybe there because I didn't WanNa make my little Guy Mad. You didn't WanNa make What's his name? Can you didn't want him to get mad. Let me tell you now I get those boots you got those boots and this is one of many ways you can get the boots selling kin goes to sleep. Yeah you have the the the night of uptown. I left the body for additional autopsy. Work you returned to the body. You remove the boots however. The body is in such a state of decomposition decomposition. That one boot is removed clean. The other takes the lower half of along with it. And you have a rotten leg that you have to surreptitiously asleep carry around and not speak to people while you have. How do you get rid of the rotten leg in the boot? Turns out one the ways to do it is to sneak into the kitchen at night of the hotel and boil the meat out of the boots giant in a giant pot and have a lot of incredible dialogue. Were to pretend to be a chef. Will Your boiling rotten meat out of these boots and then you have to live with the consequences of what you did to that. Get you in the next day. My guess so good thriller game. It's highly recommend. I can't I can't even describe how much like disco leasing. My very very badly need to finish the last five or so hours of that game. The studio devs did did an interview with some podcast. Were they explain. Basically what almost broke the game stuff like that The thought cabinet was like a a an eleventh hour. Addition that really makes the game but they could not get it to work for some reason but The they talked about how they wanNA take everything they did in this game. And in the sequel set in the same world expand on it by adding adding like combat and stuff and he can't make a game even better. It's not allowed. I have utmost faith in them there. They're they're they're very very very they're very good. Let's move I talk a way for I know and it deserves it but also I feel like people need to experience that for themselves. It's it's great. It's a great point and click adventure game. Yes yes it's it's all the best parts of plane scape torment icewind Dale and Baldur's gate. which is the parts where you're not having combat and you're just exploring labyrinthine dialogue trees? It's amazing which brings us to our next topic. How not really? Oh there's gotta a good segue okay but it is that time of the year. It's the most wonderful time I'm the now this brings us to the most Contentious time of the year. That's right those Nam Nam Nam. All the stars there's are popping and people are talking for cheers engine. The Golden Globes are over. Yeah that happened. Opened the Oscar noms or out the Oscar. noms came out this past Monday morning and all of the twitter was a buzz and all facebook was the buzz in all of my household was a buzz because I really like watching the Oscars. They are important to me and and I can't explain why other than it's a weird fantasy. Were one day I too will stand up and be a straight white male receiving the trophy for for doing my job. That's pretty good dream. The Oscars nonce came out in a really really big plants glossing over it. Overview overview is. It's very white. It's very white and overwhelmingly male Yeah so like in categories were both men and women can be nominated they weren't it was just men. Yeah and in categories where people of all creeds and colors can be nominated. They were there easily white except for one supporting supporting actress. Yes now oh sorry and also one director. Here's US me yes hello. Let's talk about a lot of dealers. Doing #oscarssowhite Oscars so mail now. Everyone's time let me back up what people well don't realize I must say on Tonio vendors is not white anti-ship definitively not wait. I didn't read this list. Yeah let's keep going now. What people aren't talking about is the Oscars? Yes this year are overwhelmingly white and male. But that's because the Oscar Committee they've been keeping US under grasp what they're going to introduce women's Oscar going to be called the W Oscar screw loss cours. And you know that's where that's where all the women will live from now on will live. Yeah the live with the Wa- Scher's It's interesting but you just glance down Nino the the titles of the movies that are nominated for these things and you get a real feel that. Hey maybe you know sorry movies that come amount any other time of year but from November to the twenty first those movies that come out. They're the only ones that ever actually get looked at. Yeah and that's so stupid you are not wrong other takeaways. A rubber. There was a time in this podcast gas where we made fun of a movie than we saw the movie ended up doing a supplemental reading kind of about it. And then you never talked about it again yet jokers nominated for Eleven Oscars. Yes it is nominated for Eleven Oscars. I think I was talking to hugh about this via text message but I think that the the backlash curve on joker is very fascinating. Yeah because there was the media made fun of it before it came came out because of course they did. Yeah people made. Of course I mean leading up to their level of Weird fearmongering and mockery and then people saw of course and then had a genuine appreciation for it and realize that I. I think they'd agree with me that I think that joker is like a kind of a work of art. It's it's really impactful and well done and then almost immediately backlash again. Backlash usually takes a couple months. But it's like there was a there was a flat line. Flat line was where the backlash lived. And that spiked. Okay I saw. The movie is pretty good and then immediately just went back to not at all time of the movies artistic merit or its performances or anything just like deriding it for its existence but also deriding it for its existence with Nell L. meaningful criticisms about it either their criticisms to be made about joker. But it's like rolling is being like. Oh congratulations director director of the hangover part through my no we get the todd. Phillip Sucks we get. His movies are great and he doesn't deserve an award but also it was a good movie. The joker was good in. Yeah I guess we could get into an argument about how much you could attribute that to Todd Phillips erection minimally I would hope we would hope but the academy did nominate him for best director. I in no way want him to win. And and we can kind of both agree. That Walking Phoenix drove that movie during the Golden Globes. The the the score ranger. What do you call? That person taker. Roser the composer jober. She attributed what she gave to the movie to walking Phoenix. Yes and she. She thanked him for giving her so much to work with in order to make the film score. Yes so that's like already a huge driving force away from Todd Phillips so at the Academy one of the say yeah the movies good. We can nominated for best picture but let's not nominate top Filipino. Gerd but I Greta Gerwig GERWIG. I always combined her name. Kurt agree wig. Did a really good adaptation of little women than that rearranges the away the story is told why maybe maybe she gets. Yeah for Phillips. Yeah No I. I don't think you you should say the top Phillips is a great director to the best of my understanding. A lot of what made joker good was made up on the spot and the saved in the editing bay. So it's a masterfully edited movie. That was loose enough that there was a lot of room for interpretation. Improvisation it seems like a lot of that paid off significantly definitely. Was Tom Phillips. The reason that movie was great most likely not because I don't know that he's made a lot of good stuff before. Yeah here's where I get mad. That joker so here's here's a category called adapted screenplay nominees. Yes you've got. The Irishman screenplay played by Steven Zaillian adapted from Jimmy. HOFFA's biography yeah. I heard the paint houses. Don't they wait. No that's I heard. They shoot horses. I heard you paint houses Joe Joe Rapid for Judah rapid screenplay by TYCO TD adapted of course remind Com from little women written for the screen by Greta. GERWIG adapted from little women the two popes written by Anthony McCartan McCartan adapted from real life. Yes there were two popes little two popes and then this is the one that gets me joker written by Todd Phillips and Scott Silver adapted. From what the this joker story has never existed. I mean maybe there are some carry over to like the red hood stuff but not all that really. Yeah he's a failed comedian. I guess yeah I mean I mean I guess that one gear but still like you can't point to a single story and say like we adapted the only thing is like in the maybe in the opening credits or the closing credits is based upon characters created by DC. And that's all they needed. That almost need an excuse to suck jokers. Dick the joker nominated in that category not adapted from anything. The only thing of borrows a character in a setting or a couple of characters doctors in a setting from DC comics completely. It's an original story those characters that doesn't need to be in this category. As we've discussed those characters are almost most unrecognizable as those characters so that that's bullshit. Yeah Joker should not be nominated for eleven things no so at least take that one away right then at least eight the director away yes and so it should be nominated for nine things. has there ever been a nominee a credible nominee for best picture. Where it's director was not nominated? Probably that has happened before I I wouldn't. I don't have that knowledge on hand but I would say it's possible astle. It's possible indeed now because I think like I don't know the I mean we're okay you can have up to ten best S. picture nominees. Yeah you can only have five director nominees. Yeah but I just feel like a credible on I guess. I don't know what you're saying you know. We've we know. Look at that list of ten best pictures we know five Mark GonNa make them. We don't nine of them are only be one winner. John John You know what I mean Vegas odds well anyway. There's not a lot of other notable standouts other than parasite is up for best S. Picture and best director but none of the actors or actresses were nominated in any capacity. It's a classic thing that happens all foreign films unless they're French but otherwise those people typically are nominated which is a huge thing and especially especially people from Asian countries are armless never nominated for Oscars because American media has a big Asian racism problem. Oh Yeah Breakfast at Tiffany's Tiffany's Anthony's recipes. But I do think it's great that parasite is nominated outside of just the foreign film category -solutely big big win For a year at the Oscars as just real bullshit I mean honestly looking at the other titles on this I think think parasites should absolutely take it but I know it won't yes because as I was saying to you that's not GonNa win anything. Adam McKay adaptation. And we'll talk about the Adam McKay the potential Adam McKay. Hbo Adaptation of Parasite. So I saw that headline and I'll I responded responded to it on twitter two words but why yeah and that was probably our most liked tweet for the week. It's just to make it white light to make an American but here's so my. My greater concern is is one of artistic integrity. Pretty you remember the big short at the picture. I like the big short to play written by Adam McKay it is adapted from a textbook. Book from Yeah basically a shitty book but it's adapted by McKay director by Adam McKay he. Here's my concern about Adam. Mckay I think that the big short you're is laudable in absolutely wins for adapted screenplay because it was great from textbook they adapted so well My concern is I don't feel like Adam. Mackenzie is very good. Telling stories of the disenfranchised because the true story of the two thousand eight financial prices those of the People's whose lives at destroyed and he decided to make a movie that largely exonerated a bunch of Vampiric Wall Street fucks walks And I think that the big shorts of fine movie But we can't overlook the fact that it it's central heroes are like pretty brazen he's an nihilistic capitalists who ruined a lot of people's lives it didn't ruin people's lives as badly as the people actually started subprime mortgage lending but they certainly profited off of it and the movie only kind of makes it seem like that was a bad thing so putting parasite a movie that is entirely about the plight of the lower classes to an unassailable upper class. It Adam McKay's hands seems irresponsible. I hope it. It doesn't get made by a guy I hope beyond hopes it does doesn't go anywhere and it shouldn't go anywhere because the movie is Great. Just I see the movie. Yeah it is. It is the two lowest forms of art which it which is an adaptation of existing foreign work largely unchanged change and of miniseries the two lowest of the low forms of art. You could shoot for and it doesn't need to be many series. Why would you make it longer? He doesn't need that. He'll source material. Anything then what it already is. Erdogan adapted into bite sized. Five minute episodes. Yes I'm going to take. Listen I know little women was good but I'm gonNA dappling women to be male and Youtube base At all male Youtube based reproduction of little women called big men. Big Man big into now. I just discovered a new SNOB. John John A Lazily scrolling through this list Achievement Music writing achievement of music written for motion pictures original original song nominees. I can't let you self throw a can't let you throw yourself away from toy story four. I'm GonNa love me again from rocket. Get Man I'm standing with you from break through. have no idea of what either of those things are into the unknown from frozen to Kazan to the announcing it saw stand up from Harriet. Missing from this list is Taylor Swift's contribution to acts acts Completely snubbed now for what it's worth. It is songwriting and Taylor. Contribution was a rewritten Bombali. Serena's song it was an original song. Is it original. Yeah she worked with Andrew. Lloyd Webber Yes. I'm sure to to write a new song song to be inconsiderate. Actually cats anywhere on this list. I think we missed. Its political message which was put. PUT US in The award show. Did you not see the the message at the end of the movie. I didn't see cats. Oh Shit okay well. There's a so the director Tim. Hooper whatever said that we missed a political message of cats. But if you're eagle-eyed you notice it because at the end it says does this film is dedicated to the brain muhajideen fighters in Afghanistan. Awhile yeah I I didn't realize mess it but eagle-eyed viewer is be aware so I mean there's a ton more snubs like a Terron Eggerton was completely passed over for rocket man even though of what was it called Bohemian rhapsody one last year even though the really Shitty Shitty Lee made film I'm over music by pex but he look dim Bryan singer. Do we have today. Did like eighty percent of his. Yeah a Strategy Malik. Got So many laurels and awards words for the lip synching to the music. Yeah Taron Egerton Sang for real in a style of Elton John on Elton John and he got completely passed over. That's just sad. That's because we simulations more than we like reality. I think we also just. I don't think the academy likes Elton. John that seems about right I increasingly disliked the Oscars but audrain the why they exist. They don't have a host where they don't have a host this year. Second year in a row no host WHO's GONNA host it. A bunch of different people are GonNa Alight Present Awards Snow House. You'll have an Oscar party. Dish have announced February. What hope it's not the fifteenth now? It wouldn't be that. I think it's before that that you wear a ninth. Yeah let's do it. Oscar Party Oscar Party. We could do the same thing where we made bets. I knew by everyone the prize kicking my bedsheets. Be A bet. Parasite doesn't win this At parasite pretty good bet pretty pretty good bet. So those were the Oscar I. I don't think they deserve anymore. Conversations has has largely their disappointing and two thousand fifteen th on sixteen. There was like a real push to highlight and and lift up different varied backgrounds and diversity all that and it builds the show you that they didn't really care it's here. We are in two thousand twenty representing the Year Twenty nineteen and They they don't care they. Oh Yeah Martin. Scorsese did a bunch largest staff by white men. Hollywood white man. Hollywood has a fantastically short memory now. Speaking of movies I've got some movie press hot off the presses. The movie press of movie press. They're shaped like reels of film. They are Shabelle reels of film if they come out like can little ticker tape. Now I don't know if you've heard about this. But if you have this news is probably going to excite you quite a bit. Oh my God they finally did it. Now let's talk about you and I as the listeners. The fans now. We're fans of a cinematic universe. Yes we are fans cams of fans of quite a few cinematic universe actually. I don't think there's a cinematic universe we've seen that we don't like whip by one in cinematic universe stands above all in our hearts in our esteem that we are most excited about and that is of course Henry Henry. I'll me yes that is of course you want to say at the same time no just you you want me to say yeah the cinematic universe that we love all right. It's gotTA gotta be without a doubt the dark universe universe starring the mummy the Wolfman Tom Cruise and is I'm sure there's more monsters in there. That's right the venom verse Sony Pictures Studios Way and its ensuing. Cinematic Universe has announced more BS. Morpheus at second entry now you Mike Kennedy a cinematic universe. If that movie more BS hasn't even come out yet it. It's a cinematic universe in the making look. Benham is the observable cinematic universe or more BS exists on the deep reaches is a venom verse space. So for those of you who are not aware of this A trailer dropped this very day. Where one jared Leto goes around and just talks at people and the life literally drains out of them because he is such a boring person? Now Jared Leto. Oh that's not who I was gonNA say more now. Real heads out there know that more BS is the most fascinating multifaceted villain in the Marvel Universe and that he is a vampire who doesn't have half of the cool should vampires out so he he can't cross running water he can cross wrong all so that that's a strength. No he can't eat garlic garlic strength of those string straight candy. Any turn into a bat absolutely and I wouldn't be able to do that now. More busy go into the sun. Yes I believe. So what's the point now. Now more BS was a man with a blood to sickness. I believe house sickle cell anemia. Who like like all your Classic Marvel All your classic villains? In general there people with a problem who going for a simple procedure and come up forever changed so as I will on Friday because because I went to the dentist last week and I get a lot of stuff man tooth man now morpheus. Loves blood loves blood. Kinda vet. Can't skip or jump. Let me go ahead and look a a list of more be as-as power is because look totally forgotten them. I don't I've never heard of Moebius. Is He a good villain for Spiderman way in that. Is he a a good person no like as he wants Spiderman is he. Where would you what Batman equivalent villain? Would it be you know like the Taylor's Great Dr Freeze Great Joker of course like all these grades and then he got scarecrow and Brayshaw Goule well not wearing the Batman scale rogues but for spider man got to be number one more visas the best villain Amorebieta Arbia says name more. The Living Vampire Aka Dr Michael Moore BS PhD MD.. So it was a doctor with a blood disease his powers here's our genius. Level intellect trained biologists and biochemists superhuman strength speed and durability flight hypnotism accelerated healing factor her and reliance on consumer human blood okay so he would evolve a Batman villains. I would like him to Superman. Yeah he's like a blood to superman blood blood superman so he's obviously number. One looking forward to more of US looking forward to jared leto putting in another great villain performance on the Comic Book Universe. I eight can't believe were at this point in our life where Sony is moving forward with the numbers not with Venom too but with this movie that nobody knew about With more here to make a venom to and that's when Venom and more BS team up I thought Villanova it was gonna be. They're gonNA bring carnage in they are actually Bringing carnage is so so it's Venom Three Three Veneman. More team against carnage because carnage is crazy. Okay can't be stopped yeah that's a did you ever I never saw him. We should see venom. We should we C- we should see 'em hum holiday cinematic universes that we love very much for the record. Please don't put us on the please. Please don't quiz us I just I. There's a lot that goes into investing in time and money to see these films. That are are so good. They're very good. I from what. They're they're exceptionally good. Now I can tell Henry that you're a little you're not pleased by. You're not as pleased by more than wanted you to be and I plan for this. Because there's a certain amount of not that sets in when you're exposed to all these different cinematic universes so I feel like maybe you might have some kind of cinematic universe fatigue league. Tell me if you experiencing sim those walking around feeling of Malays you look at your collection of all your dark cinematic universe movies as you look at your collection of your marvel cinematic movies your fast and furious and matic or your venom verison matic all one copy the Charlie's angels cinematic universe. You look at all of those. Can't they're just be something new right while have I got news is for you a new thing with the announcement of blood shot starring VIN diesel. I now welcome view to the valiant comics. Cinematic Universe shh stop. What is what else can I saw? I did see a poster surfer bloodshot today and bloodshot and I'll be on bloodshot a so. I read a lot of value comics. I think they were published through dark horse. Maybe I liked a lot of the weird dark steph. When I was a kid in the nineties I read a lot of value comics and blood shots? Whole deal I believe is he was a blood? Thirsty mafia a member who murdered way literally bloodthirsty not literally. That's morpheus Gods But he was a bloodthirsty member of the mob killed indiscriminately. Only really awful but he went into the witness protection program. They said the only way will protect you if you signed for this thing like project. Rising Phoenix Sir. Whatever as some site suicide squad some type of suicide squad but they infected with Nanhai tes? Nanno machines the narrow sheets. It's wipe his memory. Make him a brand new man a hyper skilled genetic soldier who has no memory of being this violent awful awful mafia man so he has to take revenge. I think on people who were in the Mafia as he learns the crimes that he was responsible for starring Vin diesel as bloodshot. Okay now I know you're really excited to see bloodshot. Starring Vin Diesel Fultz K. The flood gates are open to the valiant comics. Cinematic Universe let let me read for you the heavy hitters the great characters that are being brought over the Ip upon Ip doing brought brought into these The volume comic over X.. Oh man a war were bloodshot. Of course you already mentioned shadow man from from that Nintendo sixty four game called shadow men Archer and Armstrong Eternal Warrior named Jack Faith Herbert the Tonio. Obey the alive wire the time Walker for the time locker. Man It's GonNa be it's GonNa be the doctor strange it's going to be pretty divisive hard. Core H. J. D. C. O. R. P. S. SOLAR WAY MASTER AUSTER Dark Awry. Magnus the robot fighter Peter Stand check was the do the marines sis films over ventures. Believe me there's a point mother. God mother God's that's going to be there captain. Marvel turn it all around and of course Turok the dinosaur Turok the mother fucking looking dinosaur on Third Mike Yacht all right fuck all all. I'll start off with bloodshot with vin diesel. Cher second movie for this the valiant comics cinematic universe absolutely one hundred with abode aero needs to be Turok dinosaur hunters second movie. You are kidding me. If it's not Theresa Arabia Dinosaur Dirac Dinosaur Hunter. They have fucked up. Yeah and they need to reboot like universal reports. The dark cinematic universe having five years and the DART over with Iraq dinosaur hunter imagine how good the Turok seeds seeds of evil movie would be great. Now how people don't realize in the nineties valiant comics were huge shadow. Man was a pretty good sixty four game. TUROK was incredible. Iraq was unbelievable. I didn't even know it was a comic comic-book. Yeah absolutely Shitty Shitty Comic Book. We'll call it bad but imagine the TUROK movie. The movie would be great but who would play Turok. It's gotta be Vin diesel now. It can't be he's bloodshot. He's already bloodshot. Who Do we know? Aw undiscovered native American talent who is just waiting champing at the fit who who keeps doing little bit parts in Longmire and stuff hoping for one Monday to see that the call for additions for Turok like did they got into acting solely to play DIRAC. I have to be ah so honest with you. I just had a moment where I envisioned in my mind. We see a trailer before one of these. You Know Shady movies you and I watch which. Oh Yeah. Like I don't know departed. Yeah trailer before. You know the the remake of the departed in our draft house and we see breath and this teaser material this trailer. Yeah but there's like a sweeping lush vistas right right and we see like Release Scott Tie Ridley Scott type and then we see like rustling in foliage right. Okay and then I'm sor. We see shadows starting back and forth phase we see something being devoured underneath the the planet coverage then up POPs the head of a velociraptor after read with Gore looks towards the camera. Though what is this a Jurassic Park movie and then you hear a bow string fullback cut to black and you hear him. I Say I am Turock like he collects all the things Turok. Dinosaur owner of theater goes wild. Yeah people throw their shoes at the screen. It's play them the I I imagined that And Got Goosebumps after I mark out so hard hard. If I saw that teaser before movie I would go insane. Yeah give us give us her. bloodshot sure diesel. Now people people are like. Is this the new chronicles of Riddick. And they'll be confused or like we'll up into the last witch under and whatever. Yeah and go see it. Because he's got his demographic but Dan generalize arrive this weird the sequel to find me guilty where he was fat at her. I know most VIN diesel movies. Turns out okay find me guilty Tara Turok you were lulling me to sleep with all of the the names of the Valley Comic Heroes. Then you picked me right back up of TOROC. Yeah no pizza there captain America. Oh absolutely yeah in that well. So this is a Central Fabric plot. This is silly aside but I recently watched all of them are GonNa Matic Universe movie all twenty two something like that washed wonder honor to a night for like a month wow me and alison. We really plugged through. She watched her up without me though. So I'll never forgive. That's one of the best last one. We got dark world together. But YOU'RE GONNA rock but that's not a good trade thrill disgusting and the more I think about added those movies. Were just kind of about iron man and Captain America. Yeah that's kind of that's the driving force of marvel because they couldn't get spider-man lightermen. Yeah yeah the Big Three Marvel or those two iron man Captain America an Spiderman. Yeah you know they're okay. Those movies are fun. They're fine. They got better. They got that it started out really good and then they got. There was a lull. They recovered yeah absolutely. Yeah not excited for future marvel movies they are over this all all say star wars over the valiant comics. Cinematic Universe Ver- here to stay here to stay as long as Iraq is the second one absolutely nuts Mr nightmare absolutely now. That's all I had to save a bloodshot okay. The more recent bloodshot befriends different cinematic universe in our shell the to meet though they're being produced by Sony. Oh that's silly it's interesting not Sony. What is what if Sony said Okay Getting Spiderman into the numbers but what if we move the value it comics peo- into verse alert? Listen we'll just have to call up valiant comics H. Q.. Just to see and they like call a valiant comics H. Q.. It smash cuts to a ringing phone. zooms out and then. There's just a bunch of skeletons holding revolvers Alvarez in their hands around phone covered in cobwebs because they've been dead since the ninety S. How would they get cobwebs? spider-man's not under movies did they don't have the rights to cobweb spider Manson while they're covered in Venom symbiotic symbiotic. Wed Yes semiotics weather man. It's exhausting just thinking about all that we are. You actually excited for Morpheus. This was a bit flip. There were so excited a never going to see that movie unless I had some kind of of Or waiting lists for ours or keep keep hoping we wake up to that email while four we as a society decide that we should see it as a supplemental reading okay. I'd I be more on the scene. Dead Schon talking about the Morpheus. The fuck is dead. Shot bloodshot sorry there to let Desch devs will will. Smith's character from suicide squad will be will Smith now. He's not an and will be no character that in replaced they didn't put dead shouted shouted in reply. Harley Quinn is still Margot Robbie this is so fucking Dumb Alba's in it but not as well. That's good I think I think they plunk. Will Smith output all band. That would feel a little racist. The yeah the different character. Yeah Yeah Danes goes like well. Obviously I can't do that. I know it feels like why. Shut up w w what if we took old footage of will Smith and super on another actor and also like deep faked his license. What are you doing? Let's not make me remember. Brought a curse at a movie that I Never WanNa talk about. We'll talk about again. It's been it's been a while John. It's been a minute. We just started a movies for a really long time. But I got one of my patented adding to every once in a while. I had like a weird conspiracy theory than bulbs music. Yes I have another one of those third one. My third want the trilogy continue. Yes do you remember the other two Somewhat there was one that was like Saul Steinberg ghosts a lot I wanted to do about not for the never actually came shish something that you confided in there was the one that was Putting the marketing for Mick Jagger I SALUTE LINE MR the second one might have been the ghost one. I don't remember but now I've got my third conspiracy involving music third theory. This one as all good trilogies do ties into nine eleven great. That's just like all good trilogy is. Every one of the three star. Wars trilogies have tied to nine eleven. Of course we know Star Wars episode one. It opens interestingly with nine eleven happening which is amazing. Amazing considering came on nineteen ninety eight really confusing. Yeah People's every saw that coming and we George Lucas is a real visionary and then of course the the four five and six came up in the seventies also ended with footage of nine eleven. Yeah and then. Of course the the new movies all right well just nine. A lot changed on that that people they in America. I don't feel like I feel like there is a harsh moratorium field being able to say that phrase anymore and and one of the most egregious changes resulting from. Let's say the one of the a lot changed a lot those really one of the most egregious what is the most egregious resolve. Wasn't maybe the so you'd put it alongside. Inside the death of thousands of Americans the the the changing of America for six seven years into a bloodthirsty war hawk ethnos date tate the destabilization of the Middle East and the current political crisis. We're in right. Now it's alongside those things uh-huh I'm really glad you're here to substance comparison because it might be worse. Great Great One stickney. Just things Out of nine eleven can't according to this can picks conspiracy. I get is that nine. Eleven was the the first domino on a long chain of dominoes. There's two domino's one falls onto the domino. They didn't fall on each other. But okay for this falls down. I guess they fell down. Didn't fall sideways sideways or nine. Eleven the first domino in the terminating down of the largest one scenario the bigger yes is fifty shades. It's of gray allow Milan so this isn't a music. Conspiracy is so you mean to tell me I'm going to frame story. You hear okay. You mean to tell me that by the end of this movie we're going to understand the connection between lean the nine eleven attacks on the ultimate release of fifty shades of grey. And it's going to happen really really quick of so. Don't blink okay. Gerard Gerard Way personally witnessed the twin towers falling while on a ferry to New York City. The lead singer of my chemical romance. It's event inspired him to start my chemical romance as the result Stephanie. Meyer used him in the band's music for inspiration for twilight okay as a result of that book L. James Twilight Fantastic. That eventually became the best selling book. Fifty appreciate gray you know. That's not that far of conspiracy leap. It's actually like when I call the conspiracy. This is just a chain of causality so you mean to tell me that. The event now through our country into bond to the to the George W Bush presidency also Peru Atul Jane Grey. I don't know any also so no. No no Jane. Grey and grey gardens it through Jane Grey Grey Gardens Dorian Gray so it through no not only our country into bondage but also our un-imaginative housewives into bondage literally yes credible I wouldn't call them. un-imaginative engineer call them uninspired. They had known that bond was a thing you could do until they read about it in a book. That gets it wrong Tom. How much of that whole phenomenon isn't the the sudden awakening of bondage but the fantasy of having the attention of a very rich man? I feel like it's pretty close to equal yeah Yeah no I I also I read the first fifty shades of Grey Book. Oh you did yeah I read alongside my significant other at the time who was also reading it and recommended it to me. That's a shame. He really elite just seems like it's You just want money. I never realized my chemical romance dance was a product of the Post. Nine eleven world absolutely is always pictured them more of like a fall out boy having existed before now the If we think about both things that straddle the nine eleven line that couldn't survive we have of course yu-gi-oh what didn't you come up pre-nine Eleven yes. So you know is pretty nine eleven quick. I feel like nine eleven killed you potential. I don't know the worst things to happen on nine. Eleven but there there's a whole other series called yu-gi-oh gs you're right. They just rebranded. I never watched the show that much. I just played the card game. which was it good? Good it's still good. Is it still exists. Sure what a shame. I can't think of anything else. But my chemical romance Undoubtedly one of the best things to happen because of nine eleven parade blackbirds ago. I think my chemical romance is a good to just the one song. That's an album but it is a song on that album. That's good. That is probably their best song. A black parade. Sorry I was referring to the parade of horror and destruction that followed the attacks of September eleventh two thousand one and what I was talking about my chemical romance. Oh you mean the one that Gerard Way Creator of Rela Academy started. What are we gonNA season onto? I don't know I didn't watch it. You shouldn't I heard it's good. Why would you listen to me? I don't know you said watchman's bad we we. You didn't say that that was just meant to stir up heat while that was a baseless. Political attack watchmen is good walk watchword what is good once logic through once at least I'll tell you what I told my dad at least watch until you discover who hooded justices and then you can turn it off I really. I like the phrase. Let me tell you what I told my dad. It's like if you're really telling someone off it's like let me tell you what I told my dad get the hell Outta here. Let me tell you what I told my dad. The bodies buried out back bodies buried up back dead back. That's a country. You're this okay. So here's some Wait until we pulled the screen behind fine. The car I was Gonna I was GONNA say. Here's some inside baseball but I also wanted to say here's a glimpse of data. SAUSAGE IS A. Here's some inside sausage. But here's some insight sausage fans the laptop the room. We have so yeah delayed we have completely. Harry has completely reorganized this room. The laptop is now sitting on Afar. I'm GONNA say Queen bed. I think it's a full size so far full bed and both of our old man is too bad to actually read the numbers on the wave form so we don't know how long we've been recording. Here's the story Mike my bad company that I worked for they host a Christmas party every year. Dave and buster's a DNB DNB and they give out a lot of good door prizes in this year. I WANNA door. Prize of fifty fifty five inch Roku. TV Four K. U. HD. Whatever the hell and now that means we had to move? TV's around suddenly suddenly had three. TV's we're a three TV else you couldn't give a TV to the needy. Why would they need it victims? Their needy they have no TV and and yeah so we sell it for cash value and donated to charity. Know why would shut up so we we had to rearrange the recording studio to accommodate a TV and that changed pretty much everything in here. Everything's everything's different now. John only the bed and that painting or the same everything else moved changed. Everything else changed let piano will never mood. You're right but as a result I think I need to borrow. My wife's opera binoculars typically able able to read along. We've been going you. Guys don't don't have matching opera binoculars by the way they're called monster neck. Yeah no sadly we only have the one pair because we our poor sorry. Let me count the televisions one. Five only two or purchased one was free. Now I don't know about you know really really have anything to say. I was really hoping I could conjure the spark from my mind. Yeah because there's a lot that I wanNA talk about but won't be productive which we've really flew through that whole could conspiracy theory. I guess we did. There wasn't a lot to talk about very spur. Burry was actually just kind of a series of statement. It was very build up to payoff and the payoff I. I don't know if it was worth the build up. I do. You have a chronicle in the life of Henry Though we wanna you know this kind of put put a rounded sort of end cap on this episode. Let's bust out the router. Put It on table saw and let's just put a nice rounded allows it edge router. I don't want anyone to get splinters. Yeah so we better her round this out I'll get the sandpaper rounding it out so this past round the bend is Henry. This past has the holiday season the wife and I drove home. We did a tour of the southern part of this on good nation of America the so-called Nation of America and we drove back and we were very hungry as one is after they drive for amounted to be like nine or ten hours and of course we had no food in the house upon coming back because you eat all your food before you leave of course so we we thought we live. I Dunno couple minutes away from Chile's one of those southwestern Fresh Ron's where you can go and get frosty Myers burgers the on the cheap. I appreciate that for the listeners. Who Undoubtedly do not understand what Chile his look? I don't know maybe maybe it'll have Chili's I thought she always just two knots. I mean it is an Austin Institution. It's an awesome institution. A legend has it that the Chili's on forty fifth Lamar Austin was built around it. Like the the pioneers came across his chilies. And we're like yeah this Shibboleth of chilies this Shiva. Lilia rose up out of the ground in Austin. Then rose up with James Austin Jane. Johnston looked at it and said I will build my city here. Come little women come little women. She didn't realize the IT's anyway. The wife and I did a little women was not a brown. t the the broncos were talked about in little women. Oh you're right. Yeah I'll look this up. You talk little. Women takes place during the civil war which is way after a lot of those writers riders. You're not gonNA listen to the story. I'm listening to it. You can't do two things at once uncertain. I can write well anyway. What'd you say? The wife and I were very hungry and we didn't want to go and sit down in a restaurant you understand. We didn't want to go and the whole restaurant thing we. I just wanted to get food and come back home. So we ordered to go through the online chilies website. They've got a cool thing. I don't know if other the restaurants have cut on. You can do curbside pickup where you drive to the restaurant. Stay in your car and let them know via text. Message lives that you have arrived so we did that. We ordered. We waited the direct per requisite prequisite it twenty minutes and then we drove over the couple of minutes between here and there. We pulled up into a space. The parking lot was full. Great completely packed. I've never seen this chilly so packed before. This was a random Monday night. Yeah it was packed and so we pull up into to the only empty spot for the curbside picked up. I took out my phone. I texted them and the wait began. The phone told me somebody will be out shortly with your food. Fifteen minutes past fifteen long minutes We are hungry. We have not uneaten since right before. Houston the BUGGIES. Oh we haven't eaten an hour so that Katy Bookies Baytown the Baytown buggy book is a good bucky competitors so we have the miles an hours and so that those fifty minutes pass and my wife offered to go in to because we we saw people go in and come out with food. So she's like maybe I should go in all right. Well you go in. I'm going to stay here because I want to. Honor the curbside pickup promise is if you both win in some came up with your food. You don't WanNa have egg on your face exactly. And also the whole appoint the whole principle of the curbside pickup is. You don't have to go in that you don't have to go in. So she went in and another fifteen minutes pass And during this time I haven't slept. I don't know I kind of buried the lead on this. I hadn't slept in three days on how high insomnia had reared up again And so I was. I was hungry. I was tired. A little delusional and I was on twitter which was a really good combination of things the beyond twitter. Great place to be when you're feeling delusional. Because I started tweeting at Chili's yes and the paraphrase the tweets but they kind kind of red Similar SUMMA merrily summarily day out for lack is it. It's been thirty minutes. I have not seen my wife please. Chilies give my wife back in my crispy chicken crisper or whatever. Yeah and Chile's. They responded on twitter Ono and they said all my anger the brand no. We didn't anger Ingram. They were disliked the brand Lee send an email contact us here. Explain your story and now we value customer service so that happened in five minutes later my wife came out not with the food over but just to say like they're working not non. Apparently the Broccoli held them up. They have to cook the Broccoli. And then she would peck on no being wildcard. I pulled up like ten minutes after me sit. Nobody in and somebody came out with their food and hung anyway. We ate her forgot her food. We all went to sleep. Sleep is really good and I forgot all about it today January fourteenth. I got a response dear ear Henry. Oh thanks for reaching out to US via twitter to share your comments regarding our Chili's I bleed the location chilies of course Georgia v Lamar. Due to the high volume of emails received. Over the holidays. We are just now reading your inquiry. Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay of our reply so they had a Lotta complaints. Holidays seems like it. We strive to give every regis top notch service and make every visit special but appears we have let you down for that we offer our sincere apologies. Rest assured that your comments are taken seriously and will be shared with a restaurant. Leadership team heads will roll okay. Now does a blood. Sacrifice will be conducted in your honor. Typical Chili's to show our appreciation. We will be mailing you a letter of acknowledgement along with a complimentary dining certificate to assist you with your next visit to Chile's while I wonder if that accomplice To ten dollar gift cards fucking and joy. Enjoy a basket of chips on us. The certificate does not expire at may be used at any Chili's location occasion for Dine in and in-person to go orders however it cannot be used when paying through door dash or chilies dot com. Dammit Damn it faulk also there is no cash back slash carryover on any unused portion and it cannot be applied towards a gratuity. Should you choose to leave one great. Please allow two weeks for the letter to arrive at a brinker international envelope and then in bold police present the be our guest certificate to your service for Server for processing interesting Blah Blah Blah Blah we. Thank you for your interest chilies and look forward to having you back very soon sincerely Laura with no last name interesting now. I wonder that dining certificate is like you get to go there and eat whatever you want very nice. Please let the certificate assist you so it. It's like the certificate says please quick guest with a knife and fork us. This will assist you during your Daikin Procedure. I I'm going to share my story. Yeah with another Burger Shave another shitty experience with a fast food with the fast casual chain Mhm I'm just fucking seconds dude. I have not heard back L. wild chilies got back to me faster than the the restaurants That that should not be named. Yeah back to you. We'll see I just say yeah this this this happened on the zero credits twitter account. Yeah because that is my personal twitter account. Mel Believe me if my dealings with unnamed Burger restaurant. Don't go well I will tweet about it through our podcast. He should put him on on blessed. We are local. PODCAST for farm-to-table. Yeah we are farm-to-table local pockets just trying to do our best out here and this is an insult and we represent a certain clientele only a few listeners or in the city but who cares. Yeah for sure I just want to. I want to applaud. Chile's a little bit just for actually actually sending me email and I'm GonNa keep this is going to be an ongoing segment in that. When they actually received the thing in two weeks I'll give one one update and the battle the over? It's an ongoing segment that there will be one unit of follow up. There might be another where actually tried to use the certificate at Chili's and and I'll share my experience with that. I guess if it's if it's you on a number of guests bring me Chili says nothing. That's the year right. They don't even the Broccoli Irakly. The even the Broccoli is unfortunately served in skull so we look forward to Chile's update I think with in Classics Essex Zero Credits. 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Predicting the 2020 Oscars | The Big Picture

The Big Picture

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Predicting the 2020 Oscars | The Big Picture

"Hey Kelly and welcome to the ringer podcast network. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City chiefs are Super Bowl champions so for coverage of the game and everything that happened in Miami. Check out the ringer. NFL Show for their game. Recap and on the site you can read any fits on Andy Reid. Roger Sherman Patrick Mahomes and Robert Mays on Kyle Shanahan Super Bowl. deja-vu on the ringers YouTube channel. Make sure to check out. Slow News Day with Kevin. Clark live from Miami with a bunch of special guests like miles teller and Glen Powell. You can watch and subscribe at YouTube dot com slash the ringer. I'm Shawn Fantasy. This is the big picture. A conversation show about the Academy Awards. The time has come to predict the Ninety First Academy Awards. Amanda how are you feeling about this. I feel terrible as always I just. It's being wrong in public. It's my number one least least favorite thing. It's even worse than being wrong in private. We will closely tally. All of your failures on Oscar night. Because I'll be tweeting at you directly every time you get a choice wrong and then we'll also be rehashing. Those wrong choices here on the big picture live immediately. After the telecast which. I'm really excited about on Sunday night but before that we do you have to We have to pay it to the prediction. Gods and we're GonNa go through all twenty four categories here. Yes we are now. I'd like to preface that by saying as I worm my way through the back nine of illness. My voice may go at any moment here. In which case you're GONNA have to really carry the load cliff booth style okay. I was going to say that. That's just a good summation of Oscar season and at some point to talk myself out and officer does flailing filing in the dark possibly in silence. We're we're we're just trying to get to the finish line. I am hopeful that this will not be an immensely boring. podcast about predicting the Oscars because the Oscars may be boring. I will say this is by far far the easiest year in the history of my life predicting these awards okay. You know what. It's nice that you have confidence does not this and in life. Yes it is now that means okay. That means I couldn't logically see making any other choice that doesn't mean I feel that I am right okay about I guess I feel feel the same way. There were more categories that I could kind of fill in but I there are still so many to get wrong. It's just an opportunity to get things wrong. I can't had over emphasized how much I hate that. Feeling when you would finish an exam in ninth grade at the end of it when you and your classmates your little amend etes would would gather route and chat at the at the cafeteria table would you say. Would you be the person who would say. Oh my God I failed so bad. I didn't know anything. I failed. No okay okay no because I find that obnoxious and also because I had to have like my personal confidence that I was still going to defeat all of them. Were you sitting alone like a sociopath at the cafeteria table. No okay. I had some friends but I don't know we just talked about cross country or something. Well that sounds riveting okay. Let's go back to the Academy Awards. which which is the reason for this podcast? We're GONNA start at the beginning and at the place that we sort of blasphemed earlier on the show which is with shorts. I thought we were respectful. I I want people to go back. And listen and hear what we were saying which is not that they should be cut from the show and not that shorts aren't deserving but it is a different French exercise and I just think the it was interesting to try to get into the mind of what these winners would be because I think you're evaluating on different terms because it's a different type of film so let's just make a separate thing for the shorts and let everybody have their moment philosophically I agree. It's one of the few things about the sort of workaday nature of the Oscars that you and I ultimately agree on. There are three different categories for the shorts. There is best documentary short subject. Best Live Action Short film and Best Animated. We'll start with best documentary short subject. A very few people have seen these movies. I've seen some of them. I'm not going to pretend like I've seen all fifteen. Nominees Germany's shorts category. I just haven't I haven't had the time and I'm a bad person. I have had her but I have seen some of them I've seen some of them as well feel solid about. My choices will run through the the nominees for this first category in the absence by using John and Gary Byung Cam learning to skateboard in a war zone by Carol dicing her life overtakes me by Christine Samuelson. And John. Hatice Saint Louis Superman by Sri Mantra and sign ECON and walk run cha-cha by Lord. I think the overwhelming favorite favored in categories learning to skateboard in a war zone. As my pick that is awesome attack we can move on directly from there. Okay well I just don't think we should really make an attempt to talk about the quality control of these categories stories because we're just not the experts if you expertise are actually a ton of great pieces. I was reading some stuff on wire this week. About which of these shorts are serving which are not. There's a lot of great writing about the shorts. We respect the filmmakers acres. who made the shorts? It's not Medi Best Live Action Short Film Brotherhood by Mariam. Jabbour Nafta football club by the neighbors burs wooden window by Marshall Curry Saria by Bryan Buckley or sister by Delfin Gerard. I'm going with the neighbors Wendo. I want with Brotherhood. Okay that is the that's the oddsmakers favorite Brotherhood is. Yes yes so do you. Is there a reason why you you may may change. Because the neighbor's window is is the oddsmakers like upset favorite. What is that called? When it's the there's a favorite and then the underdog I guess so spoiler well in a group of five I was wondering anyway? It's number two and I think it's been in the conversation it's and it is accessible and and I just really do feel like especially people who are voting on these are sometimes just clicking through and being like oh I guess like this one I like to football club too and I feel like that has a chance I wouldn't wouldn't rule that out yet We'll have to wait and see. The oddsmakers are usually right in the shorts categories but it can't be guaranteed because these are highly unpredictable predictable because unlike a lot of the other words. We'll talk about here. There are not a lot of guild awards that predict these words. This is really the only three categories in which we have no no data to present ahead of what you know sort of what is leading the race. What is leading the charge? So we're flying blind quite a bit. which part of the reason why we're not gonNA spend too much time analyzing final category Gorriak shorts animated short To Sarah by Doria Kusturica hair. Love Matthew. Cherry Kit Bowl by Rosanna Sullivan memorable memorable by Bruno. Colette sister by CK Song Hair. Love is far and away. The favourite yes in this category. Matthew Cherry is very active twitter user. A lot of people know oh him used to work for Jordan Peele and monkey productions is a very short. I will be surprised this one out of all three. I would be the most surprised if it didn't win. I also picked love and it made me cry and under four minutes very effective I two can respond to animated films. Wow Yeah Erica. An incredible transition to our next category best animated animated feature the nominees are how to train your dragon the hidden world. I lost my body clause missing link and toy story for what did you go with. This was a last minute change and I. I don't know whether I should admit this. And the podcast bobby. Cut this if I'm breaking a Balazs but I haven't been advising a close best friend of mine on possible bets possible upsets and close friend. Yeah no it's it's a friend. The you know a friend who listens to the podcast and identified this category. I did go toy story for because I'm trying not to over. Think things but it does seem like it seems like there could be several no spoilers. Actually there's a lot of arrows pointing at clause right now. Yeah clause just won a BAFTA clause one Annie Award Clauses clearly admired tired. Mommy animating filmmaking community I don't WanNa Toy Story. Movies went to movies. Come out. That was kind of my reasoning toy story. Three was nominated for best picture which feels like a thousand years ago but this is truly one of the most storied movie franchises ever. This sounds like a silly thing to say about a toy story movie but it is a fact there have and four films are hugely successful. The characters are beloved ingrained in popular culture. And I genuinely think toy story. Four is very very very good animated film and might might mark the end of a certain period of Pixar because not just the machinations that have happened over the years with Disney but obviously all of the sort of incredibly fraught stuff. That's happened with John. LASSETER over the years in the development stage for these movies. It's just if you look at the Pixar movies that are coming There are a lot of new properties and there are a lot of new voices that are getting to make those movies toy story. Four is old school tried and true early. Two Thousand Steve Jobs Era Pixar. That's where it comes from and and I think they're going to recognize that we could be wrong. We're GONNA find out we're both going to a story for best documentary feature the nominees. Are American factory. The Cave you've the edge of democracy foursome and honey land. What did you choose? I chose American factory as that. I'm not feeling confident. I'm not either but I wanted to die on this hill because I love this film. We gave this film best picture we really did Alternate Oscars about that this morning and I was so happy. What a lovely little title space? That was where we just got to talk about the things we liked terrifically. Well made movie. I think All of the movies in this category are are well-made. I shouldn't be surprised by how overwhelmingly serious every film is in this category every year and how issues oriented a lot of these films are it's been interesting to see. I thought when the nominations were announced honeywood play spoiler spoiler the fact that it has representation in this category and also in the next category. We're GONNA talk about. It's just unusual. That's never happened before. And so that shows a lot of support for that movie. I thought that would play spoiler over the last couple of months. Foam seems to be gaining steam for some just one at the Baptist over the weekend. We'll have to wait and see my my choices also American factory. This is part of what I mean here about saying. This was an easy choice to make because it seems like a logical choice. It's an American story. Also International Scott Got Barack Obama's thumbprint on it which I think is key weirdly meaningful. You know we. We never talked about Kobe. Bryant's passing on the show and I don't think there's a ton of reason to but obviously. Kobe was an Oscar winner. And you know some people love his film but it was a lot easier to understand his film in the purposes of his film that won best animated short. I think it's called your basketball because this was connected to Kobe. Bryant and I think people will actually look at American factory and think of Barack Obama and correlate in the same way like that is how this business works in many ways. So I'm going American factory if you told me Any of these films were GonNa win. I genuinely would not be suppressed. Don't don't bet on this category advice this category also just the nominations itself were a bit of surprise is because Apollo eleven which had been so dominant at so many awards coming up to the nominations is not included. One Nation was also in the mix and is not included so it could go a lot of different ways and I guess my strategy throughout is has been to play it safe to go with the most obvious choice and that's important because it's been like a pretty obvious yes award season thus far but we could easily be wrong. The Oscars always has a couple of surprises as it always does now. I would prefer if those surprises happened in some of the later categories and then some of the earlier categories for the sake of national entry but in all likelihood this year they're going to come in categories like this let's go to best international feature a category will not have any surprises whatsoever. The five nominees are Corpus. Christi Honey Land Les Miserables Painting Glory Parasite Yes parasite will win this award. Award parasite is a winner. This is the not the last time. We'll talk about parasite on this podcast. We can continue to go forward great visual effects. This is the category that I like to call. Sean doesn't know anything I think I get this wrong every year. That's because you always pick marvel movies and they've never WANNA love moral. Yeah congratulations not not Without some questioning questions some of their choices and frankly their visual effects are sometimes not. I've never good but I tend be the dominant visual effects films of their time So it's funny. When they never win there are some people who think out of these five nominees that the moral movie is GonNa win? Let's read those nominees. AVENGERS offers end game. The Irishman nineteen seventeen. The Lion King Star Wars the rise of skywalker did not use the marvel movie. It will not surprise you learn that I I did not either. I chose nineteen seventeen. Okay what did you choose. I I got a little frisky. I want the Lion King Okay and that is because the lion king one at the visual affects society awards. It's very reasonable reason to do so. I know the other reasoning which is that. This award often goes hand-in-hand with best picture so I always bid sometimes sometimes it goes hand in hand with editing. It's usually related to one of those categories in some form or fashion. Because because there's a sense that there is an inter connectivity between how movies cut and how it's animated right I just think that there's going to be so much below the line support for nineteen seventeen. That's going to overwhelm and a lot of categories. Even if it doesn't it necessarily makes sense We're GONNA have to wait to find out makeup and hair. This is the first year they've expanded the nominee pool to five films. Let's read those nominees. Germany's they are bombshell. Joker Judy malefic mistress of evil. Nineteen seventeen. Can you believe how much time we spend on Melendez and mistress of evil. Yes I I thought that was interesting. It's good to check in from time to time. Not One but two people at the Sundance Film Festival spoke to us about how we had long discussions about malefic mistress of evil on a podcast. That's we we contain multitudes. We truly do I hope that they're continued to be very strange. allegories about our broken. The American society coming from Disney in the future I tend to think that this is also very lock Econo- category I chose bombshell as did I 'cause hero who is of the mastermind behind the makeup effects darkest hour and transformed Charlie Saharan into Megan Kelly along with myriad of other actors including John John Lithgow how transforming in Roger Ailes as doing stunning work but more importantly than the quality of the work. He's doing he is a brand name now. She has a recognisability that even he didn't have before necessarily darkest hour. And it's just a lot easier to vote for people like that. There's a reason that John Williams has fifty two Oscar nominations for best original score. Because he's John fucking Williams people know that name they see it and they wanNA check it. Sure he's also the greatest movie scorer of of I art. I don't know our generation. He's not really of our generation. No eighty six years old. Well he's one of the greats he is one of the greats. Kazuhiro is also one of the greats. I mean there's no questioning the fact that he is at at the top of the list of people who do this kind of work it's not always kind of transformative makeup and hairstyling. That wins awards words like this. Sometimes it's more period piece driven or It can be much smaller films at times this one though I think because it is so flashy and because particularly leash our leases transformation is so profound and almost unnerving that I think this is GonNa win. I think also that performance is nominated for a best actress Oscar and that the the makeup and the transformation is inseparable from that performance. I mean she does get the voice in the walk down pat but it it is uncanny. I completely agree. We're both going bombshell word agreement on a lot here. Do you think it's GonNa Continue. Yes I do. That doesn't make for very good podcasting. Best Costume design. Here are the five nominees. The Irishman Sandy Powell. Christopher Peterson Joe. Joe Rabbit macy. Rubio Joker Mark Bridges Number Mark Bridges when he won for Phantom Threat yes and he had to read the Jetski because they were giving away. The jet ski to someone. What a Lord he was awesome? Yeah he's Great. He's great at his job Little Women Jacqueline durant Iran once upon a time in Hollywood in Phillips would you choose. I want with little women today because it is both. It's the type of it's very costume e costuming but there is also in the same way that Greta Gerwig both honors and reinvents the period piece. Those costumes are are integral to the to the film. But they're doing something interesting. It's not just like oh I found a hoop skirt. In fact Gregory has been really outspoken. About how she hates hoop skirts and Bonnets and was trying to not do the actual traditional costuming. Anyway I think there's a lot of invention and also people do a lot of affection for this film. I agree I think you. You are certainly more qualified to identify. What's different and impressive about some of the costuming in this movie than someone like me? Jacqueline interesting figures soon nominated seven times. She's one before I think she wants. Ronna Karenina which is one of our Joe Wright's adaptation of the novel but Sandy Powell is also here who is one of the most decorated Costume designers in recent history marked bridges. Of course just won a couple of years ago are in a lot of people are really admiring of our in Phillips's work on once upon a time I if I had to choose a spoiler I think I would choose. Rem Phillips and if there is a secret once upon a time hive in the making. And if you start to look at some of these anonymous of voter your dial is that were getting in Hollywood reporter and variety and elsewhere lot of lot of old people who are weirdly have become Quentin Tarantino stands out there the world who don't want for language films to be nominated in their big categories and who don't like a war movie as much as they thought they would. Maybe we start to see a little something rattling if if like if if she wins here could indicate something unique happening. Sure I think that's possible. Also we know there's probably not the strongest support for little women inside the academy the end I believe the women did not win the most recent costuming and Gilmore did not so this is another category. There's a little bit of a coin flip Likewise if you see Joker Jo-jo get some love here similarly. Maybe those films are catching more awards. Little later in the telecasts. This'll be an interesting one to watch. Let's go to production design the nominees. The Irishman Bob Bob Shaw and Regina griefs Joe Rabbit Robinson and norris up Cova nineteen seventeen. Dennis Gassner at least dollars once upon a time in Hollywood Barbara Ling being an Ansi. Hey in Paraguay Lee Hudson and show will woo haag arm and show he would he got. This is a tricky one. I am going once upon a time. Even though I think that parasite it had just has a real chance. And if parasite ones this I think maybe some of our hopes for parasite Later in the evening might come through that. That sounds Nice in theory on both counts. I think nineteen seventeen. We'll be okay. My vote is for Dennis Gassner who I think is a as essential chills telling stories Roger Deakins and I think there are a lot of people who work on the craft side of these films. Who would agree based on the very intricate nature of the like maze puzzle? That the whole movie is and the Gassner is really responsible for a lot of that construction What those sets look like? And how and what pathways the camera would have to shoot inside of them. That's all these things. Things are really stitched together in the making of the movie that being said I could be wrong. Think that's true. I mean you also have to the thing that people say about once upon a time in Hollywood. I think this was a a major theme of the Rewatch ables that you guys did was they just meet. La Look like old La and that is both very visible and integral to That movie and easy to understand and and if there is that old person interest in once upon a time it's possible there's a there's a frequently only unspoken and sometimes spoken subtexts to all my picks which is like I just think once upon a time should win most of these categories and if not once upon a time parasite and they go. They'd kind on a trade back and forth and occasionally even the Irishman which does not seem to be winning anything based on what we've chosen so far which is fascinating let's continue. We have to sound categories. I don't think it would be useful for either of us to try to explain the difference between them Cami. I takes the same minor. Allow your hand waving but the the the nominees nerd or not all this shot. Okay go ahead. So what we'll do we'll do. It quickly sounded incomes. I Ford versus for Don Silvester Joker Allen Robert Murray nineteen seventeen Oliver Tarn and Rachel Tate. Once upon time in Hollywood Wylie Highly Stateman Star Wars the rise of skywalker. Matthew Wood and David Accord nineteen seventeen is your pick. Yes said his mind as well. I don't mean to diminish the work of any any of the names that you just read or these excellent films I just do really feel like this is where the nineteen seventeen train is rolling in. I agree also widely statement is a hell of a name absolutely absolutely i. That sounds like maybe my son's firstborn name. Okay sound mixing nineteen seventeen Mark Taylor. Stuart Wilson Ad Astra Gary Reid. Strom Tom Tom Johnson and Mark Alano Ford versus Ferrari. Paul Massey. David Giacomo Jia Marco and Stephen a Moro Joker Dean Zupanje. Todd maitland and Tom Hommos in each and once upon a time in Hollywood Michael Winkler Christian Pete Winkler Mark Lonzo Marc Llano nominated here for both Ad Astra and once upon a time in Hollywood so he it could be run in two out of five pretty good odds. Unfortunately he'll be losing to nineteen seventy. Exactly which is sad for him who both agree about that. Tough Be Marco Lonzo. Good luck next here. Let's go to the last Couple of categories before we take a break across that way point. Okay okay onto original score. I really really don't feel confident in this one at all even though there is a heavy leader in the clubhouse this is where the surprise can happen. It's plausible. I'm GonNa read the nominees. Okay Joker Hilter Canada to your little women. Alexander does plot marriage story. Randy Newman. Nineteen seventeen his cousin. Thomas Newman Star Wars the Scott Walker the aforementioned aforementioned John Williams. You're going with joker. I am going with joker. That is the clear favourite. But I I know exactly what you're saying I can almost like picture US watching the Oscars and then suddenly but it's like it's not randy. Newman you know it's honestly Alexander to Supply for eight a women and then we're just like what and you can i. I can hear all the beats and I can see the face that you look at me. You make to me when this happens. So you're not wrong. I think in the last five years Alexander plot has has elevated himself to the class of Thomas. Newton Howard Hans Zimmer you know Randy Newman the as the most sort of recognized admired composers of their generation and he's already won before and I think that this work is better than the films that he's won four in little women. It's really one of my absolute favorite scores. The really powers the movie and a lot of ways. And it's frankly damn fun to listen to and if for some reason Kademi decided you know what he should win again. I would not be surprised by something like that. I also wouldn't be surprised. By either of the Newman's it'll be sad for Thomas Newman. If he doesn't win I think this is fifteen over fifteen. That's tough not what you want. New Randy Newman. His cousins never won in this category but nominated nominated times John Williams. All right I know but why should be John Williams then could be could be a danger of some of some sort. Okay it'd be like Emperor Pal Patine eighteen and we back from the Dell. Now I have to say I really enjoyed the work of John Williams and the rise of skywalker. It's the only thing I liked. He and also that low guy who yells Babu free. Yeah he's Yes we're welcoming with joker and I think that's correct okay. Original Song Amandus Fair category. Just delete the category. This is a tire fire of nominees. I know we don't need it. There are some good songs is going to perform five of these. And I really I know. I know she'll just do the bond preview It's it's been speculated that she will be performing the in Memoriam Tribute I. I read someone and said that she would be singing the Beatles yesterday during the in Memoriam tribute. Oh okay which I'm not a fan of yesterday but It's okay excuse me it's fine I. Why are you doing this to me? Like I'm stupid stupid. Why do you feel that way you or even a Paul purse and the Beatles is one of the things that you and I share and agree on and yesterday is excellent and like why do you have have to be this over thinking like you know antagonised person are you doing? I'm upset with you and now we have to talk about the freaking original song on nominees. it's just it's Lesser Beatles as my take on on yesterday original sensors take up. I'm very sorry to both of you. Guys but facts are facts. It's nothing against the Beatles. Paul or the great American songbook. I was going to try to help you through your lingering illness and and bring the energy and pick up on the announcing when in your voice goes out and now I'm reconsidering you weren't GonNa do that so don't pretend to the audience like you were some white night all right. Any opportunity to put me under. The bus is being taken original final song. I can't let you throw yourself away toy story. Four I'm GonNa love me again from rocket men. I'm standing with you from breakthrough song. I've never heard into the unknown from frozen into an stand up from Harriet. I want without John. I did as well. I'm GonNa love me again and John and Bernie Taupin and I love Elton. John I'm I'm looking forward to him. Having an Oscar is this the three hundred and sixty eighth best. Elton John and Bernie Taupin Song. Yes I don't remember it so it's not memorable. I've heard it once. Can we just into the unknown. Just gets worse with age and now that I've been listening to it but just my memory of it. I like it okay I moving on. Let's let's just keep going. I think it's not bad. I think it might be the best song of this bunch I I can't let yourself away but I like the other song from toy story four. Okay the one that. WHO's the country singer who sings it? Chris can you help me out here bobby. Any idea I was alone some cowboy. What's that song called Cowboy and the hell goes Chris Stapleton Stapleton very talented singer Songwriter? Who Sings Randy Newman's lyrics for? I was lonesome cowboy but I can't let you throw yourself away which is sort of the forty anthem. Okay for he is the Discarded four who is transformed into a toy in the choice reform which is a very normal movie. Enormous stuff Is nominated here instead. which is a shame? Should I open every show with ours alone. Some cowboy would work. It's really testing the vocal chords here. I yeah playing with fire. We're welcome with I'M GONNA I'm GonNa love me again. This category sucks and they need to completely rebrand. And that's probably something we should have addressed in the last podcast cast. Nevertheless we're going forward. Best film editing intriguing category This is this is the real walks out there. I think this one. Yeah so so. The nominees are four versus Ferrari. Michael mccusker Andrew Buckland the Irishman. Thelma schoon marker Joe Joe Rabbit Tom. Eagles joker jeff growth and parasite Jinmen. Would you go with. I went with parasite I won't with Ford Versus Ferrari but I think you made a good choice. I base it on the fact the parasite did win at the Eddie Awards. It's a and as the Joe as did sure but I'm ignoring that in order to make my argument demand and I do also think I mean man that movie. Just there isn't a wasted second there isn't I think it's it's hard to know of. This is a degree of difficulty category or not sometimes it's recognition. It is and sometimes it's about a kind of smoothness in the film parasite. The site is a freshly mopped floor. You know it is. It is clean for versus Ferrari is really noisy all over the place and messy but it's also it's pretty sleek in its unto itself for versus for. I feels like more of a fee to me but I could be wrong about that I that I I'm this. I am not on an expert at all in fact I think if you want to learn more about this I would encourage you to go back. Listen to them so that we do with Barry in Lebron's last year who headed a black clansman whose spike Lee's editor and helped us understand. I think one editor really does in the room and how they shape a movie four versus Roy feels it kind of movie that had so much raw material to work with to put it together parasite as I've talked about a lot. This week is meticulously designed and organized. And so the way that it's cut its sort of pre cut not quite in the same where the nine hundred seventeen is what you know what I'm saying. Yeah I do but I do also think that that Kinda understates the way that it is fit together because it does turn on a dime and like seconds matter in that. Yes unlike the Irishman which I mean it's in days matter and you know it's almost like literally one of the most editors in movie history and she has gotten a lot of mud slung in her direction during this Oscar season shamefully. But I don't I think that there's any chance that she has a chance here. Joker Joe Joe again. Who knows like this is the same sort of category? Where if a film like that wins? All bets are off I think in all the categories If if Jeff Growth Wins for best editing here for joker we might be headed down a weird path. I actually like when that happens. Joker stuff aside when you get a surprise like that and you're like Oh does this Komo tip the scales in one direction or another Ford. It'll be such a more fun Sunday night for all of us. I think if something like this started to happen similar thing here this is not a not a category. You want to place place bets on I would say agree cinematography. This'll be the last four. We take a break. Perhaps them the easiest to predict yes. I think this is the biggest favorite of the night. The nominees minis are the Irishman Rodrigo. Prieto Joker Lawrence Scher the lighthouse yard blackie nine hundred seventeen Roger Deakins and what time in Hollywood Robert. Richardson shout out. My brother and the dark skies APP. Roger Deakins yes it is. Roger de Kency will win his Second Academy Award Richly deserved. And then we'll probably just keep talking nineteen seventeen for the rest of the night but maybe not maybe maybe this is the last awarded gets I sure. Yeah okay a very strong piece before we go to a break. Please stick around. We'll be right back. After from our sponsor the big picture is brought to you by masterclass masterclass their class. 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I think we're feeling fine. I think we're matched on all but two categories so far which is dead an interesting sign although that also means we've been talking about these racist together for a long long period of time so if you're looking for various you're not likely to find it. We're heading now into the the big categories the big eight. You're talking about the big eight. I am the first the big eight is original screenplay. Now Change My vote three times in in six hours on this one. I've changed it twice. Okay the nominees in this category are knives knives out by Ryan Johnson mayor story by Noah Baumbach nineteen seventeen by Sam Mendes and Christie Wilson Cairns once upon a time in Hollywood by Quentin Tarantino and parasite by June. The whole engine. One would you choose I. Oh I still have the the highlight on this particular. Pick like come back and revisit this and think about it all right here we go. I'm going with parasite. Okay I had parasites for quite a long time and I have changed it back to one. Simon holiday had once upon a time in Hollywood. And I changed it back to parasite we've been talking a lot. What about predictive results? And what guild awards mean and where things are going. This category in particular has been completely disrupted this year because Tarantino's not a member of the WGN. No don't we don't know the result there Bongino engine one Han won this award for the Wg a just a few days ago. The the support for parasites seems very strong right now and this is also a best picture indicator this category the winner of this category frequently is paired with a best picture winner. Nineteen seventeen is. It's almost certain it's not going to win. Even though it's the prohibitive favorite by a wide margin to win best picture once upon a time in Hollywood seems to have been blown off the map for best picture yes but this group group of voters loves Tarantino. He's won twice already. I think he's made the joke that if he wins a third time he wants the award to be renamed. The Clintons yes Clinton never never never shy on on on boastful comments knives out has no chance despite being absolutely fantastic. The respect Ryan Johnson I- I still in my heart of hearts WANNA see marriage store. Get some love and I I think. This is Noah backs chance to get recognized for the sort of thing and it doesn't just doesn't seem it's going to happen so it's pairs time. Yeah what pushed a parasite my ultimate theory that this award is used to reward things things that don't get best picture or the big price and I am aware that I've picked parasite for several other categories including international feature. But I do feel that. There is a really a strong parasite push and very strong bonk affection. And I think that it's this group of voters this who are the likeliest to go in that direction that feels and sounds right and I have no idea because foreign films are not frequently if they're particularly rarely nominated in this category and so we don't have a lot of historical evidence to measure it against obviously parasite is highly highly relatable to anybody who watches it but it is a distinctly South Korean story and again if you read some of those nasty anonymous voter diaries. There's some some bad takeaways in there about people who watch foreign films. Can we talk about this for sure you can. You can do as you please. Oh thank you. I didn't actually know that I could on this. PODCAST I refuse to give those too much of my time. I think that's a real. I think they're great content and shout out to everyone who gets them and there is something like gross. I put fun reading them but number one. You're not going to put your name on it like I'm I'm not giving you the time today. Like go home. Cowards and number two I do feel like they are always raise their representative of the extremes as opposed to the norms of the academy. So I'm has really. What are we basing that on? I I don't no. I was waiting on all of the people based on patterns of people who are willing to speak and being comments actions and be and you know I just need theory that that sounds right. There's no way for us to prove that my expectation is is the most of the people in the academy are like sixty three years old Haven't done something super meaningful in about ten ten years but are quite certain. What great filmmaking isn't frankly they know more about it than I do? Because they've made films and they have been in the trenches in many cases not in all cases but in many cases and they are convinced of their own way of thinking about the world as as the generational divides grow and grow and grow That does dictate a lot of how these awards turnout. I just don't I don't think that there's nothing to take from those things and I do agree that there is great content. I don't think there's a lot to take from them. Like I wouldn't make my picks based on what I read. Anonymous strangers say in a trade publication but they could be lightly indicative of the way. The wind is blowing in certain categories. So I do read them. I read them every year. Because I'm a nerd. I say I don't read them. I think mostly I want to say is put your name on it like fire you. I'm Dan we have split here. Will this be the last time we have a split. Probably okay okay. Let's keep going adapted screenplay the Irishman Stevens Alien Joe Joe Rabbit. Td Joker Todd Phillips and Scott Silver Little Women. Greta Gerwig the two pope's Anthony McCartan well the moment of truth. I'm going with Joe Rabbit. My this is the smart money. I'm not happy about it and that that has less to do with with Gioja Rabbit which it's not about that it's about little women. Greta Gerwig will you wear era. Gopro win this award is announced during no I well okay just for the content. No but it. Can you wear Gopro Gopro. That's on your face. I thought it was always like looking outward flip that jam around. You know won't be doing that. We'll also if you're if you've decided to run into the canyons of Hollywood and and screaming that also would be good content. I think if you had a I think I've threatened like fifteen times for fifteen different outcomes that I'll just run to the Dobie theater and bang on the doors for this one though. I don't know it's they don't deserve my protests for this 'cause they aren't taking it seriously enough what deserves your protest is fascinating in sub conversation. Maybe we can explore later. Let's go to supporting actor shall we. Yes one of the only good things left on the board. I'm so nervous about it now. I I mean I know what I picked and I know what I think's going to happen but if it doesn't happen I mean that's a real gopro situation. The nominees are Tom. Hanks for beautiful in the neighborhood Anthony Hopkins for the two popes Al Pacino. So for the Irishman Joe Patchy for the Irishman and Brad Pitt. For once upon a time in Hollywood I picked Brad Pitt. Brad Pitt will win. Ah Honestly think that someone should make me wear like football pads or something in case. This doesn't happen or maybe just protect the television amand. Maybe you and bobby will be watching on Sunday. And you need to tell us beforehand whether we need to be wearing pads or whether you'll be wearing pets socially who who can say. I do think that we should put some sort of guardrail on the TV understood. Okay I will also take a lot of Aleve. Before the telecast just in case cool to protect my body hey it's going to be Brad Pitt. What are we talking about here? He's won every single award. He's crushed every single speech. His performance in the movie rules should have won five Oscars by now. The guys great did a whole podcast about earlier this year. One of my favorite podcasts. We've done I could talk about movies all day long. I grew all of this. And it's the academy and this is the time to pack back. Do you think he should have won for twelve monkeys. He should one for fight club. That's the thing he should have won for. moneyball both are true. Let's go to supporting actress. The nominees for supporting actress or Kathy Bates for Richard Jewel. Do you remember Richard Jewel. I do okay. Laura dern for marriage story Scarlett Johansson for Joe Rabbit Florence Pugh for Little Women Margot Robbie for bombshell Laura Dern will win this award why we worked so hard to make this a decent podcasts. We got to the finish. Line our our just arguing about yesterday and like how much padding that everyone should wear while watching the Oscars. Well that's all we've got at this point now. We're just going to sit here and talk about who I think. Actually one of the unfortunate effects of the flattening of the Oscars is we come to take cool stuff for granted. Laura dern and Brad Pitt winning supporting acting in a Ah Oscars is a cool thing and for once upon a time in Hollywood and marriage story to movies. We'd love yes it's A. It's a pretty great cool thing and we've completely taken it for granted because we've talked it out And we've seen these people give a lot of speeches and there's nothing novel about it whatsoever. Yeah I wonder if there are teenagers out there like you and I were teenagers. Once upon a time. Watching the telecast and kind of getting excited about somebody that we think is cool winning an award if there is a little bit of like. I actually really liked Laura dern and I think this is neat and they don't feel overexposed but if you're looking in it the results of the Gotham awards and the results of the independent spirit awards and the results of the critics choice awards and using the same people up at time after time saying the same variations on a theme like is everyone has over exposed to this stuff as we are. I guess is my question. No and let me also say for the record I like Laura dern and I think this is neat the problem is not with Laura dern winning this Oscar. It's that we know what's going to happen. which is boring because you invest too much time in this and also because also so we make a podcast about it and because it would be really nice if award season could be a way of celebrating a lot of different movies before we got to these conclusions? And I think it's just it hasn't been a bummer that Laura dern has won every single award but it's been a bummer that no one one else has won any awards that's that's ultimately that's the smartest way to put it the way you described it. There's no there's no drama We don't have any expectation of anything else happening and that's actually bad version of it and it doesn't undermine the win historically no one's GonNa even remember. I don't think anybody's remember like Oh lord and wanted to walk that sucked. Roll the Oscar prognosticators gators. That's bullshit nobody cares about that but it doesn't. It does kind of remove some of the intrigue around the the telecast and it's important for the TV show as you've put it to be good entertaining and surprising to people to give them something that they were not expecting to see. Yeah that is the essence of drama uh-huh and just kind of feels like they're gonNA fail. You sounded like you were just doing intro for the shooting. Joe Rapid Bradley Cooper what is the essence of drama. I should lose my voice every week week. Best actress what's going on in this category man. I Dunno okay. Here are the nominees. Cynthia Rio Harriet Scarlett Johansson Marriage Story Social Road and little women. I'm in Charlie's therein bombshell Renee Zellweger. Judy Renee Zellweger as well. We'll see come to surprise. No one you know. Listening to our house was Morrison. Our our boss. Bill Simmons Talk About the Oscars bill show and Bill said the same thing that we've been saying for the last few months. which is I like a straight up? Just don't get this like ads. Don't get it She's already one and while this movie is good there and she's good. I'm going to the movies even movies. Okay and she's good in the film. There are thousands thousands of great film performances onscreen every year. Why this is the one that we all decided? Someone deserve a second Oscar for I. I will never understand it. I think this is this actually more so then the anxiety that we're talking about. During the no drama this actually is literally the problem with the Oscars the consensus building. That happens early on around something. That is fine that most most people haven't seen that is like Kinda meaningless will be forgotten very soon and will actually not mark the history of film past. It'll just be an industry award and that's it and also that we know that the entire time that is happening and we're still going along with it you know. There is there a lot of comparisons to be made to the wife last year which we identified fight and made a joke of pretty early on season because no one had seen it. Everyone was like Glenn Close is GonNa Win for the wife and ultimately she did not and that was a big surprise. There isn't a spoiler are here and this category and so even that self consciousness of why are we doing. This is scan is not going to pay off anything. She's just GonNa win. I agree now. I trade eighty emails with a handful of equally psychotic Oscar. History friends and both of my Oscar. History friends have both said for whatever reason I think if there is a really really wacky surprise coming in the major categories. This is actually the place where you're going to see it. Yes because it feels so chuck you know the chalk has been completely like melted melted into the ground. It's been it's been laid out so clearly for so long I don't I don't know I think that would be the kind of fizzy pop. Op that we need in telecast. There's literally no evidence that this is the case. It's just a feel thing that they're saying like something just doesn't seem right. The way that this calcified so early it just seems off Chur but there hasn't been a break in it at least last year which is a very similar situation. Except Glenn Close. God bless her had not won an Oscar. You you and bring you had Coleman in comedy at the Golden Globes and yes so there there were indications there is. There's nothing here you're right there. Uh I don't think that Cynthia revolts. Carl Hansen ruining or Charlene. Darren have won anything at any of the other award shows. So we'll just have to wait and see best actor one of the most competitive categories that we've seen in recent years there probably were fifteen people who are up for this this category. But there's probably only one person who ever ever had a chance to win it. The nominees are Antonio Banderas for painting. Glory Leonardo Dicaprio for once upon a time in Hollywood Adam driver for marriage story Joaquin Phoenix for joker and Jonathan price for the two popes. I have my friend Joaquin Phoenix. I also have Joaquin Phoenix so everything we just said about Zoeggeler but for prison who hasn't won named Joaquin. I think applies applies here. He's won everything. Yes there's no. One has stood in his path with a once upon a time. I thought Adam driver was going to go toe with him in a very exciting Oscar Mason. That is simply not the case. Yeah I don't know what they do about this. I don't know how they resolve the inevitability factor. We've talked about it a few times. In the past few months I do think it is arguably the single biggest issue that the Oscars Oscar faces in his long-term future in fact that everything just feels settled and particularly in the acting categories because a lot of people may not have seen all movies but they know who some of the people nominated are and they will tune in Leonardo DiCaprio. They noted that name they know who Kylo Ren says if they don't know who Adam driver is and for. They're not even to be a reason for people to invest in the really famous people who are nominated for Oscars is madness. I agree and I think a lot of Oscar history a lot of its Oscars kind of pop. Cultural History is built on sally fields. You really like me. Speech or Murtha Toe may a shockingly winning from my cousin vinny those are the kinds of moments that the show needs and because of the large number of award shows that happened ahead of time and the ink intense coverage of those award shows that used to be disorder ignored like nobody gave a damn what happened at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival five years ago. Go certainly the people that cover this stuff closely do but that industry has gotten bigger and bigger and our ability to find that information has gotten easier and easier and so because of that the the information loop has gotten tighter and tighter and more obvious and the consensus building has happened more quickly. And it's it's frustrating. I mean I I said on the once upon the time watchable that I think once upon time is Leo's best performance. Like I think it's his funniest his weirdest most vulnerable. I think he's kind of doing the most then then. He hasn't in years even more than the revenue in a completely different kind of way and like we never even had one conversation. I now it's a sham. I think it's the second best performance after the quail eighteen and woefully credible. I have said many times but it is certainly the most memorable Leo performance to me the most I instantly. Oh it's leaner caprio kind of reaching the heights of himself while also being a standalone performance. I think there's an interesting division between the first half of his career. The kind of Romeo and Juliet. Titanic Leo and what he means to generation of people there and then the second half which is you know in the middle. He had the catch me if you can the aviators. And he's sort of building up his credibility as a serious actor the last ten years or so. He's been having a lot more fun. Django unchained Wolf of Wall Street. This movie the revenue looked really hard to make enough fun but it was a kind of an adventure. He's taking on a different kind of tacked in the film film roles that he's taken on. I love that about him. But we just don't care because he won already Antonio Samaras will he ever be nominated again. He ran on magnificent campaign. He seems like a wonderful guy Great and everything. He's and even if he's playing total ham like he wasn't doolittle and but he's he's he's pretty he's a little. He was pretty good. He's trying his best. Always gotta see him. You're always glad to see him. And he's very painting. Glory in a very different kind of performance didn't matter Jonathan within price. Same thing I mean. He's great and everything that he's in the two popes okay. It's pretty good It never had a chance here. Yeah he seemed I'm like he could have been interchangeable with any number of different people. Eddie Murphy Robert Deniro. Adam Sandler could've swapped in a whole bunch of different people into this category. It's been walking in the hallway. You don't mind no I. Everything apply that I said about the predictability and wanting to see other people honored and kind of bring audiences in still applies. I I will say and really everyone knows how I feel about this movie but this is a memorable performance. I at least understand why this performance formats is in the conversation and I sort of understand why the Renee Zellweger Judy Garland is in the conversation. But it's just 'cause she's doing Judy Garland impersonation and the Oscars like I think it was Roger Sherman on the hottest take who said it best. which is we should just have a best impersonating someone category at the Oscars but Joaquin at at least it? That was unique. It was unique. I think he's given a good performance here. I think it's in the top eighteen of performances. He's he's given which is classically Oscars But we knew we knew months ago Oscar. Id Actors flipped for his work and it was. It was over in in November. Let's go the best director okay. Two categories left. Martin Scorsese for the Irishman. Todd Phillips Joker Sam Mendes Nineteen Seventeen Quentin Tarantino onciming. Once upon time in Hollywood Bongino parasite which do I met with Sam. Ns as that. I do you think running scared or you think we're being pragmatists both. Is it possible to be scared pragmatist. Okay then then here we are. I think you gotta try to do. What's that's right you got to try to do what's right? I mean it's just all of the signs are there. He wanted to Golden Globes. He wanted the. Dj's everyone loves this movie Eh. I think you're right I I I don't even really have a case. There's been nothing to indicate that he's not GonNa win. I think that's I don't WanNa get too psychotic about it because as we've said like nineteen seventeen is a is a successful film and a lot of ways but I think this is a nightmare this is just such a travesty like him winning two best director Oscars over Mardi getting getting his second over Quentin Tarantino getting his first over bond getting his first over Greta knowing being nominated. It's a fucking nightmare. It's just it's so stupid and I don't I want to turn this into like a mini heart but it it kind of infuriates me. And I'm obviously obsessed with this category and obsessed with filmmakers. I think about it all the time and him winning again after after winning for American beauty which now everybody wishes they take back. is so stupid and it's not that he's not talented or not an impressive person or hasn't brought meaningful stuff to the screen. I like a a lot of his movies. Just why does this person getting second. Best Director Oscar. It's so dumb. I agree with everything that you said this category. I love three of the directors in this category but the way they handled handled this year is just a mess top to bottom and I forgot to do the archival but maybe maybe someone can do this. Maybe Bobbi can do this. If you go back to our Oscars Scher's irresponsible Oscars prediction podcast from October sink. We were talking about the wonder of this category. And you said is an offhand joke. Wait wait until February Wednesday as for nineteen seventeen and we hadn't even seen nineteen seventeen. None of it had happened October. Twenty ninth reckless Oscar Oscar predictions. Let's go to best director okay similarly. I bit fraught here I need to. I need to see nineteen seventeen before I can answer this. So I'll do. I'll give you my runners up with that in mind. I Have Mendis on the outside looking in. It's completely possible that changes amid they start Jones movie which I think they're you can start showing it to us at the end of November so eight in his late it is late. I think those first screenings are like November twenty third. So I've got Sam Mendez. Pedro federal motive are Mario Heller. Fernando Morales Luang. James Mangold outside looking in okay my five picks are Martin. Scorsese got eight. numbs yeah you want for the departed. No abound zero nominations for best director on June hose. Zero nominations for best director Greta Gerwig one previous nomination and Quentin Tarantino. The two previous nominations five for five. Okay so I I really I put on back in at the last moment and I hadn't Sam Mendis in for a long time and then I the movie and haven't seen any other thoughts about eighteen seventeen and again I know I keep saying. They're releasing it really labor. They're releasing a really late. There's so much recently bias that goes into this stuff. I just saw the Irishman so I'm like she keno is GonNa win even though Brad Pitt is unbelievable in once upon time in Hollywood so I picked Clinton win. Okay I think I agree with that. Okay I I don't I have no feel if you told me that. Like Mendis and L. Motive are an Fernando. Morales are gone in this category. I'd buy it. It's very possible now. I think it feels like the kind of thing that filmmakers are awarded for what Quinn did. Once part time in Hollywood I think it is that sort of wistfulness that you were describing earlier is a feeling that I think people want to get across and that's the sort of thing that like somebody like Guillermo. Del Toro one four with the shape of water and had a kind of nostalgic summation of his project. Yeah and I think that's what wants Montage Industriel as well. Yeah I think even when once upon a time came out we were talking about. How take this is the type of movie that a director wins for which is to say? It's a a comment on a career rather than the pinnacle of the career And people were rarely went for their actual masterpiece now. I kinda think what's on time in Hollywood is a masterpiece but we don't need to get into Tarantino rankings. Right now because I don't need to the person on the Internet I was making fun of like twenty minutes ago. What Tarantino movie do you think he should have won for pulp fiction? I don't know I think there's a good case for inglorious best. Inglorious bastards is my my favorite. Yeah but you know and again what is this award mean is it. The best pure is for that lack athletic Sam Andy. Style directing directing breakthrough crystallization of this person has a vision and and finally did it. They made their great movie. Is it for a career. It's usually more of of alleged move achievement award then like the one great movie. Yes I think that's right and that's ultimately why I picked Clinton you could tell me any of these people when I could I would buy. Hi Scorsese win in a heartbeat. I think it's completely possible Because it's it is a guy still working with with power with juice Warren. I never forget I hate myself. Yeah and I have a keen sense of these things because I hate myself and I'm consistently fascinated by things that do not reward me like the fucking Oscars yeah. I don't know why I'm so bent out of shape about this but there did seem to be something Awfully inevitable and part and part of it to the film's credit and the marketing of the film is early on people were saying. In in June a friend at launch said to me clear the decks nineteen seventeen. It will win everything. It is that kind of movie and that person has watched the Oscars for years is a voter knows how all this the stuff works. That person was completely right and I was trying to say it in enough ended. Way To kind of make jokes seem clever. I knew what I was hanging. I feel fucking bad about it. Yeah it's a damn shame uh-huh is this guy sure doesn't matter not really everyone who's married. Kate Winslett I do. Also he was in a New Yorker Kerr profile there is a New Yorker profile by John. Laura I believe and he said some pretty dismissive things about sky fall his own movie and living on. That's what I thought sucks. Let's let's go to best picture. This is the big award any familiar with best picture. I've heard it been talking about quite a bit on on the pod. This week we made. I thought of fairly sincere in feverish pitch for one of the films to win. I'd be delighted with four or five of these films winning as an eye. Let's run down the nominees one last time before Sunday night nominated for best picture our Ford versus Ferrari the Irishman Joe. Joe Rabbit Joker little women marriage story nineteen seventeen once upon a time in Hollywood and parasite I chose for verse for verse for our inches really did not deserve what it got. Ought to be the butt of the jokes. It's going to play so beautifully in all the home theaters of the Marvin Schwarz's around the world. You know all the rich guys were like I need a thirty five millimeter prints Brenna Ford v Ferrari but the print will say lemond sixty six the English title which is what the movie should have been called. Yeah don't you agree. No I think you know we talked about this. You know that I believe in like movie title. Seo Ford Verse Ferrari. I've heard of those things and it worked. A lot of people. People did go to see this movie. Is that what the movies even about. It's not about that at all or you know this you read headlines You're just trying to get people to click is Enzo Ferrari the villain of the movie. It does it matter. People know what Ferrari is people don't know what lament is I don't. It's Lemond French lady and I can't stand the people who are just trying to speak to my audience. Okay in your audience of who I know. I really don't know at this point. If you aren't francophiles no I. I really enjoy France you know. I hope they work. Everything veered into dangerous territory. Let's veer back to best picture. I I'd like. I'd be cool with the Irishman winning it'd be absolutely elated. Little Women One. I don't know what I would do. We would also need like protective gear in that situation but in a positive way because we just you start running into each other aimlessly I guess punching each other guys is way more like Mosh Shing concert than I was expecting prepped for my chemical romance and October. You never know what you're going to get bring your boxing gloves I'm going to be like a like a a young I don't know what's a reference Chuck Lil who am I in the in the in the Octagon of Oscar content. Why are you asking me to name? People who fight in the octagon okay. We don't have to ask ask you that anymore. It'd be awfully sweet of marriage story one it would. It would be sick of once upon a time in Hollywood one. Okay I WOULD BE I. I would be thrilled. It'd be pretty fired up. I just can't hide it. I just think it was great. I watched like seven times now. I'm just the enormous fan. I'm not I'm not ashamed of it I don't I don't really care. If Joker wins I do not Joe Rabbit twin which is not that. I don't like Taika Waititi I do like Tyco. Itt Am. I think he's very talented. This movie gives me shape water vibes. which is like this is a really great artist? Who made something that I just didn't get at all and I hate the idea of rewarding him for this instead of something else that he's GonNa make? It's GonNa be way better or was way better before I would take Iraq Narok over Joe Rabbit a hundred times out of one hundred personally and I find that to be another tricky part of Oscar history. I I really don't know what I would do in that situation. It'd be weird. It's not out of the realm of possibility and I think as far as betting goes. I said this is someone last night. I think that this is weirdly. One of the only wildcard. That's that I could recommend if you've got a little stray cash and you're like you know what I'd want to take a shot in the dark postal money on Joe Joe. I think the odds are ten one right now who knows who it moonlight one like that. There was no one thought that was going to happen. It could happen. Something could come out and make that happen now. Parasite is a little different. Yep parasite in nineteen seventeen or the two films. I think were choosing from Um what went through your mind. Is You're figuring out where to go being a what. What did I say like a scared pragmatist? First and foremost you know I had an interesting in conversation. I guess it was. It will be choose Tuesday night this Tuesday night with my Oscar history nerd friends. who were you're talking about kind of some of their research and talking about their vibe and we're like I think Peres that can do think Peres that can do it? Here's what I think and I said to them what I'll say to you. I was like I've done this before and I won't be fooled again. I remember when we both switched our think it was two thousand seventeen picks from shape of water to get out at the last minute. Like there's just something in the water and I can really feel it in. Its people are open minded in the water. A Weird Fishman created by CARAMEL chocolate. Absolutely and that didn't happen and I honestly think if you would pick the time of the week before the Oscars when decided to do that. It was like Tuesday night Wednesday and just trying to open our hearts to something bigger and I I know better and so I'm going with nineteen seventeen as a my and this is the moment when our souls does decide we spent. I did the same thing last year. I'm fairly certain I was felt strongly. The Green Book was GonNa Win and then I just chose roller. Like a complete schmuck. I'll never forget watching the Oscars with you and Green Book Win One and we. We looked at each other. Like oh no and then you just like angrily really snapped your computer stocked out of the room to the podcast studio without. It was really good. It's just a you know there. My bad boyfriend. There my withholding father there my selfish friend. They don't really ever give you precisely what you want. And that's not its this job they being the Oscars. Yeah Yeah There are other things I have that relationship too but I'm not sure we should talk about that right now. Okay Yeah I think it's making eighteen seventeen. I actually don't think it's complicated. And I don't think parasite is GonNa win now. This puts us in a wonderful position because we either get to be right which you and I both love Bernstein narcissist or is that why we like being right. We have an insane narcissist but I wouldn't have connected the two impulses anyway continue. You're welcome to think whatever reason you want I think it's because you're an insane. Ask or were wrong and we're happy. Yeah unless Joe Rather Windy it in which case This is all just been a strange farce share and then all the people who for months have been like. Why don't you guys like Joe? It's really awesome. They get to feel good and be right and have a nice night and we've spent four months exploring something that we don't understand at all. Yeah that's not a happy outcome not not an ideal ending. What if there's a right in vote for vendors endgame inevitable? I was just wondering to go back to Joe Raby. Do you think my friend Archie Gates will be there. Hayne waved me on that one did well. I was just thinking about. WHAT IF ARCHIE GATES GETS TO BE ON STAGE CARE? I don't care about archie gates aged. Rudy's Eighth Leon. Jo Jo ravitch memorable okay I I don't I am not excited. Had A lot of people have been asking is are you excited about the Oscars. Maybe we've already answered the question on this podcast this week but now it's this is the last one well. Let me let me shock you a little bit by saying I am excited always excited. I don't know what the telecast is GonNa hold. This is probably the least information we've had about. The telecasts will hold ever we know about billy is is performing a song. We know who the presenters are going to be because they circulate that information and boy the present sure seem to be an effort to make up for the fact that a whole lot of white people people are nominated for only awards. That's been fascinating to look at the incredible diversity of the presenters which feels like such a awkward makeup for the fact that the the body doesn't vote for all the right people all the time and that's pretty much. There's no host don't know what the length will be. Don't know the order of the awards. These are new producers who've never produced the show before the ZANU Academy President. I don't know anything. Maybe it will be the beginning. The Dawn of a new age of Oscar greatness and will feel really good about our decision to spend all this time on your optimism shines through in such prising moments. That's so nice thank you. I like watching the Oscars okay. That's where I am. That's tepid okay. We both like watching the Oscars will be watching the Oscars on Sunday night following along closely with every award making note of got. What right and wrong? You ready ready for Sunday. We'll see you on Sunday night. Live right after the Oscars please tune in immediately. After the telecast will be coming to you live on twitter and on Youtube where you can watch us us talk about everything that has just happened. Of course the podcast will be on live immediately after that the cu then this episode was brought to you by Regal Unlimited with an annual regal regal unlimited movies subscription. 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Unproduced Hollywood

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Unproduced Hollywood

"If you haven't heard about anchor it's the easiest way to make a podcast. Let me explain. It's free the creation tools to allow you to create an edit. Your podcast right from your phone or your computer anchor will distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more you can make money from your podcast with no minimum listenership and everything you need is to make a podcast in one place so download the free anchor app or go to anchor dot. Fm to get started. So here we go. Excuse me and welcome. Back to the podcast. Everything you know about movies. Music and theater i am your host man and i am very excited to have heavy back I hope you've been enjoying the most recent episodes. I hope you've been enjoying the strip reading Reading's been going on. There's a lot more planned as a couple more than i haven't. I've been working on. That haven't even announced yet so it's a lot of fun and and mike yesterday is pretty much in all of them To say that he is a staple of my company of actors would understand. This man has come through from me in the toughest of times and the best time and the worst of times and he has always been a great friend to me a great Lover of movies And he's of also the reason. I wanted to do this podcast for a while. I've been talking to him about doing like live reactions to movies while we watch them. But this was obviously pretty covert but anyway he is an actor For the most aspire. He is a wonderful actor. Wonderful employee of the boston trolley company. If i can say that and He's pretty much been in everything done. He's kind of my john happy if i think of you as rookie drivers to my student steven spielberg this is mr andrew. Quinny quinn agreeing to see again. Great to be back. It happened back absolutely. It's almost fun. This is going to be a lot of fun. Quitting has besides the play readings. He's been in. He hasn't been on a regular episode since last year. So this is. This is our first toasted first quitting. And i couldn't have asked for a better subject so tonight when it's going to be a little different usually what i do these top ten lists myself and my guest have Prepared ten top ten lists in addition to around three to five on mentions quinny. No i do on christmas day. We do not do. Chris could halloween we did. We did christmas online because didn't have time to To do an episode with you but yeah we alby this coming year when we when we get back into it. So yes we will do that. But Only that's the way. But this way i wanted to be different. So this is a new segment. Called unchained quinny. Unplugged quinny Basically what's going to happen is i picked a subject. I will actually read off the description. I read off What we're talking about. And mr quitting here who to say. He loves movies way. More than me is an understatement. He has bought so many more movies than even. I have And i've actually been witness to this. I've actually been in Stu stores with him where he is hat stack upon standards. Discount doesn't treat all discount from dis. You'll see me with five or ten stacks. Dvd's the funniest was a thrift store that we found that you and i went to that one afternoon we drove drove up in. It was like an hour in the car. Ride listening to soundtracks thrifty thinking. I think it was. Yeah and we went in. And i was looking at cds. He was looking. Dvd's and he had stacks upon stacks and the funniest the funniest thing to me always winnie after. He's gathered all the ones he wants. He is basically like a lion in the wilderness. He will gather up his prey and then he will decide which one he's going which what's he's going to buy so it's really funny. It's really funny to the point. Where i usually say to them. Quenches by them on is like nah. I won't be conservative. But and i will not be able to find anywhere else hard to find. What's and then grandma in the stack. Am i know i to that to that. No way we store and then he'll narrow down one of the funniest ones that when you have your stack and then Stupid meat comes over and says oh. Have you seen that movie. And i'm torn again. What the fight. But basically i have made our friendship out of movie watching and nodding loving He's come over the house a bunch of times. We've done double double features. We've done oscar watches. I believe right. We've watched the oscars together multiple times. Yeah yeah so. It's a lot of fun very exciting and so on. This subject is in very interestingly exciting. So tonight where you're going to be talking about. The top ten unproved movies ever made i have to say is the nicholas cage. Line to be superman or something about him. Being savannah got to be in that list not to Give it away. It is so. But basically i've come up with a top ten list of Unproductive movies from Pretty well known directors in their way more out there. I mean the list for spielberg alone is crazy for the movies that he didn't get to do or couldn't do or whatever So i've done a top ten plus five. Komo mentions so what's going to happen. I'm going to read through Kind of description. What was planned. Who is going to be in it. Who is directing it. And then mr quinny will give his opinion of secret my opinion. It's my show but this will be fun because quitting so let's preface with this. Quitting not heard any of these he doesn't know the plots of anything. I'm going to say i haven't shown them the list this is pure unadulterated quinny. So i i'm really excited so This kinda that he and i talk about when he comes over and we watch a movie and i say that's a stupid line. He says yeah. You're probably right so so i'm really excited so we're going to get right into it so i will mention so now. Here's the interesting thing on this one. So i wanted to go into two honorable. Mentions i have five hundred inventions. But i want to talk about this one particularly i and for anyone who's interested. I'm getting most information from this book. Called the greatest movies. You'll never see edited by simon grant on great book. That basically is the part of the list that i have So jimmy one second. Find the page. 'cause i didn't mark them down some stupid. A i talk about the tacoma mentioned is that technically if became a movie. So the first one i want to talk about is the trial of the chicago. Seven okay this. This one was made aaron. Sorkin wrote it and he eventually directed but the development of this very interesting. I want to come to trial with chicago. Seven at some point in the future but Basically the whole thing started with spielberg asking sorkin to come over and tell him. I wanna do a movie about the riots in of chicago In sixty eight and subsequent conspiracy trial sorkin. Sorkin said great awesome. He left and he called his dad and he said his dad and he said dad what happened in sixty eight in chicago. And what was the trial that he had no idea what what is but he did. The research in in spielberg initially wanted out in time for the election. Which would have been. I believe the reelection of president bush. The former president president w bush so I'm gonna assume most people know what happened. But basically there were riots that occurred during anti protests anti-vietnam inanity war protests in the middle of chicago Headed by what they consider the chicago seven. abbey hoffman. Jerry rubin Thomas hayden rennie davis Dave dellinger leaf ryan's and John franz emily whiner and bobby seale who was who was the head of the panthers at the time was also there as well. Now the interesting thing about this is spielberg was fascinated by this name. Wanted to do this as a movie. So in in in this he what his what happened so spielberg and he had to producers walter parks in large laurie. Macdonald on there had the film in development from two thousand and seven. The the project moved from the back burner after the director wrapped indiana jones and the cayman crystal skull. Sasha bearing sir baron. Cohen was to be abbie. Hoffman spielberg were set to meet heath ledger to play. Thomas haden and philip seymour. Hoffman was set to play william kuntsler. Now he's now. That part was eventually taken over by mark rylance and then will smith was set to play. Bobby seale And will smith said at the time. When steve is ready he will send it. He told me the film dates. So i can be free. It's not a hundred percent. Sure thing yet. But i'm confident And when they were interviewing spielberg The interview earlier said he spied headshots of three different actors. Who were also being considered. One was taye diggs Adam arkin hate to say his name. But kevin spacey was also on that list as well so however the project reportedly by variety became sketchy after director could knock get rewrites during the writers guild of america strike this was in two thousand seven spielberg spielberg did say all of my writers were on the picket line The fate was compounded by the threat of another strike by this time. The screen actors by the screen actors guild. There was another strike at this point Spielberg moved onto lincoln was then in development along with warhorse horse and the adventures attend attention. I'm after that To other directors got an got interested. One was paul greengrass known for the series and Else in the end united. thank you. And and then Ben stiller actually had conversations about possibly directing and so but it never happened and Sorkin said it then subsequently went into his drawer and he hated the fact he actually tried to do it as a stage play. But if you've seen the movie there's way too much to make it a style now queenie hearing that even that little bit of cast you're talking and actually the the day heath. Ledger died the next day. He was scheduled to meet spielberg to talk about this particular movie. So he's got such baron cohen who we've seen what he did with the with the park. heath. Ledger would've played the eddie redmayne character. philip seymour. Hoffman would have played the mark ryan's character and will smith would have played. I can't say his name. But the bobby seale character. Based on what i said in terms of that. Is that something you would like to see. What are your thoughts on this. I wish that had come about. Because i would love to have seen. He fled her. Not that not that. Any redmond Sasha cohen mark rylance. There were phenomenal in those parts. But it would have been great to see philip seymour. Hoffman lawyer and heath ledger probably get oscar gossip performances and will smith at the time was up and coming he did. I think i imagined in pure pursuit of happiness. All in the same year in austin oscar condition for those would have been rate mortgage now. Yeah it was right around the time of ali. So he'd already proven that he could be dramatic actor and and from what you saw in Trials chicago seven. That's there now. And what's what's really funny quinn. I don't know if you get when i was watching. The movie on netflix still available. I was getting hints of spielberg. Like sorkin was kind of has if he were spielberg. I got some shots. That i felt were like that feels very spielberg or that feels very spielberg asked with it. So even though we didn't get the cast that i mean this cast sounds amazing in i guess adam Alan arkin was being considered for Judge julius hoffman. I mean that would have been quite interesting to see frank Say same when lella was great so it it sounds like this would have been What we got was just as good this would have been. Pi would have been even better. 'cause we would have seen really interesting stars playing these roles. I it's it's it's it's good. No it's it right out if cheer like borussia during what was happening during twenty twenty. Yeah all the riots. Something was happening it it. It really hit a record so All right so that's the first one now. The second one. I want to talk about is on an honorable mention because i have an opinion on it but i want quinny to to tell me he has now if anyone who's listening When this episode comes out we have The episode of when we did the reading casablanca would've already come out and so this is preceding that. I was a sequel. Is this the castle. So so they. After casa blanca was a hit and became the time classic. It was the studio decided they wanted to try to do a sequel At the time They said that the to the episode Julius and philip epstein were not available so they had a different writer do it. So here's what would happen. It would start exactly as ended. You know claude rains and Humphrey bogart walking off. You know This seems like the beginning of a project friendship etcetera etcetera. And then it's not as how it would continue They would they would enter. They would enter a car. Arriving at bogart's place they find the german delegation awaiting them. They demand that Claude rains either. Arrest bogart or turn them over for them for questioning. bogarde Prefers arrest cod. Brains smiles he is what happens. We learn that bogart's rick blaine is not a club. A nightclub owner with a shady pass but an undercover agent preparing for an allied invasion of north africa. Claude rains was also secretly a good guy all along as well Elsa and her freedom fighting bo. Victor fixture has died and l. as now able to be with to follow ric tange year. They're in disguise of black marketeer. Brick is attempting to infiltrate a gang of nazi saboteurs. But it's true. Runs no smoother and tanja than it did in casablanca has rix strategy relies on betting maria. A spanish Mary hurry in league with the nazis. Rick loves elcibey. Can't tell her because that would blow his cover. It also loves rick but in a few books fever feeble echo of the original resolves to let him go to do the greater good conveniently. Maria also loves rick in a final showdown with chief nazi. She takes a bullet for him and dies in his arms. We then dissolve as an american ship homeward bound with our lovers Looking out into the sun and finding happen happiness last bomb like to kind of worked almost the same way as supply. Oh my yeah definitely. I don't see why didn't make it. I mean they didn't make it. And i'm i'm personally glad they get because of what they did. In casa blanca is build up the character of Rick of rick and of Renault as these guys with a pass they have flaws but we like them anyway if they show that he's an undercover agent. They've they've completely undeterred. Undone made in casa blanca and making an interesting character now has just a complete wire so it kind of draws the stakes down. It seems to rehash the same thing that happened. So i personally am kind of glad that they they didn't do But that's like what you know in hollywood. If they in never know if they make a movie is gonna be hit. Or is it going to flop. They never know himself. And then they end up feeling like they need to Have an excuse for a sequel to exist in the same realm as does so All right so. I guess we'll So if we're keeping score trial the chicago seven. I think winning. And i both agree with one as see This this one was called brazzaville. Which has taken the name from what Claude rains says. I think we could do away with that. One i think that one was that can be stricken. That can be stricken okay. So here's the next one This one is very interesting. This was a something's got to give now. This one would have been a marilyn monroe vehicle With dean martin involved so monroe was cast as Ellen arden a young woman of two declared legally dead after being lost at sea five years. Her nick played by demartin remarries in his on his honeymoon with his new spouse bianca when allen is rescued from the island on which she had actually been stranded she puts on a fake foreign accent and moves in with them as their house may pretending her name is ingrid tick neck is troubled by the knowledge that he has two wives and even more perturbed when he learns that allen was marooned with another man who she dubbed adam to her eve to counter his his jealousy Allen hires of weedy man to pose as adam so that's basically the story of what that would have been. So this is dean martin. George couture would have been a director now. The interesting thing about this particular movie is they actually did film some of the scenes. The problem was this was around the time of of Moreau's declined. She was very high on drugs. She wasn't getting much sleep. She was Attend and this also around the time that she was having the affair with then president kennedy and his brother Bobby and so everything was kind of happening. She was being erotic her she would show up late or not at all. It was kind of marlon brando in his later years and after her insistence of not being happy and all that they start kind of feeling this was going to not work out at when she did die because this she died during the production they just they just abandoned and and then go forward For me personally because in this again in the book that i'm getting his information in the greatest movies you'll never see. There is photos of what it would have been. And i mean marilyn road looks good as she always does. It looks like it would have been an interesting story. It seems like one of those rob's like one of those comedy romantic robs that they did all the time There was talk that it would have stretched Maryland ro out to show that she was a good actress as opposed to just a beauty. So i'm all for that as well. quinny what do you think about this one. You listen is not be confused with the other movie called. Something's gotta give with jack nicholson. I would've loved now with the technology and siegi that we have of. I would love this. This could been mala. Monroe's like final performance per se if she hadn't passed away because her final performance is the misfits with also another one clark gable in his last one as well i would i would have loved to have seen exempt. Seen the screen tests state did for her for this week. Something's gotta give and have seen the shots. She's an i think. Hot tub bath the pool on the she not they could have been her masterpiece i would. I would love to see this. Have that trump see. I think i'll actually agree with you on that. This would have been interesting again from anything. Everything i've read about. It does would show off more of her personality and more of her ability to act which to not. Many people actually thought that she could so I'm all all that and that that makes sense so all right so we're going to say that the and the funny thing you mentioned about that that one was called something's gotta give this one's some. Something's got trump. its proper english. Will you know that they did. Africa's jack nicholson usually love ya love. Something's got. I don't know maybe it's possible it's possible now. This this next one is very interesting. Because i'm not a huge fan of this particular actor but i'm wondering if maybe this would have been interesting and it's interesting that we're recording so we're recording this on Holocaust state which is basically when the russians came in and and and rescued all of those poor poor souls in auschwitz and liberated auschwitz And so it's interesting that we're that i'm reading this one. So this one is called the day clown chrome. I dunno fy notice so this one would have starred in direct in was directed by jerry lewis now again similar to. Something's gotta give this one does. Actually exist was filmed. It was completed. But jerry lewis right up until his death has said he would never release this film. So here's how this one would go. So do you have heard. I've read some of that somewhere. So limit dork is washed up. German circus clown arrested by stopover performing drunken burst nation of hitler at about while his loving wife searches for him. A helmet is taken to the jewish prison camps to prison camps where. He has taunted and bullied by other inmates The jewish presence start to revive helmet rediscovers sloppy performance by entertaining the children even though they are segregated separated by barbed wire. This earns the respect and admiration of the bullies. Then commander arise orders. Helmet must be stopped. He defies the ruling and a savagely being put into solitary confinement. But the commandant is persuaded that the clown could have his uses in keeping the children. The jewish children distracted while they are being loaded onto a box to auschwitz. Alas accrue twist of fate results in helmet being trapped aboard the train with them at the death camp he pleads to be allowed to leave the children pied piper style into the gas chambers to spare them the horror of their feet until the very end as they geico in his routine. Final credits roll at that. That is the story here. Jerry lewis has said. Is that everything he did was pretty much wrong. If you remember. Schindler's list is x. Turn describes the list as an absolute good jerry. Lewis has described this as an absolute harsh He says the peso's was wrong. The direction was wrong. Everything was wrong and he put it in a vault and it was never to be seen. And it's only been seen by a couple of people being Spandau taps own harry shearer who has said this was an example of a really terrible movie but not in the sense of like Movie forty three. Whatever that movie is it terrible in the sense that this just was just a wrong movie. Everything was wrong. Everything was was was poorly conceived in this You're hearing screening. Wh what do you think of this. I don't know if i don't think no no. No no i have. I have read the script. And they were going for schindler's list but they came out with something terrible and jerry lewis was not the clown to pull this apart and i guess a lot. The biggest thing was that he tried to make helmet likeable and in the script in the in the original concept helmet is never supposed to be likable. He's supposed to be a vain. Egotistical actor in that is final act is because he actually cares with something else besides himself and he wanted to spare. I've seen worn remembrance so many series where they actually put Actors through the gas chamber actually showed it onscreen i. I don't need to see children. Go through that. That's so all right so we'll call that so right. Now we have trials. You can go seven. Would be ago and something's gotta give would be ago brazzaville and they clown cried would not we. We've we've heard decent decent stuff. We haven't gotten a the outrageous stuff yet. i think i think what's interesting. Is that all the ones on this. Were would have been interesting. Would have been interesting to see whether we like it or not. That's another story. Yeah right so anyway these are mentions these are just you know what we were talking about. They didn't make the top ten list but here we are top ten on produced movies of all time ready. Quinn wait the week. Did we have five thirty trials before trump trial The day the clown cried. Something's gotta give in brazzaville. There are others. That i didn't like i said there's a whole list of movies that Spielberg get to do ridley. Scott and get do camden etc etc. I mean we go on forever about cameron's concept of spiderman. But you know we only have so much time so the first one. We're gonna talk about which i have to get the page We're gonna talk about one. That sounds interesting. And it's one of those things again where you wonder. Why didn't it happen but to the white sea this would this would have started. This would have started. Brad pitt and it would have been written and directed by joel and ethan coen so we need another. We don't need another seven years in tibet. So let's see what this is about so this was actually about world war. Two and evidence based on a book called to the white sea. And it's actually by. You'll you'll find this interesting. It's by the author of deliverance up so Do it follows an epic journey of monroe. A once in alaskan hunter now a us air force pilot stranded in japan during the second world war when tokyo was firebombed by his own forces. He escapes making his way through japan towards the safety of the frozen desolate island of hokkaido. Help us i said His violent odyssey takes them through hostile territory in bitter weather as he endeavors to keep one step ahead of the soldiers pursuing him. It says the tail would have revisited. Many cohen motifs. They plotted an adventure and odyssey through the dark chapter of american history. Much like in a brother where art bearing that it would have been taken place in the nineteen forties The due to the white sea would have ticked the second world war. Two box Despite joel and ethan skill in intricate idiosyncratic dialogue to the white sea was to feature little dialogue and little speech scenes played out in silence as the pilot trek through a largely desolate landscape. Such people didn't counter with speak in their native japanese. These exchanges would have no subtitles leaving the audience alienated from the world as we drove himself And they were Believed they could do this within two hours and they actually had a ninety eighty nine page screenplay The first draft was actually done by david. David webb peoples who wrote Unforgiven and they consider that a faithful Adaptation even a darker and it would have been they said they say also a lot of it would have been reminiscent in terms of the style to fargo this tin-happy happy because of cost overruns. The budget ballooned and Because they were paying a lot of money to brad pitt to star in his movie if it just budget got out of hand and what happens allow times and movies in hollywood is the financing just fell through glad to did. Did anyone get lost. Trying to get the plot of that. Because i got lost coen brothers. It doesn't it. Sounds like a its own alec. Like no like even like the darren ski like sold out with noah was not like not inside of moving. All hell no. So that's known frequency. I'm good with the no. I like the. I like the insidious Dialogue of the cohen's even recognized in bridge of spies. You spielberg movie. But you hear the coens influence in the screenplay when you watch british so yeah so i am to have have silent cohen. We will we will pass on that. So here we go. Here's number. Nine number nine would have been a batman year. One this would have been done by. Darren aaron katersky now. We his name kind of came already had never mentioned him. Basically this was in development. Hell for years that they wanted to do batman year one. This is well after this this when they want. No this was when they were trying to figure out. After batman and robin before batman begins before chris noland came into the picture. This room those remaining like all right faceted that disastrous batman and robin after the disaster. They would then start. Started thinking about trying to figure out in at the time Darren aaronow began a friendship with frank. Miller who wrote made by one and it would have been very much based on that whole thing so Aaronow skiing milas vision imagines bruce wayne not as a millionaire playboy kid wandering the streets of gotham after seeing his parents murdered. He's taken in by a mechanic. Little how who teaches him about cars as bruce watches. The city's darkness encroach on its life Latterly as vigil anti with psycho logic tests psychotic. Tendencies bruce hours gotham for our gotham patrol driving around in a blackout lincoln towncar that becomes the batmobile. The back connection is made when he punches a wrongdoer in the face with his father's signet ring the initials t. w. thomas wayne. Vive what it looks. What looks like the image of a bat on the premise forehead. A cape in hockey mask. Hasten his transformation into batman Kampelman and the joker introduced in miller's original also featured and the central whom was said to be in realm of dirty harry death wish and a taxi driver and it was said that the the the from what i've read in a couple of things they were thinking clean eastwood for batman So If he was twenty years younger i would say go right ahead and ask them. But i know i would say if they hadn't if they hadn't already put christian bale as batman. I would say chris sale. This was this was around the time. Also when george miller with Funny enough. It didn't make my list. But i will talk at one point about george miller and his supposed justice league movie so this was around that same time as well as same time as j.j. Abrams is superman fly. Fly boy so yeah and like the darken grittiness that they were talking about but I don't know if aronovski is the one to have done it. I've never been. I was almost psychologically scarred from requiem for a dream his no was kind of. Okay wasn't great. I've never been a big aronovski fan So i would say. I would say either nolan or david censure for i want this i would want this. I guess the me but this. Because i love comic book. Acid in your runs and chris nolan. Did batman begins. I wish that was the story. It was was wise because that's the ending they sped. There's man coming in. Yes the cardinals and the jokers card so the next movie it just the joker but if you read the comic book year one cattlemans in there too and i would've loved to have seen that with love to see that come batman you're one be made absolutely so I think this is maybe a middle. Maybe to a past. For me i would. I think pass on this one yeah. I'm glad i'm glad we got what we got. Even though we had to live through. Joe schumacher's basically molest station of batman. But but we did. Get to. Chris nolan and i would. I would not trade chris nolan's vision for anything that i really watch those recently and i love those movies all. Yeah so rises i. I'm a. I'm a band rises defender. I will always defend that movie. That is worth a rewatch. Anyone hates that movie. It's worth talking about the style of taxi driver. Anyone has seen the recent movie joker of the scenes in direction was taken from that movie. Oh definitely deniro is in that movie as a talk show host. And it's the demise of the joker how he becomes how he tweeted his. That's how travis bickel taxi driver. And i know that they're talking possibly about a joker to with a batman involved it would. It would be very interesting. I mean we could go on forever about the movie. Joker itself 'cause I saw that by myself. But i think you and i spoke about pretty soon afterwards so all right next on our list funding that this guy isn't on the list more because he's had a couple of movies that have not panned out for whatever reason I'm talking of course about the one. And only terry gilliam. I know and i'm talking about the movie. The defective detective This movie would have Been done in ninety three. So this predates two-day distributors before monkeys and the fisher king. Visiting right so this would have been so what happened is this basically is the movie he would have done after baron munchausen and so and it took a long time for him to get in there So this one would have been due to do so. This was conceived a few years after munchausen The defective detective was in many ways. The fourth part of his fantasy trilogy before he could make it Gilliam hat to redeems. Okay so to do so So the world of the defective detective the tale of a middle aged cop joe foster succumbing to an overwhelming sense of failure a chance encounter with a ten year old girl who appears to be whisked away on a bed. That flies over nighttime manhattan leads foster. On a journey to another world a world of two dimensional cutout forest news paper trees ballot valiant nights a virgin damsel in distress three headed dragon. Corporate mr big capable of dividing into twelve duplicates Duplicates self and a young boy who may well be the innocent hopeful joe before the world dragged him down Gilliam has said this is. This is a hero who has gone sour. He's a guy from the mid west who came to new york to take on the big big apple. He's a good cop and has initial an has early initial success use a hero and then life goes on and he doesn't get to be a hero again reached the point where he's on the edge of the breakdown and he finds himself in this fan. Fantastical world Having to rediscover how to be a kid again to play because of all tough guy stuff doesn't work in this world Gilliam and this would have been re written with Gilliam's writer from the fisher king richard And again. What ended up happening is a lot of Hullabaloo and budget things. He couldn't get financing. No one really want to do it. There has been taught that he's trying to get this done as a miniseries somewhere or something. Obviously cova kind of stopped everything But listening to that you're right. It's sounds similar to what it sounds like a nightmare. Before christmas henry select kind of stop animated motion an animated kind of movie. Not maybe like action. I don't know it sounds very like fantasy. it could be made. It could be made a recipes. Terry gilliam Now echo take over and do it But i could see it. Happening could see happening to but also if you think about it the intervening years When he wanted to do few other movies we did get some great moves from killing. We got twelve monkeys. We got the fisher king We actually did you ever see Idle taoiseach legis. vital movie. The magic of doctor parnassus also zero theorem was actually pretty good with with christopher walz response so i would say yes to this when i know we've got a lot of great and also this around the time that he was thinking about doing watchmen so he he was thinking about that as well. So that's another on may terry gilliam masterpiece which he actually said quite hands made really good exactly all right. So so That was our number. Eat coming onto number seven number seven again. I'm really surprised that this man doesn't come up more on the list. But we do what we can We're gonna go onto don quixote and this would have been directed by mr orson welles. Starring francisco rivera arkham tarp and patty mccormack Now for those. Who don't know about Orson welles pre much after citizen kane. He was blackballed from hollywood Susan cain was such a hoopla that he when he was doing the magnificent amber since it was taken out of his hands he never got creative control of project ever again and he had to spend most of his life. hawking his wares and getting money. And and he said he wants set in a Interview that filmmaking is eighty percents what he say he said. Twenty percent create creativity and eighty percent Money laundering so and it's very true but basically so this was his take on Don quixote It was to be done in all black and white. It was shot in Spain and funny enough he he filmed it several months and years until actually the only reason he abandoned it was because Francisco rivera died. He didn't he couldn't finish the movie without him But what was interesting. Is that what. I'm reading here. It was kind of be to be done in a very silent movie type of thing. It was going to have narration. Done by orson welles himself and it was gonna be. You're going to be seeing the motion and the action happening in. Orson welles Narrating it and what he called. A pri pri voice i have i have seen footage of this. It's on youtube It's actually not footage. Looks beautiful. But i don't like the idea of it being a kind of silent film don quixote lot of i mean. Let's put it this way terry. Gilliam eventually did don quixote in don quixote talks great deal so there's a lot of dialogue and things from from him ever seen one with johnny depp in shade on a that saddam tomorrow. That's not movie. But now i'm i'm okay with being shelved comes down for me quinonero pretty much on the same page from most of the stuff So we are now coming into. Excuse me Number six and number six again this guy. He does come up on our list again. So hopefully i'll be talking about this but we're gonna be going into number six. We're gonna be talking about eight movie at find the page. Here this will be hut. When i when i go and post people. Don't my pages Moving continued listeners. This is when. I shouldn't have detained for him. This is when he sits down and goes come on. Okay was actually page before so we are talking about napoleon. this would have been written and directed by stanley kubrick. Gone you not know about the so me. Kubrick himself always for people who don't know. He was meticulous meticulous perfectionist and it comes from his dodge of chess always viewed movie making an life as a chess game. You have to plot. And you have to plan to think ahead of a million different things and he got so fascinated by the life of napoleon that he was actually going to do a cradle to grave bio-pic about to polian that would have been public three hours long and he was very close he he he meticulously was he had a like a like a. What's it called. The dewey decimal system like they had the he had like a like a Like cards in my little thing like card things and he had what napoleon every day of his life from again cradle to grave and he and if someone asked him well what did he do on july tenth he could go into his thing and say he was doing such and such and such. That's how meticulous this man was. he read about napoleon. There was going to be some battles. He was looking at various things. And the word is and i don't know how true this is. He was talking to jack. Nicholson about playing. Napoleon himself In terms of he you know he wanted to do the fights. He wanted to waterloo and he was fascinated by how did napolean who was such a thinker. Such a planner such a chess player end up. Essentially fucking everything up so well at waterloo to two stanley kubrick. It made no sense so he wanted to do this movie. Based on it and what ended up happening is that it was another movie called waterloo that premiered and it was too similar to what kubrick wind to do and it was a flop so all the investors all everyone who had money at it. Pull them money and said. We don't want to do this because it's not gonna make any money Cooper tried multiple months to try to get it up and it just didn't happen. Make very london instead so everything you learned and everything that would have gone into. Napoleon went into barry lyndon. And that's probably one when the only reasons he made barry lyndon In recent years it has said that. Spielberg steven spielberg. Since he was really good friends with kubrick has actually taken it and it may possibly become a A mini series And carry fujita of vitucci. Our is Possibly looking at directing but right now it's still in development possibly queenie. You're hearing this. What do you think that's the thing if he hadn't made very linden and wild waterloo didn't come out maybe. He scored with that. Like that would have been his lincoln that could have been like with spielberg making. That could have been his baby with. Not jack nicholson. I would say like dustin hoffman. Napoleon or won't be woody allen be own a mean this like stick short actors. I think no hop from would have been my choice for him to be the polian and would that would have been interesting. But i have a strange feeling a strange feeling that with Dustin hoffman's a reputation for being difficult in being a perfectionist and coupons matching. maiden have. they would've they would have killed each other but yeah okay. So i i. I mean anything that kubrick would have done and there's again a list of movies that he wanted to do. There was even talk that he wanted to do. A sequel to dr strangelove Any of that would have been interesting to me. So i i say all onsite strangelove crime with a clockwork orange hara with the shining and then the macab of the army army and with And then it's yeah exactly so all right so we're gonna move onto our top hitting the top five regrets. Let's let's stop that so this one is very interesting so this would have been a movie called pink fill and it would have been written and directed by her stone. Okay now this is what it is so we are all know that Oliver stone has his vietnam trilogy. he was Infiltrating meme he was infantry soldier. In in in vietnam he signed up in fact those script. Platoon is basically his autobiography saying the platoon. We have born on the fourth of july and heaven and earth in great trilogy greater. He spoke about wanting to do a fourth movie about vietnam. And here's what it would have been. It was going to be called pinker. Ville named after the scene of the myla massacre in nineteen sixty eight in which u. s. troops fighting no enemy troops slotted women and children the elderly and laugh stock a. Us helicopter pilot witnessed. The attack attempted to position his vehicle. As a shield for the civilians imploring his gutters to open fire on their own side if they persisted yet. Only one of the sodas was convicted of wrongdoing. So this story would would have been the story of the of the stone had lined up. channing tatum and possibly shall above. bruce willis was On board and again what happened to trial chicago. Seven two thousand seven writers strike. Put an end up. And on this willis left project in stone decided to do W and wall street. Money never sleeps. He has said in numerous accounts that he could do. One more movie would possibly be pinker ville because the script has been written in. It's pretty much ray to go so i like it. I don't like bruce willis. This is his last baby if he wants to make it. Go so be fun I don't like bruce willis in it. I if they had of real good actor. Yeah uh throw. John c mcginley. He's been he's been a stolen regular and premature everything so lend lend office based and yeah so all right so that's pinger val so our number four we're going that both knows at a south korea i would. I would see if it didn't. I would see it. If it didn't have bruce willis if an bruce willis. I'll see but it will still end up hating because i hate for the treatment. He he put to kevin smith. I can't forgive him for that one. Yeah which actually The original title was a couple of dicks. Which is a better title okay. So number four is. We're going back to mr kubrick mr stanley kubrick and this movie is called the aryan papers right. It's moving would have been based based on a louis begley semi-autobiographical set in in during the holocaust called wartime lies Duty to do okay. So this was based on the author's experience in nazi-occupied poland wartime lies charts the heart trending plight of tanya and milica a jewish woman in her nephew who obeyed the death camps by obtaining identities imposing his catholics. The moving often herring book is narrated by an adult maleki whose life has been shaped by the lies. He was forced to tell to survive. kubrick has said that the adaptation was a big risky topic It is not a drama that is over the top and has lots of action. It's very silent movie a very serious movie And did you do in kubrick actually put actually had a cast put together again. This was something that came along. Very closely They had he he talked to. I'm trying to find her name joanna tear siege. Who who was. Who has just in the george shelters one thousand nine hundred thriller the vanishing and also appeared artists and appeared opposite. Gary oldman in Immortal beloved and he also talked to i find the neighbour joseph What's the kid's name from Drastic park joseph mazzola. Yeah He was gonna be the child so much. So that he met with kubrick on a spielberg's Behest and Kubrick even told him. Don't cut your hair. I want that hair. Do not talk to your child. In a to the delayed the natual is hayley lawson so when happening with this is kind of what happened with full metal jacket when spill when spielberg when kubrick was making full metal jacket when it finally came out Platoon had come out. And you also had hamburger hill. You had all these war movies that came out of the same time and kubrick ended up being overtaken by young film murky so formal jacket when it first came out and get the love that it deserved when this was about to go into. Production never saw production or anything like that before. It went into production. Schindler's list came and who and kubrick was like. I can't do this. I don't know if i can do this. And so he and what. What would have been interesting is that there have been reports in. When i talked about schindler's list. I really wanna talk about this in very specific manner but there was talk. That kubrick had problems schindler's list because he believes schindler's list was about success. You know a man's gotta do what a man's gotta do bryan hayes mind. The holocaust was about failure. It was about the failure of people realizing that millions millions of jews were being tortured and killed and it was happening right under. everyone's knows essentially So you here. So he gave it up because of all that. But you hear about this area in papers with this cast What do you think when you listen. This is very interesting because for me. I honestly thought that after jacket stanley kubrick never was heard from. I mean did make a movie and this was all happening to lead up to eyes wide. Shut the came out ninety nine now final project before he passed away if you saying if you want to make it now to make it if it was to be made I might no. It's it's i don't know it's tough tough top call. How about you yeah. It's a tough call. I mean schindler's list even with It's mostly terry gilliam than has that problem with it but the whole like. Oh it's about success. I feel like sometimes people forget that even though the holocaust was a failure that if we can highlight of the good that came out of it. We're better off office. Humans to be you know we should remember those who died and that we should keep that in our heart but we should also remember those who who survived and now can tell their stories through like organizations like the show or foundation. So i probably would have said no at the time i mean i. I think this could have been a great great great movie And like i said before anything. Kubrick did damned if i wouldn't have bought a ticket to see ads out. Yes louis so like alpha me for that time. Ask and at the time. I wouldn't have been able to see because i would have been a bit listening you to watch bill joe rapid. We know it's such great won best screenplay for tat champion. Joe joe rabbit is on my list. But here's the thing i'm waiting for. Megan who is a Half jewish because of her father Wing for to see it. Because i really think the two should see it together. So i'm holding off. I will you. And i will talk about judging rabbit when it comes as she seems endless or yeah she said i have to say you must have watched for the first time. My sister's strong girl. she doesn't cry. She was clash. And won't what i what. Megan who said to me as she is said to me when it comes time for our son to see that movie your shell. That and i said i have no problem sitting through that movie. It's really tough for me. But let's put it this way worse things done to The mayans and central america by conquistadors. So you know. They were multiple genocides in the world. I guess i shouldn't say that. I mean holocaust was terrible. Terrible terrible night. I pray for anyone. Life is beautiful. That's another one movie funding. Is you talk about the wasn't made out clown all is that his father is a father and trying to change his son while the troops got a gun in his back. And he's you know would say yeah they did say that that Life is beautiful. Had an echo of what Jerry lewis the clown would have been All right so we're down to the top three so here comes the top three so number through this one is a this one's the i think probably the most recent one so much so that it's not in my book actually had to do research for this. This one's called the kidnapping of edward more taro. Now this was based on a book. Called david kurtz kidnapping of edward martin's it was about is a true story about a jewish italian it water mataro who has kidnapped and forced converts to the catholic church and then the Multiple times by the by his mother to try to regain province on him so much so that ended up being a fight with the pope at the time. pope pious the. I don't know the I ex- i don. I don't know. Roman numerals no That's the story his. How would have come down. You had mark rylance portraying the pope. You had oscar isaac portraying Montero and ready for the kicker you have steven spielberg directing it and have tony. Kushner twenty kushner from munich andrews in america and lincoln writing the script. I say i take my money. Take my money do it. This didn't happen because spielberg was having a tough time. Finding the boy to play the young Eduardo so that's why it didn't happen it's on the back burner from what its said. You know spielberg's still wants to get this one done. It might be in the realm of and Schindler's list which both took ten years to get to the screen. Maybe this will make this. I mean this was. This was set to Film in two thousand seventeen but it was canceled and spielberg ended up doing a ready player one and is during that time. So that's that's happening will be very solid good of you. I know the book is better than the movie but watch the movie. The book is different. That's what i say. I mean i'm a fan of the book and the movie. I loved the movie. It's one month. At the time. I started four times as on. We saw it together. We saw together. I saw it with you. I saw it with another. France are with my friend. Kristen is sorry By myself so i saw it four times in the theater and moving. So yeah i. I won't take anything wave memo that movie okay. I know to fanta to you. Really quick alright. Sell staying in the realm of mr spielberg. We we are gonna talk about night skies alien aliens so this one would have been based on An actual incident so in the fall of nineteen fifty five members of the sudden family of the christian county in kentucky alleged they had seen unidentified creatures and lights in the sky above their rule farmhouse. This story was corroborated by local. Policemen in state troopers who gave the tail enough credence for it to be investigated by the us air force. I in his reports Offered further detailed the hopkinsville goblins so So called because the event occurred in here. The small city of hopkinsville were described as around nine centimeter tall with twenty points years at traffic. Them's and spidey. Harms topped with metallic italians Silvery gray in color and around twelve to fifteen in number they appear to float above the ground and could suddenly appear in high places. The alien showed no sign of hostility despite rich In true hollywood for four fashion farmers. Elmer lucky sutton and billy ray taylor began blasting them which shotguns With his recall one of the aliens being shot point blank range and resembling the sound of bullets hitting a metal bucket. This movie came out Came out of the fact that columbia wanted a sequel to Closing house of the third spielberg did not want to do a sequel. But he thought if he he he found out this story and he says if i could give him this story maybe they'll leave me alone with sequel so at the time he was doing raiders of the lost ark. He had a deal to do this. He couldn't really I i think he said he didn't. He wasn't interested in directing it but he was going to set it up. he was going to produce it. He tried to get lawrence. Cast into right the first script. He ended up getting Lousy listening he wrote pies expec and big chill yeah He did get john sales. Who had written parana at the time. And john sayles wrote Basically script Any rick baker to do the designs. The designs are actually fully available online for people to see if you google night skies rick baker steven spielberg and he was thinking about possibly having. Tobe hooper directed. This was in the pipeline for toby actor but he he passed away. Dope to hooper passed away. He's he's he's he's on hassling. But this this would have been have been. This would have been one thousand hundred eighty odd so this was before poltergeists and this company dot com is probably got. The conversation started on when they ended up doing poltergeist together. But but anyway it began fully in so salesroom script and Do do trying to see if i can get so. He had creating little characters. Okay so Did you hit you. On some old pictures like a drums along the melt the mohawk the searchers and the white dawn that's what john sales used in his screenplay and Do to do to do. I'm trying to but basically yes. Oh he recreated an what ended up becoming the iconic image of this which would then go into. Something else was at the very end. One of the aliens was to get abandoned. there was a A benign there was a benign alien that ended up befriending the autistic son of the farmers during this attack The alien was then marooned but instead of the image that you're already thinking quinn It's a shot of the spaceship flying away. The aliens marooned huddled in the darkness. And you see a hawk fly above row credits. It was the bleak bleak. Thank so spielberg while he. This was all going on. While he was filming raiders of the lost ark when he got back from his lost ark he started thinking i think i've lost my census. I don't think that's the story. I wanna tell should get back to the spirituality. And the benevolence of what caused encounters meant so he and that was when he talked to melissa. matters She wrote the script. Which would eventually which was initially called a boy's life than et and me and then he et And he closed the book on nights guys and end up doing Et and actually. If you look at rick baker's designs you see kind of the beginnings of et rick baker and spielberg fell out on. They didn't work together again until much. Much later with I think they work together with the first time that we're together again was the men in black but Rick baker offer snake so So carlo rambaldi ended up being credited as the creator. Dude he does zanuck But if you look at rick baker things you can see where a lot of it came from so now hearing this now i personally have been fascinated after. I heard that this was a thing. I actually researched. The case of the kelly hopkins goblins and there's a lot of. There's why evidence saying that. It actually happened is last stained evidence that says it happened. I would love to see this as a movie. Like just that story itself. How it's described i would again take all my money. i would've. I would've seen it absolutely minute. You said docs skies. I knew it was take money. Absolutely absolutely if spielberg does not want to direct this j.j. abrams thing collaborate with sued. Great made a fantastic movie off a great movie. So yes you got me very yes for. This movie is going to be made i. I've been toying with the idea. Possibly during my own adaptation of it independent of what spielberg did an independent of what they wanted to do. it's in my head i've always wanted to do an alien movie The story is quite interesting if you get into the the documentary and the and what really happened. So it's really quite fascinating isn't movie it's not spielberg related. It's called dark scott's this russell get the accurate his name but it's about who's being invaded by aliens wild. It's very very suspenseful in very good. It's it's it's it's quite interesting so all right. We're now down number one now. If you've been if you've been paying attention quinny asked me a question at the very beginning and if a particular movie was to be on the list at all and i promised him that it would be on the on the list and guess what it's number one all good. The movie we're we're talking about right now is a movie that was going to be called superman lives. It would have been directed by mr tim. Burton and starring nicolas cage a superman. Kala his out this began they wanted to read do soup to redo the origin. They wanted to this jolt. Come down. this was Oh i this was. John peters he oh he somehow got the rights to superman any wine to do it. He had a couple of scripts put out One of them was j.j. Abrams of fly boy in other words. Gary pottier super bowl superman Ripple kevin smith comes into the picture. I'm gonna give you the history of how this came to be. Kevin smith came into the picture. He had just chasing amy. The script was all around. Hollywood loved and said this can right. They brought him in to Warner brothers and they said here's a couple of projects if you wanna possibly right and someone said sumon in that cod is i. And he wanted and but they said all right. Well here's the script we have. He read it. He came back the next day and he says it's the worst fucking script i've ever read to you. Pay you pay someone to write this. Know the someone's fucking cousin etc etc so much so that they finally said well what would be your take. And kevin smith hata take. He wrote a script and he called. Superman lives basically superman reborn except sounds better. And based on. Fletch lives and it had brainiac. Had the radical either had lex luther. It had everything you want. Even a cameo of batman it would have had everything in there so he does a few rights and then they bring tim berne timber and subsequently fire kevin smith because he wants to his own version and he hires wesley strick who had just worked with on batman returns and they began to flesh out. The story that he wanted to do and timberland has always said superman alien of this world. There's no way that he's not gonna feel weird about being in situations that he knows completely done. And being i mean he went very internal and it would have been very interesting If anyone is interested also. I'm i'm doing very Kind of Spark notes version of facts. There's a great great documentary called. The death of superman lives. What happened at late. John schnatter directed and is available online. Somewhere it's a wonderful documentary where they go into more detail than i'm giving you here. I have looked at all. The stuff is amazing what they wanted to do so yeah nicholas cage but this miss nicholas cage host leaving las vegas. This was he was showing the he could be a brilliant. There was talk. That they were thinking about sandra bullock to play Lois lane boy. They wanted chris. Rock to play jimmy olsen and of what he who shall not be named kevin spacey was being considered to be Did get to be less luther. Though he got to be in the the superman with brandon. Routh you're absolutely right and the Brainiac was going to be in this movie. And who tim berne wanted for. Brainiac was christopher walken. He was going to walk in in now. Restful wa again We're not a very brainiac. Basically the story Just so you can have it in here. So um store. The story itself in the story arch villain lex. Luther teams up with an alien called brainiac to block out the sun and render. Superman fueled by the sunlight. Powerless machine called erotic. Caters said by the heroes. Father to protect him is activated. Brainiac wants to absorb the eradicators lifeforce making him. All powerful using beats from death of a superman brainiac sends a monster called day. Ill superman in his debilitated state. Our hero sacrifice themselves to destroy the monster. The earth is bathed in moonlight and lex is victorious but the eradicators rescues cal and the to return to metropolis with immortals with the mortar superhero superman wearing the suit that simulates his power which would have been a revamped suit. I think they said it would have been the black suit Brainiac attacks city in iraq here destroys the satellite blocking science to man's powers return and as the final final roll. The dice braniac holds lowest lane hostage and pit soup man against a bio mechanical spider which was called the they're thin agrarian snare beast ducking in and out of a beam of sunlight. That charge himself. Superman defeats the bio spider and brainiac rescues Lowest since lexus to prison with misplaced optimism. oh it said Kevin smith did leave it. Open for a possible sequel. Never make this fucking we do. Here's the funny thing. I've seen the contents of the concept art. The has actually a lot of some of the stuff that they wanted. Some it did go into Mana steel and And it went into Donna justice the batman superman screen tests for nicholas cage superman. No only foggy absolutely fucking lou. They watch dawn of a ton of No no no no. No i'm a batman versus superman learned from that mistake. Oh terrible if they make. The death of superman liked the comic books. It has hope with different actor and actress. Because you just describe a like a comedy spook arcade comedy movie with those actors queenie queenie when when when when things open up again. And we're able to watch a movie together. I want you to sit down with me and watch. The death of sudan. Lives this documentary because you will be. Honest fascinate by what they had planned on. What i wanna see what he even talked to. Tim berne and he explains what his take was and damned. If i'd i wouldn't want to see it. I would want to see that i just maybe our beat. Maybe that would draw people in and make a profit. I don't know but it people go run of it like it'd be throwing shit green shit so bad bad the plots on a bed so soon It's okay so i wanted the unfiltered quinny. I wanted the Of of but anyway this is so this is our top ten less so again Starting from number ten to one. We're looking at to the to the white sea as number ten batman year one as number nine defective detective as number eight Orson welles is don quixote number. Seven stanley kubrick's napoleon in six oliver stone's pink ville as number five The aryan papers is number four kidnapping of water mar as number three nights guys number. Two and superman rounds the top out at number one with with our honourable mentions of the trial of the chicago. Seven the day the clown cried. Something's gotta give in brownsville. So that is our top list. You heard what we spoke. Think for the most part we were much on the line with number one being divisive which i think when it came out i think it would have been anyway. I think we would have ended up talking about it but but that has been that has been our list As i said before this quiz first real Spot on on our show. He will be back. We just just as a A spoiler he. And i have been talking about possibly doing a couple of series about Film composer so we so that will be quinny who comes back on that and we will do more top ten lists of like. Let's say me warm movies or spilt. Movies anything sabra will will figure it out. Yeah we'll figure out and we'll In looking back and obviously quinny is set to be the next Reading which at this time of a according will the princess which quinny unoccupied which party he has. But it's inconceivable. He has accused sean doing justice. But my part i hope Hope grades been working on it and then following that We have announced that we will be doing When harry met. Sally which i've given mr quin need some some leeway. He's going to be playing the billy crystal. So i'm really excited to see that. 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#743: It: Chapter 2 / Fall Movie Preview

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#743: It: Chapter 2 / Fall Movie Preview

"<music> what kind of show you guys putting on here today. We're not interested in going to do this conversation from station from chicago. This is film spotting. I'm josh larsen and i met him dr do apologize. It gets very hot here this time of year. You feel like you could just about die but you know now they say about dairy. No one who dies year ever really dies. You know what else they say about dairy. What's that topnotch. Sewer grates really best in the world. I'll take your word for josh that clip from it chapter to the follow up to two thousand seventeen blockbuster adaptation station of the stephen king bestseller. The sequel is set twenty seven years later with the kids from chapter one all grown up and played by jessica chastain james mcevoy bill hader and others. There's this week on the show. We've got a review of chapter two and our fall movie preview all that and more really you've never seen finer. Sewer grates ahead on film spotting in in this episode is brought to you by it chapter two now playing only in theaters witness the end of it it chapter to the terrifying terrifying conclusion to the highest grossing horror film of all time brings the second half of stephen king's groundbreaking novel to the screen twenty seven years after the losers club defeated the evil evil clown pennywise it has returned to terrorize the town of dairy once again as kids begin to mysteriously disappeared from their hometown. The now adult losers are called back to dairy to fulfil their blood of requiring them to face their darkest fears in an attempt to destroy them murderers pennywise once and for all but the losers club will quickly come to find that penny wise is more dangerous than ever the incredible cast is led by jessica chastain james mcevoy and bill hader. You know this is the movie everyone will be talking thing about so don't miss the musi epoch event of the year and experience the terror of it it chapter two rated r. under seventeen not admitted without parent now playing clang invaders welcome to film spotting this weekend up in toronto. The city's big deal film festival kicked off running through the fifteenth of the month tellurides much smaller but no less prestigious film fest wrapped up this past weekend and over in venice last week a very news worthy debut joaquin phoenix in todd phillips oops joker and where were we at where we none of those places. Thanks for bringing that up. It was hard enough to see all that happened over the weekend. I know if the remind me we just missed out between venice telluride and toronto all the places. We weren't many of the falls. Most notable films are getting their first looks. We've got new stuff from noah baumbach. The safdie he brothers kelly reichardt taika waititi ryan johnson steven soderbergh robert eggers and many more. Some of these films are sure to come up in our top five questions about the fall movie season. It is our spin on the fall movie preview coming later in the show but i are still processing review of film unlikely to mark progress in the area uh-huh clown representation twenty seven years w view we need to finish it. Consumes took me insight into. We don't have a choice. You lie anyways back. Losers are grown up and here there may be confronting being something even more personal than the fears. We saw them confront in it. From two thousand seventeen it starts with confronting their pass. They've all except for one of them escaped dairy and tried as hard as they could to get away from the horrors of their childhoods and their last battle with pennywise wise that all changes when they are called back by mike to reassemble the gang and try to kill pennywise once and for all josh i went back and and looked at my notes from the last film and the last thing i wrote was that i wanted to see the next one. Neither of us were overly enthusiastic. Suzy asked about the first film did ultimately give it a positive review. I said i wanted to see the next film. That feeling was a good sign that the movie left me with that and what i noted specifically really was. I wanted that sense of closure that i felt like chapter two would potentially bring and i felt like there was more to the story. There is definitely a lot more to the story. Two hours and fifty minutes worth is more in this case better <hes> yeah i that's funny funny. You put it that way. I don't think they get to the more and you also used a phrase. They're more personal. I don't know that it is at all and i think that might be the the heart of the issue with this film for me because the opportunity hat which i think you're alluding to what you were probably hoping for is this idea of adults confronting something they've survived trauma basically thinking about trauma and i would say the first film considered that not intensely not very thoroughly but touched on it in a way that this movie doesn't really do at all. I ended my review. The one wrote about the original one saying it was a rotating mind you this was a mildly positive review a rotating right of random horrors that threatens to never end why was a naive of young man yes in two thousand seventeen yes because i cannot remember wanting to film to end as much as i wanted this one to end while i was ed's been awhile since i've felt similarly and i don't think it's just a matter of this. You know not being my thing. I generally like horror. I did not read the source material so i don't have that sort of attachment to it. Maybe that will carry you through this but the very structure of this film where it seems to drag us along along with so many chores and tasks that the characters have to do. I spends its time getting them back together. Reasons that are vague then those reasons shift shift and mike gives them each individual tasks that they have to go around dairy and collect items and this becomes something of a chore then by the time we get to the the climax and we keep going down. We go to that haunted house. We go down in the basement. Then we go down into the well yeah where the climax so the first film was then there's another tunnel a new total and we just keep going down that for me was a perfect metaphor <hes> for the way this film home. It's basically jump scare the movie and it keeps sending us through different sequences that will allow for a new jump scare scare. We can talk about if some of those effective yes what we thought of the scares themselves. Obviously that's a big part of this but it was unrelenting to me an interminable the ball and i certainly don't need anymore. I don't think we're going to get any. I mean it's a very conclusive ending this time yes and that's a relief to me. The whole structure structure here really is problematic because as you said it feels like this kind of endless cycle where i we have to meet each adult individually and they each have to get a phone call right the same phone call they don't find a way to really allied that at all and i i understand that we're probably supposed to be gleaning details and we do from their lives tried to understand something about who they are and their little clues here and there maybe maybe even a little bit overdone but we get a sense of ritchie for example played by bill hader we get a sense just from his bombing on stage and the fact that he forgets align and he says later something about how he doesn't even write his own material which is kind of an odd throwaway thing but i think it suggests what his larger roger problem is. We'll get to the word. I wanna use in a moment his larger problem which is being able to express who he truly is. He can express himself and of course it's not surprising. Perhaps that we see jessica chastain now her character as a grownup has fallen into a similar troubling abusive relationship with her husband as she had had with her father and eddie. That character is now found an overbearing wife to be just like overbearing mom so yes. We're supposed to take information information there but it definitely feels very cumbersome and then once we do that. You're right. It's separates them so that we have to follow them the whole appeal of the movie the first time in the u._p._s. Here honestly is when they're a group when they're together. They're all better and we're better off when they're together when they're a group following doing each of them as they gathered that artifact just is incredibly drawn out and clunky into clarify where i was going with the idea of it being perhaps more personal title is the idea that in the first one they were confronting fear itself pennywise i think represented their individual individual fears and and i think i use the term in our review last time their lives are basically presented his war zones so it's not like there isn't a ton of trauma or opportunities for them to be traumatized presented in that film but this movie suggests something potentially really interesting that then never fully pans out for me. Which is that here what each one of them has to confront front is not just trauma but shame they are all hiding something they all have something that makes them feel guilty something they are not willing linked to verbalize out loud and in some cases we see characters fully confront that shame and actually express themselves other characters. The movie doesn't really follow through on at all and this ties back to the other big issue with this film. I want to hear from you about any scares did work view while we're going through these set pieces which which is what it is just a series of set pieces with each adult slash kid confronting their shame and confronting via pennywise. We realized early on that. There's no real threats here. Pennywise does not actually threaten them in any of these scenes. What should be a threat is that these characters may have to reveal themselves but their secret might get out that should really be. I think what we're invested in over the course of these scenes but the movie doesn't do anything interesting with that. That's that's a way to psychological for. What this movie is is interested in which is mostly those those scares which i do want to get to but your use of the word shame. Let's stick with that for a minute because and find something that i think the movie we'll be does do well. There are two instances where this becomes an interesting film and one i would say yes is tied to shame and that's bad jessica chastain character and the other is guilt when they're dealing with guilt in that it is. I think those are connected bill. <hes> james mcevoy's character with what happened to his brother other in the first film and in the case of babs relationship with her father and and the reputation that she has around town so those are the asset pieces which are tied to a psychological reality where there's another layer going on than just the grotesquery or the surprise a prize of the scare and i think those would be good models for this film overall but are not carried through some of the sequences. Don't even worry about that at all some of them. Try to tie that in in a very clumsy way. I think very basic problem is that there's just too many characters in this story sure you mentioned in the having to like check off the box schwann. They can't even in a three hour movie. They can't make them all interesting or as fully realized as they should be so. That's it's just a basic problem. It's a basic challenge but there are those instances in those two characters bill and bob weir guilt and shame are invoked and that makes everything feel more palpable to us because those are emotions we can identify with as well as lurid and grotesque skin insane as the imagery gets. If it's rooted to something that we can access that we've experienced it becomes more frightening disturbing and so much of this film is not frightening not disturbing. It's just again like a. It's like a haunted house mechanical ride that we're going through. Here's another emotion that i'm wondering if it ever evoked for you but at and maybe even had this but if you grew up i lived in the same house from like five to eighteen and <hes> <hes> parents moved on so it's been years since anyone has lived there and it's still around chicago so every great once in a while. It's not too far for me to drive by yeah. If anyone's ever done that driven by childhood home <hes> the the mix of emotions that you have both positive negative is a very distinct experience and this movie. There's one scene where bill goes back his childhood house and you wonder are they gonna tap into that because this should be the heart of the film is sort of a curdled nostalgia a revisiting of childhood that only held bad memories. They talk a lot about bad memories but does does it ever evoke. Did it ever evoke for you. Anything like that sort of bittersweet conflicted emotion of revisiting something from your childhood. I didn't get for instance in this yeah well. I don't know if it was truly conflicted but the only moment that really resonated with me along those lines in the speaks to again how much fun it is when the group is back together especially when it's the group of kids kids is the scene where they go to the forts or the the hideout that i have and we see them really finally start connect with their memories and over the course of that scene and that nostalgic haze that they were in that was maybe the only seen in the entire film. I really felt a connection. Yes truly to these characters and it's funny because i did go back and look at my notes from the first film and i touched on that there is a stand by me elemental shirt to the end of that film well. You absolutely feel it here and you feel it. In that moment you think about the end of stand by me and that question that richard dreyfuss is the narrator poses which is i never had any friends later on like the ones i had when i was twelve. Jesus does anyone that that writer stephen king right is here is omnipresent throughout or at least throughout that sequence in it chapter two and there's even a little bit of omar perhaps at the end of this film if you think about the writer character and how this movie concludes going back to stand by me but that was really yet that was the only sequence that i really felt that connection and that is a good one. I'm glad you brought that up. <hes> <hes> tellingly as you suggested is with the young cast. Yes is fire stronger than the grownup yet. It's not it's not that individually. They're not really good but collectively the middle. The material isn't there and the scenes are for the most part not set up again for anything other than to kind on a shock us and and even the ones i mean they do try to ram in a love triangle here and none of those sequences work at all. I just as for the adults belts yes i'm saying i think that is another area. That's despite the long running time would've needed much more attention to be a fallen in a way the love triangle is even abandoned about halfway it just right. It doesn't really make sense. You used a keyword which is grotesque curry's. There really is the way i wrote it was there is an emphasis on the gross here that i don't recall with the first film and that doesn't scare me. Particularly of course maybe grosses me out a little bit but doesn't really unnerved me and the best scares years from the first film definitely were when the movie exhibited a lot of patients and it was very subtle and it's psychological horror and it was creepy honestly creepy more than ever being gross and here. It seems like it just keeps adding on each time. We get one of these set pieces. We see one of these creatures and we see a lot of creature sought creature right who take on insect form or half zombie or whatever they are. There's just this idea that they're trying to kind of repulsed us which again i just don't find particularly disturbing and i think it's interesting to note here too when you talk about that. Patients agents and we talk about what truly is unnerving and disturbing. It's the opening of this film and it's a sequence in which we watch which not supernatural horror but natural. I want which also bugs mike that which bugged me away to write because it feels gratuitous n._f._l. The other wise isn't really interested in exploring the evils that men do to each other. That's exactly that so so let's it opens with two characters characters. We haven't met before at a carnival in dairy and it's basically experienced an extreme instance of gay bashing. I mean this gets horribly bertel. It goes on forever and it's of a piece with the first time we see bev as an adult the jessica chastain character and meet her husband yes and suddenly family. It's like a switcheroo. At first we think oh he's he's a kind and caring guy and then like a switch flips all pennywise smile yeah it's of love another brutal sequence of real violence and my issue with both of those which i think you can tied to the supernatural violence as well is. It's it's handling those things in a very trifling matter. It's almost like doesn't know the fire it's plain. It doesn't seem to know that <hes> the the experience these two men are having a real world thing like is something that actually happens and carries with it all sorts of actual trauma. It's more more that it's just a conceit that the movie can use to kind of unsettles yeah and that's the same thing with the domestic abuse situation. That's another. Maybe that's why it's it's more bothersome there than later. When there's violence in the film that's fantastic because it's easier to disassociate that but the movie doesn't seem understand how important that violence is at the beginning. I completely agree and i suppose we could tie the sequence with chest pains character back to this larger issue of shame. It's certainly shame that she feels now as an adult as well. I don't know that i know totally. I don't know that i can make the connection or any any way justify everything you described with that opening scene. You could potentially argue that it's tying back to this notion of shame in the sense that we see two characters who certain people in the town obviously like their attackers feel as if they should be exhibiting more shame but they absolutely are shameless about who they are so i get in a way it's size as well. They're outsiders. I get well one of them has been there his whole life one of societal aries society that makes exhibit that makes total sense so those are the matic those threads yeah. It doesn't really fit with the type of horror. This movie otherwise is going for and it sounds like we didn't find very very effective. I think in general we talk about the clunky -ness of the structure in the direction in general and there are truly some clunky touches like at one point admiral federal disqualifies as a needle drop yeah probably does we get a popular song playing on the soundtrack. I was so baffled during another moment of grotesquery. That really isn't funny. It isn't anything it's just there's an odd balance of humor and horror throughout where i know i know those are two elements that are often mixed to good effect. It's often the humor's released but it's off here. Yellen says off and is also. I feel a little cumbersome in the way it overplays the cutting back back and forth between the adults in the kids. It's a nice trick. They did an amazing job. Casting these people they really did and finding adults who look look that close to those kids and being able to play off some of their similarities and some of their same behavior but the movie then wants to remind us of it over and over again and and the other part which i don't even know if it's worth bringing up because the movie clearly does not care a bit about it and then it's baffling white it spends spends as much time as it does getting into the mythology of pennywise. Can you even call it mythology. When there's really there's really no substance there whatsoever. It's it's it's a bunch of artifacts and sayings and drug induced visions of like verging on offensive native american mysticism right that comes out of nowhere yeah and and yeah it doesn't lead to anything. Does he not to spoil. The gathering of the artifacts doesn't lead to anything. I think that was part of my frustration too. Is you put me through. All of that is for nothing all right. Let me let me throw it a few positive things here as we're wrapping up though your mention of patients made me think of this one of the very effective sequences is when a little oh girl goes under the bleachers at a baseball game and encounters pennywise yes. It's drawn out yeah. There's praise on her shame to exactly their psychological elements laments at play and there's also effective imagery. I will say that the balloon the red balloon is still a very potent image out. This film and michetti showed showed a flair in the first film for the single image that could grab you. There's a lot of gross stuff in there but there was i think of it. Here's a combination of gross but unsettling just hair clogged drain. Oh yeah in babs home <hes> that just kind of captured so much of what her life was lake aac and hear things are just amplified to such a high degree that we don't get that i was surprised there wasn't more arresting imagery and i will say i think even some some of the creatures you mentioned it gets kind of hokey i mean it is startling does early on the <hes> fortune cookie creatures <hes> those were. You're not very convinced they were. There's a there's the like giant old naked lady troll kinda bursts out of nowhere aware that wasn't too impressive either then spider head i know i don't think spider have now. There's there's almost an old john carpenter kind of eight field suet which i love in those films but in this film it doesn't feel right at all it chapter two is currently playing in wide release. If you see it in agree agree or disagree with our thoughts we would love to hear from you. Feedback at films spotting dot net our fall movie preview packages next. We've got results of the film spotting poll asking you which toronto international film festival title you're most excited about and then our top five questions about the upcoming movie season. Stay with us ooh yeah all of the city the ah <music> close good if you'd like some fidelia funded that party tom cruise you're listening to film spotting crews there in the trailer for stanley kubrick's eyes wide shut. It's the next film and our nine from ninety nine series celebrating the twentieth anniversary of that great movie year in josh eyes wide shut. It's time to kick. This series up a notch yeah. This one's a little intimidating more than some of the other stuff. I think so i think so yeah okay. I guess i feel confident because i loved it so much when it first came out so i'm going in with a lot of affection. <hes> i feel like i wrestled with it at the time but who knows maybe i'll find that missed things or maybe even overestimated things and and i would say maybe this one put the kiddos away for oh. Yes that's clearly unlike the scarlet empress in our dietrich von sternberg marathon where i didn't anticipate guber todd inspiration for that one. I know not say for the whole family yeah. We've had a lot of fun this year. Revisiting films films like the matrix fight club the blair witch project six cents and just last week had a great conversation about being john malkovich and all these films so far are pretty much as good as we remember them. If not better we will see if that is true for kubrick as well next week on the show that nine from ninety nine review of eyes wide shut plus. We'll revisit our top-five kubrick scenes from back in september twenty thirteen. You'll hear the great michael phillips from the chicago tribune as he was part of that top five. If you have thoughts on kubrick or eyes wide shut go ahead and send them our way feedback at film spotting dot net or if you leave us a voicemail we might just play it on the show three one two two two six four zero seven four four of course you could also send us an m._p. Three file feedback and film spotting dot net again that email or find us on twitter at film spotting adding and at larson on film earlier this week josh on our great sister show podcast the next fixture show they posted part two of their conversation about the new documentary entering on net flicks american factory pairing that with barbara coppell's great documentary from the seventies harlan county usa listen to that on labor day while doing some labor around the house myself so projects that had gotten away from me over the atom. It's really good. I know you weren't quite as high as they were on american factory <hes> but i i liked especially keith phipps and genevieve kofsky both had some personal ties keith being from grew up in dayton ohio where okay <hes> the doc is set so yeah. That's a that's. A good upset encouraged listeners to check it out <unk> after your hard labor over the weekend at home. Are you starting a union. Yes it's comprised of me and the dog. I think that will she's just stares. There's at people and they give in so if you wanna hear those episodes new episodes of the next picture show post every tuesday at midnight. Wherever you get your podcast or there's more info available billable at next picture show dot net next up for those guys is the violent new horror comedy ready or not and they're comparing contrasting with nineteen eighty-five five clue. I love it. Both movies take place in a mansion where murder most foul is the game. If you are fan of clue as i am. Maybe you just need to do your your homework and see ready or not and get ready for those episodes. Now joshu were not in toronto or telluride or venice or anywhere else watching movies but you are going to be talking about movies movies prayers to be more specific at a lot of upcoming speaker dates. It's really amazing that you're making time for the show. Thank you well yes. I'm not skipping eddie episodes. I did want to assure you of that. I'm still going to fit in recording so don't worry but it is time with the fall around the corner to get back on the road with the book. Movies are prayers. I thank god season or all. Seasons are god sees an ad come on but yes i will be even be venturing no not to venice but i will get outside of the midwest. I start there though on september twelfth. I'll be at compass college which is in grand rapids michigan then on september twenty six. I'm going to be part of a conference called. The apprentice gathering friends university puts that on and that's in wichita kansas and then in october. I'll be heading to princeton. Theological seminary sold out to new jersey. That's october three yeah. I going to do a variety of presentation summer. Just book talks. Some are q. As some are workshops where our our breakdown say toy story the first toy story as a prayer of confession so a variety of presentations. I guess i'm as i'm saying this. I'm realizing on my website. I don't really have like a place to post upcoming events. Maybe we could throw it on film spotting events page just these days to where you know. Since since i'm not skipping any shows you can't do that okay and so you'll be able to find more details about each of these dates at film spotting dot net slash events absolutely and if listeners are let's be clear in the grand rapids michigan area or the wichita kansas area in september or the first week of october out in princeton new jersey they can come participate or or at least luke. Come observe one josh larsen doing his thing life. Please do come and there's always participation so yeah. I'd love to see their speaking of participation dissipation. Sometimes we like to interject ourselves into the movies not just review them and we do that the massacre theater the part of the show where we perform a scene from movie and you get a chance of winning a t-shirt in case you missed it. Here's a bit of last week's massacre. You're the guy at the gym when i ask about that. Moronic kicked out of your league with that moronic woman. You're part of the league of morons. There does seem to be some consensus. Josh that league is is the giveaway that one there you go again if you know what actor josh is impersonating with that line delivery because it's really the only got right. It's the one line he appropriately channel that actor then. Maybe that will q. u. Into which seen we did for last week's massacre and if you do know the title please please send us that title along with your name and location to feedback at film spotting dot net your deadline. Is this coming monday. The eighth of september we will select the winner randomly from all correct entries and announce it on next week. Show me what's timber won't be nowitzki. Smoking are living like any starting new on the josh. What a wicky wicky wicky. He is <hes> not a rookie. No we know that <hes> not an online encyclopedia not in contact. I think it's probably if it's related to the lighthouse. The person who lights the wick in an old timey old-timey lighthouse where it's like a giant to these giant candles i i'm gonna learn oh so much from the lighthouse can't wait can't wait for these types of scintillating conversations and more surrounding this film you heard willem defoe and robert pattinson in the trailer for robert eggers the lighthouse his debut film was twenty fifteen the witch or the which if you prefer the lighthouse one the highly anticipated films flying this month toronto international film festival before getting a release later this year. What's a timber man we. I don't know what a timber man. I don't either other time for full results josh. Maybe we'll have some answers here a couple of weeks back. We asked you what film playing this year stiff. Are you most looking forward you too and we gave you these options and there are a lot of them so i thought josh we go through them. This way. I'll read the title you can give some supporting information services up a beautiful day in the neighborhood hud which would be the mr rogers bio pic it stars. Tom hanks and is directed by marielle heller. Yeah great director who made a film spotting golden brick nominee diary of a teenage age girl and also last year's. What josh can you ever forgive me or you could go with joe. Joe rapid gioja rabbit would be take away t- eighties quote anti hate satire which here's the good part y._t._d. Stars as hitler see does next up joker. We all know about joker. It starts walking phoenix. That's really all we need to say. At this point or you could go knives out ryan johnson's whodunnit follow up to the last jedi. Maybe the next picture show would have wanted to hold that clue pairing for knives out. I saw from the trailer. Good vibes really really a missed opportunity there by the next picture show or the laundromat that has meryl streep as a widow who gets caught up in a money laundering scheme and it's directed by the retired steven soderbergh the aforementioned the lighthouse is one of your options as well as noah bombecks marriage story marriage story stars adam driver and scarlett johansson as a couple whose marriage is falling apart simple enough enough. What about parasite josh. This is bong jun. Ho's palm door winning film about class warfare in south korea or if that doesn't excite you there's portrait of the lady on fire selene scam made this one. She is the director behind girlhood tomboy. She also won the screenwriting prize at cannes for this film. It's about a painter living on the isolated island of brittany what about uncut gems uncut gems starring adam sandler but wait directed by the safdie brothers who made good time time and if none of those work for you you could go with other and right in your own candidate josh. How did the results come out. Other is in last place with less than one percent cent of the vote then a beautiful day in the neighborhood with only one percent of the vote kind of a surprise right the laundromat received two percent portrait of lady on fire three percent noah baumbach marriage story and other surprise to me with only five percent of the vote here uncut gems six percent joker got twelve percent knives out got thirteen percent up the top fourteen percent of the vote went to joe joe rabbit nineteen percent went to parasite and twenty two percent went to the lighthouse. How about that the lighthouse winning winning this poll the few other votes went to terrence malick sa- hidden life that makes sense hero kazu cora's the truth that stars juliet minoshe and ethan hawke ken loach's. Sorry sorry we missed you was also in there and edward norton's motherless brooklyn we heard from jonathan from denver who said lots of good choices here but most of the ones i'm tempted by from fairly well known directors bombeck johnson soderbergh robert eggers blew me away with the witch but can he do it again. That's the question i most looking forward to having answered. Here's aaron crabtree crabtree. I need the lighthouse downloaded into my brain like neo learning kung fu in the matrix asap man. Those are our listeners a black and white film home. That looks like it could be about anything. Almost aaron wants it downloaded right into his veins dillingham says i have a feeling that the lighthouse will the best of the bunch but the one i'm most excited for is a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Dylan was the single voter. I guess we needed fred rogers when we had him but i think we may need him now. Even more hopefully fully hanks can deliver that for us. We also heard from rory done. Many of these have already been seen at festivals earlier in the year. So the one film that is at this point a complete unknown his uncut gems uh-huh while many people appreciated good times. I was less impressed by it but i'm still intrigued by what the safdie will do next at an adam sandler in one of his rare but almost always great serious. Yes roles and you have enough for my vote. Yeah i'm really intrigued by sandler and the softies that movie not eligible for our fall movie preview coming up. We'll get into some of the criteria surrounding that top five here in a moment the new poll question overt films spotting dot net has us looking ahead to james gray's ad astra it stars brad pitt on a rescue mission that takes him across the solar system. We did plan to review this film in anticipation of its september twentieth release. It's looking like based on on screening availability. We may not get to it until a week later so that review would probably post friday. September twenty seventh gives everyone out there. A chance gets to see the movie before listening to our review in the meantime an ad astra inspired poll question for you. We've had a couple of space movies this year from unlikely directors james gray being one of them. He's the director of historical dramas like the lost city of z and the immigrant before that he made contemporary urban crime dramas like the yards and we own the night of course you can't forget. We'll never forget what we saw in clare denise space movie highlife with robert pattinson yeah. Have we recovered word yet from the can we just call it the love the love box didn't seem very loving no no it did not. I think we will just move on from there to the question. Which acclaimed directors unlikely space movie would you most want to see. I think this one is truly uninspired. Poll question from don't oh spotting producers sam van hall grin not a terribly flawed one though we may see when we get some of the feedback whether or not there are holes. We can poke in it but i really like his criteria. Atyrau and i like the choices josh yeah i do too. I'm sure there will be some complaints but this was a lotta fun to think about here. Are the choices sam gave us. Sofia coppola wong kar wai barry jenkins spike lee u._k.'s. Mike lee lynne ramsay or kelly reicher. Were not going to do another option this time around and and sam intentionally left out some names that you might think we'd otherwise put in here so tarantino. Isn't there the coens aren't there. No score says he paul thomas anderson persson. Wes anderson both of them. Were both screwed it or guy in my guy what we're gonna do. They just seemed. I think to sam like usual suspects. I guess we could say her and and he also said no to directors who have already worked in sci fi or fantasy so fincher del toro alfonso koran in yari to bigalow bongino engine how those names could have been considered but since they've been close to space movie maybe not on the list of option okay well. I think although i i would like to see a space movie by all those people i mean the most unlikely would definitely be mike lee if you've ever seen a mike leigh film. There's just no way okay. He's gonna step outside his traditional mill you and he has made a period of course at least one but that's not his normal. It's getting crazy hottest yeah. He would be assigned to make a space absolutely so almost on those grounds alone. I really wanna see. I wanna punish. I want to send him to space jail claire denise movie but for him to make a movie yeah. Don't put them do that. Stuff leave him out of the love it okay i'll do that. He seems like a nice enough gentlemen but and if i was really choosing just based on kind of filmmaker that currently tickles my fancy the most josh barry jenkins <hes> why not i love his eye when it comes to any material so let's put it in space. Am i wrong to think that it might feel a little bit like the kinder gentler lots of denise highlife. I knew were you. Were going right away. Absolutely it's kind of a redundant choice in some ways. Maybe we saw barry jenkins space movie. It was poss- highlife already. He's such a big fan. I think i'm i'm going to go probably no surprise here with sofia coppola. If i can't get you can't go sanderson but also if i can't get her little mermaid movie that you know the stars. It was cruelly pulled away from me. That never existed totally existed. At least i can have my sofia coppola space movie. At least i can vote for it in early. Voting one one car why is out ahead of the pack with jerry jenkins not far behind and you wonder have we already seen one car white space movie away twenty forty six from twenty. Five five is a sorta sci fi sequel to in the mood for love. Now i do love that when sam wrote this in our notes i had to correct it because he accidentally typed in the moon for for love which really seems appropriate for a one car weiss sci-fi movie. I'd like to see the sequel to the mood in the moon for love. I would only go if it had that title. We would love to hear your vote. You can go ahead and make the title to how about that. You don't have to write the script. Please do and give us the title vote now at film spotting dot eh if you leave a comment and we hope you do please let us know where you're listening from mike. Lee's love box working until about the lima project. Its objective was to search for advanced extraterrestrial life. The ship disappeared approximately sixteen years into the mission and the commander was who was is my father's komo's quarter shocked. There's a bit of the trailer for ad astra. One of the first big anticipated debated movies of the fall movie season. The obvious question about that one is twenty nineteen year brad pitt saves both in same here put redacted as if we're not going to spoil the end of once upon an island a hollywood at this point. Don't spoil it okay. No it seems a little silly but is he going to save both redacted yes and save the solar system. We can only hope we can only hope and that was maybe the obvious question. We'll see how obvious are questions are as we get into our fall movie preview. I alluded to this earlier there. We'll be no questions about adam sandler and how good he may or may not be in the safdie brothers uncut gems that movie does come out sometime in december usually usually well what i'm not breaking the rules. Inadvertently we try to keep these fall movie previews to thanksgiving basically from now september up to thanksgiving one new wrinkle. I suppose for me this time josh because we usually do get into our questions and then at some point we do reveal what are appear top five would be if we were just listening titles in terms of excitement the movies we want to see the most and one thing i decided to do this time was really focused on movies that i can't can't wait to see even for my questions. I've got a bunch of questions and some of them. You're going to hear in my honorable mentions but i feel like sometimes i know i'm guilty of coming up with clever or at least least in my case semi clever questions that relate to movies. I know deep down. Were probably not going to review on the show and i may not even make it to with all the movies were we're trying to cram in so i kept it this time to questions about movies. I know for a fact. I'm gonna see okay. I'm looking at my list now and not sure i can can say the same but i might get all these okay all right. What's your number five. I think we've been doing this format long enough. The questions format that listeners seemed to be the anticipated it because we got a lot of good suggestions on social media this time around so i stole a couple <hes> for my questions and i'm going to start with a listener question. Here comes comes from aaron. Newark who shared this on my larsen on film facebook page can soderbergh stay off his phone long enough to convince us. He's also good with traditional making. This is such a good question because you are not as much of a soderbergh admirers i._m. Nor are you as much of a defender of his cell phone use his smartphone use and i am yes and aaron and i are on exactly the same page about how it was used in high flying bird. I did see the aesthetic quality of brought to unseen lane. I thought there was a good reason for doing it there but yeah as aaron suggest high flying bird which did come out earlier this year i just i didn't think the iphone added to the aesthetic there the laundromat though this one he's still using a digital camera. It's not going to be a mobile phone. However and it's as we mentioned earlier a widow investigating eating and insurance fraud she chases leads to a pair of panama city law partners who are exploiting the world's financial system meryl streep is the widow gary oldman an antonio banderas play the scammers. The two partners which i think is kind of an amusing idea and i have seen the trailer for this and can confirm oldman is in in big accents suit yeah. Is this the one everyone's talking about the oldman performance this year. That's just classic oldman over the top. I assuming i mean that's what they're referring to. Its trailer yes. It's really big johnson one. It's a scam that goes from houston to the west indies to some bank who who knows where they're getting away with murder search for being such a small that looks like it could be also in the cast sharon stone which is intriguing david schwimmer so this meryl streep at the top up in the lead. This is a really interesting mix that he's put together here and we'll see it looks you know broader and hopefully there will be chance to show comic shops that we know she has for sure and soderbergh to be in his lighter mode. The trailer at least is absolutely cut like can oceans film as a matter of fact i was playing at on my laptop and and w is in the next room and she just said to me is another oceans film coming out just based on kind kind of the music and the pacing and the snazzy nece so whether that's good or bad we'll find out but right now. It has that feel. The laundromat is out october eighteenth so every soderbergh movies as a heist movie at this point that make sense. Maybe okay my number. Five question of the fall movie season is what does love feel like to trae edward george shultz the once film spotting golden brick nominee for his film krisha is now making a movie called waves this this is the plot synopsis too young couples navigate through the emotional minefield of growing up and falling in love. We've obviously seen schultz's take on the family reunion a union slash holiday movie that was krisha basically a domestic horror film where just taking a turkey out of the oven created so much tension in dread. You needed one of those electric knives to cut through it and speaking of tension and dread. He followed that up with his family. Survival apocalypse movie comes at night in two thousand seventeen. Krisha was a film film. That was all about guilt. This one was all about dealing with grief and in terms of that dread i remember when we reviewed it comes at night on the show and talked to scholz about the film we touch on the fact that krisha does have some of those big tension releases and with that comes a night. It was just a constant claustrophobic. Pressure are that you really don't get any kind of release on until the very end of the film. It really does keep you in this uncomfortable state the whole film mm-hmm so you go back to that description of this film about falling in love the emotional minefield. I'm guessing the minefield will probably be the metaphorical emphasis four or trey edward schultz. It's got a really interesting cast. Including clifton collins junior sterling k. brown lucas hedges manchester by the sea stars renee elise gold berry is in the film who is from the original broadway cast of hamilton krisha fairchild does appear the star of krisha elise. She's listed as an english teacher so i don't i know how big of a role she has and alexis demi is the first person listed in the cast. I am not familiar with her work apparently saw her in rigsby bear but but don't recall her she was also in mid nineties and has done some work on euphoria and the oh this is a movie that played tronto here. I know some reviews. Were just coming out. I've tried to avoid what any of them are saying so far. I'll have my chance to see what trae ever chilton's doing with a love story of sorts on november. I that is a great cast clifton collins junior name. I lost track of him but after he got a lot of acclaim for capote that was way back in two thousand five. Ah you know has been working on screen yeah yeah definitely in sterling k. brown always excellent as well so that is all very encouraging all right my number four question will harry it being eve's by level triumph for director casey lemons personally. I'm still waiting for lemons to match. I guess you could call it the psychological perceptiveness and the control of mood that she showed with her debut which was nineteen ninety seven's eve's by she made eight cave man's valentine which was a really bold but not entirely successful follow up and then talk to me which was a standard bio-pic but had really good performances including don cheadle talk dilemmas about that movie here on the <hes> black nativity she also made kind of a stiff attempt to adapt langston hughes to the screen and those are the only feature-length opportunities that she has had since ninety seven now harriet. This is a bio-pic to it centers on harriet tubman and the underground railroad owed in the movies favor. I'll point to the cast here as well. Tubman is played by cynthia areso made a splash as the single mother who joins the gang in last cheers widows and then leslie junior and janelle monae are also leslie more hamilton yellow there for sure what i do like about the trailer which i watched is is all of the nighttime imagery teases it does have that spooky portend that is reminiscent of eve's bayou and i think that's important because one of the great things about it used by us away. Landscape was so key in capturing the psychology of the characters so a bit different here in the sense that yes period apiece but kind of in that prestige territory as well so we'll see what harry it looks like when it actually comes out which is november one so i have a question about harriet area. It's one of my honorable mention questions certainly intrigued by the film because of casey lemons and because of that cast my question a lot more tongue in cheek which is is harry. The first movie aimed at both members of the a._c._p. And the n._r._a. Because you said you watched the trailer lodge. I don't know if you noticed lada but beginning and at the end and about five or six times in the middle the movie goes out of its way the trailer anyway goes out of its way to emphasize harriet tubman bad s packing heat there even some shots that's where it looks like something more out of film like widows or any film or someone is posturing as an action star with a gun which just confounds me a little bit. It's not what that i necessarily expected from harry. I will keep every last drop of blood in my face and tell moscow. Slavery is take it seems out of character certainly for the prestige drama it otherwise is presenting itself as i have no historical context to know if any of that <hes> it could possibly very well. It'll be based in some sort of fact it could. We'll have to find all of that out but you are right heavy on the guns way heavier than i would have expected for sure the other part and i'm being really nit-picky picky here but there's a line in the trailer where i believe leslie odom junior says welcome to the underground railroad which just seems like one of those script moments that so on the no isn't even the right phrase for it but it just seems sure it just seems a little off color does make it begs. The question of what audience are they. Maybe maybe going for something like that is is a little bit and i liked hidden figures but a little bit sort of <hes> the exposition a level all that realm was at and <hes> maybe but then again if they were going that way while the guns so a lot of questions about harriet but sure find out when it comes out okay my the number four question of the fall movie season is how will knives out satisfy and surprise and i am using my my phrases there my words very deliberately because i was thinking a lot about the latest movie from ryan johnson not only because i'm excited to see it but because because i recently listened to a podcast where ryan johnson was talking about the creative process with joseph gordon levitt on joseph gordon ebbets podcast which is called the creative processing ryan johnson was the first guest and i guess the conceit of gordon levitt show is that every episode is going to have a guest where they're going to talk about some element of making art and the question comes in from a listener or from fan so this one was about imitation and originality study which is a great question of course for ryan johnson as he is someone who has always worked within genres and they talked about this within the first five minutes of the interview that that when joseph gordon levitt got the script for brick it said bric a detective movie by ryan johnson and then of course he made the brothers bloom and it was right there on the script a conman movie by ryan johnson and then he made looper which he called a sci-fi story by riot johnson. We know what he did next. He did star wars movie which is its own genre and then this film knives out is a whodunit and it says he is unabashed about the fact that that's what this film mm-hmm is and when they get into that a little bit more and why he not only so comfortable working with john rowe but why it appeals to him so much. He said said that he likes the way the restrictions actually given more creative freedom. He feels like he likes the constraints. If you will the genre but also immediately immediately for the viewer coming in they bring into the theater certain expectations that the filmmaker has to fulfill and at this point. I'm guessing everyone listening. Listening is ready to blurt out the next phrase that i blurted out in my car that joseph gordon levitt blurted out ryan johnson which is and subvert them but ryan quickly said yes yes or subvert them but he countered that by saying for him. It really is more about trying to satisfy those expectations and not upenn them completely. It's how you satisfy but do it in a different and compelling way. That's where they ultimately landed is. It's not about trying to completely. We change what everybody thinks. They know about the genres or these types of films. It's giving them a lot of the lights that they expect giving them what they want want but giving it to them in a new way and that really is what he's done. I think throughout his career obviously look something like brick. Which is this film to our this hardboiled detective story the doesn't necessarily change everything we believe about those types of characters or that setting but it does come at it in a way we had never seen before. I think that is true of all those films uh-huh maybe with one exception and we won't go down this rabbit hole but star wars where i think a lot of people would argue. He did very deliberately subvert those expectations and that either is what made the film better or potentially made the fillmore again a good conversation. We could possibly have another time but this is what looks like a pretty traditional whodunnit. All taking place is on an estate. There's a dead patriarch. There's a family that heats each other any one of them could have done it and ron johnson unravel that mystery and how he unravels that mystery i can't i can't wait to see the cast is already fascinating. You've got an arm us. Chris evans daniel craig michael shannon. Jamie lee curtis toni collette christopher christopher plummer leaky stanfield don johnson appears frank oz and then walsh. I think the two detectives in this case are daniel craig and keith stanfield. I can't wait to see the pairing onscreen grilling all of these characters so the ensemble just looks incredible but of course knowing that you have ryan johnson behind it and knowing that he is going to explore the who done it with such care and genuine affection at his own spin is what really has interested ladies and gentlemen. I would like to decrease the all stayed until the investigation is completed. What can i ask. Why does something change no. Oh no. It hasn't changed or no we can't have. Have you seen the trailer for this year. I have actually okay the other way. You could describe it really the other genres. Honor is as farce. I it struck me that the tone and the speed of of course you know you're judging by how the trailer was cut but even the little seen sequences you get there that has struck me as a very and all of his films have clearly had humor within them as well but <hes> the most blatant yeah veer towards a comedy direction which makes me excited about attitude that movie opens right thanksgiving november twenty seventh all right my next question who still has the bigger biceps sylvester stallone or arnold schwarzenegger. I know you sat up many late nights in the eighties wondering this of course you can wonder at once more they're both reprising iconic eighties rolls this false false schwarzenegger as the terminator in terminator dark fate and stallone as john rambo in rambo last blood so yeah. This is maybe one of the lighter questions since but it's kind of a tough call for me actually because i would say overall. I like the terminator franchise better. If you just look at the two franchises and dark fate has linda hamilton back which yes should definitely help. My name is sarah connor never seen one like you before almost human. I am human at the same time. I actually do have a lot of respect for the first rambo film nineteen eighty two's first blood. I remember well when i i only knew it from seen bits and pieces of the sequels when i was a kid and when i went back years ago and actually sat down and watched it <hes> it was this shockingly thoughtful exploration of p._t._s._d. For its first half if maybe a little more and then things go a little haywire but yeah <hes> but yeah. It's a really good movie. It's a really good film. <hes> and stallone has had a history of revisiting iconic characters characters of his in rewarding weighs two thousand six's rocky balboa adam still still the best rocky it is yeah so maybe just maybe there's is a chance both of these could be good. Ramble less blood opened september twenty terminator dark fate opens november. Why lhasa blood seems like it's tempting tempting fate calling it that doesn't it like really believe that that will be the last war well that will depend on knocks off yeah that was actually one of my very distant honorable mentions i saw somewhere that james cameron essay distant because i can't say i'm all that pump to see the new terminator film and i've skipped most of the the alleged sequels but one of my questions was what is a true terminator sequel because that's what james cameron has said he said this is the only true sequel to he made so someone else way more adapted analyzing these films would have to give me that answer might number three fold movie question is it's a very long when here josh that i manage manage to fit in about seventeen movie titles so it's a patented and requested d._p.'s roger deacons rodrigo prieto robbie ryan and vinho dema all all have movies coming out this fall the goldfinch the irishman marriage story and ad astra respectively which shooter has the best shot to join these cinematography talker fee stars inspiration for this one coming from a new indie wire article. I saw a couple of days ago. That was about the oscar season coming coming up this fall movie season and they picked out thirty cinematographers to keep an eye on a lot of great talent out there and there were a bunch of very familiar names. The people like the ones i mentioned there are some others i recognize but maybe not quite on that level of greatness just yet and if you names i didn't recognize it all and now have on my radar but there were two names that really stood out to me and i think they'd stand out to you as well josh who i think have that potential and maybe with these films of kind of elevating their status and being in the same conversation as the other d._p.'s i mentioned the first one is jody. Lee life's who got his start as the cinematographer on lena dunham's breakout film tiny furniture. He shot a bunch of episodes of girls. He then went on to shoot martha. Marcy may marlene. He shot manchester by the sea for oregon. He also shot a documentary. I saw a few years ago called ballet four twenty two and he also did shutoff valve train wrecks starring amy schumer. His work will be on display this fall in a beautiful day in the neighborhood the new film directed by marielle heller about fred rogers of course. Tom hanks thanks as mister rogers. That movie opens november twenty second and then the other option here. Josh is rachel morrison who shot ryan coolers fruitvale station also also rick familiar was dope and broke a barrier at the oscars. Becoming the first woman nominated for best cinematography because of her work on de reece's mudbound. That's that's where she really caught our attention i think and then she also shot kugler black panther. We will see her work. This fall in the kristen stewart the vehicle seaborg which is about the actress the famous french actress and starve breathless jean sebert. That movie doesn't actually have a fall release yet but he did play venice. It did play tiff. It's supposed to come out in the next couple of months and those were the two big names that as i said josh really stood out to me who i think have the potential to be revered revered cinematographers who are already obviously operating at the top of their talent but a link to that india wire article in our show notes film spotting dot net. If you want to scan for any other names that appeal to you yeah i put my money on rachel morrison just because as soon as you say mudbound immediate images come to mind uh opening of them digging the graves in the rainstorm and some some really arresting imagery in that film art my number two question also comes via via a listener ross bratton twitter at our bratton will the joker be added to the list of characters to get two people in oscar nomination uh-huh so this filter me like a patented sam van haugen poll question when i looked at all the options we could have choose which of these are your favorites. I'll get to those but of course i off. Heath ledger is who is thinking of being nominated for the dark knight and joaquin phoenix with joker having that potential phoenix we know i was capable of anything and i will say at least that first trailer. I haven't watched the second one yet for joker but the first one is all about phoenix it. It's every frame is about about <hes> even the way he moves the smallest gestures to the grand or one so i definitely think there is that potential when it comes to an oscar nomination now ross's question did make me think of other characters who have earned oscar noms for multiple actors and i found a list a handy list at mental mental floss do any come to mind before i quickly run through these absolutely not but my brain is mental floss at the moment josh so hit me. You're gonna kill yourself because of this first one henry the fifth laurence olivier kenneth ron and then maybe even throw this endure fall movie preview because timothy shallow may is in david. Let me show say the king. Don't say josh and choices do have left in this town. Okay all right. I'll leave that there but let me run through some other characters here richard nixon listen. He got nominations for anthony hopkins and franklin gela professor henry higgins leslie howard rex harrison vito corleone of mars right marlon arlanda robert deniro and that a lotta royals on this list so queen elizabeth yeah this is the same year in one thousand nine cate blanchet and judi dench henry the eighth this this one i would not have known charles lawton richard burton. Here's one we should have probably thought of right away because of its recent last year's oscar conversation but vicki lester drove a star is born janet gainer in the very first phil what about right and then judy garland and then just two more here rosa with titanic gloria stuart player and kate winslet winslow played in the same move so i guess that counts and something similar here iris murdoch again kate winslet and again the same part in the same dench judi detach <hes> there. You go okay so just some interesting factoid for you. We'll see if joaquin phoenix and heath ledger joined that list joker occur opens october for so you'll notice if you've been following twitter or social media at all over the weekend that we manage to their talk about joker without actually getting into do any of the conversation surrounding the movie or any of the details whatsoever. I'm already. I avoided all i know i'm already a little disturbed but about where all the conversations are going and at this point. I'm going to try to forget about joker. Yes until we actually see it. That was my reason to not talk about it. We haven't seen it. I'm blissfully. This fully naive by number. Two movie question started out being pretty generic and then when i landed on my knives out one. I knew i wanted to amend anyway. It's about marriage story no abound backs film and i was gonna ask kind of a variation on the knives out question which is what's the new take on this going to be marriage. Stories are as old genre as we have in cinema may be an. I think about great films like ingmar bergman's scenes from a marriage and multiple films films that noah baumbach himself has made on the topic and that's when it hit me in light of something i did you see pop up on twitter the other day that a better question about marriage story he is will it solidify scarlett johansson and adam driver as generation defining or at least decade defining actors and you know where this is coming from a little bit. I just a few weeks ago here on this show. Our producer sam posed a great question a terribly flawed film spotting poll question trademark but an intriguing one where he asked which of these actresses and we named about eight to ten of them. Do you think really defined the decade of the twenty ten. However you choose to define decade defining inning scarlett johansson did okay. She actually finished fifth. Though from the top with only nine percent emma stone finished ahead of her jessica chastain ahead of her amy adams in second jennifer lawrence wanted with twenty nine percent but still there was a lot of love. We got a lot of great comments about johannesen. She did better in it than i thought she would and she certainly is an actress who i know i was someone who maligned her. A little bit early in her career didn't see someone with much range and now i can name four to five films of hers that i think she is pretty remarkable in so i think any list anybody who is questioning which actresses have had the biggest impact over the past ten years so she's going to be in that conversation and adam driver may be. Maybe wasn't in that conversation until just this weekend at telluride. There was a tribute tribute to him now. I'm not sure why an actor who can't be more that about thirty two. He's having attributed telluride. I didn't get into the details but it seems as if martin scorsese aziz who directed him on his film silence showed up. Maybe even a little bit of a surprise to pay tribute to him and he said this. I can't tell you the perseverance and and beauty of the performance and the experience i had with him. He has marvelous screen presence one of the best if not the best actors of his generation so none of the martin scorsese is saying he's in the conversation for best actors of his generation. I've avoided the reviews of mary story as well coming out of whatever 'fess it it has been at but so far everybody has been raving not only about the film but about those performers in particular so if anyone is trying to put them up on a pedestal we'll see if mary stories stories the movie that really elevates them well interestingly if you consider their stature between the two of them driver is the one with an oscar nomination for black clansmen and ngo hanson has not received at all which seems strange to me when you think about how much work in good work as you said she has done so yet. Maybe they both nab bond with us now. This is a little bit of a cheat. This is the one that was not deliberate on. My part got a little bit confused. It's coming out october fourth but that's only at the new york film film festival if you happen to be attending that fest it looks like right now. It's not coming out until the week after thanksgiving which is december six so cut me a little bit of slack. Josh it's fine. I love it okay all right my number one question kind of took me by surprise and it was really based on finally seeing the trailer for this but the question is will a beautiful all day in the neighborhood warmed. My heart are creeped me out because i've got to say. Have you seen this trailer. I don't think i have no okay. I'm curious. Anyone else has has had this experience. It was very disorienting for me like i was watching. It was almost like i was seeing double or watching some sort of pod person. It was so strange strange just weird to see an icon like tom hanks portraying an icon like fred rogers. I'm sure there been similar instances of you know renowned actors taking on other personalities that we know but for me. I think it's that i know both of them so well or at least i feel that i know them as people even you know beyond hangs all his roles you kind of feel like this could all be alive. We never really know any public personality but you kind of feel like you know hanks. The guy as well us hangs the actor and you certainly get that from fred rogers who show i grew up on so seeing them merge in this way. It was really jarring. It's a beautiful day in this the beautiful day for a neighbor. Would you be mine so you louise's my neighbor. Hello neighbor now of course the film it could be a wonderful way to honor rogers legacy but right now it kind of feels like something out of being john malkovich. It was sort of like i'm looking into tom. Hanks is and seeing fred rogers. There and i didn't really like it little okay now. Most people have already said they've cried at the trailer so possibly i'm the only one who feels this way love to hear ear if anyone else is having a bit of experience with it. I still want to see the movie. I mean think about last year's won't you be my neighbor reminded me of what a treasure rogers was. Maybe maybe the last public personality we can safely holy admire. I don't know maybe i hesitate. Even say that marielle heller as we've mentioned earlier on this episode directing directing is absolutely a plus after her accomplished the diary of a teenage girl. Can you ever forgive me so beautiful day the neighborhood that does open november twenty two i. I just hope it doesn't give me psychological scars. I can totally see that. I know it does and here's why because i have not seen the trailer but i have seen images from the a trailer popping up in various places and something about hank's as fred rogers does unnerved me it does so you're not totally insane dollars. Sorry i planted that in your soviets had seriously. How are you going to ruin mr rogers for everyone. That's what you probably have pulled off. Congratulations okay. You spoiled my thunder a little bit here josh with my number one and listeners longtime listeners will know that there is some variation sorry ation of this question that tends to pop up in these vol movie previews. I like to go this hyperbolic route. The question is will the king yeah be my favorite movie of all time or merely my favorite movie of twenty nine hundred so yes i happen to be particularly enamored really really longtime listeners know with henry the fifth with henry the fourth parts one and two. I'm a shakespeare fan generally. I'm a fan of those plays. I'm a fan of his history. Plays plays primarily which i think makes me a little weird. Most people tend to go for the tragedies or the comedies and not the king plays. My daughter sophie thinks i'm incredibly boring but it's the history plays i like the most very dad you know what it is but maybe it's because they combine elements of the tragedy and the comedy you certainly get hints of that in and the story of henry v and his rise to power that we see in henry the fourth now i have not read a whole lot about this film or tried to completely wrap my head around how they have united these stories what is three different plays ultimately into one film whether they've just kind of run them together like the godfather saga saga or if something else is going on but maybe the best way for me to articulate why i'm so interested in this film beyond my henry. The fifth love is to ask more questions. One of them is ken. David show returned to form because i really loved what i think was his debut film. I am i saw from him anyway. Animal kingdom as you know less high on the rover than many including you and me both fine form. We were both pretty mixed. The negative on war machine came out on netflix so i really want to see if this is more animal kingdom david nisha which kind of makes sense because it's all about these family dynamics of course my other question is as much as i love timothy shallow may and he is a selling point. I'd be interested in this film almost regardless of who's playing henry the fifth but when i first heard that he was playing that role that seemed like such a perfect fit coming off of seeing him in lady bird call me by your name couldn't wait to see his take on it but now i wonder how badly will robert patent since prince fan outshine shallow may in the film because i love robert pattinson as well and he gets to be his rival level or at least one of his rivals here in this story and leslie josh. I don't have an eloquent way to put it joel edgerton falstaff. I'd like joel edgerton as an actor folders data falstaff one of those characters who i was trying to think of the proper adjectives to describe him and i realized that not only was maybe i just too limited in that way. It's hard to describe them. Because the name falstaff alone throughout the history of drama now throughout really the history of popular culture carries so much weight it embodies so many sort of nuances and contradictions you describe other people as being falstaff fisher. You don't describe falstaff. Falstaff just is is he. Is this rabble rousing wise drunkard who is a mentor at least early on to the young henry and maybe it is simply another limitation on my part that i am imagining some of the characters brian blessed to played him in brannagh's version. I i see these very big round characters of core trying falstaff at it's hard for me to see edgerton as that type of character and i don't know if he went down that path or not gained one hundred and fifty pounds which is what i think you'd have to do to play falstaff or at least fifty to sixty. I don't know if that's what he's trying to pull off here or not or if he's giving us a completely -pletely new take on falstaff either way i'm curious. The new chapter of my life has become ready. I can appeal the weight crown. I can foster live on the council men who toil question every waking moment oh i need men around me. I can trust because you. My friend can cuss a friendship. The only follows a will come with edgerton. Has i don't know i don't mean this in a negative way but sort of a blunt edge to him and yet falstaff is ida. There's like a at one. There's a stupor and deduct stare at the same time. Yes and i don't see that with what i've seen in edgerton other performances but that doesn't mean he's possibly not capable or yeah or he goes a different way. Will we will see. We'll find out on october eleventh. That's when it hits select theaters and then it will hit streaming on net flicks flick's in november just a couple other quick names from the cast ben mendelsohn who i saw for the first time in me shows animal kingdom <hes> appears in this film as well and thomason thomason mackenzie who we both loved in leave. No trace debra granik fell from last year. She also stars in the king. We'll find out if it's just that's my favorite movie of the year joshua the greatest movie ever made those are our top five questions of the fall movie season josh before we get to maybe any honorable mentions. Do you want to just quickly list the top five that you're most excited to see if you can only see five full movies. Which five would they be. Yeah based on watching watching a few of the trailers since i you know last thought about some of these titles but right now i would actually have ad astra up at the top i just i was up and down with james gray for for many years by the lost city of z really won me over to him. That made me very excited about whatever he was going to do. Next and of course i'm a brad pitt fan and a sucker for space movies so that's my number one number two i have parasite from bong jun ho and number three right johnson's knives out and then rounding off this list the irishman human which we didn't mention yet. I don't think but is coming out november. One and in the fifth slot is joe joe rabbit. I'm just so curious even more so after seeing the trailer for that. It didn't really help me right by mind around it anymore but still make me excited so we have a lot of overlap. They're just two different order. I've got the irishman ed number. One scorsese de niro pacino fetchy. I'm in noah baumbach marriage. Story is my number two actually knives out ryan johnson's three the king which was part of my number one movie question is my number four pick and then i also have parasite from bong juno in the fifth slot. Were there any questions that you weren't able to get them all out of questions. You're all out of questions. Okay i got a bunch mostly that apply not a bunch four or five the mostly apply as i said earlier to movies. I'm not that excited to see starting with willingly explore something poetic in gem man or is he just playing with a new visual affects toy because he has a history of doing that sometimes to great effect. I've seen the gemini man trailer now probably seventeen times just by accident poor you yeah yeah it plays before every movie i go see and it looks awful and i don't think the trailer even mentions. That ingley is attached to it. Someone mentioned this to me. The other day might have been you you otherwise i had no idea he's a director who i have a lot of appreciation for. I don't know that i have enough appreciation to get to go see gem yeah no. It's not a strong trailer. I'll set for it will edward. Norton finally solved the case of his missing acting oscar for motherless brooklyn. I think he's actually pulling triple will do to hear his writer director for sure and the lead of this movie playing a detective with theresa syndrome and there's something about that just on its face makes me nervous yes but i also really do trust norton just in terms of kind of his artistic integrity. I suppose an his skills as an actor so i'm hoping might might be a little hoping it's okay go back to stephen king and it chapter to which stephen king character will be the most frightening fun to revisit willoughby pennywise from chapter two or dan torrents. Don't call danny from dr sleep now. We're going to grow signing. All stephen. King's kids are up this fall. I've got one. I'm stealing from our production consistent. Andy which is will the mountain remind us. The jeff goldblum is more than a name. I did click on this only because andy listed as one we should look at and and how about this cast deniro vence in the film udo kier jeff goldblum of course tie sheridan i think is the main character in this film that comes to us from writer and director rick alverson he did the comedy a few years ago and also the entertainer which actually i didn't catch up with so it looks like a very odd movie like i would expect from alverson just based on the comedy and it's true gold wounds become kind of this curious social media figure almost and i've always appreciated him as an actor but it's been a a long time since i've really thought of him as an actor well once you start doing commercials playing yourself i think you shift into that territory where people think of you that way so it would would be refreshing to see him kind of back in actor mode yeah this one i couldn't come up with a question for but i saw the trailer for the movie frankie the other day and it looks intriguing rigging of course because it's got isabel who pair in it and brennan gleason to amazing actors but i watched the whole trailer and had no sense really what the movie was about had no desire to see see it despite those two stars and then i find out in doing my research for this list that it's directed by ira sachs who i think is an incredibly talented filmmaker behind in keep the lights on and little men and before that love is strange so just because of his attachment forgetting the cast. I do wanna see frankie and finally i'm kind of interested in seeing judy not so much because of what renee zellweger might do with judy garland or the judy garland songs but i love jessie buckley in wild rose from earlier this year and she appears in that film plus hustler's. Josh can't say i'm super pumped to see hustlers not a bad though but not abed trailer and along with all those other interesting cast members constants woo hoo. I thought was so good and crazy rich asians. She is back in hustler. So that wraps up our top five fall movie questions we would love to hear your picks or any other comments about the show you can email us anytime feedback films spotting dot net. If you want to dig into the show archives. Maybe check out that review. We did of the original it you can find it at film spotting dot net. We've got reviews. Interviews and top five's going all the way back to two thousand five also on the website. Go ahead and vote in the current film spotting poll. We're asking you which acclaimed directors unlikely space movie. Would you most want to see torture films spotting t shirts or other films spotty merch visit film spotting dot net slash shop and to subscribe to the weekly films spotty newsletter you can do that at film spotting dot net slash newsletter. You can also interact with us on facebook and twitter adams at film spotting. I'm at larson on film out in limited release including here in chicago. This weekend is boon well in the labyrinth of turtles. It's an animated film about the making of land without bread boone while scathing nineteen thirty-three satire of the naive ethnographic documentaries. It's the documentary. I remember watching in doc film class back in college. I'm very interested in seeing this animated film one that just might be a golden brick nominee nominee we will have to catch up with film in the labyrinth of turtles out in wide release. Is it chapter to josh. We recommending it. <hes> no no. I can't say anywhere close to now abandoned. I'm not unfortunately either next week on the show. We're going to get two eyes wide shut stanley kubrick. We're we're gonna reckon with that. Film from nineteen ninety nine one of our nine from ninety nine reviews film spotting is produced by golden joe and sam van haugen without salmon golden joe. This show would go our production. Assistant is andy mitchell. Thanks also to candice griffiths and the listeners of the film's spotting advisory board and special. Thanks to everyone at w._b._z. Chicago chicago more information is available at w._b._z. Dot org are music. This week is from bleached. It comes from the album. Don't you think you've had enough more information at hello. Bleached dot com four film study and i'm josh larsen and i met him kantar. Thanks for listening. This conversation conserve no purpose anymore. Could we <hes> just alternate paragraphs on somebody. 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"Thanks isn't just good. He's transporting he takes on Mr Rogers Legendary mannerisms and owns them using them. As a conduit to Rogers disarming inner spirit that review for my favorite film critics Owen Gleiberman of variety. That's when we were doing this week. It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood hood. We're also reviewing a couple of the right now in theaters Ford versus Ferrari and Joe Joe Rabbit so three releases out there right now thanks. BFCE the broadcast film Critics Association. Were sending me all these screener. So I'm up to date with all these latest movies coming up in the weeks ahead. We're going to talk about movies. I just received in the mail yesterday. Just mercy I'd nineteen eighteen seventeen from San Mendis L. phenomenal so I went to watch all these movies and as always appreciate all of you subscribing rating and reviewing an apple podcasts. Here's from from Doc. Lou Iowa please do a podcast. redoing the Irishman with detail. Now that it's on Netflix X.. Site yesterday finished at this morning. Well listen I did a very very in depth podcast so please please do check it out in case you want to hear my thoughts on the Irishman Joe might be able to get the specific date here on the fly but I believe it was the first week of October. Just go back to the rankings. You will see clearly clearly Irishman Review. Trust me I went in depth. And they're on. I don't want to spoil for people who haven't seen it yet but I'm glad so many are now finally seeing I feel like the feedback has been very positive what I see. Obviously the critics love it ninety six percent raving about score. Says he's work people seem to be raving about the performances from Deniro Passion Pacino. I know there's some quibbling about the CGI people don't like the Femur Deniro beats up the guy that's definitely true. That was not great I also would have cut the war scene. I don't think he looks like he's twenty years old there but again but suspension of disbelief. A more I think it's the best picture which of the unit is going to be huge awards favorite speaking of that Chris. Beecham my buddy from Gold Derby DOT com. He's going to join US next week. He's Great Golden Globe. Nominations coming up next week so Chris is is gonNA break down for us which moves are GONNA be positioned to be big time award favorites for picture director etc.. The latest on goalie right now. Irishman is the favorite to win. Best Picture Scorsese's the favorite to win. Best Director Deniro is GONNA get nominated for Lead Passion Pacino for supporting right now. Brad Pitt. The slight favourite to win for supporting for once upon a time in Hollywood. Just ahead Pacino and Deniro Right now lagging behind Joaquin Phoenix for best actor but joined. Will you finally saw the Irishman. So I want to get your thoughts before we move on. What did you think sake? I thought it was a great. You're right it's slower. It's more reflective. I felt the build up great. I thought the writing was fantastic. DOC and some of it was filmed in my neighborhood. I realized while watching it so that was fun. Too Nice surprise. It was really really good. which performance to you? I see a lot of people here raving about patio door. Pacino's Work Deniro. By the way of Deniro gets now in for best actor. I looked up. He hasn't been nominated for lead actor since ninety one Cape. Fear's talk with a long time coming. He was nominated nominee for supporting actor for civilize playbook but if he's best actor that'd be as eighth nation and I since Cape Fear. What about the acting even the supporting cast? You WanNa talk about Raymond or bobby kind alley I would go with patchy one hundred percent. He just commanded the screen. I thought I thought he was a great complement to Peci. Engineers Characters So Outgrowth Goethe touchy what about you. Yeah I think to me especially that I said takes little kind of used to and getting acclimated disturbed. I thought as soon as Pacino shows up. He just a jolt of energy the entire story like he's just and his performances big and boisterous and he gets criticized for over the top acting but Hoffa himself was over the top persona. And that's we was like as a rabble rouser and he really thought portrayed Hoppe's passion for the Union was so important to him even if some of it was attained by help of wiseguys so I thought volcanic presents just really lifted up the entire film. I do think passions wonderful though because you've never seen like that of course as you movie which is why he was so reluctant to do what he kept telling Marty what. Why are we going to do this? We need this before Goodfellas and casino. The once he saw the script Steve Zalin and how different it was. That definitely changed things for him as well. And I think Deniro's wonderful expecially the final thirty minutes Deniro with his he does so much so little in this mortality. It's it's it's a wonderful wonderful piece of work one bit entertainment news before we get to these movies though our review. Because it's about the Irishman and that's a fact that there's one criticism right now. The most prominent female character portrayed by Oscar. Winning actress. Anna Paquin speaks six words and ten minutes of screen time as a result. Some of question. Why talented actress would be so underutilized? Deniro defendants were says he and screenwriter Stevens aliens choice to minimize or words Komo telling USA. Today she was very powerful. And that's what it was. Maybe in other scenes there could have been some interaction between Franken or possibly. But that's how it was done. She is terrific and it resonates Packman herself defended the roles well earlier this month agreeing with a user who scoff at the idea. That Scorsese ordered pick pack. Went to appear in the film. nope nobody was doing any ordering. I auditioned for the privileged joining the incredible cats at the Irishman. Incredibly proud to be a part of this film. Listen the life of this world is not have any room for women. Okay listen a lot of score. Says he moves have had wonderful parts for women jodie foster and taxi driver Lorraine Bracco Goodfellas Sharon stone and casino. Ellen Burstyn won an Oscar for Alice doesn't live here anymore. You know. There's plenty of roles which to choose from. But but in this case I mean this is all about the guys in this world of frank stearns world just didn't involve women which is obviously an indictment of his life and why so depressed at the end but anyways that's just one thought there in the Irishman but let's get to some movies here. I'm going to start with four versus Ferrari. 'CAUSE if you're like most people have seen this one. It was a big hit at the box office opened at number one open number three that for second week announced facing a lot of competition competition there from frozen to and knives out. But it's the story about American automotive designer Carroll Shelby played by Matt Damon and fearless British racecar driver Ken Miles battling in corporate interference the laws of physics and their own personal demons to build a revolutionary vehicle for the Ford Motor Company. Together they planned to compete against the race cars of Enzo Ferrari variety twenty four hours of woman in France in one thousand nine hundred sixty six. I'm not a big car. Guy Per se not not a gearhead but I could appreciate the the story and the fact that first and foremost is directed by James Mangold. I think it's one of our best directors loved his work with cop land walk the line and Logan and clearly. He's a very smart filmmaker and he knows how to make what I think is in many ways classical piece of filmmaking. This is you know really much studio film which is featuring very likable leads and Matt Damon and Bail Damon plays as the quiet Texan doesn't have a lot to do in the role but I think he was a serviceable Christian. Bale has a little more of a show your partner. I think he's excellent. He lost seventy pounds because he was really overweight. Obviously to play Dick Cheney advice so we went from seventy pounds or play Ken Miles. It was gone and as an angler face has a little bit of a haughty arrogance about him. You actually hear bail in his British voice against. That's a little bit jarring. Zoe actually sounds but he's very good in the movie you know specifically Kenneth Durant of the L. A. Times to bail his ken miles of the Angular Lookin in piercing stare of a bird of praise in another landmark and the actors ability to lose himself in recognition in challenging roles. One thought here on mangled by the way as Ram points out if you look closely also the final credits you see the name the late Alexander mckendrick one of the great figures of movie making the director of such rich emotional films as the man in the white suit the lady killers and sweet smell of success which is a great one. Burt Lancaster I love the smell of arsenic. mckendrick was mangled teacher mentor CAL arts with four versus Ferrari mangled angled. Ashley made a film that would make the old man proud. So it's a good movie but I didn't think it was a great film because it just felt so formulaic. which is the problem? With most sports films themselves right Damon's Damon's character Carroll Shelby's a former driver who now due to injury can't race against he becomes the owner here so to speak are the one who's a designing the car then bales can miles. He's he's the daredevils wants to get it done. And Ford Motor Company played by Tracy Letts Point Henry Ford the second. He's excellent very unexpected. Crying scene involving Tracy Letts as a big Neil evert favorite. It says listen we get to sell more cars. What's GonNa make the cars? More sexy and John Burnett who plays it terrific Lee iacocca very aggressive and highly motivated evaded. He says listen. We gotta make the car more sex. You're more exciting. And that's where they get this idea to have the car race against Ferrari and the twenty four hours of Lemons So it's really not that the tunnel first of all is misleading. It's not really Ford versus variety. There's not a whole lot of Ferrari in the movie ends affir- I play by Remo Sharon. It's more about the corporate interference I mentioned engine specifically Josh. Lucas character needs a decent actor but I just thought his character is very underwritten and poorly conceived plainly. Ob was just a little bit too phony. As if he's the face have corporate interference and the the level to which undermines Ken Miles and Carroll Shelby. Just thought was a little bit ridiculous to be honest with you and it took away from the film for me. The course you've seen this week for one reason season that's to watch the driving scenes but I'll say this as good directors mangled is. It's almost a little bit to classical in the way films the scenes meaning my favorite shot driving the movies. Of course the POV of the driver video game shot. You'RE GONNA video game you race. Car Games always my favorites. So he does that for like three seconds then he cuts to a close of bail. That'll uh-huh cut to an insert of him moving the gears that will cut to a wide. Shot the Carpool by then. He cuts back to the POV. So it's very studied the way he's doing it. I was just give me fifteen seconds. The Pov Oh V.. Just once this is one of the best ways that Mad Max. Fury road was so incredible whites when the action movies of our time is George Miller would speed up the frames. It'd be like times two time. St Jude just flying at you and go into slow-motion she got these crazy close another Kansas flying in on the drivers. Whether it's Tom Hardier Shalit's there and then all of a sudden it goes was this beautiful slow-motion you get this baletic effective early fast. Release slow with mangle. It's always at the same speed you know in terms of direct to`real insight and you know. These cars are driving to or miles an hour. But you never really feel the fear of it because it's so study the way he does it so I just wish that he'd taken some more chances to that. Point the global mail film home critic offered this the characters are stocked the stories ups and downs easily telegraphed and the inoffensive but not particularly inventive dialogue as spat up as if the actors were eager your to move onto the next thing watching. It feels extending carefully drinking a glass of room temperature water for two and a half hours at goes down smooth and you'll leave the theater feeling full. Oh but you'll be left with a hunger for something with a hint of flavor and hours later you'll struggle muggy to remember just what it was the Gupta in the first place I'm giving four versus for two and a half maple leaves. It's a good sports movie but I do think for movie about cars and guys going against the edge. It does play it safe. The next one we're going to talk about is beautiful day in the neighborhood to go back. Bhakta unglamorous review. Hank snails Fred Rogers so delicate. It's peculiar speaking style. The folksy sing song that can almost be drawl the way the words come out slowly enough to make him CELICA Aleka Benevolent hypnotist. He really is the best part of that film. There's a reason why Tom. Hanks is viewed as one of the great actors of our time and certainly in the more lovable guys. He's the key of the. It's not a straight ahead mister. Rogers Bio pic the two time Oscar portrays Mr Rogers. But it's a timely story of kindness triumphing over cynicism based on the true story of a real life friendship chip between Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Gino after jaded magazine writer winner. Matthew Rees is a sign of file Fred Rogers. He overcomes his skepticism. Learning thing about empathy kindness and decency from America's most beloved neighbors. So I wasn't crazy about that strength. Though it's different rather have seen a mister rogers actress bio-pic and find out what makes this guy tick. What was his beginnings like his child? His own child. What's it like for Mr Rogers when he was a kid? That's why would love to know the hinted the fact Mr Rogers. I had some strained relationships with his own. Sons led to low more about that. If the focus was on that but instead Marielle Heller. WHO's the director of really good director of? Can you ever forgive me which is really could move last year. They take this tack of using another character who offers a window into the soul of Mister Rogers. So it's not my favorite conceit. It's like telling pulling the story of black oppression and slavery and racism by using Willem Dafoe and Gene Hackman in Mississippi burning. It's like telling the story of the Holocaust about the Jews by telling the story through Ostrich Schindler the German guy who is exploiting them eventually as a second change of heart so I like it better when the story told from the characters right twelve years as a slave. He's the main character in this case using another guy's an entry point to that character so it's not my ideal method having said that Hank's is fantastic. Because he's not doing an imitation if his voice Mr Rogers but he nails a cadence of his voice and the fact that he was always searching for empathy and the essential goodness witness and kindness of this guy. You know that very slow deliberate delivery but it felt like Mister Rogers always unhurried pace whether speaking or looking at you he would affect you at that gays and that he was so sincere and genuine and one of the most interesting parts of the movie is when his wife. Marianne Plunkett is telling the writer. Lloyd Vogel that you know. He's not perfect but he has a temper but he deals with it by swimming every day. He plays the piano. You know. He finds outlets for his anger. And you can imagine Mr Rogers ever being angry you know. He's human like all of us but he really believes you know. He was a devout Christian. He believed that a big part of scripture was to be good to people to help others and the opening is great. You know they actually do the whole opening to Mister Rogers neighborhood Tom. Hanks just some more of the talk shows. Should it took twenty seven takes. He told Jimmy Kimmel unbelievable because he said one of the tricks. Is that Mister Rogers. Shoes were a little bit the bigger than his feet. So it's very easy to slip off so for Hank's because you know you're gonNA walk in Hangup Jacket. Put the Red Cardigan on. Go down. Put Take off the dress. Shoes running shoes toddlers up. He was twenty twenty seven takes. Its why could just ever be an actor. Goes had that kind of patience to do it. recess fine in the lead role. You know he's playing one of these writers again. You could see it coming a mile all away. He does not want every Mister Rogers. He doesn't care about this guy thinks he's boring. Christine Lahti always a welcome presence. She tells him to do a story about Mister Rogers. Four hundred awards. And that's it. And he's used to more provocative stories more cynical stuff that you can really dig his teeth into so when he meets Mr Rogers. Talk to this guy. And he doesn't like the fact that Mr Rajasa kind of turned the the tables on him he can quickly find it the fact that Lloyd has a real issue with his father and his team which is really tough to believe he actually punches dad at a wedding. The data's played by the always Terrific Academy Academy Award winner Chris Cooper and so the really the hardest movie is about the strange relationship between father and son and that has a predictable ending but hanks's performance in his role in trying to get these two similar themselves is really wonderful act. I think he's GonNa get nominee for best. Supporting actor might even win. He has been a longtime either. You're and I really thought it was a wonderful performance and it is true. You think of Hollywood's nicest actor wholesome and kindness recovery easily. But I think it's deceptive. What he's able to do with the story in some ways it's easier to be a tough guy? Beaten people op are being a really rage. Felt character in some ways it's harder to portray essential goodness but banking Z.. Wasn't Schindler's list. It's very hard to play that. But Hanks's is wonderful at doing it. There is a real knocked. The documentary won't you be my neighbor The ending of that documentary was perfect. Perfect or the the the narrator says okay think for a minute about someone who's been very close to. Who's impacting your life? What they've done for you? It's great. They replicated the movie. I didn't think it was nearly as successful successful the movies it was in the documentary. But I think both are successful. Relatively speaking I'll give a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Three Maple leafs overall like I said primarily early Franks's performance and the fact that transmit different here like. I said you're trying to tell the story of sweetness with all that's going on in the world right now at the productions Zsigmond very good showing the Mr Rodgers behind the scenes neighborhood as well. I would like more about the person himself before. We're going to Joe Rapid. Joe Have you seen either of four Ferrari or beautiful dominate. But Ernie thoughts will I take breath. I have not seen Ford versus Ferrari but I was curious about beautiful day in the neighborhood and you kind of answered my question with Tom. Hanks and whether he thinks he would get nomination nation or not but it seems like this is kind of in the same vein as you review for Judy where performance based go. See it for this actor but the rest of the movie movie isn't all the way there. Is that a fair assessment. I think absolutely. He's the best reason to watch the movie and again you go to the movies. Why for movie stars more than anything and yeah? I would agree with that much like for Judy. Judy you're watching it for Renee Zellweger for Beautiful Day in the neighborhood. You're watching it for Tom. Hanks I do think he should get nominated. And it hasn't been nominal got snuffed for Captain Phillips which is a great performance. I was shocked with you. Didn't get nominated. It's actually been a longtime coming there for Hank's who is a two Time Academy Award winner last movie to discuss before we get to some more entertainment news. That is Joe Joe Rabbit which is a movie that won the Audience Award at the Toronto Film Festival. That's a real bellwether for the Oscars if you win the audience award which the Kuban Best Picture at tiff in Toronto. Now that pretty which means you're getting a best picture nomination and a good chance of winning the best picture. Oscar Look Green Book a season ago that won the Audience Award tiff and also a film. Like the king's speech also on the board then won best picture so Joe Girardi pretty good chance to get nominated for best picture. What's it all about a lonely German boy who discovers that a single mothers mothers hiding a Jewish girl in their attic? Aided only buys imaginary friend Adolf Hitler. That's right Joe. Joe Must Confront his blind nationalism as world war continues to rage on. It's a really creative and inventive story. Sweet coming of age story it stars Roman Griffin Davis. Here is Joe Joe and you watch them. You guys really sweet boy. Very precocious is one issue issue. He's a Nazi he wants to be. A Nazi is blindly loyal to this. And this follows in the tradition of Mel Brooke's clearly poking fun at the Third Reich with springtime ringtone. For Hitler in the producers you look at obviously Roberto Baena wonderful film. Life is beautiful which I love which won the best foreign film but even that film you know when you watch it. I think it's powerful are full but you could see critics of it saying that. It's too sentimental a little bit too sweet and I could see that Chris of Joe Joe Rabbit as well at times. It enters a little bit too close to sentimentality but overall I liked it a lot. I thought TYCO at t really didn't excellent job. He's the CO writer. So I think he's got a good chance of defecating nominate because the script itself is so creative and inventive also directed it and he plays L. Fittler. He plays them for laughs. Obviously he's very kind of a broad impression of Hitler. What time does have a dark side but I thought the kid performance? This is really good. Not only Roman Griffin Davis. Thomas Mackenzie she plays Elsa of the Jews hiding and I think Scarlett Johansson is really good as well. She's Rosie. Who is Joe Joe's mom I think thinks she's a good chance? She's going to get nominated for best actress for marriage story. That's an absolute locks. You might actually win but I think she could also get known for supporting actress very rare. That happens Pacino. In Ninety two got nominee for best actor percent of women and also got over supporting actor for Glengarry Glen Ross but scars really good in the movie. She's very sweet. She is not in tune with her sons Nazism. She has some other thoughts when it comes to politics but she loves her son so much. He's obviously they're from very doting on him as well and I really am Rockwell. He is a previous Academy Award winner for three billboards. That's ebbing Missouri. He plays captain cleansing. Dorf he's a Nazi who also is not what you expect. Stephen Merchant shows up. He's really funny is dirty. Always says that oddball. We'll look at his face. You Know Ricky Jay races work you know him so I would recommend Gioja Robert. I'M GONNA give it three beliefs again. It's very odd when he's hanging out. Sorry it's a straight got a kid who's friend has Adolf Hitler but I think it was sweet. It's funny it's affecting and it does have some surprising dramatic moments as well. Peter Travers Rolling Stones said what. TT's faith in the notion that a child will lead us out of ignorance maybe naive. But it's also deeply affecting so of the three movies that I'm recommending this time. That's what I enjoyed the most and I really think it's good. I think it's going to do well. All the Oscars Joe any thoughts on Joe. Joe Rabbit been wanting to see this movie for Awhile but looking over the cashless house Sam Rockwell in everything. It seems like he's just been everywhere this year making that up. But that's definitely a prolific actor right and this time last year he was in bias but that'd be interesting to Scarlett. Johansson gets two nominations at this year's Oscar. So I think that's something to look out for you the latest on Gold Derby. They have writ seventh and of course five people getting audited for supporting actress. But never know where maybe she gets a little bit push and gets in there one minute entertainment news before we get to our special guests director of a new documentary called one night Pete Davidson Fan sitting at to sign a one million alien dollar. NDA that's Alon disclosure for comedy. Show this according to e w dot com that's right fans of SNL star Danson have a lengthy document assignment for catching one of his comedy shows one such fan posting nondisclosure agreements. She says with center via email before recent San Francisco appearance apparently the the NDA va says that fantasy. They cannot get any interviews opinions or critiques. About the performance in any form whatsoever to blogs or social media the document also gives Tim Davidson the right to confiscate including seize and destroy the contents of any cell phones cameras or PDA's should anyone who agreed to the terms set in the document. Decide to breach the agreement. They will be required to pay one million dollars in damages as well as the legal costs fans who attended the bay area performance of said. The show is being taped. The stars Netflix Comedy Special Special Making the NDA standard protocol various audience members attending other shows November Clinton. They also designed a similar contract interesting. Move Right now by Davison accompany. There's so many issues as I material being leaked or disseminated in whatever way possible. So I'm about a multi million dollar nondisclosure agreement but I like the fact he's taken a stand here joe against having having his work being pirated. Yeah actually all for this I I used to do stand up for years. I mean I'm not funny but I have a lot of friends who are funny and who do it professionally early and I feel like when stand ups hit a certain point and they're trying to work on material if you're Chris rock if someone's just going to upload your half big material Oh online you can't use that for your special so people have been trying to fight it for years. They've literally put phones in bags. But this I think will actually be an effective way to keep keep fans from uploading people's original content. I feel right now. People want Joe to do stand up so go ahead and Tweet US sinophile Pod or atmospheric and if you if we get enough reply so they want to do some stand up on the next edition of sinophile Joe. We'll give us some of his best in a betrayal. You WanNa do that show. I am willing to do that. Everyone please leased tweet. I got I got some stuff that need to get off my chest. A couple of the reviews on Apple. PODCAST Larry Shoemakers says age of innocence and their rushmore of movies based on novels. A why are you kidding. Me You gotta take off. The script. Says he goggles. Glad that Joe Bill included mockingbird which is a no brainer because the movie and Booker both classics six. This is about the best movie adaptations of books. How `Bout Jaws Shawshank redemption based on a novella but so his apocalypse now to have and have not great one? Bogey mccaw give you professor Larry Life of Pi. No I did not breaking movie and You went with age of innocence. Come on man I stand bite. Agents is a great great film. COUGH DOC is well. This is either my buddy down cough for his brother Derek. The cuffs are unbelievable. Other Review Love the pod. The detailed reviews adding provides limiting spoilers. Finished the a netflix processes amazing attention to detail. Every every sequence of the film is intoxicating. well-done cuff Pepsi's understated performance was perfect. Install the move for me an Oscar. Not For him as best supporting is a must and a second gold statue a comedy. His career is well-deserved. Xl Review very well written. They're either Derek Down Pepsi's Wonderful Man. Let's if he wins the could be awesome. I just don't like the fact. That Pacino only has one Oscar which is insane because I think the two actors Pacino's the better actor than Joe Patchy but passion acted a decade. He is brilliant in the movie if he wins another Oscar of course he went supporting for Goodfellas. Lousy Irishman wins. I'd be happy with that. We're going to do later on Mount Rushmore of movies the magistrate friends and honor of Joe Joe Rabbit. But now it's time for our special. The Best Macworld is better than whatever you're wearing hiring right now MAC Waldon's premed central's brand that blazes smart design and premium fabrics. Honestly my experience with them was terrific. Could not have been easier when online align picked out what I needed. They sent to me immediately so I had new underwear. I had socks shirts. Even got an undershirt hodie fantastic and honestly there's no smell to it and it looks great so they want you to be comfortable. Here's the best part. If you don't like your first pair of underwear you can keep it. They still refund you. No questions asked so honestly for myself. Personally I'm speaking from personal experience here. The underwear socks shirt. 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She was also produced on Tony Kademi award-winning OJ. Made in America attended. Hamilton College now lives in Jersey their family and of course. She's a teammate of Montizo. which is the most important thing to me Deirdre? Thanks so much the time today. Thank you so much for that intro. That was that's all night. Thank you credit. My producer Joe. He was a case she's claimed I'd like to thank you. Joe Take them home with me for the holidays. He's small. He's compact you can find. Ah One night is terrific for those. Were Unaware is a documentary. Co directed along with our friend. Jimmy Horowitz it's available on zone. It's also available on Youtube to but of course Jimmy told me to tell everybody just to go to zone subscribe to disown and of course you can watch the fight this weekend. which is the rematch between Anti Joshua? Andy Ruiz I'll be there in Saudi Arabia along with for the rest of our outstanding crew and flying tomorrow but the documentary is Great. Because it's a refresher course of what happened on June first for those were unaware. Take us through the drama of this fight fight and why it was so impactful and why you Jamie made such a stirring documentary about it. Well I think just the place to start. Is You know just how we came to do. which is when when we have big ten events like a rematch? Aj Ruis we look we look to do. We look original content and content in terms of what can what can we do to support it. That's compelling when you talk about the rematch. Most compelling thing is the first fight you know the biggest upset since buster Douglas and typhon stallone on says in his mind is the biggest upset ever so we saw. Let's just relive that night from the people who were there former heavyweight and just you know one of the Nice things about doing doc. That's only happened six months ago. You can you know you have all the camera angles. The corner talk in all the different broadcast. It was a lot of fun to bring all those elements together other. Yeah what's so great about it is. You're telling the story without the principle. They just watched us. Great documents from Tara would call Cutie. Eight the first date and it's about Tarantino's Arnaud's I eight movies and yet she doesn't interview Clinton so she's got Samuel Jackson and all of his collaborators throughout the years talking about so it's interesting. It's great with watching one night because because I don't want to hear from Josh. I've seen those guys plenty. You've got experts like Mike Tyson event or Holyfield and most memorably Sylvester Stallone. Who is tremendous talking about how Ruis Louise ended up being a real life rock? You're Mexican rock. Tell me about working with sly. We weren't really sure what his level of involvement was going to be when we first engaged him but oh man he jumped in with both feet in terms of helping us book with some of the guys. You mentioned you got this book. Tyson holyfield stray. Right hand off and then in terms of creative notes and It's a little intimidating when you know when you're editing a boxing story and you have the Creator Rocky giving you know it's amazing and intimidating kind of all at one. But he was really a huge creative force in that and we're really thankful he was able to jump on. Yeah and a genuine genuine boxing. Fan deirdre like it wasn't like he was just talking about or are we. In broad strokes. He was talking about specifics and moments in the fight and I thought he was clearly detail. I don't know if he'd watched the fight. Prior to the interviewer interviewer he remembered it. That wealth in June. I but this isn't one of those we know that there's some as those athletes who say I'm a big saint. Louis Cardinals Fan ranks pain that they haven't watched team plan years clearly slides a fight. It's been a really was well versed in that fight. And the verbiage of fight language. It's amazing he is completely boxing fan. He watches everything on his own you know you can ask Jamie believe Tex Jamie. Some live feedback during broadcast. It's amazing he's completely immersed in this he's immersed in this world and he really the He's he's just he's just a die hard fan and I think that's the main thing about four is you can be anyone. It's still just so invested in in these athletes. A COP land. So I'll have Jimmy Pass along that texting still home it. You know it's funny. I was talking to Jimmy last week at the zone. Offices is needs both know this anybody he said you know every movie is you know boy wants girl boy gets girl boy loses girl boy gets girl back and he said particularly for one night in a boy gets girl is the Third Rally Asia goes down boy loses girl is rounds four five and six. Because maybe it's sometimes in movies. That's that's the boring park. Just say Oh man that the character of the heroes down but then boy gets girl of course at the end. I thought that was interesting framework. I don't know if you and him discuss that. But for thirty five minute documentary. It's awfully title and top but I think you're able to tell that story line of her wheezes narrative in a very compelling manner. You know I think the thing about it is You know you look back and with the benefit in hindsight you see how much that third round punch really affected. Aj and how. I'm the night really turn for him there but I think when you know when when we went went back we looked at the footage and we were hearing all the calls and even looking at the judges cards. No one saw it was over. You know people thought age a little hurt after that third round but he was getting his legs exac and he and he was going to be fine and everything was still going according to plan. So I think just You know there's definitely a balance between showing how impactful that third third round punch was but also bouncing like people still thought. Aj was GONNA win. And I think Up until really pulled it out in the seventh. I still think people were were underestimating him. No question about it. And that's why this weekend's going to be so exciting makes you watch the AJ rematch. It's going to be on zone with the time difference difference. You know it'd be eleven o'clock or eleven pm local time but I think it'll be about three PM Saturday afternoon. So she'll be a great fight. And certainly your documented as a compelling matter. I told Jamie specifics in terms of directing I love that shot takes a deep breath. Think it's agent enticing. Does that depressed. Why is great the way you guys matched him with the interview? Subjects were saying about actual events. That happened happened. Yeah it was You know and I think like it was really nice because we were able to watch it and then we interviewed. We actually interviewed Tyson about about three weeks before the film was done. So by then and you know by then weaving editing for two months. You know everything so well and so we were able to go in there with Tyson and really kind every live that stuff and ask them exactly about these moments and he was so good on these specific woman. He's so good Reacting to what's going on in the fight against that memorable line about AJ getting punched in in the head where it says his leg. They're working but it had isn't there and I think that was one of the benefits. Having guys like Tyson. Holyfield buster is. It's like they. They've got it and they're giving you know you have obviously are broadcasters. But they're giving you this like this a real reaction from people who have been there and I think I I think that was a really unique perspective debris yeah boxing is just so cinematic. Obviously some of the best movies ever made whether it's raging bull or others along that Ilker off and boxing movies for good reason I want to ask you about the OJ. DOC PHENOMENAL WORKADAY Bikaner. Savvy time I would see connor rare meetings. I WANNA talk movies. which is probably my fault? I should have been. It's just self promoting myself. I could change this program and I. Have you seen the godfather too late. Let me tell you about a cadre the OJ. That was amazing. Honestly it was such a fascinating story and just the rise and fall of it Any stories you can tell from the filming the development of it it was such a landmark. Obviously not only for you encounter but for ESPN to win win. An Oscar for that and it really is I don't want to say a classic American story at all they go J. Classic American hero but it was rich with American details Greed celebrity arise fall etc.. You know one of the things I and That was really challenging about. OJ was doing something. That's so much has been done on before You know taking picking on committing people know this is GonNa be a different way. You know as long as we're talking about when when they reach Marsha Clark and she says you know I'm not talking about about this again. I say the same thing and that you know that convincingly no I know you've talked about it this way but it's GonNa be different. We're going to go this long. And we're gonNA tell the whole story so I think I mean just like that initial development of missing people that this time was going to be different and we were GonNa do it a different way It was really the difference maker in that. Because when when you Kinda pull back and you know we got a lot of criticism for going seven and a half hours but I think when you have that time and you're able to tell the full story from you know from the beginning of of the migration into La to nineteen ninety five and you you understand how how it all happened. It really sheds a new light on it. Yeah that was the strongest part of the documentary. I completely agree with you. Guys were able to bring context and just ellie like you know how important was race at that time. What we're previous events that led to this because without without the too often people look how could you bungle the case and yet when I watched them so sympathetic to Marcia Clark? She's battling sexism. AGEISM and Christopher Darden is dealing with issues within the black community the how come you're prosecutor. You should be protecting one of our own. Whatever the hell that means and looming above it all his Cochran who I just? I watch such admiration repulsion. He's a fascinating correct. Yeah and and I think you know one of the things. That's great that I love about the zone is just the the flexibility to do to to to find the right links for whatever for whatever we're doing for example. This is thirty eight minutes and I felt that was the perfect time for it. It's tight and I think it it you know. I think it's a kind of perfectly edited thirty eight minutes. That's a look back at the fight and get you amped for for Saturday something like OJ. There's been a hundred to our dachshund. Oh Jay and still people didn't understand it when you seven and when you have the ability to go to seven and a half hours You know you you really widening the Lens a little bit but that was a fight at at at ESPN and dumping at like zone where we're lucky that we have that ability lassen four. What did you think of the Irishman? It's obviously the best picture of the year I I know. I'm sure you're gonNA agree with me. Your score says he deserves his second Oscar de Niro Pacino will all be nominated. It's brilliant brilliant right. I loved it. I thought it was brilliant. Brilliant he he was a standout for me. I thought he was his. I thought he hid subtlety with amazing. A we've never seen him before. Right score says film we used. And that's why he took such coaxing he said I don't want to do what I'd done before. Then Marty explained Elegiac. This is more in full as gangs looking back in their life and that seem deniro split split for anybody but were there having breakfast. How good is the subtlety with both those guys whether playing that back and forth not explicitly stating what has to happen? You have both understanding it. I it's fantastic. I mean they were really great. Can I can. I get one criticism or are you going to hang up on me and I'll give you one. I think everybody keeps hammering the same point which is the. Da Deniro. Kicks a shopowner. But go ahead. I thought about a little long at the end. Yeah it's interesting. I says he himself. Yeah yeah no I was GONNA Say Square. Says he said every major studio. There's no way could have done that. Netflix was only one random. Says like whenever you want Marco had you WanNa make eight hour and they don't care he said I really wanted to show aging and mortality. I didn't WANNA cheap. He goes you normally most movies. You get the climax and then the day new marlins about five ten minutes because I really wanted to show how sad this guy's life is really glamorize. The Mafia so I'm with it maybe you don't need him stumbling around like a cripple but I think it really hammered home Marty's point and in many ways why he wanted to make the film right. Goodfellas is such an exhilarating film casino has epochs week. He really want to de glamorize the mob life and that's why he needed that ending to really kind of hammer that point. Oh yeah you know what you're right. I'm in the best one more before I let you go. How a belligerent was? Jimmy Jamie Horowitz to work with. I mean there's a code whenever CO directors get fearful. How bellicose was he in the editing room? He was in haptic. Honestly he he. He brings like humor and intelligence and was like he was a whole lot of fun and I actually think it's great to have two people there We we you know. He has a more of a live background and was very aware. Like keeping things moving along and He was great to work. I'm I couldn't like honestly couldn't be happier to be here going and I'm really excited for what's coming up a corporate answer but I can tell a genuine sincere answers and he is obviously a great guy. Got Check out one night. and Jamie Horowitz It's going to be a great fight this week and I'm assuming you're not gonNA be Riyadh but I'm sure he'll be watching and I really appreciate you joining us here on some good stuff. Thanks so much and now a message from Fiji water. There's nothing quite like Fiji water. It's one of a kind soft smooth taste reflects its source a sustainable natural Artesian Aquifer on an island in Fiji with naturally occurring electrolyte minerals. It's untouched by man. At least until you unscrew the cap and take the first SIP at. That's not remarkable enough. You can get this world class water delivered straight to you with ease. 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This one is from Joe though are fearless producer. A great great idea inspired by Joe Joe Rabbit so this is a great list man. What a fun idea? Legal Fight Club. I by the way next week on sinophile. I'm going to do a breakdown of the movies fight club. Which is the twentieth anniversary right now this year? If you'll recall we talked about that great book about one thousand nine the best movie you're ever the author previously incentive. I five so I went back and watch fight club again. I sought once obviously a ninety nine in theaters. I hadn't watched it since. Oh for the first time in twenty years to next week's enough. Our breaking down the twentieth anniversary of Fight Club and on the twenty fifth anniversary of Hudsucker proxy in addition to Adam sandlers new film uncut gems which I saw in a theater with Mammalian ben lines and Max Bras two weeks ago in Los Angeles. I'm GonNa tell that story. I met Adam sandlers. Well that's next week's file all of which is to say I'm this rush brother Imaginary Friend Fight Club. Is there because Tyler durden is not real. Take that a beautiful mind when a great get this. What is the friend is the? FBI and Harris doesn't exist true romance the friend is Elvis Presley. That's right. That's KRISTA slater's friend WHO's always talking to and of course the the best movie ever but a movie with their imaginary friend Harvey that's right Jimmy Stewart a measuring rabbit. What a bizarre idea? I remember seeing that movie mcquay. What the Hell is this? Oh Hello Harvey Areas A giant rabbit. You can't beat Harvey. That's my mount. Rushmore moves the Majuri Friends Fight Club a beautiful mind true romance and Harvey. Here's hoping joe gets in the machinist restore the shining all right. I'm throwing the shiny definitely. Tony and Lloyd have to include that. I'll just get this out of the way fight club isn't it tyler. During is is not real sorry people twenty years too late trigger mom romance. That's my honorable mention. But I'm GONNA Donnie Darko. I haven't seen true romance in in A really long time. Seen Donnie. Darko more recently and Frank Jig Jilin Hall Yawn all yet drew Barrymore magill halls in it too. So that one's in it and then my number one is drop dead Fred. Nineteen ninety-one about a man named drop dead Fred but more importantly I'm including it because it was filmed in my home town. We never get that so you could literally film a plastic bag being step down for two hours. And I'll put that on my Mount Rushmore. As long as it's in my hometown but apparently that's what joker it's just a guy in step down for two hours so that's it. Yeah which is which is why. I'm very offended chick. Latest Gold Joaquin Phoenix is in lead. Right down to win for best actress. Oh my God just to guy getting kicked in the balls that's GonNa win an Oscar just sick sick world. Now it's time for new segment. Total recall all right total recall new segment. Great eight idea from Joe. He pitched us a while back then Shea. Serrano did it in his excellent books so as I told Shea when he was present in our stealing ideas. Yeah go for it. So Oh I like this idea especially building up to the Oscars which are taking place February ninth which is you go back the Oscars and Redo them. And how would we have this differently. So I'm not going to. I think what shade is included other moves that weren't even nominate so we're just going to have the criteria movies that were nominated and say what should have won so best-picture I'll get that out of the way this was of course the movies. He's of ninety. Four thousand five Austria forrest. GUMP is a tragedy. It's ridiculous that won best picture while the worst best picture winners ever. I forgot four weddings and a funeral is actually nine for best picture which is great to see exhaustive Rom coms underappreciated and. I didn't think that was really funny. They drop F bombs. I ten words that movie hugh grant it most floppy EST and stammering Shawshank. Oshawa redemption obviously is a classic. I would love to get quiz show in there. which is a wonderful wonderful? Robert Redford starring Ray. Fine Johnson tour. I love that movie. But of course the answer's pulp pulp fiction lawrence bender producer. Completely influential. Movie You can watch a thousand times. I don't know how you have pulp fiction. Not Winning Best Picture Joe for your total recall. Yeah I have to agree shawshank redemption. I think would be number two but you're right forrest gump. Winning that year everyone was just caught up on the GUMP train. You know what I mean sadly I do director again a joke Robert Zemeckis one for four sculpture. Two one for back to the future but instead he went forrest. Gump whatever woody Allen Bolsover Broadway surprise. He was known for director. It's really funny. Any movie Dianne wiest is tremendous. She went supporting actress. Don't speak don't speak. She's Grayton William Glad she won. I would not give any all know. Redford again Krishna. I'd love to get him in there but of course he went ordinary people which was also a crime because Scorsese for raging ball Krysztof Kieslowski Lago there for red. He's an unbelievable filmmaker. He did a series of called the the deck log. It's based on the Ten Commandments. So literally the deck logs at one of the Grizzlies mercy. My Life. It's ten hour movie. Each commandment is one hour. So thou shalt plot line is like a one hour film in the adultery one hour. It's amazing so honestly Kieslowski should have one for the deck log which is nine hundred eighty eight. But I don't want to do that where he said. Well it should have one for that. She's GonNa win period. I read that was part of his red white blue trilogy. I thought was the best of the three. But I'm not going to give to Kieslowski again. The answer is Tarantino for Pulp Fiction. Never never won for best directories when a couple of times screenplay but he should have won for director for Pulp Fiction. Yeah I couldn't agree with you more on that it's crazy when one for the screenplay one one that along with his writing partner Roger Avary best actor hanks for forrest gump again tragedy so it should have been either Morgan Freeman Shawshank Redemption Nigel. Hawthorne the madness of King in Georgia. They've never seen remember. That trailer looked hysterical. Maybe he should have won Paul Newman. Nobody's fool newman. Should have one for the verdict which is insane. But I remember. I think Jim Miller is take notice full fan. I would have gone for John. Travolta those pulp fiction comeback performances Vincent Vega or I would have gone with Morgan Freeman. have no issue either Travolta. Fema for me over. Hank's I kinda like hanks here. Personally I mean I think he. The forest gump doesn't happen without him. But I think you could do shawshank redemption without Morgan Freeman. That's interesting I mean heck certainly was very good in the movie even though the movie was bad. You'RE NOT GONNA GO TRAVOLTA for Paul Patient. As I discussed earlier Michael Madsen originally was going to be the role of Vincent Vega Right I would but that movie too is. There's such a huge ensemble and such big castle is John. Travolta the main protagonist in the movie. I think you could argue you. A few other characters could be that as well best actress a tough one excitement. Seen many of these never saw blue-sky Jessica Lang one for that movie. Love During Cape Fear Jodie Foster Nell which I remember was Baru what a tough watch Miranda Richardson. Tom Vip never saw that. When another rider little women never saw that Susan Sarandon the client I did? Let's see what the Hell I'm GONNA go. Susan Sarandon The client as Regina Reggie love and I say that facetiously she should just collect best actress. Joe Will we'll go with Jessica laying for blue sky. I have not seen any of those movies. But if you're going Serandon I'm going Jessica right for enough avoiding AH void Nell at all costs. That's a tough one. I will best supporting actor Gary sinise forrest guy did like him as Lieutenant Dan Paul scofield wonderful in question. I'm telling you Mark Van Doren or an awesome. Your name is my name Chazz. Palminteri is really fun. I'm glad he was nominated for an Oscar because the Bronx tells amazing these really good at playing a gangster cheech and Baltimore Broadway. I've no always you I swear to God you're getting angry with this. I've no issued Martin Landau winning Edward because his Bela Lugosi is remarkable. A remarkable tragic figure a drug addict. Who Ends up having a wonderfully close relationship ship with giant character? But I believe the answer should have been Samuel Jackson pulp fiction. Jules winfield incredible with all those performances and all those lines and the Dialogue Ezekiel Twenty. Only five seventeen. I don't have an issue with Landau winning. I honestly I was really happy. One but Sam Jackson field should have one. Yeah couldn't agree with you. More Sam Jackson showed should have have won that year. All right supporting actress. Here's one they actually. I'm good with. Diabetes is hysterical bullets over Broadway. Don't speak don't speak Helen Sinclair she's up against Rosemary Harris. It's Tom and Viv. Helen Mirren Madison King. George never sought with Thurman Great and Pulp Fiction and Jennifer Tilly. She was pretty good bolsover. Broadway's olive neal but of the two of them. I'M GONNA take undying waste for supporting actress. I'm also GONNA lacking die in his for both over Broadway and which is interesting with Jennifer. Tilly also be nominated that year you think that it would split the boats so it's a performance must have been amazing point so last one here original screenplay pulp fiction actually one was written by Tarantino nineteen o story by him and Roger. avary ultra abroad is a great when four weddings and a funeral. Good script by Richard Curtis who is a really talented scriptwriter. British officers. Another movies club. Actually that kind of stuff heavenly creatures. I forgot Peter Jackson's down along with Francis Walsh and read again. I Love Krysztof Kieslowski. He wrote with peace luggage. So I wouldn't be offended if Kieslowski get one but honestly Paul fix no brainer there. I'M GONNA assume you agree with me there joe one hundred percent and the last one your best adapted screenplay again eh farce that Eric Roth one forrest gump never saw Madison King. George but Alan Bennett was nominated. Nobody's fool was robby benton based on L.. By Richard Rousseau Shawshank redemption can be a really strong strong case I have no issues shawshank redemption. Frank Darabont should've won an Oscar for the Shawshank redemption but my choice quiz show. Yes Paul Tanaz you. Great screenwriter was a big part. One homicide I'm aside life on the street based on the book remembering America. A voice in the sixties. I would've loved this movie. Redid it pulp fiction. My world would have one picture and director and screenplay screenplay and lead in supporting okay. That's Juggernaut if you have or if you have Freeman winning for lead actor that would give Shawshank redemption their big win and I had quiz show winning for adapted that way I could spread the wealth so to speak. But I've no issue with the Darab autism at one and diminish with Eric Roth winning i. I would put shashank as the winter here. Only because if it can't get any of the other categories that movies too good to be snubbed at the Oscars so I gotTa give the Shawshank redemption some love. I love total little recall. I love this idea. Joe I love going back and seeing these movies in the ones that I remember seeing the ones I missed. Watch along the way but it's good stuff. Hopefully people like it as well. Let us know you can tweet us in a foul pod tweet me individually Isley Adnan virk and let us do what you think of total recall our new segment here instead of file. I'm ought to Saudi Arabia special assignment for Zoe. Going big fight between Joshua and released you so hopefully I'll get some movies in that twelve hour flight over there but I can definitely assure you this and the next. NFL UNCUT GEMS or view of Adam. Sandler's new film which I've watched two weeks ago plus my the interaction with Sandler and one of the directors. Benny Safdie after the movie. And we'll also talk with the twentieth anniversary of Fight Club and the twenty fifth anniversary of the Coen brothers film the Hudsucker. That sucker. poxy our special guest. Chris Beecham from Gold's every once again our special thanks Dietrich Fenton for checkout one night which is available under zone also bell in Youtube. Until then I'll see you at the movies yeah.

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Shannon Leto, Yola & Cookie Butter?

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Shannon Leto, Yola & Cookie Butter?

"They WANNA know. Pain. Welcome to weekly the podcast learn everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't I'm bobby. Finger. I'm Lindsay Weber. And this is this is a who we haven't talked about in a few weeks but who popped up on my feed for the best reason I mean, she always pops up on my feet, but then she popped up again for this reason listen. Okay. Tab Guy He. Amylase behind he this ain't just. This from Dunkin and guess what guess. Kinda. Milk. OATMEAL honey come home. Dunkin planning. Okay. is now available at Dunkin honey starting today whole beer be good. Another non dairy obsolete. Is Tabitha Tabitha. That's amazing. Because not that I'm like pleased about you know I'm so pleased because Duncan put a lot of money recently into Charlie Demilio, the other tap, the like teenager tectonic. So it's nice that they're spreading around the marketing money because you also have Tabitha who is a prominent Vegan? Text traffic, which is exactly what we're talking about here. Again right and Charlie who loves dunk regular Dunkin. They're giving them both money which is thrilling to me, and also, I mean the most willing to me is oatmeal Duncan which I went and had yesterday the day that it came out add to go. Was Great. What did you think you liked it. Yeah. It was not too sweet. I had it in a lot today. It was a great. Love to have it as an option. Yeah, I love is great. Obviously I was going to get it this morning because you know to treat myself a with a coffee pot cafe ball copy on Thursdays and sometimes Fridays but for shrinking duck is a great cafe. Yeah. Yes I, know and then I realized my favorite coffee shop on the whole world reopened. Finally when I was worried, they wouldn't open at all until I went there instead I just couldn't what's your favorite coffee shop through your favorite? Daily Press Oh you WANNA delivers. Did you see the new Lincoln Market on the corner? That's so huge crazy. That building is cursed not building. See this building. Oh, I saw anyways I was but daily press us open their amazing I'm but you do need to go to Dunkin to try the almost Like a very. Big For this this is truly the funniest most like deep-seated bit but I don't feel as bad about it because we did get paid for by Dunkin once lake in the past. So it's not the saddest kind of like thing and you know I do feel like just like Charlie demilio was passionate about Dunkin for years before she got her big spawn I'm also the goodwill is growing between me and the brand What's funny is that like you cannot win. So I was looking at the comments on on this on now on this thing and it was like hi Tabitha like I'm also Vegan I. I don't think that it says that it's Vegan friendly soap milk and she's like, no I. Assure you it is. So it's like she must have gotten the press release from them. It's like no, it is and then someone else said that's really great habit that I loved that they're taking these steps doing plant based staff but also single use plastic cups. Tapa and then she's like well, you know what they used to have styrofoam than they got rid of science phone. With us out here like you got to pay her more because she's out here like putting replying to comments like that is. The Styrofoam. Hey. I wouldn't be doing I. Could not be me lending Dunkin further I would take the paycheck and I would make the tick- talk and I would you know move the hell on all right so you're listening to, who's there are weekly call in show where we take your questions, comments and concerns at six, one, nine, who them we have a lot of. We have a lot of comments today. We have a lot of questions most common. The shows become the comment show, which is us. As always sort of been, the case was not really what we had planned but shaw were you know when the comments are good the comments are good. We can't deny but I will say like a lot of comments today haven being bobby if Emily you're definitely not going to pay this call site I just wanted to tell you about my experience. Muslim. Fetish strain inch massage I'm not sure why I decided. I needed to go get patronage massage I literally have no memory of the inciting incident that led me to eventually walk through the door of like a slightly shady midtown doctor's office latch decides finish. MASSEUSE operated out of. And I think I paid her via though. But what happened was I was on the table was that sheet put these two like Plastic. Bags on both of my legs certainly. like I do by not with a toll Shughart and then she attached them for something that. Tighten them up like a blood pressure cuff and then released them again and they did that over and over again like throughout the whole rest of the massage experience this the city of. Electrodes and she rubbed them on my abdomen and sort of like A. Probing rhythmic way for quite a while I don't know I kinda went into that. You know that zone and you're getting any kind of isn't so bad it felt a little. Like definitely felt like she was touching specific internal organ with the electrode very deliberately like probably my liver or like my gallbladder something and after the first one because I got. Treatment, I'm a one woman low rent a goose lab for some reason I felt totally normal and nothing really out of the ordinary happens and it just. Went. On about my life and then the next time I got one I really noticed afterwards that like racing just felt sort of like. Better in my. Organs I don't know how to describe it but It's just like made everything seen lined up and like it was in the right place like doing things very happily for you know sometimes the other thing that I wouldn't scandal invasion fascist that my friend she got in from the same person person to put on his champion. Sticking per after a lymphatic drainage size and it was just crazy like. Something amazing. That looks like a species under a sea slug that you would never expect some out of human body and I was kind of hoping that has happened to me, but it didn't Anyway, thank you for allowing me to share. Sorry. good form. So sorry, french-spanish. I think you probably do thank you for calling. Don't apologize because I encouraged you to leave that call. I I don't even know if we can play that call in full because it's so long I'm going to have to cut it down just a little bit but thank you so much for calling emily I. If I'm going for a massage, it's not going to be Olympic massage I. Don't know I don't know why I'm making that judgment I don't know. I don't think I would get it. It's not gonNA be Ellen fabric massage while you're I mean I'm sure there's you know I'm not. Like, I just wanted to human. Touch my my wedding big. Do whatever. Yeah I, don't know I mean yeah I don't know. Great. Highlands Bobby. I just listened to the Joe Joe. Conversation and I was really confused until you brought in. Bo, Joe Joe, and grow Joe. Gel I. Thought. You meant go Joe. Joe was teaming up with trader Joe's for their Joe Joe Cookies and maybe was having some special line of Joe Cookies. So, then I thought. From a WHO to them scale? Where do you go Joe Joe Blow Joe Joe Trader Joe's Joe Joe. Cookies. And Joe Joe Rabbit Fall. I might have just done it for you, but love to hear your take. Thanks French. Got So we have to rank the Joe Joe's. I think you were right Joe, Joe Rabbits. The new was number four four. Is that the ranger rabbits last Georgia Rabbit I'm sorry you. Okay. But like WHO's in the list of Joe Joe Again Boho go Joe Trader Joe's and Joe Rapid. This is not a fair. I'm a niche cookie, a youtube star, and of Eleni icon. weirdly the millennial icon is to me is going to be last like barely above trader Joe's. But trade deals love trader Joe's and they love traderjoes. So what are you gonNA put Josie Wa then Joe Joe Rabbit I'm just saying loved trader Joe's as much as they like Joe the millennial icon. That's true. Go from one to four. I'm probably just going to agree with you to make this easy. Number one is number. One is Josie Wa number two is. Joe Joe Rabbit number three is Joe Joe. Millennials love her and number four is trader Joe's I. You know what? Honestly? That's already wrong. And then this one, this freak me out this call I'm I'm still lost after this call. Halen being Bobby some calling just because I wanted to provide some information that I, thought was interesting So about the to go joe, you kind of talked about how they went on different paths and how Joe Joe the. Singer of too little too late kind of looks at Joko See Wah in a different light and Mike how? Stop would have been. Different Path but I think it's interesting because a Joe Joe the leave presidencies get out there actually was offered role of Hannah Montana I'm pretty sure Disney channel made that show with her in mind and Joko. Turned it down and she didn't want to be down because she didn't want to go down that path and I really think that she did go down that path she would've been super. Joe Go see Africa and Yeah I. think that's really interesting. Anyway. By, well, you know when the execs came to her and offered her Montana you know what she said she's good out. Thank. You you know. You know the other funny thing caller called and told us that the original Hannah Montana was supposed to be Alexis. Texas. I more hand Montana before Hannah Montana, they were considering other names and one was Alexis Texas and then our friends Stephen said Emerald Nevada and that like. To Hell. Nevada is so funny. There are no other good ones, and then also it says in that article that they were GonNa, call her either Zoe your Khloe and what rhymes with that what rhymes with Zoe Khloe. She wouldn't have had a state name. Then, what's the concept? I don't know I don't know. Idaho that's all I could think of unless it's a city Zoe Idaho is actually pretty good. Zoe Idaho is pretty good by guest the question the question that the call the thing that the caller is positing I totally understand, but I will say Look at Miley Cyrus she's actually broken out of the Hannah Montana think pretty effectively I would say miley Cyrus Y-yeah so like that like. Like. Joe Joe go joe would have ended up kind of like more like Boho, maybe in terms of like fame and attention because Miley got a lot of fame and attention from that. But. Miley was able to like go beyond that teen image like though it was probably traumatic and it took a lot but like she did breakthrough and she's now totally. Kind of her own entity although you know there's also an argument that forget somebody made that maybe Hannah Montana been a successful without without Miley Cyrus as its lead maybe go JOE would've been. Whatever but like different Disney shows have different modicum of success in different Disney stars have different variables of success like Hannah's big one mile is a big one. And it's arguable that maybe Hannah Montana was only successful as it was because Miley Cyrus even though she herself was famous billy Ray Cyrus was sort of a draw there like it was like, oh, she's nepotism like she's coming she's from a country family even though ray I wasn't even a tremendous them. He was sort of a one hit one not even your non even like she kind of did but I'm thinking about like Demi Levato and I'm thinking about like other Disney stars that did do break good breakout but then there are some Disney stars they didn't hey. But I do think that Joe Joe go Joe looks at Bo Joe and says Oh God you know like in a way. That's why the interview was. So she sees. If you. If you could sit through it that interviews interesting because you see Joe Looking at Bo seen sliding doors you know like what we? Could have done or what she would have done ten years later in her career she was slightly younger. You know when what a career like hers looks like. Now, I was trying to think of city with a long e-. Since like you have to give a state long you voice Khloe Boise. Doesn't doesn't rhyme. It's not it's not the it's not the exact rhyme. Zoe Boise. It's harder than you think to do the name running with the state. Think I mean send us some of them but like it's hard when someone came up with Hannah Montana they probably like left work for the day they were like, Oh, my God it's Up On. What's the opposite of I am laws like play I am lost backwards and that's how that person felt. The in body medium time first time. Prince Harry has definitely used a spreadsheet because he is a qualified Apache helicopter pilot. They have to do a lot of training they have to know a lot of math. So minimum. He has done the math i. don't know if still uses one I don't know if he knows how to use a pivot table. But he's done at least basic spreadsheet. living with a laptop. Thank you. Bye. Good. Good to know. I. Thought about that video where he like in the interview and then he has to run and get ready there in the airport hangar remember the radio ea but that's WHA that's Harrier. Is that William Terry Oh. That's right and then they then people put the song we talked about this on part is for the song like do do do do dum when he runs when it okay. All right okay. Yes moving. I had to. Tuesday's episode when you were talking about Cain Brown because. He put out a song with that he cheese at a lot. And then the couple of months later came brown gets lost in the woods behind his house. This is further proof that Becky g person's real. She cursed him. While they were recording that song together and now look what happened team. Brown's got lost in the woods. That each purchase real and it. Strikes. against. contract. No, that's right. That's that's exactly right. That's what happened. The becky g curse is real and real. It's real. It's real. When's the last time we to? Oh, with the lesson we talked about you I remember is whenever she got. which you got kicked off the stage by security because people thought but she was just A. A woman. But she was she's gotten very successful since he was more successful. So the Becky g curse doesn't quite really. It doesn't really apply to Becky g applies to people who are who she's next to. It's like it's like Oh becky does song with like all Mahone who she dated or whatever like, and then he he flops like Becky a song with he did Arianna Guerande on her vocal cords hammering. It did happen becky joint on tour the wanted and then they break up or whatever you know like the point is she curses people and she cursed came Brown I'm just saying we're talking about fake pop culture curses. There are much more potent curses out there than the baggage cars and we won't even get into. This is a funny curse and even Becky pokes fun at and also Becky G has gotten only more and more successful as the years have gone by. Yeah. Remember shower everyone that's the one song lot on remember right but she right now she mo she's primarily. Right but like her songs are are huge hits. Bigger than shower honestly, Hey So I don't. I don't even know what you guys would say this, but there is a third one rose. My Son has been watching listening summer sing along like nonstop and one of the Disney characters on it or not I. Guess Disney Star Is. Maybe Rose Turner. I. Don't know who she is but I just think it's funny about there's like. At least three roses, I-. Ruby. Rose Turner. Turner also, you can't be a ruby rose Olympia Ruby rose done. Ruby wrote, those are the rules now. I think it's pretty alarming that there's another ruby rose at all even if she is a turner. We did really need like a young be rose. That's true like to make the Trifecta the true Ruby rose trifecta. GotTa. have. You gotTA JERRY'S Go Jo, Jo, and Joe. Joe's trader Joe's so now we have Ruby Rose Ruby. Rose and Ruby Rose Turner I wanNA know what drugs the Disney creatives are taking to come up with the names of these shows. First of all Alexis Texas Hannah. Montana the one that she's on. What's it called? Hoop and Cammie asked the world like what is this top hat of fucked up words that they pull from every? Ricky Dicky ticky unusual. That's. There on a completely different drug. They're both on like dueling. Drugs. This shed kids love that stuff. Are you kidding cloudy with a chance sunny with a chance and the name Sonny I love that Hey. What did he tell you that they went to the restaurant that the changes things kid worked at a few weeks ago and we saw him when we were like freaking out and we asked him, why do you have a job? Like we kinda thought he was preparing for a role and he's like, Oh, I just wanted to take a job like normal could have a job. So I just wanted one. So I got one. Whole so Anyway crunch. Going up to Gotten Mata routes while you're in new, Jersey and going, hey, kid, why do you have a job? We recognize you from net flicks I mean that's like a perfectly reasonable question in my mind it's a little rude shore but you know we're building character. What is he supposed to do? Sit home play video games like on the horizon at. With his friends know he's building character, he's out here building character. He not not characters for the hit show stranger things but care but character inside himself Meanwhile has buds are out here promoting a nola homes now that I'm doubting the future success of gotten. Oh but I will say that it is it is probably smart to learn a few other skills other than acting for a child's Dr in general. No. Someone else called an asked have gotten and heather. Macho Rutta were related. They're not. We've we don't work did that one? We did that one. Oh, next up, I'M GONNA play a montage of AU- a lot of your suggestions for other co hosts of the view to work with Kiki Lindsey Bobby at. Cash obviously just in terms of the Kiki. Millennial you I know if you noticed how many of your tweezers were child actors even on either nickelodeon channel. Kiki. Hillary Raisin so I think the obvious answer. Genuine spirit. She's mom. She's She's scandal Jason. Because she got her show canceled for being pregnant. She is. Has A has family drama which they won't have. They won't ever be able to talk about. she's not really doing much and I just think that she would kind of have that like Chevron Monster Energy to add to the people and you features like ten. On the fact that all of these people are like grown up. Disney channel and nickelodeon stars so. Yawn like. Other. People just something to think about. Okay. Hi e Bobby calling after listening to last week. Who's there episode and you're talking about he palmer's millennial view and I have to say, I, think he made some great choices but you missed out on a crucial wildcard, which is Caroline Calloway. The energy she could bring to that table is just Unmatched and I would love to see it. Personally, I would like to see it. I would like to see it. Okay. Well, just wanted to get your thoughts on Caroline Calloway at view millennial table. Crunch. Crunch women do belong to Lynn than. Caroline. Kelly belongs on the. Island to Bobby I was listening to the segment about who would be the best palace. Perky Palmer show and I really think that. Like a great option for someone who can do a segment who is also? Kinda unpredictable and has strong personality like a strong personality is Jay. Wow. From the Jersey Shore she's super recognizable and then on her instagram she. Is has a segment where she cooks with her kids and she's always doing like cocktail. And so I just think that she. Could really bring the right balance can show. I don't really know what jails politics are. Because I don't actually follow her I just check in or sometimes but I think that she's a through the right flavor like the right fit for this. good. On He meantime. Client it gives you the best suggestion for. Another host at the tables and I think for a chaotic host, maybe not evil but can't catic semi evil. Sarcastic evil would be sie lay. Her interim. I faded show ovationhair very, very chaotic and I think she would. Just serve the pot like crazy easy. So that is my suggestion. I who was your favorite suggestion that you heard? Jay? Lynn Spears was a great one demons. Bears was very smart one of course she's like she's like a young mother because we were because we're kind of stuck on the like a conservative leaning young mother to have that argument. But I, think we forgot we forgot kind of a category of like pundit that we really could have dug into more. But I think though maybe not our journey like we thought of more like Ceelo celebrities when we could have thought of. More like because you you've a lot of like kind of yours and yeah, like people like that because people did call in and say like like authors names, you know what about like these different or like writers in the media a lot of them were mentioned during I mean and it's like, yeah that actually would be a good fit for the show but we're just thinking of the ideal see list line-up. But yeah, I mean they were good suggestions to last comment last comment. Hi Lindie Bobby I'm listening back to. Of. Who Weekly and I got back to the North Dakota one where you're talking about Josh Jamal and I am not going to bring up anything but let's go to but I live I'm going to school in Fargo. and. One of my roommates was working. We see at North Dakota. Board of Tourism on a commercial he's like in film and. Trust do well honest weeks ago, and when I was like, don't mention Josh. Jamal. So we can't figure out what happened but Josh is no longer getting paid by the state of North Dakota. They have decided that he is not a good brand ambassador. Thanks bye. Josh do mel has finished his run as the ambassador for no north. Dakota this is an important thing to note. No longer affiliated with north. Dakota, what happened there? Whatever happens Josh them all. Well he is affiliated with a new movie on Netflix, randomly stumbled across the other day called like the new wife for something the new husband, the lost husband, the law. It's Josh Duhamel Mosley Bib in a very lifetime. Ask Rahm Kami thing that was quite high on the net flicks chart numbers. Nobody's. I'M GONNA WATCH IT I'm definitely GONNA, watch it. It's right up my alley. The clip was just like my friends over there. Think I'm dead at you have to approve it. And he kissed her and then you. Like that thing. Down spiced my husband's gone. Lost her house. This is James O'Connor. He said Teacher Momma how to run the farm. Minutes out in the barn. Red Structure Outback. Hot farmer hemp. He's the reason we come here. We go watch like the lost husband. The Lost Does justice new GIG Post Ball. CODA dumol Lindsey. I will accept you mispronouncing any other word but Dumol you gotta get. Right you gotta get it right What happened to Josh Dumas in North Dakota. Though what happened? WHO's not who's better who they have now if you do, you think he showed like more allegiance to South Dakota North Dakota got pissed they were like. Insurgent. South Dakota I bet they're very sensitive the Dakota. Next call this is so where we're wait hold on hold on hold on in two. Sorry. But in two thousand, nineteen, December thirty, first two, thousand, nineteen, the AP reported that Josh Do Dumol got a new contract to promote North Dakota in two thousand one into the nineteen December two, thousand, nineteen, he got a new contract. So the I guess the contract that wasn't that long ago, but it says the contract extension while there's to my first of all, you can tell his weird because there's too much information. It says, North Dakota's tourism department confirmed Tuesday to the Associated Press at the star of several transformers movie will be paid hundred, seventy, five, thousand dollars to. Be the face of the state's tourism campaign. For the next two years they've had contract doesn't thirteen the contract extension that expires December. Thirteenth two, thousand, twenty one he doesn't twenty that may be true. But according to this caller, we have some allegations that this contract is no longer valid. So I'm well the the Goss's the Goss's hot this the tea is steaming and it seems like somebody broke their contract seems like it seems like we don't know maybe maybe maybe it was a one time deal maybe it's one commercial shoot that he was unavailable for maybe just pissed this person off, but he still under contract I duNno, he pissed off the whole damn state perhaps. We don't know what happened, but I will say I'm Nama Little Numb US questions for moving onto questions moving into questions. Even though your morning or evening routine may have changed the past few months things have changed a lot of things about our lives. What should not be changing or just should stick around you and your routine, your oral care routine what you what you do overnight you brushing your teeth reliable thing you brush your teeth and morning at night and sometimes in the middle of the day that part of the day right routines are good. You know the best part about what? 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And it happens to be Shannon leto AKA jared's brother and drummer very smart. and. I find this interesting that this is in Daily Mail today and they're. Packing on the PDA. When just yesterday an article came out about. Fussy and how he has a new girlfriend and he's moving on. So knowing that he cheated on her apparently allegedly. wondering what you guys think. Using that she saw that and then call the cops cow the follow her Jenin out while they're making out in a deep. Let's not think credit. Well the news is out, they probably were like well, now that that's out there now we can like smooch and Publix. Let's call the Daily Mail that's what it seemed like to me. We're like car was trying be the bigger person you know, and then maybe Kara and Shannon had been dating for as long as Jesse and whatever or it seems like Jesse. allegedly art seems like was the cheater member they had to live together. Anyway we talk. In Corn Rain, they split technically eight months ago but then we're still living together because of Kobe. And so it was like, yeah, we're still taking walks together. But no, we're not together this has complicated it's cope in nineteen. So we've talked about them in that context, but it looks like because he broke the seal car was like, okay. I'll go public with Shannon and Beep Beep beep here come the paps I'm making out with Jerry does brother WHO's wearing a silk shirt because I assume the guy who always wears silk shirts. So Shannon is in the band in the LETO brothers band thirty seconds to thirty six. I'm being rude, it's a big band. It's a relatively big band. Honestly the band is almost the end the. Band is like as big as jared leto movie career at this point. Lego. If you think about it journalists movie careers actually pretty interesting because it's we comes back with Dallas buyers club but any wins an Oscar for this role that was immediately offensive and yeah even though it was immediately offensive, it's aged quickly and it's aged terribly so like that. Oscar. Win. Yeah. I guess at amounts for something he's all he will always be academy award winner, Jared Leto but like no one looks back fondly on that role, his movie career didn't like blow up after this his joker was the one that everyone forgets about because here comes. Being like, I'm going to do a better joker and win an Oscar for it. So like bite me right but I would say in terms of jared leto being known as a movie starring goes band being big I would say they're kind of at the same level in terms of leg thing. But they have a do a big fan base like it is weird when it's the band is covered outside of being band now, which is like interesting to me like they will like it used to just be like journals band thirty seconds to Mars just like thirty seconds to Mars was like Oh, when I see them all the guy from my so called life has a band now because what they came out and like the early two thousands right and now they're like A. Enough to stand on their own. But I honestly did not know that his brother was also in the band doesn't surprise me but like I guess he's the drummer. He's the drummer. He doesn't. I. Was pleased that there'd be something interesting about him but there really isn't. He doesn't make a lot of headlines outside of like. All Jared leto sweetie he brought his brother to the Golden Globes Audrey us a sweetie. He brought his brother to like the Oscars all jared leto, his brother on vacation together. That's kind of it. He got arrested for Dui like years ago. That's the most. That's the biggest Daily Mail story that I could find about him but a nice thing about him not the. Dot where we're heading? Yeah. You start a coffee company He started coffee company. Yeah. Okay. This isn't a cool black fuel caufield trading company. Or backfield trading shared his kobe recipe within style of the years ago at those very nice. But it looks like the coffee company shutdown literally during Copa Nineteen which really sucks like a casualty of the pandemic maybe they'll come back they say it's temporary but who knows Is there anything interesting about car Santana that you know about? No well, there's like barely anything interesting about Jesse Metcalfe I'm just saying like these this couple like we I, guess we've knew about them when they broke up and we knew about them living together after but like I wouldn't say this is a couple that I'm like playing neither. One of the members of the couple is anyone I know really at Tanah about aside from like him being a semi millennial person because of the movies he did when we were like sixteen years old and Sir being rang. So she's on Berbick thing is she's on Vida veto vitas that showtime, Show Stars and it got cancelled Wilcox Okay Sorry Sorry loops. Yeah. anyways that sucks that the show got cancelled I have a car Santana game before I get into that game, she gave you enough to get a game actually yes she did. There's a interesting seconds tomorrow, Mars Story they got sued and like two, thousand, eight or two, thousand, nine because they didn't deliver the promise number of albums that were in their contract that they had signed in nineteen, ninety nine. So I guess in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, they delivered they signed a contract with their label that was like we will deliver x albums in x years, and then like eight years later, the label sued them it was like you didn't deliver the albums and time. But they fought back against kind of they. They were like this is this was a shitty. This was a shitty contract was a shitty contract also the reason that they that they settled and that they were sort of allowed to win, they probably had to pay something but the reason it sort of star were able to get out of the contract. Yes. was because of none other than our Ip Olympia to handle it who comes. Every once in a while I know let me to Holland comes up a lot on this podcast. Listen to this. This story from the La Times in looks like two, thousand nine. The lead of this unbelievable a few weeks ago jared LETO got a letter in the mail. It was addressed to the thirty seconds to Mars Singer and formal feminine script and arrived on Dick Azer. Colored Paper The return address was the real surprise however the Paris of Libya to Haviland the gone with the wind actress who in a roundabout way helped save the band's career last year the group is staring down thirty million dollar lawsuit from apparently will emi over future ball but the contract case involving Jalan decades ago seemed to offer legal precedent for a way out quote the California Appeals Court ruled that no service contract in California is valid after seven years and it became known as the Law after she used it to get out of her contract with Warner Brothers then you're like, oh, we're friends now were pen pals Astra to be documentary, and she said no, but we pen pals like oh He he wanted to marry about making the album and like hot on the drama behind the lawsuit. Well, it's interesting Olivia hobbling is quite litigious because member she also sued Ryan Murphy Feud because she was like you may be looked like a real you maybe look bad. Life. Right. Every old ladies like I drink two shots of whiskey like a day and I'm one hundred and thirty and it's like I smoke. Land fighting for her right to get. Should he contract help save Jay Leno's band? Labor rights, labor rights fighting for labor rights yes or no you have a you have a game about Sarah Santana. So I found this buzzfeed article couple of things you need to know about car Santana Okay and I was like thirty. You know how much you know how you know how I love to be told what I need to know about somebody. S. Respect that a lot of things. So what it was was it was a quick little rapid fire interview. They asked her thirty quick questions and she answered them and then that's all it is. It's just this list and so arguable whether it's thirty things I need to know versus thirty questions. Thirty things about her thirty thinks she said once and so I would argue that there are things that I should know above these things but that's fine. They're live things. I don't know you know this be I wouldn't put these above anything. I need to know like my social security number I'd put above this. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. No and by the way. Car Not Kara someone read review the question and then the answer and you're GonNa tell me that answer car or not car because I made some of them real. So it's is true or false really true or false. It's okay but I've never okay I don't know any. Okay fine. I'm going to scan me hard. What's the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning car or not? Kara check my emails that immediately followed by Coffee Kara. That's true anything. Okay. What's the last thing you search for on Google and then Entrepreneur Rick Devices we compete here page. Carbon. That's car. That's car. Okay. Who is the last person? Who called her texted you? My best friend just Karachi car or not Kara. Is that car or did you make up that name? That's not car. The answer is my best friend. Kelly chill the Dinko. There no one that's just her best friend. Okay. What was the last awkward situation you're in and how did you handle it car or not? Kara I farted in line at Dunkin donuts yesterday in two people in front of me turned glared and then I started laughing and they started laughing and then I ordered my usual which is a large dice coffee with two pumps a French Manila's world is that Hara? It's not okay. Last. Awkward situation was I was doing a photo shoot at my home. I am a total neat freak. We had to rearrange furniture when the photographer's assistant move my couch what was underneath can only be described as disgusting and I was mortified I literally almost died I basically yelled at my assistant to sweep it up and gave my cleaning lady talking to just because you can't see it doesn't mean it's not there she yelled Oliver staffers. Okay what music are you currently listening to car or not? Kara I never really listened to music because I. Love Silence. Not Kara. That's Kara Okay God. Oh. Okay in sync or backstreet boys. Coronado Kart. No strings attached towards my first concert. So it's going to have to be in sync. My as she younger than me Kara. Not Kara she answered neither a synchronized and choreographed grown men. Dancing is a no go for me. Isn't that crazy like ants that's also just rude. Okay fine. Your she is like just approved that she has no sense of humor, Netflix and chill just netflix car or not. Kara isn't that redundant when you net flicks aren't you in essence chilling. If that's car than she can honestly fuck out. So she can fuck up. Hannah, Montana or lizzy McGuire Kara Kara wrong age demo. No clue. Dumb Oh demo demographic. Oh I thought she called Netflix I thought she called Buzzfeed Demo. Rude is. That car. Does, she sound like a terrible interview I couldn't believe okay. Play along at least and finally tell us a secret car or not Kara. I'm pretty sure I hit some with my car twelve years ago. But I never stopped to check and make sure they were okay and I think about what happened to them every single day of my life. Gets Kara. That's not Kara. The secret as I hardly cry but I love the feeling of it show my God. Interview that she she sounds like that's scary. So Interview. Okay Let's move on. Then I hit somebody with my car twelve years ago. Didn't stop to check like I Not Understanding what Netflix and chill is, and then being like I'm not going to answer that also saying grown mentioned dance like get out of here who How does she's talking to my sister about Thomas in Nicholas and how attracted? To him? As children watching. Hits like rookie of the year Hidden Arthur's court. and I was like what happened to him and let me remind me that he was also in the American heist film curious which I had totally forgotten about. but that was a long time ago. So wondering if he's up to anything now and If. So what might that be Please let me know he was. A heartthrob of my childhood. So I'd love to make sure that he's doing. Okay. Oh. Hey That I saw for. A a child's he honestly weirdly like a very successful child Dr who made a successful transition to being like an adult star could link American Pie he was technically an adult played call. He played high school everybody was in twenty years right. Like the Second Tier Fr- The friend Group of American pie like he wasn't Jason Dixie wasn't John William Scott. He was like second tier in that whole cast but still yeah, he was. Such a big kid star because like king. The King Arthur's movie and rookie the. Near come on Big Komo I. Think he's still also does stuff with the cubs like he's still kind of like has like a role with the cubs as kind of a weird honorary mascot. He links follies sings a song or something for them. I feel like I had a crush on him but I didn't know I had a crush on him. I was like I love rookie of the year you know sort of like, yeah, it's like Yeah I. Love. It must be that I love baseball. Baseball. His this school seem school. Why do I feel special things about this film it must be the baseball. Dad Can I have a baseball glove? I did try to get into baseball card collecting for like one weekend and I was like stupid. EMINEM? Your mind. Back to. My Dad's probably privately thinking. This is GonNa last as long as the EMINEM tubes. Okay. So if the good news is that he's fine, he has a band, his twitter, his twitter name. Tin Band which I was I I laughed at but then I realized it's his initials Thomas. Nicholas Band Bam on. He's a musician. He has a band. He has a Patriot he is doing all this stuff and he's they just came out with a new album I didn't listen but you could play a clip here. I wonder if it's good will singer and he was kind of funny is that in some of the projects that he does when he's still acts occasionally he pulled the tiffany amber theissen meaning he dropped the end. So in some of his projects, he's just Thomas Nicholas which I don't really. As, he went from having three first names to having to first names and it doesn't really work for me. It doesn't I was GONNA say it's it. The ESPN actually helps sort of soften the edges of having to first names don't write three hills exactly what I said Ya. And he's in his one of the most recent movies that he's in this movie called adverse. That's coming out this year that clearly was like kind of delayed and whatever because of cove it is a very who we film I thought. You know it has not just him as the lead, but it also stars Lou Diamond Phillips, a classic Sean Astin. Mickey, Rourke and Penelope and Miller Jake t Austin member from this pot. Why? How is this? Again. I was going to say, okay. Well, here's the thing. First of all, this cast is like straight at Nineteen ninety-six but yeah. I was GONNA. Say Thomas and Nicholas has like the best case scenario and Andrew Pecans the worst case scenario is Andrew Keegan part of Nexium is interviewing totally on no no no, that's false. That's false. Andrew Keegan did briefly have a colt that or cult over the other call, but it was sort of like the. Be called it was. Really Yeah it wasn't like a bad. It wasn't. It wasn't a screwed he was like weird and A. Next rests no no no it back. He got a lot of press for like that reason where he was like Oh, we have a house in Venice and they're like we come and do. Like Meditation and then. Co Wallich Ray. Right. He definitely got the press for that but it wasn't. It wasn't nexium. But anyways, they're all in this movie that is like about like drug something. So it's a neo noir interesting right but it's definitely like Vod kind of project. What's her name come on? What's her name? The girl from? Iraq, who then became the Disney Star Oh I carly carly, and then the the mean where she's looking at the computer and just interesting that's me Oh. There's a new neo noir out starring. Mickey Rourke and Penelope Ann Miller interesting. Right like that's kind of the that's exactly how I feel too. I'm sure people will watch this like it's definitely the right genre for an for vod film. Movie speaking of Neo Noir is the movie that I tunes and Amazon keeps recommending I watch and like it's like now rentable for nine dollars in the next week, it's like for four dollars and it's like the ninety nine cent rental of the week Arkansas. What is that? It's like Vince Vaughn and the him the other Hemsworth no, it's not the terms with Liam Hemsworth and they're like in Arkansas. What are they doing there? I don't know. But one of the letters of Arkansas is a skull. So I feel it gets dark. Yeah. Anyway movie just came up for me recently, the Eva Eva with chastain. What is that movie? I don't know what is that. It's a movie called Avon. It's ours Jessica chastain and the posters like her in the middle of the I'm telling you right now the movie things are so confusing it's like up his down right now like even true movie heads are like what's going on like because the Vod's getting mixed in with the real stuff is is very confusing whole. The most annoying thing is like some vod quality ship that's going to actual theaters and it's like, no, no, no Sir I wanNA watch the Russell Crowe. Movie where he hits road rage at my house I, don't want to have to Canadian theatre to watch it like why are they were leasing? Why are they releasing the Russell Crowe gets road rage movie, which is the most vod thing. I've ever heard in theaters during cove it and not on I tunes for nine dollars because I would pay nine dollars to watch him go crazy a truck, right? So No, saying that's a very confusing. So the other interesting thing about Thomas Nichols or Thomas English. Nicholas Thomas Nicholas is that his wife is this woman named Dj Colette who is Dj? She had a bunch of dance records and albums and one of her songs was on the devil. Wears Protestant. Would you play it because I can't? Do to my Internet being down yet again. What song is that I don't really recognize it from the movie I've Seen I've the movie a million times I'll recognize. When IT COMES I know what it is. It's the moment that she like comes home or something if. Adrian Grigny is like an agent grenades light. Your six now like a scene where he realizes she's sexy for the first time because she's Wearing the like the expensive lingerie from. Gotland. Will. Yeah. I. Think that's when it is. You have to fact check that. That's That's fucking crazy I will. Location of this song. Hi, this is future bobby reporting from the future. I scrubbed every second every few seconds of Devil Worship Rodman, a longtime scrubbing that movie looking to the soundtrack I was wrong. It's not that scene that song is actually the Atlantis more set cover of seals crazy which is a good cover. All probably play a clip here or after this little bobby segment, I couldn't find this. Dj Colette Song Anywhere Yes. It's on the soundtrack. Yes. It's listed in the credits I couldn't find it anywhere. I'm assuming it's playing subtly in the background scene with Simon Baker but that sounds like a difference on also so I really have no idea what's happening as far as I can tell that song is not actually in the Devil Wears Prada. Correct me if I'm wrong. Okay. Back to the past. Dj Colette is his wife's. Family and she's got a song on the soundtrack of product which I would argue is you know timeless timeless school family. Yeah. I think Bobby I just told them minute ago but my call was range anyway. The basic. Message was that I just wanted to give a little shout Sheila I don't know that much about her, which is why I went off the rails in the call in terms of explaining his year or sandwiches I I don't know. but she has an amazing album that came out last year and was featured on highland song all. Righty Yola. is absolutely a WHO but she is. Who and I think a lot of people know who she is but here's my thing about Yola. I was so mad when I had never heard her I heard the name but she was nominated for four grammys this past year and guess who else was nominated for best new artist grammy alongside her fucking Billy Irish Lizzo. So Billy Irish and Lizzo sucked all the air out of that room and it's Kinda. We focus we do a good job like looking at that list of best new artists in like. The love of we love a best new we totally overlooked her and didn't get into it because amazing. Actually the kind of music that we're in the moment I was like, Oh, who is this? This sounds interesting like, oh, I don't see, and then then the car mentioned high women and I was like what? She's not part of the high women I don't know that name and then you look her up and it's this woman. She's like thirty late thirties like thirty seven I think and she's been making music for like twenty years but she's done a lot of backup singing and supporting singers evenly she did backup song backed up for. Failure she went on tour with massive attack. To do the vocals part of like you know like electronic music and she's British. Also there's a really good interview with her in the Star Tribune and she talks about how like for the longest time I just didn't have any confidence like I thought this is where I stood and like I didn't feel comfortable being the leader and she says I never ever wanted to ask anyone helped me with something I, wanted to do before I was thirty never no one was willing to help everyone wanted me to stay indebted to them. In some way I was a utensil to be used and at the moment she's like you know. What fuck this I'm going to go to Nashville she was always very endeared to like country music and folk music like American country and American folk music because that's the records that like mom listen to in the UK and she moves and she's like I'm going to go to Nashville and I'm GonNa fucking do this now that I've had a little bit of experience and then she made Dan Orbach saw one of her like videos and then like reached out, and then they made this album together and it's amazing like it's fully like I was listening to it and sometimes you hear like an artist and you're like, Oh, this holding. Our back did. He did ultraviolet heated ultra vires. To have him work on your record, just gets you a lot of attention which is cool and he's very supportive really had to like go to Nashville and not restart herself but even with twelve twenty years of experience just it was like a new genre that she had to like kind of ingratiate herself into and figure out where she fit into because her she calls her music country soul and it's like, I think you know that's accurate. But it's still one of those things where you're like you're like one toe in and you almost got to go like full in in yeah. Will you be respected by the industry if you try to deviate from the industry norm and it seems like she is, but she got nominated at the grammys for best new artist, Best Americana Album Best American roots, performance and best route. Song there her single was far away, which is amazing I will play a clip here like hesitant amazing chorus. It's also just cool that like a black British artists like is getting nominated for best Americana. Album. Really Right. Like it's just truly like about the quality of the music, it has nothing to do with like where you're from or whatever. Over full name is Yolanda courteous. That's why she's Yola for Yolanda Pacific over spotify. It's like the number one song her spotify is the high women even though it is on her spotify, she's on the cover she's just sort of the women did the home is that's she's an unofficial number one. Of My favorite album of the past whatever. So like they did an album and one of the songs was kind of a song where they brought in other women's voices to like kind of tell the stories of different women throughout history and she was part of that collective like she's not in the high woman but on the high woman tracks, she's a featured artists on that track. Yes and so but this, that's the song that's like. They sort of like gender switch. That's why that's so cool because it's like a song by name traditionally, and then whenever they have to play this cover of goodbye yellow brick road because I've listened to it like one thousand times in the past forty, eight hours as a song that I already liked it was like I'd never heard it before hearing this version. It's like I finally get it and even though I already liked it whatever playing here. She's made for she looked at him a tiny desk which I feel like the NPR like music seal of approval. You got a lot of momentum coming behind you which is. Really lame but it's the truth. Okay. You're you're rambling a little. I wouldn't have known about this caller. Okay. Next call. Hey, Lynn's yet It's. A along ten long time. So, Christ issues about us and it says. R.I.P, makes me think of something that I think about calling about a lot but it's really not that interesting but is very who he which is sometimes when I get gas. A, little TV show is just Marie the new know and she has a gas station TV show. And I. think that's a really really funny. And it's always really jarring because I can't remember who she is or why no her then I'm like Oh. Yeah E. News. and I just I don't understand how she has really pivoted to gas station television or white gas station television exists I guess. being cuisine confronts. This is so fucking funny because they realized that Maria Menounos has not just one but two gigs where you are forced to watch her while waiting for something Mitch Hold Television you are literally being held hostage and you're forced to watch Maria Manetti both at the gas station and also as the host of new V. If you go to like an AMC are regal, not like kind of a fancy, not that these aren't fancy but I would die to go to any movie theater who we kidding. But like a standard movie theater, they'll be a new intro where they do like behind the scenes and it's hosted by Maria Menounos who's like welcome to movie. Spell like movie but with two Os in an end, your movie experience is about to get even better guys because the arcade is almost here. That's right. Starting Friday the big screen will bring to life some pretty awesome augmented reality games. All you need to do is download the new the arcade APP head to movie theater early and get ready to play see. Literally Maria is like hosting both of these things. She's also the host of gas station, TV, AK TV, and which she has a show called better i. think it's called better better together with Maria Mode Monosso when you're like gassing up your car which I have experiences before and you're putting gas in your car and you'll hear Maria menounos out of the corner of your eye and you'll see her and she'll be like. Pay Your taxes. It's probably a good idea like that's a tip from me. Maria Menounos like it's always like or she'll say, did you know that frozen vegetables are justice nutritiously packed? If not more than fresh vegetables exactly is TV presents better together with Maria menounos nutrition tip of the day Rosa vegetables healthier than fresh produce actually because frozen veggies are picked blanched and frozen at peak freshness often preserve their nutrients more than the fresh vegetables sitting out for days at the market. Who? For more check out better together with Maria menounos against always like a fun wellness a Jesus in fact from Maria Menounos and you're like I didn't ask you know but that's she's out here. Just like in your face at the gas pump you know and I was reading their website like gs TV gestation TV, and they're like our demographic is everyone because everybody is like has to watch this when they gas there's a really funny. There's a really funny like A. Line graph to be made like a really steep bell curve in regards to Maria Menounos relationship to like interest and time where it's like people are really into Maria Menounos for. Thirty two eighty seconds, and then the more you pass eighty seconds it's like I can't stand Maria menounos anymore, which is exactly the type of person you want to host this stuff. Yes, and chat to at an anxiety who did tweet this who put it all together for me? I. Don't know who of my new kings and Queens needs to hear this. But if you have a car, Maria Menounos also has a program on the TV SCREAMS AT GAS STATIONS AKA GAS TV I am not kidding because somebody had said I, miss her bro and it was a picture of Marina move. On. So you don't need to watch, you don't need to go to the movies to enjoy Maria. Menounos presence just go to. Fill up your car with some gas and she'll be they're telling you to like I. Don't know frozen vegetables lows. Make sure you close the windows in your car, but you know so it doesn't rain when it if you don't know you know. So doesn't rain inside your car that's a tip. The tip and the other tips such a natural she's able to say things that are unnatural. So naturally, you know like the word movie. You. The most unnatural word is movie a misspelling brand version of movie. And it rolls off her tongue like butter right and me I'm struggling to say them like new movie know I'm trying to say movie. But I'm saying Newbie or you're saying movie and then you're laughing out loud like Maria Monroe says. Exactly and she's just able to say no problem. She's a professional and that's the difference between us. She's a professional know unlike when someone points a camera and Maria Menounos his face and says, now remember Maria you're to be speaking to people who are filling up their gas tank and they only have ninety seconds to enjoy your company and she's like, got it. Great. Nation. Really, warm for someone who's like only happing touchy because they're worried about how expensive gases she's actually is a really funny like the direction that she's given in both of these jobs. It's like Okay Maria you're GONNA you're speaking to an audience who was sitting down there like turning off their cell phone, but they're still out to use it. They're starting to eat the popcorn there like talking to their friends they really don't WanNa wash they WANNA to watch the movie, but you need to engage in any way. They like movies, but they don't like what you're doing and you need to give them movie adjacent content, but it is not the movie that they have paid to see. Your presence is making them miserable. Just make sure you don't personally make them miserable. Okay. Don't make it worse for them Maria. It's already bad enough for them. Terrible. Audience is somebody filling up their gas and there is no tool for them to clean the windshield. So that doesn't. I you have to get there at an unannounced. The tool is there's just no water in the bucket so. FUCKING HATE THAT ISSUE That's going to get caught watching Maria menounos. Also Maria you're on a tiny screen probably had dirt all over it. It's bit you're barely visible also wait oh, my I just realized liquor is on the small screens and she's on the big screens that's called she s the range. Honey small screen took large scream. She literally the range. Queen of both small and large format. I can't deal and she spent a lot of time on the middle range screen which I would argue is TV so she's done everything she made her mark in the middle and then she realized her moment was large and small Maria extremely news. That's what we call her the extreme. Honestly what's next for her I can't even imagine what could be next for her like outer space TV or something I. Don't even know I don't know but I'm officially calling Maria Menounos the extreme from now on like in twister or they call Bill Paxton, the extreme no move away Bill Paxton. Well, he's dead that said Maria Menounos is the new extreme. That's incredible. She's officially Canon. She's extreme. Stunt she. Can Now let's move onto a very quick game of who were them. What is the? What is the cereal that Tony's always eating in Sopranos? There's like Tony Soprano was always I appreciate the Tony Soprano's always eating sugary cereal in the Sopranos which I've now finished and is now like old news at this point but I was like, oh That's part of his character like he likes a sugary like childish cereal, not all of us all of all of us I understand my so many people would want to like revisit the series of their youth because it is fun but maybe you think that's not really the healthiest thing in the world try something with a little younger and a little less whatever. 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I know I, feel like if you're tackles just turned green, you need to announce got an android or else I'm worried about you to call the police. No. Yes. True. If your text messages have previously always been blue yes. If they turn green I'm worried about you need tell got an android or I'm calling please Miss Weber you can't make a formal disappearance claim until forty eight hours have passed. But the turn green. It's like we were sitting car. We're sending a car. Where's that a guy right there we'll be right there. Okay moving on. Next call. High again, I just call it was really long rambling message about cookie cutter our I'm GONNA call again. And part of that because I really really would love to know if it's who are them so wholly. Over Specter, guys. If you don't WanNa play the short call I get it but. Still. I mean, come on like that's a good question cookie butter. Like. Moose tracks like I was that conversation went on for too long but that's supposed to be out of. 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MRN Classic Races - 1995 Supertruck Shootout

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MRN Classic Races - 1995 Supertruck Shootout

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Llc mr ends classic races are brought to you by hercules tires radio presents. Linda's cars super truck series by cramps funding. Tonight the fast smart sponsored by ray best. 'as when it comes to safety. Don't compromise say rape best is the best in breaks. Why gatorade thirst quenching the officials. Sports beverage of nascar. Hey life so sport drink at up by your local ford dealers. Who invites you to see the exciting lineup of talk. Ford trucks by the next generation of diehard batteries by plastic tote the officials spray paint up nascar and by chevrolets. One car company has won more races by history of nascar genuine chevrolet over the years at the virginia state fairgrounds on strawberry hill. They've raised about every kind of vehicle. You could imagine from modified the nascar winston cup series machines but tonight a first nascar super truck series racers are on the speedway and they're ready to go fast parts super truck shootout one hundred fifty laps. We'll be going green and just a little bit under two laps. The field now lined up behind the pace truck. They've completed the first in about half of the three pace laps. That they'll make this richmond. International raceway a three quarter mile oval layout shaped like a d the straight side of the capital d. Being the backstretch and the curve outside being the long winding sweep from turn number four down to turn numbers one into that turned number. Two tends to be a very critical part of the speedway because of the sharpness of the quarter to cover the action. Force there this evening for milford delaware. Mike bagley exile good evening everyone position on a platform just the outside of the entrance of turnover. Three the premium. Here richmond is breaking an acceleration. The drivers run hard down to deter number one but they have to ease up off the gas to set the truck coming into the turn and they have a tendency to want to match the gasping with through the corner but the can't do it because when they do. The tendency is for the rear end to kick out in swing around and nail the outside retaining wall. If they've done that correctly dove into the corner set the truck feathers the throttle coming off the turn. They bashed the gas for a five second. Sprint down into turn three to ease the gasket on the brakes dive. Hard down at the turn. They all do this at about eight seconds. It's going to be a lot of bumping and shoving and hopefully patients will win. Tonight is right now. We're getting set to go green here. Richmond thirty eight trucks lined up behind the pay struck. This race will be run in to seventy five laps segments seventy five laps then the halftime break another seventy laps. Bill not be allowed to change any tires in any point during the race unless the tire is down flat on the rim except at the halftime break. They'll be allowed to change one set of tires at that point to those are the ground rules as we get set to go racing. The being shown the caution flag nascar officials spotting a piece of debris on the speedway and sending a safety vehicle out to retrieve that. So they'll make one more pace lap before they turn them loose under this green flag. For the i seventy five laps. What do you think favorites. Go with terry labonte. I'm he's been so successful in the bush series and the western cup series here at richmond. So i'll go with the body. Terry seeking his third straight nascar. Winston cup series win at this racetrack would practice opens for that division tomorrow. For saturday nights miller four hundred for now labadie making his third nascar super truck series by craftsman. Start and one more time. The green flag waved off another piece of debris spotted About two thirds of the way down the main straightaway towards turns number one and two and an official said from pit road to retrieve that so one more time. They're going to give him the one to go signal when they come off the corner and try and reset the field and send them back around this the fifteenth race of the inaugural nascar super truck series by craftsmen season. So far there have been five different race winners in the first fourteen events of the season mike skinner of course being the dominant winner. They're also winning races. Ron hornby has visited victory lane other drivers who have also won races. This season include. Joe rudman and butch miller and also winning a race earlier on this season. Was ken schrader. One of the early season races on a short track and all of those drivers in the field here tonight to make a run at it. How far back can the winter come from in the starting grid. I think that's a good question. Well of course the bush series. We're seeing harry gant. Come all the way for like thirty six position to win. I'll take a lot of these drivers back there. Have the experienced people like colt. Back there. som- take a little. I think he can do a good job tonight. So there's a lot of ifs and we're going to find out about it in just a moment and again the issue of experience in a super truck dealing with that chassis and how it's affected over one hundred and fifty laps of racing versus experience on this race. Track terry body joe ruttman on the front row. Geoff bodine ron hoarded and roll number two. The field is coming off turnover. Four ready for the start and it's easy to get the job. This time they hold it down. Terry labonte comes through the gearbox. He gets the jump on rutland. Rutland could lose second to holiday up on the outside and slipping down inside is going to be jeff bodine terry labonte swings his way into the lead. Upturn turn to battles for second. Geoff bodine's on the inside as we got trouble midway through the one truck spins around. It's jack sprague who collect two three four five other trucks massive pile up and turn over to the field exit spore caution flag waving his. Terri leib body comes off of turner. Four down to the start finish line. Five trucks piled up in turn number one all triggered in the middle of the field. It looked like jack spray got turned around some contact from behind the truck. Slipping away either way. Spray ended up sideways across the race. Track five other vehicles piling up behind him with nowhere to go. It looks like the most severely damaged that. Those might be miller's but that's going to be tough on his chances for the points he's one hundred twenty seven points back in the point standings and the right front of his truck has substantial damage. We're gonna have to wait and see if they get it repaired. He'll probably come down the pit lane. This time by all of the vehicles have moved away from the accident. Scene in the middle of turns number one and two of the only one showing significant damages miller sparks showering out especially under the night lighting here showing up extremely well for the fans in the grandstand from that flat. Right front tire. Some of the sheet metal is also bent up around the ford truck and miller is coasting. I should say coasting he slowly motoring down the back straightaway trying to get back around towards the pit lane as his jack sprague in the budweiser chevrolet. So caution. number one comes out on lap number one a five truck spin for lack of a better way to say it. It really wasn't a pile up. It was more like a backup in number one. Butch miller and jack sprague now heading down the pit road. I let's cover the robustness stop miller slows towards his pit. Is your car. No longer stopping like it used to. Don't miss out on spring break. 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Llc miller getting service there now the crew coming around to the right side of the vehicle also spray pitted just one spot in front of him having a little trouble getting into the pit stall sprague's crew now going to work on the left side of his machine is miller gets a new right front tire put on just mentioned the tire rule for the event. The tire was all the way down in flat on the rim. So miller allowed to get a new right front. He'll continue on away and go back. Onto the speedway without losing a lap sprayed continues on the pit road his crew working on his chevrolet. Of course the big loser was miller of ron hornets. Learn something. i'm sure on that. first lap allen. He tried to go on the outside here at richmond and that just doesn't work until maybe later in the race and he lost a couple of positions. Geoff bodine the old sly fox. The as he slipped down inside and grab second and hornets got got all the way out against the wall on the initial start. They were three wide. They're heading into turn over one. Feel getting the one to go signal. We'll go back to racing next time by. They sort out for a single file. Restarted is teri the body the leader jeff boat is slipping into second joe rudman sliding into the third position on the initial start. Fourth will be. Johnny benson will be mike. Skinner ron today will fall in line in the six position. Bill sedgwick will be seventh. Rodney combs junior eighth rodney. Combs ninth darrell. Waltrip will round out the top ten so all of the drivers who started the race in the top ten positions. Hold those spots for now. But they're all sorted out in single file. This time is now the pay struck beginning to work down off the banking intern. Four behind the wall and ready to go for a restart once again. This will come out on lap number. Four and again terry labonte heads. The field right behind. Him is jeopardized body. Gets a good jump again. Rutland holes third. Johnny benson is fourth. Mike skinner v and holiday once again. But he's on the outside again is the bonnie comes off. Turn to that'll further back of the field. Is ron switch to the outside of mike skinner up off turn to horrid as strong as the battles with aline. Here's jeff but he'll for the inside of labonte in three vote on wasting no time going after the top spot tried to get it from terry labonte coming back to the caution flag on lap number one this time he will have the lead so already two leaders in the past mart. Supertruck shootout geoff. Bodine leads the field back to turn to everyone single file coming into the turn. It's japan the head of the pack. Terry lebanese behind him. Joe rub in third spot. Everyone's shuffling out now on the back straightaway. Further back battle for the eighth position. It's tara walter to the inside of rodney combs at the corner. Top three got a couple of weeks ahead of mike. Skinner who's trying to rally back now. Here today holds his fifth position. Now he's about to truck leaks back behind. Mike skinner as they roll onto. Turn to everyone being patient now in the early going. Everyone tucked in single file. One truck washing out of the banking. That's bill sedgwick almost opened up the inside lane for rodney combs junior but central. Close that door on the backstretch single file. Now all the way back through the first twelve cars. Twelve trucks rather. I one of the night air. Ken schrader up on the outside of turnover. Four try to get that twelve spot away. He goes to the outside of todd. He'll beat bowed. I now we'll go to the outside of steve engage down and turnover one dish now for the eleven spot right racing back into the turn schrader working hard on the outside. The ac delco chevrolet wild up on the outside lane. Fourteen gay has no choice but to let him go there. Still side by side and threes but poor gay is not given up. Schrader and fort myers side beside is roll off. Turn four neither one with the advantage. Now schrader gets a clear truck leaked out and cut pork gay. They've slide down into turn over one off right on the bottom of the racetrack and off to shredder has the he'd morton game though has to watch his rear flank bill sedgwick again trying to work. The outside lane seems that schrader opened that upper such turn set these check that the taco truck is there. Jerry saint abban brings his truck down to the pit lane is off of turnover for that race for position. Continues looking at darrell. Waltrip tried to get a spot away from bill. Sedgwick running now for the eighth position side-by-side into od. W tried it down low. He's got it wild up there but sedgwick stronger the outside lane. Dwi drag racing fill settlement to turn three their side by side set. Took with a fender broad darrow. Walter with a truck. He's had since november. They didn't finish it up until two o'clock this morning. So walter. New old truck is setting the pace. Our sedgwick as rocky determine want walter. Put the advantage over cedric off. Turn to paddle for spot though. Is mike skinner facing a challenge. For ron skinner. Shutting down the inside lane horta. They had to walk in single file. Skinner had to go to the outside to get around the lap truck of gary st. Amman who had just come back onto the racetrack off the pit lane across the start. Finish line at his geoff. Bodine's terry the body. Joe rotman mike skinner and ron horn today. The top five early in the fast mart super truck shootout sir. Are you where you were going. Forty miles an hour. This is a residential area. Sure but i'm on my lawnmower. Wait am i getting a ticket. No i've just never seen anyone top nine miles an hour on one of those bad boys and mother attire lawn and thirty seconds. Click cut into you. Well it did fuel up at sonoko. This morning at sonoko we know how to fuel peak performance. We've been doing it for american racing for over fifty years fuel your best one more lap. We'll go back to green flag. Racing with jeff bodine leading the fast mart. Super truck shootout. Tonight's broadcast of the fast at one. Fifty is brought to you under exclusive radio rights granted by the richmond. International raceway to 'em are in radio solely for the private noncommercial use of our listening audience and he publication reproduction or other use of the description and accounts of this race without the express written consent of nascar and m. are radio is prohibited. Jeff bodine taking the lead from terry the body on lap number five. He's about to lead the field back around the green flag. This'll be the third restart of the event. The second cautioned quick one. Jeff levine after the gearbox gets a jump on the body this time a good one rutland riots. Third fourth mike v and hor today a good job. But diana's he hits return one everyone single coming back into the turn except for third spot. That's where all the competitors have to work around the lap truck. Gary cena ahmad. Everyone's shuffles down the back straightaway. Now they will do away with that lap traffic as a battle for fourth round. Looking into the inside of mike. Skinner spy chasing the diehard truck is going to be given a stop and go penalty for jumping the restart. He'll be receiving the black flag as he comes off. Turn before four crosses the start finish line first. Five cars have cleared lap traffic now. They're all running single file challenges for fourth right now they come back into the corner. Double the exit the turn. That's the lap truck of gary st. Ahmadis doubt of the inside. Everyone will clear him now. Is johnny benson swing by. They're walking swing by clear. That cena my car at the first. Five trucks have broken away about ten truck leaks over. Johnny benson and darrell waltrip throughout to battle walter. Down to the inside. Caution is on the speedway to trucks have spun in. Turn number two jerry. Glanville was one of them. Also another truck going around. That has now fired up and trying to continue on its way at the very bottom apron of the race track but very quickly we go onto the third caution of the fast mart super truck shootout and that caution is going to be a break for mike chase. He's able to make his stop and go penalty as the field is slowing for the yellow flag. And he's going to keep from going a lap down now. The other truck that was spun installed at the bottom of number two is fired up in continued on a way. That is the truck being driven tonight by tj clark the arizona driver getting his ford fired up after looping around and he too is going to continue away without losing a lap of the race coming out very quickly lap number seventeen for a truck spin over and turns one and two on the first caution of the race. We mentioned butch miller. Getting his robust is dinged up. A little bit had made a couple of stops for service on the pit row. Let's follow up. See if we can get a report on the trouble joe. Moore's down and his pit crew. Chief of the which miller drug gary showalter gary. What is the damage truck. Well we think we knocked two toll and out a little bit and The nose is knocked around a little bit. But i think we'll be okay if we can make it halftime. That puts say what happened over there. He said just. Everybody was trying to get the same same time. All right. let's gary showalter coochie for butch miller ray best ford. It must be too bad off. Because he's picked up seven spot since he came back out. Let's go to be a good break for butch miller that we do have this Halftime they call it. After seventy five laps they'll get a chance to work on that truck and get it back one lap away from going back to green and it looked like old. Dwi about ready to get up there and do battle with five i. Five trucks had broken away about ten truck links. Then there is the battle between johnny benson. Darrell waltrip and darrell. Waltrip has gotten by. That hasn't got by that truck yet but It looks like you will here shortly as we get good jump by geoff bodine at last time and he's getting up through the gearbox material bodies hanging right with him and i think gary still say he's going to be the difference tonight if he can hang up front of the feel like he has been well. Terry's trademark richmond is that he's not the fastest vehicle early in the race but he often comes on late and he says he has. This truck set up the same way to be strong later on. Tonight's race ready to go racing. Nineteen of one hundred fifty laps. Complete off of turnover. Four they come green flag. Geoff bodine again with a good jump on the outside lane. The lap trucks down on the inside lane led by gary st. him on one more time ron holiday looks to the outside and turn one but he falls back in line. Couldn't make the past though because things got awfully narrow going into turn one for now. Everyone single file swinging around the lap truck of gary saint ahmad everyone shuffling down into turn three no one stepping out of my time still single file. Jeff bodine with about three truck link lead over terry. The body right on his upper is joe rapid than it comes. Mike skinner ron hor today. Johnny benson darrell waltrip and kenny schrader for the mix. Now here they come back into the turn. They swing off turnover to every single file. Jetboat i with his truck cranked up three truck links to leave for him over terry. Labonte joe rutland mike skinner. And ron hor today said the field for you is all the leaders run single file for now it is. Geoff bodine terry. The body joe rudman. Mike skinner and ron hornets the top five. And you've got johnny benson running six now side by side for seven kenny. Schrader going up to the outside of darrell waltrip. He opens the outside lane. Dwi's tried to rally on the inside. But straighter dare. He gets a good bite off number. Two darrell walk to the inside trainer to the outside three. so kenny. Schrader taking the uncommon outside linebacker at richmond. Battling with darrell waltrip. He's just ahead of him about half a truck link. That's it come by the start. Finish line this time he clears. He's going after benson on the inside and turn wash reiter dive to the inside gets offender up alongside but has to back out of it as benson puts the block on now on the backstretch schrader tries again. He'll pick to the inside shredders on the move in turn. Three freighter started fifteenth. He's trying to get six away from johnny benson and just the first twenty three laps of the race and we've had three cautions in that twenty three laps dead heat at the start. Finish line schrader inside benson outside traitor poconos ahead. He'll take the six spot in one. Swing around and take the spot in the league. The lane open. Daryl waltrip meanwhile further up good battle for third. Mike skinner gets the jump on joe. Rutledge going to turn one. By the time they get the three skimmers at the third. Still the same upfront with jeopardize two-truck links over terry labonte that. There's a big gap back to mike. Skinner joe what ron horn. Today as they head back into turn one everyone. Single file now Pressing issue in the early going as geoff. Bodine's field up off the corner terry. Labonte is broken away from the mike. Skinner and joe rutland battle. Speaking of that battle rutland slipped in turn to day will die for the inside and take that spot the third spot in three so hor today moving up a spot rodman falling now to the fifth position. You got schrader running. Six darrell waltrip seven. Benson eighth bill. Sedgwick is night. Derek cope in his first nascar super truck run. He started fourteenth. he's up to tenth diving to the inside trying to take a look to the inside but he can't make the past the front to the head of the field. Jeff bone interior. Bonnie pulled away by five truck lanes over mike. Skinner said still holds the lead over dairy copa. That bright straight arrow truck come off. Turn number four data. The inside goes cope get him. He can't get the start line. Copa veteran here at rich matab. Some good runs. He runs back up on the tailgate of sedgwick intern. One art coming into the turn. Pope is there and sedgewick will swing life but poking the jump off to turn he has to fall in single file making note also jack sprague after being involved in that spin on the first lap and falling all the way to the end of the field has worked his way all the way back up to the twentieth position in the budweiser chevy. So a good run for sprague tonight comes into the event running in the seven spot in the nascar super truck series bhai craftsmen points standings. We're early on in the fast bart super truck shootout. The leader is geoff. Bodine terry labonte. Is jason right behind him citywide countryside. 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And darrell waltrip moving around joe rodman grabbing the six position kick rodman back to seventh in the eight position. Now you've got. Johnny benson ninth is bill. Sedgwick and tenth is looking farther on back eleventh. Is todd bodine. Running in the twelfth position is mike bliss thirteenth as the field works. Its way down. The main straightaway is his inaugural nascar truck event. Dennis setzer has the dodge in the fourteenth position and being shown the fifty position at this. Point is steve port enga-. That's the way they run now as the field comes off the corner and completes the thirty seventh of one hundred fifty laps. And you talk about trucks and trucks moving back. kennex raiders. Moving up but joe rudman is falling back. Winston kelly's it. His car is talking to his car. Owner ernie urban damage back. Just a little bit. Was the problem with the car truck all right now. We're sitting on the loose lied. We're hoping to track was gonna come around to us and tight out while wasn't have to wait and see hopefully in adjust adler from divvy smith the croce on that super truck just a little bit loose right now. Darrell waltrip has the western auto truck on the movie just took fifth away from kenny schrader. So waltrip beginning to rumble towards the front daryl. Starting in the tenth position and now already in the first forty laps. He's worked his way up into the top five and it's tightening up at the front of the pack also leader jeff bodine having some trouble negotiating lap traffic mike it in in one and throwing around the lab truck bob. Revenge coming into the turn. It has tightened up for the lead. Terry labonte was about three truck lights. Back of jeff. Bodine but now. He's on his tailgate intern. Pre terry labonte is just one truck linked to make that a half chuckling back to jeopardize and mike skinner is only about three truck links. Back from lebanon as they work turn for past the finish line and things are acting up pick. These tires are coming into play right now z. Working to turn to slap truck going counter is the walker truck. I'll turn to tearing la bodies. There he closes up on the back. Buffer of geoff. Bodine's doesn't make the past now. We'll stay single finalists. They weren't heavy traffic in three john. Kinder- is on the pit late in his truck. He is being held there by an ask super truck series bhai craftsmen official will try and get update there. In a minute t j clarke slows on the race track brings his truck onto the pit road. He was involved in one of the spins earlier on that came out on lap. Seventeen the third caution of the race just joining us terror. The body started on the pole. Took off lead the first four laps. Geoff bodine took the lead away from him on lap number five and continues there and now a challenge for the third position in traffic intern. Four inside ron. Hor today and outside is mike. Skinner but walker evans lap truck holds up rod hor today and he loses about three lakes to bikes getter tries to make up coming back into the turn and he does. He's only about one truck like off the back bumper. Meanwhile the battle for leads. Tighten up as well terri. Leib bonnie tried it in turn one. He couldn't do it because the latte truck of jerry. Glanville was there but body of the back bumper abode. I and darrell waltrip closing on horn today with horn today closing on skinner and all three of those closing on the front too and traffic very heavy early on in the race. The lead user repack traffic again into third place. Mike skinner working around the lab truck of jerry glanville. Now they will try to the inside. But he can't because glanville's they're coming into deterrence grieve. Coordinate tries to go three. he can't do it at the turn ole. Dwi's had some great raunchier west of the cup races at richmond side beside with rusty wallace about fifty laps. One night tonight. He's got geared up and taking care of those tires he's white on the tailgate of ron. Hor today is ahead of deterrent. One third fourth fifth daryl launch being the fifth place truck now as a work back into the turn on those details skinner slips in turn to. Here's down inside you'll open up the inside lane. He'll spin around. Mike skinner and take third here like there's little contact between the two of those now. Skinner tries to come to the bottom of the racetrack. Darrell waltrip had the quarter panel of the truck shoved up underneath. Skinner's left rear. They made contact waltrip lifted out. Skinner continued on away. And they'll go single file. The one when walter patna lift that allow mike skinner to pull away. And ron eight to tattle. Meanwhile further up terry labonte geoff. Bodine working try to work around the kenny on. That drive terry labonte is. They're right on the tailgate. Jeopardize they walk off. Turn four and some lap. Traffic involved there. Kenny allen truck and bob straight drucker straight ahead and is going to to the outside of the allen drug heavy heavy traffic back into the turn and jeff what. I cannot get past the kenny truck. Three y both. I will split the two trucks coming into the turn. He will swing around and now rahul on this battle. He goes to the outside of the body for second side-by-side lap trucks right in front of second and third today. Tries to make a holy bumps bob straight straight slides up the race. Track terry the body. Trying to go to the inside of kenny allen horn today tried to go around the outside. They tried to see which lane is going to open up the hour non. It's kenny allen. On the outside the truck terry labonte to the inside. Here's today he'll try to go. Three wide labonte will put the block on. Everyone will stay single file around the allah today seems to be real strong coming off the corners. He's looking down on the inside of terry labonte can't make the move now. They swing wide off. Turn four the head for turn one hornets as still a truck leak behind tried to do it. In turn want but pat now finding will slip a little bitty uses too much break that allows horrid close up on the tailgate. Forty eight takes a shot to the side here. We go in turn three. Here's one day on the moon. Going for the second position. Up under terry the body. He will get it as leader. Geoff bodine comes off. The quarter crosses the start finish line. Complete the fiftieth lap. seventy five. We'll stop for the halftime break than another seventy five to the finish. It is. Geoff bodine ron horn today. And now terry the body into the second spot. Levada tried to take away going into turn over one day. We'll go single file with further back to slip out of with mike. Skinner missouri want the fourth and fifth. And and there'll altarpiece caught by scatter again. He had lost about three truck links when they got together. Coming off. turn four. There's a lap truck of kenny allen troy vincent swings to the inside waltrip right on his tailgate allen work at the outside lane and skinner down. Low and skinner has an extra breaks midway through the turn. That's only w the close up on the inside. He'll take a look down flow. He can't make the passenger three. He'll stay back leader. Geoff bodine's still mired in some traffic now swings off turnover for up to the outside of the todd massive truck for today and terry labonte trying to real boat on in got away a little bit while they were racing side by side position. This report spot now mike. Skinner will slip coming into tournaments there watching account low putting the western auto chevrolet feather in their culture number two. He nuts back in line as they had to three scattered. Just a little stronger off the corner walter rallies back now by back on the buffer of the bikes get or truck as a hit off. Turn four inside walter. But there's a lap truck out in twenty. Can't make the movie swings back right on the tailgate of skinner. Natade massey. Trump was spoiler in that. Now here's daryl he's gonna try the outside lane. He's tried the inside. It has at work. He switched to the outside. That too will fail as he practically pushes the mike skinner truck intern three while to try to find a way around the nascar super truck series by craftsmen point leader. They are racing now for the fourth position. Here's jeff bodine working traffic number one. He ducks to the inside of the scott legacy machine. Fifty four of seventy five laps in the first half of the race complete. Let's check on pit road. john kennedy. He's the first out. John what happened. Last owner samuel stragglers court give given a chance a lot around real good here for him and real sad. It's got the wsb snake to the inverse struck out tonight. That's done tender. There's a lot of traffic. Is that work out tour to bodine is able to get by the scott legacy truck born a day still kate makeup anytime we thought when he made it up through that traffic would be a factor against modi but he hasn't been so far yet as it come off turn four two trucks it straight in front of today can't make any moves there terry labonte about catching him to go to turn one trying to work through some lap traffic and one lap ago was finally able to swing around mike skinner to take that spot he'll come up i'll turn to skinner's not through he tries to make a pass in the corner meanwhile the leaders working living heavy traffic and turn three geoff bodine ron hornets terry labonte darrell waltrip mike skinner. Ken schrader those the top six. You've got joe running in the seven spot. Derek cope up to the eighth position rounding out the top. Ten johnny benson and bill sedgwick. We've completed fifty six of seventy five laps in the first half of the fast. Bart's super truck shootout richmond. Virginia in the fast mart super truck. Shootout live on our radio. Allan along with jim phillips joe warren winston kelly on the pit lane. Mike bagley covering the turns for us tonight. Terry labonte led the first four laps. Jeff bodine took overlap number five. He continues to be the leader at lap number sixty four. He received a pretty good challenge. Back from terry. The body for a while now. Bodine is extended his lead. And he's being pursued at this point by ron horn. Today he was moved around the body into the second spot terry running in the third position. Darrell waltrip is fourth. Mike skinner v. Ken schrader running in the sixth position. That's the lead pack in and around. Some pretty heavy traffic really is now. It's gonna be interesting to see what they do do some of these trucks. You can see that some washing out rather badly come off the turns but geoff bodine has been a steady is rock all night long. He's holding the same that truck links overrun horn. Ladies held the last twenty five or so laps it. The body is faded to third but he stayed pretty well. The same truck leaks behind holiday ahead into turn one. Everyone working single file now coming into the turn working around some lap traffic. The scott legacy car will separate second-place. Ron broke darrell. Waltrip off the turn. Kenny schrader is posted on the mike. Skinner troikas now. Skinner will work around so lap. Traffic john nemechek truck intern. Turn three cautioned on the speedway. This'll be for the fourth time. In the past bar super truck shootout the cautions wave and lap number sixty seven as the leaders. Get the yellow flag flag and slow. There is apparently been some oil spotted on the race track by one of the turn. Observers that nascar has posted around the speedway. Mike bliss truck began smoking a little bit a couple of laps ago although he is still out on the speedway and was pretty much up to speed when the yellow flag wave but report is the officials have spotted something on the racetrack. They wanna check and make sure that it's not something that would be a danger to some of the race teams so we do have the yellow flag for the fourth time in the rain. What to get it comes out on lap number sixty seven for debris if we are under green. When we get to lapd number seventy five. The gatorade front runner award. We'll be handed out a thousand bucks to the driver who leads it halfway if he is participating in the gatorade program. Geoff bodine right now. Pretty good candidate to get that. Although with this caution flag it gives ron horrid the opportunity to close right up on bodine's tailgate have a shot at that halfway money if they turn it back loose. Well full. Jeffrey gets the jumps. He's been getting ontario ebony The last couple of restarts. I don't think the holidays going to have a chance for that. Gatorade money this is going to be a tough break for Mike bliss if he has to lose those positions because he'd been running up the top all night long. Mike right now is still on the racetrack and is not brought the truck onto the pit lane The cleanup truck is looking around the race. Track now down towards Turnover three and four to see if what some of the drivers thought was liquid on. The racetrack is in fact something that needs to be cleaned up. So we are under caution for the fourth time. This just the beginning of a triple header. Weekend here at richmond. International raceway a busy day on. Espn radio. tomorrow we'll have for you. Live coverage of bush poll qualified tomorrow afternoon for the nascar winston cup series teams at five thirty eastern time followed by live coverage of the auto lite. Two fifty for the nascar busch series. We'll be on the air tomorrow night with that at seven. Fifteen eastern time randy la- joy the last car of sixty to make that sixty one to qualify earlier on today on the second of his two lap so the very last lap of qualifying won the pole at andrea nineteen point eight four six miles an hour. David greene will start. Second kenny wallace. Starting third shooting for his third straight nascar busch series. Win here at richmond. That's tomorrow night. At seven fifteen eastern time live on radio and then saturday night the nascar winston cup series in the four hundred and terry the body going for a third straight win at richmond. He won a year ago. He won earlier on this spring. And we'll have that for you. Wants to get at seven fifteen eastern time as far as nascar super truck series competitions concerned. We're going to follow the trucks onto martinsville virginia. Saturday september twenty third for the goodies. One fifty will also be with you one week later saturday. September thirtieth at the north wilkes borough speedway for the low is holding home. Improvement warehouse one fifty. Both of those live on radio truck series will go back out to sonoma california for a date. That was rained out earlier on this year in march. That's the subway one hundred coming up october seventh. They'll also be at bakersfield california the mesa marin raceway on october fifteenth and then conclude the very first season of super truck competition on saturday october. The twenty eighth with the good wrench delco battery. One hundred at phoenix international raceway in arizona in mri radio will be there. Live to let you know who gets crowned champion from this very tight points race. I'll tell you why we're gonna find out how good the buffers are all these drugs or they go to martinsville check. There's no question about that and have that they're going to deal with those sharp turns there and hundred fifty lap race. You could do. A lot of frampton bama in their field about to complete the seventieth lap. They'll get the one to go signal so we should be racing back around to the halfway point and while we get ready for the restart. Let's check down on pit road. Well we talked to the super truck coach jerry. Dr to ontario bonnie's truck who also protein on the winston cup truck. Winston cup car said they're just a little bit loose right now. They hope to tighten it up during the caution flag period. With david indies the crew chief on. Geoff bodine's truck. They've what's he saying about it. I says it pretty good right now. we got a couple of little situations with but we're trying to hold them back and you know he was trying to take off from the field holding them back a little bit but he says the trucks running good but you know. We got seventy laps on tires in you. Know the truck starting to wobble a little bit on them but We'll be all right in other five last time and get some new good years and hopefully we'll stay right in front of them and go all the way. What type of changes do you have to make this halftime besides the tires. We haven't decided that Couple of minor adjustments Maybe we'll do something with the front other back. We're not your favors. Not quite wanting to tip his hand here. He's been confirmed with a lot of the team members. Here danny glad. Who's the engine builder on the winston cup. Car is down here helping out the team. So they're trying to decide their strategy. Halftime here richmond feel about to come off turner before we'll see if they get the signal to get ready to go back to racing in one more lap they're going to complete now the seventieth lap and we'll have five more to go before the halftime break. They'll run seventy five laps and then we'll give them a couple of minutes to make some changes on the vehicle something owned by nascar and this first super truck series season in order to allow the teams to basically get to know these vehicles and if they miss guess on a chassis setup that basically they have no records to work from just out to lunch will they give them the halftime break in a chance to work on it and then will run out seventy five more laps around the track and see who makes the trip to victory lane fields going to go racing next time. Bye normally. i don't like halftime breaks at races but for this series. I think it's really helped. The competition made all these great finishes. We've had this year and black. We started out at phoenix. We had the half time they had a chance to work on these trucks and get them equal. And it's been a lot of this series. I think it was a good move in the first year of this division whether it'll continue or not next year haven't really had any indication as yet but certainly something that's helped the level of competition throughout these races and lord knows we've had some exciting finishes in these events in the first fourteen of them that have been run about set to go back to green geoff. Bodine a leader has slammed. Sammy swindell the former sprint car. As down to the inside of him as they come off tournament for leading the lap down trucks trying to get back on the lead lap. And let's see how bad jeopardize what's that gatorade. Buddy looks like he wants it. Pretty bad he gets a two point lead over ron horrid as they go into turn one swindle is at the inside of holiday. Went down tried to put the block on today coming into the turn but he couldn't do it. Here's the battle for the lead today swings to the outside up off number two. He can't complete the pass. It will fall in line for now. Everyone single file to the outside of the lap traffic as toughest boat. I looked in the first seventy two laps of this race. Hor today right now. Looks like he's on the charge and got the whip out on that chevy truck. He's looking at the inside a boat on on this boat out front straightaway. Can't make the move yet. Go back in line single file. John chevrolet now looking into the outside again abode. I thinks better of it. Hill pullback in single file further back darrell waltrip getting a little itchy tried to go to the inside of terry labonte do it. They have to work around the latte truck. Sandy's now on holidays is go to the outside and get by. Geoff bodine but bowed. I comes up in front of him as across stark bunnies line now. He swings down inside. They head to turn number. One ford and chevrolet side-by-side coming into the turn and jeff. I'd put the block on hard on ron today. They had to slam on the brakes coming into the turn but now as they enter number three. Geoff bodine a half truck. Length lead into the corner for today went all the way down to the apron of the race. Track to try and get around. Here comes geoff. Bodine's to the halfway money boat. I will lead horn today to the start. Finish line at number seventy five. He will pick up the one thousand dollar. Gatorade front runner award. I'm telling you horn today. Went after it big downturn number one. He had the left side wheels of that truck. All the way on the apron. And i have a hard time believing he even got back on the banking without crashing himself. Let alone mind but a good piece of driving there and jeff is able to lead him around. Collect the halfway money and the gatorade front runner award and now everybody will be head into the pit lane to make their halftime adjustments. We'll check in with some of the front runners in just a minute. Plus and richmond. Virginia international raceway live coverage of the fast mart. Supertruck shootout on radio. We're at halftime. Seventy six of one hundred fifty laps or complete. Let's hear from the race leader. Geoff bodine took over the lead on lap number five and held it to the yellow flag laps. Seventy five winston. Kelly is alongside his truck. Well actually this joe more. I'm standing by with geoff. Bodine looks like the drugs handling great out there for you. Well feels really good. Yeah but I saw that red truck behind me. i've cheryl body and ruckman. They're making some adjustments. They're going to be quick three truck. i see all. Dwi back there. He's never driven a truck before. He don't even own a truck for the street. And he's driving on racetrack. He'd looking good but we're hoping we can stay out front and his sure. Be nice to win a truck race. We're gonna try like heck you guys haven't made any adjustments to the truck stop. Must be hamming perfectly for you well. I don't know if anything perfect. We're looking at the tire sheet right now. We could be a little bit better. We're gonna try to adjust it now. It's geoff bodine. He's showing the now the winston kelly. Well ron today sitting in his truck he's been talking to his crew. Chief doug record about how it's been running. He did a whale of job. Keeping the car out of the wall. Now dow crew chief doug records helping pick the truck run. You've had a great run going this far. How are you going to have to make any changes. I tell you what doug richards of the guys. That great job and his papa. John's chevrolet we could do. We just made a little air pressure. Adjustment and i just hope nobody gets any better. I mean we got a pretty good truck right here. They put a chevrolet truck with goodyear tire. We'll see you seem to be one of the few trucks that can run high and low on the track. I haven't figured that out myself yet. It just one of them. I get into the corner and it stays there and it cuts back. But i got a super good truck. These guys did a great job and his papa. John chevrolet with say helpless. Hope to see everybody in victory lane. But it's a long race left and we'll see what we can do. That's the word from ron hornets. Currently running in second look pretty good. All the way down to the apron of the race track all that last lap before we had the halfway. Caution flag ole d. W had this truck and the shops it's november. They've been working on a little bit all along but didn't get it finished up till two o'clock this morning. he's in the top five with d. W here's joe more narrow side all gather around talking to him as he sitting along here. Daryl we're talking to jeff jeff. He said you have no business being here in the truck. You don't even drive one of the street. Look i got a chrome helmet. I got chrome shoes. And that's a pickup man. If i ever saw one thing is performing for tonight It's really great. I mean really exceeding our expectations though. They just got the thing put together this week. And everybody's worked real hard and we didn't practice a lot qualified whale and here. We are running pretty good so pretty exciting. Really already may not look right in this thing. But he's certainly doing a great job. Darrell waltrip tear from the winningest driver and super truck competition. This year. The point leader. Mike skinner at the red flag. He is hanging out in the six position. Which the kelly is there. Well mike skinner ties a swarm of people. Around and richard chillers will lens been here talking to him about the changes that they're making on the truck. One of the crew members stuck their head in the right side of this truck to determine what type of changes that they are going to make. Richard shelters has been talking on the radio term. Richard what type of changes have you had to make any the trucks. Real tight right in the center and making him get loose off. You know pretty decent. Start with and it's just want him deals. Got a little worse or the run went on where you didn't really know which way to go here. We're going to see if we guessed right. Which way did you roll the dice. We decided tightening up a little more. May be wrong. But we're gonna say. That's the word from richard. Childress obviously knows how to set up a car now. He's trying to roll the dice. Lynn on the super supertruck. The halftime break just about over field beginning to roll back onto the speedway. They'll form up on the back straightaway. So let's set the running order for you at lap. Seventy six of one hundred and fifty there are at this point. Eighteen trucks on the lead lap. Geoff bodine is running out front. Second is ron horrid terry labonte third. Darrell waltrip and fourth mike. Skinner in fifth. Ken schrader is six joe. Ruttman seventh eighth. Is the truck being driven tonight by derek cope in his maiden voyage in that machine. Bill sedgwick running nine. Todd bodine his tenth mike. Bliss runs eleven. Twelve is dennis setzer in the thirteenth spot. At this point is rick corelli. Fourteenth is johnny benson and fifteenth. Steve port engaged. Sixteen is jack. Sprague seventeenth is butch miller in eighteenth truck. The lead lap is hermes sadler a lap down in nineteenth. Sammy swindell running twentieth tobey. Butler twenty-first is john nemechek twenty-second scott legacy kenny. Allen runs twenty-third twenty-fourth is tommy. Archer and twenty. Fifth is rodney combs. Running the twenty six position is bugs. Harefield twenty-seventh at this point is bob keselowski. Twenty eighth at the halftime break is walker. Evans in the dodge. The twenty ninth place truck is bob. Straight and thirtieth. Is mike chase thirty. I is jerry glanville. Thirty-second is rodney. Combs junior thirty third is gary st. Amman thirty fourth is chad. little and running. Thirty fifth is the truck of bob brubeck in thirty six position. A couple of laps. Down todd massey. Running thirty seven is tj. Clark and thirty eighth and out of the event is the john kinder- entry and that is the running order as we've reached the halfway point been a real interesting race still file and not the jeff. Surprise me Staying up there. I thought maybe that The body is going to be the man. Maybe he will be in the second. Half and darrell waltrip sees hanging around the top five. also there About to get the field relied. Enroll them off and get us back to racing. If you're listening to us tonight. Up in the new england area and you're not far from stafford springs connecticut. You might wanna zip over and catch the rest of the one hundred fifty lap nascar busch north series grand national race tonight and i say the rash not because it's already running frankly it may be but because it is a resumption of rain event. That happened earlier on this summer was rained out. They were resuming the race tonight. At number eighteen andy sanitaire. The main driver will be the leader when they waved the green flag on that also with their final winston racing series program at the season. That's at stafford springs. Connecticut motor speedway. Tonight if you're in that area might wanna pop on by so here. We are getting ready to resume the second half of the fast mart. Super trucks shootout. We've had five cautions in the first half of the race to different leaders. Terry the body the first four laps in geoff bodine from then on only one truck out of the race that john kinder- who dropped out after thirty fifth laps with an engine problem among the point contenders butch miller the only one encountering any trouble. He was tangled up in a caution spin intern number one on lap number. One dinged up the left front. Excuse me the right front corner of his ford. He made repairs and has continued on but miller has not made. His presence felt up among the leaders in as a threat to win the race. Right now miller being shown seventeenth and on the lead lap other than that. Everybody is Lined up and about ready to get this thing back underway and we're gonna have a little bit more company front to out on these Laugh trucks up. There got swindale. Their tobey butler is up there and butch miller. He didn't make any run to the front. I wonder if they got his truck a little bit better for him. We pointed out earlier tonight. He's only one hundred and twenty seven points out of the points lead but this race being one of the final few heated make. Something happen tonight and got tangled up early there. Yeah sure did so Be tough to see. A push can overcome some of that and work his way. Back to the front salvage. Some sort of a good finish on this after being tangled up in the first caution here comes the field now rolling behind the pay struck off turnover four and not ready to go back to green flag racing yet is they're still getting. Everybody formed up in their proper positions as the field works. Its way off of turnover ford across the start finish line. One hundred fifty lapses the distance of this race tonight and they'll be getting the green probably around lap number seventy seven or seventy eight when they'll turn them back loose talking with mike skinner earlier on today getting ready for tonight's broadcast to what a season it's been for skinner. The richard childress team in the inaugural nascar super truck series round skinner in fourteen races. Already this season with nine pole positions and he's visited victory lane an impressive six times already in the first part of the season. Mike says that sometimes they've had the best chassis and engine sometimes. They've had the best chassis. Sometimes they've had the best engine three or four the times that we've won. I really felt like we had them Out handled and out you know out. Run with the motors and chassis and You know a couple of races. We had to scrap real hard to win. So we've been able to complement each other. You know the the chassis guys Myself richie burgess jesse cote will then. We've been able to get the thing handling good enough to complement the motor and when the handle is off just a little bit. The motors been good enough to complement the truck. From the looks of the first half of this race it appears as if tonight's one of those nights where the handle is not quite as good as mike would like it. We'll see if they've been able to affect some changes at halftime here. That will get him up there banging around for the win. You got it banging around. He's a scrapper he. He kind of reminds earnhardt a lot of ways allen. What it looks a lot like it. Looks like some of these short-track races. He's to assert himself and he has asserted himself and come away with a win. That's politely said mike skinner right now. Running in the fifth position as field comes down and gets ready to get a signal to go back there. Green flag racing again seventy five laps than we had the yellow flag halftime break. Now we're going to run the remaining seventy four laps of the race. They'll get the green as they complete lap. Seventy six it is. Geoff bodine the leader with sammy. Swindell leading the trucks elaborate more down to his inside as they get ready for restart bodine comes up through that gearbox right behind him today and he can't get away this time as for today's sticks wide on his bumpers ahead into turn one ron today. Now we'll swing down the inside forces way in muscles his way through he swings around. Geoff bodine for the lead. Meanwhile for their back behind bodine it. Sammy swindell then terry. Labonte kirk truck. Toby butler green and coordinate felt like he needed to get the lead now or he might have trouble getting it back from jeff. Bodine's here's bodine all over the tailgate now off of turnover four tried to hang in there and force today into a mistake down and turn over one see if he can get the lead back here they go under braking deter number one. Now over to turn to bodine's day on the back bumper looks to the inside coming out of the turn but can't make the past as they break into turn number three on the back bumper reported at. I don't think the jeopardy. I like the way ron haunted. Got by an leans on that back. Bumper off turn two and he leaned up off. Turn four and he's only about a half week trouble off of turnover force. Deporting gay contact from behind spins around in the traffic drivers evading left. And right everybody's going to get around bob. Reebok has to spin his truck to keep from piling in. Everybody is going to get away including porting gay. But the caution flag is going to for the sixth time in the fast mart. Super truck shootout contact traffic. Send steve port engage spinning down the front straightaway ron hor. Today is the leader. We're back under green. And jeff bose is pressuring ron hor today again on the backstretch here. He comes down with the inside both on the inside of side by side. Three the won't set lead and he's gonna get it. Is he swings by today off. Turn before he gave him a shot going down the back straightaway to set him up. He got his truck straight. And he's got one truck lead in turn one hard breaking into the corner. Now rod rodman today tried to regroup and see can swing back around. But i'd up off the turn. Today gets a good bite swings wide up off the turn but benign has the lane covered in hornets. We'll have to stay single file. Geoff bodine ron horn. That's the front to terry. The body running. third darrell. Waltrip is fourth. Mike skinner right on his tailgate. In fifth six this. Ken schrader running a little. Farther back in seventy is joe rutland. Todd bodine is just taking eighth away from derek. They're all single file working back into the turn one stepping out of line further back. Todd bodine working around the lap truck of scotland. They'll legacy tapper tobey butler as a completely sideways. He corrects now he spins around. He'll left tend to the heel slam hard on the brakes all week. It's over five. Butch miller and also what other truck. They made contact. It was the walker evans truck it also puts miller veiling scott legacy his legacy was broadside of the race. Track evans hit him in the hood and also miller hit him at the tailgate. He was broadside of the race track. But now the butch miller truck has come to rest on the backstretch along with scott legacy everyone else who is able to pull away. Oh when you're almost sitting still you're a sitting duck allen that's what happened right there. He just couldn't get the truck going fast enough. A tap from the back of one of the other trucks. Sending scott legacy wiggling and wobbling off turnover to. He fought it. he fought it. finally it got away. Most of the field got by but a couple of them in the back of the field including walker evans. Were not able to the front of evans collecting the tailgate of the scott legacy truck and it put us under caution for the seventh time in the past march. Super truck shootout. Let's go back to the backstretch. Scott legacy did a fantastic job coming up off the tourney gotta tap from toby butler. He corrected once. He corrected twice. He corrected watson correct twice. He almost had it that he got nailed by the evanson walker trucks but right now safety crews on the scene and waiting to see what's going to happen here the mattress got some debris back here. It's going to be a few minutes where we get this cleaned up. Tough break for scotland. Who was running at the time of the caution one lap down but Having a decent run on the last but right now his truck go along with that of walker evans sitting on the back straightaway and the Front of the. Excuse me the truck. Rather of butch miller sitting on the back straightaway. In the front of miller's truck is very heavily damaged and that's going to be very costly for miller in terms of his standing in the nascar super truck series by craftsmen points. He was running in the fourth position coming into the race and miller running one hundred and twenty seven points behind. The leader miller has climbed out of his truck and scott legacy is just climbed out. Put the window down. He's hopped out walking away to the amulets. So good news for the back straightaway of very hard impact for miller and legacy but both drivers will be just fine. This does put us under the caution for the seventh time. In the race's geoff bodine leads the field past the start. Finish line heading down the pit lane. Is toby butler. The driver of from kirkland washington who was also involved in that some damage on his truck as he comes down the pit lane to the attention of his crew so butler needing some work done there to get that truck back in racing trim before he can go out onto the speedway so Lots of activity all of a sudden early on in the second half of the race. It puts us under caution fairly quickly on after that To truck accident out on the back straightaway. We talked about those tires before this race. That some of the drivers and the crew said it would take about four laps for the really get enough heat in these tires to make their work properly. And i think that's the case there for geoff. Bodine he's truck just wasn't handling the way wanted it. We started off his second segment but after about four laps when those tires came in jeff went to the front and i think part of that played into that equation was the fact that hey ron hornets is in the thick of this championship. Scramble in the nascar super truck series. He's had a couple of bad finishes earlier on this season and he knows he can't afford any more bad finishes he can't take the chance from now to the end of the season. We can't afford a bad race. You know you don't wanna wish nothing on anybody but you know it's going to take a tough time to beat that three truck right now and he's gotta have a bad race that he hasn't had one yet and if we can run the way we've been running and finished in the top three or four like we have been looking for ron hor today running third in the standings right now ninety four points behind leader mike skinner at this point hor today running second in the race in skinner's running the top so wanted a good press the issue with geoff bodine too much at that point he kind of had to play a little conservative helen. Of course. Skinner has a lot of competition to get by there with. Darrell waltrip and terry labonte ahead of him. That to western cab drivers that And also geoff bodine so those dryers have been holding scanner at bay fell back to six before that break. And right by 'em you have kenny. Schrader is also give any molly wanted tonight. And he's another guy that he can't afford to go in there and just slam enters with these western kept guys because he's the points later. He was only forty. Six points. Ahead of joel rutland and rutland has been hanging around the top eight. I'm going to be interesting to see whether redmond can rally back. He started second tonight but quickly fell back and then stabilized and stayed in the top eight. So it's going to be interesting. Seeping stay there. Rodman with one of two ford wins in nascar superstar competition. This season chevrolet has a dozen of them and with the wind at flemington. A couple of weeks back locked up the inaugural nascar super truck manufacturers championship ron horrid as win at flemington delivered the knockout punch. If you will that wrapped up the crowd for chevrolet in this first season of competition on the nascar super truck series but geoff bodine's has that ford f one fifty out in front this evening and trying to find a way to victory lane to get his first win in nascar super truck competition. Good run for todd bodine. Also he's having a good run here tonight. Todd driving the rouse racing. Nascar ford super truck. Todd says it. Hey these trucks are pretty fun to drive. There are a lot of fun because the fact that you have no aerodynamics to help hold the car or the truck you relies solely on the handling of it and if you overdrive it a little bit and get outta shape you can get past and in intern. You can pass people the same way so it creates a good race. It creates a lot of excitement They are a lot of fun to drive. You know it's It's a little different feeling the actual handling of it and then what sitting in pickup cab in there and it's just a different feeling todd bodine in the row truck right now. Running in the eighth position after starting the race back in the thirteenth spot. So boat on advancing five positions over the course of the first half of the race. No pitstops except for a couple by toby. Butler under this Caution flag winston kelly. Something different about this form of racing is we. Don't see that big flurry of activity under the yellow flag with the halftime. Break coming into play here now. With rose restrictions. We have that you can only change tires under that halftime situation. You don't have that flurry of activity trucks coming down pit road. We stepped into Kennedy shredders pit tim. The crew chief is talking to one of his crew members. Timmy you said you had some problems. the first half of the rice. All the truck was running real good. What type of changes did you make during that halftime caution. It seems like these trucks are at least star truck getting in the center of the corner. That thing didn't wanna turn real good and sent her out. The thing was loose so we decided to view of deals with the put a rear sway bar. We hooked it up and put some cross weight and try to get off the corner better right now. We didn't run long enough to know if we helped. But we didn't hurt it so we're all right. That's the word from tim. Mcveigh who the answered. Our second question to see if we had run long enough to see if the changes that they had made to try to tighten that truck up had made a difference. That's why we've heard from several team members that the truck is a little bit loose going in and tight coming off the corner or vice versa. So a lot of crews chasing their super trucks here tonight continuing cleanup from the seventh caution of the fast smart super truck shootout right now the lead being held by jeff bodine lap away from the restart and the fast supertruck shootout. We've completed now. Ninety two laps of one hundred fifty. Joe moore is with one of the drivers involved in the accident. That brought out the seventh caution. One of them went straight to the infield care center. Scott legacy out of the ambulance unresolved power walked inside their second amount. Now which miller survey the damage looks like it just about killed. It's dead unfortunately red ford credit. You know we. We didn't belong in the back then. I qualified it bagger so running back when you qualify backer but you get in trouble when you run back there. We need to learn to qualify out front. I need to survive one incident earlier on it was coming back to the field and again this is completely put you out but it looks like you're okay. We're fine like i say this thing's bleeding like crazy but but we'll fix it all right that's miller he's out. Well let's see if iran horrid can do anything with jeopardize this time as we get back Set to go under the green flag again. It's bodine fraught in second. is rod. Hornets third goes to terry labonte. Darrell waltrip is fourth and rounding out the top five. Is mike skinner as the super truck truck moves onto the pit lane. And we're going to have a start here and is the lap truck is geoff. Bodine right behind him his hor today and the green flag waving and jeopardy bodine comes up through the gearbox. He doesn't get away from this time but he's got the advantages. I go to turn one. Hornets drives indeed coming into the turn. You'll swing around the outside lane side by enter to. But i strong down low. Get out in front but horrid pushing the issue in three. He'll stay on the outside and they come to the turn inside outside for the lead. They've swapped it a couple of times among them already hornet. Can't get it done in the outside each swings behind boat. I looks to the inside across the start. Finish line won't be able to hook that up. Either meantime third-place terry the body trapped behind lap. Trucks john nemechek and sammy. Swint dow will block terry labonte. He can't get up to the front to the front to of pulled away by about ten truck links as they hit three. This time. Siamese went del gets advantage over john. Imaging interior body is able to slip by nemechek but he's losing ground with the leaders as come past start finish line. He swings down inside tried to get by sammy's swift dell bonnie with the fender down in low hill shuffled swindled the outside lane. Who opened that lane for. Darrell waltrip so postal body past the lab truck of swindle. Darrell waltrip now to the incidence. That's dan he to three. There are still some seventeen trucks on the lead. Lap is approached the one hundred lap mark field completing now left number ninety seven ninety six. They complete geoff. Bodine ron hornets terry. The body darrell waltrip. Mike skinner the top five rudman. The six place truck in traffic tried to work to the inside lane. But he can't lots of lap traffic there. He'll swing around one lap truck. That's the swindle truck. Now kenny schrader will fight with sammy cells. Enter turn three todd bodine right behind trainer. Ads raider gets the advantage over. Swindle right behind him as the ramming todd bodine. He's trying to make up. Some ground started thirteenth trouble off. Turnover four jerry. Glanville spins around out of traffic down onto the trial will grass separating the race track from the pit road. He doesn't even go a complete three. Sixty spot at ninety degrees sideways. Brought it back around onto the grass field passed by the coach continues on away and we'll stay under the green flag so the green flag continues to weigh boat. I'd comes back off the quarter now and like terry the bodies beginning to chase down those two in one another chase taking place for fourth. Mike skinner. Trying to put the pressure on darawashe coming into the turn. That is the battle for fourth spot on the backstretch here skinner. He'll poke chevrolet thousand inside. He's up along walter. Vitrine their dead covid to turn three skinner's going to get the advantage polling along with him he's gonna be joel rutland down to the inside. Rep gets even with darrell waltrip. A headed to turn number one fourth. Donald rutland will swing around and take the position coming into the turn. Darrell walked up stuck on the outside lane. We'll pull back down in line and keep ten trader him. Meanwhile everyone single file in the turn hick waltrip back to the six position put schrader in seventh is rodman wants more advances into the top five. He is in the fifth position. Running behind. schrader in seven. Is todd bodine in eighth. And a long ways. Back to derrick cope with nine johnny benson intent side by side for the eleven spot. You've got mike. Bliss racing there for position he's working alongside of a couple of other trucks. Mike list aloe got news truck. Working hard down low heels. Swing up off the turn a huge traffic just in front of them. It's the sammy swindell. Lap truck with perry pope and johnny benson junior cope side-by-side sammy's win dell. Why don't is johnny benson trying to break the top ten get inside but cole told him opposite. Go down to determine whether swindale the advantage on the inside meanwhile further up here in the body swung around rod horn today to take the second spot. He will swing around that position. Postal body. two seconds behind them. Darrell waltrip again trader. Side-by-side injured pre running for the six position schrader inside waltrip. A couple of veterans of racing many laps on this racetrack schrader pokes the nose of the truck. Out front of the start. Finish line walter. Pass the slam the door because todd bodine's got to try and follow schrader through bohdan will swing around the outside lane and try darryl on the high side. Vote is about his truck revved up. Darrell can't get back in line. He stuck in the lane with a clean shot in. Turn three but still air. Well it's worked for some trucks tonight. Let's work for todd. And he will clear the darrell waltrip truck. This time as they go by the start. Finish line wall tripoli's another position that's four. He's lost his. We return to green hair launch. Download trying to keep the block on from the laptop john. Nimick meanwhile checking at the front of the field terry the body in his truck down. Jeff levine fees on his back up in three ron. Hor today has faded from that. Do also now lombardi tried to get the lead away from jeff. Body looks low off turnover. Four not able to draw longside across the start. Finish line will poconos inside in one. He'll fall back in line instead. Gordon chevrolet battling poodle liepa turnover. Two levada can't do anything because bohdan is strong the ball to turn now coming at the entrance of number three. They have to go around so laugh. Traffic bonnie cannot make a pass. So what else is new. The body's is going for the lead at richmond. He tries the inside autodial. This time but godinez wings high keeps the advantage about a half truck league ahead as they go back into turn. Number one on is going to try the high side now coming into the turn. Has the inside lane completely blocked the body by taking that outside lane. We'll get the revs up rpm skyrocketing. Here he comes down to the inside. It's the battle for the lead in three code. I try not to leave any room. There terry nudge a little bit up the banking here. He comes down to the inside side by side off the quarter blind by a couple of inches at the start. Finish line though body though edges out in front and turn one. Bonnie pushes the button coming into the turn. He'll wash out a little bit. But i will try to take advantage of that. Swing down low but labontes. They're coming at the turn up three the front nose to tail but they've got to be careful today. S closing in jeopardy. I tried to get him loose off. The corner couldn't due to kenny. Allen's truck breaks lucille swing around and spent the end he collects. No one else. Everyone does a great job of getting by but kenny allen spinning in turn to his truck now at the bottom of the apron of turn to so cautioned number eight speedway as kenny allen spans. His truck at terry labonte gets the lead over. Geoff bodine ron hor. Today as they were battling get back in the mix but he was about three truck links. Back before this eighth caution of the evening as kenny allen spins off turned to less than a lap from going back to green. Dennis setzer is going to pull his truck behind the wall. He will join their. The latest retirees walker evans butch miller and scott legacy in an unscheduled pit. Stop for driver. Bill sedgwick running in fifteenth on the lead lap. winston kelly. Just shut the motor off on this truck. Not sure exactly what the problem is. It appears to an overheating problem on the front. They're checking the radiator water boiling out the front of the chevrolets truck so tough break for the former nascar winston west series champion. He'll be on the pit lane with the hood up as we get set to go back to green flag racing and terry labonte hits the pack and he comes up through that gearbox with geoff bodine right on the upper get away from bodine this time as swing down a deterrent number. One front to swing around the lab truck of john nemechek but nemechek stronger the inside he'll pull up alongside second-place jetboat. I'd they're doing that battling. And that's allowed terry labonte to pull away by about a truck length. The leader single file to the outside of that traffic. I clear the traffic. Now ron hornets up to the outside of the czech machine off of turnover. Four front three will now clear lap traffic. Then you've got next in line. Mike skinner who's caught back with some heavy lap traffic. Joe rudman and ken schrader also make it a little contact racing for the fifth position. Joe rutland had to force his way out in front of ken schrader. They were battling with the lapd truck of sammy. Swindell everything sorted out. Okay and now swift down and we'll battle the todd bodine's rodney tone. Three is held back behind john. Nemechek and chad little both those trucks running side beside. He's got to try to split across the start. Finish line can't do it. He's got into turn number one. Mike skinner did the smart thing by applying the brakes in front of the lap. Traffic racing double wide. Todd bodine now to the inside of one of the automobile says. They entered the turn. Mike skinner now working to the outside of chan little little contact in turkey three little now racing side by side with john nima they are not on the lead lap and skinner is try to stay in contact with the front three right on his tailgate. He has the fourth place truck. She'd be the fifth place truck of joe. Roman the sixth-place truck of ken schrader the seventh place. Chuck todd bodine all those trucks begin to rumble as we reach the late stages of this race. Let's go to pit road. i'm in the garage center. He just got back here with to the edge of the got loose or something like that. That's he's out tonight. So terry. Labonte continuously geoff. Bodine is second third horn today and mike skinner. After he got by that traffic trying to rally back in joe rutland who was running eighth as we had. The halfway is now back up to fifth. That's it come off turn four. so whatever rudman's crew did at the halftime break has worked and they've gotten that truck back on rails again now. The question is does rodman have enough laps to close in on the front view without help from a caution flag. Here's ken schrader. Try to clear lap traffic in one. You works to the inside of chad. Little coming up number. Two shredder is strong on the inside. He will swing around the truck that opens the lane for todd. Bodine's batat cannot take advantage of that increase so the top six trucks cleared lap traffic now and they go past the start. Finish line with the body holding about a truck league over. Geoff bodine here. They come back into the corner. Everyone single file now on the front. Three trucks. Third-place ron today closing up on jeff. Bone i for second ornate. Swing a little wide of number to trying to track down second-place jetboat. Let's pause ten seconds for station identification on our end radio. The voice of nascar racing when the leader terry labonte comes back off number four and crosses the start finish line. He'll complete number one twenty. There'll be thirty laps to go in the fast bart super truck shootout. Mri radio with live coverage. For you from richmond. Virginia tonight the first of a tripleheader weekend of nascar racing from the capital city tomorrow night. The nascar busch series on a like two fifty live at seven fifteen eastern time that following our coverage of bush pole qualifying for the winston cup. Teams we'll be here at five thirty eastern time with that and then saturday night. The miller four hundred from here in richmond for the nascar winston cup series that broadcast also beginning at seven fifteen eastern time. Right now we have a total of fifteen fifteen trucks on the lead lap. Close in on the finish here at richmond. Setting them for you terry. The body the race leader. Geoff bodine second. Ron hornby third. Mike skinner fourth and joe rodman fifth sixth. This can trader todd bodine. Seventh darrell waltrip running in the eight spot with derek. Cold running in the ninth position and tenth is mike. Bliss johnny benson is eleven. Jack sprague runs twelfth. Thirteenth is rick corelli. Fourteenth is hermes sadler. Steve porting gay runs in the fifteenth spot. And that's the last truck on the lead lap as today is trying to rally back against jeff bodine as they come off turn to or today lost about three or four truck positions but now he's coming back and jeopardise seems to be closing just a little bit ontario body bodine's having his problems coming off turn twos can't seem to get the bike. Fillipponi gains a little bit more to go to turn one thunder rumbling down low ron. Has that chevrolet coming into the turn. But i in isn't coming off the turn like he was in the earlier now but slips into here's a look at the inside and report puts the block on hornet as try the outside or today runs right into turnover. Three heartbe zips up along the outside of bodine's four. They'll come fender defender off the corner hornets by inches at the start. Finish line this for the second spot today. Tried to edge in line in one day will smith around and take the second spot but still on the outside lane. Bodine's ticket down low but off the turn. Tuck in single file. He'll fall right in behind. Ron hor today and turn three and again jeff. I lose a little bit off. Turn number two. But he's trying to rally back turned before the body these to raise to gain more positions on them as they go into turnover. It's still want hor today but jeopardize rotties bumper. But i look to the inside coming into the turned. Bunny can't make the move is strong midway through the turn and especially coming up off. Turn to the punches. The button he'll send sites on the leader tearing the body cautioned waving at the start. Finish line it. Looks like the engine chad. Little struck has gone up in a plume of smoke and the yellow flag is waving for oil on the race track. It'll come out on lap number one twenty six for oil going into turn number. One apparently often engine failure on chad little struck and that lead terry. The body had is now gone. He had an eight tenths of a second advantage on ron horn. Today that will all disappear plus throw some lap traffic into the mix on a restart and they're going to have to light it up and do it all over again as we continue to close further and further towards the finish but we haven't had That many engine failures tonight that The first one of that nature that we've had tonight in a talking about the gears that they put in these trucks before the race. Some of these trucks are most of turning eighty five hundred. Rpm with these limited compression engines allen. I think they've done a pretty good job tonight for this big race track that are normally running on and getting the gearing down on this race track was difficult because the tire was a different size than a lot of the teams tested on here but they've adapted very well and chad little will become the sixth truck to fail to finish. Tonight's fast mart. Supertruck shoot out terry. The body try to wrap up a win about set to go back to green flag racing. The green will wave on lap number. One thirty twenty laps to decide the fast mart. Super truck shootout in richmond. Virginia terri leib. Hold off ron today. Jeff boat. I mike skinner and joe rodman. He's got the rodney combs lap truck down of his inside calms down. Inside outside terry labonte and here he comes up through the gearbox again he gets a jump on horrid only about a truck length this time as it go back into turn number cleared the cold truck but ron horn. Today has not clear to me yet. He's in the outside lane now. He will swing around combs. So put the lap truck of rondi combs behind second-place ron today or are they now closes up on the back. Bumper of terry labonte in three chipotle is settling in behind. Combs struck for now. Here's hor today pressing the inside off of turnover. Four trying to get fender up underneath terry. The bodies quarter panel won't be able to do it. They'll fall back in line single file. They raised a one. Meanwhile third plants shepherd on. He's trying to get by the lap truck of rodney combs he will be alongside him as they exit number two. Meanwhile take try the inside lane gone. Lose contact with the vanni side. Side-by-side lawn today is hungry. He wants that lead. He wants this win. He needs to win to gain points that he's trying to get a by terry body but he can't do it as a co cross. The line are dead either. Going to turn number one to chevrolet side-by-side battling for the top spot. It's tearing the body on the outside with ron. Who today on the inside or today. A strong down low. he'll reach out. By about a truck length meanwhile bonnie rambles back on the outside. They're still side-by-side give. Ron hornet a credit for leading one. Thirty one here. They come off the corner this time. It'll be terry the body at one thirty two who edge out in front by about a foot. they're side by side again in one. Nobody give an inch at the at the front of the field. Now horn today will edge out the frontal lobe body and he'll swing around to take the lead gets lucic and he's got a squirrel out of the inside to miss lebanon. He will not collect everyone stay straight. Nobody has the advantage up to turn or today's world wide offer to almost collected body but the body is going to get the advantage. Come off turn number four by a league now as gets wide is going to turn number one while that. Battling what's going on it's allow third-place geoff bodine in fourth place. Mike skinner to close in their on those detail. Off the turn single file turnover to tear at the head of the field ron horn jeff bodine and mike skinner skinner with the lap truck of rodney combs behind him. Then joe rudman. Ken schrader and todd bodine all in order before another lap truck that sammy swindell side by side for position. Darrell waltrip derek cope. We follow the leaders back to one year. They go back into the turn watching that battle. between derrick. pope and darrell waltrip cope. Get that spot coming into the turn. Darrell waltrip holding down. The inside lane is johnny benson junior. The lab truck tries to swing around him. Everyone keeping in single file formation working to the inside of traffic in pre as we pointed out only a couple seconds separated the winners this year. That was at indy earlier. Terry labonte has lead now over rod. Today john horn today tried to shut down the distance coming into the turn. And he's going to do it just by a little bit off the turn four today. Now has his sights set ontario body to truck link separate positions one two or three buddies single file. Nobody close enough to make a move among the front six now. Derek coleman athletes. Darrell waltrip in by a couple of feet johnny benson clearing lab traffic. He's intent running in the eleven spot. Is mike list wealth on the race. Track is jack. Sprague those trucks in heavy traffic in one. Jack sprague right behind. Mike bliss coming into the turn their working around the lab truck of mike chases they exit turnover two. Meanwhile further up darrell. Waltrip has lots of inside of jericho. He cannot complete that. Pass their waterboard of the trucks that have slid back there this sector the races right on the bumper off derek. Come off turn four. But he can't make the past. Topaz it straight waltrip down the inside this time. Trying to make the moves to go to turn one darrell waltrip nettie finger coming into number two and he still get that inside lane kopecks. Good up. i'll turn number two. Although he slips this time darryl is not able to take advantage of that hill. Stay behind pope in turn three jerry. The body appears to be spreading his advantage on ron horn today. Who is spreading his advantage on. Geoff bodine bodine's got company in the form of skinner in one. Good red chevrolet closing in from the exide batteries four now skinner drifts way wide and turn over to the truck broke loose on him. He did a great job of chasing it up the banking. Meanwhile battled for the hornets into the inside of lebanon. Lebanese seemed to have a comfortable lead. He has now lost it. As ron hor take steps by on the inside here comes body to rally back on the inside holidays try to him off they touches they go into turn dead even at one side by side but will take the top spot in the body. Just wanted to turn as their they make contact up of two hundred. Eight gives a nuts to the back. Bumper of body body has to fall in single file hornets right behind them and both on the back end either of those trucks getting off turnover to very well right now. It might just be. Who has the advantage on the last lap. Low body in hornet a now with company from geoff. Bodine is back to over one nine laps to go or to the inside of chevrolet and now they touch today. What are they struck spins around and they'll see outside retaining wall up off the turn hornets now. We'll drift down the bank right in front of heavy heavy traffic. Everyone hard on the brakes born of is able to drive off the tenth caution flag ron holiday spins in front of geoff. Bodine the two trucks made contact with goes around. Couldn't tell whether you made much contact with outside wall or not allen. But it's going to hurt ron holidays point. Chances as he comes by the start finish line yes. He does have some damage to the rear the tailgate especially of his truck so holidays crews got to have some work to do because they've got clear that left fender from the tire hoarded erasing for the second spot with geoff bodine boat. I was in third look to the inside of horn day in one. Hornets came down feeling. He had the advantage. Maybe not seeing bodine but there was contact between the right front corner of bodine's truck in the left rear of hornets as horrid. Today ends up edging into the outside wall in two and we go under caution now inside of ten laps to go. The field is going to come off of turnover four and complete lap number one forty three so there are seven laps left to go in this race. Let's get a report from the iran hor today pits. Winston kelly is there. Doug record and the krugman. Talking iran hornets miami came by us. We saw pretty substantial damage to mostly the left. Rear truck lit of that automobile of that truck as he came by us. There's a little bit of damage on the right rear of the truck as well as he's pulling down here and it's jim phelps mentioned this is going to hurt his points championship significantly he mining three points out of the lead. Only forty eight back. Second-placed joe rudman this fraught directly. This pushed back in the lamp rare of this red white and green frog peeling it away on the left side. They're trying to pull it back from this rare tire now. Doug record was telling today to pull off now. They've held him on a little bit. They're going to send him back out. Lost a lot of aerodynamics but again is pushed on the left rare the truck. Another fifteen trucks on the lead lap here. We're inside of ten laps to go so when they restart they'll start with those fifteen lead lab trucks in single file formation at the head of the pack so that may minimize some of the damage to hornet a in terms of giving him an opportunity to get up through traffic in the last five or so laps of this race. It's also gonna put. Geoff bodine right ontario bodies back bumper. They'll go at it for the win. Never know mike. Skinner running in third. If he can miss the rack might come out as as the winter this race. You never know what the way. We've seen the finish of these things this year. The trucks have really gotten the basics of their biggest pause. Been off turn to the scanner. Just while ago was closing in all at once he went up toward the ball tournament. Too same thing happened to terri. Leib body and let's go to pit. Road neighbors indies croce on jeff. Bodine's truck he's been talking to him. It was a little bit loose a little earlier on the truck. The truck saying today just a little bit loose earlier. Now just come back what. He's what's he say. He's complaining that little bit loose but it seems to be coming back to him. A little bit Those guys seem to become a back to us by the time we get this cleaned up. It looks like we're going to have to three laps for a real quick geico. And i go for it. So we'll see what happens. That's the word from. Dave resembles who drives us supertruck. Win jeff but is not available and right. Now he's serving as crew chief on it. Gary hart who's a crew chief. Ontario bonds dupont chevrolet truck sitting here. He's been talking to him. Do you have enough to hold them off here. Well i don't know i'll tell you. The sixteen trump was pretty strong. Vote under gary him but we don't. We're not sure about boden as the word from gary. Dr he's gonna roll the dice. Hope they have enough to hold off. Jeff but i five laps to go terry. The body following the pace truck down into turnover one. They've just crossed the start. Finish line under caution with five laps left in the fast mart super truck shootout when we go back to green they will go single file with the lead lap trucks at the head of the pack. All fifteen of them ron horn today will start fifteenth in line. You're running behind terry labonte. You've got jeff bodine mike skinner. Then joe rodman. Ken schrader now. V six now belongs to todd. Bodine's seventh is derek. Hope darrell waltrip. Is a mike. Bliss johnny benson now showing tenth eleventh. Is jack sprague. Running twelfth in line will be the truck of rick carelli. Hermes sadler thirteenth. Steve port enga- fourteenth. And then ron horn today in the fifteenth position. Those fifteen trucks single file at the head of the line as the field comes off number four to complete the one hundred forty six th lap. There are now four laps to go in the race. This track is so wide allen that you can't really block a guy here like you kennedy martinsville or wilkspur because so much track with. So that's the thing that ron today i think was trying to do. Geoff bodine's kind of pitch him off a little bit and you really got to be faster. The guy here go to right now. The nascar officials working with the team crew chiefs and spotters to try and align the restart order giving the signal for the lead lap trucks to begin moving towards the front and get in their position so we can turn them loose now field working with now four laps to go. They'll come back around. It looks like we're probably going to have Two or three labs shootout to the finish of the race. And it'll be very very interesting to see terri. The body and jeff. I going at it for the win. A couple of winston cup guys basically nothing to lose not try to protect any points as far as going for this win. And then you've got all mike skinner's sitting back there and third the series point leader. Who would like nothing more than to come out of this race with a padded advantage. Remember that Butch miller the fourth place drivers had trouble also the third place drive around horn today. Just having trouble for this last caution he does have joe rudman his second-place drive a right in his tailgate. But an opportunity anyway to thin out the ranks of those pursuing him a little bit if he can have only one truck to deal with right now but his forty six points behind the points leader. Mike skinner but like you said if the first two trucks get a little overaggressive mike skinner has it all to game seven of the year if he like you said avoid wreck one forty seven on the board one hundred fifty makeup the race. They've been given the one to go signal when the field comes off of turnover for next time by they'll get the green flag for a two lap shootout to the finish of tonight's race. They call it the fast mart. Super truck shootout. They're going to get stat two laps scramble to green the white and the checkered flags the see who will visit victory lane for the very first time in a nascar super truck here at the richmond. International raceway terry the body. Geoff bodine mike skinner. Joe rodman and ken schrader. That's the first five then. Todd bodine derek cope. Darrell waltrip mike. Bliss and johnny benson. We're set to decide it. And here comes terry. Body up through the gearbox. It gets a just a little bit of advantage over that bodine rallies back is headed to turn up one only a half truck link behind single file working into the turn. It's jeopardize taking a look down low. He's up all the back. Bumper of terry labonte here. They come up off turn to vote. I cannot make a move further back. One truck breaks loose. that's mike skinner almost collects. The outside wall drives away does not make contact years boat. I carry the bodies left. Rear quarter panel bodine dives underneath at the white flag. It's a dead heat. Lombardi by inches boat is inside of them. The last lap either turn number one the final time coming into turn up her to slip to the inside to the outside to make a little contact upturned upper two they touch again halfway down the backstretch now the entrance of three. It's a dead heat inside. Look to the outside harry. Low body washes out just a little bit. Jeopardizing gets a little bit of an advantage. They come off the going to be coming up in the is going to win the petty slide. Terry body will win his first super truck race of the year and it was about two feet over the body just edging the front bumper chevrolet out in front of jeff bodine after they ran side by side for the entire white flag. Lock on other thrilling nascar super truck series. Finish and terry lee body is going to victory lane. We'll hear from him and the other top finishers as we continue our coverage from richmond. Virginia now scarred today continues on m. r. n. rio a wild finished the bass mart. Supertruck shoot out at richmond. International raceway a green white checker situation with geoff. Bodine terry the body running side by side over the entire final lap and the body is gonna come away the winner by about eighteen inches taking his first nascar super truck series by craftsman win jetboat. I move it a second mike. Skinner third joe rotman fourth. Ken schrader grab a top five. Finish he will come home in the fifth position on the cool down lap after the checkered flag ron hornets pulling alongside geoff bodine on the pit lane bumping a couple of times korte took his car to the gas pump area and is down there right now instead of taking his car to the garage where he should have so obviously hor today upset over the incident on lap where he bowed i made contact and he spun out in turn over to joe more is down at the gas pumps the two drivers are standing here at the gas pumps right now. It's kind of discussing this or doing it as gentlemen no pushing shoving anything going on like that geoff. Bodine climbed from my. His truck has pulled over to talk with them. Jeff pretty exciting race here. This evening you almost came up just a few inches short. I'm really disappointed. Ranch are good in the first half and then got underneath teri. And i'm going to get any but he's pretty strong and they had a good truck tonight. Obviously you want to race but it was good close race in hornet. I just talked a little different idea on what happened down there. He was wide and cut down and there was some oil down there. And that's why they put caution outta and they put the speed right now. But i mean all all. It was a good race brand new truck for us. We're like to have in victory lane. But congratulations terry fans enjoyed this race. This is what super truck races all about. And i'll tell you. It's this way every week i that story from jeff. Oh dan. He finished his second from ron horn. Today and just a moment. We'll i'll guarantee you the fans got their money's worth tonight. Well i'd say there's a happy bunch of folks done in victory lane less visit with winston kelly. Getting congratulations from general manager. Jimmy johnson i tell you back at richmond terry labonte back in victory lane. There's gary hart talking to him terri. i'll tell you that was a wild last lap. Tell us about it. It really was got the green and it seemed like it took my truck a couple of apps get going good and jeff got alongside me and went and turned through there and i thought winning a little little too hard and i slid up a little bit to be able to get the getting throttled video back to the line so it was a great run for us. Our sponsor dupont all the people. Gmac valvoline all the all the guys that help us on the super trucker just before halftime break so to speak. The truck seem to be backing up just a bit. What type of changes did you make. We make some chassis adjustments. Everything was off a loose coming off the corner and it got to wear with push in the center and year in the guys worked on it there and they told me is going to be good and and They were right. You're doing triple duty this week in anything that you can. Par lay from driving here in the super truck to the bush national and the winston cup races this weekend. Well the bad thing about it. We were on three different tires every night. If it was the same. I'd say you know something might really carry over. But the bush cars a little bit different than the cup cars a little bit. Different too but I think our our bush handled awful good today. We didn't qualify as good as we hope to. But i think we'll have a good night back here at richmond and a familiar face taylor bonnie in victory lane here. The craftsman super truck series race. Tonight up all the different forms of nascar racing over the last couple of years of the body has been one of the most successful of all these one nascar busch series races. He's one nascar winston cup series races here tonight at richmond. He visits victory lane and a nascar super truck series by craftsman event terry the body winner of the fast mart supertruck shootouts go back to joe more. I'm worth ron horn. He's walking up at the truck here on your version of what happened there when you're racing for second we got up terrier and i'll running side by side there you know and we've got a little on the track from somebody and they gave us a chance to run with us. You know Halfway into the race you couldn't even run with us. Strata behind and all of sudden Terry nicer recent side-by-side wide. You get only -tarian just look like geoff. Misses brake pedal or something. I don't know but it's a shame you know here. We're running for points We're just to run in front of that three truck and see what can do really looking for the wind but we had the truck to win. doug richards the guys with this papa. John chevy done a great job. But i don't want to think about this one I don't know if i wanna cup racing or not. I don't know if i came down on him. Whatever but The back bumper just cover blue paint and it's shoved it all the way up to the the fuel cell so i couldn't tell you i tough break guerande. Certainly as a tough brooke break ron today since he was Third in the nascar super truck. Points. let's go back to winston. Kelly walking along beside mike skinner mike. It looks like you guys chase that truck all night long but it came on there at the imf. Good third place run. How about well. That's what we came here to do. Is you know we just need to top five these guys to death if we can. But i'll tell you the gm goodrich truck ran off the well tonight. The biggest thing wrong with that was the driver. Couldn't tell us crew what to do to fix it at halftime so we just had to make a decision. I think we went the wrong way but it was my own fault because i didn't know which way to tell them to go so we'll do a little bit better at martinsville. Hank we've got a few more laps of experience there and we do here still nothing to sneeze at six wins this year. Another top five for points leader. Mike skinner and we calculated. Skinner will come away with a fifty one. Point lead over. Jill ruttman at the conclusion of tonight's richmond fast mart super truck shootout. Gary d. hard gonna take home. The thousand bucks from plastic haute the officials spray paid of nascar the plastic quality. Finish award winning crew chief. There will collect that money tonight. Jeff bodine let it halfway. He picked up the thousand dollar gatorade front runner award couple of other awards to be handed out Still being determined the feather light trailers long-haul award and the visor brands super deflector award will pass those along with you. If we get the results before the end of our broadcasts back to the garage. And with the ken schrader over here truck out his shirt off cooled off a little bit. Drink some gatorade. Kim great rice a fifth place. Finish not bad tonight. Yeah you know we were just play struck. The only problem place in ron has trouble but we were happy. You know this only fifth truck race. We've been adding truck ran. Good we just need just a little better. We feel pretty good. You know that was that was schrader race and then move is out there and that was you know the hendrick truck and the children's truck geoff bodine's truck so we felt like we was in some good company like fun. Ken schrader finish fifth. Well joe redman is lucky. It away fell back and he rallied back. He's only fifty one points back winston kelly. We're still looking to catch up with joe. Rodman we just saw ernie irvan jimmy smith and the crew pushing it back toward the garage area. They didn't know where he was. Earning kinda joking with a saying way. He's a little bit tired. He may be passed out in his truck so We'll go chase him down in the garage area. So we'll hear from joel rodman and gave you the complete finishing order of tonight's race get you set for tomorrow. Night's nascar busch series action as we continue from the richmond international. Raceway this radio. Tonight's nascar super truck series by craftsman. Race at richmond is in the book. Terry the body is the winner. Geoff bodine finishing second. Mike skinner third and a good run for joe rudman. He finishes fourth tonight. Let's hear from him. Just like mike. Skinner you guys chase that truck on long as well but you made a major league adjustments there at halftime mark and brought it back. What were they well. I don't think the boys at tell me because they probably thought i was going to scare scare me bit. You know. Jimmy smith in a felony malaria. Mack was helping us here in the pits to and ernie and in everyone. I really don't know at this point. Who was involved in making the changes but it was Really fantastic move. Whatever it was because they made a tremendous difference in I just want to tell my mom you know we the phone. Because i'm gonna phone one eight hundred collect and please please please please please accept it. What were the tendencies of the truck before and after the halftime mark. That made the change. Well it was it was it was pushy. And lewis in doing all kinds of terrible things and and we did have a little problem with the hit. Some raw warped roller rudders in the front end when you when you really worked on the brakes on a restart kind of the front and i couldn't get a rhythm going right off the bat i mean. That's we got beat Just only little thing that we could have changed to make it better We were we belong to where we should have been You know we. We couldn't have passed mike By the got close enough. I tried to bump him no surprise that they came back. The brain trust of the robert gates crew. Larry mcreynolds robert gates in there helping jimmy smith and ernie urban joe rodman comes back forth. Don't think the competition to win that first super truck series championship isn't hot joe rodman. They're saying if he could have got close enough to mike. Skinner to bump demisch chasing in for the series championship. Final finishing orders. Let's take a look at it. Young john kinder- will finish thirty eight walker evans. Thirty seven this evening. Scott legacy an accident finishes thirty six bush. Better tough tonight. Thirty fifth going in thirty fourth position than i was dennis setzer in that dodge and thirty third bill cedric truck and thirty second chat little and thirty first gary say demont in the thirty second position r. Excuse me thirtieth position was Truck driven by t. J clarke this evening and twenty ninth goes to ron keselowski. Twenty eighth was mike. Chase twenty-seventh what to the young driver. Tommy archer going and the twenty six position was the gallon spun out earlier this evening. Going in twenty fifth position this evening was todd massey. Twenty third position or twenty fourth position was bugs harefield. Virginia driver and going in twenty third position was the bob. Reebok truck twenty-second position finishing tonight coach. Jerry glanville twenty-first straight twenty finisher will be toby butler finishing nineteenth. There's john nemechek. Eighteenth finisher tonight. Rodney combs junior seventeenth will belong to sammy. Swindell with rodney combs. Finishing in sixteenth fifteenth will be where ron hornets ends up. Fourteen deport engaged thirteenth. Herbie sadler the twelfth finisher. Rick carelli eleventh is. We're johnny benson ends up the tenth. Finishers jack sprague. Finishing ninth is where mike bliss. Finishing eighth darrell. Waltrip ended up there tonight finishing in seventh position. That'll be derek cope in sixth. was todd. bodine finishers ken schrader. You heard from joe. He finished fourth. Mike skinner finished third. Second was geoff. Bodine and terry the body finished in the first position. He is celebrating still in victory. Lane the photos in the pictures and so on all being taken. So that wraps up the super truck series portion of the tripleheader here at richmond. Tonight tomorrow night. We'll be here for a couple of different things first. We'll have coverage busch pole qualifying for you at five thirty eastern time followed by the nascar race the auto lite to fifty seven fifteen eastern time. 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#759: (Pt. 2) Top 10 Films of 2019

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#759: (Pt. 2) Top 10 Films of 2019

"What kind of show you guys putting on here today. We're not interested in going to do this thing going to have a conversation mm-hmm station from Chicago. This is film spotty on Joshua's and I'm at him one seventy five cents in the move but I mean I mean the movie. I'm Sharon Tate Sharon Sharon Tate Jimmy Hoffa Adolf Hitler as a ten year olds imaginary best friend. Just a few of the famous names memorably resurrected on the big screen in two thousand nineteen that that was Margot Robbie as tate in Quentin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood this week on the show we continue our countdown of the top ten films of Twenty nineteen including our picks for the best. I films of the year all that and more. You're okay with me taking off my shoes and just putting my feet up here Josh Lovett. I had unfilled spotty. Welcome to film spotting and welcome to part two of our top ten films of two thousand Nineteen Roundtable. We are thrilled to have back with us. Michael Phillips how are you Michael. I'm good thanks. Thanks vested ready to talk I pill I feel rested and I get a little shoulder pain from a from injury. Yeah at the halfway point the masseuse comes in I suffered. Yeah I I suffered during A. I think I was trying to swing Josh. At one point I was going to say shoulder pain from talking. I just heard some dopey opinion talk with their hands. I know that and that's Tasha Robinson. Of course Tasha thank you so much for coming back our six of the podcast. Yeah we have discussed eight hundred sixty four films we liked. We're looking at the other nine hundred this year coming up shortly accurate accurate very accurate last week on the show we focused on our out liar pixies or movies that were unique to our individual top ten list this week. It's what we're calling the consensus picks though as you'll hear in a moment a little bit of a misnomer because these things can never just line up perfectly. We do want to quickly recap the the movies we talked about last week on the show Tasha. You're the big winner with five movies as outliers. You were the only one who loved these movies that much which is to say. Some of US didn't appreciate these films but we didn't appreciate him quite as much as you did. Those titles were I did not realize I was winning but I will take this win They were wild rose the drama about the Scottish woman who wants to be a country and western singer. I lost my body. The French animated drama about a severed hand. Making its way through Paris Chris. The Documentary Hail Satan about the rise of the political group the Satanic Temple. Honey boy the style of movie where he plays his own father and tells his own. The story and the nightingale a harrowing rape revenge drama from Jennifer Kent Director of the Obama Duke tied for second place. Michael and Josh Michael Will Start with you. Four titles else that were outlined four titles ashes pure swathes Uson case great gangster film one child nation a terrific documentary About a filmmaker who goes back to her home village in China to explore the consequences of the government's one child policy that affected everybody in her family and her village waves the drama Rahmah from trae Edwards Scholtz his third feature and a great streak of threes on NFL. Nobody saw nobody knows present. Perfect from school of the the art institute graduate and it's a wonderful Colli picture of about a youtube stars in China and just come into the lives we learn about through all this phone footage Josh. You're foreign. I had Clerides highlife. Joanna Hogg's the Souvenir Takeaway. TD's Joe Joe. Rabbit and Pedro Element over Spain and glory so my top ten list. Apparently very boring and predictable. I only had three outliers. Safdie brothers Uncut Gems starring. Adam Sandler. Her was my number nine choice. Alex Perry's her smell starring Elizabeth Moss one of the best performances by an actress. This year I think was my number seven choice and I had James. Gray's Astra Astra starring Brad Pitt at number six. If you would like to see those full list and our rankings you can find it at home. Spotting Dot net and if you miss part one of our top ten countdown you can find that show at film spotting dot net or wherever you. Listen to podcasts again. This week our consensus fix we do have one one film that made all four are left and right near the top of all of them. Josh just had to throw it off had to go. I didn't know we were a little a little bland different and the number one spot to conform and get one took predictability. They're headed for winning here but there worth three other movies. That made three of our listen. If you made two we do have a couple that were outliers. Essentially they only appeared on one list but they certainly feel like films that belong in a conversation about the best films of the year. We're going to start with those and I have to admit I put at least this first one on the consensus show. Because I need to hear everyone's excuse for leaving it off We're going to start with the big one and I have some help here matt singer from screencrush Dot Com and formerly of the film home spotting. Svu podcast is going to help me set it up L. O.. Film spotters. This is Matt Singer calling in with my pick for the best movie of Twenty Nineteen and it is Quentin Turn Tinos. Once upon a time in Hollywood. The last time I watched it I really noticed how important sunsets are in the movie. Like the one over the Hollywood hills in the beginning of the film. When Rick Dalton Cliff booth are leaving their meeting with Marvin Schwa- AUSE sunsets typically suggest endings in movies in the movie business? sunsets are also a magical time literally. It's called the magic hour and that's kind of what I've taken to calling the film itself once upon a time in Hollywood is Quentin Tarantino's magic hour community the sun is going down on Rick's fading career and maybe this entire era of Los Angeles history he represents and maybe the on Quentin Tarantino's career to but they're still a little bit of light left. Thanks guys have a great twenty twenty. Thanks to met singer for that. His number one film of the Year Quentin Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood my number five film of Twenty nineteen and he talks about sunsets. That's maybe the best sequence in that film is at sunset when we see all the lights of the various restaurants and clubs flicking on just as that hour turns. And I'm really jealous hearing that talk about seeing once upon a time in Hollywood again because there's only one movie on this list in fact there's only one movie from twenty nineteen. We'll get to that title in a little bit that I've seen more than once. I really don't get a chance to revisit these films as I'm cramming so many movies in at the last minute and if I I was GonNa Watch once upon a time in Hollywood again I would be most excited to see Leonardo DiCaprio's trailer meltdown. After he's forgotten his lines and that I love to watch his character Dalton's on camera redemption that follows I'd love to see Margot Robbie joyously watching herself. Sharon tate in this case on the big screen at a movie theater when her film opens Brad Pitt Making Mac and cheese in his trailer with his dog. Hey and maybe even taking his shirt off and while he decides to fix something on the roof I'd love to revisit Tarantino's use of sound in the movie The soundscape of TV shows and radio radio broadcasts newscasts all that pop culture. That's connecting everyone. No matter what your background or your classes in Los Angeles and yeah I'd WanNa Watch that. Did he really just do that. Climax and see if the fantasy that follows is as slyly poignant for me as it was the first time I am. I think Tarantino to go to Matt's word there's there's magic in cinema for Tarantino and this film at least he feels it does and I think he convinced me it has the power to resuscitate and to restore. I don't think we covered this Josh. During our review one of my favorite scenes in the movie is is the one where Pitt's character goes to the old spahn ranch where the Manson family is hanging out and wants to see. What's going on with someone who I used to know the guy who ran the spahn ranch back when they used to shoot? TV shows there. He was a stuntman. They're participating in those shoots and Tarantino inner cuts that whole. We'll suspenseful sequence pit getting out of his car going to the house confronting the various women and some of the men of the Manson family. Intercut that with a showdown seen in the western that DiCaprio's character is filming and you see a lot of the similarities. It's almost like a Western showdown where it's getting out of his car. And you see his shoes the same way. You'd see those boots Russell along the floorboards of his along his moccasins. In this case right for Pitt's character but it's the set sat here. That's a movie set that he would have executed a lot of the same kind of moves and then shooting a similar type of movie that DiCaprio's character is shooting in that moment. And he's doing it where he's facing off with a bunch of hippies do that. That's not my car. That's my bosses card somewhere to happen. My boss is card. Well I get in trouble lucky for you. He's got a spare it doesn't have the the grandiosity of those Hollywood westerns would've would've had that he was participating and even if they were just on TV. There's something almost tragic about watching pits cliff booth have to confront those characters. Something less goble about it and none of it makes any sense in this. New World is changing. La Landscape is changing culture where there was a certain sense of rules rules to those productions. You understood who the good guys were and who the bad guys were and what everyone was after. What their motivations were who's even in charge and there's no sense what's that anymore? Everything is in flux. Everything is chaos and you're watching characters like cloth and Rick Dalton tried to navigate that new terrain so between the filming of Robert Richardson and some of the best performances of the year with pit in Dicaprio once upon a time in Hollywood definitely one of the films of the year. Tougher me actually to slotted down at number five and we have to go around and and offering a makeup away. It's not our top set yes it can muster any guilt about why ten sorry okay this Gillians reminder for me that my love of formalist Quentin Tarantino of opening scene of inglorious bastards. Quentin Tarantino is forever going to come up against my hatred for sloppy immature self pleasing Quentin Tarantino end of or really the action climax of Inglorious Bastards Quentin Tarantino. There's a middle segment in once upon a time in Hollywood where wreck sits down with a child actress us and the entirety of that sequence their initial meeting their dialogue. Together his breakdown over where he sees himself In his career his subsequent shooting his malfunction after that his return to the set after that that entire sequence is a of an absolutely perfect. The miniature movie in the middle of all this but there are sequences in this movie. That feel just as as sloppy disorganized and I will say amateurish to me as that feels controlled and well-crafted and beautiful for me in particular the ending of this movie at least the again action climax ax is just a complete mood killer. It's a mood killer and it kills everything for me that I find quality and impressive about at this film in part. It's because I think it's disrespectful To a real life tragedy in part. It's because I think it's just sort of badly done. It's comedic and over the top and sloppy in a way that most of the rest of the film is but more than anything. It is a trick that we've seen him do twice before with Django. unchained chained inglorious bastards. If feels uncreative to me it feels like he's in an extremely predictable. Rut where he's just playing the same card over and over again and how the same man can write this incredibly tense and humanistic fluid dialogue where where people just bare their souls or were they tried to engage in things that matter to them and they fail and we see the drama of that how the same man can do that and turn around and t he over word. The the horrible destructive death of of living people. I'd just I find it so hard to reconcile those two men and yet I have to over and over. We're in the same movie. Yeah that's a that I wouldn't even put into my top fifty. I mean I think I think it's a pretty good Tarantino movie most of the way and and that's and that's really the the work of a of a of a arrested adolescent sensibilities not really an adult and I know that sounds miserably condescending. There I go you know And then the ending yeah. I absolutely agree with everything she just said. I think I think it's I think it plays You know tragic recent history of falsely in a way that just feels cheap and stupid to me and and it's not I know it's a fantasy I know it's a lot of things but You know we we already got it with inglorious bastards I I just I just you know maybe it hit me wrong with the whole metoo thing. I just felt like these. He's too. It's such a movie you know in a way that I don't really love I love some of the disappear nostalgia. In the scene setting in the in the evocative atmospheres is fears is great and you know it shows what what a talented director. Yes with about one hundred million dollars can do and also. Interestingly director who was Shunned all digital practical stuff. I don't think there's any digital effects in this film I think it's all or at least the overwhelming majority of it is all just just you know good old fashioned expensive production design and I like that I I I have an astounding for that. Just like he has an analogy for because fading old Hollywood of that of that era and I grew up on all the same damn TV shows. I'm roughly his age a little older. But it's You know custodial jobs factors very strong with picture and of course and and the thing. That's a little tragic to me. TASHA is that it. It is that ending that Ah You know the the the big action climax ending which to me you know undoes most of the picture but it but it absolutely ensured the commercial success of you know it did. I mean it. Wouldn't you know that film if it didn't have that pay off. I mean that's the thing I don't like sure I'd go there. Well let me one more thing. And then I'll L. L. O. yielded floors. Don't they say impeach renew the If if the picture had the had the nerve if Tarantino had the nerve to do do what say the the last five minutes of Bonnie and Clyde does which is. That's a film that has is rollicking really really unstable energy right and a and a lot of its comic for the two thirds of that film it gets darker and darker you know if that if he if Tarantino had found a way to actually just just kind of make the audience eat it with the real facts of what happened that night and somehow made that part of that film he made. Then then you'd have a movie no instead. Did you have two thirds of variety. I forget who it was said. You know two thirds of the film is on my top ten list. The the last twenty minutes is on the worst. My worst listen well. Oil Says I have mixed feelings about the ending of the film. That's why I was saying in my list of things I want to watch again. I WanNa see how that plays again. I was sort of aghast just the entire time that sequence plays out now. I think the payoff of it. which I won't get into but I think that final moment? That's the poignant moment I'm talking about the place in the driveway away after and there is some deserve it does he really deserve. There's something I found. I have to say very powerful about seeing those people on screen. Share that space together. It's something I can't believe I'm GonNa make this comparison but it's something akin to a moment in one of my favorite films from Dryer or debt. There's an ending to that film or something fantastic happens hooley fantastic miraculous or and I think something similar is going on here that I think only cinema Emma can do and I think that's what Tarantino was trying to suggest in in that sense. I bought it but the actual way everything that plays out with that Manson family in that horrible night. The way it's constructed. I WANNA watch it again. I WANNA watch it again and see how I react to it where I'm not in shock and we're also I'm not thinking about the fact that I did just see him. Do basically the same thing inglorious bastards which was in my mind the whole time I was watching it no doubt so. There's there's issues. I want to contend with with once upon a time in Hollywood but without having talked to really any quote unquote average moviegoer. Burn about what they liked about this movie or why did well at the box office. Don't people people want to hang out with Capri. Oh and pit the way we absolutely than any kind of absolute auto pay. Yeah we're still. We're still owed Josh mea culpa but before we found out that he's on my side for one. Oh still being brutalized by Josh. I just a couple of things Michael said that I don't WanNa get too far away from an lose. One is whether rick deserve that final moment. I don't think he does but I I don't I don't think that's the point. I I think so much of what goes on. This movie is about people. Don't necessarily get what they deserve. It's it's hollow. It's look it's a spin of the roulette and he's coming back someone else's moment to though that taking up exactly there's there's a lot going on there and I think whether whether Rick earned the ending that he gets isn't really a an important question for the movie but getting to the idea of Tarantino actually accurately he playing out history in that case I I am really straining to think of any time. He's shot violence in a way. That didn't have that. That tone of arrested rested matters. It matters there's some Abedin Django unchained that that's where I feel the violence. The most is in some of Django. UNCHAINED AIn't and I'm not by no means Tarantino apologists as I'll go ahead finish I'll explain. I'm I'm trying to think of. There's so much violence in that film. I'm curious which which specific sequence if you can if you can go to the tools of slavery and the like ti he. Yeah but it's all undone ten minutes later by some other by by by the antics comic sadism you know he's a sadist. He's you know as as are most talented. Hollywood directors are sadists hard. You know giggling status. Thank you some of those same terms to describe a lot of his filmmaking. So this is why. It's it's very strange that that not only I'm a green with Adam again but I'm not getting to play the Tarantino Villain because I usually do on this show Have many issues with a lot lot of his films. And I find this to be Something apart from what he has been doing most of them except for say. Jackie Brown this is a room innovative film. I think it's very thoughtful for him. Actually Michael at surprise me in that way but the best of his ability was that may be that way that may be but he was seriously precisely thinking about That time what's been lost from what he appreciated about it. And how that plays into the art that he makes And I don't know sloppy. Is it sloppy or is it generous to itself In the sense that what he's willing to let us just ride with Brad Pitt down the freeway listening to music and it doesn't necessarily serve a plot purpose so I can see how something like that might be considered sloppy but to me. That's not the kind of thing I'm talking about it. Okay I'm I'm talking about the Specifically how the violence is staged in a way that almost feels like keystone cops. kind of thing do not finale or previous. NFL Finale ridiculous over the top comic tone love of it. It conflicts with what what's actually going on so let me explain that leads to why it's not on my top ten. It's my number eleven again. This is a a really interesting film from Tarantino particularly. It's it's his third bass in my mind. If it didn't crack the top ten it probably has more to do with the film's ahead of it and and just how much I love those But I do have some questions. I have qualms I mean really if you're not if you don't have qualms while watching Tarantino movie you're probably not watching Tarantino movie correctly directly And a lot of them have to do yes with the violence and how it stage. That's become very familiar to me that I would expect if things are going to get that violent. That's how he's going to house also he's going to stage it and I'm not really comfortable with that either but for me. It goes down to the question of how admiring this movie wants us to be of reckon cliff and I thing which is endless boundless admiration I think that's overstating it a bit. I think it's more complicated but I think it ends up bounded. I think it does end up in that place. There is. We talked about it Adam this conservatism to the movie. Sure and what its relationship with that is and I I do think this world of Patriarchal Artistic Dominance that it depicts in that time it has a real soft spot for and and you if you have an issue with that and you couple it with the indulgence the Tarantino at his worst indulgence which I agree is there in that climax. You've got something kind of nasty And that's where some of my qualms are but that being inside Again the levels to which. It's not only just achieving this. Sit and hang with these characters vibe so elegantly like he hasn't done in a while for me Puts it in the category of one of his better films and makes it something that I'd actually movie worth reckoning. I would agree with that. It's worth seeing. I think it is probably probably in the top half of his but I'm not. He is not the kind of filmmaker from me that he is for many other people. And I'm not a huge fan either so it's just it's interesting to me that it struck me. That's why they're very specific about being your number three. I'M GONNA guess the number one and two and not necessarily in this order would be Jackie Brown reservoir dogs books both fiction pulp fiction. I can't say that reservoir dogs does have a fair bit of violence in it that that does seem to have stakes that he is taking seriously. That's just the last time I I can really remember it going that way. So first film I would i. I think it's I think it's has Django. unchained again. Has Those elements that are comic violence. But I think it's taking slavery more seriously in a way that inglorious bastards is taking a the violence that's going on there but like so many of his films uh-huh it's just seems to me. That Django unchained just such a better job of communicating emotional violence than it does physical violence while they're in your twine for me in that movie. I they're not only saying I wish there were more intertwined and more of his. How about we move onto movie? That has no violence in it whatsoever. We can all agree on that This one also perhaps hops abortion violence of a type. Maybe it's a movie that is very high on your list Tasha and you're the only one who has it not only this high but on your list and we're going to get a little bit of help from a listener who thinks it's the best movie of the Year High Admin Josh. This is Nick from Bloomfield Hills Michigan. And I'm calling in to talk about my favorite the twenty nineteen. I watched long's a farewell three times and I'm still so impressed. By the way is able to mind genuine humor and beat those from the story about complex interpersonal dynamics. Within a multicultural family. I I really love long's ability to help certain audiences maybe understand and empathize with cultural approach. You said death. That's probably wildly different from their own as a white European American midwesterner and and maybe she even invites us to think about the things we want from our our loved ones. When we we reached the end of life the about the unexpected things we eat behind when we leave home also completely resonates with me? the scene with aquafina confronting. Her Mom was he's he's looking for the hearing just completely me and Wong's obviously great writer but she's a huge directing talent to I love the humor. She was able to mind visually out of a her editing and slow motion and the different camera movements and the set decorating So thanks for another great year. Somebody well that's all really well put I thank Lu Luang. The farewell just struck me over and over again for the playful and yet really poignant way it deals with the idea of losing someone in your family it's a partially autobiographical film. Aquafina plays essentially the Luong stand in a young woman who learns that Her Grandmother Grandmother Her beloved grandmother is dying of cancer and that the family has decided not to tell her because in some ways. It's a Chinese tradition to Keep keep people from knowing if they've received a fatal diagnosis under the idea that keeping morale high and keeping them feeling that they're healthy is more important than having having them see death coming so the entire family travels to China for a big reunion to also see the grandmother again and spend time with her but they make up an excuse excuse to do so around this kind of earth. That's a wedding and there's so much comedic tension pulled out of what the grandmother nine I thinks is going on versus what's actually actually going on. AQUAFINA character billy is struggling with whether she should break ranks with the family and tell her something's going on. Just tell me what's going on in that is dying. She has stage four lung cancer. Doctor says she has three months could could be fascinating avenue and yet call to go see her. She doesn't know I've seen aquafina in a a couple of different things ranging from rap videos to her comedic role in crazy rich Asians and nothing. She's done so far. Predicted this this level of emotional commitment to a roll this level of complexity and richness and nuance and pain I mean I'll just come out and say and he hit. This movie is so funny. It's so unexpected. In so many ways and part of that is looking at a culture that I'm not familiar with in areas that I'm I'm not familiar with it. But part of it's just sort of the fish out of water aspect of watching her navigate this Fairly contentious relationship and part of. It's the the big family. The comedy the comedy where everybody in the family is kind of a character again. Many of these characters actually drawn from Lulu relief one of them actually played by a relative of hers playing herself. And there's a lot going on here. That's really fun if you start digging into interviews with her about the film but even just just on the screen. It's one of those films that's about death and it's uplifting and lets you re appreciate Life Yeah Android this quite a bit and I have a most moving candidate From this film when the grandson for the wedding you mentioned who's supposed to be getting married played by Chen Han. He breaks down at his own reception because because he can't keep this up anymore and of course that's he's trying to cover it up as part of his emotional response to the wedding too so the levels of duplicity going on in the real emotion motion bubbling to the top It does capture that idea. You're talking about that the family. It's almost like they wanna they feel like if they can bear this burden for her then she won't have to but still a bird and so the weight gets transferred in a way onto all of them and some of them. It's just too much and you see it in in in that. Same kind of a throwaway scene but also gives you an idea of how long is attentive to all the members of this family. This is a really good film top twenty for me and you WanNa talk about a really efficient and kind of quickly while ridden I seen where she's on the phone in New York with nine. I back in China and she. She and the grandmothers getting the diagnosis right. She's already heard she heard from the hospital at the hospital at the hospital. But she's lying about where she is and the granddaughter is also lying. And all these all these little lies. SORTA just evasions Partly despaired you know out of embarrassment or despair somebody some feelings or whatever whatever this sets the entire course of the picture up. It's really good. It may be the first film based on a this American life episode. That really feels like a whole all of soulful picture me not just an anecdote. It's outside the top twenty for me but a very good film and nine that performance by Jiao Shuzhen. It's one and my favorite of the year I think. She portrays her as remarkably sharpened perceptive. Even if she's having this ruse played on her and she's just got such such a kind of playfulness in deviousness about her that I think is really crucial to that performance. That character working and you mentioned the the craft of it nick talked. What about the the visual humor of it? I think maybe the most emotional scene for Aquafina in that movie. She's really breaking down. I think they're in a room. Where era there may be at the wedding site already? They're planning for it and her emotional state at that moment. Juxtaposed with this pink room with all these light blue balloons and pink balloons. Balloons is such a such a great kind of ironic clash and I love the moment to just a visual choice. She makes where the couple that's getting married and having their wedding photos taken and they're they're against this kind of blue background. It's very bright. And we see AQUAFINA and Zhao Shuzhen shot against that silhouetted completely in black. Almost like they're the only two people people on the planet. At that moment. There are only two people really get each other and are connecting with each other. And there's a line in the movie too. I'm mentioned in our last episode. This idea of kind of free will title and making choices for yourself and going against a society. Going against a family was going to be kind of a recurring theme. There's a line that aquafina character. Here's which is you think. Once life belongs to oneself. That's what Westerners think and she's being told. This really isn't the way it is here. So kind of through line for me one of the key kind of themes of the ear. That brings us to a choice. That appears on two of our lists a movie that was discussed briefly on our last show. We're going to hear a voicemail from contributor. Sarah Welsh Larson had him in Josh. This is Sarah Welsh Larson irate tripping Christian and Brightwell darkroom although I spend most of my time shouting about science fiction on twitter at hat dodgy boffin. My favorite movie of the year is the last black man in San Francisco. I like it's quiet performances and it score but I fell in love with it because of it's gentle insistence that we pay attention through. Its camerawork it's full of carefully framed static shots punctuated by steady cam as its main character skateboards through the city and dreams about the future. But my favorite shots are the long slow zooms that feel old fashioned because of their links and speed there about the passage of time and about about the main character. Jimmy's pride and patient stubbornness. There's a haunting shot of Jimmy peering through a glass door. The camera zooms through the front passage toward the door. So that we're inside and he's looking in past us. His face framed by fog and by the oak panels of the door frame. We get the sense of Jimmy's character in this one wordless shot is his family once owned this house and he wants to restore it to what it once was to the point of painting. It's gables while its current owners are away. Jimmy's looked through the doors. One of longing to return the home and of persistent stubbornness his identity is laid into the bones of this house. It's a lovely quiet shot in a lovely quiet movie and my favorite of 2019. One of our golden brick finalists. This year. The last black man in San Francisco. It's number seven hundred. Tasha Michael You have it at number nine. Yeah I'm I'm really fond of this film film. I mean I I I think it's I think it is you know it was. It was a tough top ten to pick but I think this this My favorite scene is where he's Jimmy's on the bus overhearing. A couple of millennials could whining about the difficulties of living in San Francisco. And you know the the prices cases of the getting priced out the vacation of it all of a legitimate and in a lot of it is exactly what he's been coping with himself. But then the question is you know well but but do you love it and they said well what do you mean. Do you love it here. And then they kinda him on and he says you don't get to hate it unless if you love it and that is so much something that that any not just city dwellers but anybody who's lived anywhere for a while I think can be can understand the end the difference between just grousing but also you know about but truly despairing about what is happening to a place you love and hate you know and You can say that the film is not about gentrification and all because and it isn't and it was very well set up by Sarah so I don't need to grind through the plot but I just I just find this a lot of films attempt for every all all kinds of films from Joe Joe Rapid to you name it attempt to kind of fable storybook quality on screen scene and it is very hard to sustain and it is very hard to avoid kind of turning coy in a little sticky and I think last Blackman in San Francisco actually achieves achieves cinematic fabled telling in a way that makes me think this director Joe Talbot is really going place and he's also the CO writer and it's also complicated by the fact that you know he's the white man telling in a way that you know a black story although you know it's it's a multi-racial story and I think it's a multi-racial perspective breakfast I really. I really think this film is stimulating. As hell part of that stimulation I think is just. It's it takes so long to understand. Stand what it is that Jim is doing. He's obsessed with this house. He kind of haunts it. He comes back to it. He makes alterations to it. He sneaks around it. He's he's obsessed with it and we we don't quite know why and tell it just takes his time in exploring both that emotion and the ways that he he prosecutes at the ways that he he has to do so much travelling to get to that house he has to do so much waiting to to achieve his goals. This this is obviously something. That's very important to him. And we don't know why and in some films that might seem coy in some films it just might seem like bad framing because of that fable quality. I I think that I think you've got it exactly. Nailed in terms of what exactly it is that this film is trying to do that. Makes it so special that fable quality makes I feel like a quest that we're on a journey with him sort of waiting to see where he gets to and It's up there with I lost my body. I think this year for films you have to get to the end of the movie before you have any idea. What kind of movie? You're watching. But the journey is just fantastic before the black thing this was All Japanese till FDR stormtroopers rounding them up into camps. This house was built in the nineteen forties. Say Hi to our neighbor here. Everybody that would actually be about one hundred years late for this style. We can see from his. This gingerbread trim this built sometime in the eighteen fifty nine thousand nine hundred forty six. I'M GONNA have to disagree with you there. Dude man no architect in the nineteen forties building style. That's probably true but this wasn't built by an architect. My grandfather built this. Yeah this is top twenty for me. No surprise to golden brick finalist and atom. I think on our previous show. You mentioned Jonathan Majors. Who Plays Montgomery the street poets slash stage director he was on my CFC as Chicago? Film Critic Association ballot for breakthrough per number one. It's performer and supporting actor. He was two or three on such a good performance and I love the line he gives he's talking about creating art with these neighborhood. Guys usually be rate him. Yeah for being something of a different sensibility. and He. He just says I shouldn't get to appreciate them because they're mean to me and that's just like such a distillation of an artist vision inability to step aside outside of yourself and see the world in a different way and want to represent it that way I think that captures. You know what the movie itself does is in a Lotta ways. Yeah Yeah I think Sarah I completely understand when she says it's a lovely quiet movie and yet I think of all that stimuli that you mentioned and I suppose I don't think of it it as such a quiet film that opening scene that Great Emile massery score and the slow motion and also watching watching Jimmy gliding through the streets on the skateboard and seeing seeing all those faces. It's just really stunner. You mentioned the scene with Mont.. I think that's my favorite scene in the film where he's out on the street directing directing the the guys who are arguing arguing and use it as a play that he can modulate the performances of. It's a film as we said a contender for golden brick a strong contender and we've flooded a couple of times. But if you're just now coming to the movie and want to hear more about it more about the process of making it had a fun conversation with both Jimmy Fails and Joe Talbot here on the show which you can and find over to film spotting dot net if you click on our interviews link. It's right there at the top of the page. We go to another film. That appears on to less Josh. You're number five film of the year and Tasha your number three. It's the latest from terrence malick. A hidden life. I'll tell you I had gotten to a place of with terrence Malick of Oh all his films are essentially the same and they're all becoming fairly grading The incessant voice over the drifts poetic dialogue that that only one characters head. The montage of beautifully shot gauzy scenes of life. The it just sort of sense of disconnect from everything I went into a hidden life looking at the length of it and the the subject matter and expecting and yet another one of the terrence malick kind of become tired of With films like night of Cups and Song Song. This film was such a revelation. -Ation for me To me it it snapped back to earlier. Malik in terms of focus in terms of drive in terms of Having a theme that was important to him that he stuck to but at the same time it's stylistically a more mature Malik than those early films. This film which is about Out An Austrian conscientious objector who refuses to take an oath of loyalty to Hitler. Being conscripted into the army in World War Two is effectively. Just exploring the pain of being torn away from your family separated from your life and given a choice. That simply can't be resolved. A you know either you compromise demise your your beliefs and your morals and you harm others or you take irreparable harm upon yourself which also harm others which harms everyone you love even care about everyone who's dependent on you and Malik with his usual style kind of makes this a film about about the world about just sort of the the echoing monstrosity of this giant space that we all live in together and yet how hard it can be to forge a connection between two people particularly these people who are separated by belief by time and space by Age or experience all of these different barriers that come coming between people understanding each other. I feel like Malik has just found almost the perfect way to express the experience that we all have of kind of living them. Our own heads living with these just echoing ideas that we so rarely expressed other people living with these ideas that that haunt us and thrill list and fill us from day to day and in this case those ideas are essentially about the experience of still being alive and knowing that that could stop at any time. I remember that motorcycle my best dress. He looked at me. I knew How simple I I? It seemed no trouble could reach valley. It's a long film. It's an emotional film. It's a difficult and painful film. But it's just such lived live in film as with all of his films it's incredibly beautiful visually As with so many of his films it's emotionally evocative in just a very very very distinctive way that focus on the drive. You talk about Tasha. I think is what distinguishes it. There's a conviction driving Alex camera this time and I'd agree three. I think that was lost in Song to song and Knight of Cups which were sort of they kind of dithered in this metaphysical Malays and what you have here is something it. There's there's a threat coming to this movie there's a spiritual figure to it that You know certainly was in his earlier work and I would say really defined what I would consider as masterpiece thirty still the tree of life but it hasn't been in his last couple of features and so it was exciting to see that. I mean the camera does float as you describe as you would expect it to but it also prowls goals prisons here and there's again a sense of conviction to that element That gives it something new. I even thought of during those prison scenes. The Work Eric of robots escape right. A man escaped after the setting But also even more so diary of Country Priest came to mind just in the inner turmoil turmoil that this man is experiencing over the spiritual crisis its quality devote a haunted quality but again the distinction. I think is conviction here here because Brisson is all about the angst right the angst of that situation and this movie hidden life works its way to a sublime so blind sort of assurance by the end of it and I think we should also talk about the acting. Often we don't in Malik films but August deal as this farmer and Valerie packing her as the wife they are in sync with Malik camera as it moves about them and that is what you need almost more than anything. If you're going to perform form in a Malik film you have to know how to move as that. Cameras Moving We were just at the joffrey ballet's nutcracker last weekend which is fantastic and maybe think Alex actors have to almost be like dancers. Really they have to have a fluidity and movement and physicality this physical expression because they need to be open and available all to Malik scrutiny. which is this God's eye view he adopts that's watching them and they need to be ready at any moment in every movement in every every scene I think these to really have that and there are a crucial element as to why this movie works? So Michael I'm with these guys. I know you're not quite as enthusiastic. Go now or you Juanita. This is one of the two films ice I saw at the very last minute before before we settle on the list and everything so. I'm not really resolved entirely about WII. I've I've found the film a little on resolved but You know the only reasons that come to mind seriously after kind of a quick you know go to ten ten minutes of reflections that you know I don't know if it really fills out its length at three hours. I don't know if Malik version to Uh kind of the kind of dialogue that he has never really shown much interest in which is actual you know in the moment a person person dialogue log. He just likes he just really lives for the moment where they can kind of take it inside and make 'em interior reflections and I do think there's a lot to admire. This is his best film since tree life. No question no question If Malik was GONNA make any historical drama Based in the twentieth century especially based anywhere on near or adjacent to World War Two in the Holocaust this is the only story he coulda pulled off. Because it's just it entirely into his lyrics side into the glories of nature into just the gorgeous arduousness of it I think the film just feels a little too gorgeous to me for the subject men you can wear. It goes even where it goes. The complained about length. I get only insofar so far as I think. There's some redundancy with the shots of the townspeople shunning. The wife where I understand. That's probably part of it that day to day. Experience of it that he he wants us to experience along with the characters but released new information added. I think after a while we we definitely can move on from that but it feels like like Eden to me. And he's always always in this is that's absolutely what compels him as an artist and more of his poetic side and it's religiously interesting when paradise gets lost lost. Is You know it's going to in this film that happens. All of his fell right. And then the mixing begin so gets lost. They're separated he sent to prison. And then you get images. Lake AAC His wife I like that pays attention to her toil once they've been separated and returns to her on the firearm and shows you what she's facing alone as well bill image slake her Desperately falling to her knees in prayer framed by the humble doorway of their farm and that has sort of that ideal to it but also is showing. That's the pain at the same time. All in one image. I think it's when those those things start mixing that it becomes really interesting. You see the darkness. Yeah I know where you're action Tasha it just that it's Plainly powerful emotional experience for many people. I've talked to many people who really have had a you know like like they did not have anything like that. Kinda Enter Reaction Certainly true-life in a Malik film. And you know the reasons are up there on the screen and the acting and you do notice the actors you know instead of just the famous famous people who are acting right I just have to call it there. I'm not sure yet. I'm not sure yet why I don't. I don't think more of it. I think you're right Josh to call out August deal in particular. I think that the idea that you're you're getting at that. This world is too much like Eden is exactly exactly accurate and I think that eventually what a lot of mouths films come down to is. The world is in Eden except for the people in it you know the people in let are tearing it apart. August deal is one of his tortured souls in Eden who is suffering because so many of the people stuck within Eden Art Art Art heavenly aren't feeling spiritual light and they're harming each other and the way he walks through this film just the torment on his face keeps taking me back to things like Max Von side out in seventh seal or Klaus Kinski in some of Verner Herzog's films his his many Klaus Kinski as Madman admen films. He's just one of those seemed and tormented characters who carry the weight of the world on their face and the conflict between that pain and the lush identified world around him. Just seems to be like what Malcolm is trying to communicate in some ways in every one of his fellow ride right and without words. Really don't you know you don't I need them If you have that actor that face and that scenery right you don't necessarily need what's in and you know. Maybe his instincts correct clearly. It's working for many people. A hidden life is in theaters right now in select cities we're going to close this segment here with a movie that actually is an outlier. It's a film but only appears on one list at least as high as it does. I think at least a few of US may be all of us are overall high on this film Josh. You're the only one who put on your top ten list and not only that you put it at number one. This is your favourite film of Two Thousand Nineteen. And you're going to get a little bit of help here setting it up from myemma Harris Handelman. Josh this is a Harris from the New York Times. And I imagine my true number-one pick parasite will get no shortage of love on this show so I figured I'd highlight highlight a movie and performance. That I feel has gotten a little less shine in the second half of this year. Jordan appeals US is some of the allegory. A little bit muddled shore but from beginning beginning to end. This is a thrilling ride with peel. Proven Get out wasn't a fluke and that he's a masterful detailed storyteller who can create movies that reward upon multiple viewings and more than anything though it's crucial to point out that this movie wouldn't work half as well as it does. If it weren't for Lupita any uncles performance as Red Adelaide. She's disturbed unsettled vengeful vengeful creepy and mesmerizing every scene. It's her juicier yet. And one of the greatest horror movie turns of all time in my opinion. Keep up the great work and happy New Year. Thanks very shy. I think her observations are all spot on gave the best female performance of the year. Let's I think maybe just the best performance the CBS best performance at another level. And I'm also glad that I acknowledged how detailed peels vision is of this story and how every element mint is meant to work. Somehow with. What's going on here? Why do I have at number one? Maybe it's because I'd even claim that the allegoric works in this film. I'm I'm taking off here from the repeated references to Jeremiah. Eleven eleven this prophetic warning to a nation. That's lost its way. I love how US calls us in the audience out for a sort of consumerism or materialism that comes at the expense of others. I think that's the bottom line of what's going on here so it makes me ask Is there someone underground who suffers for the tech guy by for the clothes I wear for the Food I e. How is that produced? Who who has is that cost and this parasite to get to that? I think they are very much a pair and very close to each other on my top. Ten lists but Parasite is yet to come. Here I love how there is an affluent family at the center who we identify with immediately we like we like their dynamics. Hammocks were rooting for them. They serve as our stand-ins in more ways than one in their pursuit of the American dream. All the while there is this literal underclass us who is experiencing the exact opposite essentially so they can live this way now. The reason. This may seem muddled as I suggested is because it's not heavy handed at all. It's it's again found in those details of the film. So it's things like the hands across America. Which of course is a reference to hunger going on in the United States dates in this land of plenty the rabbits? Even you could make a case fit you know. I talked about what we reviewed it. How brought to my mind? Animal testing that's known to have gone on when it comes comes to cosmetics. So I think there's a lot to find here if you want to but you don't need that either. I mean this is just thrilling. It's scary it's funny And all that stuff makes it easy to ignore the prophecy that you know I think is at its heart too so this this was just an incredibly exciting movie going experience one. I got to watch again just a couple of weeks ago and as I would've guessed you know once you're not trying to keep up with the pieces and can just sit back It's even better so I just love us. It's funny to me that you call at the symbolism as as especially working because to me the symbolism works better than the taxed in this case I ended up with a lot of questions about how we're supposed to interpret or understand or identify with a lot of the things that happened the movie just in terms of practical article logistic things. How the start asking these questions? Show all these questions will enjoy anything. Ah The symbolism works perfectly I think the the the symbolism is a lot of what drives the recognition. The feeling of recognition is a lot of what drives US movie and the unexpectedness of the story is a lot of what drives US movie. It was one of my favorite experiences of the air watching this in a theater. Having absolutely really no idea how any of this was going to unfold and that that Lupita and younger performance was just absolutely unsettling and terrifying. I really did love this film. It's a at number thirteen on my list. It isn't higher because I find myself going back in and troubling more over how that individual worker all these the practical things rather than just appreciating it but just in terms of of like Ross visceral experience in the theater. This is one of the best experience all the early on. That's number eleven for me. It just just on a squeaker coin toss. It would have been the top ten bucks an youngest best performance of the year absolutely the best performance of the year and people will do forget about it because it was back in March right And yet the thing does fall apart the thing narrative a little bit at the end. No question for me Anyway L.. Tell you you can go back to the first seen red has where were the were the mirror. Side of Neon goes performance. COMES OUT RIGHT And when you're so astonished to the technique of the voice and the physicality she's come up with for that carry. You almost don't notice how sly lie and and really almost brilliant peel is as a writer there because he's letting you know what you need to know. Delete get into the story three at that point. She's going to explain where she's from. And how it works down there and you it's great and if the last if the last best twenty twenty five minutes had any of that kind of Really Really Shrewd Exposition. All sort of like okay. Here your benchmarks. Don't get lost. We're almost done. You know. Then that film would have been my number top ten easy so I I hate to nitpick youngest performance. You know is just so astonishingly good in the. I mean the opening brilliantly. Shot the funhouse sequence of the. It's all good. Yeah she's incredible. It's another free will versus fate movie veto. This idea of these tethers and how your life is sort of expected to play out and whether or not you actually have any control of it and it's maybe around fifteen gene for me so definitely a movie. I'm very high on. I don't need to get into too much more information about your reading of the film. Josh I think that it's sound and I will linked to an article in our show notes from emily. Todd Vander were of over box dot com talks about the elasticity of the metaphor that it's not really about capitalism but kind is and can also be the about all these other things you want it to be sure it makes a really compelling case all of that said and we got into this a little bit in our spoiler talk during a review of the movie when it came out and and I'm still going to be vague here of course but all of these conversations are all these thematic ideas that are being thrown out. The fact is when I got to the end of that film. What stayed with me? What I'm still reckoning with is that you have to characters looking at each other one who has discovered something life altering altering about themselves as an individual and life altering is putting it mildly the other seemingly aware of that life altering revelation? And all I can think about what is what then becomes those two people now that you have that knowledge. How does that revelation change their perception of each other of themselves as they relate to each other of the world for me? It's the stuff of great science fiction so that's great I love. I love that last bit of the film. And then it's it's more just about the the the the the dance off you know in the in the tunnel. It's things like that where he's got an idea peel. Has This is idea that we're GONNA actually physical. Is this encounter this fight this this fight to the death as dance right I on paper I can see it and it just doesn't isn't quite what that movie once right this so not not seen of the year candidate as it is for me the ballet fight great the jets and sharks rabbits you know not so much well us is my number one film of Twenty nine thousand nine. We're going to hear here. What is the favorite from Adam? Tasha and Michael Next plus. We'll get to the listeners. Choice for their favourite two thousand nine hundred movie with the results of the film spotting poll going into the break here we're GONNA here from film spotting producer extraordinaire Sam Ben Hogan with his pick for. Well you're going to hear what his favourite film of the year and also an underappreciated appreciated. Pick here Sam and will hear some music from one of the best scores of the year someone to hold me too. Close someone into hurt you to D- just a warm up there Santana Haugen here. Spotting producer My favorite movies a year marriage story Reminded me of life. Fell in love with the Marines in the first place All by the Irishman but the movie that Probably the most grateful for this year that I'm not seeing on nearly enough for any top ten lists or in the conversation. Conversation for best of the year is the dead. Don't Die Jim. Jarmusch and I think most grateful. I'm grateful for the movie which I think is Calera but I think what stuck with me. It's just the the main idea of the movie or the two contrasting ideas at the movie managed to hold together which is that? We're apt the world is completely left and that the world is perfect and I love that Germany is able to look at the world realize we completely screwed rooted up and instead of being angry Which I think is an addition to being angry able to just Forgive say like okay. Well if we screwed it up why are we here and I think Germany. His answer is that We're here to love things and to appreciate the beauty of things whatever. It is beautiful car or beautiful girl or Beatles the song and boy. I love that idea. I love that idea. And I held onto it. Like a lifeline in this crazy crazy year. So let's not forget it. Thank you Jeremy over Dan Anymore You're there just you never pay any man. Did this really really other than evaldas. There's a waiting dating every called someday. Now then find find the dares you this now own. Hey Adam David Chen here from the film cast and be culturally relevant. PODCAST my favorite film of the year is Bunk Juneau's parasite aside from being an exceptionally well made thriller take some really unpredictable. Twists and turns parasite also has a lot to say about privilege one of the main themes of two thousand nine hundred films including Jordan peels. US Joker Knives Out Ready or not has been this notion that we as a society need to grapple more with the concept of privilege. How much of it do we have? And what are its impacts and implications. How how exactly does our society reinforce existing power structures and what does that say about us in the people who are forced to survive within them? No film asked all these questions better than parasite which it does so with a great deal of entertainment humor and tragedy all mixed together. That's why parasites my favorite film of the year. Thanks and keep up the awesome work. We get back into our top ten with voicemail from our friend. Dave Chen a great pick bunk June host parasite we will have more on that film. Yeah coming up appear in just a little bit but I. We have a couple more movies that need to of our lists and in both cases actually movies that made my list and yours Michael. So we'll see if will face an onslaught of disagreement from our co-hosts here but we've got each other's back. Yeah I will brook no disagreement. We're going to start with number two film that honestly you don't know how many times this weekend I went back and forth contemplating blading whether or not it should be my number one and it's Greta Gerwig little women Josh. We talked about the adaptation here the process of that even though. I haven't read the book so I can't actually get into all of the ways that Greta Gerwig diverges from the Louisa May alcott story star slamming the novel again. Adam I I didn't I was I was just praising the film because it feels to me anyway to the uninformed the unenlightening feels to me like a unique piece of art truly an adaptation that allows for Gerwig personality and preoccupations to come through and for it to be cinematic not just a translation from book to screen. We talked about some of these choices. She makes the slow motion shot on the screen of Joe Running through New York City as she sold her. First Work. Those direct addresses to the camera that I love the moments where letters basically are being read instead of them. Just being heard Gerwig shows shows the person who wrote the letter talking directly to the camera talking to us like when professor bear gives her the Shakespeare book as a gift and then we see that mirrored later when Wind Joe Gives Her manuscript of her story basically her little women story to her publisher her talking directly to him and I think there's a moment where the Beth character says something like you know these stories. Joe Is written off these stories about their family. Joe Is said they're not important and she says no it's in you writing them. That makes it important. You writing about our lives makes them important. I think by mirroring those two moments the way she does Gerwig is saying yeah. You know what little women is is Shakespeare it should be held in the same name esteem and regarded the same way and the rhythm of so many of these scenes especially that Christmas morning scene. Where you've got each sister? Mr Speaking in perfect synchronicity with each other. It's like notes are being played on a music sheet and yet it doesn't feel like anything but natural and I red Gerwig interview in film comment earlier today. And she said it essentially was notes on a page because she wrote it in a way where she inserted heard of that slash in the script where the next sisters most do immediately interrupt and say her line and then she rehearsed it at slow speed and they gradually picked it it up and picked it up until they could just kind of zoom their way through it. So all those handoffs. Those dialogue handoffs were completely effortless and instinctual and I think effortless and instinctual. How GERWIG makes this adaptation look despite the proficiency of the filmmaking? She says in that interview that she wanted the effect on the audience against especially in those sequences at home with the girls to feel like you're swirling but she doesn't then just decide okay. I'm going to get a steady cam. That's going to swirl around these characters the whole time we're gonNA literally do that. She finds subtle ways to do it. She does it with a camera. Dolly in that space in concert with this dialogue log in concert with performance moving in and out of rooms. The score displays score is incredible and I- swirled swooned at this entire film. It helps that you've got performers like Socia- Ronin and Timothy. Shallow May and flirts pugh one of the best supporting performances of the year and they all play supporting characters who are never sideline sideline or marginalized as supporting characters. They're not just there to serve. Joe Story they have their own journeys and discoveries and agency. This movie just came out Christmas Christmas Day. I hope a lot of people have had a chance to see it and enjoyed it as much as I did. Michael Little bit lower on your list but it did not much I mean I mean. It's the biggest the biggest challenges for an audience especially in audience. It's got a pretty clear idea about about what they like. Auden either the novel or previous film version of little women And that all comes at the end where we get as a very consciously Joe Oh story becomes intertwined with the real facts. How Louisa May Alcott sold this thing and you know? The the negotiation with the publisher sure played by Chicago Zone. Tracy Letts That actually the negotiation and the and the dollar figures we're talking about. There are actually legitimately out of all kinds of one correspondents and it's it's all very clever And then it then and then what happens. I don't WanNa blow it all but but what happens in that sequence is going to delight some people in slightly perplex others and it won't give you the full emotional simple emotional satisfaction of some other little women. Yeah yeah that was it. That said you know. There's an awful lot. I I found that that breathless Gallup at which it was rehearsed and then and then performed and filmed it took me about thirty thirty five forty minutes to kind of you know. Get the hang of it okay. All right 'CAUSE I love fast dialogue. It's like Howard hawks in his girl Friday. You know that's the Kinda speed we're talking about but it seems to settle in about about thirty forty minutes in and then you start getting a few scenes is that are played in a different key. Because they're more serious and She starts playing around with rhythm like a good conductor would and then I was in I. That was really kind of crazy about all of especially Florence Pew as as you mentioned As Amy amy wonderful and I think you know there are some performances that are uh serviceable rather than inspired. You know. I don't know if Emma Watson's really up to the level of Sergio Ronin or for human. It's all right. It's all right it. It feels like a family and the the film feels like a total almost a total success. Yeah and that inventiveness you talk about in terms of drawing from Alcott's own life and putting that into the story that's another thing mentioned in the interview. I read that I wouldn't have known otherwise. The great speech Joe has pretty late in the film where she explains explains that women should be thought of as more than just interested in love or being kind of objects of beauty but they have their own minds and their own. Wills I just I just feel I just feel like women. They have minds and they have souls as what was just hearts and they've got ambition and they've got talent as well as just beauty and I'm so sick of people saying that that love it's just all of women is fit for. I'm so sick of it. I'm I'm so lonely that's great. That's all of that. All of that came aim from another alcott story. Actually that speech came from another Alcott book that Gerwig inserted and then at line. But I'm so lonely which is really really what makes that monologue as good as it is was Gerwig zone into the. That's my kind of adaptation faithful in the right ways. And it's it's it's free handed in in the right ways to and and that's just can't ask for more than that and she's really from one film to the next seven her first film lady bird which is my number one film mayor into this film film really really shows you that. She has stepped up as a director. She is really starting to think through scenes and motion visually the and how we're going to activate a scene and not just sort of the obvious ways but And as you said just sort of in the shade swirling camera thing all the time and it's really how to you know it's a it's a tough skill to learn his only a few directors who come by it naturally Spielberg's one of them who just knows how you know. Have a camera follow people around in a way way. That isn't just a standard over the shoulder shot. But she's already is two films in her career. She's already learned a an awful lot. Yeah I think little women and his capital to use the the top fifteen for me so a very bold remarkable adaptation really. Were you fan as well. Tasha this is one of two few films on our consensus picks that I'd never had time to see. I know I'm going to have to see little women pretty shortly because right after Christmas. Doing an ex pitcher show taping Doing AH comparison of this one to the nineteen ninety-two little women. But in the meantime I'm just GonNa sit back and and pleasantly enjoy the sound of three men to how much much they loved. The passionate. Feminism of this movie about a bunch of women realized themselves in the world. I'm kidding humoring you. Gosh no I adored this movie and I went into with high expectations insofar as I expect a lot of Greta Gerwig after loving lady bird and I had a lot of faith in her as a filmmaker even someone making her second film but the material itself. It's not a story I ever read or was assigned to read or ever I have to. It was very interested in reading and I didn't come into with any of that kind of baggage and was just completely swept if it had been called little men is NATO. Gordon said the book instead of reading the wrong buchberger. All right we move onto the movie. Michael you have at number two on your list and I have it at number three. We both love it. Noah Baumbach marriage story home and it was almost number one for me too. I mean I just I when I saw that of the first time I just I I you know it was. It was the quickest. I tweeted a hey tweeting right after seeing something but I just like this people should know this was the Venice Film Festival which is a pleasure to see the thing. Just kill in the first screening but Yeah this is a simple divorce story. If if you if you wanted to Sorta laid out their way charlie in the caller a New York couple that we meet at the beginning just talking compiling lists what I love about Charlie. What I love about? Nicole is so wonderful way to introduce reduces to their lives as a theatre director in an actress respectively And then you realize no spoiler but you realize five minutes in that You know the they're doing this list gathering and in this difficult conversation at the behest of a divorce mediator. So it's it's basically over the marriage is over and that's the film. That's the film she she goes to. LA He must've stay in New York. They have a son in the middle of this it begins amicably and nobody wants to bring in lawyers and then the the film in many ways to sort of deals with that that long period when lawyers get involved and the feelings get very rough and and the the amicable impulses gone and the two three year period which Baumbach has gone through in real life with his real life. AXA EXA Jennifer. Jason Leigh Although the film is not autobiographical should say You know it just feels like the stuff of life this film. I've loved bomb box work. I love the really nasty acidic early films that many people do not like I love Margot at the wedding which I think is almost perfect as it is I like Greenberg an an awful lot And I've enjoyed almost almost everything he's done but this film feels like a new face for him feels like he figured out how to blend the acidic wit with a more forgiving nature. That may may have only come from His new life which is with his partner. Is Greta Gerwig. So this is a very you know this is this is a whole new change a life for him a few things about it on a second. Viewing that didn't in quite convinced me. You know. I think I think the quota which is a very forgiving epilogue doesn't make emotional sense to me not after the unbelievable acrimony and fireworks and stunning dramatic effectiveness of the big argument. That everybody's talking talking about you know there's a big scene. Ten minutes scene late in the picture were they really unleash the hounds on each other. It's awful and kind of riveting and you know God I knows Adam driver and Scarlett Johansson have never needed to act that kind of seen before and they've never been better. You know so i. I don't know I'm that seemed. The finale didn't quite work I don't really love the Randy Newman score and it's a little much for me. Oakland Man I'll tell you ray Liotta Laura dern ellen although you know three hilariously country Portraits in different kinds of divorce lawyers I don't know I was. I was absolutely knocked out by. Maybe it's because I've been divorced a couple of times Without lawyers thank God. But you know everybody I know everybody every certainly is going through a divorce. I know as as the blue kind of treated this film. I don't know if I want it. I want my ready. And then they see it and they are stunned at how funny it is in the right ways. And they're stunned I think it just how. How roped in they feel and how you know the tip slightly toward the male? I think in the telling toward toward the end which is too bad people are conveniently forgetting how flat out patronizing and marginalizing. Fill my Mike Kramer. Versus Kramer was for a different generation. Whether they didn't they didn't give a damn about the Meryl Streep character they didn't it was all just about lionising you know. The Dustin Hoffman character. This is not that much better. Yeah no it's funny because well it's not really funny isn't it. Takes that have been popping up on social media now. That more people are seeing this film since its release on Netflix. And a lot of people kind of trying to write it off a typical complaint with some back films of it being kind of only about a certain type of person. A certain class of person only relatable to affluent people or these artists in New York and La. Look having having gone through a divorce myself but have gone through it tinge essentially with people in my life road who are not those people. Let's just say and there's nothing nothing that doesn't feel universal and accurate about the way this relationship disintegrates through that divorce proceeding yeah if a film is good enough off. The IT renders that kind of complaint the mood. I think it just doesn't it doesn't affect that. It's not we should be not telling ADV radically different story is not the film's fault you know. But but the film has to work for you to to feel that way and Does is is it a blinkered perspective. Yes it is. It's about you know self involved narcissistic artists who are also charismatic and likable. And they're mixed bags they are. I I think Baumbach unlike a guy like Quentin Tarantino is an adult enough to actually look at a male protagonist and see the the real flaws as well as you know some of the virtues. Yeah it's interesting that you bring Tarantino up in in connection with this film I was just thinking about how many of the films we've talked about over. The course of these two best of shows has been longer films with a whole bunch of miniature sure films in the painting. Glory is a bunch of separate stories. That are all sort of like the medically bound up in it being autobiographical. Once upon a time in Hollywood all these separate stories some of them work some of them don't arguably her smell is two to three separate stories all sort of band together of all of them that we've talked about I feel like marriage. Story fits into that category of of being a whole bunch of disparate segments that have very different tones and very different rent pacing very different directions very different qualities to them but this is the one that feels like they're bound together best the one that feels like they work together. Best to tell will a single coherent start to finish story where all of these pieces added up into a a couple of lives that are intertwined and work together in a tormented hormone. Sort of way. And it's a little hard for me to see like looking back at it from a distance. The sort of like tonal thematic connection between say that that that deep heart to heart that Scarlett Johansson character has with Laura Dern as her lawyer the first time they meet and the comedic like except stick horror of Adam driver cutting his hand open while he's trying to impress somebody who's checking out whether he's a suitable father or the musical sequences or many of the other that that incredible opening these are all just such different pieces and yet I think they all just they worked together other so well I feel like the film didn't fully come into focus for me Intel. That lasts that incredible last AC musical performance. Where I you get? Scarlett Scarlett Johansson and. Her family is singing. You drive a person crazy. As the sort of antic upbeat almost follies esque experience of if they're doing a family gathering and translating directly from there into Adam driver singing being alive also from company in what just turns into this agonized. Create a core what what starts out as almost a gag almost a moment of self abg nation and then turns into a self declaration. I that was the moment where the film came. Just just sharply into focus for me in terms of what it was trying to do and all of these disparate pieces just fell into perfect linemen. Somebody hold told me to close somebody heard me to do somebody sit in my chair and ruin my sleep and make me love being be Somebody need me too much. Yeah that's that that that number really is just completely unexpected. You know they're the fact that they would play out in its entirety and that it would make that much sense naturally in the story and for that character's emotional all state at the moment and the fact that Andrew can really deliver you nailed it. You know he's he's I mean. Of course he's saying an inside Lewin Davis and I think a couple of other films you know we should have known he had itself but My God Yeah No. It's it's a real in ballpark really came alive as a director. He just feels like it's got a swift pace. The ryen cinematography interesting and really interesting the Jennifer Limbs and the editor editing rhythms. Really spiking. Kind of unexpected. That's really good. I mean honestly indifferent for year would have been my number one. It's it was barely number two. I'm glad you mentioned the humor to Michael. I think we kind of got around to that in our original review. Eventually Adam because we've been talking about how it it does get nasty in this film but there are a lot of moments of humor that that lighten it up and ask for the performances. We spend a ton time on the performances. It's interesting in this context where were talking about some of the same actors in other films and sometimes it's helpful to have a coin flip to side of the same coin and you see Scarlett Johansson here doing in something her most everyday person. Maybe she's ever played on screen and then also enjoy your rabbit. where it's it's almost a screwball comedy patter that she delivers ever Salat and she's so good in both. It's also we were talking the previous show about Brad Pitt. In Hollywood and ad Astra doing two very different things both very well and in this case it just emphasizes how good Johansen is married story. Well we now get to some movies that are actually on three of our list getting into truly the consensus picks of the year at least four this roundtable and we start with knives out from Ryan Johnson who we heard from in the first part of this roundtable. I have it the tenth best film of the year. Joshu nine Tasha. You also had it at nine. We talked earlier about how US deals with the dichotomy. Between the rich and the poor we talked about how. There's another film coming up on this list. That also deals with that. I I think knives out forms the TRIFECTA Ryan Johnson's movie in a way Hearkening back to his debut brick stylistically incredibly dissimilar Miller but it conceptually. He started with a genre that he loves the murder mystery. and and particularly looked into specific authors brick is very much based around into Daschle. hemmitt knives out very much based around Agatha Christie novels and to some degree Alfred Hitchcock films but in both cases he takes a familiar genre right. NFL Pattern and then hugely subverts it and makes it completely. Unexpected knives out is a cozy murder. Mystery a a house murder mystery where a thriller author is found dead and the various members of his family who will depend on him in of wide variety. Leave ways all could be suspects. And if this was an Agatha Christie novel they probably would in fact I'll be suspects but pretty early on Johnson just completely flipped flips. The script Among other things he shows you fairly early. On how exactly the thriller author played by Christopher Plummer dies and then leaves. Was it to you to examine. What a murder mystery means when they're maybe or maybe not is is not actually a mystery? There there's so many things that happen in this movie that just feel like the product of somebody saying well what are the elements of a mystery. And how can we change them up. How can we do this in a completely different way? That that makes it unexpected that throws the audience audience off kilter and then all of the pieces come back together assembled in a way that that keeps it fresh exciting the ensemble cast here. I I don't I barely even know where to start. Plumbers fantastic has the The crotchety old author who his supporting his entire family family and is still completely in control. Both of his faculties and of the dynamics between them But Jamie Lee Curtis and Chris Evans and Michael Shannon Don Johnson and Toni Collette all of these people who have very very strong agendas against him very strong feelings of entitlement about where his money money should go. Now that he's dead. Just perform this big sloppy comedic ensemble where everything moves along like. Clockwork sloppy is the wrong word sloppy suggests a sloppiness. In the storytelling. I mean more of a sloppiness in their their characters and the way they express themselves the very sloppy people but everything about the film feels so tightly tuned and then into Armas as the thriller authors caretaker becomes a a central figure Helping a private investigator played by Daniel. Craig investigate the murder and the dynamic between the two of them just become so sharp and incisive and funny. This is a really well-constructed mystery but it's also just a really funny comedy. Oh it's so funny and also has that level at when you began you were talking talking about sort of the the social elements of the social commentary going on here and I've been thinking about especially with knives out which I haven't number nine. I've been thinking about this as the year. The movies fought back in a way. It's been a couple years now since things have been pretty crappy And I think two of the most insidious forces in those few years have been tribalism awesome and economic disparity and the economic part is definitely going on here in knives out. Well yeah that comes off for sure. the economic part. They start fighting about the wealth and we talked about. I did the economic part that comes to play in us. There's another film we're going to get to where it also comes into play. I won't mention in that now. And then Joe Joe Rabbit for me gives that comic Middle Finger to tribalism very much so at least as it festered in Nazi Germany and festers in the US today a a hidden life. I would argue. Also pulling from my list does something similar in a more esoteric way than Joe Joe Rabbit but knives out. Yeah knives out manages. Both it takes on the tribalism that drives the anti-immigrant sentiment right there of this family with the nurse and it also takes on the greed that drives lifestyle. That really eats them alive once once it becomes all that they need to go after the most important thing to them. But you're right Tasha you got to mention how fun this that's the first thing you have to talk about is however it has to work as a murder mystery and I think it absolutely does and of course you're right. We heard Dave Chen to talk about parasite and he listed this film. In that grouping of movies that are fundamentally about privilege. It's what you're talking about. It's why for me. It had to be on the top. Ten films of the Year Ryan Johnson made a political film and it's not political because it features a conversation about politics or anything that actually feels timely family. It's political because it has a family at its core that has to confront though they never do has to confront their own hypocrisy and and by extension. We have to consider how truly different we may be our. If we think we're superior to them and were above kind of this pettiness. I think the movie at least least makes us confront how privileged we as viewers really are and if we're acting with as much integrity as we should in our own lives and I said it during our review. I think that pudding audiences in the shoes of Marta of Onodera. Mrs Character is a subversive act and I think that that final shot shot is twenty nine hundred single most satisfying moment. It's still in theaters. I think in most places if you haven't seen it already knives out. Yeah it's IT'S I. I wasn't sure I enjoyed it a lot and I wasn't sure if it would. You never know which politically minded film is GonNA IS GONNA turn off centrists or the right or if it's a right wing film it's going to turn off centrists in the left. Yeah I wasn't sure I what I think Ryan Johnson as writer director took care of business. You know he he he. It's it's satisfying enough as a mystery as a subverted worded mystery as you say you know and and it's just funny enough and it's and it's not it's not particularly course. I actually liked the fact that he's a really it Kinda just straightforward political argument. That happens early on the picture between the right wing members of the family in the left wing and they just sort of say all right well. Let's talk this out. You know. And and and Johnson doesn't play doesn't play them all for caricatures at that point so he doesn't throw half the potential audience out the movie at that point. You know there's some there's some good strategy if with their first I hope he makes another one like it. I don't know I don't know if I I don't know if Daniel Craig's character the the the Cajun Sleuth these playing here is is really is memorable as he could be. And that's the one thing that might have kept it out of the top ten for me but but it's a it's a great time. CSI KFC as Chris Evans who might give the best performance. He's terrific about it gets said too who often this actor seems to be having so much fun. I I feel like there's a degree to which when we say that we're very often projecting our own enjoyment of a performance onto onto the actor. We have no idea what it was like shooting that film. Maybe it was a grueling process but watching Chris Evans in this movie it just feels so much. Like he's his consciously casting off the trappings of of playing Captain America for so many years this upright moral Kind of stiff a little bit stick up the but Kind of character in favor of this like louche sprawling foul mouth smirking jerk. Excuse me Sir. Art We're officers of the law. You're gonNA run me and I don't feel like talking distraught. You WanNA ask some questions. What is this? What's this arranged? ARISTO DRAWS DILL CSI KFC. He just seems to be enjoying himself. So much okay to hate him and it just it leads us to a place. So many of the movies on our collective not just our collective on our top ten lists all four of us. Are these heavy emotional heady wadey painful experiences. This was one of the the more fun times I had a movie theater this year. Okay well we're going to get into a little bit more weightiness. Maybe just a little bit with this. Next consensus pick. It did make three list Tasha. You're the only outlier will find out whether or not that's because you've not seen the movie or because you didn't go for it as the three years I haven't seen that okay you haven't seen it. It's just your number two film of the year. And why don't we go ahead and let a listener and really find critic here in Chicago who we've had share voicemails before Daniel Nava. Let's let him do the honors payphone spotting. This is Daniel Nava and I'm checking in with my favorite film of Twenty Nineteen There are a lot of very important films for this year. But the one that I keep going back to his excellency Hamas portrait of a lady on fire. I consider to be one of the best film filmmakers on the planet working in any language and she has this really uncanny ability that I've seen in a prior films like Tom Boy in girlhood to capture. We're all at once. The passions the present the warmth the past and the anxieties of future all within a single glance between characters Having gone through pretty rocky twenty. Nineteen in the break-up portrait just ended up making me feel seen and it's sort of film that serve as a useful reminder to not fear ear embarking on a new story which is to say that things don't end at page twenty eight and to not regret just remember. Thanks for having me on. Interest appears to a good year. Thank you very much Daniel. We also got this note from another listener. Nicholas Nick Gonda. In addition to being an unbearably moving love story portrait should've lady on fire is a remarkable deconstruction of the male gaze that dismantles the patriarchal concept of the artist and his muse with surgical precision the two performances is at the center of it by Naomi. MARLA and Adele Haenel are some of the finest of the year in the film's CODA absolutely destroyed. Me For me. It's the most essential film of Twenty nineteen gene along with parasite. So thanks to you to Nicholas. I think he's especially right about anals performance. She does play this young woman. WHO's living with her mother in a mansion on the windswept swept coast of Brittany in seventeen ninety s France Now her mother is hoping to marry her off and so she's commission. This female painter played by Milan to paint a portrait as a calling card to send to a perspective gentleman now because a Louise the woman the young woman played by Haenel. She's unwilling to agree with the scheme. So the painters told pretend to be a walking companion for her and then compose the portrait from the glances. She sneaks of her when they're out together. Why did I fall so hard for this? All right well you know what I've loved even more than Louisa Alcott's little women the Gothic tragic romantic novels of the Bronte sisters or something like the awakening feminist landmark by Kate Chopin and you can feel that literary heritage in Santa's portrait of a lady on fire. It's definitely the inspiration. It's in that sort of world yet at the same time it's setting up. Its Own blazingly original story. And it's also gorgeous. Lee told the imagery here the cinematographers has Claremont tone. It's just breathtaking. Mostly by candlelight lot of fireplace Clo- is what's being used here. The movie gets its title from Henry. Janes Jane's Book. But also this scene that set around a bonfire where Louise and the painter Marianne Their Eyes Lock over the flames. And there's that you know the heat of the fire cast this shimmering incurred in between them and then they hold each other's gaze so intensely that always doesn't notice when her dress begins to burn. That scene suggests there is furtive nece. There's frustration station of all different sorts at play in the movie as well But it's not just a romantic story. It's at the same time registers as a portrait of an artist that asks. It's a crucial question. Should a painting capture it subject or liberate her. So I'm a fan of portrait of lady on fire. Daniel Nicholas. We are Michael Adam you you are as well yes. Oh Yeah. And it's the last film I've seen the could qualify for this list and it was like you know I was just looking for reasons not to mess mess up my list and I mean ten minutes in you just think and I said I was a big fan of girlhood especially in in her sense of craft and we know taste is this is great in a and she knows how to Make period picture on a modest budget and just an absolutely immerse you in the world and Yeah yeah the code is of an emotional knockout it. It's it's the power of music the power of art and the power of remembering really. Just how you treat each other in an affair and how that informs how you think of it later you know. It's it's a wonderful film to go back to Daniel said I I certainly wish him. A Better are twenty twenty than twenty-nine which the same for all of us probably but interesting choice of words there. He said the movie made him feel seen. Because what stirred me the most about this movie movie and it's something a few films. Do I think one of the best films of the decade under the skin does it as well where the act of watching specifically the act of watching through another person's eyes is so central to the movie that your role as a viewer becomes completely heightened and actually charged. It's it's really electrified here. In Puerto Lady on fire we are always watching. What's on screen of course but in the case of portrait you and and the camera and Marianne they they become one and so these? Pov shots that we get and some of the veiling with her character where she's wearing the cloak. Okay you can't see her and you want desperately to get a glimpse over that all sets up that kind of first shot on the beach where the camera is walking just slightly behind her into the right and you're so eager to see her and to really draw away. Well I'm thinking about even later when she's actually started to reveal a little bit but she's she's still walking ahead of the camera. Yeah so you're just you're getting glimpses of her from the side and you're really studying her face and then when she turns and looks at the camera when she looks at us when she breaks the fourth wall then you're simultaneously trying to catch every detail of her face that you can't also being a little bit fearful that she's going to catch on to you that she's going to figure out what's actually going on. Why are you looking so intently? And intensely at her and it just in that regard actively engage me as of have you were more than any other movie this year I had it number eight on my list and other one that very easily could have been in the top five. And you're right. MMA tone the cinematography using Ding daylight and using dusk outside inside the candlelight. The natural light of course the flames inside and outside in some scenes the use use of shadows on the faces and that kind of cream coloring that you get. It's like you're looking frame by frame. You're looking at a vermeer painting. Well how about that one where the two women and the maid of the House are just preparing dinner before or fireplace during the day and they're moving obviously but it absolutely could be a painting but it has that element where the action. They're all doing so. Lean preparing the meal. At this point. The mother is left. They've got the house to themselves. It's all for their own pleasure. It's not at the service of this mysterious gentleman. They're supposed to be courting it's not even for the mother them together. Doing what they want. So for a film that takes on the patriarchy. Okay which is which is you could describes a lot of films from this year as as it should this one has a different kind of polemic mcq style? It doesn't it's very it's got a light it's got the rapier not the bludgeon. You know what I mean. It's very sharp but it doesn't it makes it helps that the men aren't even on screen. Say there's one guy who just sorta drops you seem at the beginning any see that a little bit but it's I don't WANNA use this film to beat up another film that I haven't seen and you know a generation no champions the piano awhile. No go ahead. Michael might not hang that film. I think is something you go back and read the polling. Kill Review of the piano. There's elements of that. I'll just watch the piano again. Okay there I liked that film. Cammy Hammy love poetry of late and fires because it directly references the piano. Its first ten minutes when she leaps from the boat to save the painting supplies all overboard. I was like Oh. You're you're in the woman overboard. That's okay so tosh is GonNa see it. And hopefully more people will see it as it's only been out in limited release acid- open on December sixth and it's not opening wide until February February. Mike that's ways to go now a movie that you don't have to wait to see in in fact I'm going to guess a good chunk of people listening have already seen since. Its release on Netflix. About a month ago. That is the Irishman the latest. From Martin Scorsese and appropriately. Because I know that this is not a movie Tasha that you are necessarily a huge fan of and you like to fight with your next picture. Show show Co host Scott Tobias. Why don't we go ahead and hear him singing? The praises Scott Irish to me on film spotting every year the every year all of those spotting listeners. Scott Tobias for the next big show I think great two thousand nineteen with about five or six movies. That would have been my number one any other year ear. But I wound up settling on Martin. Scorsese's the Irishman I think the Irish one is a film that would be rich under any circumstances but as someone who grew up With Scorsese is a huge influence and inspiration. I was especially touch to see him. Bring the old gang back together For a gangster from the has a much slower metabolism than films like Goodfellas Casino at. It's a film that's ultimately about the loneliness and regret that haunts you at the end of your life and I. It was just so crushed by the film. It's Chris specifically by the final shot that I could barely peel myself off my seat so The ars with my favorite movie Thanks everybody the Irishman might number four. Josh is number four Michael Your number five hundred you explain what you appreciate about the Irish. Yeah well I had it wrong. I prepared notes on the Mandal Loria. So we'll listen to those. I really liked this film and I haven't been very hot and cold hold on Scott says he and I'm less forgiving and maybe less generous and a lot of a lot of fans low. His peaks like taxi driver. And a few others you know mean An awful lot to me but the Irishman I think is a very different kind of gangster picture. It feels like the first gangster picture he's ever made not just simply the latest and and it's he's telling a story that may not be complete nonsense. It's Frankie Sheeran's of you know as a mob hitman and of the teamster may or may not have been the one wax Jimmy Hoffa played by Al Pacino. Here Sheeran's played by Robert Deniro Joe Pesci as the third major character place Russell Cellino a crime Lord on the eastern seaboard and It is it is Scott. said it's kind of just a pleasure to see everybody back together again now. The circumstances are unique to the technology we have today. It's a three and a half hour picture. It uses a tremendous amount of these age age erasure digital technology which allows Peci de Niro and Pacino to play thirty forty fifty year old versions as of themselves although not not thirty years old but in in the win one scene early on you see pushing Deniro and when you hear how old are supposed to be in that scene set in nineteen forty seven when I believe you sort of it takes you back a bit but I never entirely got over that and I think I just have a fuddy-duddy set a peepers you know what I'm saying. I just think you it took me a long time if the film were any less well written on use of expressions. Yeah well thank you. Well you know try to keep it you know twenty-three Guru right and It it never entirely got over the uncanny valley nature of this digital erasure technology. which you know? It's all over the movies now. But it's all over this film in particular but I tell you Steve's aliens screenplay I think is just one of the great adaptations Based on a memoir again that may or may not be total nonsense called. I heard you paint houses which is an as told to tell all book about? I'm the guy you're wack Hoffa offers you know. Do we believe it. I don't know Scorsese may or may not believe it. It works like gangbusters film and it's because the film does have a more serious intention attention than any other gangster film he's made it is you know it's it's room initiative and you know really kind of melancholy and all the Irishmen is really really good most of the way in the last hour hour and a quarter. That's when it's great and that's when it's really taking its time. And by the time you get to that I seen the testimonial dinner where were Hoffa's fate is sort of quietly sealed For the rest of the picture that that that the the whole structure of the screenplay which is intricate but not not vexing. You know what I mean it it just all starts paying off. He start feeling like this is as good really that section of it. It's as good as any of the Godfather two. It's almost up to Visconti is the leopard you know that I mean that's how much he's sort of trying something new it's it's a long way from goodfellas or a film I don't really like it all casino where which was off flash and voiceover and to me you know. That was all money in no L. movie really. This feels like cost almost two hundred million dollars. It feels like it was worth it. The de Aging is something that I just sort of accepted from the very beginning that I was is going to have to it. Because you've been doing it yourself for years. I look wonderful. Thank you look sprightly valley the Casino. We'll see that's that's the distinction right. I was GONNA say about Deniro as I just decided to get over it in every shot of him from the past you sing I'm winding no. I'm not but where I couldn't is in the scene where he goes to the grocery store where his daughter works where she's been mistreated by the boss and he takes him outside aside and beats the crap out of the street. And you're watching. Robert De Niro is a guy who is supposed to be in his thirties or forties. It's not really clear kicking this guy into submission. And he's kicking him like a guy who seventy five not not a thirty or forty year old guy. Not the Robert Deniro. We saw kicked guys in Goodell's and he kicks a few guys in Goodell's you can't really look away from that. Yeah Yeah it's it's not. The film is not perfect. I mean the middle of the parts of the middle of it. I think which is more about Hoffa's offers teamster shenanigans and some of his legal travails in prison. Time Pacino's I I think not really the strength. The film it's it's My favorite I don't remember who tweeted it. But my favorite tweet on the Irishman anywhere with somebody who said the film can really be looked at like this. It's it's the story of three method actors. One of whom reverts to a much heavier nineteenth century style of performance. So the other two guys have to kill him. Yeah I remember who it was. The Mark Harris great follow on twitter re tweeted that and I saw that and there is something to that right at this mob mentality. These guys were very subdued very quiet. You've got the Petchey in Deniro's Alpa Chino the one loud guy and crazy Joe Gallo who Sebastian maniscalco place the too allowed guys any the loud guys in the story of the ones that have to go they have to go and Harvey tells even quieter and his life. He's only like six lines but one of them is fantastic. If somebody I love love that scene. I'm just paraphrasing. When somebody says well we gotta we gotta get them to say who it was and he says Not Going to say. And then tell says who's playing like the king of the the you know the table racist. Who is did he say says no is no now is not the time to not say now say there are so many? Good things about the Irishman. But I when I think about a now all I'm going to here is the five satins in the still of the night and I think it's just so crucial that the movie opens their and also opens with a steady cam. Shot as we're looking. We're trying to find frank and find him in this nursing phobia sitting all alone with that music and of of course it's an echo. The shot is an echo of Scorsese's most famous steady cam shot and going to the COPA in Goodfellas. Right and that has that is accompanied by the crystals crystals and then he kissed me. And it's just a variation on motown that we're getting here a variation on the same camera movement and I think that's is the essence of the Irishman essentially. It can be captured in. That book ended sequence that we get both the beginning and the ending here Just the way that scorsese is coming up this genre as he's defined it in his own films using the same tools but in a more somber Amore reflective more plaintive registers Deniro's performance risk getting. You're not getting any awards heat or whatever that is but I do think that and it's a it's a more reactive performance and the other ones but he does do the best acting he's done in in many years in the in the crucial series on the phone with Hoffa's widow alot. Joe Joe. Yeah Yeah Yeah He. He's he's gotta be. You know you gotTa think positively fleet just you know it ain't that long just it's a workmanlike performance. It's not flashy. It's like what the character free of your a phone call brings out something else. Yeah I think in the character and also in the yeah that opening shot now Joshu remember. I had a little bit of difficulty getting getting to the loan screening. We had an advance of this film and I missed basically about the first three minutes of the movie picked it up outside the nursing in home back in the past going on a road trip that we keep returning to throughout the film and so I just recently got a chance to really sit down and watch that opening shot shot. And you're right of course it recalls the Copa but you mentioned it's a steady cam shot at least my perception of watching it completely different type of shot though right not only because of the mill you and everything else about it but this seems very much type shop. That is being lens by someone who is physically holding the camera. It's not meant to glide it's not meant to be smooth. It's not meant it to be almost this kind of God's eye view following the people in through the back of this club it feels like a person. It feels like a person's point of view. It's a little bit shaky when when it goes around a corner. They look at the people who are to the right but then come back here and eventually get focused on Deniro and sit down next to him and he looks at the camera. Looks looks at that person whether it's the priest whether it's the viewer whoever he's going to confess his story you get it there. In that moment I felt like that that little distinction and the type of shot it is is is really so important and I do want to mention a scene. That didn't come up in our review but really gets at one of the key talking points around this movie which she is the way score says he uses women the lack of dialogue. However you want to look at it you know? I'm on record thinking that the way Peggy's used in the film ELM is really crucial and that she's effectively. The Eyes of God always judging Franken knowing her father's every sin but there's a moment I love early early in the movie where the camera goes to Russell's wife who's in the backseat and the voice over is explaining that she's mob royalty loyalty that she comes from this family in Sicily. And it cuts to Russell Joe pesci walking in the front door of his house and his shirt his covered in blood. He's obviously younger. He's covered in blood his wife. She walks down the stairs as soon as he opens the door been waiting up for him clearly soon as she hears them. She walks down the stairs to greet him. Jim Russell doesn't say where he doesn't say a word in the entire scene that look on his face is that he is just seen and probably on his own committed some some horrors that can never be unseen or undone. He is white as a ghost as she stands before him kind of tenderly and tells him to go wash up should get rid of the clothes. Says don't forget your shoes as you go up the door still no words from pedophile. He complies takes the shoes. Off Shuffles upstairs. It tells you everything you need to know about the deal. This couple struck with each other when they got married the rolls. They know they have to play. And it's really twisted in disturbing and a lot of ways and at the same time somehow really touching and I love that scene but also I wanted to bring that up just to go ahead and also plug that Melissa Tamika who's been a guest on this show. A couple of times wrote a great twitter thread about the use of women in the film and Irishman is number one film of the year. I think it's a seventeen scene. tweet thread that's over available obviously on twitter and a link to it in our show notes if you are curious about that discussion point surrounding the Irishman. Now now we have the three of us been raving about this movie. TASHA has been patiently waiting building or coast to tell us how wrong we are. And how unmoved she is by every single thing. We've said to begin. Where where should we just move on so wrong or okay? So here's the the thing about this when it comes to filmmaker like Martin Scorsese who people love out of all possible proportion to anything it it gives me no particular joy to fight upstream on this one. There are films that I feel strongly about Defending against all comers. There are films that I feel L. strongly about tearing down because I lo- them despite what other people feel about them and then there are films like the Irishman which with while with a with a major ager exception which we'll get to. I mostly just found tedious. I I am really quite tired of his GOUMAS. I'm really quite tired of his endless parade of of mobbed up gangster thugs. Who for the most part? Don't seem to display a great deal of Inner life or self awareness and who just sort of March through these stories towards their inevitable doom with with no sense of self awareness or understanding as they murder each other for or falling out of favor with this this person or that person for saying or doing this thing wrong or that thing wrong that there. The next one's on the chopping block. I just find the whole parade raid tiresome. This movie in its last half hour particular goes to a place that I've never seen Scorsese go and I found it really. Impressive live in exciting and dynamic and tragic and melancholy and moving and emotional like all of these things that I did not need the previous three hours of moral compromise and a moral murder To get to like I've I've gotten all of that out of his career. Already I know the beats and the rhythms of how these men live their lives the choices they make the decisions to hurt other people to decide that other people's lives are unimportant to pursue money or to to climb the ladder of these criminal organizations. I know all of that already. There's just no reason to me that this couldn't have been a two hour movie with a lot more focus and a lot more delving into francs inner life as it is it is it just feels like an accretion. Seven of event in many ways without a whole lot of consequence I really found out. Pacino's Jimmy Hoffa to be an interesting character actor but there's just so much trivia around his life there's so much trivia round the ups and downs of politics and who knew who and who was angry at who and who voted for WHO and I just. I didn't see what it added to the central story about how a couple of people's lives were lived and how they affected other people people and and what they came to in the end and saying all of this given I like I know I know I speak for some people at least because I put a very very small part of this out into the world and had people coming in thank me for for being willing to say it because it's it's hard to wave the flag of I just don't love Martin Scorsese but at the same time when I say any of this I feel like like uv bowl stepping to the boxing ring. And saying you know come fight me world world the you know the first person with a an actual swing is just going to like take him down in one. I don't hate this movie in a way that that makes decrying saying it. Sure you'll important. Yeah I it just makes me feel tired which is funny that the inverse of the response that you had and That I had with the with. What's my time in Hollywood? Were they were. The ending undermines or sort of UN does whatever's good in the in the in the front end of it. You know this is very much in in a pattern with a lot of the movies. We've been discussing of feeling like a whole bunch of different like fragmented stories and because it Scorsese and because he has has just such an interest in this one particular type of world this particular type of character they do all feel much more like parts of the same story then say her smell or or marriage story. Somebody's other films too. But that said it feels very episodic and very chapter oriented and just a lot of those chapters. I could've done without Out well before we get to the number one film of the year at least according to Tasha Michael and myself yes. There's going to be harmony. There's going to be some agreement as we get to. You are number one film and judges number three a couple of weeks back we asked you. What is the best film of Twenty Nineteen? We gave you three options. It's either the film we just discussed. Moscow says he's the Irishman or Quin Tarantino's. Once upon a time in Hollywood or parasite from Juno. You could also go go other any other film from this year. That's not one of those three that you love that. You want to declare the best film of Air Josh. How did it come out while Tasha? This might speak to some of those people you've been hearing from about the Irishman and actually placed last in our poll Scorsese film with twelve percent of the vote other received twenty two percent of the vote and here are some of the popular writings in that. Category Marriage. Story the lighthouse. Oh another mentioned for the lighthouse in this two parter. Adam like to see that that would be the only one. I was wrong. Portrait portrait of a lady on fire also was a write in consideration the farewell knives out midsummer Joe Joe Rabbit. Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood came in second place with twenty three percent of the vote but winning it long Juneau's parasite forty three percent of the night not a divider. It apparently is and we actually haven't had this much agreement about the year's best film from our listeners. Maybe ever at least if you look at the last three or four years of polls other has been the winner. Thirty two percent last year thirty eight percent the year before back in Twenty Fifteen Mad Max. Fury Road even didn't have more than forty three percent. Only thirty eight percent percent of the vote so parasite pretty decisive winner there among our listeners and a pretty decisive pick for the rest of us. We're going to share one. One more listener voicemail here special guest sharing his affection for parasite hi. This is griffin from the blink. Check podcast and This year's overlong toy story episode of phone spotting my two favorite films of the year are us us and parasites I still have a lot of blind spots to cover for the year and I'm still trying to shake my top ten but those are the two foams that certainly continue to stick in my craw. I think there's a lot of overlap between the two There alternately funny and terrifying they're sort of masterclasses from their filmmakers in how to ratchet tension and they're both about the same central subject to me which is how can you know in a capitalist society. Whatever position you're at requires the choice to ignore the people below you To some degree or another And both of those films take that very very literally So those are my two favorite films of the year We'll we'll see which one ends up shaking out to my number one Not Super Bowl choices. I'm sure other people are for them on this episode. But that's where I landed. Thanks for another great year of the PODCAST and I hope I get to come on sometime in twenty twenty to Guest host with Josh. And explain why Adam is wrong wrong about everything thank you griffin for that one of my favorite episodes of the year talking to Griffin about toy story and that entire universe. We shared our top five toy story remo moments and what an appropriate way to finish not only putting a bow on this idea of class conflict and the privilege that came up in and so many of our other picks but he went with Thai parasite and us the movie. Josh you had at number one. He's got me covered so parasite the only movie that made all four of our less in something over the years. That actually hasn't happened too. Many Times. Bongino film I'll throw out to the group or or lease the group of us that picked it as the best film of the year. Why is it the film of Twenty Nineteen? I'm a deferred TASHA. 'cause I wanna hear what she has to say I like enthused thing about movies is so much more than I like. Shooting down movies I had the opportunity A few months ago to lead a group of strangers in a discussion at this film and I asked them exactly that question. Why do you think this movie has taken off in the way it has wide? Is it so popular. Why is it making so much money? Compared to any other international release you can point to this year and they had a wide variety of answers. They said well it's it's really funny. They said well. It's really surprising. It's really really unexpected. The reveals are really great. They said they had a lot of A lot of contention about it. They had a lot of questions. They had a lot of debate topics. Just the fact that speaking to a room of twenty people I got back so many different responses on that question to me really spoke to what the actual answer or is which is just. It's it's a very unexpected experience. That gives back a lot to a lot of different people whether you go in looking for that that class dissection that attack on economic disparity or whether you go in looking for a fun twisty heist movie about this group of con con artists putting one over on a bunch of Rich people who they feel are over privileged and out of touch or whether you're looking for a family drama about a a family that has to have to pull together and cooperate in order to survive or whether you're looking for a thriller with a bunch of really unexpected plot twists in it. You'RE GONNA you get all of those things in one this. I mean the the premise of parasite screwball comedy. Yeah it's okay identity. It's like a family down on their luck. Marginally employed family of four you know decides to one at a time pose as as chauffeur as a made aid as an art tutor. And as an English Tudor I believe in suddenly. They're all in this household living large but they have to pretend not to know each other. This is screwball comedy. The film is that for a while. And then it's something very different and the it's it's those it's those mood shifts and sorta there's genre shifts that are just you know the hose a just a just an absolute master. This and I don't know I really. I think you're right. It's just simply it's almost like the top Arousa for for this year. You look at it you you get the movie you want out of it and somehow doesn't play indecisively or are like a generalization. It feels like a very specific story. Rigorously well told visually and It it's just it's just it makes me feel good about about the About actual theatrical film going in twenty nineteen which is so imperilled and it is really not easy to get an audience out to a foreign language picture picture of any kind these days in this twenty million dollars later looked at parasite. Yeah echoing those comments. Listener Adam Grossman Vancouver. wrote in said what surprised me most was how funny Linnea was just so so funny until very quickly. It's not funny at all how long Juno manages to master this tunnel switch. What makes him? The masterful directory is whatever. Tone parasite takes is a truly brilliant parable of the fortunate realities of class. Divide agree with everything Adam said and it's funny. We spent so much time over this two part roundtable talking about all of the despicable characters that we were either turned off by or fascinated by on the screen this this year and that's one of the aspects of this film I love the most. Is that in their own way. You can write off pretty much every player in this movie as pretty loathsome they're seeking their own rewards. They're being pretty selfish now. There's a family element where they're trying to just subsist and they are also trying to support each other but the decisions they make and the harm they cause other people you have to. You have to examine that and you have to to consider all of that so all of these characters making really terrible decisions that we judge them for and somehow without resorting to any sentimentality or any real real storytelling tricks by the end of the movie. Bongino makes me feel for every single one of those characters like they all go from perpetrators to victims and their away or at least people apply sympathize with. It's remarkable the way he handles violence too. You know it's it's just too again. It's it's it's the work of grownup you know. I mean the film gets very violent at the end. And it's sort of retribution. Revenge you know style splatter I guess but it's not really just meant to be showy or cool in the way that there is comic violence though which is interesting And that that speaks to just go back to the idea of. It's humor to emphasize that you're right Michael. To put that at the forefront Griffin mentioned it as well and I would say if you're going to watch this. It's trying to watch this with someone who laughs out loud the the first time I saw it. it was in a theater small theater not during the day so not a lot of people in the audience and I myself was trying to keep keep up with it you know. Yeah and so. I probably laughed here or there but the second time was at home the screener and my brother-in-law sister-in-law were over and he was just from the beginning. Just cracking cracking up at this thing and I and I was. You know a little looser the second time around to just appreciate it as you're right. Michael This crew ball comedy that also so does have all of these other elements onto it. So yeah parasite could have been my number one. I mean you're really The gap between this and awesome portrait of a lady and fires. It's infinitesimal so I it's just such a wonderful film in so encouraging to see as you said Michael Audiences mainstream audiences responding responding to it. It's that sort of thing that really does give you hope for for the movies. In the future so cohesive I mean despite all of those total shifts. Despite the fact it could have had a very episodic structure given the way the story is told with each of the members of the poor family one by one putting on a pretense in order to infiltrate the the rich family. This could've so easily been like so many of the other films we just discussed with a whole bunch of miniature stories in different tones. Different different styles Kind of shifting together and and kind of trying to hold together and one thing instead it just it all feels like a single perfect story. The feels solid and well realized in a way that that so many of the other interesting idiosyncratic experiments. We saw this year. Didn't so many. Any of these films are idiosyncratic because they feel like artists to kind of following their muse randomly through a field wherever they go swerving going down hills. Going going underground coming back up into the sky all over the place. This film just feels so planned so planned plotted and thought through at every step of the way he you feel like you're in somebody's hand the whole time. You wonderful. Yeah for me. That's why it's the achievement of two thousand nineteen and it's my number one guy somehow. That's our top ten of twenty nine thousand nine countdown executive produced by tar related. We probably could have done without the fifty fifty minute discussion segment. That was just US walking across the field next to a donkey true true. We'll cut that out next time. If you want to refresh your memory on our picks if you want to see what order we put our picks in go to film spotting dot net slash lists Tasha. Michael can't thank you enough for all all of your insights your generosity. Even when you were being mean and decrying my choices or Josh Choice. It was it was a warning experience. Always great eight to remember how much good work we actually saw this year. And I think as I said before it's a year that made going to the movies and really watching the movies the same way. We have been almost impossible. It's just been distracting life. The strip really distracting media life and it took work. This take our minds off and Michael Ware can listeners. Find more of your work. You know the best way honestly is twitter Phillips Tribune And if you really wanted brave free the tribune's web site to Chicago Tribune dot com slash movies Tasha. What about you you can find my writing? POLYGON DOT COM. You can hear me talk more about movies reviews at the next picture show podcast with my frenemy Scott who we heard from earlier today and My less less fraught Po Ko podcasters Keith. Phipps and genevieve Kofsky at necks. Pitcher POD DOT net. You can find me on. Twitter in there is where you can tell me how wrong I am about the Irishman. It's okay there's a But also I'm strong and wants to put it. I'm in Hollywood and everything that Josh recommended. And the part one of this show basically how just all All films that I have opinions about tough I can take it again. We'll always have hobson. Shaw we will always have hobbs show or at least the one. Seen in Hobson show we totally agree agree completely rocks. I'll take it on twitter at Tasha Robinson. Thank you so much again. If you want to head to the show archives you can find reviews interviews top fives that go all the way back to two two thousand five. That's at film spotting dot net also on the website the current films spotting poll. What films should win? The Twenty Nine Thousand Nine Golden Brick Award your vote counts. 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