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"john christine" Discussed on KGO 810
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"john christine" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast
"Damn coffee hot. We're talking about all the stuff we talk about here. Next up everywhere you doctor who torchwood Sarah Jane Adventures, all kinds of books. Sifi goodness news another podcast for the southgate, media group including the aforementioned Fan Zone podcasts where Jesse Ni- like you said, talk just talked the umbrella Kademi season one. We've had some requests to do other stuff. So we would be doing that here shortly was we're still deciding that titan talk the titans podcast where DJ? Nikolai. Recently finished up all season two and with titans and doom patrol currently on hiatus the podcast we'll, probably. high-heeled hiatus for a little while although I'm hoping, we'll get some news out of DC fan dome this Saturday and get a better idea of maybe when we'll find out when we're going to get tightened season three. So fingers crossed for that and then ghost with twin peaks podcast. That was sprouse whom of course, you've heard here on next stop everywhere and will. Again. Very, very soon as a right now you know we talk, of course, twin peaks and David Lynch and right now we're about to be recording the third of our six part series of episodes where twin peaks actors that have appeared on the x files. Oh. Yeah. We've been loving that series that's been. You know it's been great David do Coveney of course. Twin peaks actor who played. Special. Agent Denise Bryson on twin peaks. Now, of course, ends up becoming Fox Mulder, special? Agent Fox mulder. So this time we're going to be talking about Michael Horse, who of course played deputy chief Hawk on twin peaks and turns up in the episode shapes from the first season of the x files. That's what we're going to be discussing tomorrow. And that should be out later this week. So hope everybody checks that out and we've got a lot of great feedback on our x-files little retrospective. and. Like said, we still have three more to go after this one. So hope everybody check us out on ghost with twin peaks podcasts. And a lot of fun in, of course, my hey. Next time. My next step everywhere episode two, hundred of next on. The MIC. So there was much rejoicing. So episode two hundred been a little serious about what we're GonNa talk about and who's going to be appearing. So right now I. think it's a great time to finally reveal that episode two hundred we're getting the band back together. If you listen to our episode one fifty where we discussed the stolen earth, Journey's end here it up. So two hundred, we're GONNA be talking that Pandora opens in the Big Bang. The two parts. Series five finale from the Matt Smith era with yours truly because hey, there's no way I'm going to do one hundred and ninety nine episodes next everywhere and not do episode two hundred. Arrests along with my fellow partner in time Jesse Jackson. Yes. And special guest companions joining us once again, and we're getting the band back together like I said. So we have ZANDT sprouse. My wonderful ghost would the twin peaks podcast co host with the most? Dj. Nick. My fellow Titan talker going to be returning John tackes one of our favorite special guest companions. So get your research ready for John. Because lots to do his homework in we're we love it when John, dozens homework and of course Chris team. Paryski last but not least who I'm sure we'll have one or two thoughts on our rating system once again. But. But we love Christine and we're so glad that she and all the others are going to be joining us once again for this very, very special episode fingers crossed the ban with holds up. that. Is a lot of people and. We're obviously probably have to go without cameras but Jessie. Are you excited because I? Know I'm excited about this I'm very excited and I am I mostly happy because I love talking to all these people and I always love Charles being ringleader and traffic cop when it's this many people. And do okay with the moderating. Thank you. Do I do a great job. So yes, this'll be a lot of fun though with three we went an hour and forty minutes I don't want to think along. This we may have to do this into it where we did kind of talk about ten minutes about. Other stuff off the air yes we get started. We should wrap this up but I did want to kind of break the news here on next up everywhere little bonus for everybody that was patient enough to listen to us to the very end rob. Thank you so much for joining us. I. Hope. I had a great. You know I I apologize for being way too long to have you on our podcast but I'm so glad you agreed to join us and. You brought a lot to the table as always and I really appreciate you joining us here. Hey, I'm always happy guest I love talking you guys. I hope this is the last time we see you sir next. Anytime anytime, just let me know and I'm down and I guess on any of those shows. So absolutely that's great. Thank you for all the support you do allow us to. Get to play and and you know Charles and I have a blast every week talking Dr who and and we appreciate all the support you and Molly and and you know Everyone does it gives to us that it just amazing the support, the southgate family gives us a we appreciate all of you Martha me and yourself so thank you without you guys. So we appreciate you. Well, you know you've been wonderful. You know hosting us for the past six years. I can't even begin to express how much that really means to both of us right here getting a little fuck limped just thinking about it but you know it it does mean a lot inouye. To give you the best podcast, we can do an awesome job now for for like I said a couple of amateurs just kind of winging it but we try to have his frost over I'd say you're pros. Seen. His cheques come in. So until I started. Until I start seeing some I. Don't know if you'll see. I know exactly so. So I kind of consider myself an amateur until it start genus checks rolling but just finish audio. Yeah. Come on. Where's the love? We. Give you love with some. Give a little back right. All right. So micro influencers they should. Just put that out there. All right, everybody. Thanks again for listening. We really appreciate you guys. We appreciate the support rob. Thank you so much for hosting us and for appearing here this episode. Jesse, thank you as always. You're always great I. Love Charleston Among Back Episode Two hundred next up everywhere six years in the making on this one, it's going to be great that we got to great stories to talk about the dark opens big, Bang Lots of wonderful people to talk about this with. Dan Dj Nick John Christine I don't have to talk anymore about it. Do I know of course I don't because you're there right. So come on back next week for episode two hundred and we'll see next time right here next up everywhere the doctor who podcast good-bye Everybody Goodbye WanNa go..
"john christine" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Yes to those of you who emailed me and got a hold of me and social media say, hey, rate where you're listening to John Christine show for the last couple of hours poor Cy was. And of course, we'll be getting into that very same subject shortly on that one is just infuriated me. But other than that, are you last night? President Trump threw his hat officially into the ring for re-election, you know, this, and what was that in front of like the entire population of Orlando that crowd was like terrifyingly, large, not does that crowd is telling you anything anything at all. I mean it should. And in the last twenty four hour period, thanks him. Major part of that gathering last night in Orlando. His campaign raised twenty four point eight million dollars. Yeah, it's a record breaker smashing. Any previous effort in twenty four hours had forty in the Bank? We talked about that yesterday combined with the. RNC cash. That's a total of eighty two million dollars. Now he had twenty five million dollars to that, and it's very early in the season, Katie bar. The door people speak with their votes, they speak with our mommy, and though it is early that cash out of voice today, it would be that, that money would be definite. And of course, following up to what was said last night by the president. We have to have heard from the old white men, and we did I Joe Biden demanded credit for the Trump economy. He demanded credit for the Trump economy. This was during the rally, you know, Biden, one of the world to know but Trump inherited the great economy from the Obama, quote, the Obama Biden administration. That's the first time I've ever heard it referred to as the Obama Biden administration..
"john christine" Discussed on 600 WREC
"York Yankees calling himself. Of course, surpassing Lou Brock and calling himself. The greatest of all time later in that day though Nolan. Ryan says not so fast Ricky because Texas Rangers pitcher Nolan Ryan pitches a record seventh. No hitter later in the day. What a great day in baseball history. Right there the exciting Ricky Henderson and then also Nolan Ryan doing what he does. Two of the all time greats and speaking of baseball in the state in nineteen Ninety-two, the LA dodgers postponed, the first of three major league baseball games due to the racial riots. Over the Rodney King beating that was on this date in nineteen ninety. You know, it almost seems like that was yesterday. But can you believe it's now been twenty seven years since that happened? And then also on this date in nineteen ninety nine the animated series SpongeBob squarepants created by Steven hill. And Berg debuts on Nickelodeon still on there and still drawing numbers going strong to this date. So can you believe it has been twenty years since that took place in that is this date in history? May the first and we're here we are in twenty nineteen and looking back on some of the biggest dates. All right. We've looked at some big dates. Let's talk about some big numbers. You know, this weekend the avengers in game movie drawing about what one point two billion in just the opening weekend worldwide, we had three hundred fifty million with a domestic opening so they're making Bank at the box office. And a lot of the stars are still making a ton of money as well. It would maybe maybe surprise you just a little bit. You know, you were called Tom Cruise. Jim Carey even twenty years ago in fifteen years ago Will Smith making major money for their movies, you know, twenty between twenty and thirty million. Well, now, we're starting to see a bit of a trend will. Yes, there's still a lot of folks making Bank. But you're seeing some of these bankable stars take a little bit less to help. Some of these projects either get off the ground or to work with other stars that they would like to work with some of these numbers may under well a little bit. Although it's a lifetime money to you. And me here's some of the numbers that we're we're seeing now. Out there regarding the celebrities course, walking Phoenix has been around for years to play joker. That's coming up Tober fourth. He's gonna make four and a half million dollars Martin Lawrence Martin remember his show. I love that show, and of course, bad boys, and he's been so many other movies too. Well, he's going to get back with Will Smith for bad boys for life. That's going to be a Sony picture coming out in January. He has signed on for six million dollars. He is which which you know, he was making probably double that back in the day. But to get this off the ground six main, and we'll talk about will Smith's payday coming up in just a minute as well. Kristen Stewart she's going to be in Charlie's angels that comes out in November seven million dollars. Ben Affleck who seemed to be everywhere. He's in triple frontier that's underway. Now, he's banking eight million from net. Flicks. Idris Elba who I think should still be the next bond. And by the way, do you know, he he's DJ in it coach. Chella? Do you know that he's he he ages as well? Just a great guy coming up this summer. Fast and furious presents Hobson Shaw, he'll be in that in August. He's going to Bank eight million dollars. That's pretty good pay day for yourselves Margot Robbie for birds of prey that comes out next year. She's going to be getting between nine and ten million. Leonardo Di Caprio you'd think he'd be making a ton of money. He's going to be in once upon a time in Hollywood this summer, he pulls in ten million same as gal Gadot for wonder woman. Same. As Brad Pitt in once upon a time in Hollywood and Emily blunt. She's married to John Christine ski she was the one he was the one that played Jim helper in the office, but she is an actress and accomplished actress in her own, right? She'll be in a quiet place to with her husband that pulls between twelve and thirteen million in for Emily. She'll be doing well. And of course, Tom Cruise. He's back in top gun maverick that comes out next summer, not this summer, but in twenty twenty he's going to be pulling in somewhere between twelve and fourteen million for his role, which you would think. He'd be closer to twenty. But these numbers are a little bit more well relatively modest twelve million still. I mean, that's that's that's good money. Jason stadium will be back in fast and furious. Hobson shaw. Of course, you know, he's been in so many of these and he's a bankable star. He'll pull in thirteen million Will Smith we mentioned that Martin Lawrence is going to get six million for bad boys for life Will Smith will be back in that in January. He's gonna get seventeen million dollars for his role in the end, rightfully so we'll Smith one of the most bankable in Hollywood, Robert Downey junior. The the voyage of Dr Doolittle and also Dwayne Johnson for fast and furious. They'll both be pulling down twenty million dollars a piece for those movies. And then last but not least Ryan Reynolds who seems to be the biggest star right now on -mongst them all for six underground. That's a Netflix show released. They to be determined that flexes paying him twenty seven million dollars. We've seen a few of these studios in their paramount universal, but Netflix now easing their way in to being able to pay top dollar for some of these stars. That is a lot of money. Memphis morning news at seven forty two taking a look at the roadways..
"john christine" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The best movie reviewer in the business. No question about it. I have some more questions that I want to get to Ken dog couple of regarding the Oscars. And then a movie that I had never heard of. And I want to ask him about because I was intrigued by this one too. But before we do that we let the listeners go first Lewis is joining us from me, Sacramento. Howdy lewis. Hi, paul. Hi. Hi. Hello. I. Actually last night. I rented on IT. I watched at eternity gates that will leave the facility on the tobacco. Oh, yes. Yes. And have you seen it? I've only seen portions of it. I got a copy of it. That was bad. Unfortunately for screener. And I want to watch it again. Now, it's available. I'm going to I'm going to rent it on Amazon and check it out. I mean, obviously buffalo coaching it. You know, the story launcher most people do some of the one man show with low. Fun of law could have been one man Broadway. Yeah. And I've heard there's been I don't know if I recall controversy that sounds too much, but there have been a little bit of discussions about the murder plot. Of some kind with with him in it. And some people are like, yeah, that's real another like that's fake. That's one of the registered in seeing it all the way through. Interrupting right up at the very end about a book on that. I found extremely interesting. It's like a one or two cents each about long. I thought that was interesting. Yeah. Kind of like a coda. The movie I found to be rather slot. I did want to just pick up real briefly. What you talked about a movie what plans portfolio, right? Take you someplace movie that I saw recently that good one more than the other, but your movie buff. I would highly recommend both of these different than anything else you'd ever want. One of them is under the skin which. Which? Under the skin is that the one with Scarlett Johansson. Oh, yes, I've seen that one time. Rony break watch the trailer. Absolutely blew me away. Okay. The other one the other one is. The ex machina ex- ex- one of the better science fiction films in the last ten years or so. What? Psychological. Oh, yes. It is pure science fiction. My wife hated it. Because she thought it was supposed to be an action film. And it's like, no, no, no. Mindell up empathic. But I'd love to hear your your take on both of those movies. You said your movie lover. You hear people talk about movies that you watched in exchange viewpoint from all really when you said that you liked one a little better than the other. I'm taking it under the skin is the one you prefer the I love both the little skin with maybe one notch more. So intriguing about it with a lot of the lack of dialogue. Yeah. There's very little dialogue in this film. Now, some people may be put off by the pacing. 'cause I I would call it leisurely. So there's a lot of stuff where it takes a lot of time for things to happen. In the meantime, it's replaced by atmosphere, which is very very good. But if you want a quick, boom, boom, boom, you're going to be disappointed. But if you want to soak it in that's it is a movie that literally soak atmosphere. Oh in watch it in a room. I tell you at the beginning you'll be gone come on what's going on. In the last off just like whole month is this would this be considered? What what John removing very much under the skin is almost like fi horror. Okay. Well, that's interesting. Whore. Always. Rainbow unicorn. Always. Well, let let me clarify. The first half is definitely the setup is definitely hor based very much. I would I would compare it to the shining in terms of tone. It does change a little bit more into an alien sci-fi kind of hybrid in the second half of the film. See what you're talking about joining us. But again, you say that Lewis said this is a movie with very little dialogue. From the main character. Yes, you know, what it doesn't need it? Okay. That needed at all. Well, glad you brought that up actually Lewis is I want to now discuss a couple of more movies, it may sort of fit that sort of same realm. So Lewis, it's a pleasure to talk to you. Thank you. Thanks for calling in tonight. So I want to mention two other movies one when he says that it has very little dialogue movie that I truly enjoyed years ago. I think maybe two thousand very I don't know. I can't really remember exactly when it came out. Maybe two thousand six you'll know better than me, obviously, had very little dialogue and to this day. I look at that movie as wow was that an intense movie apocalypse, though. Yes. Yes. Mel Gibson direct that was just follow up to the passion of the Christ apocalyptic, which had very little dialogue and sometimes. When they decided to talk. It was all subtitled. Yeah. Yeah. And and I'm not a I'm not a guy is going to go seek out a movie that Saul subtitles. But man, I that one right there. There are some extremely intense moments. Well, that movie where I was just blown away. It's the first time you've actually ever seen that dramatized from the point of view of the Mayan slash Inkens, flashing lights. And then the then the the the sub-tribes if you will the ones that were victimized. Yeah. And the guy who plays Jaguar paw is just dynamic again without dialogue and Mel Gibson can framing action piece like you can not believe. Yeah. There's a part again. I mean, it's an old movie. But I always feel like I'm giving something away when they're up on the I guess the temple or whatever. About to happen. I it takes your breath away. What are you going to say I was just gonna say with the superheroes onerous seeming to of run its cycle again. And again seems like Roma Downey and some of those folks are coming back now with there's a project that's coming out called Jesus. The story of Jesus Christ. You know, you've got this film that you're discussing right now. I'm wondering if the the prophetic if the religious if if that's the direction that we're going to start seeing the trend going as opposed to superheroes. Actually, I'm thinking, it'll always have a the religious ones will always have a powerful niche and especially around March and April because they know when they get their audiences. But you're seeing diversification. There is one oh, man. It's got Christie Mets from this is us, and it's about a kid who falls in the ice and for the life of me. I can't remember the title. But it's another one about faith, but it's grounded in faith and Mike Colter from Luke cage a net. Flicks is in it. It actually looks pretty good. I'm not a profoundly religious. But I do enjoy movies that discuss it. I do enjoy movies to discuss faith on an earth level. You know? Level human level. Not not the cramming down your exactly exactly and they see these studios. Are the religious studios are doing it more subtly? Now, they're giving you human experience and backdrop against the frame of faith, which works. I don't know. How big that is? But it's been getting a little bit bigger. And I think it's going to remain powerful niche to jump back into the movies without a diet without too much dialogue. I didn't know anything about this movie. I guess I missed the boat last year on this one. Maybe you guys have seen it. What I understand about it. He kind of reminded me of Lewis's call about under the skin. I have no idea if it's even anything like it. But but the kind of. Where he was describing it I want to know more about a movie called a quiet place. Oh, oh, well, you I don't know if you remember I review of it. But it was in my top ten and PG thirteen horror films, usually leave me cold because you're missing something. It doesn't have to be grew in gore, but the intensity that you can get with an R film has to be there. This one proved me wrong PG thirteen it has a lot of violence, but it's implied violence, and this is a masterpiece of sound design. Okay. Because when I was listening to the sound is what they were doing using egg timers and things not even that. But the lack of sound for the first half of the film, especially nobody wanted to eat their popcorn because it's almost like a silent film. Okay. Because of the premise, you have these creatures that have invaded. You don't know why or how they get the name, but they hunt. They're blind. But they hunt strictly by sound their entire head is an ear. It can they can. I mean functions is an ear, and they're big they're powerful. They got teeth and claws. And if you make a noise, you're dead. And so this family led by. Director John Christine is real life wife, Emily blunt. They have their family has put together a way of being absolutely silent. Now, I don't know how well this would work in the real world, you can probably pick it apart. But for the context of the film, it's brilliant, you know, from from setting down sand to walk barefoot. So they don't make creaking noises in the house. Everything is rugs. Everything is. And so for the first half of the film. They are completely silent. Sign language one of their daughters is played by a real life deaf. Actress showing actress who is terrific and she's deaf in the movie, obviously. And again, I can't tell you how much narrative you can get out of it.
"john christine" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"Tell me which one tell me which one you wanna hear the nominees for you can do the looking like a snack actor of the year. We can do. Let's see we can do Hornets movie character. No, that's too good. We gotta keep that you wanted to look like a snack actor of the year. Yeah. I think that's generic enough. It's t's, okay. Also best picture nominees and worst picture nominees are based off of the audiences top ten rankings. Okay. That's fair that makes sense. All right. So looking like a snack actor of the year nominations, Henry Cavill, mission impossible fallout Jason momoa, aquaman, Michael b Jordan creed to Bradley Cooper, a star is born John David Washington, black klansman, Ryan Gosling. I man John Christine ski of quiet place. Jamie Dornan fifty shades freed congrats Jamie Dornan. Jason ISAACs, the death of Stalin and Kyle Chandler. I man the gospel of not nominated this year. That's shame can you nominated for. I man. I did you're right. I'm I completely dead wrong. Your fucking with my head. Yup. I personally like. I forgot the nominees. Dude Fundermann it's going to be tough for Henry Cavill enough to win this award. I think Henry Campbell has just one of the bag. Oh, it's locked up. That's I if I if I was a betting man, I was going to bet on the ghost. That'd be my stone cold, look, I do like I like John Christine ski for the dad vibes. He was thrown off the sexy dad by he had quite pleased with the the Maroons shell caller sweater throughout. But he was a bad debt. He was a. He was a man and he gave into temptation and ultimately caused family problems. But breaking forgive us. Lord. He sacrificed himself as children and his family for that. We will remember it. We will definitely remember his character name, which was Peter. All right. So that's that's that will reveal the nominations on Sunday. We also have an interview on Sunday to about that. When interview did we tell we told you about this interview? Now, let's say surprise the audience wants a prize in a movie coming out this weekend. Also in a movie that was nominated for best original screenplay couple years ago. Based on a real life story. That's the tease we'll be coming up this weekend. It was in a movie the lot of based on a very popular real Inamori slash music, ripple put that we'll give again tease, you can probably put together as a fun interview..
"john christine" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Tell me which one tell me which one you wanna hear the nominees for you can do the looking like a snack actor of the year. We can do. Let's see we can do horny us movie character. No, that's too good. We gotta keep that you want to looking like a snack actor of the year. Yeah. I think that's generic enough. It's t's, okay. Also best picture nominees and worst picture nominees are based off of the audiences top ten rankings. Okay. That's fair. That makes sense. All right. So looking like a snack actor of the year nominations, Henry Cavill, mission impossible fallout Jason momoa, aquaman, Michael Jordan, creed to Bradley Cooper, a star is born John David Washington, black klansman, Ryan Gosling. I man John Christine ski of quiet place. Jamie Dornan fifty shades freed congrats Jamie Dornan. Jason ISAACs, the death of Stalin and Kyle Chandler. I man the gos- God not nominated this year. That's a shame. Can you nominate him for? I man. I did you're right. I'm I completely dead wrong. You're fucking with my head. Yup. I personally like. I forgot the nominees. Dude fundermann. Tougher Henry Cavill enough to win this award. I think Henry Campbell has just one of the bag. Oh, it's locked up. That's like if I if I was a betting man, I was going to bet on the ghost. That'd be my stone cold, look, I do like I like John Christine ski for the dad vibes. He was thrown off the sexy dad by he had quite pleased with the the Maroons shell caller sweater throughout. But he was a bad debt. He was a. He was a man and he gave into temptation and ultimately caused family problems. But breaking forgive us. Lord. He sacrificed himself as children in his family for that. We will remember it. We will definitely remember his character name, which was Peter. All right. So that's that's that will reveal the nominations on Sunday. We also have an interview on Sunday to about that. When the interview..
"john christine" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"There are so many people out there who were like just big nuts about apple products and always need to get the newest MAC and the news computer, the news iphone, I really see that as a trend that's going down feel like it's kind of a dwindling technology trend. So that will be really interesting to see just if Apple's able to recover I mean, I think people will continue to buy their products. But it is curious to see the trust is definitely going down. And really strict favouritism of the brand I think is also changing because other brands are coming out of catching up. I would say. In technology. I feel like other other brands have equal technology, but also in marketing and just social conscious appeal, I think a lot of people favor apple because of the way that it looks the way that you know, it's sleek the way that feels and other companies are really catching onto that and trying their best to keep up. So I don't know apple. This is going be a tough one. This is a pretty creepy bug. I hope they can. Shouldn't feel sympathy for a company that's big. But we'll see how they see if they can pull it off going on to our next story. This was also about the saga wards, which I realize I forgot to mention sag SAG awards stands for the Screen Actors Guild awards. And so this was an award show that happened recently and the stories about it and at these awards, Emily blunt gave a speech which really brought her husband, John Krimsky to tears, and it was very durable and the couple's very popular, Emily blunt and John Krimsky before the awards ceremony. They took a selfie together. And like John Crecy, he said on his comment of this photo said honored to be on the arm of this double nominee tonight. So they have a really adorable relationship. And a lot of people. Really, I don't know look up is the right word but admire their relationship, especially being I feel like Hollywood in a pit full of pit ho. Goals and potentially very bad unhealthy relationships. But their relationship is definitely adorable. Emily blunt was nominated for outstanding performance by female actor in a leading role for her work in Mary Poppins and outstanding performance for a female actor and supporting role for the film. She made together with John Krasinski, a quiet place. So I have not seen a quiet place because I am scared out of my mind to see it. But it does it does look very good. So she won award for quiet place. So a best performance for outstanding performance for female actor as supporting role she won. And she gave a gushing speech. And it was really it was adorable in a brought her husband tears, but I'm sure many other people watching extremely touched by it. When they announced the winner of the ward, she was obviously shocked, she hugged her husband, and he was already clearly emotional before she even gave his speech. But it was really beautiful. This is what she said. She said, oh, my goodness guys that truly has completely that truly has completely blown my slick back. Thank you. So so much. I am so moved and completely loss for words. Unprepared. I'm going to share this completely with my husband, John Christine sqi who because the entire experience of doing this with you has completely pierced my heart directly. You are. Stunning. Filmmaker I am so lucky to be with you and to have done this film with you. Thank you for giving me the part. He would have been in major trouble if you hadn't. So you really didn't have an option, but thank you. And then to the two little poems in our life. Our daughters Hazel inviolate who will have to be at least forty five before they can see this film. But they'll be proud of you nonetheless. Yet. This film looks terrifying. But the camera as during her speech at panned over to John and the Cam really caught him teary eyed. So it's so cute and they're already acute couple, and he's obviously extremely supportive of her. But it just makes it better that she won for a movie that they created together. Just you can I'm sure that was a difficult because directing and making movie can be difficult, but also heart warming experience for them. So that's really encouraging to see them doing. Well, that brings us to the end of the show. Thank you all so much for listening. I hope you can tune into the next social media news podcast..
"john christine" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"So I I shouldn't like I guess freak out so much about it. It's just been an interesting season of disconnect, you know. And I think that maybe that's a kind of broader thing for for me to think about an other kind of pundits like ourselves if we want to call ourselves out to kind of think about it. And and and I don't know, maybe maybe I should be having more conversations with people who are actually in these goading bodies and and trying to figure out like where their heads are really at before. I kind of you know, predict certain things that don't actually seem to be in the offing. I think it was also really interesting at the sag awards that we had a weird supporting actress category because distill presumed front runner to win the Oscar Regina king for if feels streak could talk was not nominated. At sags for I dunno mysterious reasons in so it was like, okay. Let's who who's the who's the the runner up there is it Amy Adams for vice people. I think assumed that or maybe it's one of the actresses from the right? No, it turns out it's Emily blunt for a quiet. It was such a genuinely lovely moment that because as we chew over this narrative for months and months at time like by the time it, you know, the officers come around it's either like the expected winner, or like, you know, the person that or the second expected winner, you know, what I mean? And so for Emily blunt to be genuine surprise her genuine shock, John Christine, skis like shock and teary face as he watched early give her a war, which all seems like quite genuine to me. But what do I know? I thought it was a huge highlight of the awards. What did you think? Mike. Yeah. I mean, I I'm very happy about it. Just because I thought I love that film. And I thought it was innovative, and and she's fantastic in it on every level. And I and I do think at its. Best an award ceremony like this where you've got a guild of actors who are seeing movies, probably through a slightly different lens than certainly the press is or even the way directors see it or the way regular, folks. See it. It's fun because it highlights something. And it makes you think. Yeah. That really is an unreal performance incredibly high degree of difficulty, dealing with all kinds of restrictions in restraints, also dealing with kids and dealing with violence, and sadness and joy, you know. It was like it. You suddenly think? Yeah. Good. I like that one, you know. And so that's what's fun. And that'll be the only word she gets for this role presumably, but but she should be proud of it. It's interesting. You know, we we talk about Regina kings, still being the presumptive winner. And and that's how I was feeling, but I like to bring these little dispatches from Katie rich because I'm sure our listeners miss mishearing. Katie's insights on stuff, and she was telling me she was sort of watching the sags next morning. She was telling me that. I guess Chris Rosen who we've spoken about before front of the pod. What does this title TV guide right now? Well, I think he's the editor of TV guide dot com. Yep. Martini gun editor TV guide, Chris rose. And apparently is known for his wacky Oscar theories and one he has percolating right now is not the Regina kings going to win. But that marina de Tavira is gonna win and like for Roma. And that is I mean. I mean, that's what he says some of his theories thinks black pants is going to win best picture. Can we just roll out? All of Chris theories. Eighty five percent convinced that black man through win best picture. But anyway, let's hear the marina de Tavira one. Well, let me ask you quickly because Katie felt convinced. So my question is is Katie just too far out of the game and like easily swayed right now or has Chris are have Chris's wild traditions in the past come true will Katie is tending to small children under the age of three, you know, that's probably going to adult your brain so much..
"john christine" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies
"A quiet place, quiet place. We'll that would be excellent choice because she's very well known for that. She just wanted to sag award for but. Nope, that's not. Mary Poppins returns. There'll be another great one. She's kind Akron. Those perfect. This is what they went with the judgment bureau. It gets worse. So save it. Save your bones for the end. Salmon fishing in the Yemen. So known for that she spent three years practicing Sam. L even think her character does it in the room. She is married to John Christine ski though, right? One point. To speak of your own game. As you go along. Source. Yeah. See knows something. She gets a point for. Round three. Okay. The first film is called the men Cherian candidate. Are we allowed to ask which originally are no or two? I'm gonna go Amy on that one. But that was a good idea. What it really narrowed it down for you. The next title. Is anesthesia Jesse it's Angela lansbury garage. Well. I was thinking about both of those mentoring candidates that of course, is the one from nineteen sixty two and then in the stage, and then two more titles from the great Angela lansbury. Murder. She wrote strangely. Not one of them. That is strange stuck to movies on this one. Okay. You know, if you want the mystery solved, maybe she go to Cabot cove. And ask for the help of Jessica Fletcher. That knobs six is that. Just two. Hey, come on. It's a real Maltin fest. You're hired Rebecca's. Got one wakes. Check it out. If you don't wanna be with your mother come be with us. What was slow? You don't want to be with your mother, my mother's. That's really we're all Alice from the test phase. Alice. So Jesse has to has to Becca has what and Amy is that some Kip great guests. Joy, some baked chips and jointly. Round four. The first time. Mary Poppins returns. The second title is Moana. Jesse just limit maranda baddies, correct? Good. Gonna say the rock. He doesn't have enough. He would have been a great addition to Mary Poppins return. That's the only thing he would have made a great chimney sweep down the chimney. I mean, Santa's fat is hell makes. Makes. I'm Jewish with the you're you're totally right. He hasn't doesn't have enough credits in film and TV to have to interesting that in person like him his contributions to soundtracks make it on. So if you can think of anything that he's put a little music into. I think he's saying you're not the boss of me. I don't know what that was. I don't I don't. To me. You're not. What? No clues for the other guest. Rebecca. I know you're star struck. In the height stuff. It's not they haven't made the movie version of in the heights. Don't have that one yet. You're not gonna get now. I'm sure not silly the odd life of Timothy green. I guess he's got a saw tracks. And then Star Wars force awakens. Is he is he a poured? Like, what's the those even in that one? I'd go. There's no ports in that one. But he is the made pork in Niger. Dream is that he doesn't have any character things. You're not the boss of me. Jesse? Job said the lead with three points. Yeah. And just the nicotine because that was that was the final final round. And so you won that one Jesse you came in here, not feeling confident. Now, I feel like we should be on top of the world. But we'll see what happens next because. I have prepared. It's been a long time. But has to come back. He could see right here. I wrote down what's fuck and play the letter. Two..
"john christine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Of you Jain, I just Offerman Mazda. My might have because they have a lot of comedy people. I mean, she had some good jokes. She did. She did I tell you. Danni. The one thing that kind of people in the press from went oh was when the Cosby show. Geoffrey Owens, got an I'm an actor. That was really nice. I thought that was to give a little. Viral photo of him working as a cashier at trader Joe's last year. And anyway, he he was you know, people were just say we shaming him. That's what it was. Was you know, and it was like, well, you know, the acting every it seemed like that was kind of a frame of reference Fisher cat when she came back. She said, you know, my dad was a working we had seven kids. And she said he didn't want me to be an actor because it's not always an easy way to make a living. You don't know when your next job is coming Jason Bateman made reference to that Rami Alec. But this has been something that they've always ended. The Sega words they started off. I am an actor. Story you tell a story is it. Did you get cast? You know people. Do we don't have. Now the guy. No, no, we didn't ask for that. But I mean, he got a big round of applause and in the back room, or at least I was applauding. And you know, it's funny. He said, and I I was a worker at trader Jones, but I'm an actor spent a good year for me or whatever he said, and then the cast of black clansman had the real Ron stallworth sitting with for trade in the movie by John, David Washington. So he was really there. Yes. Trish, your cat things American thanked Robert Muller for supporting American sovereignty. And so. John Christine ski starting gave to standing ovations at two different times for Emily blunt, and tears and his I was so sweet completely Pierce, my heart. You have completely. Husband Alan, Alda, got a huge long, sandy. But see breaks away from the show when the winners come back. So you'll either show kind of discombobulated so. Yeah. Jason Bateman keep it together. Sander ho was very inspirational. The Black Panther cast was so pumped. They were they were shocked the fun. And you know, we talked on sage jed with bozeman gave a good movie acceptance speech, and then very eloquent in the back. Our friend Tanya hurt asked a good question about the importance of this movie getting made it'd be popular. And what it means? And so it was very we're like, wow. You would have been glad if you watch the whole show, I think. Oh, yeah. Memorium boy with a little twenty a lot of people was a lot of people a lot of people, and Danny I know you posted this and probably, you know, that's maybe we're Alec Baldwin was on the show last night, the trailer for drunk parents is here, and he's in it was so my supposed to be the trailer is very funny. Oh, good might be. If it's this funny now, I'm worried are those all the funny. Be a train wreck that that's just Bonilla. I agree. That happens in trailers, they show you all the really funny parts. So take a look at that. If you would like we also have the red carpet eighty two different dresses that were worn and Zach Ephron is scaring the hell out of us looking like Ted Bundy and a net. Oh my gosh. Does he ever trailer? Kind of. I know it's it's uncanny resemblance. Bundy also Julia ju Andrew Cunanan, I'm not Andrew Cunanan Gianni Versace Darren criss came back. And you know, what he said in? This was kind of sweet because I was gonna ask him a question. You were you were working. I was working on it. And we haven't chatted since we chatted so many years ago at the four seasons. Yeah. He was really sweet wanting to make sure that everybody who is affected by Andrew Kanada him Johnny for Sachi's family. Doug. I can't think of his last year of trail. I can't think of the. Yeah. And he says I I did we did that twenty explain the families. We wanted to show, you know, the story and how it impacted people in mental illness just really defended that a lot. So I feel like maybe there's been some pushback there. We want them to make sure that this was a powerful story. And then needed to be told about mental illness will also that you get to know Andrew Cunanan victims. Yeah. You.
"john christine" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Writers dreamed of a studio embrace their work, and you guys are writer directors. But at the same time, John Christine ski fell in love with your script. And you had to decide do you try and pursue directing and on your own or. Have a completely bankable adept star take it onto direct tell us about the difficulty in that Joyce 'cause I'm sure there was a moment of hesitation somewhere. Maybe there wasn't. I mean, it also is like you go on a journey like John had directed to incredible character dramas, but it wasn't necessarily like the obvious choice that you would think to direct the film, but what was great about both John. And Emily when they read the script was the idea that they connected to it on a very visceral level like they just had a kid. Who was they were three weeks into parenting their second child at the time. And so they connected to it so strongly and so there was that aspect, but there was also the aspect like before they even came on board. We were we were talking to platinum dunes are like who's your dream gas for this like if you could have anybody it's like, well, we're not going to get her by Emily blonde is pretty good, you know, and maybe somebody who similar to Emily blunt who would do this type of move. He's like really kind of like beating around the Bush like when we got the phone call that they had read the script, and they were all. In it was so confusing. We were just like wait, John Kaczynski, Emily blunt. We're like hanging out together because they're both famous actors, and they were just like passing scripts over to we didn't get it. They're like, no, they're married like, oh, okay. That's interesting. They're married and they wanna play the married couple. And it would just like, you know, it's like how do you turn that down? And it just felt like and even like when we started watching the film. It's just like the authenticity that they bring as a real life couple. And also as two of the most talented actors of their generation is, you know, ultimately, it's a blessing. What was the budget scheduled for this? And they were going to get into the spoiler. Right. I mean, the the budget is report is somewhere between seventeen to twenty. So it's still, you know from a studio standpoint, it's still pretty nimble in the shooting schedule. I think was around like thirty two thirty six days all told so again like that all things considered on a big studio movie. Like, that's not the same resources that you have. And the other thing that we were really impressed by with all production team as they went into production. They wrapped. November twenty seventeen and the film premiered at south by southwest like five months later and the post production process of that was breakneck speed considering all the sound design all the via fax of the marketing that you have to do. So we weren't sure is it going to come together. But we are Hughes came together it it made one hundred eighty eight million dollars domestic one hundred fifty two million dollars foreign for three hundred forty million dollars worldwide cume so it really touched a nerve with audiences. It went fantastic. And as we sit here tonight now that we're going to get into the spoiler section you guys with John who came on as a writer as well ended up getting WGN nominated. So congrats on your nomination as well. Thank you. Thank you so much. We still can't believe it when when I first moved out here. And my dad came out and helped me move out. We were at the grove at the farmer's market eating food, and I remember like pointing across the street to the writers guild building. And I was like dad one day, my dream is to be a part of the writers guild like that would be so cool. So we didn't even dream this big. It's we're very grateful. We'll get grits SU Tillis this. I'm curious about lift turns. Now that we're in the spoilers will tell us something that was maybe on the page that never was shot..
"john christine" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Ignoring Justice second that completely terrible and brutal garnish of this whole situation. What eight the most about these creepy damyean monsters other screwing with my podcasts. It's like fine another planet. The bull your something. My dude podcasting is tough enough already. Howdy. I'm Jeff Goldsmith. And this is the QNA. My gender is simple. Each week. I plan to bring you in depth insights into the creative process of storytelling, folks. Fear. Not I could use my big boy voice because then monsters ain't real. But I'll tell you what Israel. I had co writers, Brian woods and Scott Beck. Join me to chat about their latest film. A quiet place to film was complete success. And a great nail biting horror, flick and woods and Beck were WGN nominated along with their co writer and film's director John Christine Christie. Another fascinating factoid is that woods and Belk have been longtime listeners of this podcast, something they chose to tell me the minute. I shut my mic soft. And that means that they technically cheated because they knew. Over half my damn questions. But it's always great to have podcast listeners reached the stage. And I think this makes them the sixteenth or seventeenth time. That's happened. It might even be the eighteenth. I've kind of lost count. But I was quite pleased to hear that they tune in. So that's a good thing to look their film really resonated with audiences worldwide. And they were quite forthcoming about their creative process. So I know you'll dig this episode and speaking of things to dig we recently published issue thirty five of backstory magazine, and it features a vice cover story with writer director, Adam McKay, he takes us behind the scenes in a forty six hundred words spoiler specific interview, all about his truly original script,.
"john christine" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"Biased calculated script from director Adam occa- bail along with Steve Carell, deep dive into Donald Rumsfeld showcased just how ugly the polish. Ix that rule over America are so to recap all of us number four outstanding. Right. So this over that's the consensus is the fourth best movie the year. No matter what is proven market number three Spiderman into the spider verse I knew it was going to be high initially. I had rough to is my best animated film of the year. Then I caught the eye max of Spiderman into the spider verse, which not only is the best animated film of the year. But it should be the marvel film campaigning for best picture over Black Panther, a truly amazing interpretation of the tiring superhero. Sub-genre the film from Bob per I'm gonna birth butcher. This name persons Shetty, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman and written by Rothman and LEGO movies, Phil Lord, transcends? The art form of animation by faithfully adapting the medium within the film, and a story that will emotionally toe to toe with most dramas, I need love it. I like the fact that you trip over that name because normally when there's a multi cloud. Yeah. That's a sign. Was not because six renters three directors y'all got. But in this case actually worked by just all different input on we're able to make some them challenging. Yeah. And that's the thing you have three directors and two writers one of the writers, which was one of the directors especially with animation. You kinda have to have multiple people overseeing the project because of how much especially with Spiderman because of how how much different each character's artwork was. So you couldn't just, you know, make Pixar and everything's going to be the same. You had different art forms for spider girl, you had a different art form for nor Spiderman for spider ham. Everyone looked and moved differently within this universe, and especially miles Morales universe with with the alternate universe. Peter parker. They looked a little different. And I I love the fact that they did a lot of. Camera tricks without using special effects? They used it in the artwork like using the field and painting and doing the character design within that I'm a much bigger fan of that over like trying to force like the layered style of animation that was developed back in the cel shading whatnot. Yeah, about what are we got fantastic. Anyway, number two, black klansman. How Spike Lee scorch is with this insanely true story about Ron stallworth? The black detective that infiltrated the KKK in the nineteen seventies filled with all the swagger and stuff substance of blaxploitation films, while entrenching us in one of the most tension driven films in the last twenty years while the ending may seem grandiose to some. I felt it was right in place with Spike Lee and his style. Yeah. I didn't think of this. You accident crazy about the ending of the Charlottesville stuff. So I'm likely that's his deal. And he's doing he's doing his thing. And you got to respect them for it. Good. Call them just to blaxploitation number one number. One a quiet place for the best film of the year in one of the best horror films. This generation what John Christine ski accomplishment, accomplishes in ninety minutes from a script, he penned with Brian woods, and Scott back is instantly. Classic the tremendous use of sound coupled with outstanding performances from the entire cast, especially his wife, Emily blunt prove that given the right direction and inspiration horror can be more than cheap scares in. Erie tensions waiting for the next bump, I'm astonished. You did not have Halloween in your top ten. What happens second viewing? It just fell down. It's not even in my honorable mentions. Whole I'm still going to buy it's coming out on Blu Ray soon. I'm still going to purchase it. I still respect it..
"john christine" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"One point five. I'm in a disadvantage to talk about this. But I'm dying to anyway. Because it's it's it's just so dumb. It's just so silly. What is going on? I I've never seen this. That's why I met a disadvantage. I have not seen the movie I have only read about this. But there is a movie, it's a Netflix original and it became wildly popular. But apparently not because it's a very great movie. But because of all the memes that came out instantly about it. It's called bird box. And from what I can gather from what I could weave together from what I've read something happens in the world. Where is where there is this this evil that is unleashed? And if you see this evil, it will drive you to kill yourself or some other harm will come to you. Right. Many many people have killed themselves in this movie, again, I'm just going by what I read. I I haven't seen it if I'm getting anything wrong. Call an incorrect me and five years into this. There's this woman who is apparently trying to get her children out of this area somewhere to safety. But the way that you would have to do it because the fear is you'll come across this thing. And if you see it with your eyes, it will infect you affect you whatever kind of like, the quiet place where John Christine ski and his family. Couldn't talk. Otherwise, they would get killed. So in this one you can't look or you get killed. Okay. I never saw that you didn't know. So they blindfold themselves, and they have to make it through this forest and all these dangerous things, and they have to do entirely blindfolded. Apparently, there's a girl and a boy, I only know that because the warning that net flicks put out about what a member too though, you next ref references boy and girl, and then the mother and the mother's what Sandra Bullock believe so. Okay. So that's the premise of this movie. I asked a couple of people around the building if they had seen it and the few who have seen it. They all said the same thing. It was like it was good wasn't great. Like that. So apparently, the big thing the big selling point what what really propelled this movie is that people started putting out a whole ton of means about it. Well now backing that up. There's this thing now out there called the Byrd box challenge. The bird box challenge as dumb as this is has people putting on blindfolds and doing normal everyday things except completely blind. And obviously it can be really really dangerous. Now, some people are taking it upon themselves to try to live their lives for an entire twenty four hours going outside doing whatever they can do normally but entirely blindfolded for the whole day. Other people have attempted the challenge for a shorter period. Some people are attempting just to do a certain thing while blindfolded, whether it's mowing the lawn or whatever it might be. Well, I'm just throwing that one out there. Actually, I've got a list of some. Let's see. Okay. Here's a lot of people that were on either Instagram or Twitter, and they were sharing videos, of course. And some people are reacting to these videos like this one y'all got a chill with that bird box challenge. Why he do that baby? Boy like that he's not a little baby boy just learned to walk and he's got to get blindfolded walking around. That's smart. What do you think is gonna happen? Some people are let's see. Looks like he's doing something in a bathroom. All yeah. Here's the one. I wanted to share. Some guys at the gym. And he's got the long bar, and he's got a lot of weight on it. And he shares and these blindfolded, of course, he shares when you're not allowed to see, but you can't skip legs. So started to do squats. Blindfolded? How stupid is that your vision is going to be part of your balance? Yeah. What's it's the stupidest thing ever heard of? But then I remember the pied tied pod challenge that was pretty stupid to and they just go on and on. Here's another guy at the gym trying to work out on the equipment. Totally blindfolded these people because he the guy going backwards on the treadmill? I think it is. I think it is. And so net flicks has to and they can't believe they even say that they had to put out a warning. And this is from net flicks. They sent out a tweet from net flicks. It says can't believe I have to say this. But please do not hurt yourselves with this bird box challenge. We don't know how this started. And we appreciate the love. But boy and girl have just one wish for twenty nineteen. And it is that you not end up in the hospital due to means. So yeah, even net. Flicks. Does not want you doing and yet they have no control over it. It's just the thing that goes around the internet and people are, of course, are posting their videos. So have you even heard of this number one? And I'm not talking about just parents with kids. I'm talking about anybody any age have you even heard of this, do, you know, anybody who has tried to do this? Have you tried to do this this bird box challenge? And also just for kicks what other kind of crazy challenges. Have you heard of that people have either attempted or maybe you personally know somebody that actually tried it like the tide pod? Like, the pod challenge, for example, any of those crazy challenges. What have you heard of our phone number's one eight hundred two eight three one oh one point five. Now, we did have Joe take the cinnamon challenge. Yes. But I don't think there's anything deadly about that. No. There's not random do the milk challenge to that. I thought he was going to die. He didn't even throw up. You're not supposed to be able to do it. But he did I'm trying to remember. Did we buy the wrong kind of milk? We think we got skin. I don't know. 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"john christine" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"This is this is this is this isn't good. This is the happening which m nights, sham lamb, lamb ding-dong already. Did it's a quiet place, which John Christine ski already did if you were going to take a rip off of the happening and make it good. That's already been done. This was like a step down in backwards. Somehow. I don't know what the fuck that. It look worth a watch. Yes. But it is far from an original concept. I thought the execution overall in the movie was solid though. It felt silly is fuck at times like it's really hard to take it seriously when the. I mean, it's literally the description that I would give is the angel of death concept that humanity is being wiped from the earth by this this third party entity and the concept in the in the in the show is you can't look at it. Or you'll kill yourself in. All you have to do to get around. That's put on a blindfold and then resist. I just that's hard to take seriously enough. You know what I'm saying? It's like a quiet place never felt stupid or silly. I felt very heavy. The whole time you're watching it is dark as movie, and it just had weight to it felt more real. So I think this this whole bird box deals kinda going to serve as the red headed stepchild do a quiet place. I don't think this thing ever. I don't I don't see get nominated and stuff. It's getting a lot of hype. But I think that's all bullshit. Is this a scary movie? Does this movie scare you does this qualify? As a scary move. Or is it scarier? What do you think it's a post of pock elliptic scenario? I wouldn't call it a horror film. I would call it a if anything is psychological thriller, maybe a little bit more. I don't it's definitely not a horror film. It's it's like a post-apocalyptic psychological thriller sort of. Really? It's just blindfold forty five million. People watched it in its first seven days on Netflix. It's it is that seems pretty impressive. They're destroying. Everyone in this field of forty five million accounts had watched it. Yes, or cylinders? Here's the thing. The wrap your head raised. Yes. So this is the beauty of Netflix than I've started to kind of realize that they've they've the best content markets it self, right? Like, you don't even have the market, and they figured out more and more the angles on that on that type of content that's gonna market itself. Just like banish Nash did just like bird box did both of these both of these. I watched this weekend or nights twins as the middle. Nobody. No, no, one knows what fucking day it is in twenty nineteen right now if a few days ago is what I mean when I say the weekend I saw I watched both of these without ever having seen a fucking commercial about either one totally natural marketing through social media and through. That's it memes. Word of mouth, and it got me on both of them. So it's huge win as your question. Huge. I don't know. How you I'm always. Confused by net. Flicks is like business model in general. Okay. Has right now they have a hundred and thirty seven million subscribers that is fucking crates lot. Okay. But apparently, they're still like three billion negative in a cash flow situation. He I think he just making all of that was just for twenty eighteen they lost three billion dollars. How? So my question for you is do you think that there are people that saw these memes and read about Burbach and said I'm gonna win prescribed and net. Flicks. Some you think I guess that's the proof in the pudding. Yeah. I bet. I bet did they got a lift. I mean, that's the thing is if I start if we like us talking about it right now, extrapolate that out exponentially. And you've got what let's even if ten fucked out with one person signs up from listening to our show is like I got to watch this. I gotta get Netflix. I didn't have it before I'm insane. And then goes and gets networks. That's that's one extrapolate that out..
"john christine" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"I need you. This is a bad worst yet. Escaping the world college six Replicans, three male female slotted. I'm blade runners job is to hunt down Replicans. Eighty two they thought it was reasonable projection into into the future look at twenty nineteen which is right now in Los Angeles. They're going to be flying cars. They're were going to be those that crushed crushed. Skyscrapers with the videos playing gigantic videos playing the cars flew by. And we we we're going to be hunting down rogue Replicans with Bladerunner that was the vision of what's happening. I'm tremendously disappointed at it doesn't look like that at all. And but it is typical of science fiction that looks into the future in the original story. I always remember the Philip k dick story Bladerunner is based on this, call do androids dream, electric sheep. I always remember. He's a flying car. But when he wants information has to look at his mimeographed pages of reports. Now, a lot of probably don't even know what a mimic graph was. But before there Xerox machines when I was a little kid before Xerox machines, you've got this these two pieces of paper with kind of ink pad inbetween them. So that when you typed with your typewriter on one page it made a copy on the other page that was a mimeograph copy, and you could have mimeograph machine that would do it automatically. It was before Xerox machines were before cop. Peers we're inventing Phil Kate. They could imagine he could imagine flying cars, but he couldn't imagine Xerox machines or computers. He couldn't imagine a computerized world. And so what's so interesting about this Urso Ursula Kayla? Gwen, I think I've got this. Right. She was a a famous she died last year. I think she was a famous fantasy and science fiction writer. She said when you write about the future. You're not writing about the future. You writing about the present you are extrapolates and things from the from the president into the talk about what's going on right now. So Bladerunner, which is now become a kind of. Genre into it self genre of detective tough guy detective who has to determine an issue of what the human being is is really talking about the coming transhumance that I think we all see coming once they can put something in your head that makes you smarter or once they can mess with your genes and make you healthier. Nobody's going to turn that down. And that's going to change the way humans perceive themselves in what the definition of a human being is and his robots become more complex that also going to become may become an ethical issue. I don't actually think that is going to become an ethical issue, but it might. But anyway, so we're talking about Zayed's now that's about and I started to think, well, what stories now reflect where we are even though they don't show the world as a as realistically as we think. So. Right now because of movies are kind of aging the movies become this place that all agr forms. I've talked about this. I know it doesn't times but all aging are forms divide. They divide into things that the people like and things that the intellectuals like and both of those things have flaws because they're missing what an are form has at its absolute absolute prime is it has movie say or plays or novels that not only do the readers like that only the average public like that that excite the intellectual. Shakespeare, you can read Shakespeare till till you die you can nothing. But Shakespeare, it will always supply with intellectual fodder. But the people love Shakespeare in his time. They would come to see them because he was so entertaining. That's an art form of this prime. Casa Blanca art form in its prime. Now, you have the superhero movies that are largely empty calories. And then you have these little slice of life movies that excite the leftist intellectuals, but nobody goes to see them. That's why nobody watches the Oscars anymore giving awards the movies. Nobody cares about excess. This little elite shape now, and then the movie still produce a film that speaks to a lot of people and has a lot of death. And last year, I think the movie that did that was a quiet place that was that John Christine ski Emily blunt film that junk since key directed his wife, Emily blunt. And the story was it was post apocalyptic, you know, you can just play play the the trailer turn the sound off..