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"john milius" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:51 min | Last month

"john milius" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"You think of the top ten most memorable lines in movies. He's written like five of them. It's crazy so i don't know how way with But it's not just the lines. It's not just thing because the reason the lines are memorable is because the moments or memorable which is because the characters are memorable rights and that's the difference between a lot a lot of other directors and writers would do great things but they don't get that that that it's it's hard to put your finger on exactly what it is. It's almost like this. You really know the character right. But you're selling him short and it's easy for you to do because you're so close to the fire and what comes to me is look. They're great directors. Okay spielberg i get it There are great scriptwriters. Mike yovich and others. But there's nobody who's a great script writer. Incredible great director incredible and producer. And then the guy who's like the l. surgeon for everybody else when they that film is tanking his garbage in the rushes are coming in and nobody wants to see it released and he comes in and he gets the paddles and he fixes it with a little. Bit of a rewrite. That robert shaw delivers and makes the movie. So it's at it's poverty for you to analyze. But how does he have that that that circumference of talent. I mean i think if i obviously can't say from his perspective but from knowing his career path i think it was Forged out of the fact that he was forced to do anything. They didn't want him to direct for the first half of his career. And that's very common get pigeonholed as a writer director in hollywood and he was getting these incredible fees the rate that he was getting to write scripts at his you when he was right on radioed fee was at the beginning right and that was for Judge roy being weirdly was like an broker record for a screenwriter so he was like the top earning screenwriter in hollywood at that point and for him to be like no. I want a direct. And i'm not going to release. I'm not going to give you my next script unless i get to direct it. Which was well. I think he got the record breaking rate because they he wanted to direct that and he kept bargaining back and forth and they were just like no rather than direct which is weird. Because that's the thing is unless you come out of film school directing no one trusts you to direct you. It's very hard to transition into directing producing or writing or anything yourself it can take decades and arm twisting and you won't get any money and that's what happened is he didn't take a fee but for he he wrote a script everyone was gonna want. Which was dillinger. And then he. And then he insisted on directing it himself and that's how he finally was able to start

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The Magic of Screenwriter and Director John Milius

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:51 min | Last month

The Magic of Screenwriter and Director John Milius

"You think of the top ten most memorable lines in movies. He's written like five of them. It's crazy so i don't know how way with But it's not just the lines. It's not just thing because the reason the lines are memorable is because the moments or memorable which is because the characters are memorable rights and that's the difference between a lot a lot of other directors and writers would do great things but they don't get that that that it's it's hard to put your finger on exactly what it is. It's almost like this. You really know the character right. But you're selling him short and it's easy for you to do because you're so close to the fire and what comes to me is look. They're great directors. Okay spielberg i get it There are great scriptwriters. Mike yovich and others. But there's nobody who's a great script writer. Incredible great director incredible and producer. And then the guy who's like the l. surgeon for everybody else when they that film is tanking his garbage in the rushes are coming in and nobody wants to see it released and he comes in and he gets the paddles and he fixes it with a little. Bit of a rewrite. That robert shaw delivers and makes the movie. So it's at it's poverty for you to analyze. But how does he have that that that circumference of talent. I mean i think if i obviously can't say from his perspective but from knowing his career path i think it was Forged out of the fact that he was forced to do anything. They didn't want him to direct for the first half of his career. And that's very common get pigeonholed as a writer director in hollywood and he was getting these incredible fees the rate that he was getting to write scripts at his you when he was right on radioed fee was at the beginning right and that was for Judge roy being weirdly was like an broker record for a screenwriter so he was like the top earning screenwriter in hollywood at that point and for him to be like no. I want a direct. And i'm not going to release. I'm not going to give you my next script unless i get to direct it. Which was well. I think he got the record breaking rate because they he wanted to direct that and he kept bargaining back and forth and they were just like no rather than direct which is weird. Because that's the thing is unless you come out of film school directing no one trusts you to direct you. It's very hard to transition into directing producing or writing or anything yourself it can take decades and arm twisting and you won't get any money and that's what happened is he didn't take a fee but for he he wrote a script everyone was gonna want. Which was dillinger. And then he. And then he insisted on directing it himself and that's how he finally was able to start

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Is John Milius the Most Influential Modern Filmmaker in America Today?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Is John Milius the Most Influential Modern Filmmaker in America Today?

"The way to the students. I thought i wanna talk to amanda against lover. She's a patriot. she's a good gal. Should i mention her. Dad again. Is it imbalances. Has she fed up. don't they know i don't. I'm not fed up by gets it was read on day the other day red door because the something years that yeah. It's true it's true. She gave his signed poster. Red dawn guys signed by. John milius himself and i wanna talk about him just for a little bit. Why because i was awake slate. My wife was traveling three. Am so what what comes up on my youtube feed. The documentary called millions. And i thought is this going to be a hit job. Because he's the off onto hebrew of hollywood. he's a conservative. he's a patriot. Is this going to be you. Know a lamb basking of this man's record. I tell you. I don't know who made it and i texted you off to midnight. And yeah they're really good guys. And i always allow him and his movies. But even i as a film fan didn't realize just how many things he touched. Which are seminal not just as directed but you know when when he rewrites the uss minneapolis seen from joe's. Where when he fixes sean. Kearney says i'm not gonna do right. Oh tober unless john milius writes some speeches for me and that's how they get him the hunt for red auto. But i want to say right here right now. I think i think your founder john milius is perhaps the most influential modern filmmaker. We have in america

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"john milius" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

"john milius" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Can you imagine a kid saying that. He was drawn like a magnet to trouble that he could easily could have avoided. This imbalanced concerned me because it took hawks out of a zone of comfort and put him constantly. On the edge i was not just watching another aggressive gracie growing up watching someone with an unbalanced mental approach to life when kim tried to raynham in he became rebellious and defiant towards her. This caused strife between came in me because she did not want her kids to be gracie brawlers. She'd hoped that the move to america will put them on a different track but it was too late hawks and was already on a self guided mission to be the greatest gracie of his generation reckless. Yes but forever a fighter. Then we get to early. Nineteen ninety-three horan's dream of bringing valet tudo. Fighting to america to showcase jujitsu was about to come true. He asked me to meet with him and his student. Hollywood director john milius and told me that they had backers for the ultimate fighting championships. America's first valet tudo event. Finally an opportunity for me to make a name for myself in america. This was the opportunity there have moved to the united states for now. It was reality when hori and told me that he wanted our younger brother. Hoist to fight in the first tournament and keep me as a backup in case he lost. I was disappointed. So there you go there the first. Ufc yes you must have thought that you were going to be the guy. I was sure about that. You know. I was sure i was the one who represents the family and then will come with the news. Voice will do because if he lost you came up you come up back up and stuff. I felt a little. Tricky was good situation for hard and keep things under control. What i took as it is and help hoist to fight. I got to backtrack a little bit. You're going at this time. You were teaching up at the before you had your studio you teaching in the garage. Right i start. I come here rent. The house start teaching my garage under.

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"john milius" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"john milius" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"So that he can buy out their inherit rather that land and there is a contested daughter who reenters the mix reenters late by the way. Yeah this movie is long by the way this movie is to this has the John Landis comedy vibe of it's almost a two hour film that really for the level of comedy is this is this could have been a ninety minute movie but I guess it's Third Act to where it's like which always kind of not puts me to sleep but I got the blues brother's. Car Chase car chase car car chase holy shit that that car chase goes on for a long time but I also feel like it's one of the better executions of this. I've ever seen I loved it. What should be a three act ninety minute comedy adding on an extra act that suddenly action set pieces yes. This is where to it starts to remind me of the BEREND's car movies, car culture movies, such a part of this like this big. You know they get all they've got whatever it is two hundred kids to drive jalopy's across the. Down the highway and then when they turn they've. What's his name? I can't remember the guy's name who is in the lead who realizes he's in a red car. Graham yes. grinds everything to a halt because like I can't drive a red eye there are so many good little little things woven throughout here about his fear of bad luck and bad Juju and like good luck charms and red cars all this stuff about cars and superstitions felt very real again to a used car lot. To two guys that are like daily. Good or bad luck selling her car. Well, that's where you guys were saying that this fee does not feel like a movie made by someone who's like three years away for making back to the future but on the other hand I, guess five years away. But on the other hand, that's where for me the last act the fourth act of this movie really starts to show these guys are about to make back to the future because the way all those things pay off all these things that for the first ninety minutes feel like just fun bits of characterization. The teacher coming back with all his students like a joke that doesn't back own. This scrappy comedy at the last thirty minutes becomes tight as a drum, and suddenly everything is suddenly like an activator for some static payoff and by the way I wanNA shout out Alfonzo Arrow who you might L. Kuopio from three Amigos who plays a very large part in this movie because he owns the two hundred and sixty cars and a great little moment in the beginning that you forget about goes away for the entire film and I was so excited to see him back again it was a great. It was it at the beginning it was that they did set up. Oh, I have two, hundred sixty. But yeah. But it was it was a payoff I enjoyed seeing comeback both of you guys come from. There's that there's that philosophy where it's like the perfect time to do a callback is the minute after the audience as forgotten that you set up in the first. Couple of times throughout the movie you know is they let you they don't feel like they need to hold your hand at all they let you forget that those cars exist. They let you forget a number of items even as to your point earlier how how long they wait to have the daughter return? Yeah. You know like not that you've forgotten but you really she? In another movie, she would've come earlier and in the John Milius version of the movie they would've failed. You know like if it's a, it's a, it's a mecca so you can feel. So Mickelson Spielberg in how the end of the how the last act of this movie is unabashedly hopeful and successful. You know like to the point where to the point where they are. Kurt Russell and. I'm forgetting the actresses name who plays the Fuchs Daughter Debra. And Deborah are. Back Tony Newscaster and back to the future who Stolen. They are in the back of pickup truck like leading everybody like Rura it is. It feels very Ecstatic you know this this we're GONNA do it. We're going to save the show. In a way that I feel like the John Milius version ends with like a wrecking ball going through the used car dealership. Crying at the funeral of an American flag. I mean this they win over GRANDPA Munster. Right, there's something about like the infectiousness of this guy representing the good end. The ill of the American spirit is, is the Spielberg Meka's connection. Wow. Okay. Call we got even anti. I would love for you. Sixteen ghostbusters men. Tollett, okay I pulled all four. Someone is trying to zoom bomb us. And of course, as we all know when someone's trying to zoom bomb you, you hear the ringing. And also it makes the skype. That's exactly how it works. Now, who is this who's been very quietly listening to talk knows busters. Except that it..

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"john milius" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"john milius" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And I'll tell you why because we have incredible interviews like this one we're going to give you a little snippet and that's why I use the Dirty Harry that'll sound bite why because we sat down this week for an hour with none other than Amanda medius daughter of John Milius film producer extraordinaire and she told us about her three is in the trump administration fighting the deep state here is Amanda melius from our latest Goku's cabinet exclusive interview roll video I wasn't on the NSE but because of my my dream that I was invited to the NSC meetings in the skiffs and I'll be there in the sit room and be talking about the D. I. the defeat ISIS plan would be talking about China or and and whatever Russia and he said that for an hour and a half two hours and this is this is the top outside of principle so outside of cabinet members is the highest level policy decision making organ in the United States so this is the White House whatever it is sit room meeting on X. which means we've got the senior directors the relevancy of directors of the national accounts in the room you've got me you might have about it we've got C. I. A. T. I. A. out stations across the global on secure video teleconference I sit there listening I realize something this is you know SIS senior intelligence executive service you got sick you know ambassadors senior director is been in the job twenty thirty years whatever and for all I don't know how if nobody mentions the president's name that would drive me insane nobody mentions with our got size is what the president said yesterday in Riyadh yeah so I just take it upon myself after about two hours it's that as a means winding down it's the guy with the funny accidents sticks up his hands as guys can I remind you what the president said about banks yesterday what his objectives up on China and Russia on this and that they look they look not only sorry thank you I'm a dumbass or the state they look at you like you're an insane person who's walked in drunk to the library and you're you're throwing books all over the place because we we no and it's also it's there's there's there's there's like element where they treat you like you're kind of childish for wanting to do with the don't be silly right now we've got this no no don't please don't talk about Syria we we do zero policy mess like you go back to Hollywood in here like actually but I'm the only one that's like in here saying it isn't this what we're supposed to be doing like who are these guys that what is what it's it's the why and it's important policy has it more than anything else I mean I think we've actually made incredible strides and there's been a lot of cabinet members that had cabinet secretaries who have done really well with some of their mastic agencies and departments I sing quietly nice and quietly done and I hear from the political the work there were you here while things if they meet with their cabinet they need to keep going yes that's right but they're doing an excellent job but I'm but then you get into foreign policy and the deep state holds on to foreign policy more than anything else because if we can make all their money well yeah but right but your hand in hand which is where they get you know the all the it's it's the crack I mean it's there's certain third rails that you find when you've worked there for an X. amount of time that you're like okay well I could do at this policy and nobody really stopped us and they seem to be okay with that but then you touch something that you didn't realize would be a third rail like the NGOs system yes and the or the the you know the monorail G. Sims money for refugees will make come out of the woodwork into your office like you've never I mean so so I I I'm annoyed I'm angry right now you know we're both annoyed annoyed now I'm angry at you because this is too enjoyable we've got three minutes left yeah that was last it's good we have to come back for it first I didn't say any bad we have to come back for Joe Rogan we could have two to three yeah three four will break his record would have for a half hour interview with a man if you want to hear the rest of that hour long interview with John Milius is incredible daughter Amanda millions who just left the trump administration all the deep state and the challenges that remain then go to set goal could dot com S. E. B. G. O. R. K. a.

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"john milius" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Hi Michael I listen to your show and I appreciate your perspective into all aspects of life. My boyfriend and I have been together for almost four years. I'm thirty two and he's forty seven recently. The question of are we ready to get married came up again the. I'm not sure we're ready answer that I eventually received from him is obviously not what I wanted to hear. However this day and age seems to complicate feelings and futures and now so many people aren't sure of anything what sort of insight you have on this given that you and your wife had a longer longer winding courtship and that dating marrying for millennials is sort of a train wreck. This is sort of a trainer. That's an understatement this heart breaking question to have floating around in my mind but how do I wait wait but but do I wait and work on the relationship or call it quits tell him to Piss or get off the pot simple as that it is true. I dated sweet at Little Lisa for so long in part because we dated when we were little kids who dated when we met when we were nine or ten and were dating when we were sixteen and we split for college and then got back together and in this very millennial way waited a long time and moved all around the country and those sorts of things. I wish I'd gotten married sooner. It would have been better to do that and I sort of wish she had told me what I told you my grandmother and grandfather dated for a while and eventually she gave him that ultimatum as well picture hissar. Get off the pot. That's what you should tell him to do. Especially because I mean you're younger than he is. It seems you're thirty two and he's forty seven. He's forty seven. He's know young boy. I cut him off. I'd take the license stratas strategy. I would make him make a decision to make act like a man who certainly old enough to be one and there's no two weighs about that. Don't wait around for even two seconds. Make a decision you can move on with your life if he doesn't want to do it or we'll get married because sometimes men just need a little push for Melanie Hello Michael. I'd love to know your opinions on the twenty six president of USA Teddy Roosevelt. He was a fascinating and inspirational man in his personal life but I've heard conflicting views on his politics as President President and whether they help the US in the long run or not. What do you think thanks. I Love Teddy Roosevelt. Some Libertarians don't like him because he'd like to national parks too much and called himself progressive even though then that term had a certainly a different connotation than it does now. I think he's great. I think he's basically America is loud. Boisterous risk the guy got shot one time finished giving a speech and the only then went to us bill you know the guy gets attacked and he attacks the people right back. He goes over to Africa and bags hundreds of large game. He's just terrific. He's just a great a great historical figure John milius one of the great filmmakers who is still living today has a good movie on Teddy Roosevelt the wind and the lion go check it out is a great speech by the character plane. Teddy Roosevelt of how the grisly bear is America is I think he very much embodies that spirit whether or not his policies in the early twentieth century really matter don't really matter whatever look politics is contextual politics is circumstantial and it changes over time so historical views of of of presidents change but as a American character. I think he's just absolutely terrific final question from Samuel. What are your favorite favorite last words either historical or fictional it is said that pope benedict the fifteen his last words on his deathbed were lack of media a phoenix. Which is quoting It's quite an opera Jacci or something which is the comedy is finished and I love these last words because they are a five there. There's some wit there the idea that obviously he hit the comedy of his life is coming to an end but also that it's a comedy life isn't just a forest. He's not saying it's a comedy like it's an absurd Sir joke but big cosmic joke. It's a comedy in that. It has a happy ending. We have a happy ending. Our life has a happy ending. This world has a happy ending. This is what the divine comedy the is all about and I think those are the perfect last words and if I know that my end is coming. I hope I repeat them. When when my time comes up all right that's our show. Our.

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"john milius" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"That's cool right. Holy crap right so you're telling me that the explosion in space when we give up that much fire why no your response gosh i actually anticipate some fireworks because if these nodes dot going in on oil actually you kind of go faster than light blah blah blah. I'm going to start turning into fuck off because like my opinion is that the science of star wars is whatever the storytelling needs. It's a bitter. It's that'd be far far away. Whatever you wanted to get two sons than one star trek into stella more movies based based in hard science like well even something like armageddon scientists get their package and a bunch of stuff like that because they take tremendous liberties with is supposed to be a real world scenario drill a hole in the asteroid and what have you but install was was which i of lose believed is more of a more of a fantasy the happened to fairy tale. It happens to me sitting out of space rather than science fiction yeah well. We'll see how it goes. It's an interesting isn't it. Let's let's friday saturday. I'm doing a panel of code from the page to the screen okay and that is about the whole business of taking a look or a comic turning it into a movie of course and we have two panels because we have ones from either side <hes> andy. We're who wrote the martian okay <hes> and you know he's another automates which is being turned into a movie by fox right now so he's like oh. I missed a page and you turned my stuff into screen and then we've got miss screen who takes things from the pages edward lindsay beer. Who's a very screenwriter good friend of mine. She helped adapts the killa chronicles she's doing. She's doing the magic order for mark miller and net flicks right now. Oh she created a sarah. Burgess is a loser netflix. She's done a bunch of stuff guy but she she's mostly in the business of taking people's books and comics and turn them into screen something that works to be so we've got those three people and sides of the coin and i'm moderating so this is the one i'm freaking out about. Okay don't cross sunday sunday. I'm doing one and it sounds totally innocuous. Yeah it's called something like what makes a good story and it's just a generic storytelling like how do you you tell a good story kind of thing that yeah. I'm on it with a guy from you might actually know the name <hes>. I think it might be joe something. She'd be a fill in the blank from me here. It's i think he's the narrative director insomniac games or something like he's the guy that that that oversees all the all the narrative for spiderman and shit like that you now look up the nightmare. Maybe you keep doing so. It's joe something. Maybe it's joe or john account remember jim. It's something that's just making. It worse awesome combat so bad psychic. I'm getting a jew jew. Jew jew is a jew in your life. Someone who john recently announced yeah. He's telling you he wants me to give you. He wants you to give me all your money. I guess that's perfect. Thank you so i'm crossing over with john edward. What a what a fucking huckster so going from insomniac sure the other person on the panel and i just found this this out the other day. I'm you and people in the cherry. They're gonna go holy fuck or who who dat john milius. Oh aw right okay is that is some fucking crazy. I have to sit on a panel with john. Milius fucking red dawn writer don on apocalypse now conan conan the ball burian also now on credited though for writing the u._s._s. indianapolis speech from jaws. I mean this guy's a fucking legend. Wow and he's also very very interesting character. You know the you know the john goodman character walter from the big lebowski. That character is based on john milius obvious. I and i have to say on a panel with this guy on sunday..

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"john milius" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I Senate pretty good. It's not death metal. I wanna be clear on them. But it's a Senate. All right. Maybe we can. We can hear from fans of all Saddam the band, and you guys can can educate us more on them. Well, they knew the best character from the movie to name to name their band after. Because one last thing I'll say about it before we move onto the the mythology in the science. I will say I was shocked to read that in reviews at the time the movie came out, which were you know, they were mixed. It was like polarizing to critics apparently a lot of critics criticized James Earl Jones performance, and they were like this is, you know, this is unsettled. It's not tasteful it's camp. And I was like well, I mean might be camp. But it's awesome. Yeah. That's I mean, that's like criticizing rocky our picture show for all its camp. Of course. It's got camp. That's what I came for the can't Tim Curry's really over the top over the could have been a lot more thought. I don't know how you can. I mean every criticism of Conan the bar Burien make sense to me except the one that criticizes James Earl Jones. Well, you know, it's. Another recent example, that really has a lot in common with kind of the ban because it's also a revenge picture and certainly to Staubach for films of this age panicles motto ses, Mandy, which I it also film that probably polarized audiences a bit some people, you seems like film were either love it or you don't really get it. I think one difference there is that there's a much clearer ironic distance is true with the with the creation of Mandy, right? Well, you know, whereas John Milius is looking to Wagner and other influences Panos is looking to the films of yesteryear. So there's a degree of removal. Yeah. But, but that's a film where you have. You have a charismatic cult leader played by terrific actor. And then you also have the that you we have a hero. It's certainly more in established actor, Nicolas Cage. But I don't know you could make some comparison between the raw visceral nature of these performances. I guess yeah. Well, cage is not super subtle in Mandy. But it's a film at both of those performances in Mandy the villain, the tagline the protagonist. Yeah, they're both. Both have a lot of frenzied energy to them. And ultimately, I wouldn't want it any other way. Absolutely. So maybe let me sum up my thoughts. My thoughts are Conan in some ways kinda great still kind of beautiful still kind of excellent camp. But also all the criticisms make sense, don't let your sons grow up to become ends. All right. We're gonna take a break. And when we come back, we're going to jump into the meat of this episode or episodes who knows how long it'll go. Maybe we'll have to split it in half. You know, we'll see how it goes here. But when we come back we're going to discuss snake magic..

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"john milius" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Your bones? If you're listening to America first, you do it is a new age the age of maga- age of Donald Trump. When is the red hat red hat. We'll be one about topics today. But the breaking news Michael Cohen that sleazy sleaze individual has decided to postpone his testimony to congress, Michael you'd better hurry because you're going to prison in February. So I don't know how much time you got left to postpone your testimony. But you better get a move on. Secondly, tomorrow, the Senate will vote on two bills that also supposed to end the government shutdown, which is in the thirty third day, the longest we have had you know, we haven't had a day at America first with the government open, but we're doing just fine. I'll we guys with during just like we we're doing so well, and we have so much fun with Jim Hansen uncle JIMBO last week that he's hit this week. He is the president of the security. Studies group follow them at security. Studies dot ORG and follow him ankle underscore, JIMBO on Twitter. We've got him in the studio to ask him some very trenchant questions with regard to the Covington, boys. But before we do that. Let's let's listen to a superb summary of the whole issue from none other than the president's son. Donald Trump junior cut one you had some Catholic school boys that were at a right to life March. Okay. They were wearing a Maga had they had the pounds because the media wants that to be true. They want a bunch of nice Catholic kids happen to be white. They want them to be the enemy. This is what they've created. The media has done this to themselves. They have shot themselves in the foot time and time again because they so desperately want this to be the truth as opposed to saying, you know, what Trump's Donut Tarn good job as president. Well, that's the version of events that relates to reality as opposed to the other one in which what we were told was that a member of a tribe, the Omaha tribe was surrounded by these Catholic privileged white conservative boys in that maga- hats who shouted build the wall, build the wall. But when you watch the full video almost two hours of it, you find out none of it is true, which brings us to the question of who is that Omaha elder Nathan Phillips, and that's why we have uncle JIMBO in the studio. I hope you realize that all of you that are watching we've decorated the studio in your honor uncle, Jim because we've put up none other than the hand delivered original red on post from none other than John Milius gave it to me. And we have put it up look at that is an original. The original post, Ron John Milius, John if you're listening, we love everything you do from dirty Harry to the wolverines John before we get into the two questions to ask you, what's your miniature background? I am army special forces. Okay. So not reserves new active duty, real regular active duty, and you're an officer. I was an NCI. And so in the. I was on team guests special. So the the weapons guy can you explain to us, but what is a marine recon ranger. That is a fantasy drop drummed up by somebody who wanted to make himself into something. He wasn't Nathan Phillips in an interview with vogue while he was at standing rock called himself, a recon ranger, and that doesn't exist. There is marine. Recon core force recon. There are army Rangers. Nobody is a recon ranger. And so that led a lot of people myself included to go. This doesn't sound good. And the media was pumping this guy as a Vietnam veteran, and that's my second question bickers from his own lips Nathan Phillips Omaha. Tried elder allegedly. Who was the man who drunk his drum in the face of nNcholas Sanmen from the sixteen year old nNcholas man, he said that he is a Vietnam veteran. But when we go back and find the video he actually said Vietnam time veteran, what does that uncle, JIMBO. That's what you would say if you were trying to convince people who don't know a lot about the military that you were actually Vietnam veteran, but you wanted to be sure because you're a cagey sleazy operator that you couldn't get caught actually calling yourself a Vietnam vet. So when he went on CNN, they heard him say that, but they're Chiron and their transcript both read Vietnam vet, which is what he wanted. So this guy is smarter than some Senator Blumenthal. Well, that's a low bar. Come on Vietnam vet combat vet right when he knew he was a reservist as well. And never so that you somebody close to you found the DD the original documents that was it twelve to fourteen. What what is this man's miniature record? What's Nathan minutes recall? Here's where it gets fun now credits. Don, Shipley extreme seal experience, he gets everybody. He is a poser assassin. All right. He got. This guy's records turns out he was a Marine Corps. Reserve. We're talking about the tribal elder is a what he was a Marine Corps. Reserve from seventy two to seventy six not a recon ranger. He was a refrigerator mechanic hang on is this serious as a heart attack and the best. He was a refrigerator mechanic in the Marine Corps reserves, which is an honorable profession not lying about, but it's not a recon range of combat veteran. No. And the best part was cursed. Liquor who we both know in love may said instead of a recon ranger that makes it may refer rain. Member of the frigid airborne. Actually guys is not a joke in the last twenty four hours a patch out there on social media, which has its the wings right wings were. They fridge in the middle of it. And he says referring I think he might be two kinds of a reef arranger really detail. What what's the other detail on his okay? He he didn't deploy. He went he went to Lincoln, Nebraska, which great town. But it's not it is not denying. It is not any of that thing. And during his distinguished service. He racked up three walls went to the Brig and got out busted down to buck private as a reverse reserves. That's quite an achievement to have three walls be sent to the Brig. Isn't it? It makes you a professional dirtbag official military term for somebody like that. He's a loser. All right. That's that's a guy who should not be mentioning out loud that he served in the military because he barely skated out with a discharge that was I believe honorable. But this isn't unusual. I mean on the left who who has a problem with these mass ause records these perversions of valor. Do we have a lot of instances amongst Republicans? I'm not aware of one now. I don't I don't know of any although on the left. Yeah. Think of all the ones that we've had think of, you know, carry we'll talk about carrying a little bit later. We'll think about Blumenthal. And now this individual how interesting that it seems to be more of a problem on the left. Well, I think they understand that people rightly believe people on the right support, the military believe in a strong defense believe a strong national security, and they know that the left does not. So they're trying to burnish the reputation and John Kerry burned into his memory that he took his magic hat on a trip to Cambodia that never happened. You know, I mean, he is I I like to call him f John Kerry instead of John F Kerry, but there's a nickname contest. Don, jR, who you have a quote from is looking for nicknames. I think the turn ran John Iran. John just go ahead and look up his Twitter account and vote on that go to Don, jR, Twitter account, look at what what's going on there and one last point before we go to break here. Let's just remind everybody about what John Kerry did when he came back from Vietnam because this is a guy Vietnam. In uniform. He made a big deal of throwing his medals over the White House fence, but what's the truth? Do you know what the truth is this man didn't want to throw his medals over the fence? So he found another Vietnam veteran bought his medals from him and through those medals over the fence. So he could keep his medals whilst making a political statement, which would lead him testifying in the Senate about the human rights atrocities at his fellow servicemen were committing in Vietnam. That's the left, that's John Kerry. And this is.

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"john milius" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"In the foot time and time again because they so desperately want this to be the truth as opposed to saying, you know, what Trump's Donut Tarn good job as president. Well, that's the version of events that relates to reality as opposed to the other one in which what we were told was that a member of a tribe, the Omaha tribe was surrounded by these Catholic privileged white conservative boys in that maga- hats who shouted build the wall, build the wall. But when you watch the full video almost two hours of it, you find out none of it is true, which brings us to the question of who is that Omaha elder Nathan Phillips, and that's why we have uncle JIMBO in the studio. I hope you realize that all of you that are watching we've decorated the studio in your honor uncle, Jim because we've put up none other than the hand delivered original red dawn post from none other than John Milius gave it to me. And we have put it up got look at that is an original wolverines the original. Posta Ron John Milius, John if you're listening, we love everything you do from dirty Harry to the wolverines John before we get into the two questions. What ask you? What's your military background? I am army special forces. Okay. So not reserves new active duty, real regular, active duty. And you're an officer. I was an NCO and the team guests special. So the the weapons guy can you explain to us, but what is a marine recon ranger. That is a fantasy drummed up by somebody who wanted to make himself into something. He wasn't Nathan Phillips in an interview with vogue while he was at standing rock called himself, a recon ranger, and that doesn't exist. There's marine recon core force recon. There are army Rangers. Nobody is a recon ranger. And so that led a lot of people myself included to go this doesn't sound good. And the media was pumping this guy as a Vietnam veteran, and that's my second question because from his own lips Nathan Phillips, Omaha tribe elder allegedly who was the man who drummed his drum in the face of nNcholas Sanmen from the sixteen year old nNcholas man, he said that he is a Vietnam veteran. But when we go back and find the video he actor said, I may Vietnam time veteran wh what is that uncle, JIMBO. That's what you would say if you were trying. To convince people who don't know a lot about the military that you were actually Vietnam veteran, but you wanted to be sure because you're a cagey sleazy operator that you couldn't get caught actually calling yourself. So when he went on CNN, they heard him say that, but they're Chiron and their transcript both read Vietnam vet, which is what he wanted. So this guy is smarter than semi Senator Blumenthal. Well, that's a low bar. Vietnam vet combat vet, right? When he no he was a reservist as well. And never so. Now, you somebody close to you found the DD the original documents that did it was it twelve to fourteen. What what is this man's miniature record? What's this miniature recall? Here's where it gets fun now. Credit to Don Shipley. Extreme seal experience, he gets everybody. Here's a poser assassin. All right. He got. This guy's records turns out he was a Marine Corps. Reserve. We're talking about the tribal elder is a what he was a Marine Corps reservist from seventy two to seventy six not a recon ranger. He was a refrigerator mechanic hang on. Is this serious has a heart attack and the best? He was a refrigerator mechanic in the Marine Corps reserves, which is an honorable profession not lying about. But it's not a recon range combat veteran. No. And the best part was Kurt Schlichter who we both know in love. Said instead of a recon ranger that makes him may refer ring. Member of the frigid airborne. Actually guys is not a joke in the last twenty four hours is a patch out there going around social media, which has its the wings right wings with a fridge in the middle of it. And this is referring I think he might be two kinds of a reef arranger really can detail what what's the other detail on his okay? He he didn't deploy. He went he went to Lincoln, Nebraska, which great town. But it's not done. It is not denying. It is not any of that thing. And during his distinguished service. He racked up three walls went to the Brig and got out busted down to buck private as reserves. That's quite a quite an achievement to have three walls be sent to the Brig. Isn't it? It makes you a professional dirtbag is the official military term for somebody like that. He's a loser. All right. That's that's a guy who should not be mentioning out loud that he served in the military because he barely skated out with a discharge that was I believe honorable. But this isn't unusual. Well, I mean on the left who who has a problem with these mastodons records these perversions of valor. Do we have a lot of instances amongst Republicans? I'm not aware one. Now, I don't I don't know of any although on the left. Yeah. I mean, we think of all the ones that we've had think of Kerry we'll talk about carrying a little bit later. We'll think about a Blumenthal. And now this individual how interesting that it seems to be more of a problem on the left. Well, I think they understand that people rightly believe people on the right support, the military believe in a strong defense believe strong national security, and they know that the left does not. So they're trying to burnish the reputation and John Kerry burned into his memory that he took his magic hat on a trip to Cambodia that never happened. I mean, he is I like to call him John Kerry instead of John F Kerry, but there's a nickname contests. Don, jR, who you a quote from is looking for nicknames. I think the turn ran John Iran. John. Go ahead. His Twitter account and vote on that Don, jR, Twitter Canada, look at what what's going on there. And one last point before we go to break here. Let's just remind everybody about what John Kerry did when he came back from Vietnam because this is a guy in uniform he made a big deal of throwing his medals over the White House fence, but what's the truth? Do you know what the truth is this man didn't want to throw his medals over the fence? So he found another Vietnam veteran bought his medals from him and through those medals over the fence. So he could keep his medals whilst making a political statement, which would lead him testifying in the Senate about the human rights atrocities at his fellow servicemen were committing in Vietnam. That's the left, that's John Kerry. And this is.

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"john milius" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Right. Can you set up what it was like to have that happen was that sort of something you were happy about are baffled by and then how the big lebowski made? You look at that whole dynamic little different. I think it was by design because I really really spoke. I think a lot of it was my family heritage goes back to the teen. Hundreds and a grim. Father Kenny on not sure how many generations removed was a surgeon at the battle of sandy sinto. He was later the Texas State surgeon and also the sparks is are in deep, and it's was my mom side. That just totally took me out of where I was going to go with the western game. Another thing I'm gonna share with you got when I was doing these Falstaff beer commercials. I was over in Fernley Nevada doing these spots with another actor named Mike Whitney who's now did but a guy came up to me. Wrangler was sitting in the saddle guy came and put his hand on my. And he said are you Nelson? How they said this is a long time ago. I said, yes, sir. Should I let your debt? In went on from there. He knew you're dead. And that was. That was a special moment because he made he said saying the made you think about your dad definitely than you connected at all it just like my dad. Djamil? No that wasn't the dumb shit that he thought it was to be an actor. Anyway, the western thing. Yeah. It it really worked at always love dune love being outdoors. I love the fact that the outdoors was a primary character in the western genre. I love the mimic gravitated toward those the horses. Let the whole thing. And I love the implicity of the form. There wasn't a lot of gray area. It was black and white. But I did get to a point where I thought my ever going to get out of this thing where kids it was what I was doing. And it was down in New Mexico was New Mexico teases. I'm sure it was New Mexico on a John Milius film. And I got a script down there. This was a picture. The ref writers for TNT. Playing like a supporting role, but it was got was one of my favorite roles. John buford. Who is a officer. The northern forces. So anyway, I get the script in from the Coen brothers. And it can't wait to get off the set delivered to mid to set. Can't wait to go read it finally, it's going to be something else other than this western thing. 'cause it's it's a Coen brothers. Moves. Gotta be some crazy character westerns, right? I look at the script. And I it's a description. There's a song tumbling tumbleweeds playing in the background this kind of southwest accent sounding not unlike Sam Elliott. On the page description when he shows up, you know, dressed as drugstore cowboy looking not unlike Sam. I never going to get out of this. I remember going to the ship. The next day in talking to John who will new the cones. I said, what do you think minutes is not much apartment? So what do you mean? What do I think many? Gotta do it not doing right. Anyway, I went and did it and that led to the contender. I'm gonna definitely want ask you about that. But before we get there. I mean. Did sell that encounter short? Didn't. They know. Well, just I mean, that's a character that for many people's comes right to mind when they care the name Sam, Elliot among others. But sitting there at the bar with his bare chatting with the dude and among other things just obviously at first there's this feeling like here, we go again. But on the other end is that the moment where you kinda learn to just embrace it because it's there, and you can have some fun with been working for the brotherhood event. Right. And yet one with it, bro. I watched Jeff career from long before Riquet to California. Contemporaries, and you know, when he was working on CNN with his brother dead show. Jeff was great from the get-go Hannah fuckers that guy so good. So young Bank. Always good always attracted and have a chance to get to know him. And everybody thinks we all know each other right in this town, but never cross Baz. Jeff Walker that bully now. And when you are working with him on a project that is..

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"john milius" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I love that about the film. It's okay. Some though the hunting us simplicity to as well, which I think the new one doesn't have the knee one is sprawling way too many carrots too, many things going on this one is just a ferry boil down gang of characters versus navien in the jungle. It's pre- you could sit out in about free sentences. It works pretty well. Fascinating about this film. I think we'll nothing else is this film was destined to be shit. It was destined to be flop, and it came within a hair of being a terrible film. So that the ending of the film was completely different the novelization. If you eat it, you guess let the shape Shifter and he shoots it with his own weapon. Like as a whole different thing and ship blows up. But obviously the original designed for the avian was this sort of scifi lobster thing. With a run leon-claude van Damme inside the suit like a red dwarf was the red version was the one that they see out for the rental. Yeah. Did. Yeah. Curry months red wolf, but it was the red. When we see g doubt appears in the finished film, CG meta. But it was this huge thing. And they all realize it didn't work, and there was a point women tenant showed Russia's the studio and Houston doesn't they shut down production. And at that point, the whole film could have been just deep six right there. And then and then they put in STAN Winston any side the whole thing. But if they had not done that this is a film that would have been on. Everyone's bombshell from blockbuster. We'd never seen it because it came sandwiched in the middle of. So he started off his action phase with Burien, which is deeply deeply weird film. But at times brilliant and at times problematic. How's the world's greatest country? And John Milius and describe well an old does. DVD? We've only he literally just describes happening. He's just gone now. I am.

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"john milius" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"So when this movie suddenly lightning lightning, the power of the God in skeletal. I was like fucking, yes. Okay. We got this. The rest of this movie is not made any sense to me. Nobody I know or anything is in this, but he men's kick ass here. And again, that opening strike where he man and skeletal or clashes soared to. And then there's the big explosion of light. I was like, oh my God. The moment in then it just turned into that slow motion, weird battle. Again, this happens where the movie because I don't really understand like dolphin grin. Again, every scene, he's willing this massive sword, which is clearly like must weigh like sixty pounds and he's swinging it. And it's so slow. See the thing is when they did cut in the barberry Arnold Schwarzenegger like John Milius made Arnold Schwarzenegger practice with this story and practice cot. Like while you see those moments where he's out in the desert, just doing sort. Looks bad as. Learned that? Yes, yes. So they didn't do any of this shit. All. Yeah. But again, the reason this last scene was way it was was because the movie rented a money. Yeah, three days before filming ended. So they literally relate. We're not gonna film. This scene ended was like, boy, this is the climactic scene of the movie. Gela in a fucking or goal. This takes eight hours to put on. We've already wondering with all the oil. Well, we have to roll. This is the. Literally cancelled it and they were like, no, make do with what you can somehow convince them to come back. But there was a complete skeleton crew people. There was like, if you look in the background of seeing, there's nobody because. All pitch black around them because there's nobody there. But again. My thought he again that that initial strike where the sparks fly off. And then it's just like a half ass flow little king, where's fight ever? And then he crushes the staff in the middle, like pretty quickly scale, throw become skeletal again and he's like surrenders or I've got, you know, obviously there's not going to surrender, starts pulling his sword. And then again, he turns. Not necessarily even and gets the sword turns around and literally over rose backwards hole. And I was like, he's supposed to be the fuck you both evil person. And he was just the God. And yet he just over feet, turns out skeletal was always a bumbling idiot. But anyway, so that was. Because because they literally ran out of money and the five million, they had put into boost the the budget to twenty million. Apparently they had partially used for superman returns and yet e-e-eddie ship. So there was no extra money involves. So they were just film that for thousands of dollars, whatever they could get and just did it as quickly as they could while and does feary for the final fight is this, I don't think they convinced anybody to come back. I think they snuck onto the set because it was still constructed. They got Frank into the into the makeup, so that's still Frank brought in or a stuntman even had. Yeah, they brought in dolph because it's not like dolph is not going to do this. This is his second movie could actually. It's an interesting. It's not. It's not Franklin Jila in Skillet or armor in that last scene. It's it's the guy that played blade. Yeah, because he's he's man. He's a weapons master. He's he's a sword fighter, and it's still came out like that. He's bringing bringing the stunt coordinator. They bring in dolph. They bring in like a guy to run a camera, and they bring in the director the at which point they possibly like steal a couple of lights out of somebody's basement. In the back of around for like we've got about forty five minutes until security knows for here. I got two lights a campaign. That's more or less what it was like cannon films was in receivership at that point..

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"john milius" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And that's kind of way I've lebowski because the Basque's between Fargo and O'Brien aware to massively successful Coen brothers film, then you have this like, what is this weird child that they've created? It's okay. So the first time I watched the big lebowski I was on a my first tour, oh, seventeen years old. And I was on a tour with a bunch of other seventeen year olds playing rock and roll music for the called the school of rock. It wasn't had nothing to do with the movie school around program in Philadelphia, and we were like doing a summer tour playing like classic rock song, right? And somebody was like, we should watch the big lebowski ever watching it. I don't get it. I don't get it. I don't understand what this movie is about. And then two thousand thirteen came along. And I was on a doctor. Dog tour and I was going through kind of a hard time like I was. I was moving away from Philadelphia, and I was in. Kind of in a relationship, but it wasn't really going that well, and I needed something to put my mind off thing, and we had a copy of the big lebowski on DVD on the tour bus, and I just put it in one day and I watched every day for six weeks. Oh yeah, it was it. It has become such an important to me as lying it. There's like a Zan books written about lebowski. Yeah, there's even a book like that's like co authored by Jeff bridges like this dude, dude, his masters, which I've read. It's fantastic book. And the movie became part of my then training. I also practiced meditation twice a day. So like washing this movie meditating, like they all became the same thing. Right. So immersed in the big lebowski. Yeah, like to the point where by the end of week, six. Like I'm watching the movie and saying lines along with it and right, like I know this grip now, so. Okay. I-. Triffid for a second, but back to the movie. No, no, that's that is that is the drift of the big lebowski it will do that. It is more than a movie. I mean, clearly there in their the seventeenth year of lebowski fest. Have you ever been by the way Dr? Dog is played lebowski fest. Doctor played the Louisville about no shit, and we had to learn all we had to learn just dropped into, you know, the, can you understand, Roger, as we learned the captain beef heart song from the movie where he's where he's lying on the floor and smokey calls them voicemail. The song that's playing there. We learned that song and. Smokey is what's his name to me, you'll get more. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, one of my one of the, I mean, the thing I could say it's one of my favorite scenes in the movie way. He's markets hero are you know market eight markets here market, and then you're ending it smokey or any entering a world of pain, right? Such an intense, my wife last night, it was like, oh my God, but there's something is so intense something about smokey's. One over. Yeah, it wasn't over like he's so his character. So believable? Yeah. In in a situation where so many characters are unbelievable lake tomorrow as the Jesus. Does that guy. Exist. I mean, Walter definitely exists, which is he's based on the filmmaker. John Milius I didn't know that. And actually the dude is based on a guy named Jeff Dowd. So both based on two dudes in reality and John Milius is a, there's a great documentary about him actually, but he's the guy who wrote did he write Apocalypse Now that he, he wrote and directed red dawn. He was very right wing, but very, I mean, he was Walter subject. Wow, you know he would. He was famous for going into offices and like pulling gun on a studio exotic, yeah, he would wear those aviator like shooter glasses. And we'll touch Phil spector in there. Yeah. Yeah. Just a guy who's paranoid but like has does have a big heart but doesn't quite know how to express himself and comes out in rage such an interesting character. But something I say to every fellow lebowski i-it is like there's a little bit of every character. Or in you to like when I watched the movie, I'm like, yeah, there's times where irrational Walter, there's times where I'm like totally passive and like Donnie..

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"john milius" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"I was uh i saw what was happening but i and i was skateboarding all the time and but but it was in this information age that we have now were were everyone's he's everything all the time so there is years where like i didn't seem or a single movie or i didn't see any anything i would look at magazines and skate jobs but i i never really watch jackass back in the day so i like it now but um the manila grew up more resurfaced in yeah yeah i never served because i was on the east coast item either it's it's weird just like i saw this movie big wednesday that is like the star wars of surf move i'll railings like it's the one i thought an endless summer was the surf movie and i've seen that i that's a great you know i think big wednesday the great story behind big wednesday was is john milius made it okay no know that name he graduated usc film school with george lucas and spielberg alka and they both said he was more talented of course so for their first uh big break movies they said we're going to give each other points so you you get points a my movie you get points on his movie so milius really like the healthy case spielberg's movie was close account allow yeah lucas's movie star wars all we should always look at his first movie star while no i did american graffiti but i think by they did the deal like seventy six seven seven today we're all graduates idiocy and then they got points on big wednesday which was a complete balm that's awesome but but it's a great movie it's act janmichael vanson temer i proud of that i mean a you know i don't know why didn't do well i mean the a gary abuse see who was at that time a great actor william caught i gotta check it out there something i can watch maybe it's on amazon it's really good and you know the ride in is peanuts john milius who like helped right apocalypse now dan like uh it's great documentary.

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"john milius" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"I was uh i saw what was happening but i and i was skateboarding all the time and but but it was in this information age that we have now were were everyone's he's everything all the time so there is years where like i didn't seem or a single movie or i didn't see any anything i would look at magazines and skate jobs but i i never really watch jackass back in the day so i like it now but um the manila grew up more resurfaced in yeah yeah i never served because i was on the east coast item either it's it's weird just like i saw this movie big wednesday that is like the star wars of surf move i'll railings like it's the one i thought an endless summer was the surf movie and i've seen that i that's a great you know i think big wednesday the great story behind big wednesday was is john milius made it okay no know that name he graduated usc film school with george lucas and spielberg alka and they both said he was more talented of course so for their first uh big break movies they said we're going to give each other points so you you get points a my movie you get points on his movie so milius really like the healthy case spielberg's movie was close account allow yeah lucas's movie star wars all we should always look at his first movie star while no i did american graffiti but i think by they did the deal like seventy six seven seven today we're all graduates idiocy and then they got points on big wednesday which was a complete balm that's awesome but but it's a great movie it's act janmichael vanson temer i proud of that i mean a you know i don't know why didn't do well i mean the a gary abuse see who was at that time a great actor william caught i gotta check it out there something i can watch maybe it's on amazon it's really good and you know the ride in is peanuts john milius who like helped right apocalypse now dan like uh it's great documentary.

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"john milius" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"I i won he won the media for the for the genital dodgers era i think it's enough i think hundred six if he's if he is so much better then he went after that but you know you look at joel embiid this year everybody said he's clearly the best rookie he only played in 31 games and they said nope didn't play an essential i just think there is a desire to build new stars and they're looking at my trout in there going listen he doesn't want it so let's try to build some new names up in their human nature fast chat fight i have a game this is a maybe the toughest i've ever done john and i think actually you it's going to get progressively tougher and yet weirdly given your knowledge of even actors less famous than superstar you may get it but i'm not going to judge you in this regard i'm going to need sixty seconds on the clock kinda your writers on facts yes today in 1984 a little film was released that was a family film was a film about togetherness and brotherhood kind of apt in these turbulent times that film was called red dawn okay of course the story of rush hours how stopped naming people please russia in cuba of course invading the us written by john milius it is a cable television classic and to your point it featured a really fun cast of he's the only one member aims okay well this'll be dietary as such you're gonna try and give me to say than i have ten names and you have sixty seconds i will describe the red dawn actor you have to get the name and i will warn you these are going to get progressively harder okay k s owens and i can say yes i could pass return on and i i am not going to name the know i i will name their role in the movie but i will name be other movies are working at a trial are ready to start the clock.

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"john milius" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

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01:53 min | 4 years ago

"john milius" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action

"And uh i i think those films are are are quite brilliant brilliant and scope and then i mean i have a lot of uh i have a lot of other films i'll unlevel bs like the boulder battling beautiful um if people study old films they might like he'll version of orson welles uh uh citizen kane or blackboard jungle i i'm i'm going into some some film excuses the or or some real a film aficionados old school uh you know films i mean there's charlie chaplin drums and you oughta go if you want to go into and do some really you know brilliant who you know filmmakers which i which i love i i loved you billy wilder are um alfred hitchcock or auto prime minister he's the these john fooled howard fox you know a career pasallah i mean the the there's there's there's really brilliance old testament to film and you know ah ah ah as well as sergio leone even the master from italy you did you do once upon a time in the west uh a as well these particular films um we're giving me to study by john milius who wrote apocalypse now is the mentor my any any told me the young age to watch the films with the sound on them watch it with a sound off and when you watch them with the sound out to get a whole a whole new perspective actually how the film is crafted if you can understand it with us out off he goes just a masterpiece because not a lot of in the work that way so that's a great great did of advice that one of the uh most prolific most wellproduced writers directors i ever to hit hollywood john milius so and john rook things like um um the might sometimes a judge roy being for paul newman he wrote jeremiah johnson who who robert redford he wrote dirty harry.

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