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America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"john milius" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"I never understood that that was a cannibal stew until watching it this time. Yeah, yeah. All right, so let's start at the end if I may with regards to your reaction. For me, this is iconic as well. So this comes out when, you know, I am a teenager originally in 1982. And for me, it's kind of had a legendary place in the pan of plea of my childhood, my teen years, but as I watched it yesterday, I sat down and I watched it from beginning to end. It changed in quality for me, Chris. This wasn't a cheesy exploitation movie with ropey sets and bad writing. Dude, this is a really good movie. Yeah. Yeah, it's really an epic. Yeah. Truly epic. I mean, you follow the hero's journey from the moment that he's changed as a little boy when his family is slaughtered by his enemies to the point where he finally gets revenge as an adult. Watching that journey is truly cool. I mean, my ancestors are Barbarians, right? They're the German Barbarians. And he's not exactly that, right? He's not exactly a historical depiction of a Germanic barbarian. But I was thinking about that when I was watching this. And I think part of the reason why this film is so good because you did have cheaper quality films of this type at the time. I saw that the sword and sorcery genre. Exactly. They didn't do quite as well. Why did this break out? I mean, first of all, Schwarzenegger, of course, magnificent performance there. There were some other magnificent performances which we'll get to. But I think the attention to detail, right? And I think that comes down to John milius deciding, we are going to put this in a northern European setting, even though they shot it in Spain. But we're going to make this a northern European warrior, just like the books, just like the historical Barbarians. And he did seem to try at least to make some semblance of something that a historian would recognize as the life and times of a barbarian. And I think it really comes through. That attention to detail, I think, really does come through. Yeah, this is so let's just, you know, give credit where credit was due. Milius was obsessed with this stuff, with Genghis Khan, with weaponry, with battle, as we mentioned on our review of red dawn. This is a guy who demanded to be called the general on set when he was making that movie. And for him, this was a story. It may have been a fantasy setting, but it was the Vikings. It was a combination, if you ask him, and he is still around today, God bless him. This is like the samurai meets the Vikings, meets the great Danes, and beyond that, if you look at what they did with the production value in Ron Cobb, who was involved with alien and an amazing design production designer, this world Chris this world is complete from that temple at the end to the city to the, you know, the wheel where Conan is lashed to the mill for 15 years. This is a whole universe, Chris. Yeah, I remember when I was a kid being struck by how profound that scene with the, even as a child, I understood the visual depiction of him aging. And as he gets older as he's pushing this mill, he's getting older and his friends are dying off. The other slave boys are dying off, and he's the only one that survives, so he has to push it alone, but he's just massive now. He's grown so big that he can push this whole thing that used to take whatever it was 20 children..
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Dr. G and Mr. Reagan Rewatch John Milius' "Conan the Barbarian"
"This is iconic as well. So this comes out when, you know, I am a teenager originally in 1982. And for me, it's kind of had a legendary place in the pan of plea of my childhood, my teen years, but as I watched it yesterday, I sat down and I watched it from beginning to end. It changed in quality for me, Chris. This wasn't a cheesy exploitation movie with ropey sets and bad writing. Dude, this is a really good movie. Yeah. Yeah, it's really an epic. Yeah. Truly epic. I mean, you follow the hero's journey from the moment that he's changed as a little boy when his family is slaughtered by his enemies to the point where he finally gets revenge as an adult. Watching that journey is truly cool. I mean, my ancestors are Barbarians, right? They're the German Barbarians. And he's not exactly that, right? He's not exactly a historical depiction of a Germanic barbarian. But I was thinking about that when I was watching this. And I think part of the reason why this film is so good because you did have cheaper quality films of this type at the time. I saw that the sword and sorcery genre. Exactly. They didn't do quite as well. Why did this break out? I mean, first of all, Schwarzenegger, of course, magnificent performance there. There were some other magnificent performances which we'll get to. But I think the attention to detail, right? And I think that comes down to John milius deciding, we are going to put this in a northern European setting, even though they shot it in Spain. But we're going to make this a northern European warrior, just like the books, just like the historical Barbarians. And he did seem to try at least to make some semblance of something that a historian would recognize as the life and times of a barbarian. And
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"john milius" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Yeah, it's millions. Wow. Yeah, yeah, it makes sense. All right, we're talking making movies great again. It's 1984. We love the 80s. It is, of course, red dawn, John milius, iconic movie. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first coming to you from the relief actor dot com studios. If you're in daily pain, if you've tried everything else and failed to find relief, do what I did four years ago. Try really factor. It worked for me. It can work for you. Just listen to Debra from Massachusetts. This is her story. I just started taking relief factor four days ago. My hip pain is gone. I had a horrible time sleeping because of the pain. I absolutely love how I am feeling. Thank you, relief factor. Just those words, my pain is gone, should be reason enough. Call them today, 805 183 84, the three week quick trial pack will be at your door in three days or less. Take it morning and evening like I do. And I promise you, doctor G's guarantee, by the end of those three weeks, you will know whether it works for you. Like it works for me. Debra and 500,000 of your fellow Americans. You deserve to know what if you could be the next success story. What have you got to lose? I mean, apart from the pain nothing. Correct, do it today. Don't wait any longer. Relief factor dot com. 805 183 84. Relief factor dot com really factor dot com. Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, Mike lindell with my pillow is launching the my pillow two. When Mike invented the MyPillow, it had everything he could ever want in a pillow nearly 20 years later, he discovered a new technology that makes it even better. My pillow two has the patented adjustable fill of the original MyPillow and now with a brand new fabric that is made with a temperature regulating thread, the my pillow two is the softest and coolest pillow you'll ever own for my exclusive listeners that my pillow two has a buy one get one free offer with promo code gawker, my pillow 2.0 temperature regulating technology is 100% made in the USA and comes with a ten year warranty and a 60 day money back guarantee. Just go to my plow dot com, click on the radio list square for the buy one get one free offer enter promo code gawker or call 808 two 9 8 four 6 8 that's code GOR KA goat today..
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"john milius" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Well. It's a good brother. He's a good person. Really, clearly. He's a respectable one. All right, should we do some work today? Yeah, let's talk about the movie. All right, so I dread asking this because I get the wrong answer so often with you, had you seen this movie? I had seen red dawn, yes. We're doing red dawn ladies and gentlemen. Bye. The great John milius. Let's show the picture of me and Chris this morning in my home of the age headquarters. This is the original original theater poster, like thick card of red dawn, signed by the director and writer John milius because we know and you met her Amanda milius. Amanda milius, John milius is very impressive daughter who's also a director. It was also a director she's done some amazing films if you don't see it on film so I highly recommend them. A friend of Sebastian gorka. Yeah, Trump appointees in the State Department. Yeah, yeah. And just a cool person. We have that post. So this is a personal one for me. I'm a huge fan of the general. He was, they had to have to address him on set as general milius. I got another behind the scene documentary that you forced me to watch. I did hear that. Yeah, that's cool though. I think that's cool. So give us initial thoughts on this movie. You know, I did grow up with this film. It's a bit of a violent film. Yeah, it's a tough film. It's a very, I will say, philosophical film. It was accused of being like this pro war. It is not a pro war movie. No, no, no, no. It's a thinking man's film. And if you're not thinking, then I suppose you could perceive it that way. But no, it's a philosophical film. And so I didn't see when I was a child. I didn't grow up with it. It wasn't a big part of my childhood, but I saw it as an adult. I had a buddy of mine, he presented me, my buddy Kurt, who I mentioned sometimes on my show. He's a big movie buff. We're talking one day about films. And he said, he starts talking about the plot of red dawn. I'm saying, wait, wait, the Russians invade America, like rural America in the 1980s? Yeah. How have I never heard of this movie? I just loved the premise. So we watched the film and I thought, wow, what an underrated film that how could I have never heard of this? 1984, it looks even a little bit older than that in my mind because it was set in rural America. Yes. And so there's nothing about it that screams like trendy 1980s. No. World 1980s was more sort of like late 70s. And that was true in my household as well, because I didn't grow up rich or anything. And if you grew up sort of like lower middle class middle class in America in the 1980s, everything you owned, every piece of furniture owned was actually from the 70s. And this film reflects that well, I think. Yeah. And also the town, there's nothing. Here we have the opening scene. And I looked at my watch, this scene of the Soviet paratroopers landing is the teacher's giving this electron Genghis Khan and the hunt and they decimated, even the insects were decimated before Genghis Khan. And then he just walks out into the field. The Soviet trooper has an RPK that like machine and in just the hammers him from about 30 feet. The first 5 minutes. I looked at my, so much. Maybe this doesn't wait a second. He doesn't build up the characters. He doesn't have this bucolic. Here is the town. 5 minutes of high intensity violence in a high school. But it was so brilliant and this kid dying. That was hanging out the window. At the very beginning. And the teacher dies and you like the teacher. Yeah. Because you can tell immediately he cares about his students. But everybody's had that teacher, right? Everybody's happy. The big guy who cares. The big guy who cares, yeah? A little bit like our host, Sebastian gorka. I have the tweet jacket. I will be wearing that three Jackie later, but I will not be shot by a Soviet paratroopers. All right, the film is red dawn 1984 by the great John mellis the man who brought us dirty Harry. On credited on numerous films, he fixed the garbage dialog for the hunt for red October. He gave us Conan the barbarian just an absolute legend in the community. We salute you as we begin our review. We are talking red dawn with mister Chris Cole's. He is mister Reagan also alpha critic. You've got to follow him right now on YouTube. You've got to go to Twitter, mister Reagan, USA. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first making movies great again. If you like what we do here, make sure you never miss. You don't have to watch us. Some people don't. Some people listen to us on podcasts. It's true, right? I was like, I love your making movies great again thing. And Sebastian gorges. And you're standing right next to me. And he says, that's the co host and he goes, oh, I just listen. 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America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Chris Kohls and Seb Discuss John Milius' Epic Cold War Film 'Red Dawn'
"Had you seen this movie? I had seen red dawn, yes. We're doing red dawn ladies and gentlemen. Bye. The great John milius. Let's show the picture of me and Chris this morning in my home of the age headquarters. This is the original original theater poster, like thick card of red dawn, signed by the director and writer John milius because we know and you met her Amanda milius. Amanda milius, John milius is very impressive daughter who's also a director. It was also a director she's done some amazing films if you don't see it on film so I highly recommend them. A friend of Sebastian gorka. Yeah, Trump appointees in the State Department. Yeah, yeah. And just a cool person. We have that post. So this is a personal one for me. I'm a huge fan of the general. He was, they had to have to address him on set as general milius. I got another behind the scene documentary that you forced me to watch. I did hear that. Yeah, that's cool though. I think that's cool. So give us initial thoughts on this movie. You know, I did grow up with this film. It's a bit of a violent film. Yeah, it's a tough film. It's a very, I will say, philosophical film. It was accused of being like this pro war. It is not a pro war movie. No, no, no, no. It's a thinking man's film. And if you're not thinking, then I suppose you could perceive it that way. But no, it's a philosophical film. And so I didn't see when I was a child. I didn't grow up with it. It wasn't a big part of my childhood, but I saw it as an adult. I had a buddy of mine, he presented me, my buddy Kurt, who I mentioned sometimes on my show. He's a big movie buff. We're talking one day about films. And he said, he starts talking about the plot of red dawn. I'm saying, wait, wait, the Russians invade America, like rural America in the 1980s? Yeah. How have I never heard of this movie? I just loved the premise. So we watched the film and I thought, wow, what an underrated film that how could I have never heard of this? 1984, it looks even a little bit older than that in my mind because it was set in rural America. Yes. And so there's nothing about it that screams like trendy 1980s. No. World 1980s was more sort of like late 70s. And that was true in my household as well, because I didn't grow up rich or anything. And if you grew up sort of like lower middle class middle class in America in the 1980s, everything you owned, every piece of furniture owned was actually from the 70s.
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"john milius" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Let's go see him again. If you're a certain vintage and excellent vintage, and perhaps one of the best, that individual holding an 8 K of chatting over rings, defined your generation, at least filmically. That's why there is a clip in the beginning of every single episode of making movies great again that has a portion of this movie we are about to review. You may have taken us a few months, but we're here. It's 1980 fours red dawn by the great John milius. And it's even better for the first time in radio and televisual history. I co host the bond that only mister Reagan is in studio Chris Cole's with an S welcoming studio. He said Chris Cole the other day and I was like, cool. With an S or we'll never do that again. Chris, how come you're in the swamp? What's going on, man? Well, there's a little thing called sneak. Going on right now. And you didn't want to come, right? To see PAC. You're like, when we finished shooting the last episode of this, you go, you're going to cpac, right? Mister Reagan, you're coming to see. I'm like, no, no, we're not coming to cpac. I'm sick of that stuff. Let's look at those guys. Let's look at those people. And you're like, no, you're coming. You're coming. You're going to go, I'll get you a ticket. I'll bring in and you could say my place. I'm like, well, I guess I have to now, so then I'm here. And and you have the perfect explanation of why people should come to cpac and come to events in which there are conservatives and like minded people, people who want to see the world better again. You say it recharges your batteries. Yeah. That's exactly right. It's exactly right. Because and I've talked about this, you know, another segment of your show, I said, I feel like you see people that you don't know that you don't know in real life. Just regular folks in America who want to see the country improve. They want to see the quality of life of people improved. Bring morality back to America. Things like that. It's a very touching thing. It's very nice. It's very nice to see these people and it does recharge your batteries. But don't go if you don't like taking selfies. This guy, man. This guy, if you walk through cpac with Sebastian gorka, it is like, it's like piranhas going after things. It's like the little fish that nibble at your feet. Well done, but people swarm you. You can go 5 feet and then there's somebody else. Can I get a selfie? 5 feet. Can I get a selfie? Can I get a selfie? And the people are amazing though. And you are very generous with your time and your energy and you talk to everybody. Doesn't cost me a penny. That's what I see. And not only that, we've got another member of the team. Is he in the is he in the room? Can we show the newsroom? Let's show us our control room. The west, his brother. John calls, give away in the back. And what's the shirt you're wearing shows the shirt? Did you paint to where your merchandise on my show? The mister Reagan T-shirt. He came into the room last night and he's like, hey, should I wear this? And I'm like, yeah, of course you should wear it. This is gonna be walking around cpac wearing that as.
The Big Picture
"john milius" Discussed on The Big Picture
"The skin changer sort of thing. Gorgeous movies, absolutely gorgeous, very earnestly mythological and I loved wolfwalkers. I was a huge, huge fan of it. I really wanted it to win the Oscar that year for animated film. I want these folks to win the cartoons and I really want them to win the animated Oscar one of these years. Because I think they're just doing high, high caliber work. And again, it's just like unapologetically mythological is what they're interested in. So I love both of these films. Great picks. You've shouted these films out before on the show. Probably will fuckers, yeah. I think you have. These are great movies. They'll win one eventually. It might take 30 years, like it did for Al Pacino, but they'll win one. I just hope they still have the funding. To get there, you know, because they're up against they're up against some bruisers, but my number two is Conan the barbarian, which I mentioned earlier, which I recommend with some trepidation because Conan is vicious film. It is one of the early films that made Arnold Schwarzenegger into one of the biggest superstars in movies in the 80s and 90s. It is written by John milius and Oliver Stone and it is directed by John milius, and I, to this day, fantasize in my way about the conversations had between Oliver Stone and John milius. My understanding of this production is that stone wrote a screenplay and then milius rewrote the screenplay and stone became less involved in this adaptation of the great Robert E Howard stories that they were both fascinated by Conan, but in different ways and that stone in the I think in the warriors, you know, personal struggle and milius in the strident machismo of the warrior and there was some difference of opinion, but this is
"john milius" Discussed on Filmspotting
"All right, let's get to massacre theater, the part of the show where we perform a scene and you get a chance to win a film spotting T-shirt a couple of weeks ago, we massacred this scene. You killed my father, you killed my painful. You took my father's sword. You must have been when I was a young man. There was a time boy when I searched the steel, not more than even gold of jewels. That was James Earl Jones and Arnold Schwarzenegger in 1980 twos Conan the barbarian, written by John milius, Oliver Stone, and Edward summer, milius directed it as well. That massacre was part of a show that included our review of Robert eggers the northmen, along with our Buster Keaton marathon review of Sherlock junior, so why that scene from Conan the barbarian. Here's Jeremy Webb no Berman. He's in Philly. He says, I think this was the fastest I've got in the mascara theater ever. Josh's Arnie was spot on and Adam's vampiric take on James Earl Jones falsa doom works surprisingly well. Snake bat, it's all the same. There were a number of clues late in the show as well. Conan in the northmen, both contain big shirtless killing machines of men, though I doubt Alexander Skarsgård punches in his camels. And of course, James Earl Jones was in a Shakespeare in the park production of Hamlet in 1972, which the northman is an alternate version of. And Ethan Hawke played Hamlet in the 2000 film. Look at that. I'm Jeremy. Kevin Harris also waited here. He's from bloomfield township, Michigan. I've never seen it, but given Josh's uncanny imitation of Arnold, what else could it possibly be? All right. Point counterpoint, Matt white in Indy, again, says not to be gross, but it sounded like Josh's character was struggling on the toilet. You killed my mother. You killed my father. You killed my people. Wow. Someone else may be a little more sophisticated, Josh. Sorry. Said that it sounded like you maybe were from the fictional country of zubrowka. In ode to Wes Anderson. Yes. I like that. Yeah. All right, Michael from San Antonio shared this. I would shower Josh with praise for his rendition of Arnold. But for the fact that he was totally upstaged by Holden's performance at the episode's outset. I can't remember the last time a film spotting episode had me laughing so hard. I had to listen to that bit three times. Henceforth, I will always in the back of my mind, think of Adam as king Adam movie talker as well you should. I hope they're going around calling you that. Regularly. Adam, movie talker. Yeah, Holden did win the kempen our kid conversation to be featured at the front of the show, but if you listen to the podcast and you did stay all the way until the very end, the outtake was a Sam mixed Montage of my three other kids delivering the same line. And in case you didn't know that Sophie was a clone of me, was definitely my daughter. She did it first. Then after she heard how well Holden did, how he really went all in on it. So he's like, okay, I gotta do it again. Then she gave more. I like to think that you really set this up as some sort of battle to the end. Initiation ceremony and whoever did the best got to survive and the rest had to find a new home. Yeah, they got deet did her that night. Okay. So only only Holden got food. That's how it works at our House. Josh reach into the hat and pick out this week's winner. Our winner is David JB Krish from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Congratulations, David. Email feedback at film spotting .NET, and we will set you up with your very.
The Charlie Kirk Show
"john milius" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"For hillsdale dot com. I want to talk about Russia and Ukraine. There was a op-ed that Bernie Sanders wrote today and we saw Glenn greenwald is commenting on it. Basically saying, hey, this is like usual Russia bashing that's become sort of like the throwaway line. Democrats have to put in anything that they say or do. But then he makes some great points about how in 1962 we were on the brink of a nuclear war with Russia when they put nuclear warheads 60 miles off the coast, 90 miles off the coast of the United States. Now we're talking about bringing Ukraine into NATO potentially. This was started under Bush, and if we observe the spheres of influence argument, what are we to make of that? Does Russia have valid concerns to be nervous about what the U.S. is doing with our partners in NATO? Look, I almost spit out my coffee when I was reading it this morning because I'm like, this is Bernie Sanders, right? The same Bernie Sanders, you know, we know he's a Russia expert. He took his honeymoon there in Moscow back in the I believe back in the 60s when it was full on communist USSR. We would know that he loved the politics over there, but it seems that again, you get these glimmers, every once in a while of nationalism from Bernie Sanders. If these glimmers of populism, where he realizes that, you know what? War isn't always the answer, the way it seems to be for so many in Washington, D.C.. And so this is something where I think that just like TPP, I'm going to have to go ahead and say, Bernie Sanders, like you said, is making some very good points because he says Russia as a state does feel concerned about the encroachment of NATO. I'm just reading from this. To put it simply. Russia like the United States still has an interest in the security policies of its neighbors. Does anyone really believe that the United States would not have something to say, for example, if Mexico was able to form a military alliance with the U.S. adversary? So if anyone remembers the plot of the original red dawn, written by John milius, the father of Amanda milius, that was about Russia and Mexico and Cuba, by the way, joining up together for an invasion of the United States up through the middle, and then set in Colorado. Today, that you'd have the same idea if Mexico was joining a military alliance with, say, the People's Republic of China and that China was going to be suddenly stationing missiles and soldiers into along the southern border. I guess if Charlie is down there now, maybe he can give us a look and tell us exactly how far across that would be if the PLA was having soldiers there. It's also the same kind of situation that you saw with the Zimmerman telegram, which is of course what led to the United States participation. It literally into World War I, we went to war over the Zimmerman telegram of Germany, just asking Mexico if they wanted to join a military alliance. We declared war in Germany after that. So we have a long history, and obviously that is in our strategic interest. So the question really then becomes if Ukraine is to join NATO, does that mean a military conflict over the Peninsula of Crimea? That's really what it all comes down to. And so because Putin is looking at this from a geopolitical strategy and saying, look, he wants that port access to the Black Sea. He knows, you know, the Arctic, by the way, is going to be the next fighter over the next 15 to 20 years, but the sea ice just hasn't been melting fast enough for it to become the major power player that they need for exports and for military transport up to the northeast passage across the Arctic. Russia is going to become a major power player there, but they're not yet. They still need access to warm water ports. And that's what Crimea gives them access to. That's exactly what this is all about. I think that was a really good breakdown. What if China was forming a military alliance with Mexico? What would that feel like to America? We need to.
Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"john milius" Discussed on Spider-Dan & The Secret Bores
"That'll be interesting. From Logan gold, yeah. It might be really good. It might not be. Let's find out, oh no, anyway. Yeah, there's a few there's a few Spielberg's boogie in ones that yeah, I think. I think there are, I mean, I think any artist is going to have to get some misses, and this was, this is an interesting one to look at. I think we can talk about it now. So I think let's talk about 1941. So this is the first time you've seen it first time. I've seen you suggested it as well, which I thought was a really good suggestion, especially this for this format of podcast, I think we had to go here before we go anywhere else. So what did you think? Well, do you want to tell us what it's about first? And then we'll go into what you should. My understanding is it's based on a cup of kind of real events that within a year or two after Pearl Harbor that we're going on in California. So we had this kind of zoot suit army riot, which happened in 43, I think, I read. When we had this night shortly after Pearl Harbor, where they believed there was going to be a raid. So I was shooting up into the sky and actually there was nothing there. So I think the bob's zemeckis and Gale had written the script based on his kind of real ideas. Oh, and it's still what wasn't it? The character still was a couple of other things as well. The anti aircraft gun in the garden in the backyard. Yeah. That's real. And the submarine that pops up. That's apparently real as well. So yeah, it was kind of a lot of it is very true to real life and sometimes that can make for a really interesting film and sometimes, but I possibly think there's maybe one or too many of those. Well, I think I understand. You sent me the documentary, which we both watched, which was dry, but. Arguably still more interesting than the film. Definitely. I think from my understanding of it and reading about it as well, that the script wasn't and out and out comedy like it became and like it is that we watched and whatever I got to see, it was a bit more serious. It was had a bit more drama to it. It was when it was originally scripted. And when Spielberg came in and read the script and he was basically because he was doing place encounters and he came back to it and I think a lot of working together rewrites John milius was brought in, wasn't he? Yeah. Look at all these names like it's madness. There should be the best film ever. It's weird because it's almost like the stars obviously it takes a lot of effort and a lot of practice work and time to get a film even made like literally filming to the point of where it's being filmed is quite an ordeal. So I think also that film has to the stars have to align for a film to be either a.
Borne the Battle
"john milius" Discussed on Borne the Battle
"There was Tom barringer particular as well. Yeah, for the audience for the audience here. There's Tom Barry and you're Sam Elliott. Gary Busey, Brad Johnson was a big back then. Captain Dale die of Saving Private Ryan fame. George Hamilton back then the 90s arle army. And of course, and then there was a law and orders Chris nath, who was big. Frankie Quinn, Francesco Quinn, the eldest son of Anthony Quinn. Okay, yep, yep. And Frank and I became good friends. And I was living in northern LA county and a little town called active ACT and at the time. And I had my own like 6 or 7 horses. On my 6 acre little ranch, so you were pretty active working to build a Ford living like that. Yeah. So you had a speaking role in rough riders. How did the role of Indian bob come to you? How did it happen? Well, that was a news to me to its time. John milius, who had visited, and he wrote a couple of hero Geronimo, which I was also in a Robert Duval and Gene Hackman and that was a big Matt Damon. Yeah. And welcome by I was walking by John Lewis's office at Warner Brothers one time. And I said, well, he wrote Geronimo. I'm going to say hi. And I'm at Leonard Brady. He's a assistant. And they were really glad to see me, because I was a Lakota. And John is a big supporter of Indian issues. And so and so in John, not here, and I'm back in a couple hours. You hang around. So I did. I'm around. I often have, and John came in and John and I visited for four or 5 hours in his office. Wow. And then by a year later, I get a phone call from this casting agent and she said, mister primo, can you come down to my office and sign a contract? What do you mean sign a contract? No, well, we have a role for you in the movie rough riders, and we like to do a Santa contract. I was in my car in three minutes. Driving the LA. And I signed my contract and I was treated like a king, because John milius wrote the role of Indian bob specifically for me. And John milius is like a premier screenwriter in LA, even today. Yeah. He wrote God. His resume endless. That's awesome. So he wrote that specifically for you. We'll move on to Texas all over Texas. And all of a sudden I got a limousine pulling up in my front yard to pick me up to me the airport. First time that's ever happened. I'm sure. Oh God, I should say so. I said, what? I felt really privileged and my son was born in November 16th and I had 96. What could I give John who ran this rule for me in this movie? And I need my son telling millions primo. My son's middle name is after John milius melis. That's a pretty that's a pretty big honor. When I told him, I showed John we're certificate tears literally came to his eyes and I felt really proud I did the right thing, I think. Because what did you do with everything? You know, materially. Yeah. And so but when I just gave you on a hug and John I can't thank you enough. That was it. That's great. That's great. So you are the only native on that movie. You had no, there was one more. David midthunder? Yeah. There was two more bit thunder and another, I can't be, but I mean, you were one of very few what I was getting as you're one of very few Native Americans in Hollywood at the time. Was there a camaraderie camaraderie with either other veterans or other Native Americans in LA at this time? Not really. Camaraderie was. Jealousy. Competitiveness. There's more competitiveness. Competitiveness, but there was also a bit of jealousy and also. That's unfortunate. Today, if you go back to I think episode one 40 in the archives and look through Jennifer Marshall, she's a navy veteran that's out there in LA today. And they have a group now called veterans and media and entertainment. And I think they meet at least once a month. As a support group to veterans in the film industry, trying to make it trying to make it out there. But I just wanted to share that with you that nowadays. There are veterans, you know, that are supporting each other out there in LA. Obviously, I mean, from what your testimony is to unlike to what it was back then. Yeah, it was completely different ball game back when I was living in LA. She does still say that it is pretty isolated and isolating place LA, but she does say that there are veterans that are helping each other out there. So after rough riders, you had a developed some friendships out there, obviously with John milius and Gary Busey. And you ended up on a couple of reality shows. Towards the end of your career, celebrity wife swap, and I'm with UC Davis. Late 20 12s. How did that relationship develop? How did you, how did all that come to be? Gary had his own TV show called life with beauty. Yeah, yeah. And I was on one of the segments. And we spent we spent like a week in Sedona, Arizona. Filming that. And it was, in fact, I had to stop to Gary a couple of days ago. We talked fairly often, him and I. I look at your career, Robert, even before you film career. And it's almost like you were a Lakota renaissance man. You know, including your films, you were also had your own radio show. And you were a basketball coach, correct? Yes. Got you. What were the name of the radio shows? Two of them. I would say at the time, it was the first veteran show in the nation called sitrep situation report. Sure. And that was in 2009 to 2012, I think. Okay. So you had to sit rep in what was the other one? The warrior. American English show and American national American Indian issues. And both shows, I interviewed generals, congressmen, leaders in the Indian country. Travel chair people. Travel leaders, and that show went nation nationwide. You also, including your radio shows you were a spokesperson for a lot of veteran issues and Native American issues. You did some speaking to other tribes. I saw a YouTube video with you with the Seminole like a Seminole Veterans Day. You talk about and you've talked to me about the four Lakota virtues. Why are they important to you? What are they? Oh, yes. I'm calling the four cardinal virtues. Of the Lakota warrior. And we are taught these virtues from very young kind of from a very young age as soon as the youth could start to understand..
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"john milius" Discussed on Back To Work
"I says i should go check this out later. And so i wanted to remind do i want a reminder to go check it at sunset maybe i mean it would work at sunset but i was thinking about like how sunset sunrise twilight. These all mean kind of different things and if you go to some weather weather good dark sky courtesy of apple computer you go dark sky and it'll say okay sunset tonight at seven twelve pm pacific time but like that's not when it's dark that's like i think when the sun goes down so he ended up saying son said times san francisco my zip code bbb. And i found this really cool site. Dan did you know that. There's different kinds of twilight dawn and dusk. I mean i know magic hour but that's the limit of my knowledge. Yes yet magic hour. Yeah that's we'll call on. The days of thunder was one i'm thinking of What's the one. What's the parents malik. Movie they shut the entire movie a cold now twirling dawn and dusk so i was looking at. And there's there's there's like for twilight and not not the one from the book you get civil twilight twilight and astronomical twilight. Ditto for dawn dusk. Did you know that. I didn't know this is news me and it has to do with lake so like just off the dome so here. We go nautical twilight occurs when the center of the sun is between six degrees and twelve degrees below the horizon. Twilight period is less bright than civil twilight and artificial light is general requires early required civil twilight so basically civil twilight is i think the one with the longest amount of time anyway. I just thought it was interesting page. I'm at a point in life. Were a couple of things in life. Excite me 'cause it's you know. I'm always happy to discover. There's a tv show. That's really good that i haven't seen In this case it's the tv show hbo's room. And i'm also excited. When i learned a new fact that tells me something about the world. They didn't know. Stick curious what i'm saying. Kids nautical twilight band rome. It's got dr trainspotting. Rome storage drama. Television series created by. John milius william james amelia's from apocalypse. Now yeah the show and its seasons later. It's really good. And it's john roderick approved yet chicken it. Hbo's room ibew. That's one reason. I sleep has been kind of wonky. Lately is Is i've been watching way too much. rome but it's the guy you know the red haired guy from trainspotting who's also the doctor on grey's anatomy but you know th the star watching tonight then. I guess it's good. It's really good. It's got manse raider in it. Oh of course so. Let's get back first principles. There are seven actors in the entire island that we call the uk. And so this one's got a lotta. Get lindsay duncan who played She's play she played hot. Droid in a star wars movie. And she's been lots of things she's also. The lady gets a facelift in that one. Really good episode of sherlock. She's in it. Lindsay duncan Amidst all this milk inflation that we're living through right now. She is truly likeable and she's in it and An immense raider. The guy who's the head of the where called the wilder people where they called the dark beast's the people who live out in the snow on the other side of the wall. What are they called whiled links. He's the head of the wild wings remembering and john goes in parlays with manse raider. He plays the titular. Caesar was not tischler. His cities tischler City state but mance raiders in it And there's lots of good people in it and then i like discovering facts. Yeah yeah and then the finally before we good iowa's fifteen. I don't know i'm i'm having a real struggle right now and i i have not. I think i must have talked about this here. Yes i'm positive. I've talked about this here. This is thought technology. I've been batting around for a year. So which is just repeat myself. Because it's i like to repeat myself when i myself is that I think it's shortsighted to say that you solve the problem. If you don't really understand either what caused the problem nor neither what caused it. Nor what fixed it when we talked about that in terms of like expertise. Just because there's a difference between going the distinction lists just because it stopped being broken does not leave you in a position to qualify saying you fixed it So given that. I don't know what caused this problem. It's difficult to know what fixes it currently temporarily. But my hugh all my hugh stuff just like falls out of home kit. Sometimes it just goes away from home kit and i thought brilliantly figured it out the other day but i think i might have been wrong if anybody has actually. Don't i can google this. I i have google and nothing's worked so far it's not it's something else but but you know you. Can you imagine what happens. The i would say the vast majority of stuff on home kit at my house is houston. It's something like twenty seven bulbs we've got like six taps. Which is we've got five. I think hugh sensors let's just say we've got a lot of houston so when something happens and hugh gets confused or home kid. Keith gets confused. It causes a lot of havoc and boy. Do i ever hear about it like you know. My daughter just wants to go to bed like a person but she can't turn lights off because guess what the taps which stopped working. Everything fell off so everything. That's not hugh is still in home kit and still in the right room. So what do i do like a sucker. I go over to hugh essay hugh. How's it going bud. And then i go into settings and drill down and i drill down and get to the thing that says there's a button you can push that will sink your current hugh stuff and your current hugh setup and what i will just call the meta data as in. This light is in this room. It'll push all of that over to home kit. Which seems cool. But there's a bunch of problems with that one problem with. That is every time you do that again. A couple of things happen one. Is that first of all everything you just added to home kit. Pardon me reacted to home kit. For perhaps the six hundred ninth time. This week is now marked as a favourite everything yay and ask you. What was the last time you tried to do. More than five things in sitting in home. Kit is just welcome to click..
"john milius" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"Do like f now has been very much designed to make it. So you know you know knowledge you consuming but you're also very frantically purging like you're in some roman emporium or something. Yeah and counts up easter eggs and mixed in with a recap right and that's supposed to count as reviewing now let to view anything because if you win anything receiving something bad and rod for forbid. Yeah right i agree. You just supposed to notice like easter eggs. It's not good to to do an opinion. It's just good to provide information about the the content that we all of course love and the opinions were invalid. If it's to the extent that you are allowed to give an opinion has to be a positive one. Oh my god. What did i say. That's the sound of every screenwriter. Trying to ask what is what is p p but pooh-poohed defer. Yeah there was the wanda vision lady. Who was like. That's the sound of every screenwriter. Like losing their shit. And i'm like yeah. Yeah probably actually. That person was probably right because screenwriters fucking morons. I think it's very important to kind of note that screenwriters of casablanca or old movies like that are totally different. Beasts then the field you know Storytelling guru attending yes. Hero's journey christopher vogler studying screenwriter of today. Where is just basically mad. Libs give me a hero's journey mad libs and i'll just fill in the A perfect example of this was david goya had a show called Davinci's ashes or something and i didn't see it but i read his interviews and he was just saying stuff like yes so He was talking. Hero's journey of character development Stuff like that. What he what he was saying was actually worse. He was saying stuff. Like yes so He needed an obi wan. So i made this real life. guy the vincis. Obi wan mean disguised darth vader. And i was like this is a good thing to admit that you plug and play star wars hero's journey as this show and it was so normalized didn't realize it was maybe something. They shouldn't say he was he blatantly. Sending you named every single star wars heroes during the character you know he was saying stuff like yeah so dementia needs call to adventure there. That's why i had. This happened. the first season. I find that really interesting. That's what is now. I think a lot i think. A lot of honor screenwriters to me are a little bit more like executives like executives who should be so obsessed with a how to book on how to write a screenplay and all this kinda shit you know what i mean like fucking hate this shit because john milius my personal problematic faith as interviews where he.
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"john milius" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"Do like f now has been very much designed to make it so you know you know knowledge you consuming but you're also very frantically purging like you're in some roman emporium or something. Yeah and counts up easter eggs and mixed in with a recap right and that's supposed to count as reviewing now let to view anything because if you win anything receiving something bad and rod for forbid. Yeah right i agree. You just supposed to notice like easter eggs. It's not good to to do an opinion. It's just good to provide information about the the content that we all of course love and the opinions were invalid. If it's to the extent that you are allowed to give an opinion has to be a positive one. Oh my god women say that's the sound of every screenwriter trying to ask what is what is p p but pooh-poohed defer. Yeah there was the wanda vision lady. Who was like. That's the sound of every screenwriter. Like losing their shit. And i'm like yeah. Yeah probably actually. That person was probably right because screenwriters fucking morons. I think it's very important to kind of note that screenwriters of casablanca or old movies like that are totally different. Beasts then the field you know storytelling guru attending yes hero's journey christopher vogler studying screenwriter of today. Where is just basically mad. Libs give me a hero's journey mad libs and i'll just fill in the A perfect example of this was david goya had a show called Davinci's ashes or something and i didn't see it but i read his interviews and he was just saying stuff like yes so He was talking. Hero's journey his lack of character development Stuff like that. What he what he was saying was actually worse. He was saying stuff. Like yes so He needed an obi wan. So i made this real life. guy The vincis obi wan mean disguised vader. And i was like this is a good thing. Admit that you plug and play star wars hero's journey as this show and it was so normalized he didn't realize it was maybe something they shouldn't say he was he blatantly sending you named every single star wars heroes during the character. You know he was saying stuff like yeah so dementia needs call to adventure there. That's why i had. This happened. the first season. I find that really interesting. That's what is now. I think a lot i think. A lot of honor screenwriters to me are a little bit more like executives like executives who should be so obsessed with a how to book on how to write a screenplay and all this kinda shit you know what i mean like fucking hate this shit because john milius my personal problematic faith as interviews where he.
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"john milius" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Aftermath or something like that. There's a trilogy of books about like the the years after the battle of andorra and how it does take to wrap up loose ends of the war and eventually a treaty is signed There's a thing the last big battles actually on jackou And we see the birth of ben solo around that time which i will say for those who are unaware and think that we my wife nine named our son. After ben soul. That is actually not correct. Japan was not named after the son of on and laya. He was named for bennie. And the jets. No i'm telling getting I her bank moby now. It was it just. It's not a good. It's it was literally the only name that sounded good with garland and one that we both agree out so but anyway any last thoughts anything. We didn't talk about in terms of the entire trilogy. jackie anything. We didn't touch base on At kelly clarify what we meant by john. Williams and lucas saved star wars. So that's a good point. Actually it's very good story and one that So i am currently writing a play called movie brats which is actually going to tell the story of france. Ford coppola brian depalma. Marcus says he seems to be george. Don't gets an john milius meeting for the first time talking about projects etc etc. So i am in the process working on when star wars was first the very first star wars. A new hope was finished george. Lucas invited his friends swiss as you etc etc all these people to screening room and they watched and their reaction the only one who actually liked it was a spielberg he enjoyed. He'll update but they went to this chinese food restaurant. Chinese restaurant afterwards sat down. Apparently brian depalma. And if you don't know brand department as he directed the untouchables he directed kerry scarface. You know first mission. Boston movie He apparently took a who to be called a shrine by To lucas and was like i don't understand. Why is this happening. My is your bobo claw. And he was. He didn't get. He did make a comment and he is one who said you should have from the very beginning to basically summarize everything so that was actually brian depalma. Who gave lewis that idea. But the first of star wars was abysmal. Failure and lucas has said as such has said that it was not good. So marshall ducasse So he was working with a couple of editors and the editors weren't doing what he wanted to do so he had to let the editors go and marcia lucas who was his wife at the time now his ex wife Came in while she was working on. I believe she was working on new york. New york with a months quincy came in and re cut the whole thing with Paul harrod and the to them put this thing together in such a way that it was at least coherent in..
"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 Pop Culture Affidavit
"Trailer for red dawn. The nineteen eighty-four. John milius film about a soviet cuban invasion of the united states that has the historical distinction of being the very first ever. Pg thirteen movie released in theaters debut on august tenth. Nineteen eighty four. It grossed thirty eight point three million dollars at the box office. Doubling its seventeen million dollar budget. It was the nineteenth highest grossing movie of nineteen eighty-four. Just be on bachelor parties. Thirty eight point. Four million dollar gross the top five earners nineteen eighty-four by the way ghostbusters. Indiana jones and the temple of doom. The karate kid and police academy. I'm going to pause for a moment. Let you take in the fact. That police academy outgrowths. Footloose beverly hills. Cop and star trek three. Although beverly hills cops gross stretches from eighty four to eighty five. So that's why box in box office. Mu kind of breaks it into anyway without otherwise as as our collective acknowledgement that nineteen eighty-four was learning your movies. I will briefly talk about the plot of the film. In fact i'm not gonna spend a ton of time on the plot of eateries of these films because most people. I know who are listening to. This are pretty familiar with red dotted rocky for but like i said. Red dawn was directed by john milius. His previous credits include the screenplay for apocalypse. Now as well as writing. And directing conan the barbarian starring arnold schwarzenegger in nineteen eighty two the cast of red dawn features. Many teenage actors were either associated with or would go on to be associated with the brat. Pack were more well known movies. Eighty starring teenagers. And these people are c thomas howell charlie sheen. Patrick swayze leah thompson and jennifer gray. The adults in the film include powers. Boothe harry dean stanton lane smith and super flies. Ron o'neal film opens with a series of title cards. That read soviet union suffers worst wheat harvest and fifty five years labor and food. Riots in poland soviet troops invade cuba in nicaragua reached troop strength Five hundred thousand el-salvador salvadoran honduras fall. Greens party gains control. West german parliament demands withdrawal of nuclear weapons from european soil. mexico plunged into revolution. Nato dissolves united states stands alone. We then get a title sequence of a flight through clouds with this weird flashdance esque eighties script for the main tile in. Maybe i'm the only person who ever found this out of place. Because i was so used to the way the title was displayed on. The poster and red dot has one of the great movie posters. It's just a small town in america at the bottom of the image of several paratroopers dropping in parachutes open against the twilight. And the tagline is in our time new foreign country army has occupied american soil until now and then red dawn as in block letters with the same words in russian. Right above it. It's it's a great dramatic poster. You know you'd see that video cassette case in the video store be like. Oh this looks good. That would have looked great on the title instead of like flashdance but russian invasion. But i i'm spending too much time on that. I'm sorry it's just a weird hang-up of always had about this movie city when the plot so we opened up with a high school classroom in colorado kelly met colorado which is Just outside the rocky mountains teacher is giving a lesson about genghis khan when he spots several paratroopers land in the field behind the school. He has to investigated. Here's immediately shot dead. The trips then start shooting at the school and it becomes immediately apparent that this is an invasion force from here. We follow several of the local teams from the town. Who are led by jed. That's patrick swayze into the mountains. They i work on fleeing and surviving and then decided to take up arms to become a guerrilla resistance force against the occupying russian cuban army naming themselves wolverines after the school's mascot they undertake several raids on their occupiers and become effective enough for the enemies top brass to make a concerted effort to find them and stop them at one point. They meet lieutenant. Colonel andrew tanner that is powers boothe an american pilot who shot down near them and helps them by teaching the military tactics and helping them plan raids. He also gives them in the audience and exposition as to what's happened in the larger scope of the united states in world war three which is going on several american cities including washington. Dc were destroyed by nuclear strikes strategic air command was crippled by cubans saboteurs paratroopers were dropped from airliners to seize key positions in preparation for assaults via mexico and alaska most of the southern united states and north western. Canada are occupied by the soviets but american counterattacks halted soviet advances along the rockies and the mississippi and the lives of stabilized remaining. Us allies the united kingdom in china are crippled. Nuclear fallout concerns from both sides of the of the Are why they have not further. Used nuclear weapons so eventually the will read start to fall and after they are caught in an ambush with four of them surviving. Jed and his brother mad who has charlie sheen undertake a suicide mission to attack the enemy headquarters in the center of kelly met hoping that will keep the russians occupied long enough for the other to survive in. Wolverines danny played by brad savage and erica lee thompson to make. It's a friendly territory. The film ends with a shot of partisan rock which was the name given to location the mountains where they had been headquarters themselves had carved the names of their dead. On the rockets of memorial a plaque is read aloud that says in the early days of world war three guerrillas mostly children placed their names of their lost upon this rock. They fought here alone and gave up their lives so that this nation shall not perish from the earth like the day after last episode red dawn as a product of the concern in panic about a possible oncoming war with the soviet union. That was a very real during the early nineteen eighties. Now where's the day after was part of the nuclear war sub-genre red dawn as part of another sub-genre. The russian invasion film the other two notable films in the sub-genre are chuck norris film invasion usa which starts north is the man who single handedly prevents the soviet union invasion through florida and the one thousand nine hundred eighty seven series miniseries america. That's america with.
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"john milius" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Just to show you know when it comes to saving their own butts okay and how. They're the last people you have to listen to john. Milius tells a good story. The film director john who's one of those that small pocket of conservatives in hollywood okay and he also wrote my favorite movie of all time which is apocalypse. Now john milius in an interview during the la riots back in the nineties. Now he's a big second amendment guy. John milius okay always getting criticized by his hollywood friends and everything he was in an interview during the riots he goes i gotta admit gimme gimme kind of charge at all my all my liberal buddies or calling me up on the phone. Say hey john. Can you lend me one of your guns what happened. What happened all your elitist platitudes that you said about. We can't have more guns guns. Kill people blah blah blah. But when push comes to shove and those rioters rats come into your neighborhood and they're gonna knock down your door. What do you do. You call up the guy that you vilified conservative in hollywood. Can i borrow a gun. That's the elites we have. Our elites are nothing i cringe. I'm only using that for the purpose of conversation calling them. Elite dairy lead us. Nothing but i have a question for you. Okay and i think it's a legitimate question. Because christian brown in this article mentions moralistic ideological friendly frenzy. Which is exactly what it is. You'd agree with that right. You're it's all moralism you we do. We've heard that you know this has been their mantra for however many decades now that there's no right and wrong. There's no good and evil very morally relativistic attitude or worldview right. You'd agree with that. That's been their position is that given. Its are they every other day right so so is moral relativism going to end now. Because obviously these people have become more absoluteness you see are they. Don't want to admit that in other words. They spouted on about moral relativism for years. Especially on issues that involve abortion and things like that. Well who are you to say. What's right and wrong. And who are you to say which true which true for me is not all that blah blah blah. Nonsense okay well. They've obviously killed more relativism in the age of trump. And this is a question that i had. I would think that moral relativism is dead..
"john milius" Discussed on The Moratorium
"I remember her. She was circling the drain back. Then oh yeah. I know i know her. She kind of looks. Like where's the beef woman. Yeah she does yeah. She was in a movie called. Dick one oh. I know i saw that. What is that about all right. It's a short. They film it at her funeral. Is that what a baby. I'm gonna trip over. John saxon here. In just a minute. I would trip over. John saxon over and over again. You know what i mean. Because he's just lying there. Someone should middle of your floor. Somebody should really move him all right. So let me go down this this little track down to my deep dive now deep dives since you said you don't necessarily have a deep dive august. Don't really. I have a couple of things to talk about. But i who knows where they could go. I mean who knew that dukes of hazzard would eat up twelve minutes twelve minutes where our end of the show what what is happening. Yes lost time a couple of weeks ago. We're talking about john milius. We were looking up some of his movies. Yes i don't remember. Why nineteen forty one. That's why he wrote them screenplay for nine hundred forty one right he also wrote. I never. I don't remember if i ever looked at up. Did he write empire strikes back. Did you write star wars. Now he wrote one of those. No he didn't write any of those and i and i cut that out of the show so wrong you stop talking about it. Who am i thinking of. Then is what i want and i don't know but he wrote conan the barbarian. Yes red dawn. Great extreme prejudice. That was with nick. Napoleon hill film right now man. I've seen that one quite a few times. isn't that just a dusty dirty sweaty moving. It is yeah geronimo. Clear and present danger really good stuff but he wrote Actually evil knievel back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one. When george hamilton played evil knievel. I don't know that one. I've seen viva knievel right. We've talked about that..