18 Burst results for "John Rea"

"john rea" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"And in terms of my legacy, you know, it's not that different than the legacy of the comics, which is, you know, I would hope that people, especially kids that grew up on these movies and continue to and grown-ups that may be have this lesson left to learn. Is that thing that makes you different makes you strong and the things that we are? Our other for are the things that we should be most proud of. And that to me is, what X men always been about in that communicate. Many different things can mean something just really intimate and personal it can mean about your sexuality or religion or your race or your gender, or whatever it is that these movies are about people who are persecuted and oppressed for being different. And they are heroes, because they come together and celebrate their difference. And that to me has always been about why these movies are so special well in the thing of tolerance as well. Has permitted all these movies judging people by their actions, rather than as a group, because as we've seen, especially in the last two movies. There's good mutants. And there's bad means you can't generalize all of them. And that's, that's always been a part of the universe rate, their user. What do you think about audience expectations is essentially the way to boil down his questions? Do you think it's changed over the years, because I mean it's not like people are giving grief to all superhero movies because because we've. Just had a run where actually if you look at the, the run up to this of aquaman, ship Zam captain marvel an in game there's, there's been a very good run. And it just I think the coming off the in game sugar. High still think was was was tough for some audiences to reset. But, but how do you think fan culture has changed? If if you think it has. Well, I, I think I think it has fan culture. If you're speaking specifically about these kind of movies, though, you were speaking more, I think, generally about film in general, what you're asking is broad audience appeal abroad, audience appeal being being an obligation of a expensive movie. And I think you're right. I think listen, I, I like what, what you were said the woman in the front here was saying about, you know, Spiderman one in Spiderman to being more personal character driven movies. I like more personal character and movies, regardless of John by their horror film superhero movie or a science fiction movie, and I. I tried to create a really intimate personal human fragile film, as opposed to allow noisy, you know, smack them up movie, and I do think, you know, most of the movies and the John rea- tend to be big loud movies, even when they're extraordinarily. Well executed as endgame there's still end. I would add one of the biggest action sequences in the history of movies is in is in N game, but infused with comedy and all the movies that I just mentioned aquaman to endgame. Have huge comedic moments. Yeah..

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"john rea" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on WGN Radio

"One of the coordinators of the windy city horror Rama festival, which is taking place this weekend at the Davis theater at forty six fourteen north Lincoln, it's a celebration of of horror films of independent horror, movies and older horror movies. And they've got a really great schedule starts on Friday and it runs through Sunday with some really cool events and some really cool screenings of new and classic horror movies. He is also the writer director of a horror film called take back the knife, which we'll talk a little bit about. That. So we're talking horror and windy city. Hora Rama and because we're talking horror. We're gonna we're gonna continue to talk horror after we talked with Matt. I have an article here about a bunch of horror movies that are so sick and twisted that you'll never be able to unseat them. So we want to talk about some of the most twisted and sick horror movies that you've ever seen. And then I put together what my thoughts on some of the best best acting performances in horror movies, you know, the academy usually ignores horror movies, they they don't take them very seriously. And there have been some really really incredible award worthy performances in the John rea-. And I've got a lot of them that I thought of and and put down on paper here, and there have been so many great acting performances in in the horror genre in the comedy genre. Don't get the respect that they deserve from the academy and a lot of serious awards ignore horror, especially and comedy, but horror, especially like, you can't do great can't give great performances in horror movies. And it's just not true. There have been some really amazing acting. Performances in the horror genre a genre. That doesn't get as much respect as it should and within the horror genre. The acting doesn't get the the kind of respect that it should simply because people dismiss horror movies as a dumb genre or be or bijon rather for the people acting them aren't really giving a good performance, which is a bunch of nonsense. Actually. So we're gonna talk about sick and twisted horror movies. We are also going to talk about the best acting performances in horror movies, and we'll discuss the windy city horror Rama with Matt store right here. That's coming up. Also, we didn't get to the crazy things that that were found in thrift shops. So if we have enough time we'll jump into we'll jump into that topic as well. So three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number. If you want to talk with us or text with us at anytime three one nine eight one seventy one hundred wildcard Wednesday. The. So that's that's happening. So that's any any artist any song anything so get your request. Then we'll play later. It's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for that. You can follow.

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"john rea" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on KQED Radio

"History of both Niyaz capital and intern vow to defend Saudi chiefs legendary status. The film deals with the second World War resistance movement. The elusive pot is on leader code-named Volta was its leader. And in Tito's Yugoslavia. He was a national hero even before his deeds were immortalized on celluloid nationally. The film was an enormous hit to the state people can quote chunks of the dialogue. It's rather. Like the bulk and equivalent of Casablanca instead of this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. You have you see that city? That is Valda. It's director was hired and carve outs a specialist in the so-called pot is on western John rea-. His biographer is an abortion Ravana vich being devoted to John was like Vesta at war of action movies as they were made in Britain, or or the US obviously, his movies were always more closer to the realm of fantasy as. Direction fantasies about the second World War, then to the reality, which is in a way funny because he himself was partisan back in the second World War and in all of his movies. There is always some grain of historical actual factual truth. Why don't you think it made the international impact that it? Did it did cross? I mean, particularly to China Chinese audience recognize in this film, universal.

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Rockstar Movies - The Genre of the Moment

The Big Picture

04:45 min | 2 years ago

Rockstar Movies - The Genre of the Moment

"First we're going to talk about other rockstar films joined today by my ringer colleague. And really one of the best writers about Rockstars in the world Lindsay's all Lindsey. Hey, how's it going? I'm doing really well. Thank you for joining me. You know Lindsey right before we started taping the show we were talking about what makes a kind of rockstar movie successful. And you know, there are two different kinds of movies. Like this her smell falls into the completely fictionalized. But inspire. By category, where the characters in it exists in a realm that seems familiar, but isn't real Becky something seems like Courtney love, but she is not Courtney love. And then of course, there's the bohemian rhapsody ask bio pic version that, you know, attempts to tell the truth and often is more false than the movie that is completely fictionalized for you, which makes us successful rockstar movie in which of those do you prefer. I tend to prefer the ones that are creating this whole other world that doesn't exactly exist in in the actual music universe answer, the non bio-pic ones, which are these movies that have come out in the past year that all kind of fall into that category. Pretty much all are those sorts of movies. But those tend to be my favorites. Yeah. Why do you think? So right now, we're in this moment, and you writing a piece about this on the site this week where teen spirit is being released this week. It's maximum galas story of popstar pile fanning. A star is born last October. The one. Her smell. No, I don't wanna quit backs. Lux Brady Corbett portrait of a pop star in the aftermath of nine eleven starring Natalie Portman. The aforementioned bohemian rhapsody wire all of these movies happening right now. Do you think I really don't know? I mean, one really interesting parallel that I put it out to you earlier is that each of those movies, I guess with the exception of her smell sort of are directed by male actors like people that we primarily identifies actors before directors. So that that is just interesting to me in general of of people like they seem to be wanting to say something about performance and stardom, but through the proxy of generally younger or more famous woman, and that's just a very strange parallel that I'm not sure what's going on there. But I think there's a sense right now with social media that sort of anyone can become a pop star. I mean, we. To crossover into the music field week. I will not ex- right now who this viral star who just has the number one song in America overnight sensation because he was able to use social media into becoming famous. So I think there's this sense right now that pop stardom is easier to achieve and and that if you have a certain idea or machinery behind you that you can just not your fingers and become a pop star. I do not think it's that easy. And that's the issue. I have with some of these movies and the way that they conceive of twenty-first-century pop cultural stardom, but I do think there's that sense that if anyone can become a pop star on the internet, then so can Natalie Portman are we can imagine her in that role or L fanning or something like that? There's this almost anyone can do it notion in the air right now that I think is contributing something to this. You know, we're gonna talk about some of our favorite. Versions of these kinds of movies. I think we should say that for the most part the bio pic more so than the original story tends to be more successful and the massive success of bohemian rhapsody, which is I would say an abnormality. But also indicative of kind of where music movies may be going. I think sets aside the fact that like there's something kind of dull and bland and Oscar is about the bio pic in the original story. I feel like creates a whole new world of creation for us. You know, what are some of your favorites from that John rea-? I mean, I have a very long. A couple. Yeah. The first one will I kinda was thinking in terms of these movies that have come out recently almost each of them. I sort of had in mind, oh, I like X movie from the past better, and in thinking of vox lox, I was comparing it a lot to Todd Haynes velvet goldmine.

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"john rea" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Not the guys they're going to be on the media guide cover the guys that are going to play twenty twenty five minutes and night play defense. Like, you're talking about rebound do all that kind of stuff. I like your phrase where he said, you know, guys, they're going to be walking back to the bench. After a timeout. Not saying, hey, I was open guys are just going to go back there and sit down and get ready for the play to start again. Yeah. Those are the guys that I think you're gonna have a lot more to do. Because if they get a second guy and Brandon Ingram still here on Lonzo still here in cow who's still here. You've got enough horsepower to do what you need to do for the most part, but you're going to need some glue guys you're gonna. Need some just some dudes that do all that stuff that we're talking about that? We don't talk about Andre Igwe dollars. If you really someone who sacrificed, right? That's the one who they thought it was gonna cut the clippers when they made the tray with Chris Paul and all that stuff. They are going to cut them get them into camp and go, wait a minute. You can do a little something hundred dollars sacrifice so much of his offense to be that defensive glue guy and pay it off with him winning finals. MVP gotta be at a fine those guys because if you if you get a kyri, you're going to need a Tristan Thompson, if you get a Tyree or a Kemba Walker even a need one of those glue guys who's willing to sacrifice their bodies sacrifice offense, be water occasionally, but not walked back to the bench and go yo I was on the wing free looked for me next. Fewer of those. All right. The pit of the day next. Happy birthday. Kristen stewart. Unit is. Did you watch those movies now? We're just talking about. It's not my era. That's my John rea- is not that fantasy vampire eerie thing. I like vampires. I just don't want him all sexy. He don't like pretty vampire them. I love that. I love and rice books and everything, but the twilight was it was like teeny Bopper gritty. Rip my throat out. If you go and drink my blood on it, right out vampires. Yeah. Which those vampires and blade. Yeah. Like, don't eat me. Don't be all like, Kristen Stewart and the other one's with. It's like. Nice thing. Brackets. So fierce four of south. Roger sound drives today who the number one overall soy healthy. He took down the twelve day. My brother. Mavra fifty nine percent to forty one percent..

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"john rea" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"And then we'll and getting. I don't want to like Power Rangers six seven eight movies. And then they hadn't saying that. This is like the opposite of that. Wherever it we're all you're sorta plan out like so many with that was where movies like two through seven all rested on this one thing if they're if they're operating with a strong start for all these different things, and it's not necessarily about all those different things coming together in one, and they can all operate separate of each other to a degree. I think that's a more promising franchise format and also it actually went back to. Well goes back to something. We were saying the last time, I think we discussed this story or another story, which was I think it was a comment that Adam Chitwood made in his piece once that that said what he thinks that the and I'm paraphrasing here. I don't remember off the top of my head. But when he's thinks that the film franchise should do going forward is just do something that marvel can't. And that's what this feels like to me. Sure. Sure good starts. I then I think your plan makes a lot of sense. It's gotta get those good starts first. And hopefully, they can do a track record of doing them. Hopefully, they call me up, and I can explain this all about. Wall chart they're moving one into that position though. Like, do you think they're moving one into that? Like because he's doing that already the conjuring easy going to do this within DC under obviously Sahara's guidance. But certainly one could be someone you slide in there. Don't you think maybe I don't know given certain reports that drop today is going to be in mom. We will we will wait until on. We get all the details. But right now, it seems to me because James want is also heavily involved in the conjuring. I imagine he wants to say heavily involved in the aquaman any franchise. And again, this this speaks to something good about that kind of format that you can have a leader. Like James one not necessarily be overwhelmed by the entirety of a franchise, but rather focus on a specific character in that world. And I think it's it's worth noting. That Warner Brothers is really known for being a director driven studio where they have really long term commitments with their directors. They work with them for years and years and years. So I would not be surprised at all. If James one continues to take a bigger position within the company who's been working with new line forever on the conjuring films. And that that would be very on brand for Warners to say we've worked with this guy. He's he's great. We're keeping them in house as long as we can. And he has a knack for bringing in super talented up and coming directors. So I mean, that's the. Thing about the trench that I think I'm most excited to hear next. I can't wait for them to announce that director because I I have this feeling that because you know, especially with Hayley. And I were so obsessed with these movies that it's going to be someone that he is linked to before. So there's going to come that excitement of let's say someone who's directed. One feature jumping into a bigger production under James wan's guidance possibly or he does we kind of talked about this off the other night. He really likes foam makers who make like really bang and short film. And then he snaps them up earlier is free. Yeah. But then again earlier is made to feature. So I don't know. We'll see I'll I'll drop that note on their desks as well. Yes. All right. The next story we have here is a new trailer for bright burn. So this one is from Sony Pictures and the studio is calling it a startling subversive. Take on a radical news. John rea-, Elizabeth banks stars in the movie as a mother who discovers an extraterrestrial child who has crash landed on earth. Much like DC's resident crypto Nian bright burn opens in theaters on may twenty four th. All right. So when this trailer dropped I watched it I liked it. I saw a lot of reactions that say, oh, no, this feels like the same old creepy kid movie. We've seen time and time again Haley was at your reaction when you first watch his trailer..

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"john rea" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on PRI's The World

"It helps a lot in terms of how we does send. Critique seeing China's sees homework and recent rates. She just got her first short story collection publishing published in China. So should think says it's important to have those stories translated. It was only after she got published in the US that those stories started appearing in China. Other writers who had similar experiences told me they find this problematic that it takes getting attention in the west for their work to be recognized back home. But tank fate told me, she doesn't mind. Of course, it took a lot more than just a translator to elevate the profile of an entire John rea-. The stories were really good. And there's also the fact that more people are paying attention to China and its technological emissions as it is to become a world superpower. But ask anyone in the know about Chinese Saifi, and they'll tell you Ken Lou was a key figure. The key figure in this story as story that had its biggest moment in two thousand fifteen. Welcome to the two thousand fifteen Hugo award ceremony. Think of the Hugh those like the Oscars, but for scifi and fantasy literature it translated Chinese science fiction novel called the three body problem was up for the biggest award best novel. It was written by China's Leo's his shin translated by Ken Liu and it tells the story of humanity's potentially dooming encounter with an alien civilization. This was a big deal. It was the first time a translated book ever won the award it drove up sales not just in the US. But also in China the railroad turning points for making Chinese fuss fiction. Big thing both in China and internationally, Regina, canoeing is with a company called story com. It's based in Beijing, and it finds and commercializes Chinese Sifi. She told me that an entire industry has popped up in China to Bank on the scifi craze may saying suspect suspects will be the food her popular genre and not only literature, but also movies games. And the media cat phone the real test for Chinese Sifi Wang told me we'll come down to. One thing films. So whose faith until you show last month China released its first ever big Sifi production. It's called the wandering earth. It started out as a novel written by Leo shin. The writer of the three body problem trilogy. The plot goes something like this. The sun is rapidly expanding and is about to engulf the earth and newly-formed. Global government is on a rescue mission to propel the earth out of the solar system and humanity to safety. Spoiler alert. It's ultimately China that saves the world so far the movie is a hit in China and net. Flicks recently announced it bought the rights to stream it all promising signs that Chinese Sifi is here to stay for the world. I'm Lydia men. You. Earlier this hour, we heard from investigative journalists Roman dobra hotel of one thing that sticks with me from that interview is that the tools for activism online or seemingly limitless. And that's true for our next guest. Esra all Shafei, she's a human rights activist in Bahrain. And she's been building online platforms and tools with the organization Majdal one of the platforms. Al-shafie build is called crowd,.

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"john rea" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

The 8123 Podcast

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

"So check check the site. Come see us and. Yeah. Colo- also known without you had a million plays on Spotify. That's crazy are vast asong to a million by by far. So thank you. Yeah. Thanks. Thanks for your your ears. I hope million of the listeners enjoyed it. Yeah. 'cause I do don't. Thanks, guys. We'll talk to you. Like. Hi guys is Brittany calling from the bay area in California. I love listened to the podcasts in the morning on lesson. Planning those thanks for that. I my question. So me into my best friends would be reading challenge every year and this year, one of the request is a book written by a musician, and it can be fiction or nonfiction, and I figured who better to ask than some us edition. So if you guys or anybody in band or the crew has a suggestion for a book written by new vision for me to read out the awesome. Thanks. Thank you very much for your question. Yeah. Books. I, you know, I was I was not really a book guy. And then you are now two thousand sixteen fifteen or so then when it changed that was I guess to to fifteen then I became a full on book, man. Yeah. Because you like learning. Yep. I'm gonna say life. I think that's what's called Keith Richards. Yeah. But Keith Richards. Yeah, it's pretty great. It's incredible very long. I listened to part of it on audio book part of it. I that was fun. So that way I could kind of get like listen to it in the car and burn burn through pages. Like like that. So I did that too. And then I liked when they there's like maybe halfway or a little bit before halfway they have that English, dude talk. Yeah. And on the audiobook, and it's like sounds like him in kinda like slurs, everything and stuff. So it kind of feels like he's actually talking and then at the end, they changed, Johnny Depp. And I remember being so bummed because I was so used to this English guy talking, and it was like, Johnny Depp, talking, and I was like, whatever. But. Yeah that books. Incredible. I'm going to go with David Byrne. From the talking heads his book, how music works, and it's really cool. It's like. A different it goes through like every John rea- kind of in like how it connects together, and like how certain rhythms work for certain like how like kind of the reggae thing turned into punk in all and just kind of how just how music works, and it's just a really interesting read, and if you're into the. The really that. How music works then you'd really be into it. And if you're not, yeah, if not maybe Keith Richards wanted kind of more broad, so. Yeah. Just cool stories interesting inch interesting thing, so. Yep..

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"john rea" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

Van Lathan's The Red Pill

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill

"Your Nike shoes front? No. You don't care. You gotta go to the flight us, if you want the file ever, they got the fire flagship soda some novelty that's cool for some neighbors who like the idea of where really really really came from. We just want the product young just want the product, right? I don't care. Whether it comes from Atlanta, Louisiana care what come from Arkansas. So you ask me what New York hip, hop isn't. Waiting for the product. You'll feel like being a Brooklyn MC is a big fucking deal. Yeah. There's legacy today. New fucking deal. You feel that ever you feel like don't feel that pressure. Like, you have to you ever feel like you. I gotta be mad lyrical here to let Knicks spit. Never know are you competitive, which are hip-hop. Yeah. So broad saying is are you competitive to the point where you like one day, you wanna beat a hottest from New York? That's like very very important to you. Because it seems to be more important. They they beep about everything the the fucking podcasters is beefing up there like they it's real competitive. Is that in you chew flee? I wanna be Jordan. It's not about New York. You wanna be Jordan? I just wanna be joining with. I mean, I just wanna be I wanna be the nigga I'm supposed to be. It's not about New York, and it has to be bigger than that, New York isn't the epicenter of the world. It's it can be if that's what you wanna make it. I wanna reach the furthest corners planet with this music. And that's not. I'm not fighting over five boroughs feel you feel. Who did you listen to growing up? Jay bitam. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I listen to all this. Like, if you you listening to music in the last three years, I grow up in the last three years like I'm gonna dull it now. So in the last ten years the same shit like fifty Jay Khania huge. Right. Right. Huge whole generation is sort of based on. Yeah. Beans Braga Buju Banton Levi. Right. You know that was leaving. Yeah. That was the mix. I didn't grow up listening to rock music. I know anything about rock music. When did you start listening to rock music? I didn't yell. Fuck. Rock music. I'm not it's not offensive to me not that way like music, but rock as segmented John rea- when I go fishing around. I don't usually know where to start is good. It's interesting. I think that for for someone like you that plays with so many different forms and styles. I think you really fucking. She also white Austin. I love rock. You said you're White House know is going on awesome. What kind of rock music? Do you like I mean, I grew up with doors journey. Yeah. Japan's play them. Yeah. Anything else you parents play for you. Floyd lot. Just walk me through paint Floyd Austin, Austin, you're white you're white give off a might walk through painful do Pink Floyd dockside Mon right realities that like when I was in in college and like people will put Dr side on the moon. And then they were like, this is the kind that white boys. Do like Austin, right, right? So they get mad high. And they always wanna they Mannheim. They wanna play a game. So when I was in college the game was I remember I came into a room one time. So my homeboys why do and they were like, oh, well, we're about to do is. We're about to play dark side of the moon. But we're going to do it at the same time that we played a wizard of Oz. What facts news is crazy. We're gonna play dockside in the moon. They was all high fucked up shit, and it was and they will like yo if you play dockside and the moon and the wizard of Oz at the same time the the album. Goes completely with the movie it just syncs up all the time. And this is the stuff that why do would do to pass the time. Yeah, I'm saying strange universe. Strange universally. Happy to be from the hood really passing all ship off for one second was saying job. You're going to be right back on.

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"john rea" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on The Filmcast

"Oh, God, my wife, and I are watching it together. Want to put this in a way, I think this is a public service. If if you're watching a show with your significant other before bed, and you're hoping to have some special intimate time afterwards, do not do not watch this show. Do you not watch this show? I like her in new recommendations, don't watch it with your parents. Yeah. It it is it being intimate will be the furthest thing from either of your minds after watch it. It makes it makes sex kind of disgusting. I will say I watch this show with my wife, and she she was very upset by the show because there are some really really abusive relationships depicted in the show of various kinds, and she's just like she numerous points. She turned to me was like, we're not like that. Right. We're not like that. Right. I mean, it is really an upsetting show. So good. Good advice. Jeff advice. I'm glad you seconded that it is. It's it's very much worth watching though. It's it's called escape addendum Maura. And it is is it on Netflix Showtime Showtime. That's right. I watched it on on Amazon. It's all in that flicks. Man. Yeah. I it is on Showtime. And yeah, you can get the Showtime on prime video channels full disclosure, I work at Amazon. So, but that's how I watched it. And it was a pretty good experience. So. The shows escape it then and more check it out quite simply what have you been watching this week? So this is a show that I've plugged on slash film daily. But I want to plug it again because I feel like this is a show that speaking of shows that don't get enough attention. This is crazy ex girlfriend. So this w series that has had very unfortunate name, but it is well worth your time. It's created by Rachel bloom and Aline brush McKenna, and is this incisive sensitive, really, smart and funny sort of send up of the rom com genre while being a nuanced depiction of month, mental illness, and it's also extremely hilarious. And it's a musical series. Which is something that I know either turn people away from it for the people are not aware of it completely. And each of the musical numbers are just are just so smartly done and are often a parody of some certain John rea- or type song, which stems from racial blooms time as YouTube star kind of doing viral videos that parodied certain pop songs, and it that takes basically takes premise and turns into a full-fledged show about a a woman who meets an ex boyfriend and finds that he fulfils like the steep gaping hole in her soul. And he she falls him to west Covina, California. And decides to try to win him back and steal him from his current girlfriend. And she's from New York, by the way because that's not weird. Yeah. Yeah. She followed in sports country. Yes. And in process, she gets in very many hijinks, and she kind of imagines a lot of her life and scenarios through these musical numbers. And it's it kind of uses this more lighthearted delivery. System to to speak on more dark issues, like depression and mental illness. I don't wanna get into what type of minutes illness without kind of going into. I dislike using the the word is like referring to the spoiler. But it is something that is definitely like dealt with really well. And in a way that I didn't anticipate the show going in at all and especially now in its fourth and final season, it's really dealing with Rebecca's sort of treatment. And the way that she is finally sensitively filling with that mental illness and living with it in a way. That's like very rare that you see on TV, and I absolutely love this show. This most recent episode was one of my favorites of the entire show. It basically was a perfect association of every wrong com. Trope and also a sort of winking Omayad at a lean brush McKenna's screenplays that she wrote for the day. Level wears Prada and twenty-seven dresses and was just such a joy to watch while having of course, some hilarious musical numbers. So I highly recommend this series. It's it's so smart. I wish I could sell it better because it's a series that well-deserved your time and is one of the better. Well, like well-written comedy shows on TV today, and it's going to be ending soon..

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"john rea" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"It's happening. And that's now it's this in a way that will shock people. And then have this prepared callback trailer released very soon after not properties or call. It's true teaser. Not a teaser in the the we've come. Teasers as yes trailers, this is a true teaser. Yeah. And I really dug it I am officially teased. There you go. All right. I'm super excited. Also, for a superhero film in the DC universe. Coming out this year. We saw new TV trailer for it. It's Zam that doesn't come out yet. They know hasn't come out come out. I believe in March. Wow. She gets captain marvel. That's tough launch captain marvel is like March, seventh April sorry. And the funny thing is that ams captain marvel now like the common Zam my brain name. It's his is captain marvel 'schisms extra the name not of the hero 'schisms the name of the wizard. And also the magic word he said and win his game come out and comes out in may. Okay. So we got a little bit. Yes. All right. I thought she Zan looked fun, man. I'm I'm down with this film. It's actually to take your kid to and there's a lot of wishful man film. There's a lot of childlike wonder. The the trailer actually almost rifts a little bit on some of the action scenes that we saw Mana steel, which of course, we all know took very seriously. And so ideas, may maybe this will be kind of same superheroes level superpower. But it's it's big big, plus superman Henny Marshall. There you go. And that's not like the invented this concept for this film. It's a establish character beloved character into DC comics pantheon and some very afford to. I'm really curious what Zachary Levi brings to it because he was not first person. I had in mind when they're Cussing list. But how does one issues him kill? What is his weakness? Well, usually is super man's weakness. Pisses powers derived from magic instrumentally to weaknesses kryptonite and magic. And so she's ams weakness is that he is mine. And so if he is not in full, she Zam mo- saying the words to them. Yes. He's in child mode. He can be subdued so but as ashes them he is powerful superman, so basically to kill them to kill child. But he's not able to stick kryptonite because he he's point here on the unearth. Yes. Yeah. He'd be hunched. Right. There are other superpower beings. Fist by to write. It was starting to feel like the conversation has my kids originally tried to explain the marvel reboots oh have you listened to our podcast? We have segment of comics planing, Jimmy. No. But like, I was I still like I never read a lot of the superhero comics growing up, and I came into comics, by way of indie comics, like love and rockets then worked my way back to other stuff. But it's tried to explain like, how there can be multiple, you know, into the spider verse of the boy, but we just enjoy it someone on the YouTube comments suggested this after last week's show that I know nothing about pop culture suggested. Yeah. Well, jokes on them from listening to four hundred ups, I have now deduce Jere me knows nothing. Pop culture. I say to jokes on you. Because I know nothing about tech either. Nice. One final trailer. You wanna talk about bright burn have you seen this? Bright, burn. No, okay. I'm gonna talk about the trailer while you guys should watch it, and you don't need the audio to watch it. But it is produced by James gone. So it's already noteworthy that way. And it's I film project that he's been attached to and it's coming out post him being let go by Disney slash marvel being directed by one of his collaborators David Europe ski who I believe was who was an editor. I want to say on gardens of the galaxy not editor what was he was a producer. He had done some work with Jim's gone related to gardens a galaxy. But this is a new John rea- of superhero, film and the trailer. What does that mean? Well, you'll see Elizabeth, thanks. It opens up a family in looks like Kansas in middle. America Zor superman once they they're desperate for child. And as luck would befall them a crass ship one day falls onto their property, and they find a baby and this baby is quite extraordinary and the trailer. You'll veiling like superman with trailer completely rifts up of man of seals trailer from the visionary director James.

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

Blank Check with Griffin & David

04:24 min | 3 years ago

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

"Literal. Shoutout. 'cause I've seen like highlife I've seen some some movies hersher. Yes. I Mel which we both like a lot that's up there for me. We bias we buy. But it's very good film. I like the Mike Lee movie Peterloo you've seen more stuff than I do like class. Yes. Gloss gloss. So I mean, you know, context listen to our previous twelve episodes about Shamlan, especially listen to our split episode, obviously. Because we're we're sort of getting into the the trick. He's pulled yet here. Do you know what the weird phenomenon I'm noticing? Now. A lot of these like the pre glass pieces where people are trying to talk about like a look back and unbreakable and everyone keeps referring to it as his second film, like what a risky second film that even all these years later, people still think success is the first one, and I feel like the exact same thing is happening with Christine ski now. Okay presents a weirdly similar arc where it's like he made to sorta like human like sort of adult drama movies, and then quiet places. So big that everyone's like, oh his debut film. It's very impressive. And then I think he's just gonna do elevated genre stuff for the rest of his career. I don't think he's gonna make the hollers again hoping. Yeah. That's the thing about cruise Inskeep. It feels to me a slightly craven sometimes as where. He was like, oh, you don't you? Don't want back on the movie how about this kind of movie. Yeah. Not the same thing that happened Shamlan showing never tried to make a hollers. Light awake. That different from the haulers. I suppose that's what I'm saying. But wide awake is is weird personal. I greatly prefer wide awake. I'm just saying Haller was hollers was personal. Shouldn't should I don't ski. I just feel like we he'd been knew a holler. What's it about? I feel like praying with anger and the hollers and wide awake. And a brief interviews with hideous men are in a similar kind of do. And then like Shetland himself cravenly was like fucking frustrated with MIR max can't make it in Hollywood. I'm gonna make something they can't not buy. Yeah. I'm gonna make a thriller with a perfect twist. It was the same thing as quite a place like just make down the middle movie that people cannot argue with coup, and they both became elevated John rea- because the second people like hormone they have to pretend to Schoeman's go around saying he's making an elevated thriller. Whatever it does he know. But I made an elevator thriller. Called. Remember who directed that? He that was part of the night chronicles. Of course, we all remember the night chronicles a long-running indefinite series of films branded by him, not Shamlan, but not made by John Eric Dowdell. Okay. You know, what I want to say about devil? What Logan Marshall green? Isn't it? What a cool fucking handsome after have you seen upgrade, I need to see it. You gotta see up. It's good. Venom. Right. Exactly. Have you seen this movie? Then you run do not walk video on demand service or whatever. Yeah. Barely. This movie will love directed by Lee went L, right? Yeah. Who's James one's partner in the early days with all the hormones and everything you're gonna love this movie so much. I think you might like throw a clot like I'm worried about you. You know, what I mean, I genuinely it's on my list of things I need to see before the blank because I'm like that might might best actor list deafness from the alone. What people told you also ninety minutes. You'll bless threat. That's the key to Sean one is like when he went to strike it was when he was like elevated thriller, and when people are like the happenings bad. He's like, you don't get it. It's like a commentary on that was that was his right. And that felt like George Lucas being like these movies are for kids like shut up which I hate when people put the qualifiers on it. Where it's like, you're watching this wrong. If you think it isn't good, your brain is broke it, right? And meanwhile, like, do you know that lady in the water the village, and maybe I want see the happening as well. All ended up on the cinema top ten list fisa village in the water. I'm one hundred percent we're on there. And and they don't include a lot of American films..

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"john rea" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Unfortunately, all it does is really put them back in the news. And I'm sure somebody. Idiots out. There are working just as hard to get Kylie jenner's record back up there as they are trying to get her to become the first self made billionaire that was all an air quotes, of course. Oh, yeah. So such so self made. Yes. Still some aid well continuing on with the viral world. I love this. Because we've been talking about it for a while YouTube is all full of clips of virtual assistance misunderstanding children's requests. My son is definitely taken to running up to my Alexa, and going Alexa, light on light off. But he's still quite quite get it. Right. So does very amusing. And if you haven't seen it one that's particularly going crazy vowel right now small girl in a code standing on the floor facing an Amazon Alexa on her. Counter says Alexa, play baby chair, meaning baby shark it fails. But she keeps trying with increasing urgency. Pay be shirt. Boop that and his funny. It got so popular that of course, she was invited on the stage show, repeat it, and this article is about the unique pleasures of watching Alexa denied children what they want. I have to admit that there's something there. And as the author points out, the author says I have to admit that there's something disturbing about the Alexa fail. John rea- within a few years these children. These charming snippets will have learned how to interact seamlessly with their digital assistants in their home. They'll remember to firmly state Alexa at the beginning of each command. They'll intuitively string together. Search terms in slightly over enunciate each word in the stilted style of the devices require and it'll be weird because they'll be fully trained to live with surveillance device that by then may be present in every room in the house. We did say that these devices are training us. So they are this is proof. They are definitely training us. And so uh speaking of Amazon though, I got a box of this week. And for the first time I thought man somebody over at Amazon's pretty damn smart. There was advertising on the box getting those for a while. Yeah. Did you this Chevy Silverado box? No. It was something else. I can't remember what it was. But I remember looking at out and going. Yeah. I was just a matter of time wasn't it. Well, I mean, it's usually just Amazon stuff that they're. Pimping on the box. This is the first time. It's a third party. I believe I think this is the first time they've done it. And it was it was interesting. I'm like it's about time. You know, they've gotten all this real estate that everybody sees that sits out in front of people's houses and people use it to reshape their stuff because nobody needs to buy a cardboard box anymore. And so they did seven million or seven point one million boxes of these. Which is it's a decent ad by. I think knew so Chevrolet has gone like to the mattresses on this new Silverado campaign because I got my bone apetit magazine yesterday, and it the whole front was a sticker which had a Chevy Silverado on it. I don't know what the crossover is for people who read bona, petite magazine and a pickup truck, but I guess they're just banking on that somebody somewhere might by truck. In the news. Oh, this was a big one this week bird. Cynicism. Desist letter to Corey Dr. Oh, over a copyright infringement for the DMCA section twelve o one. Yes. And quite a few people said us this on social media as well. So thank you. Yeah. If you know anything about Corey doctor. Oh, you know, he is a man that you do not mess with when it comes to copyright worryied here. So he got he got it and called up his buddies at the EFF who was basically Boeing boings council. You know? And they're like, okay. Yeah. Yeah. That's dumb. We're going to reply to that. And they published everything on Boeing Boeing, the the entire takedown notice because it was about linking to an article on a on a message board, which we all know is dumb, and we've been through this time and time again, and apparently the number of these takedown notices hasn't been increasing not decreasing. So there's a lot of really stupid lawyers that are coming into the into the scene nowadays. Of course bird has apologized..

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"john rea" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

Legacy-Dads Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Legacy-Dads Podcast

"So some biblical scholars correct me on a side for this. But Paul Paul's essentially saying in second Thesselonians, he's using the exact same word that was used in Matthew, especially this the word lawlessness, meaning lawlessness. And so essentially what Jesus was saying in in Matthew saying that the love of many will go kkob. But those who endured the end basically, those who don't turn away from truth will be saved. So I think in in this insincerity, Paul Jesus are basically saying the exact same thing when it comes to false teaching false prophets. But to echo what you're saying. Dante I would say there is a lot in and this is I been guilty. This. I've read some of these books there a lot of Christian authors who write feel good, you know, cotton candy bubblegum. Books that are in the Christian John rea-, but they are far from biblical truth. And you know, I just think it's one I think it is. If you want to read that stuff, that's fine. Just understand what it is. And don't try to attribute biblical truth to it. And I think that's where you can run into issues when you read something that's not you know, it's over this is a Christian book in its Christian author. It must be biblical, and that's absolutely wrong. So you totally made me think about a deep conversation that we had one time. You know, there's a couple like daily feel good, you know, books out there and one of them is Jesus's calling. Yeah. I was thinking the same book long. I mean, you know to sit there, and if you if you look at the person, you do a little research based on their of the allergy I mean, just from the get-go where they're coming from. It's just bad the allergy and to sit there and try to package. In and put out nuggets that you know, we think is from God. Whoa. To that writer, and then, you know, maybe what you're talking about this, maybe think about a really in depth conversation that we had same topic. But the movie the shack, and how many Christian brothers and sisters that I've I've literally sat there and would have the data to compare God to a older woman that is portrayed in his Hollywood made movie, and there are some actors in this movie that I personally really like. But when they when they try to portray the gospel or the bible in the sense of representing these characters in in a herreni's or any act that happened in that process. You know? Whoa. Whoa. To us listener. Whoa. To us. You're that promotes bad. The allergy in Harris, e within the church because you can sit there and say, well, you know, that's kind of like what the Holy Spirit is. And you know, I would say be really really careful when you were trying to repackage, you know, what the gospel is. As you know, as far as to God's truth to what man is sitting there trying to represent, and if you think that I'm off base here. You know, do some just general study as far as what the writer of the shack really believes in as he got more popular. And he and he's got more a fluent, obviously, the more fluid that we get in the more wealth that we have we can get more of a liberal opinion. And if you really go deep into the study in that, he's got some bad the algae. And I mean, not not like bad theology in the sense of it may just make you step away from the judge. I'm talking like that the algae that if somebody's hearing that for the first time when they go to, you know, having they try to meet the savior that they're not going to be in heaven. And and that's the severity that I'm talking here. And so if you're not preaching Christ crucified other many antichrist's have come on that have been buried. There are many antique rice that are still coming to this earth. That are going to try to deceive us take away. Take us away. Away from Christ Jesus, and you'll know them when they deny that Jesus Christ is Lord and savior, and they may not already tell you. I deny his cell his Auburn ta deny that he is God. But in so many roundabout ways in whether they want to repackage it and prosperity..

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"john rea" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Unspooled

"If you don't know what home affiliate is is a queer comedy party. Where host Dave Holmes met Makoni grill. LGBTQ celebrities on what they're loving and who they're loving. They have these hilarious in-depth conversations about everything from their pop culture. Obsessions. Too deep talks about their personal experiences. They've had people like Jesse Tyler Ferguson on telling him about the time that he tried to shoplift gay, porn Chroma Brown from queer eye talked about marriage and. Then how he actually proposed to his boyfriend weeks later, even Dan savage white used to love reading back. They'll every I mean, he's great he's. Yeah. That's right on the planet. He gives some sex and love advice and breaks down being monogamous. It's great fun show. From a really unique perspective so checkout home affiliate now on apple podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Now back to the show. This movie is ranked number sixty eight on the new list, but it was ninety eight on the original. Af Islas kind of doing the same thing that we saw with the searchers something that in the originalist. It's moved up a lot. I believe that sixty eight is about right. I think this movie does feel important to me. Do you disagree? Yeah. I mean, I think and then I am running into that same issue of we're putting in some versions of the John rea- and not the John rea- because one thing I didn't notice an actually flubbed on this. Amir talking about the searchers is I just assumed that stage coach was on our af I list because it was on the original list. And because it's freaking stagecoach stagecoach is not on the list anymore. So I thought we were going to watch like a real classic purist. Not not Hugh AC not communist any subtext, western. And we aren't like we basically have a list that's mostly Saverne. Zhen's? And I think this film is oh, I think just from was fine. Like everybody, really really loves this movie. I'm not going to say that belongs on the hundred best films of all time. I could live at it. So so far, you would put stage coach over every film that we watched high noon, the searchers and unforgiving every western. I should say a not as familiar with the genre of westerns that. I can definitively say, you know, what western belongs. But I will say this movie has some amazing performances. And I think it does a really great job of being incredibly entertaining. Making a statement about something that is universal, you know, which is violence, and I think it was done in a time where to certain extent where commenting on the LA riots. I think were commenting on violence in cinema, and it does. So an a graceful way that doesn't feel over the top and you can walk away. Like you. You did going like I kinda rooting for Gene Hackman, you know, and I can come wind going. I'm rooting for clinics. You know, someone else and come away and go like, yeah. France Fisher was right..

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"john rea" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"They were surprised at how much there was a audience in the wrestling community of TMZ viewers. I think you know, when I first started there, it was like, well, we'll cover when someone passes away or when someone gets arrested, and I think I really pushed hard to like try and do more well rounded wrestling coverage. When I was there, I can only do a story here and there because I couldn't only do wrestling coverage. But but yeah, I think that. Yeah. Yeah. I think that you know, I tried. Well, get exposure. Let's look just wearing the the wrestling t shirts. And I don't have any got from pro wrestling tease, go. That's where I get mine, and they great job there. Rhyme Barker has got a great job. They were when I first started was kind of starting that of wearing the t shirts on TMZ all the time. It was one hundred percent. Because a pro wrestling tease, you know, before it was only WWE shopping when he's opened. I was familiar with him. Right. When they opened man. This is a great idea. These are so many people who shirts I want. I want their shirts these wrestlers shirts I want, and I went crazy buying those shirts in the beginning a hundred and I hundred percent was because of pro wrestling TS in the beginning. And it's funny that you even you still kind of like, you know, thinking that way because like wearing shorts on TMZ and wrestling the wrestling community getting noticing it, and then, you know, wrestlers paying attention to it and being happy that I was supporting them on on broadcast network television. I really is the reason I was able to start my own website to be honest with you like. Because of doing that because the TMZ given me that platform, and I before I used to hide it. I was wrestling fan. Like, I didn't go telling everyone I was wrestling fan. I, you know, it was kind of like, my my my guilty pleasure. You know in in my home. I'd read wrestling websites and read all the results and rumors and all that kind of stuff, but I didn't really talk about it. Because it's not, you know, like, besides the attitude era started once was over it stopped being like, the cool thing to talk about this kind of stop talking about it, you know, the people and then when I started at TMZ, I think I I wore like one or two wrestling shirts. And I remember that was when Twitter was still a new kind of a new thing. And I remember going on Twitter and everybody like, hey you wear wrestling shirt. That's awesome. That we love resins so cool seen someone on TV where wrestling shirts, and I was like men there's a lot of wrestling fans out there. Like, maybe I shouldn't be as hidden about. This is I thought it should. And it's largely why? And where I'm at today. I think a lot of just get tired of being quote, unquote, fat shamed. For being arresting fan. I've incurred it for over fifty years. You know, ever since I was a little kid. And I and I declared my love of John rea-, I've I've caught crap for it. And and largely a lot of for my my family, and my my biggest influence my father. So but I've battled that all along and anybody's arresting fan. This listen to this can certainly didn't fi there's been a family member close friend, somebody acquaintance that knows your fan and gives you hell for it. So, but that's that to me is so such a waste of time. And the person giving you the hail is probably one of the more insecure people, you know, so what does what is their opinion count? Anyway, quite frankly, it's one of those things that it feels like to me it's something that like was ingrained in them from from from a young age from their parents, Saint don't watch that it's fake or something like that. And they just kinda start to repeat it, and they don't even really give it a chance because most people when they say that. Oh, it's fake. And you you have like a normal response to them. They don't know what to say next. So yeah. Actually, John Wayne wasn't a cowboy either roasting. Everyone was westerns about twenty times each. So what's that main big pitcher and then they'd have a blank stare back and telling them oh. The big day in Jacksonville on Tuesday..

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"john rea" Discussed on Las Culturistas

Las Culturistas

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Las Culturistas

"And not only just like his scripture so clear his his worlds, it's so cohesive amongst all the actors, even when it gets like mealy like you were saying like it still feels right? And he gives his actress really fun stuff to do. I can't wait for you to see this movie to see this one scene between Amy Adams and Christian bale, which is like this so many moments in the script that just like are like, wow, you don't see movies have fun with themselves like this. And there's this one scene where it's it's very very cool and gives actors of really cool opportunity, and it's like a it's like a it's like knowing subversion. But it's so funny that and it's so truthful in real, and I mean, there's also some. Really real moments that have to do with Mary Cheney who's played by Alison pill in the film about how her family really like ultimately really left her out to dry in a crazy way. Like, it's it's it's a good movie. And I it's coming kind of late, but it's still getting the awards attention deserve. And I think that I think it actually make a splash at the Oscars specially screenplay. I'm always so excited to see anything. Amy Adams says she's in this category at actresses where they can do any John rea-? And I am. Fest with that in. It's what I love about. I'm Lee blunt rose. Byrne is very much not place. Shirley's trolleys amazing. Charlie's kills me in everything. And always like knows what movie she's in like never seems floundering at all. Yes. Even Melissa McCarthy. Yes. She's crossed whatever genre. If you think about the range that it would take to do something like Antra Sandra fucking killing eat like community. Comedic it's drama and low John RA and is able to seamlessly use all of her talents to bring it all to life..

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"john rea" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

Behind the Bastards

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"john rea" Discussed on Behind the Bastards

"And also a guy who has some serious issues with women which are very much on display feel like her as John rea- has for a long time had some issues with women. Yeah. Yeah. And it's wonder how much of that is Hitchcock's DNA in the John. He definitely is kind of the pioneer. Yeah. Of that. Because psycho is a lot of people would agree is the first lecture movie. Yeah. Yeah. Inspired so much. It was the first time to that that horror was. Was was like a masterpiece. It wasn't just schlocky. It wasn't a guy in a rubber suit banging around. I mean at the time horror was kind of goofy and cheesy like Vincent Price. Yeah. You know, like, darkness everywhere. I can't do a skeleton. Yeah. It was a horny made it kind of artistic, and so I wonder how much of his issues with women in his because like we talked about the shining later, and I have to think Kubrick's got to be a guy was influenced by Hitchcock's in amd buck on of it perhaps even down to the way he treats his actress to get a response. Well, this would not have been a hidden story at the time. Well, Hitchcock got a great performance outta Hedren and the birds and he did it by fucking with her. Maybe that's what I gotta do with Shelley divall. Right, right. I gotta push pusher. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I can see them justifying it in that sense. Yeah. I it doesn't make it. Okay. And it's another example of sort of how this kind of thing it's passed down because we see Hedren sort of maybe passing down with her family getting them into this production. That's. Really a little too much. But we also see like Hitchcock passing down this sort of idea that like sometimes you have to push your actresses. So like, what did he say? Like, you have to torture, the torture the woman. Yeah. The trouble today's we don't torture women enough. Yeah. That was the very odd quote because I've I mean, I've never heard it put that way. Yeah. And it makes no sense. Yeah. It does unless you start thinking about like, okay. Well, you've got the Tippi Hedren the birds you get really divall in the shining. Sometimes that's what directors do it comes from a place, though, of I think fear of women, you know, and their strength. Yeah. Where it's like, you're sort of insecure about yourself and insecure about the quality. I think of the actresses that you're getting to that you have he's not doing that. Like Hitchcock's not doing that to carry grant. No, I was just about to say you would never do that to carry. He would just storm off the set x regret dot take that nobody's throwing birds at Cary Grant for five days. No, no Cary Grant interesting because he loved Hitchcock. Yeah. You know, and he was also so difficult to get on board for some movies, Billy wilder famously tried to work with them many times. But for some reason like Carrie was like now, but with Hitchcock, he's like, yes, I'll do it in a lot of people like even a lot of the women who worked with Hitchcock. Really, you know, you made great movies with them even Hedren has this kind of complexity where she's like this guy is someone I really don't like really fucking do that. Also, like, you know, you can't deny what he made yet tough. I can't remember there's another story where where he got some actress I forget who an apartment. Yeah. And then it was like within viewing of his apartment. So that he could watch her. That's did you come across that. Oh, I didn't. But that sounds just like Hitchcock. I think it was right? It almost being part of what was the movie where Jimmy Stewart's, right? Yeah. Your window rearing window. Yeah. That's kind of where that game from. Yeah. So again, this is a guy who everything he doesn't a movie is basically something he doesn't realize. I know he lives his life the way he directs his films. He directs fucked up Phelps. He's he's like a performance artist. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that's where we're going to land for the day. I'll bet you gotta any plug Ables to plug before rolling out of here last episode..

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