15 Burst results for "Judith Crist"

"judith crist" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"judith crist" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Thirty, five of the love podcast Marcy are in Melbourne and I have two wonderful people on the other end of Scott Connection this episode has been nine years in the making I had to get my agent to talk to their agents, and there was a whole lot of back and forth belly, who before credit quality services, and it's finally happened I have gotten to wonderfully published authors to come on and join, and I can't even begin to tell you the phase. I had to pay to get them on. Because normally they can't stand being in each other's presence by. We made this happen so first of all in Channel One returning to the show for. Nine thousand, nine hundred appearance, or maybe it's just A. And he gets the factory out of Arkansas, and freshly moved into a new palatial establishment MS headed drain. The author of the Bizarre Encyclopedia Film Welcome to love it. I'LL MEMPHIS at one hundred thirty five heather. Thank you so much for having. This is an honor and a pleasure. Pleasure and on the other channel for his first appearance on that album, although he has been on, see here, the other podcast set on to be doing stuff on. He is the author of two books maybe more, but the two that we'd know in love him for heavy metal movies and Teen Movie Hell and he runs three podcasts which I'll let you. Know about the man who was successful in bringing a captain. Antonio Sung as done by Mae West back into my ear holes. And for that. I'm not sure whether thank you motor curse. Caused I really love. Stout. While this thinking of yet? I let love keep us to give. Mr Mark mcbain McFadden. Welcome to love it album. Thank you so much I'm merely a conduit to the universe was deeming it necessary Mars for you to have Timothy Dalton and Mae West serenading each other inside your brain forever. Our welcome to love the album. Sometime. Tell us about your podcast. And how six came into my ear holes this week, said prisons I am part of three podcasts. Gee said and they all kind of hit very suddenly showed the first one is called crackpots cinema I do that with my friend. Aaron Lee who is a big shot television executive and comedy writer, former Executive Producer of family guy and a early ninety stor, which is how I knew him, from Kentucky and we became very good friends via the zine world in the nineties I got hired it Hustler magazine, and ninety ninety three, and then I was able to get him hired, and he stayed on I moved back to New York so I could pick up my drug addiction and alcoholism lifted before I moved out to La and Aaron is a solid citizen. Citizen and he did what he didn't he and I in nineteen. ninety-four hatched the plan for team movie. Hell, we said. Let's do a complete encyclopedia. Teen sex comedies from the seventies eighties, and at the tail of the PUP, a hot dog stands shaped like a hot dog that is famous from the beginning of eating role and you know we kind of shook on it, and then I worked on the book for twenty five years, and Aaron became the Executive Producer Family Guy, but I have the book and you know he and I are obsessed with the same type of movies were about the same age grew up at very similar obsessions with the adult. Adult world seen through the eyes of a kid in the seventies, which was a time to be a kid like no other. It's about all that, but we do. Have we do earlier films than that, and it's just sort of movies that fell between the cracks that we're interested in so that's one on a similar note. My friend been riser in Iowa I went to college with have started seventy movies. We saw in the seventies, which is a very focused podcast as you can tell from the title. And he and I grew up in Brooklyn New York in the seventies right around the corner of the didn't know each other until we went to college. College and that podcast is about the movies that we actually saw as children, either in theaters or on television, or wherever, and we started with conquest of the planet, the inspiration was a photograph that Ben Found with his grandmother in Times Square in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two, and they are outside of the embassy theaters, showing conquest to the plan of the Apes, big fancy times, Grand Marquee with the Judith Crist, whole quote hanging a banner, and if you know anything about conquest of the place, it's a it's. It's the heaviest vape domes, the first film I ever sort of driving. Wow, wow, wow, the poll. Quote on the banner was a fine fun time. which you know, I mean it's awesome. It's cool. It's scary. It's thrilling finding fun. You know I don't know, but you know that was the great, youth. Chris, and then the third one is a true honor I am. Intercontinental now doing a podcast with the great cat etlinger of Diablo Leka's, she says magazine over in old blighty in England and That's called busted guts, and that is our examination of the comedy film Genre, and really the motivation for that was I can't stand horror movies anymore. I'm much more interested in any genre besides horror movies and I'm certainly not interested in talking about the same five movies that everyone else is talking about so those are my podcast. We'll be putting links to those up. When I put the show f but that is diverse. Pretty much covering the whole history of cinema. The last would have a forty years or something like that. Yeah. I would say fifty years probably started late sixties. Still Yeah, my Lord and Heather Drain. You're still keeping busy podcast wiser. You just put at one with Mark Watt. molest wait my and I. An amazing writer named Jess. We got to talk about our balls. Film essentially feature film debut of even aware day and for this. Yes yes, which is a favorite, maybe buying for several years now, and it was a lot of fun as much fun as talking about people who. If, you see that you're like fine, but yes, it gets great in visit who don't know Arab. All actually was part of the panic movement in France that also included on to- par who's probably best noted a lot of people for being the screenwriter for plan skis, the tenant but he's done a lot more step in that news. He's a great artist and illustrator, but also one of my absolute art. God's Alejandro Aroused Ski, so if you're if you're fan, Hausky him in Arbil on two different artists, but if you love one, you'll probably love the other, so I would recommend and. Another ten films in the next couple of months with. Do, you have a recording act coming up in July right now I've been. Moving I just finished three D- amazing deadlines things. I cannot talk. News out of. But I promise they're all very exciting very diverse, so yeah I've been I've been focused on that once. The great move is over with I'm definitely looking forward to diving in getting more article worked out. Of course, I have an ongoing series at diabolic or Diablo leak about the tubes I was Kinda lost wins the next chapter. To remote control. Oh, I know I know which is one of my favorite tubes albums spoiler ever all of them spit called already neuron chair. There's also like I have an article. That I hadn't gone on forever. They needed finish about ruth white who was electric music pioneer? She actually did a whole album based on different aspects of the Tarot as well as wine inspired by the poetry bottle layer, which probably one of the most serious medical goths or Cdo God's. As. I should be smoking close right now. It's that serious. Her recently really got interested in another musical electronic music pioneer in Carlos. Perron and Carlos was actually one of the founding members.

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"judith crist" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:00 min | 3 months ago

"judith crist" Discussed on Pantheon

"Thirty, five of the love podcast. Marcy are in Melbourne and I have two wonderful people on the other end of Scott Connection. This episode has been nine years in the making I had to get my agent to talk to their agents, and there was a whole lot of back and forth belly, who before I, quality services, and it's finally happened, I, have gotten to wonderfully published authors to come on and join and I can't even begin to tell you. The Phase I had to pay to get them on. Because normally they can't stand being in each other's presence by. We made this happen so first of all in Channel One returning to the show for. Nine thousand nine hundred appearance, or maybe it's just A. And he gets the factory out of Arkansas and freshly moved into a new palatial establishment MS headed drain the author of the Bizarre Encyclopedia Film Welcome to love it I'll memphis at one hundred thirty five heather. Thank you so much for having? This is an honor and a pleasure. Pleasure and on the other channel for his first appearance on that album, although he has been on, see here, the other podcast set on to be doing stuff on. He is the author of two books maybe more, but the two that we'd know in love him for heavy metal, movies and teen movie, hell, and he runs three podcasts which I'll let you. Know about the man who was successful in bringing a Captain Antonio Sung as done by Mae West back into my ear holes. And for that, I'm not sure whether thank you motor curse. Caused I really love. Stout. While this thinking of yet. I let love. Keep us to give. Mr Mark. mcbain McFadden welcome to love it album. Thank you so much I'm merely a conduit to the universe was deeming it necessary Mars for you to have Timothy Dalton and Mae West serenading each other inside your brain forever. Our welcome to love the album. Sometime! Tell us about your podcast. And how six came into my ear holes this week, said prisons I am part of three podcasts. Gee said and they all kind of hit very suddenly showed the first one is called crackpots cinema I do that with my friend Aaron. Lee Who is a big shot, television, executive and comedy writer, former Executive Producer of family guy, and a early ninety stor, which is how I knew him from Kentucky, and we became very good friends via the zine world in the nineties I got hired it Hustler magazine and ninety ninety three, and then I was able to get him hired, and he stayed on I moved back to New York, so I could pick up my drug. Addiction and alcoholism lifted before I moved out to La and Aaron is a solid citizen. Citizen and he did what he didn't he and I in nineteen, ninety-four hatched the plan for team movie. Hell, we said. Let's do a complete encyclopedia. Teen sex comedies from the seventies eighties, and at the tail of the PUP, a hot dog stands shaped like a hot dog that is famous from the beginning of eating role and you know we kind of shook on it. And then I worked on the book for twenty five years, and Aaron became the Executive Producer Family Guy, but I have the book and you know he and I are obsessed with the same type of movies were about the same age grew up at the very similar obsessions with the. The adult world seen through the eyes of a kid in the seventies, which was a time to be a kid like no other. It's about all that, but we do. Have we do earlier films than that, and it's just sort of movies that fell between the cracks that we're interested in so that's one on a similar note. My friend been riser in Iowa. I went to college with have started seventy movies. We saw in the seventies, which is a very focused podcast as you can tell from the title, and he and I grew up in Brooklyn New York in the seventies right around the corner of the didn't know each other until we went to college. College and that podcast is about the movies that we actually saw as children, either in theaters or on television, or wherever, and we started with conquest of the planet, the inspiration was a photograph that Ben Found with his grandmother in Times Square in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two, and they are outside of the embassy theaters, showing conquest to the plan of the Apes, big fancy times grand marquee with the Judith crist whole quote hanging a banner, and if you know anything about conquest of the place, it's a it's. It's the heaviest vape films. The first film I ever sort of driving. Wow, wow, wow, the poll. Quote on the banner was a fine fun time. which you know, I mean it's awesome. It's cool. It's scary. It's thrilling finding fun. You know I don't know, but you know. That was the Great Youth Chris and then the third one is a true honor I am. Intercontinental now a podcast with the great cat etlinger of Diablo, Leka's. She says magazine over in old blighty in England and That's called busted guts, and that is our examination of the comedy film Genre, and really the motivation for that was I can't stand horror movies anymore. I'm much more interested in any genre besides horror movies and I'm certainly not interested in talking about the same five movies that everyone else is talking about so those are my podcasts. We'll be putting links to those up when I put the show F, but that is diverse. I. Think you're much covering the whole history of cinema. The last would have a forty. Forty years or something like that. Yeah, I would say fifty years probably started late sixties. Still Yeah, my Lord and Heather. Drain. You're still keeping busy podcast wiser. You just put at one with mark. Watt molest wait my and I an amazing writer named Jess. We got to talk about our balls. Film essentially feature film debut of even aware day and for this. Yes. Yes, which is a favorite, maybe buying for several years now, and it was a lot of fun as much fun as talking about people who. If you see that you're like fine, but yes, it gets great in visit who don't know Arab. All actually was part of the panic movement in France that also included on to- par, who's probably best noted a lot of people for being the screenwriter for plan skis, the tenant but he's done a lot more step in that and he's a great artist and illustrator. What am my absolute art? God's Alejandro aroused ski so if you're if you're Fan Hausky him in Arbil on two different artists, but if you love one, you'll probably love the other, so I would recommend and. Another ten films in the next couple of months with. Do you have a recording act coming up in July right now I've been. Moving I just finished three. d- amazing deadlines things I cannot talk. News out of. But I promise they're all very exciting very diverse. Yeah, I've been I've been focused on that once. The great move is over with I'm definitely looking forward to diving in getting more article worked out. Of course. I have an ongoing series at diabolic or Diablo leak about the tubes I was Kinda. Lost Wins the next chapter. To remote control. Oh, I, know I know which is one of my favorite tubes albums spoiler ever all of them spit called already neuron chair. There's also like I have an article. That I hadn't gone on forever. They needed finish about Ruth White, who wasn't electric music pioneer? She actually did a whole album based on different aspects of the Tarot as well as wine inspired by the poetry bottle layer, which makes me probably one of the most serious medical goths or Cdo God's. As. I should be smoking close right now. It's that serious. Her recently really got interested in another musical music. Primarily in Carlos Perron and Carlos was actually one of the founding members of yellow,.

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"judith crist" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

12:05 min | 8 months ago

"judith crist" Discussed on Unspooled

"Just love how much he loves today because I can see another filmmaker have seen as like shading woman got what she deserved in. That's not here. I'm glad it's not knowing. This movie is very surprisingly and say this all time surprisingly Smart and making these choices that are not leasing incredibly thought out and complicated. And there's something about it that when I look at it. If I'm just comparing pairing bonding Clyde in this and obviously bunning Clyde have a very strong sense of Americana to it. They're these larger than life personalities. There's I think a real deftness the filmmaking here that it's kind of hidden but it's all there like on the outside you just see like this is kind of this big movie of is is it different than guns of never own or or magnificent seven like you know I think it all gets lumped together but this movie is doing something more complex even though it was shot using these telephoto lenses that allowed objects and people you know in the background and foreground to be compressed. You know it's like he's doing these things with the film looks dirty but yet he's doing these amazing things with the camera. You know The soundtrack is also amazing. The senator it doesn't sound like a soundtrack to an action. It does sound more like a soundtrack to a love story. You you know if you take it out. There's something about this movie that I can't escape takes out. It's just the sound of the train tracks. He knows when to hold back he knows when a let it flow. Yeah I think we know there's bad reviews of this when we know there's a lot of people that are against us. Maybe this was a movie that goes on to redefine how we rate movies and the violence that we we see in it but is there any particular battery view or do you think we've covered that there's a couple. I with REX Reed. So here's what Rex Reed said. Read about the wild shoplifter. He's a shoplifter. Wasn't arrested for shoplifting. At one point well let me see. He's a jerk so we can just say that aside probation for two thousand arrested for shoplifting. Yep Wow do they sell free. Rex Richards like they have saw. They stole milk toward me from a well. The action of this guy to the wild bunch sounds like a guy who would steal Mel torme records from our records in the year. Two thousand two thousand in the year. Two thousand okay. So this is what Rex Reed said about the wild bunch Lynch. He called it a phoney pretentious piece of throat slashing slobber which goes around announcing good anti-violent attentions while exploiting and glorifying violence to the Happy Jingle of boxoffice coins peckinpah philosophy of life appears to be at the world is totally corrupt that there is no decency and morality left in society and therefore the best thing to do is to blow everyone's head off and have a great time doing it and then he called Peckinpah a man to be pitied. Not Admired and to add another Kabir Judith. Crist of New York magazine called it quote undoubtedly doubtedly the worst movie of nineteen sixty nine. If you WANNA see the wild bunch be sure and take along a BARF bag but again we're talking about these reactions to movies that are redefining. What cinema cinema showing? If you thought that bunning Clyde was a lot get ready cause here it is even more and I think it shows the weakness of the NBA because they had a lot of cuts and basically basically warner brothers. Ignore done I mean that's that's amazing How many people you think were killed this movie? I have no idea why does he. I guess A hundred and fifty one forty five win a pretty good twenty two in the opening shootout and a hundred and twelve in the in the final title. Jesus I mean including women in the first scenes you know another thing that comes out of Vietnam. I mean when this movie is being made oh it feels women and children get murdered in Vietnam. It does feel like a comment on what's going on which is another whole other level. Yeah the whole production. Cycle of this movie is bracketed by the death of Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy entity a so. I guess you know for all these reasons that we're talking about amy. I I feel like at this point. I can't kick this off the list. It's essentially hovering number seventy nine on the list We've talked about a lot of warm. You've talked about a lot of western movies but this is a movie that openness up to a tremendous conversation about what it does what it's trying to do. I think it accomplishes And I think it is important. I think this conversation has helped me wrestle with that a little bit more. At this point I am fine with keeping this on the list. I mean definitely over the searchers and we've talked about like a different movie I I you know I definitely only feel like this is something I really really like More on the fence because I think this is incredibly notably important incredibly influential and yet I feel like I wanNA reward the films that it inspired. That took this idea. But but then the patient zero. I know and that's what I was doing with two. It's like well what's more important than chicken or the egg and and I don't know I don't know but it's like you know how do you I'm on the fan. I'm I'm equally on the fence. The fact that it's number eighty I feel like it's a conversation that I'd like to revisit and I think the only way that I've come to rest with these movies is what sticks with me as we go further and further away and and where I've switch may opinion is high. Noon is a movie that when watch the bath high noon. Fine it was fine and uh-huh I think I really appreciate that and then look at these two together and go well. What's the more important film and like well? High Noon is interesting because it's delivered. The delivery system of high noon is giving you what you expect but in a different way this is saying. Fuck what you expect. We're going to show you the real. I don't know I and yet of of that one plus less Bonnie and Clyde. I still really love Bonnie Clyde and maybe I don't think it's that unfair of an of a comparison because Bonnie and Clyde is not set that much longer binding is only set twenty years after after this in so it still feels like part of that dying of one way of the West now. Everybody has the car. The car isn't just the brand shiny thing and you're like I hear airplanes boys I mean and they are cowboys running around like outlaws and then that goes into natural born killers and that goes. There's there's such a that goes into Queen and slim which I love that I feel like even peckinpah himself is torn on the legacy of this. I'm not sure peckinpah would say it should go on the list. I mean here's Peckinpah felt about this idea of what he wanted advanced to accomplish in the film and then what he felt like happened. Surely the effect your film can have on on the cinema. Audiences can be dangerous surely because there was wasn't there not a case in the Nigerian civil war when some of the soldiers watch the wild bunch and was so excited by they started shooting and going out and saying they wanted to die. Like William Holden in fact creating mayhem does that worry you ask very much and I have to preface this with the fact that this was a French correspondent. Speaking honestly on what he'd seen. I made the wild bunch because I still believed in the Greek theory of Catharsis Parsis that by seeing this we would be purged by pity and fear and get this out of our system. I was wrong if you've noticed. Most of my films are now increasing level of violence bit by bit. Must Take it away because it doesn't have good. I was wrong. They did that. They were reluctant so yes they really did. And they were attacking for me for all the wrong reasons and I stand corrected and I am sick in my heart because of that. One instance like that happened It makes it destroys what I was trying to Catharsis only works in certain as the lips once said it depends upon the viewer and his situation and the artist and it was a total failure. I will not make again. Wow right I mean because because that's yeah here we are talking about what it takes to make a movie and put it together and then the one last thing. The director can't control despite the fighting despite this shooting schedules despite who gets to say yes by who gets an ankle broken on the movie. You can't control how the audience reacts and then what Life Your film has after I mean we talk about that. We talked about that with Spike Lee. In the fact of do the right thing in you know what does it inspire inspire his point. Yes I could get his plan. I wish I could see this movie through the eyes of somebody rotten nineteen eighteen sixty nine and get his point and we could have all absorbed it then. I know it's tricky and with that will ask the question that really deserves to be answered. Is There Simpson's no but oh but this is an interesting loophole. Where we're taking the loophole on this on this installment of is there Simpson's so there's a I never mentioned in the course of his their Simpson's and that is a guy named Jim reardon? He directed over thirty episodes of the simpsons. He worked on the cartoon for fourteen years. He's one of the major voices isn't shaping it from the beginning and Jim Reardon Was brought into the simpsons universe in part because he was a cal art art student who got a lot of attention with the short film. I'm he made based on Peckinpah called. Bring me the head of Charlie Brown. Wow.

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"judith crist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Flood advisories and warnings along the coast through late tonight could see a two to three feet of water during tonight's high tide swoops usually between route six and ten depending on where you are and summaries of course I've already seen some flooding overnight mostly cloudy the winds to die down lows near fifty better tomorrow partly sunny and milder with a high near seventy lows in the highs I should say right now in the low sixties across much of the area Scarsdale sixty one new Hyde Park sixty three sixty three degrees officially in Central Park at five thirty nine on the afternoon roundup New Jersey health officials are investigating almost fifty unconfirmed cases of vaping related long illnesses Peter Haskell has the latest the fact is we still don't know what's causing these illnesses see health commissioner Judith Crist cal he's heard the cigarette makers say it's not us it's the other guy you know they may be right it may be the black market but at the end of the day any whether it's a market or not can cause injury to yelling things elements that don't belong there is tops Pullman knowledges Nader Maxie has seen long X. rays have patience with the ping related illnesses there is a a a pattern of information more than infection as we would call it both say research on the subject is desperately needed Peter Haskell WCBS newsradio eight eighty are you ready for some presidential debates the commission on presidential debates of schedule three presidential debates and one vice presidential debate for next fall the presidential debates will be September twenty ninth at Notre Dame university in Indiana October fifteenth at the university of Michigan and October twenty second at Belmont university in Nashville the vice presidential debate will be October seventh at the university of Utah in Salt Lake City to qualify for the debates candidates must appear on enough state ballots to have a mathematical chance of winning a majority in the electoral college they must also have at least fifteen percent support nationally in five national polls chosen in advance by the commission twelve more months of debates to go they are ready only twelve months five forty wanted WCBS your name is you must travel so.

"judith crist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Can you would use to wheel of your garbage to the front of the house trashing the notice other debris in the area then the police officer noticed what he believed to be a hand sticking out of that large container according to the cook county medical examiner Judith Crist I any X. suffered multiple stab wounds with a sword in a Sunday attack the sun is being held without bond Mikhail W. L. essay on the ninety news the F. B. I.'s released a statement saying its agents got the right man more than eighty five years ago when they fatally shot notorious gangster John Dillinger outside Chicago theatre the FBI Chicago office took the usual unusual step of issuing a statement in response to affidavits from some relatives of Dillinger say they want his body exhumed because there is evidence that federal agents shop the wrong man in nineteen thirty four and you know why this is are coming to the fore now history channel special yeah just about to say there's a movie yeah gonna be some sort of TV show about this so the whole process a big amount but he's in Indianapolis is any yeah it's buried in an apples for some reason people throw pennies on his grave what it what is that for as a kind of a bit so they throw pennies on the screen I saw this fanfic John Centel who writes for the Chicago sun times he's going to join us about six twenty on this okay but is most definitely Dillinger you're about to what happened with the Chicago morgue right what happened Jon you some discussed to do not yet on the discussion I go just go back to your news I'll talk about tell me later no okay now it's very interesting you'd find a fast ice skaters read what happened huh do is ask you what happened why you cranky another call Gerry Meyer broke my chair number one and somebody moved my cheese number two okay well I was or years mall today and the coffee's cold okay well while you're mulling that over let's turn our Kelly he's asking a federal judge to reconsider his decision to keep the singer behind bars while he awaits trial in a child **** case in Chicago Chicago sun times reporting that attorney Steve Greenberg told a judge in a court filing that court personnel could monitor Kelly's activity activities apiece placed on home confinement prosecutors have expressed concern for the Kelly might try to contact witnesses if he is freed the real sports the cubs beat the cardinals to zip they play again tonight the Mets beat the socks for zero this afternoon the bell system right now is five oh.

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"judith crist" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on KNSS

"The school withdrew a job offer for an assistant professor of women's studies she said the offer was rescinded after she told center of women's studies director she nearly okay for that she was expecting a baby the Wichita eagle reports Tyler was a visiting professor at Oberlin College in Ohio when she applied for the Wichita state job in two thousand seventeen she says after she told okay for about her pregnancy the department head run Manson notified her that she had been removed from consideration Wichita State University council David Moses has said in administrative agency investigation found the university didn't violate any laws that was K. I. ends Brett is like art reporting a man in Illinois is facing murder charges after police say he killed his mother with a sword forty seven year old David christening actors being held on first degree murder accused of stabbing his mother with the sward Judith Crist to the axe body was found in a trash can Monday by a police officer in social worker who checked in the park ridge home that Judith shared with our son for decades police say the suspect has a history of health issues and erotic behavior Kristin the actors due in court August fourteenth in Chicago Jeff man also fox news early voting locations are open today for the local primary election in Wichita next Tuesday are you a county election commissioner tab with a layman tells K. and S. as news the voting equipment was upgraded in twenty seventeen we had been aware that we were going to need to make an upgrade for several years and so the county had been very wisely setting aside money to do that so that when it was time to do so we had the cash in hand to do it nine candidates are running for two spots in the Wichita mayoral election Lehman says this kind of primary normally sees voter turnout of less than ten percent hundreds of pay showed up at Wichita's boat house yesterday evening to hear plans and share their ideas on the future of the east bank of the R. Kansas river downtown Sharon o'neill shared her thoughts with KSN news more.

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"judith crist" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on KOMO

"Sager make on the at the White House meanwhile president trump son in law Jared Kushner is back in the Middle East trying to drum up support for his fifty billion dollar Palestinian investment plan he unveiled in Bahrain back in June ABC Giordana Miller reports from Jerusalem or Kushner has kept a low profile Jared Kushner sitting down with Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu here in Jerusalem for more than three hours on Wednesday night that after stops in Saudi Arabia and Jordan president trump's top adviser on a Ron Brian hook also attending White House officials said the US peace plan would be discussed but it's likely Iran's recent provocations in the Gulf and violations of the nuclear deal were also on the agenda Giordana Miller ABC news Jerusalem the fire is now but the investigation just beginning an Exxon Mobil petrol chemical plant in Baytown Texas here's ABC Jim Ryan it was the second incident at that same plan since April the fourth on the Texas coast this year and while testing has turned up no hazardous chemicals in the air environmental toxicologist Dr Noreen con Mayberry says they also worry about what's ending up in the water because these chemicals can be very persistent we have to test the water we have to make sure that our secret is safe in April a separate company was hit with criminal charges after of fires and toxic chemicals into nearby waterways generally an ABC news Dallas bail is been denied for an Illinois man accused of stabbing his seventy four year old mother to death with a sword police chief Frank Kaminsky talked about how it Judith Crist ENIAC was killed just died as a result of double stabbing wounds to her chest we believe that the death occurred sometime on.

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"judith crist" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Care dominated the second round of democratic presidential debate former vice president Joe Biden told it the affordable Care Act rather than the Medicare expansion proposed by several progressive candidates obamacare is working way to build this and get to immediately is to build a bomb the care go back and do take take back all the things the trump took away provide a public option really every single person in America would be able to bind of option if they didn't like their employer plan or if they're on Medicaid it automatically in the plan we'll have much more on this story coming up at five thirty one a Chevy equinox crashed to the side about panda express in west lawn early this morning police of the driver of the SUV was on sixty fifth street when he lost control slammed into the brick building leaving a gaping hole in that side the driver ran away after the crash earlier this week we told you about plans to exhume the body of infamous gangster John Dillinger from a cemetery in Indianapolis and now there's word the history channel will be there to film at all when it happens a spokesman who talk to the Tribune confirms the documentary is in the works a premiere date for the TV project has not been set there are new legal developments in the R. Kelly case a judge's bar to tourney's from divulging new evidence saying he doesn't want the Kelly case tried in the media Kelly's lawyers objected to judge Harry Langdon Weber is order during a hearing yesterday complaining it'll keep them from responding to comments by Kelly's accusers but prosecutors say four of five victims who could testify haven't spoken publicly but the vast majority of the evidence prosecutors have against Kelly has never seen the light of day Bob Conway newsradio one oh five point nine FM the park ridge man is charged with fatally stabbing his elderly mother with a sword forty seven year old David Christian the act is being held without bond for the first degree murder of seventy four year old Judith Crist ENIAC police chief Frank Kaminsky says David has a mental illness and admitted he stabbed his mother with a two foot long sword Bloomberg business news decks WGN news time five twenty two when.

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"judith crist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Yeah but it wouldn't the car eventually crashed into a blue line station entrance and the carjacker then fled on foot the driver had gotten out of the car left it running which allow the carjacker to take the vehicle in the first place police are still looking for the offender schedulers WLS AM eight ninety news a suburban Chicago man has been charged with first degree murder in the death of his mom police found the body of seventy four year old Judith Crist ENIAC stuffed in a trash can inside the park ridge home she shared with forty seven year old David stand the AAC he is being held now without bond governor Printz Kerr signed a bill that prohibits employers from asking about salary history in a gale with that story the bill amends the equal pay act of twenty oh three and prohibits an employer from screening job applicants based on their wagers salary history Democrats state rep and a molar of Elgin says this helps level the playing field for women women are less likely to negotiate or ask for higher wages during the hiring process and when they do they are often penalized because of bias and gender stereotypes that results in women making on average six percent less than their male counterparts in their first job that's starting lower wage will follow a woman throughout her career before signing the bill on the near southside Pritzker pointed out that nearby was a U. S. soccer federation headquarters which is been blasted in the media for wage differences between men and women players Mikhail W. L. essay M. eight ninety news governor Pritzker says shame on those who took advantage of the system after a pro publica report found that some well to do families have used a loophole to get their college bound children financial aid and I immediately upon reading it in this report.

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"judith crist" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

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"judith crist" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Haze caused by wildfires in Canada said to have been a possible factor in this month's emergency landing on I eighty eight in Kane county federal transportation safety officials have issued a preliminary report it says that Haiti's forced air traffic controllers to keep this small homemade bill playing on stand by outside of the Aurora airport airspace July eighth while waiting for permission to approach in land the pilot says the engine went dead and the propeller would not restart the plane landed on I eighty eight then there was only one minor injury investigators test to the engine and it worked thirty to forty newsradio one of five point nine FM we now know the name of the woman found dead in her park ridge home yesterday afternoon under what police are calling suspicious circumstances the medical examiner identifies her as seventy four year old Judith Crist ENIAC there's still no word on the cause of death police say there's no danger to the public police have been called to the home on Cortland near Thorndale for a well being check a new report gives a bad review to the historic design element of the Obama presidential center report by city officials for state and federal agencies says building the Obama presidential center in Jackson park will have an adverse affect on the park and nearby areas listed on the national register of historic places the Tribune reports that the release of the assessment of the fax two historic properties report now allows a thirty day public comment period and a meeting is planned for next Monday at the Logan center for the arts it starts at six PM the paper says reaction from the Obama foundation is that the release of the report is a good thing because it means that the federal review process is moving forward could wrap up next spring leading to the start of construction Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM the Aurora city council is okayed spending close to a million dollars to fix up the city's under used parking lot he renovation of the lot on New York Street on the east side of downtown he is part of an effort to make downtown Aurora more attractive to shoppers in diners among the plans moving nearby garbage bins to one spot and possibly shielding them in public art when classes begin this fall students said one suburban high school will be honoring the memory of a classmate who died last weekend described as an outgoing boy who could light up a room seventeen year old Levi Matsuda lost his life in a skateboard accident he was holding onto a moving vehicle but fell to the ground sustaining fatal head injuries classmate Victoria Calaveras tells the daily Herald she started a gofundme page in his memory that is so far raised seven thousand dollars for funeral expenses students will also celebrate select labeled for Levi at football games once school is back in session.

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"judith crist" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"judith crist" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"Real assurance in all of the aesthetic choices, she makes which seems completely at odds, of course, with the very character, she's playing who is the opposite of someone who's assured and who seems to make decisions entirely because, you know she found herself in a situation where that was happening. And for whatever reason coming from her childhood coming from her past when something is happening. She just goes along with it. Absolutely. And I'm gonna go ahead and save. This is partially a matter of humor, 'cause I don't think the movies humorless. But there is something to the trope in that arises in the movie of her going to a bar and finding a guy to go home with. And that's where she goes for the night, and even with the first guy that she meets an Abbar. There's a scene of him waking up before her and abandoning her. But then the next thing we see is her in a mall, looking at mannequins and then going to movies, and again, she falls asleep and someone takes her wallet. But these things like these minor obstacles, don't stop the movie does, just sort of get past then you know, she just go back to the bar. I mean, another guy who happens to be robbing the bar as she's there. She's in the bathroom, and there is a sort of kind of funny moment of this guy looking out for the cops. She going to bars in because she needs to like wash your face, and he's freaking out, and she just does not seem to notice that he's a robber, but the, the Barkeep is behind the bar tied up beautifully. Stage that seems because we find it out. We also go quite a ways through that scene without realizing that this grey haired guy. That's led her into a bar is not the bartender who's closing up all the visual information would seem to indicate that that's the case, and he's acting a little bit strange when she goes into the bathroom, but I thought it was because he was figuring out how do I get with this woman? How sexually assault her or something, right? And that's sort of the movie setting, you up to think then you get this strange one shot from above the bar. That shows you that there's a man on the ground with a handkerchief stuffed in his mouth. You don't know if he has been hurt at that point. I think the idea is basically that he's just been gagged. Right. And he later reports that the, the robberies happened in it's in the paper, but the way that's revealed is so enticingly and of slow and even at the end of that senior, not quite sure exactly what happened. I mean, I guess you assume like this is a bad guy who's doing bad stuff. But when they said, on the road together, you know, very little this character played by Michael Higgins, who she calls, Mr. Dennis the entire time, we never really learn his first name, do we do? And the way that he, please. The scene while he's waiting for in the bathroom to really say much you learn more about his personality later and he's quite asshole. But in that moment, there's something so offbeat and, and funny to me about the fact that so this is where the movies going. She's just go home with this guy who's robbing a bar like this is what the movie's going to. And it's going to become her getting wrapped up into sort of Bank robbery with this guy. But just the way that pivot, it's like the way that you kind of think of the typical three act structure of a movie. This is not really what I expect to be happening in the second act because nothing to this point really sets me up to think that the movies going to become this. Yeah. I mean, in a way, it's almost a spoof right of sad spoof. But it's almost a spoof of CLYDE, which came out, only I think, two three years before this and was at one on everybody's mind. Right. Was a huge cultural phenomenon when it came out and bonding. Clyde has always talked about, as having glamorized the gangster movie. But I mean this movie takes the demonization, so many steps beyond Clark next is so. So Hollywood, it's your earlier point about, you know, her relationship to another kind of independent American film, titan, someone like Asif Eddie's for all the ways that she's completely tuned in to herself as Wanda, it also isn't sort of the kind of psychological study, that someone like coming up with. She doesn't use close ups in the same way. She doesn't deploy plot or non plot in the same way like there's a plot. It's chaotic a bit and unpredictable. But she's not rejecting the classical norms wholesale. I can't figure out what it must have been linked to watch this in the seventies no idea who director was sitting in Venice, watching this movie. No preparation no history of reputation. If it was only three or four years earlier than us. I really just can't imagine how people made sense of what this movie's trying to actually surprised that it won the best foreign film prize. Because it deserved it. But it doesn't have the feeling of a prize winning festival movie for that time. It just it just seems like it would have been to alienating strange. And in fact, a lot of critics, particularly female critics appalling kale and Judith Crist, both gave it negative reviews and for a very specific reason, which may have had to do with the incident feminism of the times, that they found the protagonist unlikable or unacceptable, you know, that they thought that she was dumb, and that she was passive, and that they didn't want to watch a whole depressing movie about a woman who couldn't stand up herself from its hard to place, her on a spectrum of Dahmer smarter. Whatever I just think that she is. You know, I think about some of the ways that she sort of reacts ways that seem like they're, they're out of like an older communism sort of, like, hey, what do you think you're doing, like, hey, what's going on with you? The sort of like a, a streetwise kind, but not grotesque sort of attitude, I just think that she I love her frankly unacceptable or not. I love her the entire time when I'm watching I love her to really do really funny moment to point to and it skipping ahead of we bit. But the moment when he's trying to steal a car as he does several times. Right. He switches from car to car because they're making this getaway from the bar robbery that they met at. And there's a moment that he's in a parking lot, hot wiring a car, and then she points out to him that the keys or just above the visor and. Courses furious, because she figured out something she goes, she was smarter than him for a minute. He actually tries to kick her out of the car, and get rid of her at that moment. Certainly he thinks that he's just sort of with some dumb blonde. She used to dumb to realize that he was robbing the bar as she was sitting in it. And he just assumes that she's just sort of, you know, just kind of a quick thing on the road, and he will exchange her the way he exchanges cars at some point another brilliantly. Funny move moment in that scene one where you love her character so much as wishy asks him, don't you like sopping up his Getty sauce, when your bread and he doesn't respond, because, of course, he's this antisocial jerk. Right. Just trying to make conversation and their silence. He says, well, I do. Frankly, I think a really big scene in the movie comes after that when they're in embed together and, you know, they've had sex, and she tries to be intimate, and he completely rejects it and just asked her hamburgers. And he gives very specific instructions for the kind of he's fussy fussy very weird character. Mike. Definitely not your typical Bank. Robber on the run in movie, he's not some slick Stor. Who knows if late? You know, I mean he does manipulator, but very inexpertly inexpertly despite, you know, wearing a blazer and very clearly, married very clearly, and she picks up on that as well. But he has these very specific instructions for the burger she goes and gets the burger it doesn't have the right ingredients on it. And so she, she has to pick them out. But while she's been gone, he's been looking through her wallet. And there's this moment of her during things in the trash from the burger, and seeing her wall, and being like, hey, is this, my wallet? And like she's very clearly put together that he has gone to her wallet and thrown in the trash, but she still does the, the entire song, and dance of do you seem well is, is this, my wallet? Hey, did you go through my wallet? But like very slowly making the scene seem ridiculous. But there's something about her. That's impervious in, at least in this moment impervious to his harsh nece, that, even as he's getting violent and he. Laps her? She just keeps going again. I can see why people maybe in that moment would want her to leave or to fight back or whatever. But there's something to the fact that she passively and actively stays. But I just I just dwelling on that, because the movie is not drawing, a knee, psychological roadmap, and yet everything about her is consistent and understandable to me, within the context of her and seems like this just make me think a lot about how thoroughly Barbara loden as an actor and director and writer understood who this woman was such that she didn't have to explain who she was. She just made a movie that is, so it's called Wanda because it does embody her. I think pretty perfectly. But as you said, earlier, I don't, I don't know about her childhood, I don't know about her past experience. I don't even know about her husband. I don't know the extent to which he was abusive or not. But you don't know why she got married. You don't know any of that. You don't really see her kids beyond one shot. I'm in the car, but every moment like this, where man is violent or a scold or whatever, and she reacts and dozen and goes with it, and doesn't and has a sense of dignity. But also, by the fact that she stays maybe undermines that just all those moments are so riddled with psychological conflict, but I just I never lose track of who she is. And even if that moment that you described that she scraping, the onions off the burger into the hotel trash can, by the way, is just so wonderfully lurid and sorted. Right. That room there in the burgers. It's just such seventies grossness like everyone smokes eats at the same time but there's not an objection. They're like, you don't feel like it's this kind of I mean, to grab a name out of mid air, like able Arar style kind of, like let's see how much we can humiliate these characters and how low we can bring them, you know, there's as you say, a kind of dignity to her even when she's scraping the onions into the hotel trash can its its dignity. And I don't think the movie would call it dignity. It's hard to explain it sort of in the moment. And this is, I think part of was the movies much. I just don't really always have a language for her. Maybe part of our inability to pin down exactly what themes or kind of, you know, moods of certain scenes are comes from the fact that this was a largely unscripted movie script was written for it. And I think the Kazan actually collaborated on the first draft of the script. But apparently as they got into the shooting process, the script was more and more thrown away. And there's really a lot of improvisation between, especially between her, and Michael Higgins is the only other professional actor in the movie. But all of these great faces these kind of like flea ask oddballs that they encounter on on along the road trip. We're non-professional actors and I think a lot of the times, we're just talking about their own stuff. And it was kind of incorporated into the screenplay, this conversation about the relationship between them and how hard it is to read makes me want to throw to my clip that, I chose from the movie, which happens almost exactly the halfway Mark, and it's in what I think of is the two lane blacktop portion of the movie, right? I mean this movie kept freeing up different references in my head. And one of them was that Monte Hellman film from around the same time. So there's this moment before the Bank robbery scheme starts to come together at all when they really are just kind of drifting town to town where they pull over in. What's the closest thing to sort of slightly pretty pastoral area like a field that you see in the whole movie, and he's getting? Hammered, he's slugging out of a bottle of whiskey or something like that. She's having a snack on the hood of the car, and they have the closest thing to what you might think of as some kind of moment of intimacy. Although as you'll hear in the clip, it kind of goes south. So he wanders over to her. You're the natural sound and the scene of the crickets singing. This is a good example, I think in general of the kind of the net extreme naturalism of the, of the dialogue in this movie that does sound kind of improvised, he comes over places jacket over her shoulders, which isn't very unusually tender gesture for him to make right. Maybe the only nice thing he ever does. And then they start to have this conversation about her hair, which is, of course, about, you know, him trying to control her look and make her into the kind of doll that he wants. But which also in this week's to what you were talking about her sort of inner core of strength, despite the pet city, which also turns into a conversation about her inability to be ultimately moved, or changed, by him, you know, sort of sureness in who she is. And it's worth noting that her hairstyle is really remarkable in this movie. You know she's got. This gorgeous crown of blonde hair, but she styles it sort of like a QB dollar something. And this very, very high ponytail that kind of spills over her face. It's, it's very childlike, and it's actually quite flattering, but it's a it's a strange hairstyle for a grown woman in nineteen seventy two where. So this is the moment when he comes over to her on the who the car and starts giving her some style advice. When you're covered up covered out. Yeah. Cover that with. Get a hat. Well.

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"judith crist" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"judith crist" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"I would've told him like I kept a misery poster on my bedroom wall in in ninth and tenth grade 'cause you know, I love misery, which is the crazy movie to love. But it really messed me up too. Great. And I also think that that's just a perfect book adaptation. Yeah. It's true. Critics movie critics the stuff he was writing loop con, I just talked about it. How his criticism was always just complete full honesty, and he didn't care for feelings were hurt. But he wasn't trying to do viciously. And that's a really hard bounce to find. I think on the internet. The last twenty years that balance has shifted where the viciousness becomes part of it, you know, in the wrong hands, but with him, it was super honest. This is just how I feel and if you feelings get hurt I'm sorry. And that was how he did it. And that's something, you know, you've you've taken down some movies and some tropes over the years. You've kind of held onto that to do you think that started with him the movie criticism? Or power or piling kale? Do you think it started with her? And then he was kinda in that mix as well. I think they, you know, it's funny because nobody really talks about Goldman as a critic. I mean, he obviously was it's not like a like a mind blowing thing to to talk about an ass. But I mean, very few of the things I read about him in the last couple of days have talked about what a critic he was he just outspoken Hollywood person who'd like to talk like to say things about you know, how you know, what a crazy industry the film industry is. But I mean at the end of the day this man was a was a critic, and I mean, the style to the extensively. I mean, it was just total transparency. Like, you were having a conversation with this person's written word, although I have to say, I've never met a more verbose. I've never read a more of for both. Critic who also was who also wrote sentences that were missing. Kind of hard to follow. Sometimes. Yeah. It was it was there was disjointed nece to some of his right in that actually was like part of his style. Right. But but in terms of like, I mean, obviously, Pauley Gail a per look Andrews Air as Pauline kale. You know, Georgia Brown, even people Judith Crist who nobody ever talks about as being one of the great critics. I mean, they all sorta wrote in very conversational, but also. Somewhat more literary than your average conversation style and Goldman. But Goldman Goldman was later though. Yeah, they he was more like your, buddy. Right. I mean, and that was basically where most of these people I mean Sarah's in and and sometimes kale or more on the literary end of his style of of criticism. But you know, I mean, it wasn't like. The other thing that he did was he brought this kind of of experience to what he knew what he was talking about. He was both an outsider, Hollywood wise. But also, you know, a craftsman working within the industry and had the means by which to poke about what a weird place. It was. It makes me wish that there was more people who are in the industry who were willing to also write about a pretty fair Leslie in not care if they burn bridges or not, I guess you can do that. When you're the world's most successful screenwriter. You can just you reset fuck its own we're, but you know, he was doing this when he wrote the Broadway book in the late sixties..

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"judith crist" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"judith crist" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"The original release print contains some three thousand six hundred and forty-three editorial cuts more than any other technicolor film, ever processed. Some of these cuts are near subliminal consisting of three or four frames only making them almost imperceptible to the naked eye excluding the start in the end credits. The film actually contains about two thousand seven hundred twenty one edits during about one hundred thirty eight minutes of action this equates to an average shot length of three seconds, the shootout at bloody porch. Contains three hundred and twenty-five edits in five minutes of action for an average shot length of slightly under one second. And lastly to close out the impact of the wild bunch on directors from that era during a screening in New York Sam Peckinpah invited. Jay cocks of time magazine who brought his friend Martin Scorsese. They sat empty Warner Brothers screening room with only two other critics Judith Crist. And Rex Reed the final scene knocked them out of their seats. Scorsese recalled quote, we were mesmerized by it. It was obviously a masterpiece. It was real filmmaking using film in such a way that no other form could do it. It couldn't be done any other way to see that in an American filmmaker was so exciting Cox remembered that he Scorsese literally turn to each other at the end, and we're stunned. We were looking at each other shaking our heads like we had just come out of shared fever dream. Well, that's just making at its best. That concludes our episode on the wild bunch. I would love to hear what you think this classic movie must Jio freed to tweet at movie must pod or E mail.

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"judith crist" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"judith crist" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I i have fun digging a hole articles yes some of those were amazing it's funny because i was just ripping on judith crist last week actually in the scarecrow episode and there she was again bashing on this film and i have to say like a lot of the criticism of this film i was like okay i kinda get where you're coming from and kinda like you heather i was kind of fair to middling on this movie until we started to have this conversation and like over the course of the last hour and a half i've actually grown to appreciate this more having this conversation with you guys same it's such a cool movie i don't know i don't know why it's you know obviously didn't get a fair shake but it seems unjustly to be under looked at especially given that you've got a name director a name brighter an star and i mean this is malcolm mcdowell film he did right before clockwork orange so you kind of think it would be and he did it after doing you know lindsay anderson's if which is an art masterpiece of a movie again it was something that you dug up cullen it was an interview with locie about this movie apparently kubrick contacted him and was like would you recommend mcdowell for this role in those well i tell me what the role is about and after he heard it he's like yeah you definitely want this guy that is so cool i can't even imagine anybody else in clark orange i wish robert sean jack towns on a movie together i would love to see the two of them they both have the same for not possessing but is similar sort of like intimidating intensity yeah i think they would have been really dynamic together it'd been the weirdest movie i would have been into it's i just i'm sad that that doesn't excess that you manual at set would be like oh my god i wish they'd given shaw i can't remember which bond film he was in russia with blows thank you i wish i would have given him more latitude in that movie because like the way that the villains are treated now in the bond films where the villains are almost more featured than the than bond you know thinking of like even that piece of shit one with jonathan pryce it's like yeah i can go back and i can look it like oh jonathan prices in the movie he was the bail the big bad he was the big villain and it's like yeah with robert sean like yeah which one was he in jail 'cause he's kinda in there but he's not like that level of batty and i wish that he has well frankly i think that any james bond going up against robert shaw should be afraid oh hell true especially if he's willed in snake i didn't talk about speaking of laughing we didn't talk about the cave seen i know that we didn't talk about when they drink the condensed milk i have a can of condensed milk here with me and i drank about half of it before the show and i haven't had any problems yet but out lord or know what's going to happen i just love this nancy runs in jack bound starts laughing he gets hit him so in they're just sitting there tackling at each other squatting on the grounds the grass in fronts we can't see at never seen two people diarrhea on screen at the same time before well especially in a film that you could call it art all my maybe like in why no in harold and kumar was here like the two girls that evie like a like a poodle i don't know i'm sorry did they have one cup grouse now would've thought would joseph losey with inspire us tonight i feel like he's got a haunt has the scene in the cave with malcolm mcdowell that's a little intense at he gets a little out there but i think it's called for i mean there are moments where there's some really intense emotions happening on screen and if you're not up for it than you might be like it's a little much but i i was with the ride for this movie i didn't necessarily sit there and go yeah you should've tone that down a little bit those scenes are totally earned and i.

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