18 Burst results for "Judy Dench"

"judy dench" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"judy dench" Discussed on Keep It!

"How did you heard about this story. Louis oh yeah i mean my my main news source for everything is check as twitter. So yes yeah jack. Hey who had speaker price playing. Paulina price. on days of our lives. Currently doing it excellently. Her out of our lives that she has not been on this podcast and she is a sleigh and every way but i think she writes on twitter. I'm like why are you this funny. It's like so crazy tweet at her was to come on the show. She followed me when i was on twitter. I know she follows you. Yeah no. I met her once and she was like. Oh louis from twitter. So witty and i was like. I can't believe you said that. And it's not been on here jack hairy. It was such a weird story. It's weird it's baffling. And i kind of feel like maybe it wasted lake. You know that black twitter is going to slough the whole situation and figure out everything and they're gonna do it quickly and then like i just like to black twitter's time wasted are what's on. Okay i say are as i'm still on it but you know what twitter has racist darks. Okay okay got women in parks who are harassing black people. We've got cairns to get fired. They work okay that all that black twitter is just the new number one ladies' detective agency. Let's bring back to my friend. Just refresh me on a crazy stories of the weinstein era which is harvey weinstein apparently promised lupita nyongo part on number one ladies' detective agency a show that had been cancelled for years. Anyway that is. There's parts of right the harvey wide steed scandal that truly was a baffling part of the lupita night. Neon goes story like he couldn't think of a show with like black people in it and that was the first thing that came. So i mind boggling. That's evening apart on the wire. You're gonna love this show the jeffersons. I'm being speaker of harvey weinstein. We're watching pataudi is to be reason to thank him there But i was thinking about award speeches. And i was also thinking like damn. Aren't we glad to not be in a awards season era where every speech would be thank you harvey god guy gwyneth. Yeah judy dench. Whomever stop thinking people people who are like agents and producers at manages. I'm like nobody wants to hear that. And i get that. It is a moment for them to be like shouted out but like i like when someone like errands. Avait shouts out like the woman who's managed him since he was a child. You know something like that. I'm like if you're naming random people at eight twenty four. Could you save it for when your backstage right. Oh you mean. They did their job. Great yeah yeah. I don't care no deference i find super baffling anyway. That's a whole conversation. Yes anyway thank you to. Emily asked for being here this week. Thank you to den michelle for joining us in such a pleasure and We'll see you keep. It is a crooked media production. Our senior producer is kendra james. Our producer is caroline restaurant and our associate producer. Is brian semel. Our executive producer is me. Ira madison third. Our editor is bill lance and kyle seguin or sound engineer. Thank you to our digital team. Matt degroot normal conan and milo kim for production support every week and hey stay safe out there in two thousand fourteen. I was working for the washington post in iran. One night some guys with guns showed up at my apartment and took my wife and me to prison. I knew the deep trouble. When obviously i was trying to be hopeful. Let's say no no. I spent a year and a half as a hostage. Everyone from my family to president. Obama played a role in getting the jason resigned host of five hundred forty four days. A spotify original produced by gimblett crooked media. Na twenty four episodes of five hundred forty four days are available right now following. Listen for free only on spot..

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"judy dench" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"judy dench" Discussed on Never Seen It

"He hasn't seen it the past twenty minutes. He's been shitting on it. He's pau fee. He's been shitting on Melissa mccarthy and leslie jones like just the fact that it was all females and their best rising my childhood way but you've never even he didn't see the movie though i mean it's on. Hey real real. I'm a firm. I haven't actually seen any ghostbusters movies. but i a firm believer of nothing is ruining your childhood because you know who the movie is for kids and remember that movie that came out when your kid is for kids as well as star wars being maybe the most extreme example of this because there was a thirty year gap or whatever between some of the movies. But it's not ruining your childhood because you know who the new ones for kids and then you know who the next ones are. Also for kids and you know. He's not a kid anymore. You as so. I'm sorry that you don't like ray. Who loves her kids. And that's just kind of what's four and can't get dirty happened was bad. It was good whatever. It wasn't already happened. And if you could take a time machine back to your childhood and do you know you have bigger problems than the star. Wars that you'd be like trying to solve nine eleven and solidly or we get on early and if you that your childhood is the happiest time of your life like you need to the best therapy. That is in the best tickets. That isn't piece of that that people do not acknowledge acknowledges like the crowd of people who like these movies are running my childhood. Like that's the biggest problem. There's like you are glorifying your childhood because you've not moved on since and like that is hardly central. Just let you could still go back. And you know the cool part about the old ghostbusters. They recorded all of them. And so you can go back and watch them and they have them all over. You can get them in multiple mediums and pretty much anything and the new one. You know who it's for the people who are that age that you are when you saw ghostbusters and change your life. And that's why. If i see ghostbusters for the first time now i bet i don't go by a poster and i you know because it's not for me any for kids while also that i think that's why like you know they're doing the new sequel. That has their cast as radical. I do alyssa. Jones was like what the fuck because it's she centrally like they just raised what we did and they're just going back to the original so it's like oh fuck their efforts and i i get it i get. That's that's that's a crazy feeling especially given that the studio really car have their backs away. I thought they should've with all the backlash with a the casting announce and stuff. But it's hollywood baby. It's funny just to give a little inside like window into the between period of those two events was lake me and my writing partner. Were pitching stuff to sony at. The time goes court was like Jason reitman and i've arrangements company. That was just doing those ghostbuster movies in inbetween. This new one. That's coming out and that Christine whitman they were basically trying to the goal was to have like a ghostbusters universe. So they were taking pitches. Things that like tangentially ghostbusters oriented Either it had something to do with an event in a ghostbusters. It was like a side piece if you will and then when that movie came out and then had like very very bad numbers like they're bad reviews and stuff each meeting subsequently it became less and less about like involving ghostbusters in their thing and i remember like our last meeting with them was like you know what have you guys just came up with like a horror movie and it's like you know paranormal thing at the end. Like maybe there's a reference to a ghostbuster you know basically clusters jason thing. Now just there might be a reference to they watch ten cloverfield lane and they were like you know what we need you to do is make the version of that. That's in the ghost these you should you should do is just put out ten cloverfield lane the movie but when i don't know if you guys have seen it i don't want to spoil. It's actually really great movie job. Good right yeah i look. I don't think it's real great. And so spoiler you can take your headphones off At the end maybe she she when she finally escapes at the end of it instead of being in the cloverfield universe. There's just the state. Puff marshmallow man is outside instead of cloverfield universe. Then boom you got ten ghostbuster lane. Also they should have known that there was coalfield. Universe guys address had john movies worth watching just because that's the prime example of how horror movie performances never get acknowledged for awards. Even though john goodman should have won an oscar for it. it's the best can possibly be. He's so good it's almost like it makes sense if you think you can act and then you watch that you're right. Do you know what i mean. It's like and it happens sometimes with horror movies but no one cares about him and i go on that tangent too often on this podcast no one cares about them action movies and then i feel like of violence with william hurt showing bet there is also i mean he got a nomination for that like rightfully so that move for ten minutes and absolutely put on an acting clinic and it's it's athletes. Price won that oscar. But like that's like an action movies never get nominated. What's the lowest screen time of an oscar when you know what this is a whole different. Podcast davis i think she was seven minutes. I think judy dench from shakespeare in love. Okay i think. I haven't had moving along like a few minutes only in that. For like a two scenes i feel like i haven't seen silence of the lambs. How much is he actually in the movie. Oh he's a nubia me as one of those movies that he might barely be in. And then is one of the shorter. Before mrs for best actor i because i did some research or anthony hopkins. After he won the father. And i remember reading something about his win for hannibal lecter. I think it's like the shortest amount for not onscreen ninety percent of the movie. No it's jodie foster's movie but he is. It's interesting that the movie holds up like extremely extremely well and it's interesting because like i feel like his screen time in those sequels is also not. That isn't a second one which socks he's in a lot but like he's not in the other ones that much he's not in red dragon at all. Red dragon tight. I i haven't been to that universe at all. Isn't there whole television show. That also isn't red dragon. The john batchelor thing and yet hannibal. The tv show is one of the best tv shows. I've ever seen in my life. it's awesome it's fairly glory. i don't know how. Nbc air that stuff when it first came on. but it's a netflix. It's amazing that's awesome. Check it out. Also netflix and is amazing. Edward norton is hit or miss man. That's fair..

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"judy dench" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:51 min | 8 months ago

"judy dench" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"The threat needed to be eliminated. 007 has the license to cal. She's there for emotional impact but her role is supposed to be the leader in many ways of the unit and so again. Judy dench great. But i sort of question the depiction of 'em in the in the mistakes in the emotions and how that is presented as part of her character. But that's rarely brought into question when it comes to men if and when they occupy those roles yes. That's a great point. And i mean i can kind of understand why it didn't happen in the older ones. Because amb was barely he didn't really do much in those movies where they really did boost the judi dench character. But you are right. It's very problematic. As do wendy's sort of story threads introduced and they have not really happened with a rape fines. That is definitely great. Point camp and i just wanted to touch on. Actually the score. I think david. Arnold is such a great composer for these and i wish we were still getting david. Arnold scores for bond films honestly. Yes i'm the one thing i noticed. Though that felt very nineteen ninety nine was there is like record scratching going on in the score at the boat. Chase the start of this movie. And i was cracking up. It was very new metal as in like someone on mixing deck during the old lincoln thing. Yeah i couldn't tell if it was actual record scratching or if it was like digital record scratching that they'd created but it had a definite sound to it that i was going. Oh boy it's like the days of limp biscuit. You're as long as a role in doesn't make it onto a james bond soundtrack. I'm happy the no. I was actually gonna mentioned scores I'm glad you mentioned that. I the only two notes. I had Review fans of the tv comedy. Show the it crowd. I've seen it. I haven't seen okay. I'll just. I'll just say what i saw when when christmas joins is trying to defuse the bomb in the oil pipeline. She's got a little tablet handheld device. And it's run by windows ce mexico point to do that so they get the plug in for windows and i i just think about the scene in. It crowd where there's a bomb defusing robot and the guy from the tv show goes Was the operating system and guy goes Windows ninety five and then the all character around the guys. We're all going to die. Just took me back to that. That's a very weird reference for about five people out there. So enjoy that and the other thing i had down was the the one million hand game in the casino was probably the worst movie i've ever seen since when mian cam tried to play blackjack in vegas good call good call. We didn't lose that big but we still lost. Yeah we we lost I might say that for diamonds forever upside down the line. But that's it really has had so i guess we'll get onto the klis Camp you want to just quickly run over with classes this. Yeah so the noc list is the need to see. Official classics hearts podcast. Where every episode. After talking about the movie we decide whether it belongs in the pantheon of all time greats spy films the the titles you would throw out if someone said one of the best films of all time you could say. Check the nocholas. They're on there. So that's the essential up nocholas basically the the films we've got so far things like no final west the a nine steps like it's it's it's big big big film so it's gonna be end to to be fair bond wise. We have dr knows. Made it on from russia with love and goldeneye made it on..

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"judy dench" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"judy dench" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"I can't say a really saw coming because they talked like one time And i wouldn't say it was exactly what ric he basically just like prevented her from hitting her head on the ground. Maggie smith sees this. She's not impressed. She and lucy are like we're never going to tell your mom about this. Because she'll be romantic and thinking about chaperone they go back to england immediately. She gets engaged to daniel day lewis. Whose name is sessile. And he's exactly annoying as he sounds he like wears the those little glasses on his nose and he likes to read aloud mostly to be heard he is ridiculous. I did not notice any mention of sessile while they were on this trip. I don't know where he came from. Don't know how they decided to get engaged anyway. She forgets all about this. Kiss with george which is pretty easy. Because george doesn't say much and this movie Just keeps moving along at. Its very slow pace. But lo and behold ashes engaged assessable. George and his dad move into a nearby cottage. And this just throws lucy's world upside down. And she and maggie smith like. What are we going to do about this. We have not told anybody about this. How what's going to happen. Did he brag about it to his friends that he kissed you. Field and then in a twist of fate. One day cecil who insists. He's not athletic enough to play tennis with the rest of the boys. He's reading aloud from this new book by judy. with them on their trip in in the scene that he is reading aloud. It is basically the scene. Where george kisses. Lucy maggie smith is totally ratted out. She told judy dench about it. And now it's an anomaly guy and after this being read aloud sessile doesn't pick up on anything but then george kisses lucy again and she's all like field no in the house he's just she's like getaway for me. This is inappropriate and she and maggie smith. Tell them to back off now. Like never come back to this house again. But then he goes off on the speech about how sessile doesn't love you he just wants you as an ornament he wants to own you like painting. I love you. I want you to be able to disagree with me even if we're in a and that's all well and good but it would have been nice if they'd had like more than two conversations this whole movie so i could actually feel like that was a real. She breaks offer. Engagement to sessile tells nobody about this conversation with george and she's going to go away to athens because she doesn't want to be. I guess mildly embarrassed by her very amicable breakup with sessile. He's totally jill about it i mean. He's disappointed but he's very nice. And then she stops by georges dad's place and finds out. They're going to be moving. Because george didn't want to be close to lucy and she was like well. I'm going away and it's fine. You don't even have to worry about it. But then she has a talk with george's dad and he's like he loves you and apparently this whole time she's loved him to would have been nice to have a clue and guess what. It all works out maggie. Smith is thrilled now. That things are working out with. George i guess and they get married. And then.

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"judy dench" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

Too Many Podcasts!

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"judy dench" Discussed on Too Many Podcasts!

"That smells chair. Abc's the chair of the two thousand year old man. That's right. I think he said don't you want to be on that side. It was something belie- but you know so it was. It was really great to just kind of observe and see what his base was like. I remember after. I came back after that interview. Spend a little bit more time with him. And carl started reading me a book that he was writing and he also he you know write music sometimes and he listened to a song that i wrote and he like maybe like intently listened to it any afterwards. He's like you know it's so rare to have somebody have something to say so i. That's kind of amazing because only like five people have heard music that i've written so That was pretty pretty great experience wise. But you know i'm always. I'm always having interesting experiences. Some interesting people. Some more unusual Memorable than others. Love judy dench. Just because she's so cheeky. And kind of a flirt which is not at all expected. I did cannabis. Expect privy like reputable lady and she is none of that and i'm pretty sure. She swears a sailor as she was definitely flirting with their co star. Who was very young men but but in a in a lovely and then Michael douglas so schools. He made sure that you might name in everything in a few things about me before i walked into the room. And he said you know would you like. Would you like anything comfortable. Would you like anything to drink. And i said no thank you. That's very nice of you to offer. So he said while. I'm a very nice person and i said nice. People don't say it all went downhill from. You can't win the mall right catherine. Yeah okay okay. I don't think my douglas Is going to hold it against me. Okay i came. have you without Not talking about your new podcast called mind the future so if you could kind of philippine about it it's it's very heavy. It's definitely not your typical subject matter for a podcast. That's what i liked about. It's very unique anco. Well so. I think coming from this world of entertainment in travel Both these are subjects. That i love that. I've been really love with the technology for a long time and always kind of thinking of how the things that we do or in the future. And i think we don't think about the future enough and so my podcast is called mind the future and invites guests up from different areas. Arenas right now we've had had a futurist on for the first podcast at had a pulitzer winning journalist Pr guerrero gaming expert. esther physicist on specializes in like supernova. It's the idea was to talk to all these different people and see what they magin. The future will be like and for me because it's an area that i'm really passionate about now. I did try to start a podcast years ago. That was Going to need just talking to interesting people recorded by trump injuries. That i hated the sound of my own voice. So much that i couldn't launch it kind of embarrassed about it because i feel like the jews were actually pretty good. It was me that was not so good. But now i've actually done and thanksgiving and i'm really glad and you know forces me to learn things but at the same time. I'm hoping that these conversations are really approachable for anybody. Who's thinking about the future and some of it is related to technology. Some of it is israel. You know. I'd love to have like a chef at some point on there and talk about the future. Hulan area arts gas with Molecular gastronomy you know things like that but you know everything is changing. I think the more we know about the past the present the more we're gonna know about the future. Be prepared for it in to make the right choices. I think when we've had the internet come around and only things that came with it in social media platforms didn't really land for it. We didn't prepare for it and so we didn't make rules for it see. I'm getting so heavy ready. I think the podcast is not quite as intensely. Heady as as we're suggesting right now it pro tshuva okay. People aren't going to be instantly confused amid a start asking questions or anything like that. They're not going to be confused because these kids myself. So by x. access level. I'm not a genius. And actually i can speak from experience that i the story of how well how this interview with catherine came to be. She posted an episode on social media and she wanted some feedback on it. And i listened to it and i thought it was great. And it's funny because usually in this this Social media group that. I'm usually very critical. I'm because there are some people that just like no no no stop that don't podcast but catherine's was like i just sat there like wow. This is fantastic and your journalistic skills are so evident on. It is that you can tell that you know you know how to ask the right questions and how to bring the right answers out of people to really make people think right. It's not like she's going to be discussing rocket science and brain surgery in every single episode. It's approachable questions. That i think you know the everyday person might be thinking of or maybe questions that the everyday person should be thinking of exactly. That's exactly yet so glad you appreciate. It weren't critical. I would happen to hear all the criticisms as well It's funny his. When i was looking at your clock nass you know just saying how i i hated.

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"judy dench" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"judy dench" Discussed on Cineflek

"He's still love. daren. All over here. Off Verge of tears. Like five. tyrod. Sorry. We have a word you're not into Gaul it's kind of like big which is. Is So. Cute. Your body physically can't handle it with shutdown. I WANNA was the word he league. Yeah. I like that I like that a lot. How are the drinks we can talk about the drink has also on this podcast. We. We my I have Khloe of the podcast, my old friend from. Did WH I. Think we're the same kindergarten anything. I've missed Britain two thousand and two this Britain whose husband was an opera singer yeah. This bris was brand new husband was an opera singer and And of course, my lovely girlfriend page. Who has been on podcast the past So for drinks, we start off with a Mr Darcy which we found online but. I sort of adapted I'm thinking of renaming of Bennett. that. Watching Mr Darcy I changed from. PODCAST GIN I like that was kind of a major change and then a drastically reduced the elder flower. So I feel like it's a very different drink but. Quite. Good. Edition. We added Melt I'm sorry, thousand, the Drake Loyd. I liked it. It was sweeter than into speeding away. They really liked. Is. I did I did. Eleven PM at. A twist eleven twist. I thought it tasted a lot like. Baldi. Should we should spike all of our abilities. Okay I heard it over to start with pride and prejudice it's it's so spectacular. I've really glad watch this other projector because some of those. Shots are just like they worked so well in the white screen light that she's just running across the field of the raid. And again, it's a lot for you love free handle. Why did you pick this movie? Wet Relationship? Do you have with this with this film, Cloyd? Were as. Soon, as I could pull this freeze lot I must lie for X. But I'm definitely a left for Pastel colors in these wide open shots. That make it look like you're stepping into romantic era painting. And the reason I love movies, which is as as telling page that in the director's commentary. Joe Rate Talks about how his love for these romantic era beatings ultimately led him to create these large larger than life scenes with the character, the accuracy, a little dot on the screen. Yeah and that's I like some also who doesn't care night we matthew big fatty elitist stare their faces for hours. Yeah and the cost is I was fabulous to like again the Pastel colors and. I love that. White dress she wears in the. Fall like. What that ball was called. I ball you're talking to the second one they'll. Ask. Saturday Sunday's Fans and everyone disappears. Ethan was like, Oh, my God. Yeah, I was freaking out a little bit. Yet spectacular. Not. Sure. What it is, the cure is so perfect for period pieces like I just she's in so many of them and never upset when ICM? Judy dench says, WELP, just not a period piece without Judi dench so she had to make an appearance but. Yeah. I I'm not sure what is credited is about her that makes her so perfect for these kinds of movies either. I think she's so expressive with her face and she of gets in her I feel like you can see her getting in her head. It. So she's really, Lake kind of feeling the fairytale little thing and so I think she portrays this character is really well. I think also just about her general face also. Her attitude toward these things, I heard an interview once where she said Esser voice just refuse to play characters of contemporary movies and she's really like purity survey thing and I think that. That combined with the fact that she has one of those faces that looks like it belongs in a different century. Pieces like I can't. Even, see currently on the street like wearing modern close. It'd be like alone and. It does sort of very off. Kelly I think she has such like sort of feminism to her. That's like a different time. But then she's got the sort of like tomboy nature that like I think is the reason that. CORRECTOR caster initially, that sort of brings a period piece into sort of leg. Hotter than sending like she always feels like she can hold these movies which wishes I think she's like, Batta, she's yeah, she's crazy Will just rewatch is the Caribbean to the first one which she's she's also just like. The. Whole time. and. Kind of the same thing here like you just of feel like. She knows exactly what she's doing. She can't has control over the room the whole time it's just like Super Super Fun but yeah. I certainly feel like that part. Parts like especially where a wealth of character. Yeah any of the constant current nightly. Cherie jumped just gorgeous. All the ranger. Q.. Yeah. Yes. Spectacular I used to not like period pieces and I don't know what it what changed in the last couple years but we. On I think he watched. Room with a view with me Reggie Watch the one I want to. Have that's another great one. If you like this one, you'd really liked. SUPERFUND. But I don't know what changed I. Think I got used to the sort of pacing in the sort of like ultra style, cater of it all. But like have you always liked period pieces or is it kind of justice that you just obsessive? Even the other movies that have Joe Raise the director incur-. Nightly as star I haven't. Even. I haven't even try Washington is under so attached.

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"judy dench" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Amped about having a movie there they probably make muffins so wherever you are in America America. This is your dream you can certainly do it. You can cast you can whoever you want and you can write your own scripts and tell your own stories now whether or not they become massive worldwide hits. This is always out of your hands always. There's nothing you can ever do about that. I'm sure there's fuck take cats. For example cats was one hundred hundred fifty million dollars. They sunk everything into it if you look at that. That's that script on paper right. You have fucking Taylor swift swift. You've WHO's at Helen. Mirren or no Dame Judi Dench. Oh Yeah Judy. dench Oscar funnier. Yeah James Cordon Written Idris Elba. You have the WHO's who of everybody across the board in four people saw that movie so it doesn't matter how expensive or how cheap it is. You do have the ability to have the same fucking thing. The same opportunities see these movies Blair witch in Shutout for thirteen grand like it is possible. Is it hard yes but it will never ever stop being hard and the guy who directed caffeine promise. You isn't going to be directing movies for very long time. Yeah just because he's the guy who directed cats that's and I find it very telling that even Taylor swift than get nominated today At all your best Song Nope we're getting cast the fuck out of here Bro. Yeah we're GONNA pretend it never happened so I'll get off my soapbox put filmmaker at home or woman or a fucking member of LGBTQ or whatever I mean shuts it is possible. It's been done. It's been proven like but you're going to have to do it yourself if you're if if you're gonNA bitch about it do it For Real there's plenty of talent plenty of people that want to help you BACHMAN range as fifteen. That was crowd funded one point two million dollars just based on what people. Hey Man I believe in you and I wanna see this. Nobody in that cast is super famous. We got the money we hired famous people afterwards but the the cast that we sold that movie on knows famous. No one had even been in a movie so so it is entirely possible. We've gotta go out. You got to be a champion and social media. You've got to help your own cause and fucking do it like so I i. I'm not going to get involved in the rest of this shit about it of how there's not enough roles there is for filmmakers. Who who actually make films now? Don't it don't bitch just because it's a higher budget. Oh Hey I'm not in a studio movie that there's GonNa be seen around the world none of us are dude and none of us are guaranteed that ever ever in this life any actor you to you've had a million additions. None of us are guaranteed a role in anything no matter race. Whatever we are? She's she's not a thing So that being said I. Do you know if we're going to go down. The Diversity Road Aquafina was probably the biggest snub right she was great and You know the rest of them that are bitching about like Jennifer Lopez. No I Jennifer. It does not diversity thing that is someone that thinks blessed thinks they're better than they are and like your great Jennifer Lopez like you look great. You can dance your ass off your great and interviews. You really can get something made in good for you but as far as acting you you have never ever been good and it just doesn't happen like that and some acting and acting and singing. Yeah so the things that you're known for are you can't really do that well. And you're you're just good enough that all of your other stuff pushes you over the line pushes you over the finish line but but I heard that movie was good wasn't amazing And you got a lot of hype for it because you're Jennifer I Lopez And I think the story was good. It's a real real store. It's based on a real article troopers on a real woman's life who's now suing them have been part of it but You aren't Oskar Worthy I. I will be. I don't think I'll see the day it will be. It would be a sad day if Jennifer Lopez got nominated for any acting for for an Oscar for anything other than like writing a song writing a song or dancing somewhere but The acting thing she's been really at it for a a long time and If it hasn't happened by now I don't think it ever is a constant. Woo was horrible in that movie since Woo. WHO's that she's this Asian diva Gal from fresh off? The boat suppressed. She's All over the press for horrible diva comments entitled Bullshit. Shit and air go. She wasn't that great in that movie. so no I mean that's not A. That's not going to happen when I night. If they're surprised that's that's interesting to me. Yeah they're surprised. I mean I don't know the only one that people were bitching about as Lupita for us I saw us. She was fantastic in. Its however people did not really dig that movie and I I think that was the thing that was weighing down. Wasn't that her. Performance was great but People just did not dig that movie. The I didn't get it me personally early on at the end And I think that was what through that off ultimately And then the other one was the White Guy Guy that Taryn Edgerton for rocket man sang every song acted in the entire movie What happened with that movie? I don't know and like we have to see it like I don't know we were gone. Say anything else about it. But I just don't know what happened and it didn't best pictures but they are really like I mean it's almost like fake to you make it right like they're just saying it's so the amazing so that people like I saw. Maybe it's me right you go. Maybe it's me that's really what they're making you think but maybe it wasn't good would maybe he wasn't good. Maybe he can sing but there was a disconnect somewhere else. I don't know I wanna see you don't know what happened with that. Move I gotta a C frozen to snubbed. I don't get that either. Made one point two billion dollars so far it keeps going by the way you cannot knock out how to train your dragon from that top spot. I mean it's been years but how many fucking times you're gonNA nominate those things. They they just keep making them and they just keep getting nominated almost like dog man whose dog man I don't know but it's it's a number Number One New York Times the dog knocks everybody out dog man and You Know Laura dern Awesome Brad Pitt. This is his year. Like I said it's a Pizano. He's GonNa Wind Up. Hit US on this so this year I think walking but then nineteen seventeen. Probably a I don't know I mean I don't know many other snobs. Marc Cohn nominated for anything. Is Sir score original song or anything was he. Did you have anything to show. I will say I don't I like how the Oscar didn't just put a woman in there just to appease yes because like. I said this isn't the time like I liked that. They're like not our fault bro. You guys figure it out you start champion. PNG Champion women. You the exacts need to think about it more not us. We are literally just watching the movies that have been made and choosing the best ones. Sure you guys are the ones that make him the Oscars for all I know. Don't make movies. Do they know they don't make movies. They don't hire actors they don't hire directors. It is not their fault. Someone is at fault at large but like right now is too late. And it's not the time so the Oscarssowhite whatever the Oscars so mail whatever little uncomfortable but at the same time right now is too late to start bitching about it. Look too long Betcha longtime ago. Keep moving forward. If you were out there bitching about it. Make Your own movie for real as what I mean but no but if you want to change things make movies make your on. TV shows like start to do it. Well maybe the big you know the people that do give people money for movies. Whatever that may be even if it's a loan from the bank everyone all of those people need to start listening to? Maybe that's who they're talking to. I hope not talking to the Oscars. You're talking to the people that actually give opportunities and if you're only giving them to who picks the scripts I don't know who picks the actors. I don't know a lot of it. Look a lot of these movies depend on. Hey I'm a producer named scripts right. Can you get a name. So it's the producers that find the script and then they get correct. Okay so we'll take my first movie It took me four and a half years to get it made. I went through and a document of the process. I went through one hundred and forty three meetings and On the last one guy who you know at this point it was right before like iphones like two thousand six or seven or whatever. It was I show up my Thomas Guide and it's a fucking guide shitty diner and van is who booked their I mean a dirt hole like there was probably five table fucking thing and I'm like Chris I'm not going to meet the guys GonNa Financement movie in this Shit Hole. We sit down. We have a normal breakfast of Basic Shit Sonny side up. They only knew how to make like three kinds of eggs. There you know nothing it's not your L. A.. Place is what I'm trying to say. Okay it seems like a middle of America place again again in no way shape or form though. I think this is GonNa Finance my movie. He looks at me and he goes look I can do. This takes a cocktail napkin. Rates Down Ten names and he goes slides it across crosses table he goes you get me one of these names as your lead. You'll be shooting in six weeks that's it and that's how it works the rest of it you can cast everyone and this blah blah blah. That's one of those people I knew on there and sure enough six weeks later we were shooting. But that's often it's in how it works now if you're at a studio right the process to go through that it is. You're selling a script in idea. I typically not a director typically not an actor actor. It helps your 'cause if you have an actor or director attached but sometimes that is hard you want to get the writers paid I I so it depends on your agents. But that's usually they'll shop the script I if it's really fucking good. If it's pretty good but you have look good actor attached. The studio will come in and make that script grates. But they're and to have that actor attached and I've seen this process a million fucking times at this point so I don't know the if you're a producer out there a black producer I would start with attaching actors first first and then going into the studio and saying look. Here's the movie or making it with with these people. Yes or no but other than that. You're going to have to start shooting things independently and you do have the access of Youtube and everything else right now to brandon Rogers for example. I think comedy's movies and TV is probably the lowest period we've ever had for for true comedy. We are not afraid to offend anyone. The Brian Rodgers been on our show numerous times just because we were not even known in real life Until then he's making the Shit I've ever seen on Youtube right now in today's current climates. It is fucking crazy and hilarious. He plays a million different characters. He's turned down multiple deals because he's a Do It on my own and Youtube is absolutely making fun of money and then it comes to the point where comedy central calls and says. Hey how much. And we'll let you you do what you want. And he's going through that process right now. It is all possible so I have a hard time with that I do well. We're GONNA have to just agree to disagree on this which is totally fine. People can totally disagree on enough and be fine. But we'll just have to leave it at that where I think it's more difficult for certain people to get opportunities and you say.

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"judy dench" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Amped about having a movie there they probably make muffins so wherever you are in America America. This is your dream you can certainly do it. You can cast you can whoever you want and you can write your own scripts and tell your own stories now whether or not they become massive worldwide hits. This is always out of your hands always. There's nothing you can ever do about that. I'm sure there's fuck take cats. For example cats was one hundred hundred fifty million dollars. They sunk everything into it if you look at that. That's that script on paper right. You have fucking Taylor swift swift. You've WHO's at Helen. Mirren or no Dame Judi Dench. Oh Yeah Judy. dench Oscar funnier. Yeah James Cordon Written Idris Elba. You have the WHO's who of everybody across the board in four people saw that movie so it doesn't matter how expensive or how cheap it is. You do have the ability to have the same fucking thing same opportunity. These movies Blair witch in Shutout for thirteen grand like it is possible. Is it hard yes but it will never ever stop being hard and the guy who directed caffeine promise. You isn't going to be directing movies for very long time. Yeah just because he's the guy who directed cats that's and I find it very telling that even Taylor Swift didn't get nominated today At all your best Song Nope we're getting cast the fuck out of here Bro. Yeah we're GONNA pretend it never happened so I'll get off my soapbox put filmmaker at home or woman or a fucking member of LGBTQ or whatever I mean shuts it is possible. It's been done. It's been proven like but you're going to have to do it yourself if you're if if you're gonNA bitch about it do it For Real there's plenty of talent plenty of people that want to help you BACHMAN range as fifteen. That was crowd funded one point two million dollars just based on what people. Hey Man I believe in you and I wanna see this. Nobody in that casts cast is super famous. We got the money we hired famous people afterwards but the the cast that we sold that movie on knows famous. No one in a movie so so it is entirely possible. We've gotta go out. You got to be a champion and social media. You've got to help your own cause and fucking do it like so I i. I'm not going to get involved in the rest of this shit about it of how there's not enough roles there is for filmmakers. Who who actually make films now? Don't it don't bitch just because it's a higher budget. Oh Hey I'm not in a studio movie that there's GonNa be seen around the world none of us are dude and none of us are guaranteed that ever ever in this life any actor you to you've had a million additions. None of us are guaranteed a role in anything no matter race. Whatever we are? She's she's not a thing So that being said I. Do you know if we're going to go down. The Diversity Road Aquafina was probably the biggest snub right she was great and You know the rest of them that are bitching about like Jennifer Lopez. No I Jennifer. It does not diversity thing that is someone that thinks blessed thinks they're better than they are and like your great Jennifer Lopez like you look great. You can dance your ass off your great and interviews. You really can get something made in good for you but as far as acting you you have never ever been good and it just doesn't happen like that and some acting and acting and singing. Yeah so the things that you're known for are you can't really do that well. And you're you're just good enough that all of your other stuff pushes you over the line pushes you over the finish line but but You know I heard. That movie was good wasn't amazing And you got a lot of hype for it because you're Jennifer I Lopez And I think the story was good. It's a real real store. It's based on a real article troopers on a real woman's life who's now suing them part of it but You aren't Oskar Worthy I. I will be verified. I don't think I'll see the day it will be. It would be a sad day if Jennifer Lopez got nominated for any acting for for an Oscar for anything other than like writing a song writing a song or dancing somewhere but The acting thing she's been really at it for a a long time and If it hasn't happened by now I don't think it ever is a constant. Woo was horrible in that movie since Woo. WHO's that she's this Asian diva Gal from fresh off? The boat suppressed. She's All over the press for horrible diva comments entitled Bullshit. Shit and Era Go. She wasn't that great in that movie. so no I mean that's not A. That's not going to happen when I night. If they're surprised that's that's interesting to me. Yeah they're surprised. I mean I don't know the only one that people were bitching Shinbashi. LUPITA for us I saw us. She was fantastic in. Its however people did not really dig that movie and I I think that was the thing that was weighing down. Wasn't that her. Performance was great but People just did not dig that movie. The I didn't get it me personally early on at the end and I think that was what through that off ultimately And then the other one was the White Guy Guy that Taryn Edgerton for rocket man sang every song acted in the entire movie What happened with that movie? I don't know and like we have to see it like I don't know we were gone. Say anything else about it. But I just don't know what happened and it didn't best pictures but they are really like I mean it's almost like fake to you make it right like they're just saying it's so the amazing so that people like I saw. Maybe it's me right you go. Maybe it's me that's really what they're making you think but maybe it wasn't good would maybe he wasn't good. Maybe he can sing but there was a disconnect somewhere else. I don't know I wanna see you don't know what happened with that. Move I gotta a C frozen to snubbed. I don't get that either. Made one point two billion dollars so far it keeps going by the way you cannot knock out how to train your dragon from that top spot. I mean it's been years but how many fucking times you're gonNA nominate those things. They they just keep making them and they just keep getting nominated almost like dog man whose dog man I don't know but it's it's a number Number One New York Times the dog knocks everybody out dog man and You Know Laura dern Awesome Brad Pitt. This is his year. Like I said it's a Pizano. He's GonNa Wind Up. Hit US on this so this year I think walking but then nineteen seventeen. Probably a I don't know I mean I don't know many other snobs. Marc Cohn nominated for anything. Is Sir score original song or anything was he. Did you have anything to show. I will say I don't I like how the Oscar didn't just put a woman in there just to appease Because like I said this isn't the time like I liked that. They're like not our fault. Bro You guys figure it out you start champion. PNG Champion women. You the exacts need to think about it more not us. We are literally just watching the movies that have been made and choosing the best ones. Sure you guys are the ones that make him the Oscars for all I know. Don't make movies. Do they know they don't make movies. They don't hire actors they don't hire directors. It is not their fault. Someone is at fault at large but like right now is too late. And it's not the time so the Oscarssowhite whatever the Oscars so mail. Whatever I mean? It's a little uncomfortable but at the same time right now Is Too late to start bitching about it. Look too long Betcha longtime ago. Keep moving forward. If you were out there bitching about it. Make Your own movie for real as what I mean but no but if you want to change things make movies make your on. TV shows like start to do it. Well maybe the big you know the people that do give people money for movies. Whatever that may be even if it's a loan from the bank everyone all of those people need to start listening to? Maybe that's who they're talking to. I hope not talking to the Oscars. You're talking to the people that actually give opportunities and if you're only giving them to who picks the scripts I don't know who picks the actors. I don't know a lot of it. Look a lot of these movies depend on. Hey I'm a producer named scripts right. Can you get a name. So it's the producers that find the script and then they get correct. Okay so we'll take my first movie It took me four and a half years to get it made. I went through and a document of the process. I went through one hundred and forty three meetings and On the last one guy who you know at this point it was right before like iphones like two thousand six or seven or whatever. It was I show up on my Thomas Guide and it's a fucking guide shitty diner and van is who booked their I mean dirt hole like there was probably Fi- table fucking thing and I'm like Chris I'm not going to meet the guys GonNa Financement movie in this Shit Hole. We sit down. We have a normal breakfast of Basic Shit Sonny side up. They only knew how to make like three kinds of eggs. There you know nothing it's not your L. A.. Place is what I'm trying to say. Okay it seems like a middle of America place again again in no way shape or form though. I think this is GonNa Finance my movie. He looks at me and he goes look I can do. This takes a cocktail napkin. Rates Down Ten names and he goes slides across crosses table. He goes you get me one of these names as your lead. You'll be shooting in six weeks that's it and that's how it works the rest of it you can cast everyone and this blah blah blah. That's one of those people I knew on there and sure enough six weeks later we were shooting. But that's often it's in how it works now if you're at a studio right the process to go through that it is. You're selling a script in idea. I typically not a director typically not an actor actor. It helps your 'cause if you have an actor or director attached but sometimes that is hard you want to get the writers paid I I so it depends on your agents. But that's usually they'll shop the script I if it's really fucking good. If it's pretty good but you have look good actor attached. The studio will come in and make that script grates. But they're and to have that actor attached and I've seen this process a million fucking times at this point so I don't know if you're a producer out there a black producer I would start with attaching actors first first and then going into the studio and saying look. Here's the movie or making it with with these people. Yes or no but other than that. You're going to have to start shooting things independently and you do have the access of Youtube and everything else right now to brandon Rogers for example I think comedy's movies and TV is probably the lowest period we've ever had for for true comedy. We are not afraid to offend anyone. The Brian Rodgers been on our show numerous times just because we were not even known in real life Until then he's making the Shit I've ever seen on Youtube right now in today's current climates. It is fucking crazy and hilarious. He plays a million different characters. He's turned down multiple deals because he's a Do It on my own and Youtube is absolutely making fun of money and then it comes to the point where comedy central calls and says. Hey how much. And we'll let you you do what you want. And he's going through that process right now. It is all possible so I have a hard time with that I do well. We're GONNA you have to just agree to disagree on this which is totally fine. People can totally disagree on enough and be fine. But we'll just have to leave it at that where I think it's more difficult for certain people to get opportunities and you say.

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"judy dench" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

11:10 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Less Less than man realizes she can never build a life without him sandler when she pops in the videotape of of her daughter performing memory from cats. And he's not paying attention. She says she didn't cry. When when Mabel saying cats and he's like he's like I saw it on Broadway? It wasn't as good good. Okay every single minute of that movie. I think I liked it at the time but yeah I don't even remember that God as one of the best movie going experience my life Thelma I gotta see the film. I have a theory about how you can make it perfect. It does need a little bit of editing but not as much and not wear I think most people think it needs it. In fact Paul Thomas US Anderson was such a big fan of that movie he like he helped shut appetite at the final edit of it because he loved the film so much and I'm right there with them but but I feel like I've kind of been on on on a single track train here this whole time about like when you do something like cats. Sorry when did you something like that. You have to commit a- ah like even if you don't believe in what you're saying you have to commit to that idea one hundred percent and and funny funny people judd. Appetite could be in my opinion he could have been the next James L. Brooks. He could the next truly truly truly meaningful successful and like human humanists. You know what I mean like you look at movies like terms of endearment broadcast news as good as it gets like these films and the shows like the simpsons. The James L. Brooks is the mastermind remind behind it. All James L. Brooks is also the mastermind behind like fucking Jerry Maguire. He Godfather people into their into their fruition. Like Cameron Crowe And he really loves people so much so that he gave people the time to be people which is why it films are so long which is also why judd appetites films or so long and the reason why knocked up was a game changing. It was because it was the first stone gets girl pregnant comedy. That wasn't own. Yuck Yuck fest that didn't sacrifice you know it would let scenes breathe. It would let things be it. Would you know what I mean. It would let things taper off and like like like they do in our life you know what I mean which made it feel more personal. I mean he's he at his best. Jet Appetite can be the king of making his personal life feel universal right and and funny people to me at times while I think knocked up his best film funny people to me at times it it like the story vickers flying too close to the sun in the within his the wax in his wings melts right. You're like I feel like at times times like Japa- towel like his wings weren't even melting. He was getting closer closer son. Egypt suddenly realized how big the Sun wasn't that freaked him out so he flew away. He's too afraid to not be like these too afraid to not be successful in. He's too afraid to not be funny. And it shows there there are cop out moments in funny people and not many but just enough to where you know that the guy who made this is not confident easing season he may be smart and he may be brave but he's not confident and because we can smell confidence a mile away just like we can smell competence attend some mile away. Sure what I mean and and with cats like I said some of the changes. They made a wonderful wonderful. Like in the play. Mr Off lease is He's a He's kind of a showboat. You know what I mean like the whole ending is him. You just like yeah. You're right I never. was there ever cat as clever as me. You know. Like that's his attitude in this by making him the kind of love interest to the main character and having him come into who is own that in that song. All while being the most noxious catchy song in the movie. It's also the most emotional inordinate. You do. Feel an emotional channel Finale to Mr Moustapha lease you know So they do things like that. I thought were really wonderful but other times the changes they made with like. Oh that's going to be too weird like Oh we need a bad guy or lay. Oh we need more rebel Wilson. You know or we'd you know there are too many of those decisions in it as well I do. I do want to point out. The film gets a lot of criticism for adding the new song. Beautiful Ghosts And just being there like like pathetic quote unquote pathetic attempt to get an Oscar nomination. Right I actually think it's organic the redesign of the whole project because by adding a main character actor you can't have a main character and not give her a song yet at that makes total sense so that that that actually worked very well for me and I thought that the song was was pretty good you know. I thought that it was all right. Yeah like like you know. It's it's it's it's that he's these. Were pretty good. I think that the hook the idea now. They're just beautiful. Ghosts is really nice But yeah you just. You've got to be confident in yourself and we've gotTA stop making movies. I was the problem with with risers. skywalker that's problem with most movies that have problem with is. I'm so sick and tired of filmmaker saying like do you like that. Is that okay. Is that okay this okay right. Oh I'm sorry I'm sorry here here here here sorry my bad. Yeah if there's one thing going into this new decade that we could do away hey with would hopefully be that. Yeah I I get a bad rap for you know like the people. Try To label me a contrarian but I think the the fact that I'm able to articulate everything that I that I express I think helps kind of squashed that idea but I love having you on the show Joe. Ah God Russia I I you know. Well cer- movies like serenity. Movies like Velvet buzzsaw these they are radical and I love a bit I love radical. May my first puzzle piece was Fritz. The cat you know what I mean I love radical but man nothin' thin radical gets to me in the way that Jerry Maguire. Does you know what I mean and so right now I feel a little. I don't know it's like I fill it funky because it's like the only stuff that I'm able to really grab onto is the radical stuff but the only speak to me anymore because I don't feel that there's was any like conventional well-thought out movies made for people my age. You know like I was really holding out for marriage story last year and God damn it. It sucked lagging. You know you watch that movie and you go. No wonder why you broke up with a y you and your wife got divorced Baumbach. You're you're an idiot but like but cats you know it's A. I do appreciate that. They tried to go a little more conventional with the narrative But they just didn't do with confidence. Ray Did it because they had to not because they wanted to. Brian makes makes that makes sense flop at times. Feel like the movie. There you go well I got to last things. I'm going to mention their kind in many pieces just little moments before we do the finish puzzle here and after my dogs stop squeaking Harvey. Do you want to be in assist this podcast. Is that what you're trying to do. It's because his whole podcast. There's been a cat staring at me the whole time. So these two quick things I wanted to mentioned First of all the acting style which I'm sure is very heavily influenced by the play itself but also reminded me of the moment zoo. Lander we're when Mugabe and his assistant todd he had each other making weird faces. Yes yes excellent. I love that so ridiculous. I love it The other quick thing I wanted to mention was I was surprised. How quiet a lot of the numbers were and it just reminded me a little bit of during a quiet place when you could could hear everybody like slowly reaching in their bag of popcorn a little bit of popcorn because it's so fucking quiet? Yeah I was just shocked act by that well because the whole play is about the idea of being haunted by death and like worrying that maybe it's a solution to like a life you know filling your life with stuff and I and vices instead of actually living a life because you know you're going to die anyway and like is religion plays about as deep as movie right. Well no no. It's a deep ass. Play the movie the movie I think some people knew that that's what it was about and good on them like Judy. Judy dench to As a as old deuteronomy old did Ronnie's is is a male character Ryan player that and the song that she sings at the end is also also added. But it's like made from pieces of other songs in the play like kind of Frankenstein and then also added to it. I did forget I want to mention that. Like I think the anchor for this movie. I think the thing that's going to keep it afloat in the thing that it's going to that might actually either keep it afloat or sink. It is that for the future. Is that the scene with Ian. mckellen is so good that even the most cynical people who watch that they get emotional watching his seen as gusts right and and like when I saw it here in la La especially like all the laughter stopped for about six minutes. You know what I mean. Because it's beautiful like his is and not only is his performed suitable but the love that that That old deuteronomy obviously has for us. She loves gusts. She loves is him. You know just the way she looks at how happy she is for him when he finishes his performance. And how you that love you feel it so suddenly in the middle of this movie that everybody everybody wants to treat like the new troll to suddenly you get that. Oh no way. Maybe this is just beyond us for better or worse you now now and I think that might keep it from being the room or showgirls or entertain officers thing. You know it's funny. I actually in my notes here I have written down. I didn't know Whether or not people are connecting more at any one actor or anything like that but I have written down here Ian mckellen seems to you actually love what he's doing in this movie like he's used to really be into. This role is beautiful like he starts out kind of silly with rubbing his head and Shit but.

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"judy dench" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Jeanne scored Judy Dench chase in the room the Duracell by Jennifer Hudson Ian McKellen Taylor swift rebel Wilson and introducing Francesca Hey word now is the time to make the choice cat this film is not yet ready in theaters Christmas directed by Tom Hooper hi welcome to metro Hey my daughter here that me that if we switch to metro we can get two phones and a tablet for free actually I said when we switched to make sure we get to awesome phones and a brand new tablet for free so what do you say to that I'd say to try it thank you on route two phones and a tablet for free only at metro the sales tax activation after reading the course to voice lines of sixty dollars for a plan that would offer for phone numbers broken in essence when you're are you motors you already know eastern's automotive group has thousands of the highest quality vehicles to choose from you know every vehicle has been rigorously inspected and is backed by a seven day return policy but have you seen how eastern continues to step it up in our community they pay it forward on fox five DC and find a road to a better community on CBS ninety C. so you can feel good about the company your doing business with eastern dot com slash community today to nominate someone in our community or just check out what they're doing that's eastern dot com slash community meeting now I will your days hi welcome to this ad for new subways fighter starting at one eighty nine each how do you want to cheer squad give me a one eighty what what spell anything.

"judy dench" Discussed on V103

V103

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on V103

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"judy dench" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on AP News

"Your listening to the AP digital news network he's the new pope John Malkovich leads today's birthday roundup starring in the sequel to the series the young pope I'd very much like the first series and interested me specially because the Vatican or or or religion wouldn't necessarily be natural fields of interest for me rockets talking with celluloid video he sixty six actress Judi Dench says he had a career in theater in mind as a young woman but it shifted slightly early on that I would you want to be a design and I went to the fifty to see it distracts soul and I I have never seen anything like it and I thought that's what I'm going I'm going to try to Judy Dench on Fairfield hall she's eighty five and the Big Bang theory wrapped up earlier this year with Simon Helberg now working on the Amazon distributed musical and that will also do is Nicolas Cage impression when requested you know I have some suspenders but they're actually made of alpaca fur coat and they go great with my my pterodactyl pants prehistoric out fence Helberg on Larry King now he's thirty nine and that's our birthday round up for December ninth I'm Bob Kessler Renee operation while a prolific actor best known for his roles on a Star Trek series and a movie the sitcom Benson and the nineteen seventy film mash has died he played father John Mulcahy in mass the military chaplain who played straight man to the doctor's antics and it was his first significant film role check with the military because office you see I cannot give absolution to a man who's about to commit suicide on ABC's Benson he was Clayton Endicott the third the hopelessly highbrow chief of staff in the governor's mansion and for sci fi fans he was Odo the shapeshifting changeling and head of space station security on Star Trek Deep Space the wheels youngest prime ministers being tempted become Finland's government leader Santamarina thirty four year old transport minister was voted to the post by the ruling Social Democratic Party cancel late on Sunday she's been the party's vice chairwoman and served until this week as minister for transport and communications lawmakers are likely to approve the appointment of marine and a new government quickly so she can represent Finland at the E. U. leaders summit in Brussels later this week bars response I'm a Donahue women AP news minute Attorney General William Barr is rejecting the justice department's watchdog's findings backing the opening of the rush investigation calling the investigation intrusive the watchdog found no evidence of political bias these findings undercut president trump's claim he was the target of a witch hunt in the impeachment inquiry there been some tense moments along party lines Wisconsin Republican Jim Sensenbrenner objected to the chair Jerrold Nadler order the committee is not in order and the chairman is not in order it is not a point of order the committee is in order the well would you rule on my original point of order you the original point of what it was not very nice people does not they said that their lawyers badgering the witness Democrats say president trump's push to have Ukraine investigate Joe Biden while at the same time with holding US military aid benefited Russia as well as himself Republicans say the evidence against the president is riddled with hearsay presumptions and speculation I met Donahue AP digital news back in a moment thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books.

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"judy dench" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on AP News

"Judy Dench on Fairfield hall she's eighty five and the Big Bang theory wrapped up earlier this year with Simon Helberg now working on the Amazon distributed musical and that will also do is Nicolas Cage impression when requested you know I have some suspenders but they're actually made of alpaca fur they go great with my my pterodactyl pants prehistoric out fence Helberg on Larry King now he's thirty nine and that's our birthday round up for December ninth I'm Bob Kessler the prestigious Turner prize for art has been awarded to well everyone organizer say all four of the finalists of one this year's award after the road to the jury and asked to be treated as a collective Lawrence Abu have done Helen Catholic Oscar Morello anti shanties said that in a divided world they wanted the prize to quote make a collective statement to the name of commonality multiplicity and solidarity in art as in society jury president Alex Farquharson said award jurors agreed unanimously to the request usually the Turner prize winner receives thirty two thousand dollars on the runners up five grand this year the four artists can divide the entire prize pot however they wish the word was presented Tuesday at the Turner contemporary gallery in Margate southeast England for the first time word getting a list of vape brands most commonly linked to the nationwide outbreak of vaping related illnesses most of the nearly twenty three hundred people who suffered a long damage had vape to liquids that contain T. H. C. the high inducing part of marijuana in a report released Friday the CDC listed the products most often cited by patients dank vapes was the brand used by fifty six percent of the hospitalized patients nationwide the thing about doing the vapes is it's not a licensed product coming from one business it's empty packaging that can be ordered from Chinese internet sites Alyssa vaping cartridge makers can buy the empty packages and then fill them with whatever they want other product names at the top of the list from the CDC were T. K. O. smart cards and roll I'm Ben Thomas with an A. P. news minute the twenty one year old second lieutenant in the royal Saudi Air Force the FBI has identified the shooter in Friday's attack at a naval base in Florida FBI special agent in charge Rachel row house we are as we do in most active shooter investigations work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism a US official says the gunman apparently went on Twitter shortly before the shooting to blast US support of Israel and accuse America of being anti Muslim however the FBI says no other arrests have been made so far in all international students at the base have been accounted for a federal appeals court will consider whether Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar star Nayef received a fair trial in the city where the bombs exploded his lawyers are trying to get his death sentence overturned they argue it was impossible to find a fair jury in Boston because the explosions traumatized the region LOC will play Oklahoma and Ohio state will face defending champion Clemson in the college football playoff those games will both be played December twenty eighth with the national championship set for January thirteenth in New Orleans I got a hope restored together and we're sharing my umbrella here who voiced Sesame Street.

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"judy dench" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And he's here. Kevin, welcome back to the show. Thank you so much. It's always good to be here. All right. We got a bunch of movies this week. Let's start with all is true. Stories left to right. So lone wolves, I think a little real. Greatest down. Calmly everything. Decaying with a wife at home. You will hardly. Pretty nice. Rutan has an executive of the peace, we might have full. No, you can't tell from the voices. But Kenneth Branagh is in this thing. Judy Dench Dame Judi Dench, in McKellen, this, this is an all star. British cast a great cast and it's beautifully shot to. It's it. It's the story of Shakespeare after he left London when the globe theatre burned. And he went back home to try and settle down, and it's in his later years, he's trying to reconcile everything with his family and put his affairs in order and still recover from the emotional impact of his son dying years ago. And it's it's not as much Shakespeare's plays. It's about his life, and then particularly the last few years of his life. But like I said, it's a great cast and also just one of the ways it's beautiful. Shoot seems all lit only by candlelight with her. Just amazingly composed of well constructed film. And it's also very interesting because you may know about Shakespeare, but you may not know about the last years of his life. It is a bio pic, in that sense. So does you know it's not lickety-split. There's our big action sequences no mutants trying to kill each other with raisin and electricity or anything. It's very somber film, not necessarily for the Shakespeare fan, but people who are interested in Shakespeare, the person over the writer, would this be the dais of Shakespeare, if you know what I mean? I don't know about that. I think spread itself out more over Mozart's life has a little bit more had a little more color to it because of the conflict center involved this, it's more of a interpersonal, family drama, more than anything else. It just takes place in the sixteen hundreds and I think there's an Oregon connection here because of our Shakespeare festival down in Ashland and everybody's been there. It's kind of in our DNA. So I have a feeling a lot of people will pick up on that movie. It's called all is true. Here comes the one, I'm going to be glad that this is open now because we won't have to put up with the ads on television because they're nauseous the secret life of pets,.

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"judy dench" Discussed on X96

X96

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on X96

"My way too big. I get a little bit. Of course, relates a Looper Lucas, K Looper. John. So it's. So, yes. And he and Mary was a caddy in his early days. Anyway. It's if you're into golf your into two and a half two and a half, four loopers the caddy's long. All right, all is tree, all is true. Kenneth Brannagh playing no William Shakespeare play. He's done that before. No, he's, he's played. He's played Shakespearean character. Okay. But playing the actual guy anything there's very little actually known about Shakespeare, historically and, and so there's a lot. So this movie makes up a lot of stuff. This is after this is when he retires and goes back home to Stratford has to sort of reestablish relations with his wife. Anne Hathaway played here by Judy Dench. They should have had Anne Hathaway play it. The, the, the that ad Hathaway actually was a few years older than Shakespeare so they needed a much older. Okay. Actress cheated on her with Gwyneth Paltrow and then wrote Twelfth Night, four. I'm confused. An came and actually wrote it. The this, this is this is interesting to a point in the point is that you had to watch Kenneth Brannagh and in the makeup Shakespeare. He looks like Ben Kingsley. It's kind of weird. But acting with Dench acting with the mcallen, but a lot of it is a soap opera that you wish Shakespeare could've come in, right? Written better. The writer has been Elton who is the guy who did a lot of the Blackadder series. So it should have been it should have been better than it has been. Herat Brannagh directed this as well two and a half two and a half. All right. Let's go to fast color, s color. This is this is the one you've never heard of John hunt out immediately. This is sort of a it's, it's almost a superhero origin story in the way that, that unbreakable Shamlan movie was in that in that you're, you're, it's very low key. It's very, very low budget so that you have this young woman, it's near future sort of dystopia and waters become scarce. It's, it's, you know, everything is sort of in that realm. And she is. Basically hiding out going cross country trying to get to someplace in and avoid people chasing her. She has seizures that cause earthquakes. Gals earth Cosworth. She was she. She is a same superpower. She has a, a sort. Yes. Mutant could be a curse curse. But yeah, she one point you see her. She has a seizure, and then, like they're registering at, you know, seismographs places. She's trying to get she's trying to get home to her to her, mom and to the daughter that she gave that she basically gave up at birth, and who's now twelve so she's played by Google about the raw who you know, from a lot of movies. She was beauty of the beast and. Oh, she was the mom and wrinkle in time. Okay. So and. It is. It is like I said, it's very low key, but his it's basically a tight thriller in domestic drama around in that. And it is really good. I mean, if you temper your expectations, you're not going to get the big, you know, it's no special no hundred million dollars. Fi light show. Yeah. But it is really good. It's worth, it's worth seeking out. It's funny. The broadway. And a three and a half started three and a half directed by a woman Jimmy Hart, whose husband was the guy who held up the card that said moonlight won the Oscar. All right. We'll get to secret life of pets and dark Phoenix coming up in the next break crash.

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Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

08:14 min | 2 years ago

Kenneth Branagh talks 'All Is True'

"Everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And we have a movie now called all is true. It is the story of William Shakespeare in his later years. It stars my friend here Kenneth Branagh who also directed it. And did God knows what else, you know? Can I think it's kind of amazing? We were talking a little bit before about when I first encountered you which was you playing a Henry the fifth onscreen, which he directed as well as started Oscar nominations for both things. This was a Henry who was just filled with youth and vigor and was going to take on the world and everything and it was. This fresh vigorous approach to what Shakespeare is. And now, you're playing Shakespeare himself in his later years has that make you feel on usual. Unusual very privileged. Because the in a way, you know, Henry the fifth was a it was an amazing opportunity to have as a young actor, and a sort of virgin filmmaker and really was any possible because there were lots of other equally sorts of adventurous maverick figures in terms of the produces and an all sorts of other people who were taking a chance on me. I remember talking to the late. Great psalm. Go when junior when we were releasing that film in America saying cannot, please please, please. I I know I'm I'm I'm twenty I'm nobody another, but complete can I make two requests on the post police. Could you include two names, one is Judi Dench who I promise you people will know about sued they will know about and the other one pleases William Shakespeare, without whom none of us would be here. Why credit the writer well, just different additional dialogue anyway. But it was he was just too concerned about what was going. To get people into the side. No problem listening to a smart, man. He news who knew his market. But I suppose the send if things I keep sort of saying the same thank yous to people like Judy Dench shoop stuck with me through a journey through shakes. Things have you done with her? I mean we worked about together by seven times. And she's directed me. A couple of times and I've directed her. I've always learned from her and a couple of years ago, we did Shakespeare's play the winter's tale, which was really a prelude to making this film. All is true because she played Pauline a- a woman who speaks truth to power, and she puts my character in that play on a man who makes stupid mistake and loses a child as a result. She puts into the test puts into the sold, and that sort of ten ship became a starting point for Ben Elton thinking about how might Anne Hathaway and William Shakespeare's relation be after twenty years of him being away as the most famous of the agent and coming back to face the family. That's the the whole crux of the story. He's got this wife who he basically has neglected. Fully and two daughters and a dead son memories dealing with. But I always here we know nothing about what really happened in terms of what was going on and Shakespeare's life. So how does this come about that you get to play him at in sixteen thirteen when he's basically retired after the old gulp Peter burns down. He's going on. Well, belts looked at the existing facts factual as we knew them that appear in the Public Record Office. And so you'll find that on on a day in June of sixteen fourteen Joan lane stood up in the church. Holy trinity church in Stratford, and he called Shakespeare's daughter a whore. And he said she had gonna RIA and that she was sleeping with the a man who was not her husband. This is in public record quite clear. Everybody knew about it created a sensation because Shakespeare was returning celebrity and in the case of of someone so creatively prolific to come back to a tiny town. And a long way from London, and and after thirty seven plays in a great success workout, what to do even let alone what to say to a wife and daughters, who as you say been neglected, and who have if you think of in terms of the plays that he wrote we're to have plenty to say about what he might or might not have done or said in his terms. He's gonna he's gonna come to terms with how that sits, you know, the the this idea of what it's like for genius to deal with old and rely was also in the in the core of what we were trying to look at Ben Elton who did this works on in a very humorous way. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. But that's it. He's coming up and people are saying who the hell are you, you know. And I think what again one of the fascinating about Shakespeare's. How elusive he is. You know, there are probably about twenty five about him in the public record of his places. He was things that happened during the course of his life, but many people find it hard to join the. The idea of the fellow we present who may not have gone to drama school comes from a relatively lower class and REO in small country town and goes off into the world and can write plays about Rome and Egypt. And and it's Lee, and and and politics and religion and do so without having had the classical education without being as whether classical idea of genius, lured by remand bad and dangerous to know living glamorous life of public scandal. That sound great. I'd buy some of that. But Shakespeare seems to go pups, you know, exemplify what flow BAC, hold when he described the autistic life and said, you need to be boys watering, your private life and revolutionary in your creative life, and you might argue that about Shakespeare, but but that that that's sort of contradiction tension between the ordinary man and the man capable of extrordinary creative output to me you so touching so point. So Shakespeare because he he often in his own. Own place. He pulls the rug from under the feet of grandiloquent people saying, you know, what? In the end, you're all going to need company. You're going to need help at the end of your life. You're all going to require a you're all you need a support that comes from very simple contact with human beings. It isn't all about being some grand Queen or king. Even if he writes, very well about them his genius. I think he's writing about the nitty gritty in love, isn't it? Yeah. It's kind of amazing that in terms of film television. Whatever we don't really get that much of him. We really don't. So you I'm watching this. And I'm thinking, okay. Here's the he's coming home that heroes coming on, and nobody really wants them. Yes. Everybody's white says really, you know. And also that they were illiterate, basically, women just weren't taught obsoleted. So so a lot Benneton I think to give a modern voice in the film to women who. Had not been listened to. And it didn't matter to them that father, even then was lauded as the as the poet of the age, his, you know, clear and present responsibility as a parent, and as a husband with something that they they challenge, and and they challenge indeed as most families experience, even with the most high-achieving mother or father out there in the world being spectacular comeback to your own, you know, kitchen table, and you're just a member of that family and people are are unimpressed in the tension. That accrues is important one of the things I admire about Shakespeare is that he does come back to stop. But he does he does. He does fess up. You know, he he they stay married, and we investigate and explore the idea of what what it meant when this is true in in Shakespeare's will he left his wife? His second best bed and many people. Regard this great slight or a snob or in front. We take a different view that might have that might actually be a layer of meaning in that that suggest Papp's. It's a it's more than a friendly. Gesture might even be a loving gesture. The title was originally

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"judy dench" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

14:01 min | 3 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Like that anymore. Right. So I do want to say thank you to Nick. Because he did point something. He's always very polite and making Boston big Trump guy. But he said something that I hadn't really thought about and it's true. It's cool. He realized that I didn't even realize it. He says I live by my wits, and that's true. I live by my wits. I mean who knows what's gonna come across that phone, and I'm really working without a net. It's true. And I appreciate it. And thank you for realizing that. It's open lines with the game. I kind of like not just doing the game rather than have a series of. Hello. This is my answer. Goodbye. Hello. This is my answer. Goodbye. It's kind of open lines with the game. You can talk about other stuff like make did. And one of the things if anybody listening, I got a mold problem in my leather jacket. How do I get mold? How do we make it? Stop. In the meantime, we have Kevin and Lynne. It's it's Kevin. Kevin. Bradley. Lakes. What did you do go to the hospital? We what was going on. Sleep and right through the show, which I usually don't I'm usually up to vote quarter, thirty three o'clock. So what do you got for us, man? Well, I got days of wine and roses game. Somebody got that already. Okay. How about the pizza delivery? Boy. Pizza delivery. I don't know is that is that is that Chris Christian somebody. I forget he delivered pizzas. Two women in hotel rooms, and he was a Bigalow to go. Was the what was the movie was it? Just claim of it. I believe he's a delivery boy delivery. Boy. Okay. I'm going to have to. Yeah. Did you know does that? You can't get that for free. You have to go to a special channel for that. One. Right. Pay fifty nine ninety nine for. I don't know. TV and cable because I remember watching it. So so we googled it. Mark googled, it didn't come up. What about deuce Bigalow? Deuce bigalow? Okay. All right. I'm who. Gigolo? And I don't know, man. We don't have any record of pizza delivery boy movie. Okay. Well. One screw up. Oh, let's let's put our heads together. What else? How let's say. How about James and the giant peach? Oh. About. The giant takeoff on that. Would I don't know? I think it was commercial jolly green giant. Oh, jeez. We're gonna we're gonna we're gonna put you down for James and the giant peach. All right. Thanks, man. A lot of second. The evidence that she has Indian blood. I don't care how many generations ago was she's still have tall. I mean, what is good? Does anybody really care that? She didn't align herself with a tribe. Here's the number. I'll tell you the big fuss. You put the idea is you put down that. You know, your ethnicity or whatever it is. So that people who are already can maybe get a leg up, and she's a person who didn't need one. And if she's putting down native American and getting special treatment, she says, she didn't get any special treatment ever. But doesn't mean that wasn't the the effort. It's really not the spirit of it. Even if you are technically have a drop of native American blood it set up so that folks who are minorities can get help and she didn't need help. 'cause he's rich. Okay. But it is the way definitely definitely the way. I wanna see it. Okay. I love you, man. Thank you. I'm white Anglo Saxon American Caucasian. Well, all I can say about myself. I got a couple of nationalities makeup on goal. But. Okay, brother. I will. I appreciate you checking in. Yes. Thank you. You can call. I'm going to be here two days next week. So you can call in and those two days another thing that Nick said that was pretty Nick in Boston said he thought I n a Presley could challenge successfully challenged Elizabeth Warren and the next seven Senate race. Occurs to me that that's true. Really? I mean because this she's a star. And you got Liz wine who's who's who's actually trying to do things that I like. But his tarnished and. Actually, I don't oppressively. He's the kind of person that could probably beat Warren. Presley's a great speaker. You know, and that matters, okay. Now, movies wine and dine at the movies. We have our good friend Kevin in north reading. Hello, kevin. Hello. Hello. I've heard my movies. Get picked off one by one by previous cars. I've only got one left. Okay. Mystic pizza. Good. Yeah. That's got some New England routes to Connecticut. Right. Exactly. Yeah. They have they have a nautical museum there. So you've got a lot of energy tonight. Kevin how do you have so much energy at this time of night? Insomnia. You can't sleep. Exactly little wired. How come you're way? Too much coffee. Got a problem. Worries. I just kind of screwed up my sleep schedule this week staying up too late. Tell me about it, man. Get sucked into marathon. And then it's like three in the morning, Mark. And I that's the story of our lives. Man. You get in some weird sleep patterns like was really bad. If I go to bed at seven, and I wake up at two. I know I'm sorry. I go to bed at seven I wake up at nine for two hours asleep. And then I go to bed again at noon and get two more hours of sleep. You you can get stuck in the pattern like that. All you third shift is note. I mean, it is not good. You can take a week to get out of that. The reset it. Exactly. Yeah. That's. Well, I'm here for you. So. I love it here, man. Could I Mark urinate, thirty two now? Marks at eight thirty to noon and six to eight o'clock, man. That's weird. Yeah. Does it when you get up Mark for the second after an eight-year not spaced out? All right. He says, yes, he is based on. And and we are all third shift is we are all kind of spaced out. Where rebel breed? Right everybody. Right. Mary. Right. Chris in Weymouth, right? Dolly Dorothy, Ontario. Dorothy is neither Bradley. Based out insomniacs too. Anyway, first of all, I've got a couple of movie titles. Still haven't been taken. I don't think this is an old Johnny Depp one chocolate. Chocolate. You know that one. Okay. So that's what. Julia Begnaud sh. A French girl. Yes. Judy Dench within and if I recall, I saw years ago, we love her here at all. Anything she's in and. We already got that one. So you need to come out to you. Yeah. How about this one Harvey milk milk? The movie was that gay activist. Good one. I think Shaun tan there's somebody was in that was it's an old one two very very very good one. Good. And I've got some good info for you about your beautiful leather jacket. Okay. Good while I was waiting I Google, and it came up with what I was going to suggest anyway, use a dry. Nylon brush to brush shows any of the mold and then mix equal parts of any ground water and test it on the spot, you know, just to see if it will work, and if it doesn't disolve to check they're doing any damage, if it works, then clean, the mold and wipe it clean and let it dry, and before you take off to Berlin, my fear is that it's on the inside inside the lining somewhere where I cannot access it. Oh, so it's not showing outside. Right. Let's spread it will spread. If it's inside. Bomber mould mould spread. I I need to put it in an environment that mall does not like. I feel like maybe if I put it in the bright sun in the summer. I was thinking of that if you can wait that long. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, gee, okay. I if you've got a few seconds there. I have some questions that I've been anxious to ask you, and I really really enjoy your show and even the break times the voices in their the music and their entertaining. Are they you know, they were down by David Bowie is in there. I recognize him. But how about some of the others? Are they a mix of the make up? No, I myself didn't make any of them. They were created by genius named Michael Coleman who used to work here. And he would he he made many of those for Dan Rae, and for me, and we happily still have them. They're golden nuggets. Which are are. They are playing them. It's worth sitting long distance listening to them. You have a great trip to Berlin. And check, and we'll I'm glad to get through to you before you go away next week so anxious to hear about your trip. I don't have Instagram or. Facebook. But can I pick up anything on YouTube? But do you do you put in like? So I do post I make videos, and I post them on YouTube, and it'll it'll take a couple of weeks before I post at least it's a big job. I've made videos of my movies my trips to. But wait. I do have a YouTube page with about one hundred travel videos that you can you can check out. And that's just I would just look for Bradley, Jay. Yes. Look for Bradley, Jay. And if you really want to travel or something refined J J Y C A T. I oh great. I'll look forward to that. While you're away. And if if you can't find it, then let me know, and we'll find it. Okay. I'll pursue that have a great trip. And we'll be anxious to hear about it. When you return right on? Thank you. You betcha. What a nice person she's up in Ontario. We're begging Antero Jay talking to huge in Ontario. Wine and dine at the movies movie titles with references to food or drink in them. I like this because it's it's shows ingenuity. Tootsie loved it. Kevin and Lynn pizza delivery. Boy, he said, maybe that's a movie, but we can't find it. Also, anything has you want to interject is fine. It's not. Strictly on that topic considerate. Open lines with a a sort of thread of wine and dine at the movies. I need to break. Right. Yes. Let's do that. It's busy. What are you talking about? Newsradio ten thirty. This is Dan Rae. And you know, you never have.

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"judy dench" Discussed on The Ride Through Pavilion

The Ride Through Pavilion

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"judy dench" Discussed on The Ride Through Pavilion

"Is now rotating please remain seated. Get this warning that your car that your vehicle is is turning around. And now, we're ready to we're ready to ride, but we've we've been preparation to go back to perversion who actually or. Now, I don't I just I don't know why this just always makes me laugh because there's so many rides. There's so many vehicles so many things happened. But, but for some reason, they they need they feel the need to tell you to stay inside our people panicking thinking about little mermaid like you go backwards, and that once you do you go. All right. It's a is it a halfway point in this ride? Do you think people think it's time to get off? Maybe boy that'd be. Not a fun place. Seems like it would be a little a nice. That actually has happened before. That was really awesome. That's great. Let's make any kind of wandering around. How to get back to her? So now, we're now we're going backwards. And we find ourselves. Turned around. And as we're as we're now descending kinda in the same way that we came up. It's not the same path. But in the very same kind of spiraled away we start to go down and we see above us this the star field. This is a cool practical effect, this is one of my favorite practical effects in DisneyWorld, and certainly Epcot in that is the star feels that you've seen front of you were actually these long rods and every twelve inches. Let's say there's a little small round light. A like a not a bulb like attritional like a little white ball ball of light. And so when they're all lined up, and you're kind of twisting around looking up, you get these different patterns because you're seeing your in three D space looking at these these rods with all of these multiple lights in there. And I don't think it's super cool. Can I give a limb? Do we have got a leeann hold on was let Liam see something? That when it turns around backwards. It really does lean back. I mean like you are on your back. And so for people who have some spatial. Issues like where their bodies are in space. This is a little it's not. I mean, he does. Okay. But he really likes to sit up. Yeah. He's kind of leaning for the whole time. He does his favorite part of the ride. Yeah. That's a good point. And so now, we are kind of sitting there thinking. Okay. Well, what's going on? You know, Judy Dench is still saying if you things, and then it goes, quiet. Well, actually, I think she sets it up. She seem. Oh, yes. Please. Please. While you're looking at have one more Liam thing to say. The speakers are built into the chairs of this. And so and because they're molded plastic. There's a lot of sound conductivity in the actual seat. And so leeann that is one thing that Liam really likes and all of the different. Music prompts. And and narrator speaking, it it all kind of heat can feel it all yeah, too. So really does love this ride because I mean, I said negative I about him going backwards. But because of the speaker, there's a lot of sound it's Debray shins. And and because it is on this old track. There's like some popping everyone popping. There's definitely does not jostling around very slow very calm. But there is just kind of every once in a while ago. Cajon kind of feeling that he enjoys that. It's like a surprised this is like the draw. Mountain. Yeah. So what does Dame Judi Dench say? She says, let's have some fun creating the future, shall we? Uncompetitive screen answer a few questions for us, then we'll show you a new world custom made just for you ready. Okay. So then we are asked a series of questions about our preferences. Currently, and then they will show us what our future is like and feeling I believe has something prepared here for student. Do you need to move your computer over seeking? All right. Glenn move. It. Make some noise. Maybe I should put my. Bringing up there. Make some noise. All right Vic, so no. Sorry. So based on the first question, you'll get different questions. So first question are what are you most interested in home, work health or leisure? Okay. Me. Okay. Never mind. I was going to say we're in the same role row. So let's decide together, but I would say leisure apparently. Okay. Okay. So what's on like more fun undersea or out in space under the sea? Okay. See which type of person are you? I'm a planner or I like to wing it. I like to one it. She likes to wing it. She likes to wing wing it.

Liam Judy Dench DisneyWorld leeann Vic Glenn twelve inches