9 Burst results for "Kathryn Morris"

"kathryn morris" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on Something Who

"So next up amy's choice Written by simon. Nye and directed by kathryn morris had more shirt at an amy's pregnant roy's gonna ponytail and the doctors board initial thoughts. I really enjoyed it. I enjoyed it then. I enjoy it now. Yes i'd forgotten how much it lent into the relationship aspect. I'd i'd forgotten. That is fundamentally the crux of the episodes. It's stupid of me to forgotten but i really like i really like the setup and It seems an obvious solution. But it keeps you guessing. Introduces us to the pregnant world first. So that when it flips back to the tartus where we're slightly on the back foot. Yeah thoroughly enjoyable forty. Something minutes of tv yes. It was always one of my favorites of that series but nothing to remember been overlooked at the time because of monsters empower for big arcor. Anything and just looked sposa. Bill i think to some viewers and also gaven me with the was it trailed. Was it trailed with only clips of the fake village dream worlds to encourage because because we've got ucla adult coming and going of his memory. That's we've got the use of the idea that might be time jumps. And then he's coming going in their lives so that that was supposed to set up the other that might be plausible. It skipped five years especially especially at the beginning of the series of has lots of them. Well i mean. I think that's why we were white successfully sold star trek because the eleventh hour is predicated on the idea that that is one big time jump so the fact that he would do it again doesn't seem very improbable steven moffat place. Fuster and looser think with our comfort zones in that respect. Misdirected delta explains it at the end that we don't think we've been dreamed on encourages to think it's choice between two dreams. Yes yeah and of course. That's not what the dream is done. That's what simon spoiler alert on this podcast. Just ending their feels like twenty two thousand ten long enough ago. I probably broken the etiquette of discussing old stores. No matter how old they are still supposed to go through the methodically. Rather make your first discussion points. The the climax but i him care put us everyone else. Does it draws sunny initial thoughts about amy's choice. Yeah it's pretty helpful and into the thing of seeing it as a bit of our also van may be in in series for it was an it. You'll my til bank. I count on this evening cold weather. I have seen since transmission. But some there's something he'd classic line but yeah no saudi. Saudi enjoyed it..

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on Radio Boston

"You know just diversifying. Our stages Improving accessibility in our theater spaces We've got music on the way from uca who has An album. I believe coming out In october We've got new music from red shades and other rapper There's just so much. I really encourage people to go through the list and get acquainted with these artists one by one because if you've been craving art over these past eighteen months this list will definitely definitely satiate that craving. I'm sure there are many that you really find fantastic. I wonder is was there any moment as you're getting to know these artists in their work where somebody produce something. You saw a piece of work or heard something that just stopped you in your tracks I guess i think the best part about the series is Getting to meet and speak with all of these artists as we film as we film them as we photograph them One of the artists who've really stood out to me was elizabeth deems. Perry who you actually mentioned in your opening The way that she examines not just art but police as a woman who is Is just so incisive and beautiful. Jewelry is beautiful. She's also a museum curator. i'm so her work is really incredible. And i just find it. So so inspiring. How do you find these artists. And how do you choose these artists. It's quite a process. what we do. Is we reach out to arts organizations and our stakeholders here in boston and beyond and we asked them to submit names of folks that they feel kinda fit this criteria and after they submit those names are team kind of deliberates. And then we kind of move onto this year we had judges. So we had kathryn morris rob gibbs and layla barbaro who helped us kind of decide on this final twenty-five who would be on the on the list some of the criteria that we had was that these artists had to be saying something new and different in a way that we haven't really seen before and beyond that They really have made like a new body of work..

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on Radio Boston

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on Radio Boston

"I just don't understand why there is a debate and why everyone is not vaccinated whether they want. Okay thank you danny. I appreciate that. And i do. I wanna refer everybody back and maybe we can bring the link back on this. We actually did earlier. In the pandemic we did a segment on the history of pandemic law where we learned a ton about the history of lots of local precedents usually local boards of health creating law and public policy around pandemics vaccination required medication etc. It would be an interesting one to go back to marie francis. What's your reaction to what we were just hearing from. Danny what i'm hearing. Both of your caller saying is that we have mandated required vaccinations or public health measures currently in in the past. And i'm just completely in line with that with surge. In cases it makes a lot of sense to continue something we've traditionally done. As a nation as a state as localities is to mandate public health measures. That makes sense. So charlie i evidence charlie. I'm sorry to interrupt you there. Murray francis charlie. I also want to come back to schools here. Also thinking back right to eighteen months of covering the pandemic and i remember. There was a time when it felt like everything we were talking about it. This pandemic had to do with schools. Had to do with keeping them safe. And it feels like deja vu all over again whether charlie baker wants local municipalities to make masking mandates if they want them more and more districts are more and more fights over whether or not to mask lots of concern among parents for kids going to school who are too young to get vaccinated and worries about whether or not we might see school shutdown again despite what seems to be a collective wisdom that we can't afford to do that. Do you kind of feel like there's a train wreck come in charlie. Look i think that that is a that is a unfortunately a a very. You know a very reasonable concern. I mean if you just look at what we see in terms of the numbers In terms of learning and and what went on in the last year i mean. Look it's going to take years for those students to recover from last year we have a replay of that again That is really going to be a devastating thing. You know we. We also did up two months ago. We did a We did a pole at pioneer We commissioned a poll on this kind of stuff. And i gotta tell. Your parents are not happy They are really angry And that is just really something that we have got to avoid. you know. that's why. I think that's one of the main reasons. Frankly that i think that I'm i'm getting increasingly comfortable with more More aggressive moves to ensure the vaccine and look. I don't wanna. I don't wanna i don't wanna try to underplay the whole mask issue and all that kind of stuff but i really think the vaccine is. The is the ball game at this point. I mean that's really the important issue the most important issue. Okay on that note. I am gonna turn us now to our hubs. It's time for those local stories or events. The qatar attention this week murray francis when you bring us so i'd like to spotlight an article. That just came out in the globe. On spotlight of kathryn. Morris she's a cultural leader arts community in boston. She's going to be starting a new role as director of arts and culture at the boston foundation but founded bam's boston are in music and soul festival..

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on Ologies

"Up in the wind chimes. Gosh i'd love the idea that just were kicking around walking around with a cup of tea. No idea that there are semi alive. Spiders. that are mummified in the wa- like cool even chapman Asked just how smarter they. I've heared they're much more intelligent than bees and other stinky boys and christina. Weaver wants to know. I wanna know how the parasitic wasp mind control works. How did they do it. Well What time pack there you'll k. Buddy all right well. Here's here's the thing. I think one of the reasons. I think we kinda hold. This layton envy of wasps that they're maddening. Maddeningly efficient at exploiting our every weakness. And they do it without this burden of ethics and etiquette and Moral compass that that we have to deal with and so here. They're racially successful with stimulus. Response an instinct and here. We are with these big brains and we can't remember where we parked the car and and yet san joaquin female can find her nesta dude so young they have a way of making us. Look stupid but instinct. I think is a lot more plastic than we used to think it is and so it gives it has some malleability and wasps still have have to make choices and things and sometimes those choices are our evolutionary lee successful and sometimes they're not just like any other organism so i think are they intelligent only as much as they have to be and i think that applies to just about every animal. You know. there's no waste in nature. Everything is just the point. It needs to be to survive when we throw in our very rapid changes to the landscape. That makes it a little bit harder for them to succeed now. Changing gears completely to the the samba was kind of thing well. Our definition of venom is changing a lot. It used to be kind of a well. Is it a lethal thing or is it isn't a toxin And if so what kind of talks and well basically a venom now is anything that changes the impacts the host in one fashion or another and that in the case of most wasps. It's it's either partial temporary or complete paralysis of the host. But in in the case of some of these wasps especially bre koenigs and ignorance which are very closely related groups. They also have a virus that is peculiar to them that the female inject when she laser egg and she may inject a mild or some kind of venom that also influences the the the host in some way or makes it easier for the virus to to do its thing which is to basically. Yeah all the brain of the host to to bend. Its will to facilitate the wasp's offspring and so when the in the case of some caterpillars are in one case a lady bug Paris detroit Though host survives the parasitic experience and winds up hovering over the the pupa stage of the wasp and is responsive to stimuli in a defensive fashion and is thus kind of brain controlled guardian robotic guardian of its own paris accord. Wow what a beautiful thing though. I mean that is just evolution years and years and years and years so just to think of how many innovations to get the right type of neuro toxin. That would work like that. Oh there's there's washed have rube goldberg lifecycles. It's just insane. Where they don't even attack the host directly they attack it's host and won't complete their life cycle and less the intended host are intended para satori takes the host. This is what's saying leave of all if you need a new genre of horror or suspense to get into. May i suggest reading about parasitic wasps for hours as i have just done past two. Am so many species so many stories so many victims. It's bananas okay. Really quick there are these earthly beings called jewel wasps that are gorgeous metallic and they can use their stingers to essentially do brain surgery on their cockroach hosts and they feel around with their stingers inside of its head and inject venom into very specific regions and their venom. Does things like simulate of flood of neuro chemicals that makes the cockroach compulsively clean itself for about half an hour making it a nice clean host for her baby and then as the roach is primping. The wasp is off. Finding a good borough comes back breaks off a roach at ten a- and gets a nice long quench from and then uses the remaining antenna to lead this newly unfettered zombie roach like a fricken farm donkey to a tomb seals. It up lays an egg on its leg and then her baby feeds off of this alive. Stunned roach for days and days until it makes its debut in the world. Busting out of the borough like a curtain like a shiny metallic be jewelled queen at the best palm springs drag show. You have ever witnessed. Wasps i mean. Are you even able to even right now. Had to go around the room. Picking up the pieces my brain every day after i love it. You just got to be inundated with wasp facts like oh what a dream. I love that. Kathryn morris asked. Is it just random. Chance that i'm stung in the palm frequently by wasps on metal railings. Grab bars and even wheelchair parts. It's always a wasp but not a be. This is a disability challenge. No one mentions do. Do they like shiny things. Oh i saw. That's not something anybody should endure. The what's at least but well they. They'll purchase different services to groom themselves. Allot so i often. You know if. I want to take pictures of job and hang out. Around the edge of a field where there's shrubs and things with broad leaves and so they'll they'll land on their know groom themselves or they'll land on their to mate or the males will land to guard Territory or something on that order. I had so yeah. They'll land on surfaces. You wouldn't expect just in the course of of needing to groom or rest for a minute or something like that but They're not going to be there that long. It's a hot surface. The metal thing kind of surprises me a bit. I would expect them more on wood surfaces and and foliage and things of that nature Interesting i wonder if they're perched on it being like. Why is it. Every time i sit on metal someone's pushes me with more on this and i couldn't find much however wasps do gravitate toward metallic car grills because they like to snack on bug guts. So maybe catherine you ran over a bug or like a little bit of fresh sidewalk pizza cheese there was on your wheels. That was just irresistible. I dunno fairy much a hypothesis. But i hope it doesn't happen to get everyone. Don't let her even. If it's pizza the repercussions can go on and on anyway. Speaking of sucky stuff okay. The questions i always have to ask against. I know that we are here to absolutely adore wasps and we do love them and they were beautiful but what is one thing about studying them. That sucks. you're so bloody fast. That's a compliment. I love that. I mean they. Just don't sit still for anything..

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The Austin School District is hoping many students will finish the week studying at home. Superintendent Stephania was all day says yesterday Snow Day they kept all students learning from home really set the table for the rest of this week to resume in that capacity, But exceptions will be made for special needs students or for parents who can accommodate the district request. If they feel that what is best for their child in this environment is to send their child then they should send their child and we should be able to receive that child with open arms. But she says the five days away from campus bookended by two weekends could go a long way and slowing down Cove in cases around the district. Patrick Osborne NEWS Radio K. LBJ House is moving forward with plans to impeach President Trump Democrats will start a 24 hour clock for Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment before moving on one article of impeachment. Incitement of Insurrection. Republican Congressman Ken Buck, who opposes impeachment, told the story with Martha MacCallum. A full investigation of the capital riot has not been done. We think we know some of the things that happened during this during the day, but we don't know all the things that happened. Republican Congressman Adam Kinzinger has said he would vote to impeach Politico reports. House GOP Conference chair Liz Cheney is considering it Rachel Sutherland Fox in the Texas Legislature Kicks office session today. The session is expected to be limited by covert restrictions be hammered out after the gavel in the limited session is likely to mean the budget and a couple of the key figures and then that's it. They've got to be able to follow through Iran funding questions with respect to public education. They've got to deal with the covert crisis, so there are a lot of just bread butter things. University of Houston political science professor Brandon Running House thinks this might include police reforms like the George, Florida AC Three Destroy. Thing is also a mosque, which leaves little time for controversial issues like marijuana reform, legalized gambling and abortion restrictions. Chris Fox News Radio K. L. B. J. Another group announces its opposition to making major changes in hell. Austin is governed his strong their system would separate the mayor from council turning the office into an executive branch and granite veto powers Kathryn Morris with the newly formed a group Austin for all people. Says it also pushes all the day to day decisions to the mayor. Major concern is the idea that we would move away from having a professionally trained city manager who's number one priority is going to be looking through a long term, non partisan lens that helps all of the city's problems. She believes the stronger system would lend the city's mayor position. Too much power that could only be checked every four years. Come elections. John Cooley News radio K O B. J A 33. Here's Austin's on time. Traffic with Melinda Branch. Full 45 that would be North Pole. 45 eastbound is closed there and round rock at Greenland due to a collision involving several vehicles. Traffic is still heavily backed up in the area back to Moe Paige. We're.

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

The Entrepreneurial You

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on The Entrepreneurial You

"You have to <Speech_Female> say, you know what I'm going <Speech_Female> to do this and then <Speech_Female> just <Speech_Female> commit to doing <Speech_Female> it and don't <Speech_Female> take on another <Speech_Female> massive project <Speech_Female> for just thought Few months <Speech_Female> while the book is your focus <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Music_Female> and just <Speech_Female> you know <Speech_Female> have that big <Speech_Female> picture of how you <Speech_Female> can <Speech_Female> you can literally <Speech_Female> change lives <Speech_Female> with a book <Speech_Female> and for me that's a beautiful <Speech_Female> thing. 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So it <Speech_Female> is I'm sure with <Speech_Female> the writing process. <Speech_Female> I know only too <Speech_Female> well as well. So <Speech_Female> thank you so much <Speech_Female> Kathryn Morris <Speech_Female> has been reading my pleasure <Speech_Female> to be having this <Speech_Female> conversation with <Speech_Female> you, you know guiding <Speech_Female> my my community <Speech_Female> Through the <Speech_Female> writing process and <Speech_Female> and hope <Speech_Female> to leverage off. You know <Speech_Female> a book to raise <Speech_Female> their profile <Speech_Female> because of course <Speech_Female> that does impact <Speech_Female> the bottom <Speech_Female> line and we <Speech_Female> we've seen it from the experience <Speech_Female> and the <Speech_Female> examples <Speech_Female> that you have given <Speech_Female> so thank you for <Speech_Female> that. <Speech_Female> Thank you. <Speech_Female> Absolutely. 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"kathryn morris" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

13:43 min | 2 years ago

"kathryn morris" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Leno and mark. Myers Hello Gentlemen. Hey everybody hey no bit. This week I had a hell of a weekend as you guys know but it did lead me to have a lot of conversation. My sister which leads to some good questions like throw out. We realize that we have a weird connection with empire records in that every REX Manning Day. I jokingly texter. It's REX manning. Day The thing every year and we quote the movie randomly like we don't. It's not like in our top ten movies or anything we love but it's just a random thing together not in no few guys something out or maybe the audience out there. Maybe it's something. They do with the sibling. If message the whole group saying Happy Rex Manning Day then you went. Yeah I know you keep you. Keep that day holy expanding. I've never seen that me and my sister. Although with empire records we always have an argument of. What's the Better Ethan embry movie? The answers obviously can't hardly wait but she decides to be wrong in terms of our audience is mark. I'm not sure if you know this is not a live show so we can ask the audience for this so but if you're listening you want to answer that question. Go RIGHT AHEAD ON TWITTER. Facebook OR INSTAGRAM. At the main naming. Before we get into this week's movie we always do at least the during this Unprecedented time Go into what we've been watching. So what have you guys been watching them? I watched over the weekend. I had some on demand movies I watched. Annabelle comes home. And I think that's like the tenth installment in the conjuring universe And I watched the good boys Good Boys I heard a lot of good things about that movie. And did you see that movie? That's what I hated it. I hated the kids. The GROWNUPS are Hilarious V. All the GROWNUPS are great. I like a whole i. I know his name because I said it as soon as he showed up the tall lanky white guy. The British Guy Stephen Merchant Stephen Merchant. I was dying his character. The like the the Nerdy grownup who still lives in his parent's basement. Who's buying a magic the gathering card off of a ten year old or you're old and he was my favorite part of the movie but the the kids. I just I couldn't get over them. They just constantly screamed and it got grading after a while but overall it wasn't a it was a pretty good movie Annabel comes home was not a very good movie. I've enjoyed the other annabel movies. But it's definitely run. Its course at this point and I think they have a sequel plan for Annabel because this one did pretty well at the box office. I think I remember hearing correctly. But that's it just Saturday night. DidN'T WANNA go to bed. I was up till like three thirty in the morning. And put those bad boys on Interesting Mark Nothing added urinary from you know watching the last dance thinks amazing they have Gary Payton on there and he explains how shutdown Jordan in the three games of the actually cover them and Jordan laughed at. I didn't have any issues and in the stats still completely different story. But it's it was just funny seeing him laugh at that and going just the EGO. He's manifested that. I never got stopped. What are you So that that's was fun and The only thing I got if you listen to Gamble Pied I got down a wormhole from Tom pointing out guys that show you how to build computers on twitter at twitter on Youtube and I went out a whole watching that stuff so that was part of my weekend of having that on in the background. I wish I watched more movies for. You is part of the podcast. But she i. just don't find the time. Gotcha yeah I haven't really watched much. I mean more than mark. So that's more again going through Friday the thirteenth series. Actually haven't posted my article yet. Some it's GonNa wait till Friday post the one that I watched last week so just kind of keep it on. Fridays watched six one recent. Then that's the one that's got to go up Watch that all of a sudden I find myself in marvel rabbit hole so a watched winter soldier and guardians of the galaxy and just I literally just finished guardians of the galaxy ten minutes before we connected some doing that for some reason and we me and the wife watched the second season of to me. Very good show Christina applegate my first crush ever so gotTA support her everything. She does but We watched the first. We watched the first season to kind of refresh. Our memories and then we watched the The second season in a matter of two days. It's really quick. It's it's ten episodes per season and thirty minutes each so it's like you know they fly by and that's really it you know in the mornings is I get up early with the dog so usually just throw on youtube boom stuff auto place for like a good hour until my wife wakes up usually like what culture lists and stuff like that. But that's about all I'm watching. What's keeping me sane? But this week we had a audience. Requests a listener requests for this week. So they're taking Dan's place because he the one that brought to our attention so this week. Dan's choice with somebody else's choice entirely Dan. You WanNa introduce this movie and how we came across it sure. Has Anthony mentioned? We had a listener request. A good friend of the PODCAST. Jim Cook messaged me and said Hey. I'm watching this movie on Amazon. Called death of a cheerleader. I think he would be a good pick for the show so I I didn't really have any choices at that point so I figured why the hell not you know. Jim has been a a good friend and he's helped us out with some social media posts so jim thank you very much again and thank you for the recommendation. So from this week I chose death of a cheerleader from nineteen. Ninety four okay. Yeah death of cheerleaders it. I'm going to assume that neither you guys know anything about coming into this movie about death of a cheerleader. Is that accurate that is correct. Yeah I went on blind trust. I had no idea about the movie. I vaguely remember. Maybe the new story about the actual story line. You know twenty twenty things. Just based on the timing. I doubt you remembered it. But maybe something similar So yes this week. Death of a cheerleader from Nineteen ninety-four was originally titled a friend to die for on its first run and then it subsequently made its way to lifetime and they changed the name to death of cheerleader recalling cheerleader. Because that it's live longer as death. Chiller cheerleader also. Just remade it in two thousand. Nineteen on lifetime as the cheerleader. So we're calling it. The cheerleader was aired on NBC. On September Twenty Sixth Nineteen Ninety Four. It went up against Monday night. Football Murphy Brown and Party of five and it scored a higher rating than each one of them. Man Great Minds. I won't say crush Monday night. Football it absolutely. That's who was playing It was the bills versus the broncos. I believe Buffalo Bills Twenty. Seven Denver broncos twenty. That's a good game Monday night. Football had a rating of sixteen point three NBC. Monday night movies. A friend to die for had a rating of seventeen point seven with a share of twenty seven percent should be reviewing the Monday night. Football game over this then right. This is like if you look at reviews this is kind of like the the made for TV movie to end all made for TV movies at least in the time period of night of the early ninety S. This was like the cream of the crop basically but I mean. I don't know if anybody is really like this movie. But you know you're saying this set the standard this is like from what like the sets the standard for a lifetime movies really kind of what people were saying. It was like it would go on to kind of be the benchmark more or less this was directed by William a Graham predominantly TV director spanning. Nine hundred fifty eight two thousand and two including episodes Dr Kildare the fugitive Batman and a few episodes of the x files a bunch of TV movies sprinkled in here and there including returned to the Blue Lagoon and this was based on true stories around the death of fifteen year old. Kirsten Costas who was staffed by Bernadette Protti on June twenty third nineteen eighty-four says an score of six definitely did not see that on the news. Yes I'm Debbie score six point two and no critics rotten tomatoes score but fifty two percent on audience the stars Tori spelling. Who got one hundred thousand dollars for her role? Kelly Martin James Avery Valerie Harper Marley Shelton. Eugene Roach Tiriac Quinn Christa Miller. Kathryn Morris Margaret Gentlemen you think of this movie. It's a Downer big Downer I was trying to take notes about you. Know picking apart points of this movie and I just I felt so sad watching it at after a certain point because I kind of see myself in the main character shoes a little bit not wanting to. I don't want to give it away but not I. I wasn't totally like her. Obviously but like man. I remember when I used to get picked on mercilessly. That wasn't very fun so Yeah this movie I mean. It's it's not a very good movie but God damn it. It's very depressing This is the most depressing movie. We've reviewed mark. Yes so initially. I've spent most of the first part of this movie. Just going Oh crap. They're in it and then just being on IMDB because of like dance et. Al depressing gets through you know throughout it but my initial thoughts were it. Felt very much what I always imagined those made for. Tv movies being before lifetime and hallmark Basically took them over with their own genre of that type very low quality but it trying to say something. I check the clock a lot in that usually assigned to me of that. I am very bored with this movie and add multiple times like Oh crap. It's an hour and ten minutes left in this movie. He made it till any minutes before you check the clock. Yes short movie. It's like ninety one minutes. Yeah that that was my point of showing your out early check. Yeah I think it was more fun for me outside of the story line with just to sort of see all these actors that I've seen in other things. Probably some of their first roles of on a big stage like this. It was interesting that fact but not interesting in terms of an actual movie sure. Yeah it's there's some weird things that poke at its on L. Didn't enjoy this movie whatsoever. But it is what it is. It's it's it's exactly what it takes they. There's too much time after. She kills her left in the movie. When it happens that happens like that. Forty five minute mark and there's just way too much time after that Up just Kellie MARTIN LOOKING OFF. And just you know getting more and more depressed than just cracking. I spent a lot of this movie just thinking to myself when his uncle Phil GonNa show up a? Who's who is he is he. A teacher is he. You know as a coach or something. What's going on? Where is he and then he only shows like mark said he's only in it for three minutes tops? He's in two scenes maximum. Yeah third build right well what Anthony said last week. Right with Yeah it was last week with a tiny lister. Yup So yeah I mean James. Avery did have a very popular television show on the same channel during that time. So you know putting the buds keeping the butts in the seats or keeping the Butson that on that same channel I guess is the reason. Why put James Avery in there? But Yeah I S. It's going to be a tough months ago through appreciate the suggestion Jim. As Dan mentioned he's been helping us out providing some social media contact the content for us. Yeah no it was in a weird one. I how I wonder how the remake plays it out too. I wonder if it plays it straight as this one. Does you know as lifetime has become more and more sensational over the past twenty five almost thirty years. Maybe it's a little Sillier But Jim if Dan hasn't Given you the message if you're looking at because I know he said that he was looking for a Har- he thought is going to be a horror movie and he was sorely disappointed So I'm suggesting to Jim if he has net flicks and he's looking for a lifetime movie sort of horror to watch my teacher my obsession. It is the best movie on Net flicks. Farnan check that out. It sounds like it's pretty good. I think because he message does about it too. Yeah so that'd be good movie to check out but Yeah anyway is going to be weird one. We're going to get through it. There's plenty of stuff to poke at including including weird to treat too..

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on How Many Podcast

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"kathryn morris" Discussed on How Many Podcast

"The next one nine thousand nine hundred seventy s the right and you guys as wheelhouse. Great White Hope. The most honored play in the history of Broadway becomes an electrifying motion. Picture as a Broadway play the Great White Hope One to Antoinette Perry Awards for best actor James Earl Jones. A devastating play becomes an unparalleled motion. Picture the great white hope so great. I James Earl Jones Jane Alexander Gilbert. Yeah I do remember. Yeah and it was a good. That's a good one. Okay so Jesse's Es Bob the route Scott doesn't remember it. I am going since I'm indifferent. I will say that this will count. How about resurrecting the champ? Two Thousand Seven Samuel L. Jackson Josh Hartnett Kathryn Morris Alan alda and the Great Teri Hatcher yes. They are real in the earth spectacular. By the way. They're real and they're spectacular. Anybody familiar with this one. I've never heard of this one. And up and coming sports reporter rescues a homeless man only to discover that he is in fact. A boxing. Legend believed to have passed away. I do remember this movie. It's not a bad movie. I don't know if I'd call it a great boxing movie and just kind of a side story. You're no bobby guy. I don't know I don't really know it so I'm going to say no. How about twenty four seven nineteen ninety-seven? Bob Hoskins Danny News Bomb. Many toby unemployed. Xbox rose money from gangster to set up a boxing club in a small gritty English city. Anybody familiar with Saudi. Now let's get back from Roger Rabbit though the next one number thirty seven was actually brought up a little bit earlier real steal a fighting together. I think all rolled to begin with fight. He's a sparring by bill to take a lot of hits but never dishing out any real punishment his new is that get emma fight. Remember this name Adam. This is one to watch. Can't win cuddly. We'll see two thousand eleven hugh Jackman. It has the chick from lost. Yeah and who is the Falcon so this was basically rackham soccer robots movie. Yes and I love this movie now. It's not to humans boxing but I would consider this a box. It's almost like a Pacific Rim was a boxing movie Because we need our numbers padded. I will say yes. You're going to say US Bob. I'll give me yeah Some kind of in between but yeah I. I watched the one that brought this movie up. Yes but you did it as a joke joke. I've only seen it on TV. Did Not your see at the movies. Because I thought it was a joke is simply robots that change into cars on the transformers. That's all it is so you know I would be kind of watching. The Olympic visit was something on. It may have been a holiday. My in-laws House or something. So he didn't have to pay for it. It really was a real steel. Oh okay so I'm GONNA say us so we're going to count that one. How about recent one? Two Thousand Fifteen southpaw tired. You could beat miserable without you find again. I can't what chance is there that we because the stick gas hope can make this show movement if control you see trae stone in math pirker.

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