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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:04 min | 6 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Of fascinated by lady gaga. This is one. She's going to be one to watch this year you know. She had a big splash when she did The what was it stars born a couple years ago but that one was that one was a very easy role for an artist to do because it was that stepping stone piece sets are arguably similar to her career. But this one is is an actual chance to act. I i mean i knew. She showed shit acting chops. And i think she's the this is going to be one of those movies that even if the plot makes no sense it's gonna be fun to watch the actors in it absolutely and apparently she's a dave oats. Hey of method acting where she got into character and stayed in character for months i even when she was just out and about strolling around off the set set. It played whether mind a little bit yeah. There's there's megan dive a little. You can deep dive a little bit too much in the stuff. I guess you know. Maybe let's not if she's going to do method acting. Maybe not maybe not the psycho killer role in the future harm or something like that. I was out practicing last night right. Exactly i'll tell you when acting. I think by the way sorry i was having a blonde moment there it was wally funk while funk was the oldest ever woman to fly person to fly into space personal overwhelming. Yeah she she went along with. Jeff bezos eighty two years of eight. I always thought it was alice crampton. exactly oh my gosh kevin car fat guys at the movies a fact guys at the movies dot com all right so as you gaze into your cinematic crystal ball. What do we have forward to. Well it's going to be an interesting of end of the year. The the end of the year we got the big things like house of gucci which is going to be known for Awards and that sort of thing you the disney's and can't tell which is another movie about you know certain sort of this This it's i believe has a mainland. Meanwhile marand music in it. And it's a sort of this bright musical so those are the big ones that are kind of on my radar. It was we got a late start because everything got pushed into october because of the shifting schedules and We'll see i mean we. I think we're just going to be watching a lot of award films coming out. That are both in theaters and on streaming. You know stuff like belfast. Or which is going to be in theaters. I think next week. And then you're like you're of the dog. Which is the gene champion movie with benedict cumberbatch. That's coming to net flicks So so that's where. I think you know we're going to be as we move to christmas where you get stuff like what side story sing to. And and you're gonna get the the big christmas movies But yeah it's it's gonna be. We're still sort of stumbling through some of this. Well I'm stumbling through this obsession with squid game on netflix. So i'm getting ready watch. No i haven't seen it. But i've read enough about it to know. I really don't want to see my son comes. My sons are watching. It comes out and says i just watch episode whatever six and who knows rick. I'm like you're not selling this. I don't wanna watch a movie and tv show to feel bad. Yeah exactly but people do. People do too much time on their hands. Such is not the case with guys at the movies. Fact guys at the movies dot com. Because well he's always busy keeping us up to speed with what to see and maybe what to give a pass kevin car so much as always all right. Thank you take good care. Six fifty now. Northern colorado's voice one of three one. Thirteen ten kfi k. Join clark johnson. And bruce dick for cargonoff coach weekdays at eleven. Another in colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. northern colorado's voice and the leader and prep. Sports is one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. So what's all the bananas. Well currently yachts what we're all craving six fifty four now northern colorado's voice to win three one thirteen ten. Kfi gay mornings with gail via the auto collision specialists studios so whether it's to make banana bread or to blend them into smoothies or peel and eat them as they are. Bananas have been the most popular. Grocery item. delivered by uber eats over the past twelve months escorting to a piece out of usa. Today by mike. Snag snyder now. Just in. september uber eats delivered. More than twenty five thousand one hundred and fifty pounds. More than twelve tons of bananas across the country This is according to There uber eats craving report. That was released This past wednesday providing kind of a snapshot of what we're ordering from the online food and grossly delivery service over the past. Twelve months overeats also delivers alcoholic beverages. The most popular order large margaritas. Tito's vodka white cloth variety packs. Josh ehlers just sellers cabernet-sauvignon and corona now near as some other highlights from the uber eats cravings report. The most ordered items. French fries pad thai soda me so soup. California roll and anime. Why would you order them. I'm not a fan. I mean that's right up there with kale for me Mozzarella sticks and spicy tuna roll an item on the rise cheese fries. Oh you talk about a comfort food. Cheese fries side order that increased by more than one thousand two hundred and thirty four percent over the past year. Most popular cuisines ordered mexican burgers and sandwiches. Chinese italian pizza. Suzy mediterranean and vietnamese now apparently special orders. No they don't upset. Uber eats either extra soy sauce extra spicy and extra gravy became more popular requests last year while those requests seemingly dropped off for extra avocado. Mayo for my money. You can never have enough mayo. And y- it's got to be mayo not that Offshoot of mayo whose name shall not be Pickles and ranch dressing speaking of requests over each shared some unique customer requests There was one customer for example that wanted to be punished with heat. Saying i like it hot and spicy. Make me cry. please make me hurt. Made extra extra extra burning super super hot and spicy and speaking to the range of requests. That uber eats gets one. Customer said important side of rainbow sprinkles while another said i just really need a phillips head screwdriver. Wonder if they delivered on that. Six fifty seven now northern colorado's voice when or three one.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

07:04 min | 6 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Will there ever be justice for genucel. This as deadlocked jury resulted in mistrial on murder and kidnapping charges as the trial concluded that yesterday morning the accused steep hanky in this case was found guilty. Only of a false reporting this was a charge only recently added after. He testified in his own defense in the journal matthews. A murder trial six seven now. Northern colorado's voice one zero three one thirteen ten k. f. k. a. mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios. Now as you're well aware. Jurors began their deliberations on november second This following more than two weeks of testimony in weld court where prosecutors asserted that pancakes own statements pointed to him as her killer. While the defense argued the case lacked evidence. It was comprised of lot of circumstantial. Evidence will grant to that and said panties quote obsessive interest. Did not make him a killer. Once again a mistrial was declared counts one two and three. Those charges included first degree murder felony murder and second degree kidnapping again. The jury did reach a unanimous consensus on count for which was a false reporting to authorities. Now you had the district judge timothy kerns declining to deliver something known as a modified allen. Instruction now this is a jury instruction that is put into place to encourage jury that cannot decide on verdict to reach a unanimous verdict while county district attorney. Michael rourke pressed for this jury instruction but kerns declared that further deliberation wouldn't change anyone's verdict. So what is a modified. Allan instruction again. It is something that is designed to encourage and not coerce but only encouraged jurors who are unable to reach a unanimous decision. So did a little research on this Attorney specialists h michael steinberg. Thank you for this. But here is how this supplemental instruction when jurors failed to agree again. Known as the modified allan instruction reads since it appears to the court that your deliberations have been somewhat lengthy without a verdict being reached. The court wishes to suggest a few thoughts that you should consider in your deliberations along with the evidence in the case and all of the instructions previously given again. This is that Modified allan instruction which weld district judge timothy kerns declined to deliver. It goes on. It is your duty as jurors to consult with one another and to deliberate with a byu toward reaching a verdict if you can do so without violence to individual judgment each of you must decide the case for yourself but do so only after an impartial consideration of the evidence with your fellow jurors. In the course of your deliberation do not hesitate to reexamine your own views and change your opinion if you're convinced it is erroneous. But do not surrender your honest conviction as to the weight or effect of evidence solely because of the opinion of your fellow jurors or for the mere purpose of returning a victory verdict. This modified allan instruction that again was not delivered. Yesterday concludes you are not advocates. You are judges of the facts. Your soul interest is to ascertain the truth from the evidence in the case have to wonder why judge kerns declined to deliver that instruction i suppose That will be an unanswered question. Now as you're aware st panky seventy was arrested in october. Twenty twenty This is just over a year. After gino's remains were found at an oil and gas site in weld county. Jail went missing from her home on december twentieth. Nineteen eighty-four after being dropped off from an honor choir concert and of course jon house case and gained that nationwide media attention as the greely community and law enforcement searched for donell until july of twenty nineteen when her body was discovered now also in two thousand nineteen the culprit in the kidnapping and murder of. Gee now well that pointed toward panky. After law enforcement investigated his suspicious behavior statements his propensity to insert himself into this case his writings and the search history surrounding the case now a hearing to address panties bond and sentencing is set for one fifteen pm on monday. And it's at this hearing. The prosecutors will also have to decide whether to proceed with a second trial against panky on those other counts of murder and kidnapping. Should there be another trial in the search for justice for donell nine seven three five. Three thirteen ten dropped me taxed on our thirteen ten. Kfi text line that number. 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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:14 min | 8 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Maybe your dog could suffer from dementia and do you know. There is an easy way to prevent canine cognitive decline and in so doing also strengthen your own mental capacities and capabilities. Now i kid you not eight fifty four now. Northern colorado's voice one or three one thirteen ten. Kfi a mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios now We're for peace out of study finds by soman. Divide that makes. I think a very cogent point and that is regularly walking. Your dog could protect its brain against dimension out dementia. And as i also mentioned it could also strengthen your defenses against dementia as well by improving strengthening your cognitive abilities. Now dogs who have little physical activity are more than six times more likely to develop canine cognitive dysfunction also known as ccd. This is a condition related to the aging of dog's brain which means leads to memory loss research from the university of washington. That examined fifteen thousand dogs. This between october twenty twenty and december twenty twenty found that. Ccd was much more likely to develop in pets as they got older but an inverse association between activity level and ccd was also identified in dogs whose owners indicated higher activity levels over the past year. Study also found that the odds of ccd we're about six and a half percent or six and a half times higher in inactive dogs compared to those who were very active. I know those of you have couch potato dogs or saying. Jeez how do i get them up and running well symptoms of. Ccd dogs are similar to those experienced. By humans with alzheimer's disease these include disorientation confusion disturb sleep and changes in mood and now another study also published in the science daily journal where these findings were published as well in march found. That exercise boosts blood flow to the brain which help may help. Slow the onset of memory loss and dementia. But it works both ways and not only for your pet but for you as well because This latter study observed seventy adults over the age of fifty five. Who had been diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment that is an early stage of dementia. Ask half the group that they studied to exercise three to five times a week for a year and got those Rather impressive results. So give yourself break. Give your puppy a break and get out and get a walk because it's good for both of you eight fifty-seven now northern colorado's voice went. Oh three one thirteen ten. kf k. For the latest on the broncos the nuggets in the rockies listened to the whole show weekdays in northern colorado's voice. One zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. Join clark johnson and bruce dick for clark coach weekdays at eleven. Another in colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. Pepsi football coming your way on one. three one. Thirteen ten km have k. A. this evening at six thirty..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:34 min | 8 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"All right i'll wait to take you into the weeds. So let's work through the proper protocols. I just wanted to ask something to look forward to. Of course i always have my weed whacker ready to go there you go. That's a see you're like a boy scout. You are always go all right so the big movie this week. Dear evan hansen. Yes this is originally a broadway musical. Actually and it was about six years ago that that became big and it was Won all these awards and everything and now of course they're going to make it into a big screen adaptation It it. it's the story is about an awkward teenage boy who goes into his senior high school. Is there any other kind. tell me about it. I know all too well about just being the teenage boy but but he's overloaded with social anxiety and he's going to therapy and everything and it turns out that he is he. Has people mistake him. For what would have been the best friend of a kid who takes his own life in school and he has no way of. He doesn't correct it immediately. And then the cat gets wrapped up kinda rolled along and he has no good way of of stopping the misconception. And tim dealing with that now. It's it's got some great music. It really does You know that's that's well known. I mean a lot of people who might recognize the in there. But that's the thing is the adaptation of bringing the character to life on the big screen. Ben platt plays the role and he originated on broadway and won a bunch of awards for it. But he's a little older and it doesn't quite translate..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:45 min | 8 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Things. Get a little bit data. When it comes to weld r. e. for the weld are reports. Go school district this Breaking this morning as residents attempt to recall a couple of board of education members. Now eight twenty three now. We'll tell you what when it comes to. All of the consternation all of the controversy. All the debate Particularly over masking but also over the use of pronouns that weld r. e. Four things getting as i said earlier heated this cording to a piece out of the greeley trip by and delaney as a group of residents in the r. e. for school district pretty unhappy with the direction of the board of education. So as a result there tempting to recall to second-term board members to gain What they refer to as better representation in the community. So you have a board president jennifer lieber and member reagan price of the two women on the five person board there. The subject of this potential recall which is not fully rooted in position on a district wide mass requirement relative to kobe nineteen according to one of the proponents lou. Gaels wins residence. Says a lot of it stems from transparency and a lot of concerns from the community. We're not against a pronouns. He said are concerned with mass is not having a choice now. Lever and prices second terms will be up in twenty twenty three along with fellow. Board member russell. Smart board members Christopher perkins and lance nichols are actually running for reelection this year. Now ailes or. I believe. I'm saying his name correctly ale said the recall effort is not directed at lebron price..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:49 min | 8 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Fund. For some of your favorite outdoor venues. He's gonna get bit spend beer in fifty four now. Northern colorado's voice one or three one thirteen ten kfi k. mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios yep larimer county trail and open space. Users you're going to have to pay slightly higher fees starting next year and yes. There's a new fee this has been bandied about for quite some time. new fee. Going into effect for devil's backbone open space. This crane to a piece by sadie swanson out of the colorado. On larimer county board of commissioners just unanimously approved the new fee and overall fee increases so starting in january day use permits annual permits camping fees in county managed areas will increase by about ten percent of this according to dalen figs. Who is the larimer county department of natural resources director in his presentation to the commissioners to use devil's backbone open south trail head in loveland. Which up until now has been free. You'll either need an annual pass or you'll have to pay a ten dollar daily entry fee similar to other popular county open spaces and parks including horse tooth reservoir and carter lake getting into the details here. They permits at all other county. Natural areas will increase from nine to ten dollars. Annual passes for vehicles will increase from ninety to one hundred dollars. Now here are some of the lamoure county natural resource fees that go into effect January of twenty twenty two day pass is previously mentioned That will increase one dollar to ten dollars resident vehicle. Pass one hundred dollars. Nonresident annual pass one hundred thirty bucks resident combination boat. Pass two hundred dollars. Non-resident combination boat. Pass two hundred sixty dollars senior vehicle and you'll pass seventy dollars senior combination boat. Pass a hundred and fifty dollars veteran vehicle. Pass seventy dollars and the veteran combination boat pass one hundred and fifty five dollars this as well things get a little bit more expensive pretty much grass across the board and that includes for you larimer county trail and open space users. A fifty seven now northern colorado's voice one of three one thirteen ten kfi k. Everything you need to know about northern colorado is unknown Weekdays at nine northern colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten. kfi k. Everything you need to know about northern colorado is unknown weekdays at nine and northern colorado's voice. One zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi k. Page to my physical maestro and of course my technical producer ryan kelly. Thanks for all you do so it right here noko now with your host. Tanner swint coming your way in just a few clark coach at eleven hall show at noon..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Just a reminder of you're heading on down the age of flight me in some extra time six fifty eight now northern colorado's voice one or three one thirteen ten k. f. gay this after an earlier issue with the trains at a and wee hours of the morning a believe it was between one and two. Am we now have emergency repairs taking place on the train to the gates now repairs. And of course. I'm monitoring the situation on the a website but repairs are expected to be completed by mid morning. According to dia in the meantime the trains. Yes they are running but in considerably reduced capacity. And that means that. If you're heading that direction need to jump on that train to get to the gate. You should anticipate an up to one hour delay in that trip from the terminal concourses. Tsa by the way has increased staffing at the security checkpoint. So if you're flying out of an a gate while here's the good news. You can use the a bridge security checkpoints during the time. These repairs are going on and you can walk across the bridge directly to the gate the as repairs emergency repairs now taking place on the train to the gates at a dia and as we get more information. We'll be happy to pass that along all right. We got abc news. Local news coming your way in just a few followed by our northern colorado. Update kfi greeley. It's seven o'clock..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:12 min | 9 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Zombie pop. No i'm kidding. Rob zombie nothing to do with this. I say to people today if you aren't adult and you know anything about pop patrol you probably know way too much about patrol to an annoyance level. If you don't know anything about puppetry you probably don't have little kids in your life. So that's just where falls. It's not made for adult kids but we it's a little. It's a big screen feature length adaptation of tv series. That kids love. And i didn't see it with kids at the age. I just as myself. But i've heard from people who've gone kids are going bonkers over this movie loving it because it's pop patrol. It's what everybody wants and in this one they go bigger in this one. It's not just a little adventure bay. They go to the big city where they have a big adventure and the the the mayor like he looks like the monopoly guy but i think he's i think he's a character from this. I don't know. I don't have kids. So i i don't know if he's from it. But he's the mayor of the city and he's trying to outlaw dogs or something like that so but but like you said it goes through bigger places and it has bigger scope and it's absolutely made for little kids Which which are the ones that are going to want to see. It was interesting though. Kevin and i'm getting in the way back machine here. I mean i look back on cartoons on the day of old and theoretically they were for kids but they were always easter eggs in there for dolts but not the case with pop troll. Well road runner the troubles. Like sort of like that preschool programming. The preschool programming tends not to have a whole lot of levels to it. It's very on the surface. It's when you get into the cause. I compared and the reason i compare it to the boss. Baby is the boss baby. This is on this is in theaters and on paramount. Plus so if you have kids at home if you got like a three year old is not going to sit still for a whole movie. That's a great way to watch you know. But what i compared to boss baby which went straight to peacock in theaters. That has a lot of stuff that a lot of stuff that parents will get and will understand but that's made for an older audience. It's it's just that you know this would be like having a door the explorer movie there. There's not a whole lot of depth store explore here there and going everywhere. Grieving lines like nicholas cage. -actly all right now i. I might be crossing line here and for that i apologize. But i'm so curious about respect jennifer hudson wondering about that film what they got wrong. What they got right and well it. Let's just say there's not a whole lot of info forthcoming get i. I don't know whether we brushed on this one. When it was out. I i didn't see it. They haven't and i don't know here's the thing i i've not seen it so i can't speak on the movie but one of the things is when you get like this. Is the screams award pick to me. This is this award bait. They're hoping for housing nominate. It just seems odd to release that in august. Generally when movies are released an august and their award films. They're the ones that that they're sort of. Just getting out there so they can have a campaign and hoping they might last because every now and then they do but usually it's stuff that comes out in october or later that gets the most focus reason for that it may not it may have been. I don't know i mean i. I know there's been some mixed reviews. I know some people like it but it's not like a ninety eight percent rotten tomatoes tomatoes score is. But it's not as high as you would expect. Free guy has a higher rotten tomatoes score. Ben respect us. I think really loving them. Some freak guy. Aren't they pretty guy. Free guy is you know all the stars align for that one. I mean it just had everything you know. Ryan reynolds is big at digestible. Concept that it. It's a fun movie. Had great reviews. I mean come like everything worked for that movie. So that's the movie that everybody wants to be in hollywood. There you go well. We all have to have a goal right. We all have to have something to reach for. Some are more loftier than others. We'll there you go. Kevin carfax is if the movie's thank guys at the movies dot com pleasure as always my friend. Go have yourself a great weekend. All right you too closing in on six fifty one now northern colorado's voice one or three one thirteen ten. Kfi kfi the good afternoon. Guy with brian. Gerry weekday afternoons. At three and northern colorado's voice one zero three point one in thirteen ten kfi day's headlines podcast mornings with gail and more and schedule upcoming sports broadcasts find them at thirteen ten kfi.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:29 min | 11 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:23 min | 11 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Today bacteria the very top saturday night live. I know i'm getting in the way.

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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01:38 min | 11 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Fall down. Many comparing it to what happened. Structures during an earthquake Some even referencing nine eleven with the towers pancake being their way down. But what's interesting is is that not only was this building constructed in nineteen eighty one. It's forty years old on reclaimed wetlands. But apparently it was determined to be unstable a year ago. This according to a researcher at florida international university again the building which was constructed in nineteen eighty one has been sinking at. what shimon dolinsky. Who is a professor in the department of earth and environments at.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And i.

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Eight thirty seven out of ten kfi thirteen ten. Fda dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios joined this morning by he who must not be questioned. Kevin car fat guy at the movies that kyw's at the movies. Hey kevin how you doing good this name. That's what i wanna know. Well because i remember our conversation when we're talking about news. Anchors who had hosted saturday night live. And you're sitting there and you're and i almost feel those wheels turn in your brain you're like edwin edwin edwin. I'm like no was brian williams. You're like no no no no no it was ed. Newman you nailed it. It work credit is to well. What's funny is is. I was a. I was probably young teenager then when that was so. I never watched the news at that. I wasn't i wasn't like a news junkie or anything fourteen or whatever but still somehow that that stuck in my slabs learned my lesson no longer ever question your prowess thank you. I appreciate on that topic. Yes they'll be questioned all the time. I'm sure of course all right so we've got some new releases both large and small in theaters both large and small. let's start with spiral by role. Is the latest reboot of the saw franchise. If you remember that from about it's been almost twenty years since i came out. Yeah and it's fascinating. Because i when i when i saw the first installment of the two hundred and fifty seven installments saw. It seemed like there were that then and who was. Who was the actor. The play jigsaw copen bell tobin bell. Do you know that he always wanted to be a romantic lead in films and he winds up as jigsaw. Yeah i love the fact what i loved about. Tobin bell is him braced. Ed is did he. He he was he was just sort of the somewhat obscure actor handle a bit part in the firm. He played an assassin in the firm and he stumbled on this thing. And he's like. I'll i'll go with it i i. I respect that people who who they don't there's some people that just roll their eyes and be like horror movie but he it he. He capitalized on the chance. And that was great. Oh yeah he's certainly did but what was interesting. Is you know. I had that same. Take on the first of four or five installments jigsaw. No i would say on the first couple of once. And then i went. You know this is twisted very very dark but it's almost kind of and you might find this a stretch a morality tale. Well no actually i. I've i've said this before at least opens the first ones like you said. By the time they got to the sixth or seventh movie. Innocent people were being putting these tortures devices but there was this there was this message of. You're not you're not living life to the fullest or or you're doing stuff that's wrong or there's come up you're getting and and you may have to extract yourself violently out of one of these devices but you'll be a better person for it with that in mind since you brought that up. That's one of the things. I like about this new saw is there's there's a certain level of consequence that that comes from these devices now they take a different approach than than the jigsaw character. Originally jigsaw character was he had cancer and he said people were living life to the fullest and he kinda got people that are wasting themselves But it was a But in this one. You've got the chris. Rock is executive produce. Amy starring in it and he plays he plays a a a detective who As of course the kind of criminals don't like him because he's a cop the other cops unlike him because he had turned in another police officer for Doing something illegal on on the job and so all of them you know they're they're looking at As you know suspiciously and you know. They're call him a rat and everything and there is this new serial killer who is going after dirty cops and he's still trying to solve this murder. These murderers because you know it's it's at least trying to do the right thing. And so it kind of falls into that level of a police procedural which the first couple of saw movies had that to a degree. But this is a little bit. You know it's more sort of baked into the story like you would see like like tv show like a police procedural tv show. And and that's that's why. I think it kind of goes back to the well. It also gets the the director darren. Lynn bowsman directed the first. Well he didn't drop the first one but he's drexel like two through five or something like that so they kind of go back to this the saw movies history. And and and that's kinda why i what i liked the movie I mean it's it's violent it's uncomfortable. It's visceral graphic but it's some of you kind of expect that sort of get what's pay for right. Yeah if you love and prejudice and that your favorite movie. You probably aren't going to go on. You might wanna go find yourself. Around com part tobin bell neva part. And he may have. I mean yeah. Small quick and the dead to. Yeah he knocked around is just sort of a character actor for a long time until he until you've got this role and and But one thing. I wanna point out with this one is Ah chris rock. I gave him credit. This is. he's known for comedy and he's done drama before he did the apart new jack city and of course he was in the fargo. Tv show but This is this is a different role for him. He you know he has some funny lines. But it's almost there the funny lines that he just kinda throws out there and they're almost too real There's a darkness behind it but he plays a darker character at a a meteor character. And i'd like to see tim do more of this stuff. That's pretty cool. I like when they break type. You don't expect it but when they do it. Well it's it's fun to watch all right. Let's see angelina jolie. Those who wish me dead. Yes this is on feet and this is in theaters and in each on. Hbo max so you've got a choice with this one. Where does he. Because the warner brothers release and that's how they're doing all this stuff twenty twenty one i is. She plays a forest ranger who helps fight fires and as while. She's of in one of the fire towers. She comes across his boy whose Escaped in the woods and he's being chased by assassins who killed his father and she kind of takes him under her wing to try and save them now. I want to caution you on this. The being marketed as a big action movie. And it's not. I mean it has action scenes that but you know if you're looking for fast and furious in the woods not what you're gonna get. It's it's ridden directed by taylor sheridan and he he works on yellowstone and he did movies like helen. Hi hell or high water He also did wind river. he's kind of known for doing. Classic western motifs stories in a modern setting. And so it's a much more if you pardon the pun and so much more of a slow burn It's a much more of a character piece. So so if you're going just like lickety-split action that's not what it is it's still a good movie Maybe a little overwritten at times with some of the drama. But you know what you're getting into because what always bothers me is when you see a movie you're like oh they're not quite marketing that.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"So. Do you have trouble unplugging from a social media being on blind you know. I found this piece a while back. I wanted to share it with you because it kind of cracks me up because well it kind of furrows your brow just a little bit. I mean because here's what this new study is found in our study zhores segment on mornings with gail nine now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com from the outer collision specialist studios. But it's kinda. it's kinda mind boggling. Because three and ten three in ten of us say that we're almost constantly on line. And i'm like really only three in ten because you would think after the past thirteen or fourteen months all right. Kobe one thousand nine hundred changed everything and normalized working from home and video chatting and meetings via zoom and virtual weddings and virtual learning remote learning. It seems as though that number would be much higher because you know When we click on websites or when we're just you know kind of motoring around the internet and you've done this. I'm sure where maybe you're looking up something in particular. I don't know how to cock your bathtub. Whatever the case may be and then you just start andering right and you're like oh that looks kind of oh look. Here's here's a story about octos. And here's a story about Retired canine dog by the way. Did you see this one. That retired canine dog and its owner. This went viral. I think it was on tiktok. If i'm not mistaken that could have been snapchat or any one of those other outlets but apparently just as a joke. Although the dog didn't think it was joke you had the new owner who adopted this retired a canine. Don't know if it was a belgian mallon wa or was german shepherd but actually video this running through his grocery list and the dogs. Just kinda chilling does kind of relaxing on the couch. Just kind of kicking back and here you hear this guy. Go off camera alright. Grocery store list. Let's see milk eggs butter reaction from the dog vegetables. Still now reaction from the dog cocaine and the dog. Just instantly alerts. It's kind of like scooby doo moment. The dog goes rude and looks directly at the guy and then the guy says just kidding. But i mean how much time and i would say waste but i suppose it expands our horizons but how much time do we spend on line so when the survey came out saying that three in ten of us say were almost constantly online again. That was a head scratcher for me. Because i can't help but think that numbers so much higher it's people actually and this comes as a surprise to its people than thirty who are driving the surge. Researchers found that thirty one percent of respondents admit to constant constant internet use. Oh guilty as charged. Hey i'm pretty transparent. i'll own up to it but you have to remember that clicking on those links at lights up that pleasure center in our brain we want more. We want more and we just can't stop from the surfing even though we've got other things to do and perhaps we need to get to sleep now. Another forty eight percent say they log in whoever locks out log in several times a day just six percent say that they put limits on themselves. They're showing some personal responsibility limiting their online activity to only about once a day. I can't help but think that so many of us would go through total withdrawal if we were only checking our feeds and our email and our tax just once a day. I mean it's almost pavlovian. Isn't it since two thousand fifteen. Near-constant internet usage among people ages. Thirty to forty nine. It's risen by fourteen points for folks fifty to sixty four. It's grown even more from twelve percent to twenty two percent for users. Between the ages of eighteen to twenty nine well Us us each has remained pretty darn steady at forty eight percent since twenty nineteen people than sixty five or pretty stagnant at just eight percent. Interestingly enough i've got a companion piece here that Says that seven percent of us don't use the internet whatsoever all we never get online. Probably don't even know how to get on line. Who are those people really. Get into that in just a few now people younger than fifty. Make up the bulk of those who admitted to near-constant internet activity forty four percent of eighteen to forty nine year old signaled constant use twice as many as those ages fifty to sixty four. I wonder though is that a function not necessarily age. But is it a function of what your job requirements and what. Your job demands are. That is more of a predictor of how much time you're actually spending on the internet respondents older than sixty five makeup just eight percent again of near-constant users now study didn't find much of a gender gap when it came to that constant usage with men. At thirty two percent women add a thirty percent but race education income and geography indicated more trends related to usage. Interestingly enough black people coming in at thirty seven percents and hispanic people at thirty six percent were most likely to say they used the internet constantly followed by white people at twenty eight percent interesting. It seems as though income levels come into play as well people who make more than seventy five thousand dollars a year were most likely to say that they were online pretty much all the time coming in at forty percent of that particular demographic so how about you do you have trouble just to put aside the phone off. Line not seventy five three thirteen ten. 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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And is expected to you. Have some democrats making moves toward Packing the court expanding the supreme court from nine to thirteen now. Nancy pelosi putting kind bosh on that at least for the time being but i think it kind of as the camel's nose under the proverbial tent This as nancy pelosi says no we have no plans whatsoever To bring this to the floor. This as a legislation was introduced a just thursday once again to expand the supreme court to thirteen justices. But well nancy pelosi san now. This is a battle that we just don't want to take on at this point in time. So we'll get to that brief history of court packing on monday fifty. Five thirteen ten kfi k. Joined by meteorologist atmospheric scientists that makings with channel to pinpoint. Whether he matt. How are you this morning. Doing pretty well and you doing well. I like the The view of all this water sitting in on my property here. This is good there. You go because we did. Get some solid precipitation. Yeah a lot of us here in the north. Got three to six ish Then there's pockets on the west side of the city that had They didn't get to foot. They had over nine inches in some cases so a lot of water in this one This is this is a good wet one so this is going to soak in pretty nicely. The next few days and and things will be green. Which will be good. That's always a good thing especially with earth day right around the corner. So what does the weekend. Weather forecast look pretty unsettled. Honestly we'll make catch some glimpses of sunshine today and tomorrow but still kind of under the influence of this pretty active pattern And that's gonna keep us big cloudy for the next few days. It'll keep up chances for snow the next few days and keeps us cool for the next few days now today. We may not even get out of the thirties. Probably make our way into the low forties tomorrow and then try to make a run at fifty or so for sunday now with this help with the drought This recent moisture It will help in in regards to maybe very slight very slight improvement. But i think the biggest impact of all is just going to be that it's going to help keep the drought numbers right where they are In and that next up they will come out next thursday And it will include this storm data with it. And i would guess we'll probably not see a growth of drought in the conditions. Remain the same so in that perspective was a good thing to have this definitely channel to pinpoint weather. Meteorologists matt makings. Thanks as always have yourself a great weekend. Be well be safe on the roads. If you're out sounds like a plan. Eight fifty seven now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi what's happening in your own. Backyard listened to no co- now with tanner's went on colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi license plates in colorado or being auctioned off to the highest bidder and a fundraiser for the colorado disability funding committee license plate with is it for twenty has so far garnered bids more than sixty five hundred dollars. Bids are being collected until you got it. Four twenty pm on april twentieth considered our unofficial pot holiday. All right keep it right here coming up a noko now with your host. Tanner swint at nine..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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04:57 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Numerous takes. Because he's grinning seen this. i think. That's kinda hilarious. It's sort of like you know what it reminds me of kim. You originally the blob. Back to nineteen fifty sometime with stephen steve mcqueen when the when they are running out of the theater wlob's attacking the theater and they've got the whole crowd the crowds giggling and laughing the whole time as a running because they're they think it's uncertain silly and it's like well. Why are you having such fun with this. And i think that's what it is with With tom cruise is he. He's just having such a time of his life. he can't stop. That million dollar grew up there. You know. I just can't stop. Smiling reminds me. It reminds me of a story. I heard about what they were doing. The star wars prequels They kept blowing takes You mcgregor and Keeton christianson and even samuel jackson kept blowing takes because they were making the lightsaber noises. Those later they're like guys. You can't do that. You're kind of detracting. From the overall ambiance of the movie we remember the head banging stormtrooper. Yes yep yep. That was horrible. It would be like it'd be like they're making the next. John wake movie and kiana was on second pew pew pew pew pew pew pew. Look a little silly all right. So does anybody care about the oscars. I think they'd be do a little bit. I mean the the big thing that i want to highlight this week. Is the oscar shorts. They got those out in in the inner city. Been theaters for most of april Finally getting around to highlighting them. Because i got thrown off the schedule. Because they're everything's delayed but there were five You know there's five nominees in each of the blocks. There's animation there's live action. There's documentary and i just personally love short films. And i think that they give a real eclectic look at things and nobody makes money on these things. It's a short films their labors of love. And that's what makes them fascinating to watch because you can sample a whole bunch of different unique stuff that you didn't even know existed so They're available now if you go to shorts dot tv that'll tell you the closest theater and when the blocks are showing it also gives you options for streaming at home and downloading them yourself. And you know kevin seriously remiss. If i didn't say i didn't mean to denigrate the oscars and by extension all the great work that you did and rudy. My puppy agrees woman. I don't know what he's all up in his grill about something. But i just wonder. Is it going to go. The route of has it has in the past as so many other awards shows that basically. It's just kind of like inside baseball. And then we get lectured on how we are as a human race. And i've always said when it comes to the speeches they can. They can pitch amway during their speeches for all. I care because you've earned that time so you know. I don't get up in arms that people are using that time to make a point. And you know that's that's that's that's their prerogative. It's when people sort of take the option to do it. But i think he's going to be different because they're doing virtual ceremony with presenters. I think the last thing people wanna watch now is another zoom call. But you are getting that with these. So i think i've always said what the oscars they need to go. Leaner not bigger. They need to say. Let's make an hour long and blouse through to make it go quick instead of padding it out. I mean it's not the seventies anymore. Yeah and i think you make a very good point. Kevin car fat guys at the movies. That guys at the movies dot com. Thanks for going into the dust or the weeds as the case this morning. Always appreciate it. Thank you have a great weekend. Are you do eight fifty nine thirteen ten. Kfi k. The power trip weekdays at eleven on thirteen ten kfi k. Donate to the live united thirteen ten of by texting. Kfi all caps two two six nine eight nine. Give up to one hundred dollars and you could win a sign. Pair.

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Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"This sort of religious Visits for people you know. Sort of like when there's whenever there's a religious experience everybody comes around but of course as big deeper into it. They find there might be something more sinister and not very benevolent behind it And you know it's not. It's not like an independent edgy horror film. It's not extreme. it's not like or anything. It's your standard. Pg thirteen Paint by number studio picture which is fine. I like i'm okay with that. But there's a lot of horror fans who do you throw the pg thirteen rating at them. They freak out. So i don't expect anything extreme but i enjoyed it. I thought it was an interesting movie. You've such a way with words by numbers studio a well. I'm a sucker for those kind of movies. Cow all right. Let's talk about French exit on net flicks. This one is a it's it's it's about michelle pfeiffer. It's her character. She plays this woman. Who's a widow. And she's near the end of her life and she's near the end of her fortune and so she goes off for one final weekend in paris are weak in paris with her somewhat estranged and withdrawn son. And it's it's her just sort of being the The brash person in the room. it's it's Kind of a Acerbic comedy with some very dark humor to it. But ultimately it's really geared more just to try and get a nomination for michelle pfeiffer Here we got yeah. It didn't work because she didn't get any. But but that that's really i in. She's finding the movie. she does a good job. And there's some funny moments. The problem is i've never been a big fan of movies that exists for no other reason than to get some of just one person in oscar right through those in a heartbeat. Oh yeah there was one out earlier. This year with robin wright from house of cards wonder woman. We're talking about that. It was called land and again it was just. It was just there for her to win. Win an award or something and yeah those are somewhat transparent for me. Look at me. I'm posturing i'm preening acting and i'm expecting to get all at the appropriate awards and hardware for it. Yeah which is different than something like say like nomad land. Where frances mcdormand is getting a lot of buzz. And but i don't think she made that movie because she was like. I wanna make this movie. I wanna make the stories. I think it was more of her wanting to tell this story. And she happened to be in the movie rather than You know. I need a vehicle to win something. She's absolutely gifted. When you agree. I love her. I think she's fantastic. I what i find fascinating about her is. There's there's a lot of talk in hollywood of always saying women when they get to a certain age. It's hard to make the transition from different parts of your life. You know favors done it. As playing the engine plane the mother to plain cheap as well meryl streep is very well. There's there's some women that do it but some women did. They really can't break. Pass their thirties. You know and that's a that's a real challenge for actresses and i think frances mcdormand. I don't think she went through. I think she went around it away to the other end. I think that's what makes her so fantastic seems like teflon against grain in hollywood when it comes to well the aging process all right. Finally we got concrete cowboy on that flex. A film starring inter salva and It's a it's actually based on a true was a true thing. I don't know how much of the true story it is. But it's sort of like the backdrop is a real thing about this kid in detroit whose mothers frustrated with him because he's gonna get expelled from school and he's getting bad crowd and he's having some issues so she sends them to philadelphia to live with his father. For the summer i was played by inter salva. And his father is is part of this community of People in like right there in the you know the the inner city urban philadelphia where they take care of horses they got staples there and they literally write them around. And it's right there in the middle of what would normally be something you'd expect to be out in the country Is is an urban thing and You know it's him dealing with his father and his father having to step up and become the dad. And it's a bit of a coming of age story but it's putting since backdrop of Of real people in and they actually have actual People who are involved in these writers in philadelphia are playing parts in this movie. So it's it's an interesting look at cigna success society that i kind of really didn't know existed. There you go all right. Kevin car fat guys at the movies. Dot guys at the movies dot com. Thank you so much as always and yeah. I hope you get everything you want in your easter basket money. Nope not on single pink. I like somebody. Okay there in the jelly beans. Oh see this is all good to know if i ever have to. Curry favor hurt. Kevin car fat guys at the movies. Thanks so much. Thank you eight fifty. three now. Thirteen ten.

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'Fat Guys at the Movies' Kevin Carr on reopening of theatres amid pandemic

AM Tampa Bay

03:24 min | 2 years ago

'Fat Guys at the Movies' Kevin Carr on reopening of theatres amid pandemic

"We are joined by our guys at the movies guy Kevin Kerr and Kevin I know theaters are opening here in Pinellas county they're gonna open up again right now the much to the chagrin of some but the movies themselves aren't being made anymore now than it's going to be a while probably for Hollywood cranks it up again and well yeah I think people are waiting and seeing what's going to happen because the movie that's that's next on the slate the next one that that had a release date that did not get moved his talent which is David of seasoning which is Christopher Nolan's latest film he of course did inception and the dark knight movies in interstellar and Dunkirk and this is going to be a big movie part of it is it's a seventy millimeter film the once showed him thirty five millimeter and seventy millimeter to my Max but it's also two hundred million dollars so you need to have as many theaters open and you got to have them being able to play and you also have to have a sort of that consumer confidence of people going out to do it you can't deal with the suppressed audience now they just dropped attendance trailer yesterday last night and it is it does not have a release date all the trailer but according to the website it's still coming out on July seventeenth so we'll see before there's new content that that's coming out I think this is one of those you know what came first chicken or the egg the reader is going to open up a nationwide or are they gonna start releasing movies first and and that's something but I think it's a wait and see I think there's there's still some time left for this to be pondered could you see because the state of Georgia is opening up and we know that there's a lot of film incentives out there could you see Hollywood packing up and maybe going out east to Georgia to get some of this film work done for future movies well here's the problem with actually ramping up the production as well is it the there's there's the insurance issue that that every large production had carries of some sort of production insurance it says that they're going to be able to continue to produce and make this movie and that there's not something that's going to happen to it like a great example is in the fast and furious movie there this is one of the best movies there in the middle of making and Paul Walker died and then change the schedule and change the budget and changed everything they had insurance that covered that it's gonna be very hard to start up production on anything with any sort of coronavirus insurance so like the big productions are still out you know I E. independent doesn't matter where they where they go even Tyler Perry's talk about opening up but you're going to have to have distancing there as well either talking about producing smaller movies like a Blumhouse is going to be doing something Michael bay has one that he wants to start producing very soon but those are going to be smaller low budget the productions are not gonna be the two hundred million dollar blockbusters well they're going to be interesting to see how it all plays out and I guess going to be big for Netflix and Hulu and all of those like that

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Reel News: The Invisible Man

First Light

01:42 min | 2 years ago

Reel News: The Invisible Man

"Light and Kevin Carr is with us with a look at the new movie the invisible man so I saw the trailer Kevin it doesn't look like the old Claude rains or the more recent Kiefer Sutherland version of the invisible man story good morning Michael yes this is a brand new interpretation of the invisible man obviously based on the original idea H. G. wells original book from over a hundred years ago but like you said it's it's not exactly the same thing you get with the Claude rains version although that's probably one of my favorite ones even holds up today in this one it takes a different approach to the story where instead of it just being a person who used chemicals to turn himself invisible and go insane which is what the original story is it's about a woman who's in a toxic relationship an abusive relationship and when she tries to escape her abusive husband her diesel has been finds a way to tracker and stalker while being invisible and of course everybody else thinks she's going insane so they approach it less is a science fiction peas and more as a thriller or a horror movie and I think that's interesting because I think they give it a different angle gives a new perspective Elizabeth moss please a woman she was a really fantastic job acting and overall I I think it's good it's like I said it's it's it's a different offshoot of different way this person becomes invisible but I think it's certainly worthy of the original idea the H. G. wells had of somebody in saying who you can't see how many how many goose bumps are we giving the invisible man you know I'm surprised by one of my favorite invisible man's movies and over eighty years so I'm gonna give it four out of five stars I really enjoyed it well how many goosebumps so goose bumps I don't know I

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