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"laurence fishburne" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"And i see it pretty often. It was one of the major influences on the movie. I just made on ninety shahal too so awesome. What what do you got for your next piece. My next piece is the obvious one. But with the slight twist species assault on precinct. Thirteen but not the carpenter one now. Okay because the carpenter one is you know. I mean it's just like these is trying to get into kill the cops or whatever what i actually is. The remake is where i'm coming from. Okay what. I liked about the remake which the remake is better than it had any right to be a. I like that. It's about cops trying to get in to kill the prisoner okay right. So that's why the cop can't call. That's why you can hop king call for help in assault. I'm breezing teens. Because it's a bunch of crooked cops that all are tied directly to laurence fishburne colonel character. That i'm dead. Because you know what i mean. Which is a very similar premise. To this you know sure you end. That is one thing that this new theatrical release cut of the movie Kind of like. I don't i wouldn't say like messed up because i don't think it messed anything in particular. But you had a clear sense of like the organization coming at alexa powders. Character like that and The the other black detective. The one who like a double crosses are in the in la..
Roku Channel Adds Quibi Shows
"They listeners. Mike schneider here. And i'm brett molina and welcome back to talking tech so mike whatever happened to that video app funny mentioned that i think folks will remember the short live video service that launched in april twenty twenty by former dreamworks animation ceo. Jeffrey katzenberg and former ebay ceo. Meg whitman it got. Its name qube from quick bites or video snacks of eight to twelve minutes ideal for riding the subway or bus or in newburgh or waiting in line unfortunately justice launch the nation shut shutdown with the corona virus and started binging seasons of long form content. So could be shut down six months later in october. Twenty twenty then. In january twenty twenty one roku announced it was acquiring quibbles content for its own growing roku channel and now brokers gonna make a huge chunk of that library thirty shows available may twentieth which roku celebrate to streaming day. That's the day it shipped its first streaming player back in two thousand eight back then. It was called the netflix player by roku because roku he don't know began as a part of netflix and then was spun out of the company. Now some folks have seen this content because qube has more had more than one million downloads tap when it launched initially but for most of this. This is going to be new stuff. One of the shows hashtag free. Ray sean has already won short-form creative arts emmy awards for stars laurence fishburne and jasmine separate jones. There's also show starring sophie. Turner of game of thrones and liam hemsworth of the hunger games and christoph waltz specter. There's also documentaries Called ball and big rad wolf. And there's reality shows. I like christie's court where chrissy teigen presides and the revived punked hosted by chance. The rapper. also. Come into roku this week. A double helping of kevin hart who die.
Startup Streamer Quibi Quits
"A huge Hollywood experiment ended its life in a way that seems somehow fitting qube accompany designed to bring miniature Netflix's quality shows to your smartphone call. It quits earlier this month like it's programs which were no longer than ten minutes apiece. quickies vary life was itself short only about six months long the infant media company hit attracted almost two billion dollars from investors about one hundred, fifty, million dollars in advertising and some big name actors and directors. As a result quibbles dramatic closure has spawned no end of speculative criticism about what the startup did wrong and whether it's leaders Hollywood powerhouse, Jeffrey Katzenberg and former HP. CEO Meg Whitman did anything right? In case you haven't heard of it. The original idea behind Qube was to make high quality programs that were short enough to watch from start to finish. While waiting to do something else say riding the subway were standing at checkout line. These wouldn't be user generated youtube like videos but what qube envisioned as the quote next generation of storytelling dramas comedies a non-fiction programs cut into quick bites the origin of the company's name you get the idea. QUBE had the bad luck to launch during the pandemic that meant the service designed explicitly for people out and about debuted when people were in definitely not out and about position as another streamer. But Not at first on your TV quickly did what most streamers and new apps do when it launched in early April it offered a ninety day free trial about a million and a half people signed up and presumably began watching quickies original shows thrillers like. Wireless about a drunk man caught in a New Year's Eve snowstorm free Ray Sean drama about a black man accused of killing a police officer and last looks a series about scandals in the fashion world. As I said earlier at launch, you can only watch on a smartphone despite the fact that most viewers were quarantined in their homes with perfectly usable TV's at their disposal. It took a few more months for quick to make the TV leap. The question back in May and June was how many of those initial free viewers would convert to paying customers quickies price was high five month with ads were eight dollars without them as the verge points out apple TV plus costs four, ninety, nine a month worse quickies higher prices more expensive than Disney plus. The answer on those conversions was clear. Qube didn't get anywhere near enough money or viewers, and with that dearth viewers, some advertisers threatened to canceled on October Twenty Second Katzenberg Whitman published an open letter on medium announcing queries collapse. The founders laid some of the blame on Covid nineteen but not all in addition to timing they said, another likely reason could be. That the idea itself wasn't strong enough to justify a standalone streaming service. Indeed. A great deal of the criticism says exactly that the format itself was flawed from the start ten minutes may have been far too long for some content and far too short for others. A sort of nether world that works for user generated youtube content, but not for expensive productions that aspire to be the next Netflix. As one example, the Guardian reporter. Jack Bernhardt commended free ratio on actors Steffan Jones Laurence Fishburne an emmy winner. Jasmine Safest Jones for spectacular performances in powerful production. But he added quote it feels almost offensive to everyone involved that I can only watch it on tiny phone screen. Furthermore, he said it should have been a two hour film not fifteen quick bites. The company is exploring selling the rights to some content screenwriters and producers with shows underdevelopment or left to try to sell them elsewhere a tough sell given that most media companies can't use five or ten minute episodes. is returning about three hundred, fifty million dollars to investors and giving severance to two hundred employees. The Wall Street Journal reports, Katzenberg and Whitman's letter puts quickies. Of the entire very busy streaming media ecosystem the executives would never have imagined launching during a pandemic they said, but they admitted other businesses have faced these unprecedented challenges and have found their way through it. Indeed, we've reported here on boom times for Netflix's and Disney plus among others all of benefited enormously from lockdowns. The mistake Qube made lies in a different sphere altogether says verge critic Julia Alexander Qube didn't fail because TIKTOK. existed she says, it failed because executives refuse to see Tiktok its biggest competition she wrote tick tock has exploded globally with an ever growing mountain of user generated short form video video that is virtually free to produce free to consume. But qube had its I trained on net flicks if Alexander is correct quimby was looking for threats or a role model in the wrong direction. In an already struggling Hollywood, it's hard to watch the layoffs of employees and the suffering of artists who shows are now killed. A great deal of talent converged around quipping remains to be seen. We're all that talent. Finding out.
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All right. Here's our next celebrity gossip mysteries, But there's a lot of words. But you'll be able to figure it out. So no one actually watched a show that won an Emmy Award for this week literally. It was measured about 2000 people who watched it, but somehow it won an award. The reason this brand new service wanted to be able to advertise the fact that it has Emmy winners on its platform. It was an award. No one noticed, And the owner of the platform has a lot of money, which exchange hands with some people that could help. Die hard. No, it was a show What? It could be that but it also could be the show free Rayshawn. Ah, interesting. A star's Laurence Fishburne. Which one What? EMI Acting Awards in the short form category. Yeah. There you go. So they want some Emmys And now you can say That Quimby has Emmy Award winning programming. Ah! But those Emmys were you know, you've got a friend of a friend. Yeah, well, it helps to have lots of money and power and influence in the world. I wouldn't know. That's clear when we back on the calling and brand around. Look around. Look around. Wonderful. Okay, We're going to get to a new population ship, and this is a publication ship that will not stop playing tonsil Hockey hall them bombs. Well after this on my talk one of 71. My talk 1071. These days we live online at nutritional, waiting wellness their online to help you live better just asked Mikayla..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sadly, it continues to need to be told and dramatized, and the hope is that in doing so we will illuminate the humanity of everybody that's involved in these kind of Incidents. And, uh, you know, find the courage to come together and talk and you know reason with each other and try and figure out a way to rectify these problems. You've been working since you were like 11 12 years old in years old. So, yeah, it'll be 50 years next year. 50 years next year you have such an expansive career. And you have so much more ahead all of these projects in the work that you're doing. Where do you see yourself as you think about the future of your career and what you want for it? Well, I see myself directing and writing and producing more. Course. Acting is my first love. And I hope to be blessed enough to continue to do that for as long as possible. Ah, just recently gotten back into a writing practice, anxious to see what comes out kind of writing fiction nonfiction, just you know, I'm just I'm just writing again. We'll see what comes up. I've been very blessed to be able to do what I do. I found what I love early in life, which makes me doubly blessed. I just hope to continue to do things that, you know, entertain people and educate them as well. Malcolm X was of course assassinated in 1965. It's a big question. I'm about to ask you. But what do you think he would have thought of this time that we're in and The message is from his autobiography. Think Malcolm's position with me. I hate to say I told you so. But I told you so. Obviously, he would You know, he was much more eloquent than that. He said something much more powerful, but you know, to distill it down to, you know the basic reality where we are. I think he would have been like this is what I've been talking about this what I've been telling people what I've been trying to say. We live under a system operation quality in this country, and it's a trick that has not only been played on black people, but it's been played on all that we should be fearful and mistrustful of each other. And there are differences are somehow more important than our similarities. Laurence Fishburne reads the new audio book version of The Autobiography of Malcolm X..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on KCRW
"Short form, comedy or drama, Siri's Laurence Fishburne and Stefan James. Southern California bracing for some serious heat over the next couple days, highs today going to be topping out near the low eighties along the coast, mid nineties in the basin nineties, low hundreds inland. To be even warmer Tomorrow could hit 1 16 in the valleys right now in Santa Monica, it 70 to 94 already in Palm Springs. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Noelle King and I'm Rachel Martin, President Trump's executive order Banning Tic Tac in the U. S may have an unintended consequence for 1000 American teachers might lose their jobs. As NPR's Bobby Allen reports, language instructors working for a service called Gogo Kid say they're being unfairly targeted. Two years ago, Kristie hunters started teaching kids in China how to speak English, The former elementary school teacher did this from her home in South Carolina through an online program called Gogo Kid. It's owned by Tic Tac parent company Bite Dance. You said it was pretty cool. You know, we work for bite dancer, this huge tech company. They ticked off like a super cool right. But Trump's executive order aimed at by Dance turned that cool factor into something else Dread. The president's order bans transactions between US citizens and all of Beijing based by dances, subsidiaries. Then I got to the part where that you know, all transaction between people. It's like that talking about me like that May the maximum possible penalties for violating Trump's order are stiff. Ah, $300,000 fine or criminal prosecution. I could be in jail for teaching a five year old how to say hello across the computer, big fines and jail time are extremely unlikely for go go kid teachers, but the order is rich and very broadly. That's according to Justice Department lawyer Brian Fleming, who used to enforce sanctions for living. A lot of that may have to do with the leverage that the US government is trying to apply to bite dance in terms of forcing the divestiture of TIC tac and sort of having abroad in order as possible kind of hanging over their head were collateral damage, and it's frustrating. To see this continued battle going on around us, and no one knows that we exist. That's go go kid Instructor Lindsay Jacobs, who lives in Oklahoma, She uses the income to pay for her kids swimming club and occupational therapy for another son, who has special needs. If I don't have that income, how does my younger son have therapy? A spokeswoman for Go Go Kid would not say whether they plan to keep operating after September 20th. That's when the order takes effect. Christy Hunter, the teacher in South Carolina, says the pandemic means there is more competition than ever among teachers looking for remote work. She's been discussing trumps crackdown with dozens of other go, go, kid teachers. For some, this is their primary source of income. We've got family that Could potentially lose their homes and lose their saving because of this just broad stroke of the pen for this quote national security risk the Commerce Department is responsible for enforcing the executive order. Officials at the agency did not return a request for comment. Bobby Allen, NPR NEWS San Francisco The stuff that you buy in stores, clothes, food electronics. Almost all of it got there on a truck. Long haul. Trucking is getting cheaper, and that's good for consumers. It means stuff is cheaper, but it's not so good for truck drivers because this is happening at their expense. Here's Keith Romer from Planet money. In 2017 Kimberly Sikorski decided she was going to become a trucker. She called prime ink no relation to Amazon prime because they offered free training. Crime seemed eager to have her literally. I think I called on a Thursday night and they were ready to buy me a Greyhound ticket for Sunday to start on Monday. Sikorsky took classes and drove the trainer for three months. But before she could go out on her own, she had a choice to make. So you're given the option to either be a company driver. Or a least operator option. One. She's a regular old employees paid based on how many miles she drives option to she gets to be her own boss, she'd have to lease a truck through prime. But then, after expenses, she would get a share of whatever her loads brought in in the form of a weekly cheque from Prime They say if you're not stupid, and you're not lazy, then you don't make a lot more money being the least operator and you're kind of dumb If you pass that up, so Sikorsky chose option two. She picked out her truck finance through prime, a brand new blue Freightliner that she named Sapphire. Then she hit the road. But when she started receiving her weekly checks, something didn't seem right. Ah, lot of times when I'm expecting to see a check for a couple of $1000. I'm getting a bill for like $200 or $500, or $1500. A bill before Sikorsky got her cut prime deducted her truck payments, insurance equipment, cost and primes percentage as a broker. Also for an independent contractor. It sure felt like she worked for prime. So they say that you're not their employees, but you're completely bound to them. You're not allowed to take loads from anyone else. You're not allowed to ask for different loads. From what they're giving you. Sikorsky works 70 hour weeks for six months at the end of it, she had earned just $9000. It got to the point where I would be sitting in my truck trying because I'd be afraid to buy a hot dog when it gets to the point of your electricity being shut off, and your grocery bill not being able to be paid. There has to be something better. Finally, she quit. Steve S. L. E. A sociologist at the University of Pennsylvania, specializes in the industry. He says that four hire long haul trucking has become a commodity and customers only really care about price. The The way that the market has been constructed requires that you compete on the cost of labor, getting Sikorsky to Lisa truck from prime and then worked as an independent contractor. That's a standard part of the business model for a lot of trucking companies. Now it's like having a you know a truck for free and paying the driver less than you would have to pay an employee. Some of those drivers, though, have started to push back. In recent years. There's been a wave of class actions lawsuits against some of the biggest long haul company's In July, Kimberly Sikorski's old company prime settled the lawsuit in which it was accused of misclassifying its employees and violating minimum wage laws. Prime did not admit wrongdoing as part of its settlement, and they declined to be interviewed for this story. But in an e mailed statement, a lawyer for Prime wrote quote, we have thousands of highly successful independent contractors and company drivers who thrive within our business model..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"They They are filming the Matrix for with Cheon soo. But with no Morpheus. No. I don't know if that means Oh, Morpheus is Laurence Fishburne. Good. Nancy, Wait. You've seen the first made? No, No, We've talked about this before. I don't know if we have. I don't know if we have I'm not a Ah! I mean, you know me. You know what I'm into, you know that me like stepping into some sort of supernatural world is, you know not You know what if the supernatural world was almost explained by virtual reality, though, um I'm a little more open to it. Okay. I mean, I love the never ending story. I watched that last night. If if you could stomach the never ending story, which, who's got that much time, doesn't it? If you could stomach that, then you could definitely get your head around The Matrix. Okay, I'm telling you, it's a fan Tastic film. Fantastic. I think it's best that I just think that Rather than find out for myself, But I mean, next time you need a movie. I feel like you could do a lot worse than the first. Maybe next time. I need a movie. I'm going for pump up the volume with Christian So yeah. Talk hard. This is hard, Harry. I'm going to try and not look at you. Since we know have been in Egypt a gaze at me with adoring wonder like you do every time I do my Christian Slater. It'll get me to do my Christian Slater impression. Just a little bit more. If I know you're looking at me like it can't wait. The Schwab Manabe. I think that really taps into my love for you, but also my love for Christian Slater and how good the impersonation is like. It's like it's almost like I'm in the presence of Mr Mr Mr Slater himself very Exciting. It is exciting for me too, because I don't do very many impressions. Well, firstly, Secondly, I don't get to see anybody with that kind of adoration. And and thirdly, I love Christian Slater to so to see my impression of him. Bring you joy like that brings me so much joy, if not pre joy in my pants out alive alone. Who are you? You guys gotta chug a chug women heard from in a while, man. How're things? I was worried Chicago. Check out Chicago, you know. Doing well doing well, this sort of quick question. Are there any things that I would recognize by Oasis? Well, I don't know how old are you? 57 probably not your old Okay? Yeah, I know. But I mean, I always hear a waste. But I don't know any songs. Honestly, is that connects? All right? Hold on. I'm gonna play you one. I'm gonna play you wonder while they're a band that came from across the pond. Ah, full of braggadocio and ego and all that two brothers. I know two brothers. No wonder rollers. You just said you didn't know any songs by them. You liar! White. What you just said it earlier. But I mean, I thought that was like the a newer aid, Shawn, a newer age song, the other I got only liar. 1000 called up in the line. You said Oh, no, you do it, But it turns out Is there anything else? I don't know, Doc? I don't know what's in that coconut of yours. Do you know champagne Supernova? No. You dio How man People change. Many lives. A living change. Where way getting no orphans. You okay? Get it. Yeah, that's like soul IWant faster above waiting..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And it comes right back in your face when you're a Porta potty gas yeah that's I mean does there's no war worked up for it to go right you your gas in yourself and about the Porta potty like you could see down into the port a potty right it's like they're kind of the subway here let's go to bill and we all could bill what's happened and it was gone right hi so I decided to just Google it and I'm not busy so I don't know a lot about let's travel but I found the charter operator at a hero here Birdo hero to my and he says Hawker eight hundred X. P. sixty nine people is four thousand dollars per hour all rights as three hours what the ad says your flight distance is twelve hundred eighty miles your flight kind of four half hour so that's eighteen thousand Bucks round trip now they'll be eighteen thousand one for one way or the other four have hours one way yes that was only like a little under three to get to Miami if the if the thirty six thousand dollars round trip okay great yeah which you said you said fifty two thousand I said I said for like a bigger plane no you said a Hawker myself no I said a hawk would be somewhere probably between like twenty four and thirty two and then I said the bigger plane like right lebron James would fly would be like you know probably forty guys saying exhaustion per than the twenty four to thirty two right Hey drew in Rocklin what's happenin what's going on I just want to expand on withdrew from Belmore was talking about the the pay get chewed up that he's talking about like a genetic virus that can go between taken sat and just talk about the far north value okay that number he was referred to that so many people get sick from the one person right this is all it but you could fight at all with the home of homeopathic way to fight it which is like by taking forsythia which is some bad demon Laurence Fishburne Elliott Gould all fourth batting contagion that this is this is really it gave us the plot of contagion see what happens is Jude law pushes for fifty a but it's like a fake thing to come out with but basically the end of it Laurence Fishburne and the girl from Titanic yeah it's call them they're not a list okay good all right very good drew I appreciate that my god so much for your ego I managers are met inside and Williams and save you yeah well I mean come on you know we we talked about Ely's career for three straight years yeah bye we all know that Louise robots was was going to be yeah and there's gonna be a press conference I it we don't know much about whether or not he's going to be a good mother either gonna put a Jersey on him at a press conference I guess everybody.
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Five and interests. Are you guys. See You right because I get mad at stupid shit like that. I still to this day trying to figure figure out who man they have a a process it was they okay what she was. Come out. We went the vote. All the shoes dope nece that they did not realize and they released the imagine. 'cause it's like your AH released this is about this. I wait till you wait till you hear the beginning of the episode Gojira Mad then to Oh I can't feedback from the beginning of this. This show there's going to be a doozy but we run a long time so Wrap it up but now we definitely got to get you back officially touch on some topics. Yeah for sure. Appreciate your call though. Yeah Man I'll keep it up man. Who is as industry is really good precipitation edification listening? Yeah all the time. I missed the island yet. I don't think they actually joined right. Oh my God oh my God what did you go around though the bill. We've got other bills. Hit all of them. We're GONNA have to mail him. Chris was in the house harming. Yeah Hey man watching that it will so many into window letting somebody posted on instagram. Like the study was saying Laurence Fishburne. Yeah I think he was like. Did you have a fun time with Sally last night. He was like did I into windows and those pie how did they. I did not care for all the fallen. A was the name of that. They disgraced disgraced. Here is in the movie theater. WHATEVER THEY WANNA call it The funniest representation of white people there is GonNa.
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on Talk Nerdy to Me
"He's everywhere right now and we're talking about this. Canada reeves keanu reeves is cool wind in hawaiian. It is now it's it's confirmed the fourth matrix movie by karen moss carry a moss and i kind of cool to see laurence fishburne. I haven't seen that he's confirmed or not. That would be an eleven john with three and two. I mean <hes> do work together so they have some animosity against their keanu heads new yeah and <hes> <hes> it's it's really weird like there's. I guess there's a reason why he has a beard because he looks a lot better with beer. They see there's a picture online out if he wants to put it up that much editing but there's a picture of him on the set of bill and ted even shaven. It looks any looks we're off putting it looks it looks weird doesn't doesn't look real but i'm so used to seeing him with a beard all the time even if it's a scruffy beard yeah so that's pretty crazy all right hell boy russell in japan september third what celebrate the new movies released in japan which i guess it's just now releasing in japan go on. I'm sorry japan sorry when visit september third. Oh man you know what if they were. Here's what they need to do. They should just release the original hell boy movie and there's no telling me about trilogy now but yeah he's going to be girl..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"This is what it looks like to effect change do <hes>. Are you dating now. I asked because i'm curious. If you have a boyfriend that is supportive in the right way i after seeing the loudest voice bouncing gretchen carlson boyfriend in the eventually comes around but i'm like what is shit head. I wouldn't have taken the money. I was gretchen right. What money does take salomon that she had signed the n._d._a. And then she can never talk and i think twenty million but thank god somehow somebody choked on the story says he got twenty million. Now i know would happen when roger said can't talk and she can't in there so there's something about what they do in that so the pension fund would see. They're doing a class action. Lawsuit in the pension fund is is trying to get them to stop being able to do these days with women because they literally ruin your career and then the women have to take the money. I don't have kids or husband. That's where i'm i'm lucky i've i've. I'm like i don't have a husband. That has a big job than i have to worry about them. I don't have anything. I have no money nothing. What are you going to do so no. I don't have a boyfriend but the funny part what i'm realising is. The other lie that they told us is that men don't like strong women. I have had more guys asked me out recently than i've had in my entire life. There's something about men. Don't i always say this about dating mental tests. You test you test. You and they'll say in the back of the head. Don't let me disrespect you so i can fall in love with you. It's the same thing that happened with c._b._s. It's the same thing that's happening in business with me. I had this guy. I performed for millionaires up toronto. I'm i've been doing this perform for them. They told us be dirty. Dirty dirty was all men me and this other girl performance be dirty and in my head. I'm thinking i'm going to be dirty on like this one outstrip isn't that won't work so i went on. I i killed. The girl went on after me. She was dirty. It was not good and then sure enough. They didn't even look at her afterwards and i was like oh this is how they treat us like a whore four don't necessarily have to have sex but they discard you and then they will like the deal was that they were supposed to get us back to the airport and they were like the guy was like sued. They're not going to drive you back. Taught i go good. Where's the money for the ride and the guy showed up and gave us five hundred dollars extra each cash and the girls like sue on like i asked my jimmy with less move zay. They put me in the daily mirror with lawrence. Fish laurence fishburne the night in my eighty c._b._s. I met with laurence fishburne. He's tell literally. I had morpheus telling me how to stay out of the system and they put in the tabloids that i was mystery woman like oh all right and i call them and i said take that down and then everybody i remember the comedy club. Loan is will like how'd you do that. How'd you do that. I'm like like i asked them so. I'm learning as a woman to just ask. I feel like this thing has gone on where women guys like stop being like a smothering mother type person and and then all of a sudden. I'm not doing it and guys like i like. This and i'm like oh. That was a lie to that. They taught us. Nobody's coming to save me and guys like i mean this guy from so from toronto. He's the executive producing a film. That's going to be an oscar. Contenders accommodating love oscars so i want you to come meet with the guy the head of <unk> vice. We want to know what the disrupting the industry we want to talk to like. Oh then there's other guy calls me the other days like su. I'm gonna ask you the pot in my movie. I'm like oh oh oh so no. I'm not afraid i'm like micro. Learning all right good well. I follow andrea at this little bit sue kostelic mousy man following people well. I.
Keanu Reeves and Carrie Anne-Moss are returning for "Matrix 4"
"Was real it's not a dream we're getting a fourth matrix movie with Keanu Reeves and Carrie Anne moss both returning to their roles as neo and Trinity co creator and director Lana Wachowski will write and direct the new installments though there's no word yet on whether Laurence Fishburne who recently started to John wick movies with Reeves returned to his role as the enigmatic Morpheus is it really so hard to believe the matrix celebrates its twentieth anniversary this year Christopher what's an
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast
"That deal said that i had to follow the rules table if you're not gonna kill him he is gonna kill you probably mean to the walking dead man all right so john wick chapter three para bellum was released in twenty nineteen and and just yeah just back in may way in which it is like we've said directed by chit chat still ascii in besides piano has holly berry in shame and laurence fishburne once again lawrence redick angelica houston is a new face in this one jerome flynn from another game of thrones a casting tobia seagal asia kate dillon an the synopsis is super super assassin john wick is on the run after killing a member of the international assassins guild and with a fourteen million dollar price tag on his head he is the target of hit men and women everywhere so and i guess as of what's to they'd like the twenty six so as of june twentysixth it's gross two hundred and eighty nine point seven million against seventy five million dollar budget so it's definitely a big success in a a man has received pretty widespread acclaim from 'em critics an so clearly this is a franchise that's not going away 'em i so yeah yeah so i mean again going into this movie i saw like it before i thought i had seen the it got four out of four on roger ebert swept site it got like just crazy great reviews from so many 'em wellknown critics and so it's like okay i i'm definitely curious about this went down so going into it i don't really know what to expect but immediately aloes pretty blown away a an uber it's still alive no but his i didn't know he died in the early twenty tens i think maybe i know i mean he's still has his group of critics that keep his side up 'em but yeah it's just it it starts off i'm in similar to like a mad max fury road where it's just a chase a kevin endless chase which i liked that aspect about it an even just the opening the main opening sequence with be library and the the huge kind of beefy fog that he fights is a great fight a and just that happens in libraries is great that's when when i've ever seen yeah that's kind of a i think it's interesting in this one day they they right they they pretty much right themselves out of the corner they put themselves in at the end of the second movie pretty quickly and then he escapes escapes the where did you go a cut cut the blanca yeah i am you know in in so and then it's actually very similar in structure to fury road because fury road is is there back again so is john wick three you know he goes oh yeah he's comes right back point a to the beginning you know indem but yeah that a that first fight you know the the first thing i noticed was knows no music you know in in the second thing i noticed compared to the first and second because i saw i saw the first one in different dieter along time ago back in asheville but i saw the second second in the third one in the same theater here in or angry instrument will not increase were but in greensboro and the first thing i noticed is how crazy the base is in this movie the the sound mixing the 'em dynamic range was way crazier and it just as a benefit of the movie in so many ways like every shotgun blasts like shakes you see and when that guy the beginning like kicks into the ground in every time that john wick like throws a guy on the ground is just like it just you feel you feel it everywhere a man and a and yeah that's a that's what i mean whether they get more and more creative you know he's kills this guy with the book yeah which is a very jason bourne kind of yeah not but yeah so i think like you said where it's you'd say it's one of the best action movies you've seen or or at least of this era i think but the dean knife fight sequence in armory and then be the dog attack sequence is two of the most incredible action sequences i've i've seen i maybe i've ever seen i i dunno at least since like fury road dunker kirk movies like that that that that knife fight is a where he's throwing the knives and over and over it's amazing i think it's the best knife fight i've ever seen in a movie it's so like it's so unexpected in terms of how it plays out and how they used the knives i like when they they look behind him and they they they look at each other and they break the case and they're just pulling all these weapons out and they keep breaking yeah breaking more and more glass cases and getting various like hatchets and knives yeah and it just like a one night after another is thrown at like the same guy and then movie a movie goes way out of its way to just show off how talented he is yeah like there's so much so much crate creativity and a m i really liked the scene where he can't fit the bullet in that that old revolver in the knife shop at the beginning so he takes apart the entire gone oh yeah that's a different part in it so they could fit the bulletin there and then shoots that guy just like yeah there's a lot of just really tense crazy moments like that and on something something that's different about this one the other two is a he's he's a real ammo waster in this one he he sort of over kills a lotta guys yeah i think that's 'cause he's kinda just done at this point he is done 'em in yet like we've said it does this one gets away from just gunfights there's also be horse kick oh yeah that's which is amazing i wish there was more of that the the time that he has with the horses very limited but 'em i think it's because they were using a real horse yeah so and also i just like the site of him riding a horse they're killing demanding cycles you know he a i i saw an interview where he was talking about the horse the horse just kept getting scared by the german shepherds so they had on net and causing all these issues search on a film with the horse and then the german shepherd running in someone at the get it in a one point they a they had times square locked down for a few days which must be crazy crazy whenever a yeah a production company has the lockdown times square but they said that the all the german shepherds got loose 'cause they had like six or seven different german shepherds played the to to help raise dogs and they got loose in new york city on them all day the find all of them wow get him back and a will is interesting yeah i didn't know that but yeah speaking of the dog's like i i just mentioned be dog attack sequence indie in in casa blanca that's where it is at the compound was like a country exit all wrong romance or rocco though i think yeah it's all i remember is she says where do you wanna go and he says casa blanca yeah a that sequence not just in terms of how it shot but how they used the dog's is like unlike anything i've ever seen with a movie using dog in the fight 'em it's just like how they come out of nowhere and bring a guy down an linnea how they finished guys off it's just so beautifully choreographed to like the most small smallest detail you know i like i like when a when the when 'em sorts of email blinks everybody but anyway go ahead sorry when she shoots that guy in the leg after he shoots her dog and then she starts taking everyone down and then her dog becca tax one of the guys and then while her in johner talking the dog is just like keeps pulling on his arm yeah it's just sitting there it's just won't stop and i'm like what is that dog doing it just keeps going in a in of course the whole theater laughed when she was like he shot my dog and he's like yeah i get it oh yeah yeah 'em i yeah that that sequence i mean that probably is the most 'em kill heavy of like the whole franchise 'cause it's like every single time the camera turns somebody get shot like a jam band i had a friend to be critical of of that scene because he said he was like oh they've on like these movies of all these on such a good job being realistic with the guns and now they have bottomless cliff and i'm like well every gunfire in this series has gone out of its way to show quite a few reloads in during the gunfights an i know the every time that cuts back the john wick he's just firing has gone but i think were so you know we can assume that off camera he's he's reloading yeah still shows and reloading on camera yeah i mean i don't need to see him like oh i got another clip let's let's do it but i do appreciate the realism you know but i mean i think just in terms of how many people they kill so quickly it's a little you know but i mean i like a but it's it's fun so when hammond those two other guys all run out of ammo at the same time yeah and there's lots of reload really fast but of course john weeks the fastest yeah yeah yeah yeah so that like that sequence and the knife sequence when i was watching it as like oh my gosh this is the best movie ever like hold your breath and then when it's over you're just like yeah you're you're just in in it immediately ends yeah i yeah but yeah the horses are great aunt i guess in terms of getting well we haven't even gotten to the end attack slowly oh my god super standout they'll probably my favorite of the entire series is that that shotguns oh man just that whole that whole fight in the de consecrated hotel just him like shooting them and then realizing that they have all this body armor and face armor and then doing things like lifting up there visors and shoot him in the back of the head and getting in and around the armor and then they get the shot guns and that the first shot as he drops down behind someone is hedges splits into just like yeah a year but holding off on that for a minute i mean so holly berry does make an appearance and there's not as much as i thought she's not she's not in it for a ton of time but one issue i have with that character is but the whole introduction or the whole conflict differ coming back is that kind of so overly familiar like i've gotten out of that life life and i don't wanna come back and it's just that kind of you know exactly where it's going and so there are a few instances instances like that that feel a little tired but it doesn't spend too much time on which i like but then again there are about two hours and fifteen minutes i think there are fuels just the it spin i'm doing obligatory plot which i mean no matter what you come in half have but it does suck to europe the movie at times the whole sequence with a.
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on Double Toasted
"She really did. And you know what? That's the thing with the movie, man. They got some town females in this film. Regina hall. She's always Larry. She's always funny. She was that last movie. She did which wasn't good. But she was good any, right? The one where she was the boss who the freaky Friday, though. Yeah. When she turned to a little kid. Wow. That. Yeah. That, that movie we care, he doesn't remember the name of. Yeah. City problem. Yeah. Because it's fucking forgettable like this movie is right here. The only thing that's make this movie members like well, how'd you fucked up? Shaft that much man. But the problem with the movies that you've got you have some talented women in there. But look, you know, me, I ain't trying to jump on feminist shit because, you know, I will tell you straight up. I have I don't I don't agree with. I don't agree with it, but here. It's kinda weird and the Kranj comes in the way the movie either refers to women as people need to be saved. Either of villains a pain. Our pain ass are seriously. They are referred to just straight up as pussy. Yeah. I was like, damn they got a name. Yeah. I mean this one, we make sense if, if rather than showing us which shaft did has done since two thousand is if they showed how he fell in a frozen lake and didn't get thought out until just now he was on a time machine. And he came through because it's so much as happened between two thousand now, yet, well-nigh main be has all schools you want. You can't ignore the changes. We've had and society and in technology. Exactly, you can't try to do that by making fun of it, but still condoning encouraging, what the main thing. Yeah. On one hand, they make fun of it, but on more often than not, they condone it. And that's and that's where that's where the cringe factor comes in, because even when you have junior or JJ the one going like, you know, man, you can't do that. And this is they cost to make him the buffoon ghetto the butt of the jokes. So it's almost like everything. He's saying, like, I don't listen to him. Yeah. He's like, wait a minute. Now. Yeah. He he's, he's the square. Yeah. He's. One is not Cooley, shove. Now, you know, should I haven't talked up going refer to women as pussy as much as he wants to because, well, he chef and he's the title character. And he's cool, right? Where we show you like those. Yes, I like I like pussy, yet, the way you say post, you don't sound like you like it describe what a pussy look. That's that joke go several times in the movie man, several in by the way, notice how they slop and try to put in a Pulp Fiction reference, there, like they do with a lot of things like that whole thing, I'm tired of being compared to Laurence Fishburne..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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John Wickjohn Wick And John Whikiss discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"Okay. I've missed John wick one and John wick house, John wick three bay about the same. So John whikiss counter Reeves. Halle Berry is in this Laurence. Fishburne all-star cast, and they've been in some of the other released in some of the other ones. So here's the deal. So John wick is a super assassin K, and there is a think of it as the assassins. Union other unionized their guild, if you will. Well, he, he violates the code if you will. So they put a hit out on his head. So this movie is two hours and ten minutes. Hold on a bad thing. Okay. Of John wick, killing people in every conceivable way you can think of. Wow. Actually, one of the jokes is out. There is like that people were trying to keep track of the body count. And they can't. This will be is bloody. Exactly. The story. There's a hit on his head. He has to try to find redemption. This people are now going for the story, I can acknowledge that, you know, know, if you haven't seen one in two you might be a little Austin this. There's a lot of call backs to the previous movies is maybe why things happen and number three basically picks up at the last scene of, of number two, basically. So go back and see to at least two and three but for the type of people that want to go see enjoy John wick one enjoyed John week, to like that kind of action like that kind of death and destruction. John MC three is, is it on steroids on the on the one to five scale I gave John Waco four. Wow. Okay. It's for this is exactly what people expect the care less about
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Good morning. Six girls. More in the studio with me now yesterday, it was confirmed that legendary film director producer John singleton passed away at the age of fifty one. And there was a lot of people just basically showing him love on Instagram Jenin Jackson, poses something that said, you gave me my first movie role, my first offer nomination, and so much more comments that not only did John McCain for us in our culture. He made one of the most iconic videos ever remember the time with Michael Jackson video too. So posted I was discovered by a master filmmaker by the name of Johnston. He not only made me a movie star. But made me a filmmaker express. How sad I am to lose my brother, friend and mentor. Yeah. Man. We're talking about movies all the movies. He did. He did. I didn't even realize. He did. Yeah. Like direct overdoing us when floor like empire. Yes empire. He just made so many films that are socially conscious in they hit two especially living in Los Angeles. You could relate to these movies boys into hood poetic Justice, even even a movie like baby boy had a little bit of comedy steel, spokesman perspective that needed to be talked about. And like we said he was the first African American director nominated for an Academy Award at the age of twenty four years old, boys. Yes. I wish you would. Block movie Chrysler Voisin hood, he was actually offer a hundred thousand dollars not make the movie turned it down because he knew he was born to make that film. So this man this legend garnered a young age, he doesn't even feel right? This is getting really hard for the city to take all these men. John singleton even people that really represented for the city, man. Yeah. And you know, he put so many people on we forget about Roger Hinson Laurence Fishburne shop with Samuel Jackson. You talked about launching Cubans in the stratosphere EL with doing that. So we wanna do we want to celebrate his life. Right. Celebrate a John singleton. So we're about to play a clip for you can guess from which John singleton movie. This is from we're gonna give you tickets go check out the intruder Rawson navy a black Opal beauty bag something that no really appreciate. And American Express gift cards. Where's this from? Oh, shoot. Are we got a problem here? Eight five to one zero five nine have you could guess from wishing know that John singleton film. That's from. We got some for you, man. He was back inside mix long live, John singleton pres-. He's..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To the black American experience in a way that hadn't been done before. This story's felt real they felt raw if you wanna talk about guns. Why is it that there's a gun shop on almost every corner in this community? Why the same reason that is a liquor store on almost every corner in the black community. Why they want us to kill ourselves. That's a clip from singleton's nine. Nineteen Ninety-one debut film, boys in the hood. He was just twenty three years old when he wrote and directed that movie it earned him Oscar nominations for his writing and directing which made singleton the youngest person. And I after American to be nominated for best director that was just the beginning. Though. Singleton became a prolific filmmaker NPR TV critic Eric Diggins joins us now to remember his legacy. Thanks for being with us. Eric. Hi, let's go back to that year ninety one. He was just twenty three years old. And he merges as this as this writer director that that broke all kinds of boundaries. What at that particular film boys in the hood mean to audiences and other black filmmakers? Yeah. I think is hard to remember now because so much of pop culture and television movies are different. But when wasn't HUD came out, there weren't a lot of films out there that captured what life was like us central Los Angeles at that time, and that humanized the people who lived in that neighborhood, poor black and Brown. People struggling with poverty and gang violence and drug violence, and he was able to create these characters that were very memorable. He had this amazing cast, you know, everybody from Cuba Gooding junior Laurence Fishburne to Regina king. And then he was also able to because the film was a success inspired this idea that they would be a bunch of other. Great black filmmakers to come behind him. And tell these stories that would humanize people that aren't often humanized in in films at that time. Unfortunately, it took quite a while. I think for that to take hold and only now are we starting to see the fruits of that where you can look at a movie like Black Panther. And you can see the director, right? Kugler tapping, you know, his experience in Oakland the way that singleton tat his experience growing up in Los Angeles to tell these authentic stories about black culture black people. It's finally happened in film and television. But it took a lot longer maybe than people thought at the time. Right. We all associate him with boys in the hood. But as I noted I mean, he made a lot art. He made a lot of film a lot of TV how how do you as a critic as a fan? How do you identify something that maybe isn't is off off the radar? What stands out to you in his works? Well, what I think he's known for is having a very. Sorry. Intimate knowledge of Los Angeles. And being able to recreate that city in ways that is really interesting and really compelling. So he did this documentary about the anniversary of the Roddick king riots. He did an amazing episode of television American crime story, the people the OJ Simpson he directed episode of that that was centered in Los Angeles Senate race, and in the politics of the time he was known as somebody who could articulate those things regarding Los Angeles. But make them feel universal store. NPR? Tv critic Eric Duggan's, remembering the life of film and TV director, John singleton. Thanks so much. Ten minutes now before seven o'clock, and before we bring the California report, we'll get another look at the commute.
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on Nerd On! The Podcast
"Like, I get excited when I'm going to watch it again, where am I oh sweet defined my taste in. Movies. I feel fourteen in very impressionable. Yeah. Yeah. Doesn't batman? Jumping over buildings and. No one voted for me. I. Would no one had voted for Tom. I was like, oh, no we've all chosen poorly. I mean again, four point eight and I liked the movie, and it's the Crump of the week. If what happened. Sometimes you know, that's how it'd be. Can I gosh about one? Laurence Fishburne his great. If you he's great and good anything that he does. But very. Very still good a very specific movie that I wanted to throw out there is Maciel boys boys in the hood. It is such a good movie to go. See it can I add onto the loans Fishburne movie train, and it's a movie called the signal by eight twenty four we watched it together. Yeah. It's really interesting. It's really interesting movie. He's kills it as usual per use. I think he could have done a really good job in DC you with Perry white. I don't know if they're gonna put him in anything else. But like, oh, it was like I was really liking his Perry white. Yeah. All breaking news, water, wet. Lawrence fish MSU. Yeah. It is in both. Rebel dip in. Devon, Devon, baby. Oh, quick question time. Read would you take the red pill at the boot Bill gets me out of the matrix red red Bill red red red red, okay, either as I knew everything was an allusion. And that like, my parents never loved me. They were just kind of program to possibly. Wow..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"I should not think that movie was so funny. In me laughed in that movie way too much. Stuff that because it was so over the top. Laurence fishburne. This burn the goat for that dropped Larry after that movie. I thought it was to go. We don't want to say what we thought was buddy. How you gonna help us? Oh god. And last, but not least we're going to take it out to Indian river county, which is a Florida story. A man who was on blank was burning a big Pala trash behind his home. All right. A man who was on blank was burning big pilot trash behind them on the behind his home. He was burning trash. But when you find out what kinds of trash it is. You'd be surprised. Okay. Go ahead. Mo I have an idea when I hear burning in fire and trash I'm going with we. No man when you say burning trash, I think meth again. Okay. All right. Get one, right? All right. All right. All right. Indian river county show, deputies went to this home investigated. They saw the investigators say they saw smoldering pile. Now's about six feet. Lynn the guy was burning plants of marijuana. The we and inhaling it at the same time. I was trying to. Idiot. That's florida..
"laurence fishburne" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"The lobby of the Bank that he's in there the whole national guard down there, everyone is firing at them. But I don't know if anyone's hitting them, and I don't know why ever hits them or what happens and has certain point has just one point when he's training with more fiesta. Laurence fishburne. He says you're saying I can when he's learning about these. You're saying I can dodge bullets and he's saying, no, I'm telling you, you're not going to have to. So this is the part where he's like almost cannot be shocked because he's so fast and move. But then he's also biting agents here. These are just do these guys like you. I know but with tons of gun. Yeah. But what about her can she get John? She's learning the same. She has the same abilities at this. Basically, if you're in that hipster of trenchcoat, you can't get shot at that point. He's dodging bullets and gets Nick by some bullets is that after this age of shoots adamant agents like super super power agents are better. But then what did agents doing with the guns? Well, they can they wouldn't even what are they doing with the why is there gun work better than than national than extras guns? We'll because they can they can they can truly manipulate the matrix move. That's not a human. How what is their guns still? Well, this the gun itself. Just does whatever they want wanted to do. All right. I gotta believe will. I don't know. Why there's there's too much. There's too much gun shooting this movie for for where we are for what the movie what what's funny about that. And people crap on the matrix sequels, and they are both good and bad varying degrees in the sequels they dispense with the guns. Because now the agents are like, oh this dude can stop bullets. It's it's no use. Now. It's all in the next two movies. It's all hand hand combat and sword the knives because that was gonna actually you know, penetrate and be initiated in Pierce. So in picked up on that. Because in the next movie, they dispense with guns almost entirely it was enjoyable, and I get it was groundbreaking. They did a lot of interesting stuff twenty years ago. Now been twenty years exactly I love the like, you said these types of movies when I saw the trailer for this. I'm not seeing this movie with Kiana and some future movie. I liked it movie. Unlike other movies, like it has ideas and mail it in on the detail, and it had an look, I I like the overall gestalt of are we all just living in our world and spirited. Now more than ever when you turn on the news or Jesse small ladder. Something everyone's reacting to the same thing that in a weird way. Like Jesse small at is matrix. This is doing well. It's one guy kind of doing one thing and making us all feel a certain way. And it may not have have probably didn't happen at all. But yet we're all having a rack into something that actually didn't happen two thousand miles away in the middle of the night. So that's where I liked, you know, does that stake tastes like steak you making it like say like I like the idea behind the whole thing. And I thought ideas, really cool and all that I just felt like when people are just got..
John Wick 3: Parabellum discussion
"Want to kind of discuss John wick three. This is Joey when it first came out was a huge surprise everybody on how awesome canneries was in an action movie with killing a bunch of dudes. Now, don't get major cool. But this is more this actually one of these movies that they said the actually change the action. John. Rowe the entire action on how action things are shocked. No, more crazy. You know, slow motion bullets. It's all real live. And he didn't doesn't he doesn't himself. If you Google Keanu Reeves three gun or gun shooting range. He is amazing zeal and he's like. And I I I never liked him as an actor till John wick the desert, see more. He was born several other stuff. He did as a person. Damn Yuki honorees, you're making me like, you know, how dare given his seat up to somebody. Letter three the guy the other Bill and Ted the other guy who Preston Brenston Bill or something he's going to be done with three playing the manual shoveling. No, just kidding. That that'd be great crazy doing the guitar. Yeah. So this is going to be more of a speculation thing. We don't it's still out there. We know who that cast the we definitely know who they cast his back and the hotel. Yeah. The hotel manager maybe at well. I think is the manager. Okay. Hotel hotel, which I I watched told the other night. Yeah. Really wish they actually would make because I I heard streaming that they might make hotel continental show about about body about fanciest chain of those hotels internationally there. Forgive me for him in though. So yeah, but Lawrence fish worms come back. Right. All his character is posing gonna clash heavily with English as because lords Fishburn, the leader of the. Yeah. That was. Yeah. So you got two other big names with Halle Berry. Yes, she's Safiya fasten. We'd be rose potentially rose was she was in jumping to what she did. She was she was one of the main people are right. The thing is like at the end. He I think either shoots our stature. And then he says hold this here, and then he leaves? So we didn't see her by so. Yeah. Well, I wouldn't she wouldn't be top billing was the way. Yeah. But I at the end the also saw where they told him. Hey, you know, we got to come after you. Yeah. Go ahead start. What is it? I looked it up Zeevis pessimism barrow bellum. I guess that's a that's the para bellum is the dumb with three pair of idle subtitles subtitle, and he was excommunicated resigned. So he he screwed up and he killed so many on hotel continental at the let me rephrase spoilers. But you know, if Yeah. I'm. Even one or two people in this movie and two, but yeah. So he p kill. He kills guy in the hotel continental which is rule number one. No, no. It's a big. No, no. So you get you get banned from your assassin club on you because. Yeah. Be safe ground. Yeah. So yeah. So John week three, man. It's going to be apparently he's on a horse that was that was on that Trump is scape. The city, and I guess that was one. There. It is. Yeah. Who's feed is dog? Will he's leaving big pit bull compete himself. Now just goes out and killed scores. Like, wasn't you? Don't wanna do is mess with John wicks is -actly. Oh, you know, the first one was a beagle. Sick was a pit bull. So yeah. Yeah. There was going to be like a miniature horse one isn't a big horse. So yeah, I think I it's going to be one of those movies where you you just got to go watch theaters. But yeah, it's it's it's gonna it's gonna be crazy. I can't wait until it is especially I lords Fishburn and Andy mcshea any machine. I mean, if you're like you oughta Reeves's xactly picture by being. It's the fourth matrix Laurence, Fishburne and canneries. They're they're going to be consuming. It out. Ooh. Ooh. Thank you did see that tied tied it altogether. Matrix, the fourth meet, well, you know, matrix revolutions what I'm saying here joke. Houston's going to be in this also as the director member of the hi this is this is you'll be one of the high ups. I hope this is going to be like the JAMES BOND series. I could I could get behind that get behind that in like five years, John wick is actually in five years. They replace it with with another personal. Yeah. I could see him going following another assassin. I hear here's thing. I think what they're going to do. They're going to do the board series. It's going to it's. Joan week. That was the worst born ever. I like Jerry come on man on Hawkeye. Yeah. Oh, yeah. People heroes, but hey, comma, down below because what do you guys think about John week three coming up? I think I can't wait that that is one of the movies. I'll just go ahead and pay for out of pocket. I don't have movie pass anymore. Screw you movie that by it'll Blu Ray watch marathon. Yeah. The draft house should do a marathon for John wiggled comes out. Yeah. All fact. Makes you wanna frigging kill somebody. I just wanna shoot something. Cool. John wake say it ends. Starting the Dixon starts. It's not a time. Oh, Exactly. exactly. Right. Yeah. Yeah. In just just cut with the credits. In the movie. Yeah. Yeah. Don't even show the credits GIS credits in just just go to. Yeah. It's a nine hour movie. I would watch that to cloth bags other went to get up missing. Oh, watching Gatorade bottle bombs air who it just leave him there? Yeah. I'm pretty sure. Visit by. My name is Patrick with
Clint Eastwood, Bradley Cooper Reunite in Trailer for Drug Drama ‘The Mule’
"Coburn's trending online right now is Clint Eastwood you guys this trailer for his new movie it's called the mule, and it's based on a true story of a ninety year old drug mule for the Mexican cartel Eastwood returns as a director and the star of this movie for the first time in a new movies in the two thousand eight he's gonna be joined by Bradley Cooper, Michael penna and Laurence Fishburne the mule. It looks saw