17 Burst results for "Linda Fiorentino"

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"That's cool. I mean when you're editing ordinary people which won the oscar that year for best picture. I mean that's an astonishing story unto itself and what an interesting career and he was a great navigator through it and it was just interesting. You know when you look at the evolution of his work because when you look at movies like revenge of the nerds or gotcha. You don't necessarily pick up on the direct orioles stamp but then you know you look a little closer and just elements like what makes nerds works so well is the kind of team camaraderie of the group of leads of that movie. And you see that realized gotcha like the band for example. I cited the interview the punk band that show up. So i really enjoy that you can kind of see these connections at what jumps out to him. It's really appealing and how he finds humanity in what could easily be grotesque caricatures and onion. Let's think about some of the scenes in the film like the whole east lynne stuff. It had no right to be as intriguing. And doc as it was at times this was meant to be a fluffy eighties comedy with a spy. Plot running sir. More of an anthony edwards vehicle really But what we got was a really stock. Look at. What east berlin looked like at the time will i liked that. He never undercuts his own movie. Like someone who's making a comedy he finds the humanity in the characters like that's where the comedy comes from. He doesn't just go for easy gags and basically as you said you know this whole east berlin suspenseful scenario. He's not like basically just like making fun of the whole scenario like he's not undercutting suspense of what the sequence could be. He actually cares about the story. Telling and i think that honestly extends as well to the romantic relationship between anthony edwards and linda fiorentino. There are so many filmmakers at this time would have taken that exact same material and made it like sleazy or just kind of crass and he doesn't do that. And i know reference that in the interview that if felt a lot more realistic and played out in a way that it at least respectful to the actors and characters that just feels almost outside of nineteen eighties. sex comedies. But speaking of crass scenes now jeff says his favorite scene in the film was the sex scene between antony linda fiorentino. That was your favorite scene right. Well it was heavily down and much like my sexiness. They're very short speaking.

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:19 min | 4 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Until the preview audiences got uncomfortable with the essential moments. but now they. They never had a problem. Transitioning from the comedic opening to this fiber. They never questioned that. In any of the previews didn't bother anybody to make that transition and again. I think it's because we were even though we were making silly moments at the beginning we're trying to keep it real so when when it got real for anthony you know he. He wasn't expecting to have this adventure and then it just happens to him and the audience. I think identifies in goes along with. It will let bring up. How real it feels because that was one thing. That kinda surprised me. I'd never seen this movie until he went to review it for the to the podcast. And i kind of went in expecting something. Maybe a little more kind of goofy. And i was actually surprised. How seriously a lot of the spy elements were taken. You know you have that scene where linda fiorentino is being held and being stripped and i was like. Wow this is a you know. You're dealing with this in a more dramatic fashion than what i would have expected re going into it. Really looking to have these espionage elements taken more seriously and also perhaps influences in terms of the vision of what this you know. These sorts of spicer would well. I definitely in was a similar dynamic for me as nerds which is yes. It's a comedy. But i wanted to feel like real life. And yes this has women get shot in the back and falls into his arms and Real danger and right up until the end. You wanna feel it. There's they're in real serious jeopardy so it was again that feeling that it's good to be funny but you need to keep it real so as far as the other spy movies. I i don't think i i mean i know. I watched a lot of them. But i didn't sit down and study other people's spy movies. I was pretty much the scenes. I'm not sure how to articulate this.

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:58 min | 4 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"This'll be probably did out a prophet probably well and we have so covet. If you my critiques by did just want to. Maybe tuck in a little bit more to linda. Fiorentina's character and so of y feel should have been the story The anthony edwards goes holiday. Inn meets them the fiorentina's character and that's what love affair starts in. He gets involved in spite blow but as soon as he so gets the film and she's captured by the russian spies. Linda fiorentino disappears for minutes. Yeah about that. Yeah and and that's why the film just completely loses this energy for me and that's a shame because i to see more of that will turns out she's doing she's hanging out some offices in los angeles. Yeah again if you build this whole movie around linda fiorentino. I don't really know how you would do that because then you have. Your point of view character is like seducing seventeen or eighteen year old. And you're like wait. I'm having trouble getting on board with this. Is the fantasy element. You just really. Can't you can't cross those lines. It doesn't make a lot of sense but just in terms of her character. I would totally watch like a spy movie. Just starring linda fearing tino I think that would be fantastic but you are right like she brings an energy to this movie that it raises the movie like once she walks onto the scene. The movie gets better and better when it's her and at the edwards opposite each other just acting off one another when it and just leaves anthony edwards on his own to talk to himself a lot and kind of run through the you know the beats of spy plot it begins to kind of just unravel in terms of its tension in terms of its interest level. Like it's those two together that matter and why we care about the movie. His whole hunt to gang contact with the fbi and the cia takes forever my book and i don't really care because i'm surprised. He does well yet with the movies..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I could buy that. I think and this is where my problems of the film creeps in is the. I think linda fiorentina's character. Sasha i think is actually a stronger character and you're more drawn to want to see her story but whereas you're watching it through the lens of anthony edwards jonathan who assist seventeen eighteen year old. Jn as a by say nuclear wessels. Here's very strange accent. Choice she made but And so when she disappears. I'm thinking about what she's doing. Not worried about what jonasson story does. He would have had film with her as leader in nineteen nine hundred like this so they we go. We go. But i think that's one of the weaknesses of the films that you care more about secondary character than you do the primary. We'll like she walks into this movie and it's just like there is a maturity and confidence to linda. Fiorentino that you're just not getting with any of the other actors anthony edwards and it's not just because they're playing younger characters. It's just like in terms of just perform. Linda fiorentino feels like a movie star. Walking into you know kind of be level on campus comedy and you're just like who. Who is this woman like. This woman woman is clearly like a movie star and anthony. Edwards is nothing against him whatsoever as the lead. I think the problem is is character has not aged. Well it's that he's not As maybe as iffy as some of the male leads of these types of movies from the eighties but like he's a character who there's a lot of obnoxious traits to in the movie doesn't really punishing for them He does a lot of things in this will be. The final shots will toll touch on in a moment. This is a guy who comes across as just kinda borderline creepy or kind of weird socially awkward but in a way that's entitled like he's kind of weird towards people but then angry at them because they don't respond to the way he approaches them and that is the thing that exists in the real world but the movie doesn't seem to really interrogate him for that he gets more rewarded for it. I just decided that you would have had a campus coordinates. That would interrogate accounts character. Like that it's more as far as just play him as the hero. Yeah and but then this. This film isn't pitching to be an oscar winning you all time. Great film is a b. Mid-level comedy knows with as at least you don't though even get like kind of a really compelling growth narrative for that character because like if he's a loser at the start of the movie that's fine and it's not like he has a friend manolas in the film played by zoo garcia who is sort of the more experienced Guy like he's the one who can talk to women he's far more successful and he's played as a fairly normal guy and i think another movie would have played him as really like dushi like really do she as the guy who he's the lead character's friend but he's very clearly a creep. That's gonna get his come up by the end and here. He's actually a pretty supportive friend. that i was kind of surprised by just.

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"It's very much grounded in a place in time. Which is the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there. I'll say this like we watched it a couple of weeks back before we interview. Jeff gain you like we actually did the advance research for that interview. And then last night i re watched this movie and normally i don't watch things twice for this podcast. I tend to watch them the night before we do the review in. That's that this will be. I don't think it's particularly good. But i enjoyed actually going back to watch it in the sense. It was like totally painless for misery. Watch it has that sort of goofy eighties vibe. There's elements about it. I really enjoy. I think linda fiorentino is like really really strong in this movie. It's like a movie star performance in this kind of goofy comedy and she doesn't really hang around the whole movie and we'll get into that in a few minutes but i feel like the movie suffers in her absence but it has her this goofy amiable vibe. That i found is kind of fun to watch. It has problems. It's not a perfect movie by any stretch. But i think i enjoyed this one more than i enjoyed jumping. Jack flash and i definitely enjoyed this more than the man with red shoe. Is this this film. I want to sit down. You know with the bucket cop cohen and timothy golan new watch. You know that that is the question and it. Has that the eighties field as you say it's easy to watch. It's not offensive. It might might. Quick line of my review was an inoffensive and sometimes fun teen movie rump. Yeah like that's it like if you compare it to so late to t- movies like american pie. It's nowhere near shock. Shock value in that is very offensive. Really push the limits is that for a few questionable choices. It will get to later. But i think this film walks when it takes itself a bit more serious There's a whole section where they go to east berlin this before the full of the berlin wall sewage Communist armed diaz stuff over there. There's actually some tension going on film. That's actually really interesting stuff. And you say..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

08:35 min | 5 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Matthew modine Obviously full metal jacket one of my favorite pieces of work. You are involved with love early army and that movie and just love that moving general. You started acting long before that right. Yeah i mean not not too long before that i guess about five years i did film called birdie birdie. I worked with robert men movie called. streamers vision quest with harold. Becker that sure vision vision quest and everyone loves vision. Quest madonna song ships. You tired or you go back. And you look at it you go. Oh i can't believe i was recommending this you're recommending masturbating folk. I would be the ultimate recommendations up. Linda fiorentino and not me and my retired officer has gone rogue one way or another also remember movie called. Was it wind wind. Yeah it was like a movie by competitive sailing. I was it was weird. Strange call but It worked it was one of those great movie to make. Somebody needs to make a movie about the world. The fast paced world slow sailing and they did Was really interesting. Moving away the ships were created. And all that all that kind of stuff and it must have been a. What's been a blast. Shoot that movie. Unbelievable we started in australia in perth. Fremantle and then. We came up to new england and sailed in rhode island. And then the the problem. W- the reason we ended up in hawaii was that there was no win to sail in australia. They were starting to already start to experience those effects of global warming and so they call the fremantle doctor that austrailia heated up landmass. We heat up and pull all that. Arctic air up from the south and it wasn't happening that they said you know the old timers said you could set your clock by the fremantle doctor that by noon as the land mass heated up and it pulled that cold air it was like opening the refrigerator door and everybody was so happy when that cold air would come up and you could catch that and go sailing but it wasn't happening a everything was all screwy and wacky and we spent two months in australia just sitting out in the water with with no wind. And you can imagine you can imagine the cost to the production company so we finished up in australia. Which was unbelievable because you get a swell and the boats going through come crashing down and you know it's funny when you hear about like the old timer. Say or the old timers who tell you i don. I feel like when. I become old timer. I'm not going to have anything to offer like i'm going to. I'm going to be like well. You know if you hit the tivo remote if you go forward three times in a row the four-time it'll kick you back fifteen seconds. Thank you grandpa corolla. Yeah that's it that's all. I got for my grandmother and her last day. She was listening to donohoe on eight track. Still you know she wouldn't let go of the technology and that's what she was like. She was like these are great. They'll click in the middle. But also i don't think any man on the moon you'd be able to talk to when the internet started. Yeah but you know you're going to hear a lot like i'm going to be like let me tell you about life before cell phones. Shut up man. You're blocking the set. Playing grand theft carjack five. Get your ass out of the way. I don't think anyone wants to hear from the elders anymore. I think that's the old go. Get some botox old guy freaking me out but my last days with my grandmother. She was one hundred and four really. Yeah and i'd go there and our interaction together was they would have a day where somebody brought crispy creams and i'd feed her like a turtle and then she looked at me and she kind of get confused and then she'd tell me to leave and then she called me back and it's nice it's nice. It's kind of nice though you know. I have a grandmother. Who's ninety six. And i have twins that are three and i can have a conversation with with all of them and not really pay attention and they don't know i'm not i'm on ebay looking car parts. And i'm having a conversation with my son. And he never goes what the icon fucking talking to grandma. And it's the same way it's like you know skew the thing you can look at your watch do a little. You can do little twitter tax. You know the only problem with the older ones. You gotta be careful. Because i remember like i was wearing a fishing hat when i visited her and left it and then she spent like the next two months thinking that my grandfather was picking up for vacation every now and then you've got to be careful because you know when they get in the loop they get in the loop and then also every once in a while they have little snap of lucidity and like. I like talking to my grandma's That's like looking other places thinking about are things and she goes. Hey are you tired. And i go. No and i'm like back for a second because they could see me from their own. It'll locked in for a minute so you so so so matthew but you started early as well. I mean not movies but you started doing theater and things like that do commercials that that kind of thing started when i was in in Junior high school. I mean when. I was really young i was like fifth grade and i saw a documentary about the making of of oliver and my dad was driving theater. Managing we were moving a lot. And i sort of felt like identified with that boy in oliver. I'd dancing singing right but but Because i think because we're moving because they were tearing the drive ins down so we moved. I was born here in california at loma linda and then we moved to imperial beach. We had to drive in there then. He got transferred to utah. And we had about fifteen drive ins. And i thought my dad was kind of this re rehabilitator of driving because he'd come in and put all seven of the kids to work in the snack bar in the box office. Picking up garbage cleaning the toilets and we'd move and and in the next driving would be kind of a shithole and we'd go to work fixing it up and what. My dad just fixed drive-ins up because he liked to have nice but what was happening was we weren't moving because he was moving on to fix another one. We were moving because they were tearing the one behind us down. Turn it into a grand central or shopping development. You know well whenever when they start having swap meets it whatever place you're working at on during the daylight hours that's always a harbinger of bad of doom. You know what. I mean when someone goes i got a nice business. Go just like a swap me just just just during the daylight hours just one sunday out of the month. Eventually they're taking over at the swap meets the beginning of the end swap. Meet some parking. Yeah which use your place for parking for our successful business because we've got too many cars patrons at our place or your place to we know mummies have stumbled out here. We're going to crazy business in that we need to acres and acres of real estate tons of concrete and tons of equipment and we can only be open in the evenings. Obviously it's gotta be it's gotta be dark and then it just seemed like some that was doomed from the beginning but that's how cheap real estate was back in the day and there i used to go to one out here in van is i mean. Individuals probably surrounded by orange groves right. Yeah yeah and and they. And they they'd have the swing set the play-set up front like under the screen time commonly out for all these things. Yeah they pulled those up. That was that was the the beginning of the end as well because some kid fell down on a remember that you try to get it going as fast as you couldn't hold on and not vomit and somebody fell off and knock different teeth out and they suit right. It was the beginning of that horrible thing where people sued if they had an accident fell down the Coyote stuffing the five kids in the trunk and getting them in getting in for free..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

08:01 min | 6 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Never to my family right. That's not true it does happen. We want to help everyday crime stories. We break down the biggest breaking crime news and try to put the clues together. We speak with family members. Reporters investigators police and specialists. Every day is mission every day. A chance to stop crime and to keep one more person safe join us. Listen to crime stories with nancy. Grace on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Again klay travis buck sexton show. We are here in our new york city studio with an coulter hanging out. Guys are having a fantastic wins day and as we went to break you spend for people who don't know you live in florida for most of the year but you also enjoy coming up to new york and hanging out. I don't live in florida. I live in new york and los angeles but cova changed my patterns so when you look at the larger experience of new york. We're talking about the idea of vaccine passports and who might come here vacations. Who might come here on trips all of those things. How is new york different for you. If it is per a adopting this perpetual out the same as la for for for you young whippersnappers. You should watch my favorite movies. The last seduction One theme of which is filmed newer. Is wendy croix. linda fiorentino. All she wants to do is get back to new york. She has to flee a murderer or something else she wants to do. That's how they figure out very frisky but it's fantastic and that's what i've been like for the past eighteen months. All i want to do is get back to new york. I wake up in the middle of the night. I've got to get back to new york or la and la has been even worse than new york because of you know gas gone. Garcetti new some new york for the past. I dunno last summer and this summer. It was starting really fantastically grade. Oh yeah i'm so happy. I'm back into the city in the world. As i told you your first day in new york. Nope today is the day. It started sucking. Yeah click klay. Went to las vegas by the way. Ask your man. He went to. La the mask man. Within the last three weeks he shows up here and the vaccine passport is unveiled so curse plays like the ovation zero. I'm a super shredder of disappearing. I wanna make to scientific points. One is buck is genius. I don't know if you remember. We argued about this last year. And i'm about to say you were totally right about the to scientific points. I want to make and that is i. Forget what i was saying. You know once the vaccine comes out once they see the mass don't work. Oh yeah this is going to pass in a few weeks and i think that was assured me that no. They're doing this. Because they like controlling us and the moment you said that a light. But i thought what kind of idiot am i totally right. That's what has happened and the to proves that is my column from last week on backseat. Karen's which you were talking about just now starting after study after study including one. That just came out last week. An enormous studies show that people who have had cove it even mild kucova. Even ason govan have better stronger broader immunity than people who have been vaccinated. So y will the maxine cairns not accept a card showing that you had cove. I mean there are today. They insist we. We had senator rand paul also. Md on right turns out to be right. He's been right. And the the data out of the cleveland clinic shows that this is also the case tens of thousands of people. They've looked at shows that the they naturally derived merely but you know they've once again moved the goalposts. It was get the shot. And you're done. Yeah and now. It's oh oh and we're not gonna force you to get the shot now. It's we're going to force you to get the shot. The next goal post to move. We're gonna figure out pretty soon is will you need to update your shot right. Oh and we'll already have that vaccine passport. In place in new york would be able to get on an airport step. They're taking right now on cnn or sitting at hero fly list at a treat. You like you're bin laden if you haven't gotten a vaccine that even if you've had covert you have absolutely no reason by the way and when is the society do we get to a point we just say. Look yeah if you don't want to get the vaccine. That song right it eighty. You're not but argued gotten the vaccine. You're pushing it. I don't wanna hear from them anyway. And okay and that leads directly to my second scientific point delta variant like a gift from god to humanity. We're going to give you an variant of cogan. That spreads like mad. It's insanely contagious. You're all going to get it but good news. Almost none of you will die. So god natural herd immunity. And we're saying no put on mass stop herd. Immunity are you. Are you surprised by some of these countries like us. I mean canada. Their bunches. i love. Canadians are so polite and i liked them but there. There's so much socialist. Mother canadian right wingers their friends by but for the most part. But i mean australia. I think is much less interested in this. Because it would terrify people into. Oh this can happen in a liberal. Democracy seem pretty happy and they're bludgeoning old ladies with batons in germany and in france. Because they don't want vaccine passports. You don't see that on our news stations now. No i mean. It's more frightening. I'm with you when the uk and australia and canada. You'd get frisky. that scares me more. I expect the germans and the french to be fascist the anglo-saxon countries. And that's why. I say i mean some of those people were sort of. We're sort of jerks but the ones who would go and protest Gretchen whitmer. i don't know if you saw those guys. They were little. They were a little aggressive. I thought they somebody ending up. I've thought we would have. And this is through. The only thing that has surprised me. This whole time is that there has not been more mass pushback and mass non. There's sheep that could have anticipated. People have been going along with. Its much more and i just spoke to somebody yesterday. About the latest numbers from the border Some folks recovering this very closely. I wanna talk to you about this because another story. That generally the media's not interested in and the the border acid his border opening said it's worse than open actually. It's actually open in a way that it will be hard to ever close over facing right now because of the structures that they've set up so i wanna come into talk to ann coulter thirteen time new york times bestselling author and colder dot com for and klay what he got. Yeah and also we want to talk about is trump gonna run again And i'm curious. 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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:21 min | 6 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Unspooled

"Because they're not worried about making movies or mega making a bottom line. And when you look at you know why there's a bunch of sequels because of ip it's simply because of ip. It's because like we understand that we can sell that. I already know that you know it's coca-cola's the most famous brand that you can see around the world. I remember being in like in the in a fucking village outside of dakar in northern africa and seeing coca cola logo. Mike faulk yudo. So i think this idea that like. I'm not here to bang the drum. Like it's we're running out of ideas it really is. The mandate is different. The mandate studios is to be run by people. Cave gave a shit. And now it's and when you gotta hit you had a hit and now it's like these are things to be made to have profit. Yeah and then my friend. And i were talking about space jam to this weekend. He made a point of like correcting himself. Not calling it. A warner brothers film. But then like time warner which is on by and he just started calling it an. At and t. film Because it is at at the end of the day you're in. At and t. product. And i am if those films are able to still make money and make room for other good films. I'm not going to hate them. Just for existing. But i'm hoping to figure out ways that they can be encouraged to at least make better ones. You know well. Yeah but that's why you have eight twenty four. That's what you have blood house. That's why you have all these you know you have net flicks you. Have you know but even netflix fall into that. Multinational thing But it's like that's what you have these smaller studios what's fester money. They can't anti anthem. Well i guess the question is like but they can make a movie that makes a lot of money. Yeah right yeah. I guess. I guess but as a blockbuster i guess to me a blockbuster is to who is seen it versus. How much money was spent on it. Like yes i get like. Oh that's a big blockbuster. If you're go. See that in the theater but i would say i would. If you were to ask me. I would rather be in the movie that everyone loves and that they saw verses the movie that had the biggest budget behind it no totally. But i think in toronto that we're talking about that's part of the reason why we're talking about men in black and not big leading huge profit maker but you don't really call that a blockbuster right yeah so i guess you yeah. Obviously we really went down the rabbit hole. Everything is gay because this movie is actually very interesting about where sequels are going in and we can as we kind of move around. I think we're going to you know this. is i. think a very nice a bookend too drastic park and where the future goes me. We can end the series on a more modern sequel. But weren't you stuck in his watch that for all of the padding on the back marvel movies do about diversifying their characters and like. Oh god now we are able to have like anthony. Mackie play captain. America here is a movie from eighteen. Ninety seven where the movie ends with. Like the only white guy retiring and the franchise at the end of this at least pretending to be taken over by linda fiorentino and will smith by a woman and by a black yeah thumbs. Yeah anyway can't fight other good partner in time has to come back but it made me think that we have been circling around having the same conversation forever in marble..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:27 min | 6 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Unspooled

"I couldn't i couldn't. The year is nineteen ninety seven lion. King debuts on broadway nasr's mars pathfinder's sojourner becomes the first wheeled vehicle to rove on another planet. The first book in the harry potter series published. One point five billion people watch the televised funeral for princess. Diana and the bodies of thirty nine members of heaven's gate cult were discovered after they died by suicide. In hopes of hopping on a spaceship following the hale bopp comet the audiences right now are going to the theater to watch. Titanic which doesn't show contact tradition the show the fifth element which people want to on the show and also. How did this get made some very curious about that. And today's film men in black amy. Who's in it. Who made it. What's about give me the stats. All right settling so men in black. It is based on a three issue. Comic book written basically for the purpose of being optioned as a film. Tv property about two special agents j. in k. Who were part of a secret government agency test to bureaucratize. I would say alien life on earth not to shoot it down but to tame it and keep things orderly The comic book was of course option in the script was then written by ed. Solomon of the bill. And ted franchise. If ed solomon sounds really familiar. It's because the villain in bogus journey. Chuck d nomolu. Is ed sullivan backwards. His own little hat tip to himself. I love that. just got. Shut that out there Many black is directed by barry sonnenfeld who we have crossed paths with. Before on the show i would say subconsciously. Berry was the cinematographer for the coens for raising arizona and also their first film blood simple. They all made a film together. Having never made a film before then he did. Penny marshall's big. He was the cinematographer for that and then he began to make movies himself. When all of the big names turned down. Directing the addams family and producers got rubin turned to bury. Instead if he couldn't have anyone famous this movie. He at least wanted a weirdo. First timer with a vision so very sonnenfeld became the guy who directed both adams families. And then he did his passion project get shorty with john travolta and then he started the men in black trilogy and he did all three of the very first men in black trilogy I'm going deep into various biography right now because he wrote his memoirs a couple years ago. they're called barry sonnenfeld. Call your mother and his book is just terrific. Like i've really loved this book and if you were wondering He does say in his book very clearly. That scott rudin is a monster way before the producer was brought down last year He's got some good stories about scott ridden and good for you very but anyway back to the plot. Aj is played by. Tommy lee jones. He's the veteran. Who's been there in the agency since it was formed in nineteen sixty one and will smith is agent j hotshot newcomer. Who has to help his partner. Return a galaxy before the rightful owners are diplomatically floors to blow up the earth. Awesome the mixed. You've got vincent enough. Rio as this space roach inhabiting the skin of incidents and linda fiorentino as a memorable morgue worker who keeps getting her brains out because she keeps learning information she should not go take a lesson..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Reason Podcast

Reason Podcast

04:38 min | 7 months ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Reason Podcast

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Wonder Like what? What is the protocol for evacuations? Because I think you know if if you've got houses on the coast that were under 5, ft of water that seems like they should have probably been evacuated. I don't I don't know who to point fingers. I don't even know if there is anybody to point fingers that but that should have been a night I opening experience for a lot of people who believe we could never be hit by hurricane Correct. You gotta live. Hi. Who are you? Well, I'm kind of Hey, Kyle. What's up, man? Drew grovel and John sending from Joe grab a life. Not sure if we said so. I was just on the Madonna thing. She was in a movie called Body of Evidence. Willem Dafoe is in that right. William Dispose the lawyer. Yeah, she's left. That's Will. I am not William. What kind of problem? Really prick do you have to have for a parent to like, Make your name a normal name, But just not said regularly. Well, just for your information. His real name is William James Willem Dafoe Hey, became William Dafoe because it was already a William Dafoe in the Screen Actors Guild. You have to do things like that Same reason Jim J. Bullock. Was J. M. J. Bullock because it was another Jim J. Bullock and Sag. What an attention, whore. Okay anyway. Yeah, I'm happy. Too happy to teach that to you, sir, will end of felt. What was body of evidence about because I never saw it. I just I knew I I think I heard there was some hot sex scenes. Yeah, it was like soft core a lot of it In there. She's like a trophy wife, William deposed her lawyer will end the folks. Uz Garnie will end depose her lawyer and she starts looking up with him and he's got a family and that's the whole Yeah, It's actually pretty good. Other than you know, you think it holds up pretty thing? It's one of those like super hot in the eighties and isn't gonna be super hot now. Um, well, I mean, that was before the Internet will tell Sparks begin exactly go back to play voice situation, but, um I mean, as the movie it's actually a good movie. I think other than you know, just seeing her naked a bunch. I mean that Z pretty good place to start. Thank you. I just wonder about those movies that don't hold up like Linda Fiorentino and Bill Pullman's The Last Seduction 1994. Man, a sexy thriller of a romp. But does it hold up in 2020? I don't know what you mean. Hold up from a movie standpoint or hold up from a sexual standpoint. Like you'd watch him at the time and you go man. That's a super hot movie, but also a really good movie. That's true. That's a good combination, if you like, not a half weeks. More sexy than anything else. Not really That great of a movie per se Kim Basinger and Mickey Rourke. But if you can find a really if you can find a really good movie that is also super hot. Who That's a job. I wonder what the perfect like. Cross section of hotness and greatness is like the ultimate movie that embodies a great movie. That is also super hot. Yeah. Of our lifetime. Hot sex scenes while also being a great movie. I think a lot of people like movie buff people would probably say what was the with all the ballet movie with all the lesbian IQ action. Wax. Juan. I didn't find that sexy. I didn't watch it. I've only seen the clips on porn hub. Oh, Um, uh, It was a very disturbing movie and a great movie. But I didn't find the sex scenes. Even though they're with Super hot ladies. I did not find the sex scenes, very erotic at all. They were more disturbing Anything else. That was that was what's her name? Natalie Portman. And Winona Ryder was the older lady. And then wasn't it it Zoila Kunis? Yeah, you gotta live below. Goodness. Hey, what's up, guys? Hi. What's your name? Hey, Hey, J. How you doing? Anybody culture? I think, actually good man. Hey, listen, dude, stop being such a pussy and just tried. Really? It's just a freaking bridge. Oh, yeah, I'm aware I'm and I drove. I drove. I'm just here today to tell people like next time there's a tropical storm. They might not want to take the Howard Franklin Bridge. I'm doing a public service, sir. Public service, Mervis Man, take the skirt off and turn in your man card. Just drive over the bridge. For God's sake. I did. There's no such thing as a man card. That is what a raga tans like yourself like to say to make yourself feel more masculine, But we all know who wears the pants in the relationship. Yes, I just said that. Really? Yes. Really? I just said that to me face to face probably would probably wouldn't take your bankcard because you're discussing breath would drive me away from you. I wouldn't. I wouldn't say anything to your face because that garbage mouth of yours probably him. It's horrendous. Stanch from putting your face in your wife's garbage, Private parts, boy, Do you think about that? What do you think about that? What do you think about that for a minute? All right, Go ahead. About what? Push yourself. You're still in your man card. No, thank you. I appreciate the call that you have a great day. Okay, buddy. You still rather than later? Oh, man. See the fun like when you could, like, go toe to toe with a guy like that. And then he laughs at the end. And you both end up like feeling better about the call. Yeah. I mean, I don't know. I don't know if that was like, a like a good laugh, or that was like, Yeah, but that was one of the old. Jeez, I don't know. Yeah, That's how I took it. Like a scary laugh. Like hell. Yeah, I can see various like we'll see. Like a sinister lad. I was a will see laugh. I thought I thought that was a look with a fine mess. We've gotten into laugh, but you might be right. You gotta live alone. Who are you? Hey, Jan. Hi. I'm just calling body of evidence is a great movie that sexy got Madonna. Isn't willing to follow in that film. Yeah. Is that the movie that started this whole conversation? It is, But people tune in all the time. What I mean, you're probably busy or something. And you got your email? Yeah. Thank you. I appreciate that very much. What about Bob? What about Bob? That's a great movie, but not too many sex scenes. 7 to 75791 or 25 and 807 711250 wild things. Yeah, but to me that and I've that's heavy on the sex. Yeah, it's it's It's just It's very sexual like we're talking about, like it doesn't need to have the one won an Oscar. Anything but just a high quality film, right? What about Is there a lot of sex in American beauty? Uh, not a lot of sex. And there are enough disturbing scenes between him and the neighbor boy and then Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, you know. Yeah. You gotta live. Hi. Who are you? Hey, Mark. Hi, Mark. What's up? Surely surely wild things is a good one. It's a good movie..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Firing Range Test Yup. My question is one of the Linda Fear Tina's count Laurel show. To get the job because she shoots alien at the end and she's kind of involved imposing with the story because she works in a morgue Habashi passed the test will I mean I would argue she someone who obviously discovers a lot in the more with these alien bodies but also pursues this information she's always trying to investigate it. So I think it shows a willingness to basically take that extra step. She someone who when confronted with something that is unusual her you know instinct is to pursue it and to try to understand it. So I think she has that going for I, think. I understand your point and you are right actually. But I think maybe I'm just left with a bit of a sour taste in my mouth. The one of the only female actors in the whole film is a very male heavy film rarely doesn't get a lot of agency no for it's very unfortunate that You know her characters joining the men in black at the end of this movie, and then is not in sequels, which is a real bummer because I think Linda Fiorentino is a very interesting casting choice. She someone who came more from the independent film world and she brings a really weird energy to this movie that I think is very interesting to watch bounce off, of Tommy, Lee Jones and will smith you go with heavy flooding earlier on the things like that. She's GonNa enjoyable to watch. She has like a darker edge too and it's the character feels more I don't know more offbeat than you normally get in a blockbuster film. Yeah. So Quirky and dry like very dry. Yeah. I would've liked to have seen her in four films I'm looking forward to you explain to me exactly why that didn't happen. Some own vote. Yeah It's interesting though like I remember when this movie ended that was one aspect that I actually was looking forward to seeing her in a sequel because I thought she was really fun in this movie and yeah well, dream shattered I suppose. Happens in Hollywood. It is weird though to spend so much time with this character set them up for sequel non ever back. So it will delve into that I. Guess when we talk about men in black two I, suppose we stay into look at some of the side cat as well. I mean I mentioned Raton is ahead. Of. The one I really liked was the Turkish loops turn a GPS. Me Guy gets shut off scenes in the trailer. interracially great actor. Anyway, it was nice to see him in the film. Any other ones stand out to you too I. mean the Pug, how do you not love the Pug did you did you get the sort of rocky horror Richard O'Brien? Concept human he was next to. You that was a weird look He's got the riffraff character from rocky horror picture down inside I mean that's good. Look strong look but. Are you doing the time more right now it is just a step to the left scam. I Like I, love that scene because when you are introduced to frank the pug and that we're dude he's next to your eye goes directly to the weird dude like you're not even looking at that dog..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"The check. We read each other every day. A brilliant little turns in these store. There's so many in every interaction. He has where he's playing with. She's gorgeous she got beautiful. But there's so many a little land mines dropped along the way that it's either that she's just a downtown denizen who sort of plays by a different set of rules than our straight-laced Karaoke or there's like real mental illness miss and I love what you say because everybody in this movie is crazy. Accept him until you realize. Of course he's also frigging Lindsey to the great thing about this movie. He he thinks everything he is doing is normal and every time something goes wrong he sort of no. You don't understand like we also realized that he is just as strange as the rest of these people. In fact fact one of the striking moments is after the Rosanna arquette character commit suicide and he discovers her dead body I he notices the Tattoo which is the same as the key chain on the bartender and he starts to put together that maybe this is the boyfriend that she was telling him the story about he also sees some of the scars slash Burns is that have been referenced by the Tino character but then he also takes the sheet off of her body and admires it. It's one of those early hints. He's actually actually as twisted as everyone else. Just that he has veneer civilization from residing above Fourteenth Street. This is why he comes below Fourteenth Street. The gates are closed behind him. It's no longer day. He can cut loose a little bit. That's to me what what drives home. This relatively straight laced guy who unlike Bronson Michio doesn't seem to want anything else except for this little transgression of basically really get late. That drives him one transaction leads to another leads to another leads to another and he has these Scorsese in guilt moments he does something unconscionable which is is marcy is so finally crazy that he flees but circumstance brings him back and he realizes he needs to apologize actually apologize to a dead body before he realizes that she's dead but into Roseanne Arquett. Her brilliant is captured in this great scene so in the scene he has just experienced her temporary roommate. Brilliantly played by Linda Fiorentino now as the mad sculptress working paper May who has asked him to take over the paper machine and then asked him for massage and then she just falls asleep and and that's when Marcy comes home and discovers two of them. There's this tracking shot that like in another movie typical comedy it would just be this brightly. Lit shot with straight cuts. But Scorsese does this thing thing where the camera swings around the bed. It's just such an amazing scene and her unhingedness at the very end played so brilliantly. I didn't do anything she was asleep. I mean she's just tired but you mean dude. He sees he was in some question on. I'm going to take a quick shot. I'll be right back. Okay sure yeah I think probably good. You had a tough day. I knew there was something special but you get a really tomorrow. Morrogh anything is I think you're somebody. I can really talk to him tonight tonight. I feel like I feel like I'm GonNa let loose or something like something. Incredible was really gonNA happen often. Here I've you'll so excited I don't know why I feel it. I'm glad educate yours joins us a couple in their feel free. Now maybe later. What's great about the moving and still is relevant? Today is if you had experiences in New York in in the seventies the eighties. The late eighties early nineties. This is familiar. The city is so vast and the nightlife so varied that you can go out as a younger person and there's an energy and a presence that you can ride and will carry you from bizarre experience to the next. I don't know what it's like now because I haven't left my house after nine pm on much below Fourteenth Street probably twenty years but I had my time out there. Scorsese talks about how much he cherished a late night. Cab Ride from uptown to downtown thirty three o'clock in the morning. When you're at the mercy of the Cabbie? That's why the cab driving scene is so I had forgotten. God they do that where he's coming downtown and he loses all his money yes they speed up the DNC cab as it's going down and he is getting thrown back and forth within the cavs show off. It's fantastic. Yeah Roseanne Arquett which by. Let's dispel rumors here. ditoto Sean Roseanna..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Local Sunday your chance to catch up on all the news and too Kim turned to finish the circle Neil cash carries the president of the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis so that's that's where that happened so gubernatorial candidate N. pop smoke leave California any who branches here it will have us sports came up is a big big nine NBA free agency but let's be honest for you the KFI demographic NBA throughly woods is somewhere between a high school football and the water polo so anyway if there is any big headlines come down I'm well I I have to admit that I I II you fell off the stranger things train with two episodes to go in season number one however because I love the Netflix will help him out here another piece of southern California is set to turn and Hopkins Indiana Netflix is gonna kick off the third season of stranger things for those of you that still watch it other transforming Baskin Robbins is transforming one of their Burbank stores into scoops a hallway a sweet shop that figures in the super popular supernatural series set to set in the fictional Midwest town of Hawkins Indiana in the nineteen eighties this is the Baskin Robbins at twelve OO one south victory he and I don't yeah okay itself I for anyway if you're into it all all I might check it out but it's gonna happen tomorrow the pop that will give fans experienced ripped from the script according to a news release it will open July second Tuesday two days before the season debut on July fourth and it'll it'll be running through July fourteenth V. Baskin Robbins stranger things tie and began in June and all the stores special ice cream flavors and treats including eleven to have an upside down pretty leans lemonade freeze and demagogue on Sunday and anyway so there's there's that well so prefer Victor you got into it more than I did like I say I ice watch the first I think they were ten episodes in the first season I got through eight of them and I just kind of felt like it was in the loop like I was kind of seeing the same thing and I didn't get what people were getting yeah I really like the first season I don't remember much of it well you know the thing that got me but it was everyone's talking about how great the nostalgia was for the eighties I didn't I didn't get that I mean you were three I mean you weren't even born no I was born in ninety four now so what what was it so you saw the sort of a blank slate yeah and but the whole thing when you see the nostalgia of the eighties that gets way worse in season two and I only got it like halfway through season ten because of that and you know why because Netflix figured out that because all the reviews were all the nostalgia so great in the references to eat T. and the Schwinn bicycles in the Duran Duran in the background and the whole thing that's the death now when something is is a is a work of fiction just for the sake of nostalgia and so so like I say it I felt sorry felt like a series that was in love with being in love with the eighties yeah instead of being actually in love with the eighties and and and by the way well I guess I didn't complete season one was there a monster at the end was or something yeah it was a really cool is a really cool monster ten and then they moved on to monster to for season two I eat season to move so slowly in the first like few episodes I dropped off pretty quick yeah now I in there and I just I didn't feel like I was missing anything and then all the Winona Ryder praise she did she did create one of the best memes of all time when they won all examinees and she looked confused about that and then the other thing and this is totally inside baseball for all of you who are who are listening who are not members of the Screen Actors Guild after union SAG AFTRA the those of us in a in radio were members of the American federation of television and radio actors Matthew Modine is running for our president and and you know what I would have voted for the Matthew Modine in full metal jacket because he was gonna badass but the Matthew Modine and stranger things and it was it was the answer is he still weren't easy to see just the evil scientist and all three seasons with the in season two well I guess I I barely remember season one and I don't remember much as he's into that mode Dynamo dean things Modine anyway he's running for president of our union and and I I I I I I judge him based on his film performances but he's acting yeah yes sister he's an act for you seems earnest enough as everyone seem vision quest as it is a it might to remember vision quest from from eighty four eighty five the wrestling movie quite the hot chick Linda Fiorentino right yeah yeah right wrestler dude yeah yeah what what has two thumbs and was an extra in the Spokane bars scenes that guy all the pi Kappa alpha fraternity brothers mind we we went up to Spokane we are in the bar scene with Madonna really as extras yes yeah so that you in the music video too I I don't know I haven't taken on but as a Gander at a geezer at that and also if you're following along at home if you have this quite easily come see the paradise I'm I'm in that as well so I'm man in well I'm a Christmas the Christmas shopper looking in window I when Dennis Quaid takes his half Japanese daughter and tries to put her on at Santa's lap in the background you see me window shopping at that toy store and my wife hurried me along so that's come see the paradise otherwise a thoroughly forgettable film you need to run a test present for the union your young actor you know what I I'm I mocked Matthew Modine an actor Adam Baldwin challenge me and he said here here's the info you want to run you run as I said Hey it's time for radio guy enough enough with these act towards with these TVS and and big screen people let's get a radio guy as president of SAG AFTRA but then I remembered that I hate unions and I I a a die I don't even acknowledge the their relevance in two thousand nineteen so I would I could never run to be president of something that I hate as Groucho Marx said I could never be a member of a club and have someone like me as a member to paraphrase all right now back right after this water Chinese not doing in LA anymore than they used to do a gross at at jewelry stores with a lot of money but expensive jewelry or whatever that was not doing anymore now they talk about right after this plus sports it is Superbowl Sunday your chance to win the weekend KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Michael should pay with 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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Should have called you back shit a call me back, although you'd ever call Kevin Smith is never called me in this life. And by the way, I don't know if you just call random, if you call the phone number leave a message and you just hear a generic outgoing message. Soom. That's the see list celebrity your call. How would you know? Yes. Oh, sorry show now. No. And you never any add my Email, we were going back and forth by Email circle completed itself, have you connected. Have you run into one another since he's capable? Due to defend it, but he still lying, and it's still insane. And I'm still out five hundred thousand dollars and he did a pilot and he got paid. And then he went home. Good for him. He's, he's a great guy. He's awesome. Look. All you Astles out there with he said, she said. No, I am I'm a court stenographer I'm telling you exactly how this went down. There was no contact. There was no anything there was no attempt to call the first I heard it was favored nations contract sign and the first, I heard of it was James baby dealt Dixon, and look, he didn't want to do. He found out later, he wanted to do it without from the podcasts, he wanted to work with this partner, which, buddy, I get that. I kind of get, but you still have to call me and go, hey, man, I got some, some reps in with this guy, and I'd like to do the pilot at that. And can we see what we could do not Adams of Piggott, and he hasn't called me back? So get him out, by the way, Tele pictures can fuck themselves as well because they ever greats out, then never said shit to me. They just they just fucking pulled the plug five hundred grand. Anyway. You know that's two and a half cars for me. Yeah. So think about that. Nine parachutes. How many pewter Swizzle sticks? I could buy almost match my collection. All right. Anyway. Dogma dogma. Well, at least you're carry a with no, no let it in my rear view on caring. What with? Talking just happened nine years ago. Guys, check got a five hundred K when you're fighting opportunity when you have no job, and you're touring, the country for granted night, and tell me tell me what you think and and, and excuses, you're racist. You didn't call me back and I guess you too greedy. That's the excuse. Hoped fucking sad, part is that people believe shit. It's called favored nations. You do a show like this. It's called favored nations. You get paid the same. When Jimmy and I did Drouin I did love line when Jimmy night, did the man show. It's favorite nations. You paid the same, because it would fuck things up to have the one host getting paid more than the other host if it's equal equally distributed. All right. Anyway. Guessing dogma parts of it. You have seen parts of it, too. Yeah. All right. I really like it personally. I think the critics light. Bother critics like it because the critics are your, your sort of kicking conventional religion in the shins, and I think that's always good for a couple of points. A comedy, obviously Senate around the Catholic church, these two angels played by Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck. They fall from heaven, and they're trying to get back into heaven, which is not possible, but it's a whole Catholic thing. All right. I'm going to write down last era of God is Linda, Fiorentino where to gone, Linda Fiorentino Chris rock is in this judge poster George Carlin in this is another one. Part Alan Rickman. This is yes, they're all in. All right. Remember this being seen as somewhat of a miss that he was sort of, on this downward trajectory of the time after chasing Amy, it felt like it was this felt like a misdemeanor when he said that chasing, Amy was an apology for mallrats. I was off. Yeah. When I heard that, in an interview I was like, wait a second mallrats is great chasing. Amy, not great totally backwards. No, No, no, no, no. no. All right. So Matt, and Ben or good good together, two years after good will hunting, too, and they're very, very, very charisma..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Right now, I think isn't Bosworth kinda rock in a cabinet ski right now ball, I think he has. Well, once you start going that with you. Emmanuel Lewis former child actor. Close your winning most of these see here by. Wow, you are. Correct. Clergywoman Dempsey the soccer plonker got. Yes. Reproduce. Pretty good luck to you. Steve wilko's. Springer's security guard, Jerry. Yeah. Yeah. Right away. Favorite shows back. You talk about this sort of like formative, not believe that she was this old, but formative people like when you oh, wow. That's what pretty is Linda Fiorentino. Oh, yeah. Linda Fiorentino very going to see her. I like older women. I mean, I'm in a. You recognize? Sure. Sure. Right. Well, especially since you becoming an older man, right? There you go. You're fine. Don't worry about this. Like once you get past. I think it's really like once you get thirty six seven. You're just sitting thirty for like mad. It's different than women. Much guys routine. We're not changing hair-color, or you know. Birthday with ching gave Saint Louis. This is fun. I only remember what we tease yet. We were talking about the jazz saxophonist Ornette. That out again that is not written in English. Do you want me to do this? As a rate of not reading it for him. Listen saturday. Brewing company is having is kicking off March early with a Saint Patrick's Day celebration. The dudes crew take that is not English. You're right. Listen saturday. They're having a big thing you want out. If you're killing off March early that's not an you do it in February on March nine what they're really trying to say is early Saint Patrick's Day celebration considering Patrick's Day is coming up next week on the seventeen. I'll be I'll be there trying to go for. So we talk I'll be there. We talked about how Ronda has gone he'll and she's taking shots at all. The big WW stars calling it out fake or whatever. She's also taking shots at LA booed her here in LA. Well, I've thought captain Donohoe. At home. They booed me out of the stadium. And now this such as Saban the face. People you guys like even Los Angeles. Then they don't have any pride in their own city at all. They don't. Oh acres wearing now. Mega is the clippers. Governor good words out and think anybody knows the Rams are there and can dodgers got out of the stadium at home during the World Series. You know, what the whole city just punch people transplants. They're trying to get in Ohio or they're from up, and they have no pride in LA. And then come to our aims are teams and say. For ten years. She has a low little tiny bit of a point Russia. Tell us why on their the definitely the she definitely has a point because these people are they just they expect excellence on every level anything less. They're just going to try to trash into grade you, but I'm saying like if she keeps crying where the baby's going to do. If they don't lie just because they don't like you doesn't mean they don't like the team. But she does have a point. There are some fans out here that are are that are really like that. I mean, I think it for Rhonda this for the I was waiting for her to go. He'll because she's so made to be arresting. He'll like she she committed to that. And she goes..

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"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"linda fiorentino" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"A cold attached to it raining, blah, blah, blah. I'm I'm committed and understand everybody. If you are going to make New Year's resolution it shall always go this way week number one. It turned out to be a six podcast day with a trip over to century city week number two at ended up being. Okay. Mls having a party that night. Okay. And make it make it Wednesday and go to Vegas and whatever their week number three was. Oh, your nerve. I'm that night doing show David sucker in which case I said, I'll do the twenty before like it. There has been a pretty solid excuse. I should say not a reason. But a real excuse of me going. I got a ton of podcast do today. I got a cold a moving. I'm looking the middle of moving. I'm not going to go out and do stand up rate and night. Just a bunch of stuff convenient, and I'm sort of resolute to do it. And how much do you like this person the universe? The universe doesn't make it easy. Doesn't doesn't like the shoot the universe in Tokyo's RJ bell calling in from Atlanta? And then I shall tell you about why no net flex and why we're going to do it for selves. R J online three there. How you doing that? And you want some advice about your your resolution? Yes. Okay. When you're feeling low when you're feeling like you can't do it put on the vision quest on. Oh, let me take French and think about shoot and the tree trunk remember. He's walking. And just think that's got a row then you'll go from there. Then Madonna have song and then movies. Well, oh, yes. She did. She was in the club plan. Remember, I was awesome. I I'm ashamed to say. I've never seen vision quest. There's a lot of ropes. Okay. Got your homework. Okay. I got movies from Brian. I got movies from our Jay bell. Stand up to do. I got stand up to vision quest one of those sort of. I mean, it's sort of rocky ask right like training montage. I guarantee you you're gonna come back today at you see it and talk about it for about forty minutes on the pot. That was Madonna was in that movie, and what's his name? No. What's his nose Modine mass? Few Modine was in that movie, and he played like a high school wrestler. Yep. And he's. And it's all about like just him training and being relentless with his training and throwing himself around the mat and skipping a rope skipping thing. But Madonna had a hit in this thing. Here's this. The key. Right. He was he would champion at his way class in mingka senior year. He said I'm going down away class the rest of the best wrestler state, and the whole movie is vision quest to achieve that. Look at you're one of the back. That's not the pastor. Now, you're saying I wanted to something out. I need a vision. Yeah. Skipping rope. Please. Tell me definitely is an ego was the girlfriend twenty five year old Linda Fiorentino. Yeah. Yeah. On that is solid. Sears are. Right. So the big game is coming up on Sunday. You're in Atlanta. What's what's it like in Atlanta right now which way the wind blowing with the gambling community? Rams pats. Well, I tell you the line opened up Rams favored by one and literally within an hour. It was patriots favored by two and a half. So the odds makers were thinking close game, very close coin flip Rams, slight favor and the money just poured in on the patch and its continued..

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