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"linus roache" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

Your Brain on Facts

07:16 min | 4 months ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Your Brain on Facts

"According to author ep evans in the criminal persecution and capital punishment of animals. There were two types of animal. Trials are strengthen and their process. Their straw phin were for capital crimes. Which would warrant the death penalty. I e homicide usually committed by pigs horses and other larger domesticated animals which were presided. Over by a secular tribunal. Their processor were judicial proceedings in ecclesiastical courts against vermin like rats mice locusts and weevils the object being to spell the vermin from the orchards. Vineyards and croplands. They were eating by means of exile extra schism or excommunication in sixteen fifty. Four sentences were handed down against of locusts in a spanish obvious. Santamaria the last sentence calling for the locusts excommunication and in order for them to leave the region in the next fourteen hours bishop alonzo de madrid excommunicated another plague of locusts condemning them to confinement in a cave and a bishop in cordova excommunicated a flock of swallows that had set up shop inside their parish. These were at best here. Eric victories just to make the people feel better. While evans's book lists nearly two hundred such cases the animals in their process cases never really seemed bothered by the ruling domestic animals. Barely listen to us. What do we expect. The wild wants to do either way. It was thought to be important that the animals have day in court. Why not just exterminate the offending critters. We're pretty good at that. Since even weevils and rats were considered god's creatures the destruction they caused must also have been part of the plan so destroying them would be an act against god's will but if the animals were tried in a church court and excommunicated or otherwise condemned then it was kind of okay for example in the fourteen eighties. The cardinal bishop of autun in france ruled against some slugs that were ruining the estate grounds under his purview. Ordered that for three days announcements be made to the slugs that they were to leave the area or be cursed. They didn't leave so it was game on for the gardeners to get rid of them. On purely legal side of things were the cases against livestock typically for murder. Apparently pigs are just mad for murder at least when it comes to humans and most cases involved them eating the victim whole or in part. This was a time when both animals and children might freely roam through fields and streets and accidents did happen. Pigs may not eat everything as people think but they will taste everything and god help you. If they find out your made of meat it reminds me of a bit from zora. Neale hurston story where the family sow gets into the kitchen where toddlers zora is alone and her mother panics. Even though the sal was less interested in eating. Mrs hurston baby than the other way around evans describes one fairly typical case from thirteen. Seventy nine in which two herds of swine were feeding together. When suddenly three pigs became agitated and charged the swine. Master's son who died from his injuries. All of the pigs from both herds were tried and fort after due process of law were condemned to death on appeal. All but the three instigating piggies were later pardoned. The courts really do seem to have put effort to try animals in the same way they would humans which is less woke than it. Sounds when you remember how readily the death sentence was handed out in those days. I've never tried to hang a pig. But given their incredibly muscular necks. I imagine it doesn't go easily. Also high ranking in the crimes animals could be charged with was bestiality. Although those cases were usually known to go in the animals favor both the human and the animal might be put to death but sometimes the case could be made that the animal was not at fault as it didn't consent to participate in the act so it wasn't punished if they were convicted. The animal might actually be imprisoned with the human who got them in the mess in the first place. In those cases the owner of the animal was charged for the animals care and feeding as a sort of second hand punishment for as much as. I'd like to say that animal. Trials are brutish fossil symbolic of a decayed era gratefully forgotten and i've got stickers for anyone who can identify that movie quote without googling it cases persistently pop up even in more recent times in tennessee in nineteen sixteen. An elephant named. Mary murdered her trainer. The strangest verse of the cell block tango ever and was hanged with crane in nigeria. In two thousand nine a goat was arrested. After a mob of vigilantes told police it was a shape shifting car thief no word on how that case turned out of all the creatures critters and creepy crawlies that plagued late medieval france. None could hold a candle to the weevil ricochets artists not to be confused with the palmetto. Weevil rinca forests fabricius the largest weevil species. You might say are. Eras is the lesser of two evils. Working the first complaint against the insects was made by a group of grape growers in fifteen forty five which resulted in a proclamation for the public to atone for their sins in hopes that the weevils would leave and it worked a generation later though the weevils returned and the town was forced to take them to court lawyer. Antoine filial was appointed the weevils public defender after all. It's hard to carry cash in carapace. So they reason. The weevils wouldn't be able to pay for representation feel argued that his clients had been placed on earth by god along with the food that they needed to survive. And it wasn't the bugs fault at that food happened to belong to some local farmers. The prosecution who i will picture being played by sam waterston and his glorious eyebrows contended that animals are meant to be subordinate to man and the weevils towing the line. The villagers believed their sins. Brought the pests. But the pests were part of god's plan but but humans are supposed to have dominion over animals so they should be able to do with them as they darn well please this back and forth. Stalemate is the central theological paradox of animal trials. Maybe i'll recast the da as linus roache.

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The History of Animal Trials

Your Brain on Facts

07:16 min | 4 months ago

The History of Animal Trials

"According to author ep evans in the criminal persecution and capital punishment of animals. There were two types of animal. Trials are strengthen and their process. Their straw phin were for capital crimes. Which would warrant the death penalty. I e homicide usually committed by pigs horses and other larger domesticated animals which were presided. Over by a secular tribunal. Their processor were judicial proceedings in ecclesiastical courts against vermin like rats mice locusts and weevils the object being to spell the vermin from the orchards. Vineyards and croplands. They were eating by means of exile extra schism or excommunication in sixteen fifty. Four sentences were handed down against of locusts in a spanish obvious. Santamaria the last sentence calling for the locusts excommunication and in order for them to leave the region in the next fourteen hours bishop alonzo de madrid excommunicated another plague of locusts condemning them to confinement in a cave and a bishop in cordova excommunicated a flock of swallows that had set up shop inside their parish. These were at best here. Eric victories just to make the people feel better. While evans's book lists nearly two hundred such cases the animals in their process cases never really seemed bothered by the ruling domestic animals. Barely listen to us. What do we expect. The wild wants to do either way. It was thought to be important that the animals have day in court. Why not just exterminate the offending critters. We're pretty good at that. Since even weevils and rats were considered god's creatures the destruction they caused must also have been part of the plan so destroying them would be an act against god's will but if the animals were tried in a church court and excommunicated or otherwise condemned then it was kind of okay for example in the fourteen eighties. The cardinal bishop of autun in france ruled against some slugs that were ruining the estate grounds under his purview. Ordered that for three days announcements be made to the slugs that they were to leave the area or be cursed. They didn't leave so it was game on for the gardeners to get rid of them. On purely legal side of things were the cases against livestock typically for murder. Apparently pigs are just mad for murder at least when it comes to humans and most cases involved them eating the victim whole or in part. This was a time when both animals and children might freely roam through fields and streets and accidents did happen. Pigs may not eat everything as people think but they will taste everything and god help you. If they find out your made of meat it reminds me of a bit from zora. Neale hurston story where the family sow gets into the kitchen where toddlers zora is alone and her mother panics. Even though the sal was less interested in eating. Mrs hurston baby than the other way around evans describes one fairly typical case from thirteen. Seventy nine in which two herds of swine were feeding together. When suddenly three pigs became agitated and charged the swine. Master's son who died from his injuries. All of the pigs from both herds were tried and fort after due process of law were condemned to death on appeal. All but the three instigating piggies were later pardoned. The courts really do seem to have put effort to try animals in the same way they would humans which is less woke than it. Sounds when you remember how readily the death sentence was handed out in those days. I've never tried to hang a pig. But given their incredibly muscular necks. I imagine it doesn't go easily. Also high ranking in the crimes animals could be charged with was bestiality. Although those cases were usually known to go in the animals favor both the human and the animal might be put to death but sometimes the case could be made that the animal was not at fault as it didn't consent to participate in the act so it wasn't punished if they were convicted. The animal might actually be imprisoned with the human who got them in the mess in the first place. In those cases the owner of the animal was charged for the animals care and feeding as a sort of second hand punishment for as much as. I'd like to say that animal. Trials are brutish fossil symbolic of a decayed era gratefully forgotten and i've got stickers for anyone who can identify that movie quote without googling it cases persistently pop up even in more recent times in tennessee in nineteen sixteen. An elephant named. Mary murdered her trainer. The strangest verse of the cell block tango ever and was hanged with crane in nigeria. In two thousand nine a goat was arrested. After a mob of vigilantes told police it was a shape shifting car thief no word on how that case turned out of all the creatures critters and creepy crawlies that plagued late medieval france. None could hold a candle to the weevil ricochets artists not to be confused with the palmetto. Weevil rinca forests fabricius the largest weevil species. You might say are. Eras is the lesser of two evils. Working the first complaint against the insects was made by a group of grape growers in fifteen forty five which resulted in a proclamation for the public to atone for their sins in hopes that the weevils would leave and it worked a generation later though the weevils returned and the town was forced to take them to court lawyer. Antoine filial was appointed the weevils public defender after all. It's hard to carry cash in carapace. So they reason. The weevils wouldn't be able to pay for representation feel argued that his clients had been placed on earth by god along with the food that they needed to survive. And it wasn't the bugs fault at that food happened to belong to some local farmers. The prosecution who i will picture being played by sam waterston and his glorious eyebrows contended that animals are meant to be subordinate to man and the weevils towing the line. The villagers believed their sins. Brought the pests. But the pests were part of god's plan but but humans are supposed to have dominion over animals so they should be able to do with them as they darn well please this back and forth. Stalemate is the central theological paradox of animal trials. Maybe i'll recast the da as linus roache.

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"linus roache" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

08:41 min | 1 year ago

"linus roache" Discussed on The Watch

"Just didn't have that loose feel that I was expecting from the trailer I'm so into this movie not only does it look really good and I'm definitely excited to see it and it seems as though we're going to get a finally like a year to Batman, which is not you know not rooted in. We have to go through Bruce Wayne's origin story in any way like it does seem You. Think, Thomas Wayne's getting got in this movie maybe maybe like a quick moment but I feel like when we meet Robert, Pattinson 's Batman he will be back manning. Pretty. Good. Pretty. Good. Like kinda off week medium episode of Saturday night live sketch about actor who gets the part but has no knowledge of the mythos gas just like Tom? Thomas Wayne added Ted. Gets a part of Thomas Wayne just like, yeah I'm GONNA eat off this movie forever. No I definitely think it's like it's basically like in lovecraft where it's like the order of the ancient dawn but instead it's the order of the Thomas Weans. Altogether, it's like Tony Goldwyn Bruce Davidson and all the like like kind of like fifty nine. And I to play Batmans Dad for eight minutes Linus Roache played it anyway. Sorry. I'm cutting you off your all in. Tell US why Well, I'm all in because this movie seems like a Great Temple of Director, bullshit? That has ever been belt. So far. Matt Reeves is invoked Chinatown a taxi driver and the French connection, and it's If you'RE GONNA make. If you're GONNA put me in this position where I haven't left my house significantly in months and months and months and movies are perpetually being delayed and even ten it which is getting reviewed and seen but not seen I who knows when we're going to be able to see it if this is all just going to be in. Theory Anyway. Right. By all means just just dump all your criterion collection on top of my head and so around this trailer is also all this conversation about how this is going to be the hard hitting noir detective, Batman. I'm all here for it. Keep dropping hints keep telling me all about how this is the Jake Geddes Batman I'm loving it and honestly I think it looks pretty awesome. I mean. I'm not, trying to be. I WANNA. Be a little bit more skeptical and cynical about this and I. There's a huge huge question mark whether or not Patterson has this level to him and whether he has this range. But Jesus, this looks pretty good. I am struggling as I have to wrestle with my own legacy of bullshit here. because. You know one of the things that I like to say the most on this podcast in we even said I think the other day and we were talking about Jaycee Chan Doors. Cash grab right now. which is craven the hunter. On crew craven. The Hunter? For Sony, which is it a certain point we have to kind of accept that. To Be Director of a certain status and level and ambition, you probably have to get your feet dirty if you wanna tell. Detective Story in Twenty I WanNa say twenty one let's hope death. The question marks in there at the end of the drama behalf to make it about that man right and so I argue that and I say that and I, kind of believe it in abstract in theory. I was gritting my teeth a little bit. Through the trailer for this because my desire ultimately I think I'm I'm mostly in because my desire to see a Matt Reeves movie is strong in these really talented guy. There's plenty of the apes movies shouldn't have been good and they were good. That's kind of. It seems simple but that's a pretty good way to judge modern blockbuster directors if they could just produce on that level and surprise you the cast. is so sick I mean this is insane cast sometimes that's really all it takes like especially in a world where. No one can go to the movies and that's not just my thing anymore If you told me, there was a movie with Pattinson Dano, Farrell Kravitz Jeffey right Jeffrey Wright Andy. Else I'll go see that movie so that ultimately wins but it definitely was a little bit of a struggle for your boy young good faith over here because. God I don't give a shit about Gritty Batman anymore. You don't like bobby bad hands that should have been. Done to death and the idea that making it even. And there was a lot a lot of Internet chatter like Oh snap Batman kill people now. Cool. I'M GONNA. Assume because Matt Reeves I think has a firmer grasp on like on some core element of these characters than say Zach Snyder does. He doesn't. I hope. It doesn't kill people like that stuff kind of matters to me still it does and so. If this is not just another like Oh you know it would be better if we took everything more seriously and made less humorous. If if it was if that's just the trailer in the movie, itself is the Dark Knight Detective. In a dark city. Okay. Okay. But honestly, I I almost this look it almost made me miss the bat nipples and Schumacher because like it least grabbed the wheels about mobile and turn it into a different light is interesting about that into you. In Thousand Twenty. As a character. Nothing I mean. A truly nothing look. So that's why I'm the. Best for. You Yeah of course. Yeah. But but the interesting thing. Is here. It's just that we've seen it like they've done it and I don't know if every generation deserves the new Batman. What's interesting is the sort of broken person who is driven to become a detective in a vigilante. Because of what happened to Tom and Martha Right? That it's kind of a pure idea and it's interesting in the idea of this detective night and Blah Blah Blah. That's cool. It's just that. Maybe we've done it. You know what I mean like like. The Marvel Heroes which I do think work. Tell their individual stories but then team ups or cool because they're kind of more open ended the the DC characters are so proteomic that why would superman hang out with other people? Why would Batman hang out with other people? You know what I mean like tell that person story I just. Looked at I'm not saying anything I'm not trying to just hate on it because I'm I'm personally sick of it. I'm sure this is something that Matt Reeves and everyone involved in the D. C. You brain trust has considered right like why do we need to do this again other than we're gonNA make a billion dollars if we do it right but. That's where I met I. think that I've come to really appreciate the free jazz way that they're doing this at. DC where they're just like. There can be the Todd Phillips Joker verse or not even the joker verse but like you can just make these movies if you have good ideas for them and maybe you can make sequels or whatever. But that there will be Ben Affleck's Batman in a resurrected version of Justice League and possibly also in the flash movie that there will be Robert Patent Sins Batman in the Matt Reeves movie and that there could even be like a Batman and the joker movie at some point that Todd Phillips re does and it just kind of is like What people want right now is a little bit more instant gratification rather than nine films leading up to a Tenth Walker, you know I three films that come to. A conclusion to trilogy that they're just like give me give me the hit man. I'm not into comic book movies because I'm patient. Here's what I would say I hear that and here's the other thing. I do want. Purely from a US would interest me about Batman. If I'm being honest about that I definitely do want this movie to both be good and to succeed because what would be cool to me if you have this, as I said like attempt character would be a version of. Blockbuster movie making where someone who's talented and has like A. Ever, the way everyone talks again, the wavered talks about this it's not like this is Robert Towns Chinatown script. People were pretty hype on Matt Reeves version of the story, right and that it must be a pretty good script. And if it works if they treated the character in the cinematic universe, the way they have treated at recently in the Comic Book Universe, which is to say, this is an elite character and elite writers.

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"linus roache" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"And. That's all I have. Honestly I mean I think that's I. Don't hate the voice. I'll talk about that in the next movie. That's that's that's in the next two movies But yeah, I, don't really have too much. I really dislike and then on a more serious. No. Maybe the fighting scenes that MAG mentioned before. But that's honestly that's about it. Jen I heard I'll go ahead, right? Right. I heard that Nolan did it like that to show? That's from the bag is is like it's just a flash coming from you. That's why it looks choppy and stuff like that. I read that as well. I just don't think. You can see he changed that completely in a dark night, dark knight rises. So I don't even if he thinks that worked as well as you wanted to Jen. So. The Bat voice, you don't like it in this one. We can in any of them, call me. I have to say we. Talk. Normal. Like. Rachel. No, that's not. This is all I know I know, but it's still it's still applies. To that, Rachel I liked his Batman intro here in this. Isn't that bad? He's a half a pack a day game. I. Think you need it right like because they feel like you could just he talks fine normal. You don't like it didn't. It didn't work and then I'm going back to like the whole Thomas and Martha Wayne Dying Thing I. Mean, we've we've seen it. I feel like it's not that age the worst, but I feel like. I think this is the best version of it. This is the best version because the one to many nine is just A. Quick amidst, this is the best version. Like, retro, Yeah. On it. But what about in joker? Oh I, like that I like I like that a lot actually. But the it's tough. We're not talking job well. All right. So all right. So let's let's look at it like this. I like it in joker for its originality in terms of where they went. But when we're playing or pay homage to the comic Joe Chill killing the Wayne's this is perfect i. think that's all I got oh. Okay. Ryan. The Guy that Bruce Refuses to kill in the mountains probably dies anyway because of boosting fire. Well. That's good. Voice at the end. The bad opera, you're taking your kid. To a bad opera. So? We'll. You're seeing. Ryan is Martin. Thomas observed. Nothing. Okay You're not saying that what you're saying, maybe the web. And, week, members taken out by Alfred. Club. You don't talk about you never talk about Alfred light that. I'm just saying the league members taken out by old, British to golf. Maybe. Maybe Roz did know that you know he was. He wasn't GonNa Bring his ace squad here. WHO WAS A WE'RE GONNA burn Wayne Manor Down. These guys may not make it. Let's bring the D. Squad and that's probably why Alpha was able to take them down. And we mentioned earlier is my least favorite about mobile the Tumbler Ari Meg. Kind of piggyback on everyone's saying on the voice. and. Oh crap. I literally just had it in my head. Oh. Okay. So we kinda mentioned earlier about how the world's felt real like felt grounded and Bush made it feel real this movie felt the Least Real Dark Knight Dark Knight rises. You really felt like you envision yourself in Gotham this movie, you cannot I like that. And that's it. That's it. All right. Cool. So you'RE GONNA, kick off the next door that Guy Award. Who Do you have? No I don't WANNA GO I. Find. I will. I will kick it off. That Guy Award when I when I first saw this guy in this TV show I I said, Oh, Shit. That's the guy from Batman begins. Mark Boone Junior detective flats. He is also on sons of anarchy. Because I. kind of. That I, kind of knew everyone in this movie before. I. Saw it. So he's the only one that I saw Bama begins, and then I saw on Sunday. McCoy. Yeah, he's the guy from sons. Jen. Linus roache. HOSANNA SWAIN I only know him from here. Oh i. mean. That's a good one. Too. I don't know who then from here. Like he's done other things, but if I'm going to see him else like recognize him Oh. Okay. He's Thomas Wayne. For the small amount of time he had here. You can hear but killing Murphy scarecrow. Ryan. Ryan Suskind. You take that back you take. Does that right now? No but. Oh. My God. Let's there. That's why I remember him from like when I see him like, oh scarecrow. I only knew him from that elite bread I. that's why I I can't. Like. That's that's really the only well, okay, and twenty eight days later. Later, then red I for me. Guy Charlie's angels full throttle. Was the first one of the first one he was in that. So. I. Don't remember any of those Charleena's. And Man Oh. Who Knew? Well at least you say Christian. Bale Ryan. So that's a good one. Are, what about you meg? Who Do you have? Okay. This is going to be really lame. 'cause. I tend to notice the very minor characters more than I tended not the big names same login so. Actually one of the courthouse reporters..

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"linus roache" Discussed on Answer Me This!

Answer Me This!

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Answer Me This!

"Between a brother and a sister is the same as a reenactment of the love between the parents wrong obviously obviously a theme amongst autism. Peres about about words with encounter. It's just because they had such a very intense relationship. Believe it can you? I mean if you've seen the film pandemonium starring John Hannah and Linus Roache reserve a gay subtext there. That's a copy of woods. Widths complete works propping up my writing desk for it. It's way don't go. Eighteenth Century Drama Anthology on one side and then wordsworth works on the other both of them under my desk propping up the death Jay goodies autobiography proudly on display on the shelves. What's wrong with me? The problem English degree take good. He's spoke for. You is not enough to raise your desk to the appropriate heights. M Yeah Does pumping teaming kids on the Internet. It just gives quite a few definitions those the incident give a few definitions because I can only think of one. It Means Sexual Congress. Doesn't it but if you imagine rumps yes something pretty much get where it comes from the. It's not even a very old expression. It's not sophisticated it. No it's it's natural but it's a bit more gentle than say banging performed them. Pompey very infantilized thing. Is that why you always wet yourself Jerry Sax? Actually it's interesting. That is rather innocent. Quaint kind of phrase that human might say pompey whereas if you call it bum writing you I'm saying is that you as graduations a new phrases coined very unpleasant use. It sounds like you're doing farming in somebody's cleft.

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"linus roache" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

10:18 min | 1 year ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"That's like some of his shit is like it's it's so over the top but it's not like it's the over the top that I like. It's not the over the top like you know she got a great asked. You know it's it's like it's more subtle kind of like it's a quiet like what the fuck just this meltdown of him. And I and I dig that a lot because it's it's not this big bombastic performance. It's these very quiet moments of him. You know of his eccentricities. That's it's really fucking good and like if I love Nicholas Cage in this but Linus Roache is probably my MVP. And I was like I just love it man. He does such a great job. Eight other movie. That would seem like so ridiculous out of place but in the scope of the movie his portrayal of that guy feels right at home. It doesn't feel too big or too small or too crazy. It feels like right at the perfect level that it needs to be for this heightened kind of surrounding that we have right. So yeah this whole thing. I I didn't need this scene but it's cool. I guess you know. It's a little bit of character development for Lucy. I feel like where we see. You know. She's not just this like she's not just totally like. Oh here. Let me clean. You know she's jumps and she's scared and it's you can they kind of flesh out a little bit more there and I enjoy it because she seems like the only one who is kind of like yeah like I don't really. This is not the fun part you know like I. She's the only one of them. I really want to know more about. How did you fall into this shit flunk out of college or like like what the fuck happened? You know another another thing about this moment to is. I think it says a lot about what Jeremiah thinks. Love is because he he comes out there being like you think you and your ugly Horn so in love let me show you what love is and he just makes this girl get on the ground and and possibly kill herself in front of everybody for him. And it's like do you think love is just submission like you think it's you having will will crawl her people and it's like test the love of course. Of course you think this is what it is because you're psychotic narcissists but like it really shows like this is his idea of pure pure love which is horrifying right. It's almost like you in the way that like you would treat a dog who I people think like. You know like training a dog like or need to be starting this. It needs to do what I say. And it's like yeah but that's not like the good trained dog that doesn't mean you have like love what that doll you know. It's like I don't know there's something interesting about like the submissiveness being like seeing seeing this missing little how could God submissiveness linked with like that? The obedience in that and I like the people like all that good dog. I'm like no good dog me as a dog like comes up and just lays on top you like. Hey what's up dude? I'm like yes you get on the bed. Fuck you fuck the obedience. So yeah the whole time. Read is Bart wired up outside. Jesus Christ and this this whole scene. It's interesting I don't really need it but it is interesting like you said it's good character development for Jeremiah and like the little bits with Lucy. She's a she's an interesting character to me and they produced the blade of the Pale night and pierce's side with it. I love what he says. You know what the problem with Jesus was. He didn't staffer up someone in his stead. And I'm like damn that's a good. That's fucking really man a imagine. Jesus just being like it's like trying to swap places with somebody reminds me like iron man to and they put that twin with Mickey Rourke and he kills the other one. Let's fucking thing but yeah the again just more Christian imagery of him being Pearson the side with the thing and like you said math of the the F- The flex of the color green and it's great Tire also on his shirt new. And you start noticing his t shirts. Actually there's a couple of different things that I wanna get into later on but the tiger on a shirt is is interesting because we keep seeing that imagery pop up guys. I didn't know this until maybe ten or twelve fucking viewing this damn thing. Did you see the in credit? Seem what like the poster and it's Super Short. It's literally like two seconds. It's very small but it is a it's one of Mandy drawings of red like she owns portrait of red next to a roaring tiger. Like that's how she sees him I'm like Oh this is a little. But that's a that's just that one little shot waste my fucking time. I stuck around and I saw that afterwards. Oh that's fucking cool and like there is something cool like I guess. We need to talk about it now. The forty four shirt that he wears So I was I. I was like man forty four. You know. That's that's gotta be some kind. That's the number has to have some kind of significant. Just because like I've heard a you know I've heard it. It's kind of like six six. You know it it. It feels like there's just kind of this legend kind of thing around the number forty four. Let me see five. You know it was. It was the the number forty four is. It's it's kind of. It's something about it's very end. Djelic. It's it's supposed to mean that angels are guiding you on your path to your goal and as Holy Shit like when riders driving at the end. And he looks over and there's Mandy but she's not really there and it's like Aww fucking cool and the whole time we see these animated things of of her like him having these visual these visions of her and at the end actually seeing her. Like what's interesting is we. Don't see her physical form again after she gets burned. Right here We don't see her physical form again. We see the short animated things and then right at the end is where we see her under physical forum as like. Oh that's kind of cool like it's a it. Seems like an interesting like little Like a teaser. Along the way and then at the end I feel like we're seeing. What red is seeing? You know that she has maybe been there all along and that he can see your well he can see her but nobody else really can Yeah the Angel Number. Forty four is a sign that your angels are close to You. At this time your prayers had been heard and your angels working hard to enter them answer. Angel number. Forty four is an indication. The abundance that you seek is on its way to you. And I'm like that. I mean that's sounds pretty in line with this it's like I'm glad you researched that because honestly that was one of the last things of this movie where I was like. What the fuck is the forty four thing and my dumb ass? All like well isn't read forty four food coloring. Isn't that a thing? That was my only dumb ass theory. That's way better years this way. Better Shit well. 'cause four may actually think the ban like plus forty four. Tom Lincoln Eighty two kinds of shit and I was like what is the Ford forty four seeing that number four but never really knew this difference. Nee that's just Google I mean I don't know that could be read a fucking tear out have you. There is a much better than mine because I dislike. Well the production designer just went into the bed closet and dug out that little number and just chuck it all at a forty two forty three. He got forty four and this is pretty much were were red is forced to watch. The group has a roast. Mandy like a pig in a blanket so all the guide licking his. Tv's I guess he's the Guy Holding the rope who has like the wing grow haircut from He. He but he's like six foot eight and fucking brilliant. I'm like you look like you have the body of drake as like we have the body of Drako from rocky four but the face of win win drank. Oh or something. I don't know it's to call this guy. I know you turn just just little observation and like this is Sir Sir dock and I hate that I have to bring this up but feel like these kinds of people with this victim and this kind of situation. It's it's not weird to me but I was like genuinely surprised that there wasn't a sexual assault before the murder. Yup like is that. Is that a thing that you thought about. It considered like I was just like genuinely surprised but it. Also kind of yeah. It struck me as weird and like that might be my fucked up mind but now I think I think you should get into enough true crime ship where you're like you know. A group takes a woman by force. Well I can only imagine the worst things that can possibly happen to human being or about the APP and but no. I was surprised as well but I guess in the sense of like her laughing at him destroying that ego is just like well. You know I can't I can't possibly get my Dick my ms my scaly gross iggy pop dick But no I Thi. I totally see where you're coming with that and I kinda said that's auto wow I. I really kind of thought that was going to happen. Because he seems like the type or you know he he seems like that type of person and he literally says I go out and take what I want and I was like sure this guy is definitely rape somebody before everyone surprised with all I like. That's like I mean fuck. How many states is this guy fucking wanted in? But yeah they fucking Roast Mandy. They leave Leave read to die. I love the whole the whole the shot of them taking off and get into car and Jeremias for just a second. It looks over red and walked off like I love that shot for some reason. It's great look so fucking good I don't I absolutely no idea why but I just fucking love the way that that whole thing shot. There are parts of this movie that we really feel like a John Carpenter movie to me and I think that's maybe one of them there. There's something about I mean if you're making a movie and he's got a lot of cosmo cities like you know. I was a big fan of this era. I was growing up. And you know there's hellraiser in these great and meow at metal music. That was coming out so I think John Carpenter probably played a huge. I mean eighties hard. Jesus Christ like as like the fucking right John Carpenter and horror directing is to me. Where like Stephen King is to writing?.

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"linus roache" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

12:06 min | 1 year ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"There's something interesting where she just sheds is the one tier and obviously I also must. She's Vegan like Chanel number. Right if you take it if you take a bath back with literally like the next sane right like which is the same way you guys were just talking about what. She's hit pressured into killing the stalling. Like like like those two scenes work hand-in-hand death. Vincent's with with the phone. And then there's also like the Mike I'm my own. Innocence was nearly killed or this. It's a great. Yeah I liked that. That's a great poll. That is good. Say I'm smart. We were getting their got to put that fucking law degree to work somehow can use up any bitch but yeah. I mean we're pretty much. Your this is where what red said that. He was having a nightmare. He can't remember what it was And this is where she starts talking about the the the the starlings all this one take by the way love that fucking love it. Great doesn't it. That's why the tension is so palpable on. It doesn't breaking. It doesn't give us a chance to to blink in the movie and then like there's something so I hate movies. Where like I was sitting there was lynching as we're watch. This is a movie. Where every five seconds? They will have to do something. And we like one to one zero two three one two and it was like it. Wouldn't even last five second-half tonight. I'm like this about this movie. Ed Gibbs it room to breathe. It's got patients And I like movies that you know even if you even if I don't really at the end of the day don't even know this fucking movie is about. They have a totally different interpretation than the director. Or maybe I might never watched this movie again and maybe watch it in ten years. I still like it because it is an original film and it is something that is taking a risk and it's being brave and it's being original and is that it's it's refreshing and that's what I really liked. That's interesting as I. It's not just like you know like trying to boost on talking about that affair fucking love trained to use on. It was great. I watched a really enjoyed it and it was somewhat refreshing but something like this is just like I don't know it's it's it's like mind melding and and that's what I found so interesting. Got Al appreciated right exactly like I had to watch some really funny shit. After I watched this movie I need a whole I need them like today was such a Nice Day and it was pretty outside and I walked my dog for like three miles and I fucking was reading Stephen King the stand and did about Shit my car and I gotta go inside to talk about this fucking thing this grammar day this man this shit this this this piece of glass in my stool But no I I enjoyed it but the I I liked it. That the mandates dad he kind of to me he kind of signifies the Colt who kill innocent things that consume like. There's something about when you look at the cold the cold like you're just pigs in your mindless and Blah Blah Blah and. I kind of feel like that's the same thing that made these dad would be saying about these starlings. They're a nuisance even though they do. They don't even bother you at all. But you have this ego the superiority complex to them and I thought that was interesting. In a way of like like my dad was telling me he was a kid. They would do that. Shit like your dog had puppies and you wanted to get rid of them for the puppies in a sack tied up. Throw it in a fucking river and it was like what the off by now like. That's crazy. I mean remarried both from the south out that what is happening right right. Zo heads over there like wet but now there's something interesting about being a and it also has to me Mandy rejecting the call to to kill. The starling is her rejecting. Jeremiah's well I think there's something about that. Where she she denies both of those and it's such a character. It's such a character trait for her. Because when I was watching this my first impression like Holy Shit. They're gonNA abduct adopt her and make her a member and maybe she's going to have some kind of like. I don't WanNa say Stockholm Syndrome. But like maybe she becomes a part of this group and something is going on Blah Blah Blah. I didn't expect her to die so soon as holy. Shit like when it happened. I didn't think that was gonNA happen. I I honestly if you put a gun to my head I would have thought that like Mandy would become some kind of God or something like that as it may worshiper like what the fuck is going on but I really dig the scene of her talking about the starling stuff and like you said. Madhur opening up in. This seems like it doesn't really happen all that much and again. There's just so much Mr your round her when you add something like a scar in the weird kind of look in her eye. And you're like what happened immediately so good. It's great such a great visual kind of like That's interesting I like this shit that she's reading the book like I wrote this down actually and it's not a real book by the way I look it up like a dude. What is that kind of went? Check that out. That sounds like some token shit. That SOUNDS COOL. but What is it what is it under? The Crimson Primordial Sky surrounded by jagged rocks of the ancient volcanic mountain. The wretched warlock reached into the dark embrace of the is a Fisher until his hand touched a smooth glassy surface. Coal is his fist close. Around the serpent's I saw only. He withdrew it and held up before him in fading light of the blood red side glowed from within a closely ghostly emerald light strange and eternal as like. Wow that is. That's fucking awesome book. I WanNa read that Shit. That sounds great but it did kind of made me think of like the wretched warlock reached into the dark embrace until his hand touch this and I was like I feel like that's Nicholas cage kind of reaching into himself to find the thing that he needs to light once he snaps like. There's something interesting about and I want to jump too far ahead. But there's something interesting about seeing nick cage his descent into this and this is not a good example. But there's a Kevin Bacon move. He called a death sentence now rate dirt. That's James One baby allies. It's good. I enjoyed it and it's probably been ten years since I've seen it. It is your typical revenge. Death wish kind of thing but at the end of its boilers Kevin. Bacon is like has his head shaved and kind of dressed. This yes yes. Okay and the Guy. Remember Mark's name is like you kind of look like us now and at the end like dude read. Looks like he could fit right in line with US fucking bikers like the black armor and the blood and I was like Whoa but then also the Christ imagery of him getting stabbed in the side with the spear when when he gets caught the ball through the hand and I was like dude. That's that's CRICHTON imagery like in like that's I can being crucified as like. There's something so crazy about that to me. But just a a little mini side tangent James Wan made that movie death sentence because He was just starting out and couldn't afford the rights to death. Death wish so act is literally the same thing like it's death wish but is like I'm just GonNa Make Invasion Puckett. I fucked. That's fucking because I was just like. Yeah it's just like death wish and they're your fucking so maybe we see her kind of reading her book and were introduced to the children of the new dawn. This guy in real life linus roache team. No He's technically as an occult. What really well. Nobody has ever been harmed. This isn't like that shit with like the girl who was on small bill that they were like fucking raping people. Whatever the fuck was going on the guy from Ten things about your What's his name Andrew Keegan? I don't know who that is. I'll look it up. They're like he started a called and apparently like it failed. It'd like has something to do with crystals and shed and it was way. Of course he did. I pay. I couldn't find any information out about Linus roaches thing but like it. It gets big enough that I think it holds several thousand members like better. No thirty two seventy thousand if I remember it. But he obviously. He's an English actor and he lived in England and then they were like. Hey we're starting new. York branch is a cool. I moved to New York and I'll be headed. The New York branch says like what the fuck? That's kind of crazy but you know it's not they're not holding people against their will hurt. It's like a lot of meditation you know as long as you're not whatever happens between consenting adults of Right Age. I don't give a shit that's your business but I just thought it was interesting. And he said he pulled from that experience. That's why even mentioned that I don't I didn't mean to mention it like tabloids. Lagos going cold but there is something interesting about. He said that experience helped him. Because he's like. I met people who were very helpful with my spiritual journey but I also met people who were Jeremiah. And he's like and they were not to his extent but I you know there. There is something about Jim Jones. David Koresh kind of like feel to him. Charles Manson Heavens. What does the Heaven's Gate Kinda Shit and he was like? There's there's something along my way I met people like that and help to inspire and I was like. Wow then. It's kind of perfect casting like a guy who's kind of like end something not like this. Jesus Christ but having that inspiration to draw from was really it was interesting to read about. You know. And he's open about it. He's not like I don't want to talk about that. Which yeah definitely get More Charles Manson than Jim Jones. Jimmy Johns stuff is very obvious like the religious stuff of it. But I the way the way that he's like all young. This is my family Blah Blah Blah. Seems more in line life. Dude my favorite like I guess Charles Manson esque thing about him because in a lot of ways you don't really see him interact with his his children of their don all that much except for you know the early parts here but when he is talking to Mandy later he's like talking about record executives not liking. His music is like they couldn't see the proud in front of them and they get like basically talking about speaking with God and telling them that. God told me that I'm right and I get to have everything and I'm like this is just like a psychoanalytic breakdown of every cult leader whose every lived like. Yeah I get to have everything. I'm the most important person in the world pretty much. That's what they think. Yeah I mean like the right one. The one common theme among all gold late is Narcissism right. That's absolutely one hundred percent that's like I do see exactly what you said so have like the Jeremiah feels like a hodgepodge kind of mosaic of all. Those Guys Bud. The traveling like men and women in a group and your family like yes that field. I mean that's Fucking Manson. But this is where we see Reading Book were introduced to the Children of lines..

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"linus roache" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

The Sustainable Futures Report

17:13 min | 2 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on The Sustainable Futures Report

"It's getting serious more than two thousand five hundred two years ago Para cleese reminded his fellow Athenians. We may not be able to predict the future but we can prepare for it. It looks like we should be preparing for more extreme weather like the extremes we've seen and across the world in the last few days does the future light in trees or in people's or in the U._S.. Where President Donald Trump claims his country leads the world on Environmental Issues Greta Thambo has had biggest compliment mm-hmm and yet while legal action over the climate crisis takes place in some twenty eight countries and the wind seems to be changing for the British Conservative Party despite all this? There's reason to hope go to climate a bit optimists dot org and find out why if you want to follow up on any of the stories you can find where I've got them from bygone blog at W._W._w.. Dot Sustainable Futures Dot report. Yes I'm Antony Day with these sustainable futures report for Friday the twelfth of July this week so the first online discussion with three patrons of the sustainable futures report we covered a range of topics ranging opinions. I recorded the session and the participants have agreed that I can share this with you. In a future at present battle come up in the next few weeks you can find out about being a patron <music> asked patriots dot com slash. I said that's P.. A. T. R. E. N.. Dot Com slash S._F.. This time I'm going to start with C O two and with a new article in nature entitled Luke committed emissions from existing energy infrastructure jeopardize one point five degrees C climate target Mon- Linus Roache book called sex degrees which explained how the planet would change if the the earth won't buy two degrees or by three degrees and by age degree up to six degrees as recently been commenting on this report in nature which analyzes our progress towards using our global carbon budget the theory is that we can only put so much more greenhouse gases in the atmosphere before we reach the point at which climate change will be out of control and completely irrecoverable as temperature rises beyond the safe one and a half degrees centigrade lead to catastrophic levels in this nature article the authors count relate that existing and planned fossil fuel powered clouds mainly electricity generating stations will emit some eight hundred fifty Gigi tons of C._O.. Two over there planned lives of existing emissions China the U._S._A.. And the E U Twenty eight countries represent approximately forty one percent nine nine percent and seven percent of the total respectively. That's an interesting because I thought the U._S._A.. was much higher than that but that's a direct quote from the article anyway back. I think what they probably talking about is the emissions from the power sector only anyway the authors suggest that little or no additional C._O.. Two emission infrastructure can be commissioned and the infrastructure. Infrastructure retirements that are earlier than historical ones maybe necessary in order to meet the Paris agreement climate goals. This seems optimistic given that it's generally accepted that even if for you achieved achieved the Perez targets will still allow warming inexcessive three degrees centigrade the authors suggest that existing plants could be retrofitted with carbon capture and storage technology. It's very popular solution but still to be successfully implemented on a commercial scale. There may be other ways of mitigating emissions but before we get to that let's look at the current consequences climate change in a recent interview with Guardians Fiona Harvey Mummy Matori The U._N.. Secretary General's Special Representative on disaster risk reduction spoke of one climate crisis disaster happening every week and she said these smaller scale events which include intense heat waves storms and flooding will often overshadowed by catastrophic disasters like India's water shortage and the pair of cyclones that devastated Mozambique surrounding countries she emphasized that small-scale climate crises happening much faster and more frequently than previously predicted. It's essential that for governments to stop doing climate change as longtime issue and instead start investing in adaptation and resilience measures designed to curb the effects of ongoing lower impact events. This is not about the future this is about today. She said examples of small-scale crises undoubtedly traumatic for those affected include dangerous flash floods which hit Washington D._C.. Area this month the subway was threatened with flooding motorists had to climb on top of their cars and wait for rescue while emergency services won't come uses to stay off the roads at the same time heavy rains in Japan goes flooding landslides and at least ten fatalities in Guadalajara title Hara north of Mexico City a summer hailstorm left ice piles two meters deep. Hell is not unknown in the city in Salvador stone lightness had no been seen before. Fortunately the storm seems to happen never night so no casualties were reported however nearly two hundred homes and businesses revolted hail damage and at least fifty vehicles swept away by the deluge of ice in many areas meanwhile anchorage coach in Alaska north of the Arctic suckle has been enjoying a heatwave temperatures reached thirty two degrees Centigrade ninety-five night which is a lot hotter than almost anywhere in England this summit of course you can't point to any of these events and say it proves climate change is happening but you can say that if climate change is real these are exactly the sorts of events that we would expect to see what's to be done. Do we ban all those plan to power stations and close down to the rest. How do we explain it to the billions of people whose daily lives it would be impossible that interesting tree-planting has mind-blowing blowing potential to tackle climate crisis according to the authors of a paper in the journal Science Taking Global Perspective they conclude that ecosystems could support an additional points nine billion hector's of continuous? Continuous forest this would represent a greater than twenty five percent increase in forested area including more than five hundred billion trees and more than two hundred gig tons of additional Cobb at maturity such a change has the potential to cut the atmospheric pool by about twenty five percent this highlights global tree restoration as our most effective climate change solution to date they say however climate change Ulta this potential tree coverage we estimate that if we cannot deviate from the current trajectory the global potential canopy cover may shrink by around two hundred twenty three million hectares by twenty fifty with a moss the vast majority of losses occurring in the tropics our results highlight the opportunity of climate change mitigation true global tree restoration but also the urgent need for action the bone challenge is an example of others thinking the same way the bomb challenge is a global effort to bring one hundred and fifty million hectares of the world's deforested degraded land into restoration by twenty twenty twenty three hundred fifty million hectares by twenty thirty it was lost in two thousand eleven by the government of Germany and the International Union for the conservation of nature and later endorsing extended the New York Declaration of forests at twenty fourteen U._n.. Climate Summit another organization is tree sisters. They say three sisters exists to elicit collective responsibility for plant restoration of the grass roots level with a focus on women and tropical reforestation. We are a growing global network of women who donate monthly to found the acceleration acceleration of tropical reforestation as an expression of collective planetary can out vision vision we envision a world in which it is no everyone to protect and restore our planet. I think we might all agree with that. There could be something even better than for its trapping carbon in the north east of Scotland is the flow country. The flow country is an area of deep peat dotted into bogue pools that forms the heart of the caithness and Sutherland peatlands covering about two hundred thousand hectares. It's more than twice the size of Oakley altogether. This corner of Scotland holds more on four hundred thousand hectares of blanket bog making it the largest expense of this remarkable wild habitats in Europe all green plants absorbed Cobb bunk such the atmosphere Mafia and use the carbon to build the plant structure. When the plants die the carbon is released back into the atmosphere unless the plant material is preserved in some way? That's why people are so so important as a defense against climate change because the most other plants don't decay boat's actors Akam store all common sink. It's a slow process. Forests can store carbon more quickly than peatland but most of it is released when the when the trees rot away or are burnt as fuel many peatlands have been growing undisturbed for thousands of years so although they cover just three percent of the world's land area they hold. Nearly thirty percent of all the carbon stored on land the flow countries peat bogs alone store about four hundred million tons more than double the amount in or Britain's wardrobes but if bob dries out the carbon will be released as carbon dioxide adding to the effects of climate change. It's been estimated that the carbon stored in Scotland's peatlands represents a hundred years worth of the country's emissions from burning fossil fuels it will be disastrous released clearly winning forest and we need our peak books we need to preserve them and to expand them when and where we can in Ireland there are three peat burning power stations. Somebody should tell them this week. President Donald Trump made a major statement on the environment claiming that the U._S. continued to be an environmental leader and was criticized for being economical with the truth for example he said today the United States is ranked. Listen to this number one in the world for access to clean drinking drinking-water ranked number one in the wells and later he said for the first time in thirty is we're in the process of strengthening national drinking water standards to protect vulnerable children from Ladan copper exposure something that has not been done and we're doing it N._B._C.. News Fact Jack responded the rule has been revised previously and the major overhaul trump is referring to has been in the works of the E._p._a.. For more than a decade aide as speech in which he touted his commitment to Clean Drinking Water omitted his administration's efforts to relax water safety regulations elsewhere troubles acclaimed since two thousand on on nations energy related carbon emissions have declined more than any other country on earth. Thank of that emissions are projected to drop in two thousand nineteen twenty twenty. I've not been able to find a complete series series but I found figures which show that U._S.. Emissions did indeed decline from two thousand to twenty fourteen given that the country's emissions per capita but greater than those for almost any other country. It's not surprising rising that the reduction has been significant in absolute terms. It has not been so significant percentage terms and still remains one of the highest in the world. The Washington Post reported that emissions actually rose by three point four percent in two thousand eighteen. You don't actually have to go far from home to find governments under five in action on climate change while the British government recently announced its intentions to achieve net zero carbon emissions by twenty fifty. The Committee on Climate Change issued a report this week warning that the U._k.. Government must show it is serious who is legal obligations to tackle unprepared for climate change you action to curb greenhouse. Gas Conditions is lagging far behind what is needed even to meet previous less stringent emissions targets it said over the past year. The government has delivered. Just one of twenty five critical policies needed to get emissions reductions back on track as linked to report on the blog. The committee chairman even went so far as to say that ministers were acting like the hapless characters dance army for overseas business. That's. Is a long running TV comedy about elderly pop time soldiers defending the whole front during the last war in response. The chair of the Environment Agency said we welcome the committee's as recognition that on draft strategy is taking the necessary ambitious steps needed to be a climate resilient nation. We will be working with government and our partners to finalize the strategy lakes at this year and will be taking the committee's advice into to account well as long as they do and in other news this week Muhammad Muhindo the secretary general of OPEC said he believed that the campaigns by groups like the schools trike is an extinction extinction rebellion could we the greatest threat to the fossil fuel industry Griffith Bumba welcomed his remarks as their biggest compliment yet. There's no doubt that governments and corporations taking notice inches next challenge to spur them into action. Maybe legal action is the spun off a new report from the Grantham Research Institute of the London School of economics finds it in the last twelve months climate change cases have been brought at least twenty eight countries around the will of the recorded cases northern three-quarters weaned found in the United States while most attendance at governments lawsuits are increasingly targeting reaching the highest greenhouse-gas-emitting companies climate change related claims are also being pursued by investors activists shows cities and states human rights are increasing the foundation for these legal actions actions but science demonstrating causality is increasingly accepted by judges the oldest walnut there is as yet insufficient evidence of the impacts of Climate Change Litigation but they they believe it could encourage private companies and investors to give greater consideration to climate risk in energy news that continue to be problems phlegm all deal site of E._d._F.'s new nuclear capacitation your remember that it's a new design the same as the plot visibility at Hinkley C in.

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"linus roache" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

15:52 min | 2 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Should know a production of I heart radio. How stuff works? Hey, and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh thirst. Chuck. There's Josh not meet. There's Chuck guess producer. Josh is back in the house. And there's little Chuck in your pocket. Little elvis. I was just. You got that, right. Oh man. What a great sketch. That was nNcholas cage, isn't it? Yeah. Man. Did you ever? See mandy. Yes. It was terrible. I don't care. What anybody else says? You hate it. Terrible. Terrible movie. Yeah nolan. I talked about it on movie crush. He's seen it like four times thinks it's the best thing ever. Come on people. The love it or hate it now, it's like actually, I was kind of in the middle where you really. Yeah. I mean I told him young Chuck like twenty two year old college, Chuck sure would probably liked it. A lot more. But today, Chuck was kinda like I get it like sure. Sure. Parts of it were fine. Sure to me. Spending an hour doing character development, but not successfully, making you care about the characters and really irked me. Well, you had structural issues. Yeah. That was really the big thing, Alyssa, thought Linus Roache was very, very odd for casting, but his aunt, which was in beanbag guy, cult leader. That was weird very weird. I don't even know him. But he's from law and order, again, like some other stuff. You gotta get into what you're missing out, that's becoming a bit. So. Do we serve recording yet? I think so welcomed everybody the podcast. That's right. So Chuck, we are with this is some true crime stuff for getting into here. That's right. But we feel like we need to set the tone, right? Because this isn't this didn't happen just yesterday this happened way back in nineteen eighty two in Chicago, Illinois in, I remember this man, though. I was like six at the time it was one of my favorite years because of this. The opposite of that. Right, mainly because of movies, all of us. So great about nineteen eighty to look it up, man while I was kind of hoping he played runner. Oh, really? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. That was some of the best movies. Do you know I didn't see Bladerunner until I was forty? That's not true. Is it is? Oh, really? Yes. The original the original Bladerunner did you like it? Yeah. It was good. I liked the second one to you like they spent way too much time on character. Yet, and I just did a little poking around about nine hundred eighty two and it was, it was a good year for an eleven year old but it was an uneasy time in America, well for a bunch of awful things happen that year and I don't know if it was any more less than other years. But air flight ninety crashed into into the Potomac river, remember that. No in Washington DC, the plane crash in the reverted hit a bridge. Maybe but those, those like a daring, icy river rescue, really. Yeah. Seventy eight people died, though, that same day a metro train in DC derailed tree people. Geez. February was when Wayne Williams was convicted Gotcha. And that was just the end of a lot of unease. You know for years. Yeah. Klaus bam. Beulah was found guilty of attempted murder of his wife in March. I didn't make it to the end of reversal of fortune. So I honestly didn't know happened to Klaus guilty in June was the murder of Vincent chin, who was a Chinese American who was beaten to death by two men in Michigan thinking he was Japanese and they were like stealing his there oughta work. Oh my God. I know. Right. And then July ninth Pan Am flight seven five nine goes down in Louisiana. Louisiana kills all one hundred forty six people on board, plus, eight more on the ground and then in September early September tough. When I remember planes crashed. Yeah, a lot. Yeah. That never happens now not as much, but yeah, weird that we're recording this in the midst of more plane crash, and then early September was when that paper boy, an Iowa Iowa was kidnapped and never seen again. Johnny gauche? I don't know that one that was the big deal too, because it was, you know, the paper boy, in those this false story about a, a pedophile ring from politicians in that turned out not to be true, but he was never found again. So basically everything that's going on. Today is just a rehash of nineteen eighty two. It sounds like I just remember being about that age and they're just the nightly news, sort of just being a horror show and not politically speaking, you know, like real bad incidences occurring well, yeah. Plane crash, like just about at any age like that'll they'll bring you down. If you see that on the news, for sure. Yeah. Because, you know, when you get on a plane, you think maybe this plane will go down, while I'm on it, and that would be terrible, although I was flying at eleven. So all of those things you just mentioned sweep 'em totally off the table. Because come the end of September of that year, nothing else mattered. But what we're about to talk about now. That's right. Nothing nothing came close to taking the over the national psyche. Like the deaths of seven people beginning on September twenty thousand nine hundred eighty two in Chicago, Illinois yet, in one of the articles are read about this. I mean are we trying to keep it a secret? It's the show title, right? Yeah. Yeah. I think they're gonna have to figure it out. So. Yeah, the Tylenol murders. Yeah. Okay. You like. Oh, no, no. That's the comes up in part to. Oh yeah, this is a two parter as well. So buckling everybody. So I was doing some research, though in a saw one article that said something about, you know, the first domestic terror incident, United States that nobody's ever heard of like what to hasn't heard of this, a millennial wrote that headline. Well, I have to say Josh on the way in here. Yeah. I told them Tylenol murders and he, he goes, what's Tylenol? You will codger. We should probably say, what Tylenol is okay. Yeah, I guess, just in case you are a millennial you've never heard of Tylenol, but Tylenol was and still is an over the counter pain reliever like you have aches and pains. And apparently, what's crazy people would take Tylenol whatever was wrong with them, right? Because now you can go get like you know aspirin. And, and you could get Advil and Aleve. There was no Aleve back then nineties drug, there's way more over the counter pain relievers, now than they were back then back then Tylenol was basically it. Yeah. It's see Dominican, which is different than aspirin. And I think a lot of people just think those are interchangeable, right. With the reason I believe Tylenol became so big is because aspirin up says a lot of people stomachs. Right. Tylenol does not hurts not supposed to. And that's why it came out of nowhere. And just took over the Asper for market. I think by nineteen eighty two. Island all had thirty seven percent of the market. It's pretty good Horner. Yeah. Yeah. Almost half, especially since like some of the other like aspirins have been around since, you know, might teach century. Right. So it makes sense then that when a little girl named Marianne Kellerman complained that she had a sore throat and wasn't feeling too good at, like seven AM on Wednesday, September twenty ninth nineteen eighty to her parents said, just take an extra strength Tylenol and go back to bed man, I sore throat magin, the guilt. Oh, no. He's parents feel well they'll blow it. We haven't said what happens to Marianne Kellerman yet. I think everybody knows yeah. She got up said, I'm sick. He said, take this, the father said he heard her going to the bathroom and close the door. Then heard something drop and went to the door saying a yo can, you're okay, no answer opened the door in there. She is on the floor taken to the hospital, but died. Very quickly. Yeah. Probably was dead when she went to the hospital was pronounced there, and she they suspected. And this is just a little twelve year old girl of middle school girl into Jane Addams middle school. She they think she died of a stroke. That's what they thought happened here. They were just so baffled that they're like, had to have been a stroke. That's the only thing that can come on like this. Yes. So that's seven AM just the day is just beginning in one atrocity is already happened. Yeah. This is a this is a very bad day in the history of Chicago September. Twenty nine hundred eighty two yeah. Absolutely. And it started early. Adam, Janice, who will detail his story, but put a pin in this one, too, because he figures in even more prominently in a minute, but a little bit later that same morning, this gentleman Adam, Janice. He's twenty seven years old and lived in Arlington heights, and other Toco suburb, and he died. And they think. That this is a heart attack. He complained of chest pains after he had driven his daughters. Neighbor home from school said, I'm going to take the day off comes home eats. A little lunch, takes two extra strength Tylenol that he bought from a local drugstore collapses in front of his wife. And by you know, a few minutes, later when the paramedics arrived he was dead. Right. And again, like you said they said, heart attack because he'd been complaining of chest pains, which had nothing to do with it. Right. But just like Marianne Kellerman took an extra strength Tylenol for sore throat. He's hook some extra stream silent offer. Some chest pains. This is just what people did back that. Yeah. And that's what complicated it a little bit. I was that, you know, if you take the Tylenol that means he felt bad already. So obviously, you know they're going to be saying, like, wait a minute chest pains or sprite wrote, like how does that figure in? Yeah. And it didn't. Plus, also, what made the even more baffling is that Marianne Kellerman was twelve in healthy Adam Janus was twenty twenty-seven and healthy. Yeah. And all of a sudden they just dropped. People don't just drop dead. No matter what you see on TV or in the movies or whatever dropping dead inexplicably. A really bizarre thing. Inter a healthy person doesn't happen next. We have a Mary Reiner, same day, same day. This is still all on the same day. She's twenty seven years old. She's feeling a little dizzy, she had just come home from the hospital after having given birth to her fourth kid a couple of days before super super sad. All of these are, obviously, but being a just a brand new mom for the fourth time just so tragic then by three forty five she was so ill. She was rushed back to the hospital and again died very, very quickly. Yeah. And like Adam Jonah's collapsed in front of his wife. She collapsed in front of her young eight year old daughter, one of the children's are and yeah, when she was taken the hospital. They pronounced her dead as well. This is mid afternoon may. Gary McFarland was up next. She was over in the, the suburb of Lombard. And she worked at a Illinois bell phone center where you remember like you go get your phone like the rotary phone. The you know you'd actually lease your phone. I, I wasn't involved in that process, but we had them in our home. Okay. Well, your parents, whenever new that Lakers. They just bought that stuff. No. There was like a store where you go. It's like the phone companies retail store and you ago and be like that pink one. It's like smartphones today, kind of say model kind of. Yeah. I guess so. But this was with a big clunky rotary phone, and you had to pay extra for the extra long court. Well, Mary McFarland worked in one of these stores in it about four o'clock at the Eleanor bell phone center. She was she had a massive headache that just came on out of nowhere. And she went and back and got some extra strength Tylenol out of her purse took a couple of them. And within minutes collapse. In the store. Yes. She was young as well. She was thirty one years old, mother of two and then remember I was talking about Adam Janice, a few minutes ago. His family goes to the hospital. Obviously everyone converges there he passes away in. So the family makes their way home to begin morning and just sort of trying to reconcile, what had just happened his brother Stanley. He was only twenty five and then his wife, Teresa, who was only nineteen are both just overcome in worn out and have headaches. So they're at Adams house. They gotta his medicine cabinet get out the Tylenol the he took completely unknowingly, obviously and Stanley hits the ground foam comes from his mouth, his eyes roll back in his head. Everyone's freaking out. And if you minutes later, his wife collapses, and they call the ambulance by the time the ambulances get there think Stanley died that day. Hey, in Theresa, somehow manage to live a coupla days. Yes. She hung on. I don't know if like her doses lesser what, but, but she, she survived for a couple.

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"linus roache" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Have awesome, workshops, Rakia healing sound bath discussions, honest connections with others that are just as awesome as you. And we would love to see you doubt. All right into this. What enjoy? Yes. Are we doing our bent with you? Yeah. It was bad you powerful. So powerful was like most crying out. I was crying right away. God this is like what it's about. Yeah. I really ready up that you guys have a great crowd. It was awesome. They are so special and Ling make our guests feel so special. And I forget that they like I mean, we hold the space. Right. But like they hold the space for. Yeah. Guests to come mainly. The fact that you felt comfortable enough you open up and and be vulnerable. Like that was just a testament to them to we we should lay. The foundation of yo what happened for our guests who are listening, and I'm looking at the rainbow in my water, which means my angels are here here there. But we had our event last year with ruby and Alexandra I forget what it was about. Like elite. About moons Linus Roache Alexandra and I run moon club. Together. We do stuff together we Germany to about mama moon. Yeah. The crowd was amazing. It was beautiful. It was in Brooklyn. And when you got up and spoke, you know, you are so powerful. And you're such a voice for our generation with all of your work. But you kind of were nervous, and then you got stage fright, and you know, I guess you can tell from your perspective, but it was just a really beautiful authentic emotional vulnerable moment that you know, really gave our community permission and to understand that you are human. You know, even if you are an author, and you have all of these accolades that you still can feel a little bit of nerves when you're getting in front of a rumored front of women, and it was just such a laid the foundation for our community to feel more connected to you and feel more connected to one another because it was such a human moment. Yeah. Totally. And I guess I talk about that. Specifically when talking about moon signs and might moon, sinus draw the G because the moon ready represents our emotional side represent south feelings are softness out tenderness and. Honorable t- to an extent. And so setting up by going. Hey, guys..

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"linus roache" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Thanks, chris. Works particularly well cast. Okay. Yes. Anyway. Yeah. Look at it those five I think brought the Cooper might be the one to be in this category. He's done very very well. This year bless him on his first tries directories done. Really? Well. And everybody else feels a bit. I don't know. Like, the Phil maybe isn't quite strong enough or Christian Belden. They've already got one. You know, he's always on way or losing weight. Like, I want Christmas when his neck so Skar for film where he stays his normal. Wade's. That's his challenge from me. Nobody knows. Him relaxant? Nobody knows JIMBO. What do you think of this category? No, I'm I'm Helen has a bit of a thing about why I thought he was magnificent advice Ray, we love to what he did with China though, he brought that kind of growl and that personas life marvelous. I'm team ballots for this one. Name say something radical rod and clean and powerful. I think Romney Malik is gonna win this Oskar. That would be. Say maybe insane. But I think it's going to happen. Why I don't know. There's just I think he, you know, say what you will about the film. I think he is terrific as mercury it's really late, vibrant, energetic performance. I just I'm not saying it should win. But I think it will. I would love see Kristen bell win as well. I think he's amazing. It's just Cheney is such a slippery character. However, good bail. Is you come at the move. You're still not quite sure who this guy is when you think could play against slightly. But no a good list about this. Malik. Wow. That is left field. That may be Willem Dafoe who people sync with snubbed for the Florida project. He was the basic issue. And then some rail took it at the last minute no-one sold this nomination coming. So might be surprised to win here. He cuts his ear off. Real again. He's the great actor, you know, universally admired fridges and doesn't have an Oscar. So can't tamales will have seen the film. Be surprised. Very surprised if he wins. Did you know Martin Scorsese has played Franco in a curse? I did. Not. Okay. Best actor people who might have been snubbed Ethan Hawke first reformed Joaquin Phoenix for you. Never really hear terrific and that Sam Claflin for journey's end. Yeah. Okay. Again, if got a US release Pentagon journeyman and the two left he'll ones the two absolutely nonsensical. Once you're gonna laugh me on the pub with for even suggesting nNcholas cage for Mandy the cheddar. Goblin could've done a chain sold Ulan stage at the office with with Linus Roache, William Roache of lionesses unavailable. The amazing nNcholas cage chain sewing, an eighty something year old man. And then okay. Okay. Oh, God joss Berlin. For ventures Infinity warm snap. Know how you know. I'm Donald some with you'll the lineup and the kademi isn't there yet? I think there should be a separate category for CG s performances. I think we've we've discussed this in the past CG. That's just really looks. Like, I think because we can never draw the line between what the actor does. And what the animators do on. Therefore, there should be a separate category for consideration of those at some point okay for enough room. But that's okay. Quickly. Best pitcher eight nominees Baheen rhapsody the favorites. Black Panther black klansman green book Feis stars born on room. Oh, okay. We're a month out pick your winner right now. Nick, boy, ROY MO. Logic behind that. Okay. I just think it'll win says good. I'm wanna say is probably Romeo could go to a star's born. I'm just not feeling it on the favorite. I think is now saw Chauncey probably Roma. I think if Bill straight talk. No, I'm kidding. Okay question. Oscar prog- notification question you want to win best picture, statistically, speaking of you've got to be nominated, which is a real handicap. I Bill streaker talk second of all you've got to have a best editing nomination. And Thirdly, you've got to have a best director nomination. And that does not quite let stars born it actually excite Roma, which doesn't have an editing nomination. But it does have a direction on nation. So I think it could be the exception. But that's a big question Mark over Roma. So untraditional Oscar prognostication rules. I would say the favourite which has both the editing on the director acting nominations..

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"linus roache" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Very agreeable. Episodes of mar gentlemen, there's been some jabs here and there, but we're keeping it classy. But now we're really getting into the meat with Roka's top three or third. My number three. Oh, man insanity folks down the hatches. Pull out your makeshift acts. Bumblebee is Mandy Mandy as my number three, film thoroughly absolutely love this movie. In is a cinematic experience of visual experience, you go into this film because models directed this. Film you go back, and you just let nNcholas cage and Andrea res borough, take you and Linus Roache take you through this whole journey that they're going through and they break all the conventional cliches of a couple being attacked by a cult in the woods that you've seen numerous other films. They break all the conventional cliches of how it goes down and Nick cage going on a revenge film. Pure madness. What three words for you vodka bathroom scene that will just mess you up for so long. It's an honestly I saw it on the rooftop of Montalban hotel, and I sat back, and I just marvel at the movie innovated started all over again from the beginning at a sat there transfixed two or three more times? It's such an incredible film. And it's quietly made it onto some lists of. Top ten top five of the year. And I'm very very happy. It has because nNcholas cage we know he does these crazy films plays crazy characters. But Mandy is the one where he really nailed it over the last few years in an incredible performance with a film that was worth visual. Are you done hold? My beer. Of that movie. Are you kidding me with this? I'm not kidding you. I love the opening credits set to king crimson. I was like this movie's going to be awesome, wasn't it. And. It looks cool. It has like that initial flare. Like you said once they introduce the supernatural element. I thought it went right off the rails. I would've really liked the movie a lot more if it hadn't introduced the supernatural stuff. Oh, I thought this movie was kind of a mess, and it's just being wildly over praised. Like, maybe I just wasn't on enough drugs that first day at Sundance. Do you think it was maybe you like is everything? Everyone else has bad taste feel the movie racist. We're trying to sell me on this movie. I'd a good friend of ours. Derina loves it. And I tried to watch it on demand. And I just think it was the wrong. It was on my TV and whenever watch onto man movies. The sound is very low. And so the music very well. But the actual dialogue is very low and ask got frustrated with it. So I kind of fell asleep watching it. So I'll give it another watch. But it's got to be an theater setting by them as a couple either kennels cage as borough. You didn't. Nope. Okay. Got it. Does a great job during the I would say to you. You can't watch this late at night unless you fully awake. You gotta and you've got to watch on TV. That's not like forty inches of forty. You gotta watch on sixty five seventy s the full cinematic just so you can see since we're talking about penises, Linus Roache is peanuts. You a huge TV to see it. Because it is one of the year's bravest nude scenes. Lemme del this side of Harvey cartel in the penis. All right. Parents who thought this was the. Plus you get from predator. He's in it Bill Duke shows up. So that's how you know. That's a market quality. All right. Just not at your number three. Who own QB my name? Yeah. I mean, John John pretty much said it was just terrific. It's wonderful. It is what we need right now with the discourse being lowered in this country. This was a guy who kept it all above the belt, and what I love about this movie is the way that it invites the audience into participate in this movie was a really good documentary that became a great documentary in its last few minutes when it asks the audience to close their eyes and think of someone who has helped them get to where they are for me. That was very emotionally. It was the last person that leaves the theater, and I was just like bowled over by this movie. I know. Mister rogers. I it's kind of like an easy subject to make a good documentary out of. But I really like the artistry that Morgan level brought to it. And I kind of didn't mind that someone like Michael Keaton wasn't in the movie because I feel he would have distracted and taken away from some of the lesser known people who all amazing in this. I remember carrying out of the theater, he was a mess. Somebody's gonna come pick some sniffle all through the whole damn move through everything little listeners. Well, maybe surprised if you follow Jeff onto it or he is the most important follow on Twitter that sometimes the more of the ninety gets emotional watching movies. You really care about. I'm a big Cryer. And I definitely cried through this one. And I I showed it to the fam- over thanksgiving. You

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"linus roache" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Tell us again about sexy. Have you ever seen sex-abuse never got to see this amazing? It's thanking xlii is always the peanuts. Well, a human sized Ray Winston is the main guy in this. And they're trying to recruit him back to a job in London. Ian, McShane is the leader of this gang. He's retired. He sends Ben Kingsley to bring him back to do this. Job. But Ben Kingsley has old history. With Ray Winstons character in right, Winston's wife, and re Winstons wife's best friend and all the short nature. Dude. You got to see that movie Ellen Zane and some twists and turns happen pretty violent movie as well. And it's it's a good one that you can still go back and watch. Well, God bless us everyone. I'm gonna kick off the number three's of the group. And my number three is a star is born this movie blew me away start to finish. When you hear the opening number. You're in front of this giant crowd? You're on stage with Bradley Cooper, the fact that he pulls up being a musician so flawlessly not to mention the fact that he has directed the movie hin and lady Gaga together. They make magic on stage. They're great offstage together going through all the trials and tribulations does the movie feel a little behind the Museu times. Yes. And I responded to that. I was with this movie start to finish the only complaint that it's not even a complaint. I have I feel exam. Elia was great. And I've said this before I feel like there's other supporting actor roles out. There. I feel Sam L getting lifetime achievement consideration over just what he actually did in the film. Not. He wasn't great the film. He wasn't in it really in the way that I think some other supporting actors were but dice man, sure dice great and the grace salute. And I'm not talking about this. And I'm talking about other moves in general where I feel like there's other actors out there that could get more consideration that is all periphery because the star is born really a star making performance in the world of acting for lady Gaga, and I think that Bradley Cooper just elevated his star in his stature to another level. Looking forward to seeing if there's one year where the Oscar is needs to have musical performances as part of the show. This might be an star was born is just one of those reasons how is the dude from wedding crashers being. I mean, it's just incredible. You know, it's interesting on that point though, man because when you see wedding crashers he's so good in that you lay. I can't imagine Bradley Cooper playing any role. That's not a dick and even in the hangover where you're like. Oh, he's funny. These kind of dick I had the same same response when I. I saw school ties with Matt Damon? This guy's really good. But he's as Brennan Frazier says he's always going to be a prick. He's never going to be able to play anything where you actually root for him. And I think I might have missed the boat on that. I would throw a Bradley Whitford as well. He plays such a jerk films in the eighties. Yeah. That's antics. And then you throw him into something west wing, and you're like, oh my God. While I can actually cheer for this guy and support this guy go through his emotional turmoil. It's fantastic. I agree and Bradley Cooper's performance in this movie. And that's what sells it to me. So incredible and Gaga fantastic as well. Their chemistry really works. My only problem with the movies. I feel things worked out a little too quickly in certain directions for Gaga character hind music. It ruined it a little bit for me. I didn't believe it was I didn't find it believable in certain situations. But their chemistry cannot deny the direction film can't deny. Okay. Very agreeable. Episodes embar, gentlemen, there's been some jabs here and there, but we're keeping it classy. But now we're really getting into the meat with Roka's top three or third might number three. Oh, man. The insanity folks down the hatches pull out your makeshift acts Bumblebee, it is Mandy Mandy as my number three film. Thoroughly absolutely love. This movie is a cinematic experience of visual experience, you go into this film because models directed this. Film you go back, and you just let nNcholas cage and Andrea res borough, take you and Linus Roache take you through this whole journey that they're going through and they break all the conventional cliches of a couple being attacked by a cult in the woods that you've seen numerous other films. They break all the conventional cliches of how it goes down and Nick cage going on a revenge film. Pure madness three words for you vodka bathroom scene that will just mess. You. You up for so long. It's an honestly I saw it on the rooftop of the Montalban hotel, and I sat back, and I just marvel movie innovated started all over again from the beginning at a sat there transfixed two or three more times? It's such an incredible film. And it's quietly made it onto some lists of top ten top five of the year. I have the name, and I'm very very happy. It has because nNcholas cage we know he does these crazy films plays crazy characters. But Mandy is the one where he really nailed it over the last few years in incredible four months with film. That was worth visual. John. Are you done hold? My beer. That movie. Are you kidding you with this? I'm not kidding. I love the the opening credits set to king crimson. I was like, oh, this is going to be awesome. And. It looks cool. It has that visual flair. Like you said once they introduce the supernatural element. I thought it went right off the rails. I would've really liked the movie a lot more. If if it hadn't introduced the supernatural stuff. Oh, I thought this movie was kind of a mess, and it's just being wildly over praised. Like, maybe I just wasn't on enough drugs that first day at Sundance. Do you think it was maybe you like everyone else? I think everybody has bad team. The movie racist. To sell the on this movie. I'd a good friend of ours. Doreen? And I tried to watch it on demand. And I just think it was the wrong. It was on my TV and whenever wash onto man movies. The sound is very low. And so the music very while the actual dialogues, very low and ask got frustrated with it. So I kinda fell asleep watching it. So I'll give it another watch. But it's got to be in a theater setting by them as a couple either kennels cage borough. You didn't know, okay. Got it. Does a great job during the I would say to you. You can't watch this late at night unless you fully awake. You gotta and you've got to watch it on TV. That's not like forty inches of forty. 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"linus roache" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"If you're like a pure plot, personal pure action person. This definitely isn't for you. It's really freaky and fucked up and depends very heavily on the Ambi ambient noise on a really freaky soundtrack on some like a lot of the, let's say, facial acting and not a lot of words, and there's a lot of cage Muntz lot of very, very cagey moments where he's doing something really fucking crazy. Like there's one scene in. A bathroom where he's choking vodka in screaming himself, and it's like for me as a cage fan of Mike, Dan, that's that focused rules. Don't think that's gonna be everyone's reaction to it. They might be like, oh, this is so this is a Kim doing bad acting like no man that's cage right there. That's classic age. I think it was cool on some other actors in I recognized as all the main bad guy is one of the believed, the English king in Vikings in easier. He's a really good as Christian cult leader in it and trying to think who also recognize from whoever played his wife was also very creepy in haunting. And I think she did a great job and it's just all of the big fin Linus Roache was the English king by the way and you get peanuts. It's pretty cool. It was Andrea riseborough, I believe was the wife. She was in Birdman and she was in. What was the reason she was death? Stalin, she was Stalin's daughter. Oh, shit. That's right. Yeah, she was great in that movie to she was really choosing bourbon. She did. She was dating. What's his? What's Michael Keaton characters name in there. Heard just burden at Reagan rigging, Thompson, Regan Thompson? Yeah, Mandy was. It was awesome. It's visually incredible. Like if that's the type of before you grind house, he movie pretty wild. I've had people tell me that they either loved that they had to turn it off. They didn't know what the fuck was happening that into who the characters were thought it was like too crazy in the beginning to really grasp it. I mean, look. It is again, it is not a movie for everybody that's for sure. I think a lot of people will not like it. But it's kind of like a crazy revenge film, lots of action, very artsy just sits in the cage nikei just the type of stuff indicate should be doing. I said, my review, I want national treasure three, but I don't think it makes sense for doing anything like that anymore. Like this fits him. Well, he was great and mom and dad, manny's a movie that you should take a risk on, I think take a risk on it. I don't think we're going to like it. It's not conventional very different. But you know what, if you like movies, give it a try because you just, it's one of those. You never know. You may hate it. You may be like guys, go, fuck yourself. Make me watch that, but it's, it's worth a try because it's something different. It's not mainstream. It's very different. Yeah, eighty for me, I I liked it in love it, but it was a perfect use of Nick cage. The movie was nuts. If if you don't like those types of super nuts movies. You're not gonna like this, but on the flip side of that, like that lends itself to very visceral performance out of Nick cage in as you know, we, we love that on this podcast and so so this this was something to see if you like that. Yeah, exactly. We're, we're Nick vans if you like Nick cage. That's it. I like that you you said it better than me if you like Nick cage, give it a chance. Cage do. It's also on if you don't like Nick cage, you will not like it. That's like like, that's pretty much it. If you don't like Nick cage, movies or artsy grind house, movies, I would suggest you don't watch this movie. It's available for rent online too, which is always a treat when you watch it.

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"linus roache" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"If you're like a pure plot, personal pure action person. This definitely isn't for you. It's really freaky and fucked up and depends very heavily on the Ambi ambient noise on a really freaky soundtrack on some like a lot of the, let's say, facial acting and not a lot of words, and there's a lot of cage Muntz lot of very, very cagey moments where he's doing something really fucking crazy. Like there's one scene in. A bathroom where he's choking vodka in screaming himself, and it's like for me as a cage fan of Mike, Dan, that's that focused rules. Don't think that's gonna be everyone's reaction to it. They might be like, oh, this is so this is a Kim doing bad acting like no man that's cage right there. That's classic age. I think it was cool on some other actors in I recognized as all the main bad guy is one of the believed, the English king in Vikings in easier. He's a really good as Christian cult leader in it and trying to think who also recognize from whoever played his wife was also very creepy in haunting. And I think she did a great job and it's just all of the big fin Linus Roache was the English king by the way and you get peanuts. It's pretty cool. It was Andrea riseborough, I believe was the wife. She was in Birdman and she was in. What was the reason she was death? Stalin, she was Stalin's daughter. Oh, shit. That's right. Yeah, she was great in that movie to she was really choosing bourbon. She did. She was dating. What's his? What's Michael Keaton characters name in there. Heard just burden at Reagan rigging, Thompson, Regan Thompson? Yeah, Mandy was. It was awesome. It's visually incredible. Like if that's the type of before you grind house, he movie pretty wild. I've had people tell me that they either loved that they had to turn it off. They didn't know what the fuck was happening that into who the characters were thought it was like too crazy in the beginning to really grasp it. I mean, look. It is again, it is not a movie for everybody that's for sure. I think a lot of people will not like it. But it's kind of like a crazy revenge film, lots of action, very artsy just sits in the cage nikei just the type of stuff indicate should be doing. I said, my review, I want national treasure three, but I don't think it makes sense for doing anything like that anymore. Like this fits him. Well, he was great and mom and dad, manny's a movie that you should take a risk on, I think take a risk on it. I don't think we're going to like it. It's not conventional very different. But you know what, if you like movies, give it a try because you just, it's one of those. You never know. You may hate it. You may be like guys, go, fuck yourself. Make me watch that, but it's, it's worth a try because it's something different. It's not mainstream. It's very different. Yeah, eighty for me, I I liked it in love it, but it was a perfect use of Nick cage. The movie was nuts. If if you don't like those types of super nuts movies. You're not gonna like this, but on the flip side of that, like that lends itself to very visceral performance out of Nick cage in as you know, we, we love that on this podcast and so so this this was something to see if you like that. Yeah, exactly. We're, we're Nick vans if you like Nick cage. That's it. I like that you you said it better than me if you like Nick cage, give it a chance. Cage do. It's also on if you don't like Nick cage, you will not like it. That's like like, that's pretty much it. If you don't like Nick cage, movies or artsy grind house, movies, I would suggest you don't watch this movie. It's available for rent online too, which is always a treat when you watch it.

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"linus roache" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

06:04 min | 3 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Say. Possess? Never know. I feel like these are actual dialogue lines from my sand, but I'm not sure they are. Nice. You, you always come well researched for these episodes. That's what I like having you on. Well, to be fair, your bar is insanely low. I am not going to argue that point with you. If somebody shows up hind of sober for a guest spot on your show, their head of the curve. They've seen the trailer there. In their Facebook feed with no audio there in, you know what we said, Dave, what's that? The darker the hor-, the bride of the flame. Do you have a list of quotes in front of? You know, just I'm pulling these out of my head. These are pulls, these are polls and they're pertinent, they're pertinent love it. All right. Well, we're going to hear a lot of those this episode. No, I'm done. Yeah, that's it. That's it. And that's a wrap. Why don't we just jump in since we're having so much fun here? Why don't we jump in with your first puzzle? That's what this is Andy. That's what this. Okay, so I'm going to start one with one that is funny enough. I don't know if you plan on doing this movie soon, but has this movie has actually a remake that's getting ready to come out or all I knew it might actually be out right now, but and I'm not sure if it's any good or not. It would be really hard for it to top the original, which was one of the greatest horror movies ever. Men made and mine is a Dr does masterpiece nineteen seventy seven superior, which is just an incredible mix of of of sort of. That very unsettling type of horror and suspense that it's it's there are gross out elements -sposed, but they're almost beside the point. A lot of the tonality is very similar throughout superior. Again, the nineteen seventy seven version. I don't know if you've heard anything about the new version that came out just recently is coming out, but I've heard create. I have heard good generally things. I mean, very, very business tastic on remake. Movies pretty legendary movie. Yeah. So that would be my first might. My first piece would be the nineteen seventy nineteen seventy seven superior. Yeah, it's a good one. And like a lot of classic horror. I know I've seen it, but it was back in high school and I've vague memories of it, but I remember the feeling of it and like the tone of in absolutely. I mean, you've got that real creepy nece to a lot of this movie even when it's not, you know, like going insane with horror, anything like that, even like the dramatic moments, it's still there's like this air of just creeping to it, like right from the beginning superior was one of those movies where if you, like if you were kind of nerdy or if you're like me and you had like one foot in nerd them through middle school and high school, like the older nerdy guy would show you this movie and be like, oh, you don't know about this like the guy who's like maybe in like eleventh grade. When you're in like ninth grade or something he'd be like, oh, yeah, let me show you this movie. You don't even. You don't even know. 'cause this is nothing. I feel like you're doing the, you're doing the Marc Maron thing right now, like, you know. Hey, guys, guys. No, for sure. I remember there being guys that worked not like not at blockbuster, but like the independent video store. Right? Right. Were two or three years older than me and would make recommendations to me. And I know that it was a little bit of like perverse pleasure on their part because they knew it was only twelve and thirteen and they were giving me like, fucked up, asked movies. Sure. But it was also sort of like looking out for the next generation like, hey kid, you're really gonna like this and you know, and that was this movie. That was the way that you know if you're somebody our ages is that's the way you encountered this this movie because it's obviously it's. I mean, this will be before before we were born. So you know, I'll eat any people. Yeah, you need those kind of people in your life because they introduce you to stuff, especially like main you don't have an older brother or something like that. And then what are they replaced by now like algorithms? Like, do you just get Carole watch the spirit by like your Hulu algorithm? Like, how do you, how do you stumble upon great shit like that. These days, some buddies. Haired bigger, Russian. Twitter. How about you, Dave? What are you? Got, yeah, speaking, speaking of those people, I guess I wasn't even going to mention this, but. I had that for when I first saw army of darkness and a guy at a video store told me that, oh, this is actually the third one of evil dead. So I'm going to go with the entire evil dead series, especially army at darkness and evil dead two. But really the whole series, of course, not all of Mandy is insane over the top horror, but certainly the second half is and it's, it's that that brand of horror that is just totally gory, totally ridiculous. Nut like it's creepy, but it's not necessarily scary. It's more just awesome what I mean and you know how much I love those movies. So of course it was one of the first things I thought of, and it's a little bit of a cheat because at the screening I saw they did a a alive QNA with with. Panos because meadows and cage and also Linus Roache. And and that was one of the movies he brought up as being

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"linus roache" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:24 min | 3 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Are live and the AllState skyline studios. Monday morning, my dad's gonna call and tell the joke, we're in the middle of the Monday morning movie reviews, and Eric children's is gonna stick around and give us a his second report on the films that he saw at the Toronto film festival where you just got back. And and then at five o'clock, you've got steiger's opening bell. Six o'clock is the great Steve Cochran and coming up the stories that matter with Vic Vaughn from the northwestern medicine newsroom on WGN radio. But let's get back to the movie reviews before the break. Eric described and told us what he thought of the new movie, Mandy, Eric welcome back. Thank you and common. Welcome back. Thank you. All right, Colin, what do you think? Well, all I can say is thank God. I thought I was going to be the only one of the three of us 'cause I really wasn't on board with us either. I, you know, like, I pretty much go everything Eric said this to be a really beautiful, but tedious exercise in you know, the exploitation cinema. Guess what do you call it? But I mean, it's it's, you know, it's another bloody revenge film. And I just saw one of those like Eric set like last week. I didn't really need to see the story played out. Again, granted this is a much different film than peppermint much different from anything else that's out there. And I and like Eric I appreciate that. But you know, this is just one of those things either. It's your you either. It's your thing or. Not. And I just found that it wasn't aside from a few moments. I think definitely could be pared down to you know, an eighty five or ninety minute movie. And with all the craziness going on. I think that would be delightful. But there's there's just a there's just a lot of kind of self indulgence going on here that I just wasn't really interested in and. Yeah, I I didn't see the disguise last the beyond the black rainbow and norm. I really very interested in seeing it, and I know this the Redskins name keeps getting bought up between some discussions that. I've seen online and like I think he would watch us to go do tone it down a little bit. This is will what's what's the story? Get in here. Once in a while. So yeah, this is kind of a disappointment for me, especially based on all the all the advance word of mouth that. I was hearing that this was nNcholas cage is returned to form. And it is. But it's lost a month. I in in all this other stuff that is not nearly as interesting, so yeah, I'm I'm glad people having a good time with it. There's a lot of stuff here to to enjoy. But to me, personally, it's just not my thing. Well, it's my thing. I thought it was great. And I was with it the whole time, man. And I know it takes forever to get to the to the crazy payoff, but that stuff is so beautifully shot. And so I mean, I love the score. All the acting was really really interesting and weird. And I was just this. This movie did have a like a hypnotic effect on me. I mean, I I was I, you know, the the pacing was slow. There's no question about it, very slowly paced movie, but it had like it had an effect. Like like, I put a spell on me while I watched it and by the time all the insanity hits. And this is a crazy movie. This movie is absolutely crazy. By the time, you know, the cage insanity hits. And the chainsaw fights are happening and all that stuff. I was on board one hundred percent. And I think it's because the table was set perfectly for me. I got the payoff was huge. I laughed a lot during the during the movie at inappropriate moments. And I thought Linus Roache was fantastic. As the as the Charles Manson type cult leader. And I thought all of his minions they look like they they've they were sent a bites. He's hanging out with. What's going on? And it's got a very distinct. Crazy look to it now. And I and if I'm not mistaken. His dad is George peco's mottos the director. It's actually hell Holbrook. No. But this is confirmed this is for real he is George Cosmas his son. And he's he's a completely different kind of filmmaker than his dad was. Yeah. He actually gets second unit on tombstone. So that'd be a wild coincidence. Okay. But anyway, so so I think this is I had not seen the other movie I liked, but I really loved what I saw here. And I thought it was hypnotic and weird and crazy, and it does have some vintage cage in it. And I think the whole thing pays off. So I'm I'm a really big fan of this movie. I would I would say I mean, it I think it's a movie like this. It kinda does matter. How you watch. When you watch it, and it is playing at the music box and just for fear for sheer visuals. I would recommend seeing it on the big screen instead of seeing it, you know, on demand what you can. But you know, maybe maybe that's the thing baby. You know, just watch it on the big screen at the theater and to be ready for it. I watched I watched it in my living room. So. Sleep in the theater, just legally I didn't get I didn't fall asleep. I watched it very late on Friday night. And I I was mesmerized by it. So I I thought it was great. So anyway, that's Mandy. All right. So let's see let's see Colin. Why don't you? Tell us about a simple favor. All right. Well, this is the latest from director Paul seg- director of bridesmaids and the the Ghostbusters of a couple of years ago. And it's about a single suburban mom of six year old the mamas, and the Kendrick, and she's the kind of woman who was constantly volunteering for stuff that our kids school and making the other parents, look bad just kind of an overachiever, and there is and anyway, her son has made friends with another kid and they wanna play date together. Well, that kids bomb is the exact opposite of Kendrick's character in every way, she's played by Blake lively, and she has a very dark sense of humor. She's pretty outspoken, and she'll always have the upper hand in every conversation and tells it like it is no matter how uncomfortable it is. She's that kind of person and while while the kids have their play date. These two moms ended up becoming friends over several dry martinis in the afternoons and wisely. Character is married to a once Janus writer played by Henry Golding. Also, crazy rotations right now and things get complicated when she asks Kendrick to watch your kid for a day while she leaves her business trips, then things get a little complicated and probably the less. I say the better. So this is you know, like, I said from Paul who has made good quite a name for himself as a male director who has made, you know, some of the funniest and most successful female based comedy. Colin hanging on. All right. We're going to break, and that's the summary of what the movie's about. And then we come back. We'll hear what Colin thought of simple favor. Eric thought of it what I thought of it. And then we will talk up Toronto film festival as well. So we'll take a quick break here on seven twenty WGN. And we'll be back after the news. The Chicago sports. Start here every weekday morning Steve Cochran show, seven twenty WGN. There are two kinds of people those who go home to change and those who role with the times Wrangler jeans for the second group, the trendsetters the Mavericks, the leaders of the pack those who were found by nothing from bull riders to Rockstars from work life tonight. Life you roll with the times? Yeah. So do we with new styles in Greek fits regular real comfortable sheets? When posting on most job sites..

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"linus roache" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"linus roache" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"He looked like the prestige it's not jack minutes small jack like that dude linus roache who played on law and order but was also mr wayne in that's fine that man movies that's fine that's fine what's what wayne thomas tommy tommy wayne batman husband to martha mother to me mother to martha know who's who's martha's who's martha's mother that's a twelve issue arc martha's mom dude in martha's mom turns out bone claws it was a crazy time for comics dude what do you think would have secretly had bone claws would you be surprised yes well you're about the height of rain is stretch jackman over there no you're perfect play what will was originally hit some weights get scared god is gonna eat garbage you pick some things up so he is the the the dad comes in is like hey victor get outta here like seems like a hired hand and then this other guy comes oh your dad's here victor tell your dad too drunk again they go downstairs they scuffle his dead shoots the other dad and wolverine little jimmy comes out bone claws kills victor's dad and his dying words that you were my actual son or whatever it's like wow that's a lot for three happening in three and a half screaming to the heavens shot we are yelling the heavens so much but that little kid trying to do it that's pretty choice also was these bone claws see it should be that's the first time that that happens.

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