17 Burst results for "Lori petty"

"lori petty" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"lori petty" Discussed on Movie Crush

"I mean, do they are kind of junkies. Like at that point. They could leave town they successfully robbed at the Bank. But they like go to fucking tante Keanu. You know, it's like, yeah. It's like, wow. These guys, you know, these guys are just, you know, living on the edge at all times. Yeah. That is a neat moment. The like who who's going to say, we know? I right. You know, someone's going to blink right? And that sequences good. The skydiving skydiving is awesome. It's a lot of fun. Yeah. I think squeezy did his own skydiving. He did. And he he got into it Intel when you're watching it. Yeah. You can see some of those dirty, dancing moods, train dancer. He does have like beautiful arches back in ways. Nice aerial move. Yeah. So yeah, he's so graceful he's yeah. He's a really really beautiful performer even win skydiving. Yeah. Definitely that like who packed. My chute moment. Cool is really a cool moment of tension. Totally. Yeah. And yeah, there's definitely a lot of skydiving in this movie. Yeah. But then they like ramp it up even further by forcing him to take part. I thought like thought this movie got really good in that third act. Yeah. Like, it was fun. But that third act was some legit poker. Playing in Oakland chess matching I think to like force him to go and rob the Bank. They have Lori petty with with the one metalhead who all he does is like spit and kick his name is rosy rosy. Yeah. But that was a good move. Like, all of a sudden can't it was part part of the gang. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely. Yeah. I've really liked that part of like you kind of see Kiana enjoying this stuff. You know, he had led this kind of button up life..

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"lori petty" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"lori petty" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Then I think so or close to it. Yeah. I think so for the buddy Holly movie, so yeah. But yeah, definitely like being this is a a kind of a harbinger of things to come for UC. Yes. Kind of kooky out there. Yeah. Madman role. But yeah, maybe this is the first time he could've played this way. Yeah. I like the first that scene where there's just so many ridiculous things in it. It's great like there in the office after that scene over Mulholland Drive, which is great. Oh, yeah. And cana- Reeves is like drinking a beer like, okay? These drinking a beer, then Gary Just. just. At whole bottle of Jack Daniels. It kind of comes from offscreen to know. Yeah. It's kind of like, they're working. Yeah. Drinking whisky out of the bottle shirt. It is. Yeah. It's hilarious. Yeah. Definitely like I feel like they definitely let him run wild in this. There's definitely lot of little. I think there's this point where he's like pointing a gun at this thug and he's like speak into the microphone squid for brain. Yeah. That could not have been in the scripts. Lori petty. Like, you mentioned the the clothes changing seeing lighter, man. I mean if you were a kid back then. Yeah. Like, Lori petty was super cool. Yeah. And like pretty but like not like this. She seems somewhat attainable. And the way she carried herself onscreen. Yeah. I mean, she was a pretty I mean, a pretty I mean, you know, I mean, I think looking back like, you know, all of these action movies had pretty pretty flimsy female characters. And I think that you know, in a lot of ways, she is, you know, she is kind of underwritten, and you know, kind of there as a. You know, it's kind of a plot convenience. She gets kidnapped has to get saved like, you know. But for the time, I do think she was a really like a pretty amazing female character that I think these types of movies did not have. I mean, she. Yeah. I mean, I do love I do love how much shit she gives Keanu when he wants her to teach him how to surf there's a scrape part where she kind of saves him. She pulls him out of the water when he's trying to surf on his own and as she's kind of running off. He's like my name is Johnny Utah and she'd use U offscreen dope. Who cares? And I think the movie was called Johnny Utah. I yeah, that's true. So I think they I think that was a joke on the fact that that was supposed to be the title of the movie, right? Could not give less of a fuck about him. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. She's she's great. And I love how she's you know. She's the most competent surfer, you know, in that scene where they're all playing touch football. She's the one who scores the touchdown, right? Yeah. They really like, you know, they really try to round her out in ways that maybe she would not have been if the movie was made by a man. Yeah. I think so. Yeah. Again, with that such I think she's still a little bit a little bit flimsy. And I think he would you would not make a movie with a underdeveloped female character. Like that now. But I mean, I think for the time she was nineteen Ninety-one nineteen Ninety-one. So yeah, obviously, like, you know, definitely like if you were you know, if you were if you were a little little punk kid. She was she was the she was the as as as babies you could get. Yeah. So Lori petty gave many special feelings. Sure. Yeah. Even as a sophomore in college. And then you know, then league their own. Yes. Another anyway. Yeah. She's I looked her up to actually she's she still around. Yeah. Still doing it out there grinding thing. I imagine. She still gets tired of being called Billie Jean on the streets. Now. Sure, I bet she got that a lot. Yeah. Who said actress Helen, something legibility Jean? I know you mean, I even thought it was Lori petty..

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"lori petty" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"lori petty" Discussed on Movie Crush

"What start sure you know, you'll start talking and fucking with each other and sleep over shit. So so, you know, it was a movie that I had seen. But like not like I had fond memories of obviously, everything stopped all the sleepover. Shits? Stopped. When yo Lori petty was towel changing by her car. Yeah. So, you know, there was there was kind of like parts that we love. But it was something that I had fun memories of but rarely sat down to watch the whole thing. Yeah. And of course, you knew the lines your FICO India's who are you going to jump or jerk off? I'm young dumb and full of cum, man. I mean, there's so many many lines in this. So yeah, it was kind of a movie that existed in little chunks and. Yeah. And then I remember like in college actually sitting down and like watching it in a dark room and paying attention going like, this is kind of a great movie. This is kind of a food. Boy, I might get some shit for this. This is a diehard caliber action movie that is cool and thoughtful and very funny. It is very funny. Like watching it. It's I mean, it's corny as hell. Yes. But like that's because that's the kind of movies that they were making then the DNA of Kathryn Bigelow 's career, right? Was all there. But they she just wasn't allowed to make movies. Like the hurt locker totally at that point. Yeah. It does feel like this movie is is a commentary, and maybe even a little bit of a satire on those kinds of movies. It's definitely a turned up to eleven version of those you know, van Damme. Steven Seagal, you know, Bruce, Willis Silvester Stallone movies. Yeah. And it does as chief. Yeah. Just totally making that up. I don't think. So. And I think that's that's a big question about breaking funny on purpose. Right. And it's a fun thing to puzzle out. Do Jamie winless think that? The crazy stuff. They know is crazy and they're doing it for fun. I mean, I I think that, you know, a great example of that is there's this awesome foot chase where. Chasing one of the best foot chasing. So yeah. Really well put together and sometimes, you know, go back and watch all these action movies. The action doesn't hold up because action has changed so much. Yeah. It's like, how do you watch?.

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"lori petty" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"lori petty" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"She would've been really rusty. You know, so I don't think she dropped the ball on Turkis. And so, you know, funny when I asked Lori petty about it. She was like I knew you're going to ask that everybody asks me that and she Lori petty. I think is protective of the kit. Character was like, no, I kicked her off shouldn't drop it on purpose. And then similarly the man whose mother, you know, the management reading the document original documentary, he almost gets like offended because, you know, his mother in some ways is the inspiration for the dotty character. And you know, he's like my mother would never betray her teammates. But obviously, it's less purposely. You know, kind of guess what happened? I don't know. I changed my mind all the time. I I used to just assume that she dropped it on purpose. And now, I having read some of the very, you know, the Steph epic forensic analyses of, you know, Dadis rest level, and you know, and kind of an and the and the difficulty of making play and holding onto the ball. I sometimes do you like to think that, you know, she she's just you know, karma's coming back to her. She she left the team in the middle of the playoffs. And that's what happens. Yeah. Is one way or another more satisfying in a narrative censor character. Since I I mean one way more resident emotionally satisfying. I think when you ask it that way. I I kinda think it more satisfying to me if she didn't mean to drop the ball because it you know, it kinda shows that kit that it on her own. And so I don't know. I mean what what's your what's your enough? I'm kind of with the two I think it might keep an almost if there was an element of intention to it. I mean, it would be touching. I guess the gesture that you do that for family member. But on the other hand, I'd rather think that she fully earned it. You know, I'm glad that she wants to help her sister. But like how can you do that to row and male, you know, and all your team? It's like there's a we've spent the whole movie loving this team. And then, you know, which by the way is something that I always liked about the movie is how they they don't win. And it does have I think that's the other thing that makes it kind of just different sports movie. It's not like the the perfect happy ending. It's you know, it's kind of a a real world ending or you know, they got on the bus afterwards and Racine belles are cited. And then they're all pretty well. I will link to your piece and britney's piece in in courage. Everyone to go read Kim. Retrospective. And everything she writes, I know that our boss Bill Simmons is really ramping up the rewatch Ables podcasts for next year. I think they're supposed to be a new episode every week. So just saying if he's looking for material, I think this has been a pilot episode for for rewatch -able of their own. I know well, it's funny. 'cause I tweet a lot of them. Are you know are from men who are like we need a league of their own watchable? Yeah. I agree. They'll if you're listening they can happen. All right. We'll thanks, Katie. This has been front. Thanks so much. Appreciate it. Okay. Let's take one more quick break. And then I will be back with a second ringer colleague Zach cram who's favorite baseball movie as it happened this league of their own. But we're not gonna talk about that. You're gonna talk about dodgers read straight, and the Mariners trade and trading prospects. Right. So we were about to put this podcast bed. Everything was sealed done to.

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"lori petty" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"lori petty" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Lori petty plays the young the younger session the big slot. This is my scene. There's a big lied at home play, correct? At the end of it in the middle of the season kit. The younger sister gets traded. They were on the same team in the beginning kit gets traded in Dadi whose Gena Davis character the best player in the league. Kit thinks he got her traded. And there's huge sibling rivalry between the two of them. The deciding championship game comes down to play at the plate. Dadi? Who's the best catcher in the league? Yup. Is at the plate throw home kit coming around third knocks over Dadi knocks over the catcher and Dottie. Who again is the best player in the league drops the ball kits safe kit. The younger sister wins the champion. Yes. Did Dadi drop the ball on purpose? Absolutely. Not Greg did kit or did. Daddy, dropped the ball on purpose. Absolutely. Yes. Really? Yes. I'm wondering I'm with Mason on this. I have a younger, brother. I do. Okay. So do I. Yeah. Brother if he came around third. Yup. And tried to knock me over. There is no way I'm giving him them anymore in my younger, brother, Brian, and I wouldn't ever wanna hold onto a ball. No more. We competed in everything to the death and bring the debt can I tell you. Why I have doubt about my own answer and lean toward you. Because this is why okay. At the end of the movie Mace. Do you remember they did this really cool thing where they started and ended the movie when the sisters were older? Yes. And they meet in Cooperstown. Okay. And Dadi who's now being played by an older actress goes to kits house. Yup. And sees her nephews there's an older one in a younger one. And she calls the older one over and says, hey chimera. I gotta tell you something she whispers to him let Bobby win every once in a while he smaller than yeah. Right. And then she called the Bobby over the the youngest one in his kick his ass. Yup. So that makes me think. Yeah. That she may be did drop the ball on purpose. Okay. So I I want you to look at this. This is that scene. Okay. Okay. Mesa. Playing this for me on a compu- for you on the computer. And this is that scene. Okay. So great. Well, I'm looking at this, Greg. Why is that why you think the yes, she dropped it on purpose? I'm the I'm the younger, brother. My brother would never would most likely. Never let me actually when why do you think what you think? But because it's it's about family at the same time. You can see that. He she worries more about the bond between her and Lori petty more than she does the bond with her and her teammates because there's I thought he dotty hold onto that ball for the rest of their lives. Lori petty hold onto the fact that she couldn't be could not beat her. She never ever could beat her she'd let her win this one time. And now they've a much better. Happy relationship down the line of it. So Poznansky headless ten reasons I'm not gonna read all let's tens of reasons why does favor movie of all time. And I had forgotten about three of these that I wanted to add since you were in the movie I wanted to ask you about the three hours. He says he says the number one thing he loved was the relationship between the sisters. You remember when where she said, you're at the? She goes he she does. I miss you kit. She goes you do here's. Yeah. How many sisters do you think? I have right. But but number two on this list trumped at me because I'd forgotten about it. Here's what he writes, the African American woman throwing the ball scene. Remember during the trial rolled over and a black woman picks up the ball. And they're venture. They have to get the ball back to the pitcher. Yep. She throws it over the catcher's head and throws a perfect strike to the pitcher and everyone's head whips around and looks at her, and that's the whole scene. Yeah. He said they got real preachy about it. But in that one fifteen seconds seen you saw that that part of the story here was they didn't let black women being the lead. They let him compete, and if they did they would have been like this one. Yeah..

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"lori petty" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on Unspooled

"I think I would like it from the way you're describing it I think. Yeah. I mean, I the first name is a pop to my mind, we talked a little bit about fast times ridgemont high before which I think is just such a great like wonderful coming of age movie. I think it's just so honest, and I think it's really beautiful, and I think it's like so mature already for its age. I think it's the best eighties teen movie out of all of them. I think it's better than John Hughes movies to be honest. I asked times is just really really really really terrific. And then I'm kind of curious this is what I've been kicked out of my head but a league of their own marshalls league of their own. I think that is one of the greatest sports movies ever made. Really? I just think it's so well done I think it's so smart. I think it also is such a good sense of place of of of World War. Two of the economy of like women being left alone of having. To kind of be the culture themselves. I think there's so much going on in that film that doesn't really get recognized Madonna's great in that movie, by their way. Yeah. Everybody's great. And I think the cast is terrific. I think Gina Davis is such an really awesome figure. I would love to see that movie. Just kind of at least in the conversation because I feel like we get you know, your sports movies are on the list. One is really special to me. It's fun because I haven't seen that movie in such a long time. And I think I would like to go back and watch. There's no reason why I haven't seen it. Maybe baseball's not my thing. But I remember it being great. That's great. That's a great win. This penny Marshall to who I think is someone who really was at the forefront of being this really amazing woman in film at a time when there were very few. It's true. I actually watched that movie on a baseball field a couple of summers really at the Gena Davis. Walmart film festival of feminism. And then they did like an exhibition league of their own softball game, and Lori petty was there it was like a whole deal. I was very excited. Oh, wow. Only ask you a question that if we go to this list, you think that someone like?.

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"lori petty" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hey, how you doing that? I got one for you penny Marshall legal world. Yeah. She's a penny. Marshall directed a lot of movies. And yeah. Yeah. Just a cash she had in the one weiner's. Yeah. She had a ton of people in that movie. That was that was and it was shot here shot here in Chicago. Yeah. Really? Yup. Yup. And. Crying and baseball. That's right. That's right. All right, Emma. Thanks, man. Right. What some of the other ones depending Marshall directed besides that I'm trying to I'm trying to think. Thinks she's five or six on that list though, right here. Oh, big. She directed big. She directed the preacher's wife and some of the other ones. But yeah, big was big big fat. Forgot you directed. Big. Yes. So that's Laverne became a filmmaker. People really love a league of their own. I'm not one of them. I just haven't seen it since it came out. And I just disliked it. I maybe I'd feel I'd feel better about it. Maybe I'd feel different now because I've only seen it the one time when it came out. And I was like I remember thinking that. It was kind of miscast. I thought the screenplay was week. I just remember the the only thing I remember about it was. I mean, he did it does have both Lori petty and Madonna in it. So right there. That's like, you know. That's like a big plus for me because I love Lori petty, and I love Madonna Lori petty, by the way in point break. And I just remember the only thing that I remember from that movie. I mean, obviously besides there's no crying in baseball. And some of the other things that have become reasonably iconic that came out of that. I just remember Tom Hanks peeing that's the that's the only thing that fantastic. That's the only thing. I remember from that movie. And it's like he takes a very long whiz in that movie. And that was the that says something about my sensibility. The only thing that I took from that movie, which was a movie about female, empowerment and all that stuff. I mean, it does go on for two and a half minutes. Because we watch that movie castle growing up. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, they they made a point of making it long. So, but you so you enjoy that movie. Then we're big fans. I think you know, to your point the I was the right age, my brother, and I were playing baseball at that. Sure. I was the older brother. He was the younger, brother. We had kind of similar personalities the Gena Davis, Lori petty. He was the more like let's go, and I was more like, hey, slow down. Yeah. So I think we connected on that level when we were playing baseball every day. And so sure that makes Wrigley field and stuff. So I mean, you know, I it reminds me a lot of remember the titans where it's like, I know it's cliche. And I know there are plot holes. And I know there's a bunch of stuff wrong. But I just love it so much. Yeah. Digest those are I have blinders on, you know. Sure. Yeah. No. No, no. I understand that. I totally understand that. I mean, I I have we all have movies like that. Right. Where it's like, I don't care. What people? I don't care. I know it's dumb. I know. It's not great. But I saw it at the right time, right? You know? I mean, I was I was I was that way last week when I screamed fantastic. It was like look there's some really really illogical things in this movie that make absolutely no sense. And I acknowledged all of them. And I said, and you know, what I don't care. I don't care because they're your first timers to sell phantasm. And I had to like, and I'm like, you know, there are parts in the movie that are that are pretty ridiculous. And and and so I was like I don't care. You know, what the movies the movies, a fever dream, all the logic makes sense to me? And I don't care. I was thirteen when I saw it changed my life. So shut up. All right. Let's break. We got the news coming up next. And I want to hear from you guys Drake movies directed by women. Great female directors three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred..

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"lori petty" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Nice now who is on Gena Davis. Aside in that movie. Who's Lori petty side because Lori petty is treated like shit by Davis at whole goddamn moving Davis. Shit does not stink. Alone on an island. We hate Gena Davis. I think she thinks she's so smart. Archery what. I saw cutthroat island. I was there. Yeah. I'm not forgetting that. I watched all of Madam President or whatever. The thing was what she was the President Madam President, right? She's the president that's different than Madam secretary of something, something. There was a show briefly, Gena Davis was the president. He knew she was the president because every episode she would go and may I remind you. I am the president of the United States of what America. All right. So she gets, she's now in water and power is control and Malcolm McDowell, you killed so many of my men. I'm going to keep you. Would you like to jog. This is just a very long job interview that he all All this this. torture through the whole and everything like that. Yeah, it was just like, hey, do you want to work for me? No, of course, these this shitty boss, she knows that she heard about the glass walk also glass by the way. We didn't mention it, but he totally just kills that guy. Turns them into the little water bottle. You could use some real goop kind of Cooper. Like Nickelodeon Gak Gwyneth Paltrow websites. Oh my God. If McDowell slimy at the end of this movie. No doubt. I can't say that on. What would I do them as? Are you asking me what I would do. Oh, there's all this garbage in this big nose. Cats believe picking through this? No. Our Juneau. He was quoted, holy tits, forgot about this. He was quoted. They were like, hey, Malcolm McDowell. What did you think that we're gonna tank girl and he was like, you know, the thing about Tanka was reminded me a lot of clockwork. Attitude. Shit. Shit reminded me of clockwork on because I was paid for that movie as well. Indeed I pay. I was paying for both bills and indeed their cameras with. So many similarities I talked to and I got lunch. What else is there. And then so didn't I say she was named of this movie? This is awesome. It's the, it's the best thing on the driven for this movie Naomi watts. Ashamed of this movie. There's no interviews. No quotes anything. They just know it or did she added herself. Late one night set of whatever twenty one grams. No fucking tanker. I am a shame. Her name was buddy games remake rules are actually pretty good. Eighteen of twenty people found is trivia bid helpful? Who are the do people that were like, well, that's not. I know wants me to Mark helpful, but I'm not going to do it. I would just love if she did that for all movies, like Mulholland Drive very proud. She wished it worked out to be that TV show that ABC rejected, but this'll do. So, yeah, tankers like working for Malcolm McDowell. She's like doing a bunch of mechanical worker. Something we get a weird. It's like the most on sexual showers seem that is tried to play like a sexual shower scene because you can't use water to bays, but you can put Hortas head to it. Now it's sexy, that'll make anything sexy, well, this women's being covered in the delousing agent. How do we sex it up a bit? I don't Portas. But they're feeling it's like slow motion. She posed this handle all this powders falling all over powdered sugar. Welcome back to unwrapped with Marc summers. Mark, that is too much powdered sugar. Out for the best sugared Lori Petty's in the whole area. You gotta go to Milwaukee. I mean, how many donuts you You make make it. it. Oh, man. So she's like sort of meets Naomi watts at this point is jet girl. So there's tank girl, and there's jet girl jet girls like this mechanic on jets what a clever name with this person. And there's like Malcolm McDowell. Number two is this guy that's trying to like, of course, wants to have sex with them, and that's not nice, and it's not really an issue. No, I do city and Lori petty. Like put the a crank is plans making out now. Me Watson guys, like what is great. It's a classic nineteen ninety five shit head movie move where he goes..

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"lori petty" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"You know what I mean? And there's beer everywhere somehow. That's what I don't get massive water problem. This is everywhere. Everybody has peers and this when this comet hit, the only thing that's apparently was the Spencer gifts where. Because there's all this book and stick in bullshit and like bullseye t shirts. And I think you mean fun props. Okay, fine. But stick. You mean fun breath? Yeah, they're everywhere. This is a weird sort of hodgepodge movie. There's no look to it. It's like we're desperately trying to make it look like the post apocalypse and doing a terrible job all around. It's like playhouse post-apocalyptic. You know what I mean? Like Sherrie is there. She got an eye patch for some reason. Wow, that'd be amazed. Jumba got wiped out by the comedy. Absolutely. Just Laurence Fishburne and he's like today? Yeah, totally look a mailman uniform of this tight shorts. And he's moving around just as grabbing the postman both Laurence Fishburne better moving. Yes, yes, probably shorter to Larry Fishburne demands a tight cut. So we're told through tank girl Narran that doesn't last too long, but there's things like they're not bothered with celebrities anymore. He's like, don't worry about it. Celebrities are dead. Great, that's fantastic. Wait for that twenty thirty three fingers crossed. We just totally other day that Nineteen-year-old Jenner girls like a billionaire del Speight billionaire. Yeah, congratulations. Her picked her out by her parents bootstraps. You could do that, right? Yeah, but we've thing is. So I think that the night before the edit was doing this movie, Rachel tally, bring me a movie and some hapless intern through have been the toilet by accident. Still good. It's. What if I together with cartoons. And this is the crucial mistake. This movie. There's all these like interstitial things with this cool like heavy metal, ask animation writer, and you're sitting there like wide. Isn't that just the thing? Why isn't that animated? It should be entirely animated because like I love Lori petty, right? But this cartoon character that she's playing is like Bugs Bunny. It serves better animated because she's like bouts all over the wall, and it's obnoxious to to human being in the flesh actually do this. There's one movie were Naomi watts is going to the bathroom and she rides under his stall. Like, how's it going..

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"lori petty" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"And I would just like to bring up the fact that there was a female hacker and that is I don't even think she was hacking. I think she was just looking up information on their database that they had easy access to well as a hacker. I can say that googling is actually hacking. So giving your data to Google is hacking and giving your data to Zuckerberg and Basil's is hacking. So I'm a hacker just by having a Facebook profile, do you have a computer? Yes. Then you're a hack. Okay. I mean, they're so and then of course, feminist icon woman who sells Meatball sandwiches. So so I'll give it one nipple and I'm going to give the nipple to the Meatball sandwich. Great. Yeah, Anita. Can we give minus nipples? I guess that would be absence of women. You can do whatever you there were. There were women their their bodies were in this movie. I will do one, maybe three quarters of info. I literally when you said half nipple grabbed my trust because I felt the pain and, oh. Just putting that out there. Okay. I'll round up to one nipple just because I really like Lori petty. You know, like I remember, you know, like tank girl and stuff lake. So I just have fond memories of her and I think she tries to push back even though she can't really because she's a fictional character and they wrote a shitty role for her, but I appreciate the the attempts and I appreciate her being good at surfing. You don't guess when did you see women who are good at surfing, but I also agree who else you? All said that this is super objectify and male gaze and the absence women in general in any important role. So you know, you don't watch point break for the women. Yeah, you watch it. In the hockey. The hacking scenes where there's hacking. Well, thank you so much for for coming onto. This is one of my favorite movies I've ever seen them my life. Glad I could buy that for you. I didn't realize that was true until it's coming out of my mouth. Except you watched it in three parts, but it would take me three days to watch it literally anytime. That said it is one of my favorite movies of all time. Oh, Alfred Molina. No, Alfred Molina could have been any of the surfers Bodey. Yeah. Give me a topless Wayne in films also where's the chest hair in the move in the everyone is a very smooth moving, say a very smooth movie, not a criticism, chestnut survey. Think Alvin Molina could have really brought some representation of hairy chest hair. Thank you so much for being here where people follow you online. Is there anything you would like to plug? Yeah, I am at Twitter at Twitter. Please tweet at Twitter if you'd like to get a hold of me. I'm on Twitter at desert keys, Ian, you can find out more about them and it's frequency and our podcast about pop culture and feminism at feminist frequency dot com. And I have a book coming out. It's called history versus women, the defiant lives that they don't want you to know comes out October second, and it's about women who have been a history and we wrote them back in. That's amazing. Congratulations. Thank you. Great. You can follow the Bechtel cast on all the social media platforms, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, which means we are also hackers because we have those accounts. So, I mean, I don't think I'm one of the world's most famous hackers. Well, I'm saying like the Bechtel cast the end of the month is using using conglomerate. We also are. Right. Culture, how Gus by following us on Twitter at Bechtel cast. You can also. You know. So hack us by subscribing to our matron.

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"lori petty" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"In the movie, which is again hardly any of them, the total lack of women of color. Just every thing about it is not handled well. So her treatment in the movie is like very, very stereotypical like action movies, and it does feel weird that coming from a movie directed by a woman. It's a bizarre paradox. Yeah, she's basically mistreated or characters mishandled in every regard throughout the whole movie, and it gets one half nipple from me, and I will give that half nipple to. Okay. Okay. Just right back to Lori petty. Good for her. Yeah, I'm going to get the the movie one nipple even for the reasons you stated. I also think that this is an example of, you know, the fact that just because a woman is in a key creative role in a movie does not mean that it's a feminist text and that that is just a thing that exists in the world. Not all women are feminists and not all media created by women are pro woman just on the merit that it was created by a woman which is unfortunate, but true. I also kit could understand. I'd be interested in hearing Kathryn Bigelow speak on this now. But you know, I mean, there's a number of reasons. I guess why her movies were not treating women, especially well at this particular point in history with the job of been taken from her if she'd brought stuff up with it, you know, I might be interested in hearing more about what she thought. But yeah, I mean, I think you covered it pretty succinctly Caitlyn and..

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"lori petty" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"No. Well, I have so much respect for you. Wanna go back, really? Here's he's grasping at straws. I mean, I didn't. I didn't notice you did something to make me not. No. I can still feel the sweat on my body from that day. That was a stressful day. Okay. So anyway, so Johnny, Utah. He's going undercover as a surfer and he's really bad at it. So he gets this woman Tyler to start teaching him and then Lori petty, what's up having any rules. She's not like the other girl right. She's a cool check. She's cool. She didn't. She. She's a guys go. She can be like, oh masculinity, but like still be down. But like I'm cool. I'm still best friends with all these Bank rubbers. Because okay, so she's friends with dislike group of people? Bodey is they're, they're like alpha male played by Patrick Swayze boaty. What did they call him? Voter Riffa potent Bota SAFA. Did he get that name? He's this actually reminds me of one of my dear friends. Father is in southern California surfer colts called the barbecue surfers and I was like getting major BBQ, surfer, vibes, rum. And I would say honestly that the BBQ surfers were more efficient cult than the one point break because they also are not very efficient at all. So Johnny Utah starts hanging out with like Bodey and his pals he tells everyone his real name and they recognize him as a college football players like, yeah, bro. Come hang out with those. Like you're so cool bro. Meanwhile, they're still trying to figure out who the ex presidents are and Janis like, oh, it's these like bad dudes. There's like this group of four guys war child and bunker and like some other dudes, and they raid their house, but what's up most, the red hot chili peppers. Yeah, he's listening is what hot chili peppers. My favorite part of this whole movie is when he shoots himself in the foot. He's the guy with the crazy hair with it's like braids down the side and then like along pony on top of citing information setting. Wow. Okay. So that doesn't work out. And then Johnny. He's hanging out with boating and pals some more and he's like bodies boys, one about boys, and he's like, oh my God. Bodey in the boys are the ex presidents. And then also, meanwhile, Johnny and Tyler are getting a little closer. They have some sex on the beach and, oh my God, that scene where their first kissing is so funny because they're both like you can tell just the actors like Lori petty and Keanu Reeves as individuals are struggling to stay on their board like there bobbing up and down and like trying to deliver lines to each other. And then he like he touches her leg, but I feel like he's also trying to steady himself. Right? And then she kisses him, but they're both still bobbing and it was like, this is not a hot kiss, even remotely everyone who so cold and nervous. And you see her lip chattering I know that they acknowledged that it's cold, but y'all, if you don't live in southern California, I don't know if you understand how fucking. Cold. The ocean is all the time, especially at night. One of my least favorite movie kisses of all time. It was. I mean, like. It was a consenting kiss right? Surprise kiss, but it was the head. It was bad because he touches her leg and he's like, goosebumps is if like that is like sweep pickup line. And then they kiss it's very romantic. I don't know what you're talking about for hot. So also who the fuck as an adult doesn't know that you don't fuck on the beach. Lay just you don't. You've done it once as a teenager and then you never do it again because it's the most awful thing I've never worked on the beach. Will you go do it and then you will learn why you never fuck on the beach. Okay. Yeah, it's the Messier it's the worst. You stand everywhere forever. We're gonna end up the barbecue surfers. So Janis like God, my body boys are the Bank robbers. They catch them mid robbery, so he blows his cover. And then he's like, ONA, what do I do? And they capture Tyler because they're like, we gotta use her as leverage to like get him to stop chasing them. And then they like Johnny come with us to go skydiving..

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"lori petty" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"This is a head gum podcast whm to a reminder everybody this july the thirteenth which is a friday night we're in chicago at city winery we're talking about jason x then the next day very hung over we're going to hop north to the city of milwaukee making our milwaukee debut now i'm going to have a vitamin water and a bacon egg and cheese and i'm going to be just all right do they have then chicago i think they might i think you can find a place in chicago where salted meat and cheese yeah it'll be bacon bacon bacon bacon egg and cheese that's right and in milwaukee we are going to be talking about tank girl it stars lori petty and i st the kangaroo i've not seen this end end yet we'll see how that goes now my big question about this film does ice tea and you know this is a preview of what's in store few tickets on july fourteen they'll sneak peak or twentyeight teen by the way now does he have a pouch does that kangaroo man have a pouch in question you have to put like a lot of guns in it like an old nineties comic book dripping with gook when he pulls them out look at my purple jelly gun just a little taste of how we're going to be talking about tanker in milwaukee pro tip goto both shows that's right that's the pro move that's the fan move you know you talking about being a fan i mean they're practically the same city well no they're close to each other they're close to each other right and then by the way in august august the eighteenth and saturday night we have just announced this show steve's eight act taking away remember the information we're going to be at the creative alliance on august eighteenth that eight pm doing the movie just now but the creative lines also space look our tickets on the website there the your website h m podcast dot com site.

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"lori petty" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I guess that's the rule right i'm saying if i can pull up the original criteria because it's a glaring omission if that's not the rule if the movie has to take place in illinois then because groundhog as not take place in illinois but woodstock is like i mean it's a it's a it's a tourist destination because of that so i don't know so i think it's you know either filmed in went away set in illinois but photographed anywhere else show include some shot outside of chicago but sell elsewhere as well well the blues brothers came in i and i want to hear from you guys illinois movies what are the best what are the ones that you love blues brothers came in at number one number two ferris buehler's day off which is a movie that i hate but is i'm not surprised it's on the list number three is a league of their own another movie i hate the only thing i remember about that movie i remember not liking it at all i remember of course but down isn't it and that makes me happy and lori petty's in it and that makes me happy the only thing that i vividly remember is that tom hey tom hanks at one point takes a really long p that's the only thing that i remember from a league of their own because it's movie i don't like at all but i just the one thing that saves with me was the scene where tom hanks takes a very long i thought it was really poorly written gena davis character was terribly underwritten and not very well performed i didn't really care i think there was a much better story to be told and they didn't tell it i think because it's.

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"lori petty" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on The Canon

"I mean he doesn't fit any of those physical characteristics but like a channing tatum someone who is you know i mean he's not realistically buff he's disturbingly buff but i mean he's this beautiful man who dances who does comedy who can be the tough guy i guess there's a swayze nece to him but he's not an every man there's nothing every manage about him not to be a real astle about it but he's not as good looking as patrick swayze like i feel like there's this divide or men thank channing tatum is more attractive than women think tonny tatum is attractive possible that he's like the the male idea of what an attractive man must look like roy okay projecting a little bit you know it's like okay probably that i'd guess yes so and that could be off i mean i'm sure there's like who think that he's their physical ideal but for me i've never quite gotten it anyways so he's no swayze so do you have a final pitch you wanna give point break i would just say that i think you have to love point break it's a deliriously entertaining hysterical weirdly iconic film but i also think that it's an important film and the way nineties action would be depicted in the way we would rewrite who were the acceptable leading men and leading women as well and then love interest i mean there's a you know you look from lori petty too why known a writer in reality bites have very similar aesthetic going on and i just think that if you can look past the idea that movie has to be serious to be great i think this is a much greater film than any of kathryn bigelow more serious movies and i think it's actually deeply important film.

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"lori petty" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on The Canon

"I don't know but it made me think of like i got when i was preparing for this episode i was thinking what happened lori petty ito because i actually saw her briefly this summer did like thing right went to walmart and they had a league of their own exhibition game lori petty was there i was so happy to see her arkansas yeah yeah this was in bentonville arkansas and i didn't realize this because i think it was that aware of at the time that lori petty directed her first film like in early to mid two thousand two thousand eight think called poker house and she cast to really young actresses in poker house she cast khloe grace nuts in jennifer lawrence way early like she'd knew who they were she got them and it made it reminded me a lot of kathryn bigelow here these two female directors having distant i for people who i mean just to nail jennifer lawrence early is like a standing but also clery gray smarts to get them both to really see who's going to be the future i mean their babies in this movie it's i don't know it's interesting yeah man yeah wow voted was here he goes of course good but but just talk about real quick i mean is there is there more underrated not just actor but figure in hollywood from this era than patrick swayze i mean the man could rip people's throats out in roadhouse and by the way did you notice there's a little cute little callback roadhouse in point break.

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"lori petty" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lori petty" Discussed on The Canon

"Gromit you've got angelo papas gary does not look greek but okay no these are wonderful i mean this this is like epa moss to me and ganga's cohen janis does a fabulous man it is weird that when they made i didn't realize of course the new point break but i did read about it when it came out i think they changed the girl's name from tyler to like some sorrow or something everybody got the same name but they made her have a fancy name they kept gromit in they changed tyler when it's like that's the gender neutral sexual name that's perfect for it but then i think they also cast like that really beautiful blonde actress i like his name i'm forgetting who's not gender neutral person i mean we could talk a little bit about lori petty in this movie because i mean so apparently the the original version of the script the script was written initially for ridley scott i think five or four years for ended up getting made and then kathryn bigelow end james cameron came in and rewrote sections of it and i think the most substantial rewrite they did was to lori petty's characters initially just sort of a you know a surf bunny kind of character and they turned her into this tough chick surfer who teaches kiana everything he knows kind of bus his balls for the first half of the movie and i think that's an interesting i mean i think that works really well i think that's a choice that has kathryn bigelow all over it but also is not dissimilar to the way james cameron in the movie that came out that same month has linda hamilton behave so i i wonder how much interaction between them influenced those two characters it's true and i've.

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