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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:44 min | 2 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"From his mouth Brian Kilmeade it is a sad day when we need curfews in our cities America's major cities are filled with people demanding this country become more fair more just and ironically more United not too many see the protests as the problem for me the problem is what forced your fellow citizens to take to the streets persistent and poisonous inequities and injustice and please show me where it says the protests are supposed to be polite and peaceful because I can show you that outraged citizens are the ones who have made America what she is and lead to any major milestones be honest this is not a tranquil time yeah what does that mean Chris Cuomo seem more ridiculous things what is he talking about the approach is to have to be civil you will hold a sign you you'd yell I'd rather you not scream in a law enforcement official space or threatening National Guard members that get your point across is wrecking offense and taking a bike rack in using as a weapon is that getting a point across is destroying Saks Fifth Avenue and gutting Nike does that help get your point across me what why what do you mean of course of course it has to be civil you could yell I mean a protest by phone was a given that there's an advantage to being civil joining us now is to worry Murdoch us in accomplishing this review and fox news contributor to a welcome back Brian good to talk to you is responsible comment who says protests have to be have to be calm and tranquil it's it's both reckless and I think you said you know what who says that our words written or something like this will actually occur in the first amendment now we have a right to peaceably to assemble as guaranteed by the constitution itself doesn't say we have a right violently to assemble or we write code destroy other people's property you're settling on fire invaded and incinerate police precincts destroyed black owned businesses well supposedly speaking out against injustice against black people actually struck me is kind of ironic and and destructively self they've been open to other people on the left to apologize for these riots and looting try to explain away or some cases and Kurds have been empower them and that's been what most shocking aspects of the last couple weeks that we through which we've all suffered this so are you somebody thinks America should get come to grips with our racing American twenty twenty and uses as an opportunity to do it well look I think that we obviously were faced with an almost Olympic class service with zoning class example of police brutality with the poor Mister Floyd having officers prevents need his neck for eight minutes forty six seconds but some of his more protected now this opportunity for white people across America took to a group inside it to grow but within defined their own inner Klansmen or something like this I've got white friends are saying on the news it's a chance to look at to try to figure out how racist I am you've got people actually getting on their knees in her black folks apologizing for being white of the resistance well I forget exactly where this was a couple days ago but white people washing the feet of black people in a very odd ritual this is all very strange I don't know how we've we've left from this awful example excessive policing to everybody white people's soliciting the races many to expiate the races demons up you know the the agreed Jason and atrocious actions of one man now because of every white person America to think well Gee I really am a racist I need apologize for is this the same racist country elected Obama president in two thousand eight and re elected him in twenty twelve very comfortably and this is a place where Brian what a friend we sponsor Lester Logan on A. B. C. he's the anchor of the NBC nightly news has been and he's a black man with custom home instrument what a sensory questo you're looking at so I got the wrong answer let's roll of not washing away you've got blacks reasons were successful in business entertainment is not up in politics in athletics in their honor dear revered people love them they watch them they tend their games the performances by their products by their books by the music at cetera and yet somehow we're deeply bigoted systemic racism at its day of six sixteen nineteen projects it's like slavery never really ended Jim crow is ready to spring back to life in the moment this is absurd ridiculous yes the racist out there in the country three hundred thirty million people if we were ninety nine point nine percent not racist that still would leave about three hundred thirty million for surgery thirty thousand races out there so we're never gonna get rid of them completely but the idea that this is a deeply racist country from coast to coast I think it's a complete barbarous all factions and I I see way too many white folks I know basically blaming themselves were pretty awful thing to happen to George Floyd I think that needs to stop that's very unhealthy and the ticket surcharge it creates unnecessary psychological trauma that you should be especially will try to get our country back together after after the update and we also know code nineteen right but I mean when we talk about opportunities a perception I think fifty percent of the country black and white thinks it's harder for African Americans to get ahead five years ago that number was thirty nine percent of Americans thought it was harder for African Americans to get ahead to going in the wrong direction and Bernie Kerik brought this up of what he observed as a police commissioner cut seventeen there's one systematic issue in this country the nobody's focused on and that's the slaughter of black men and women in communities of color the Chicago beat St Louis Brooklyn Baltimore numbers that are in inconceivable and nobody's paying any attention to it you want to talk about systematic those things are systematic Turkey is absolutely right you agree I totally agree look last year I met yes the average American how many unarmed black people were killed by the cops which I don't three hundred a thousand two thousand actually pretend nine black men and one black woman were killed unarmed people killed by the cops on our big food people driving their cars towards the cops in a very aggressive manner and other things like the Saudis were necessarily people just coming home from sprinter to church but the number of blacks who kill other blacks or blacks killed by blacks I believe in the role of seven thousand seventy five hundred so for every unarmed black person killed by the police seven hundred and fifty seven hundred fifty black people killed by other black folks that doesn't mean that we shouldn't focus on better policing encouraging good cops are punishing cops to act like criminals but we need to do something about these seven or fifty other people per black on our personal being killed by the black box nobody wants to talk about that if you bring it up becuz of racism that still seven or fifty black lives matter they were snuffed out by black people that need to be that needs to end do I might not say so much great insight ari Fleischer next and see it in the morning true facts weekdays six to seventy seven W. 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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

10:39 min | 3 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

11:19 min | 8 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Something you've loved and lost and I think that's why it felt so powerful to me doesn't have to be a home. It could be a loved one. It could be a job. It could be a pet hat. It's just something that you love so much love to reclaim. Now it's he's telling the the mortgage brokers listen. I don't care what are you going to give me. You can charge whatever you want like I just I love this whole more than anything else else in life and actually maybe think of rushmore fact. Jason Schwartzman never wants to leave. The secret happens is like there's nothing in my life. I love more than Russia. WanNa leave this place. And that's what's heartbreaking in many ways about Jimmy fails character block in San Francisco. There's nothing more. They love that house even at a greater theme if you take it face value. I think there's something to be super architecture now. I live beautiful beautiful sprawling home in hocus and I don't never leave this house either. I'll make the risk to be separate. When you have a home? You have memories of what all that entails to you. Last Blackman in San Francisco you can tell by rhapsodised thing is a film that really had a strong impact on me number three thousand nine hundred seventeen an absolute tour-de-force from San Mendis. Everyone knows how much I love score says and I hope he wins best director for the Irish mode. I have no issue of San Mendis wins because honestly what he pulls off here is amazing to quote the report and exemplary Panorama of the horrors of wars designed. There's an inescapable immersion in the unrelieved pressure and shear wretchedness of the battlefront notable technically for the real time fluidity of its presentation of ongoing events across nearly two Hours nine hundred. Seventeen is a protein display of virtuoso filmmaking. One that film states wall women even Nary audiences will notice and appreciate as I said before Roger Dickinson Summertime said that look hard to do good because it was. They had three months to put the soldiers through boot camp. Then they had three months just to block walk. The movie think about the stage play which is no surprise. Mendis is very accomplished a theater director. But it's like a stage play. You take three steps here. Three steps right and this bombs bombs go off and one of the issues that they had just run this article actually to sunny in England it was to sunny so he goes up. Had to wait for the clouds. I was not gonNa like this with the sun on there. That's not the movies about you. Think a world war one two trenches. You're thinking mud You're thinking sprawling spaces and the fact that Cameron ever leaves. It is more than just a gimmick. That's the biggest thing I want to impart. This is not just always kind of like Birdman right. The camera never cuts through this are seven and eight minute takes elaborate takes sewn together with these invisible cuts would. You can't tell trust me watching. I had no idea where the cut was. It looks like it's one long shot and the cameras a character. It falls a characters very slowly tracking as long as we're going through the trenches then it speeds up this one great mad dash to the battlefield. It's one of my favorite sequences of the year. It's just extraordinarily watching you just in Valpo the beauty of it and so is the cameras stay still just stays in the character's faces and particularly actor George Mackay Guy. He's terrific. I hope really create him. I thought he was really good at Scofield. He and Blake Blake Dean. Charles Chapman particularly McKay. The camera just sits on the space and he realizes simplistic story here. You're going to contain orders not to proceed with a planned advance in the front because of intelligence confirming the advanced in the front because if an enemy trap that's a story and that's why it's set in two hours you're going to go over there in this. Booby traps endangers. Along the way. But honestly it's a movie if you're a movie love if you're sinophile. It's a concise focus story but is incredible on a technical level. What they did now director? Sam Mundy's but Roger Deakins. He's only won one academy award which is insane. He's going to get nominated for the fifteenth time for this movie and I hope he wins because this is no small feat what he pulls off with nineteen eighteen seventeen a truly ambitious world war. One film a Harrowing Odyssey of two British soldiers speaking of Harrowing Number Two movie of the year. That's right parasite site from Bonn Juninho. The less you know the better it is even Bongino if you ask them at the movies why don't want to tell you about it and honestly I haven't told you about either. Just go see it. I can't tell you enough. It's a clash astros. All I will tell you. It is a poor family who infiltrates a rich family. And the very slowly very deliberately each person the family gets job and away we go. Oh but you will not see the twist coming and once you see an old character pop up and saying I get someone from the basement. The movie is absolutely bonkers. It makes you delirious Laureus with Glee at just what is capable here when it comes to great filmmaking and what a truly inspired filmmaker can do and that's exactly what Bongino does upends expectations expectations at every single turn. There's only nine hundred and sixty cuts in the film compared to about fifteen hundred for typical Korean action movie mostly because bond prefers to edit within the camera his the pinch for painting and again. I'm in I'm in the bag here prescription but at Bongino wins best director. No issues from me. Because I don't know if it's a satirical comedy about class structure or it's a horror movie arte thriller but Bong himself calls the film a comedy without clowns a tragedy without villains but fortune clearly favors the the job. Just families trying to be opportunistic and take care of these snobbish aspirations but the plan never run smoothly and it is callous when you see the way that people are treated created in South Korea. At this time it's a bloody struggle for survival and it really is remarkable movie number. One of course is the Irishman. I saw it three times in movie theaters. It is a landmark film from Martin. Scorsese his latest masterpiece. It is elegiac and mournful about a bunch of aging gangsters looking back at their lives it is impeccably acted by everyone. Deniro's ignored so far with the gloves and the sags please January thirteenth do the right thing academy vote him for best actor ahead of Christian Bale for four versus Ferrari. That's the right choice just because it's an interior performance and it's quiet does not mean it's great and I think in many ways Pacino and Pacione the film in the final thirty minutes Deniro Film. He's one of the great actors of all time. For God's Sakes please nominate them for best actress nominee for Best Actress Cape Fear which came on nine hundred ninety one. It was non supporting actor for civilized. Playbook play-by-play deserves it with the Irishman Nali performance which is so interior but also the fact. He's brought the project together originally memorial connecting for a while. There are going to do this movie Based on a Don winslow novel Frankie Machine but eventually read the book which aircraft gave him are paint houses. That made the movie. He's Lord. Joe Patchy retirement. Who's amazing the movie? It's the most subtle work of his career. He so restrained. So Atypical. What you see a passionate score says he filmed rather than being a tommy guns Blazin and here he is is very quad? Quiet Don too smart and measured and of course there's Mammalian Al Pacino. He's my favorite actor of all time. He completely invigorates the movie. Anybody says says he's over the top doesn't know what they're talking about. Because off himself was over the top he himself was a blustery character. A rabble rouser Pacino can do that in his sleep. He can really galvanize the audience just as he does. All those union organizers Pacino can do antibody is show the points within the character and I thought about Donnie BRASCO. The scene were Donny's taking his jewelry off and and that whole scene is about is moving. Pacino's ever done when it comes to something about dialogue. The scenery gets in the car with the near on the way. Hugs him in De Niro holds the hug. Just beat long. Yeah I mean it just it brings a tear I at just how beautiful both those two actors applying it. These are the lion in winter. I remember Pacino Score. Says he deniro patchy and Mardi. Reuniting it's it's a special movie ignore those morons out there saying it's too long it's not too long it's perfect. It's three hours in two thousand five minutes of Goodness Watch. The film hopes on theaters eaters. Watch it over and over again. And it's a lot funnier than you realize. Steve's Jalen wrote the script course won an Oscar Schindler's List wrote searching Fisher and wrote gaze of New York which I love and he puts a lot of human the movie it is observant. It's smart about human nature and it really is A moving meditation about old age and looking back at life with regrets and it deals a timeless themes like loyalty and betrayal. I do not think it is terrain that they've covered before I think in this case clearly Marty and Bobbin Joseph or if we're going to do this we do this differently and the fact that feels differently than Goodfellas and casino. If you're saying well it's not good public casino not supposed to be that's on you. That's your fault you should realize this is a difference mood there are not going to be repetitive. And as you get credit for the fact that they're dealing with these familiar tropes and the fact. These guys made the best organized films the last decades but they're doing in a different manner. It's a big bold beautiful film and it's a masterpiece and it's my best picture. The year at the Irishman Welfare of two thousand nineteen to recap the animal mentions abominable the the Mustang Book Smart honey boy and once upon a time in Hollywood number ten. Mike Wallace's here number nine the two popes number eight Joe Rabbit number seven blinded by the light number sixth marriage story number five minutes. Our number four his last block men in San Francisco number three thousand nine hundred number two is June host parasite and the best film of the year. And I hope it wins. Best Picture Martin. Sources the our Smith. Joe The floor is yours. Oh boy there. There's so many good movies this year. I just WANNA give one honorable herbal mentioned before I do my list. And that was this ROM com. That came out on Netflix. This year that I think surprised a lot of people. Everyone know who saw it. But that's always be my maybe It was yeah it was written by Randall. Park Alley Long. I love both of them. Particularly Alleys Wong and it was just a feel-good Rom com totally came out of left field. So Oh At recommend that anyone I think a chance to see it but in a notch con is the system agent Nick on with C. A.. And I obviously like off the fresh off the ball. I watched the first I season or so of that show and I like Park Trillo really funny love Mariah Carey and cavs apparently steals. The movie. Playing I guess not a bad guy but The lover of her. And you know all the stuff in there you can speak to better than I can but Kenna playing a bag of its Dilbert charming understanding. Oh Yeah it is the cameo of the year probably probably the decade. I can't even. I'm not even exaggerating. When I say that you have to watch just for a counter reeves performance in it? I love it all right so number ten I I have and I'll add the caveat. I haven't seen all the great movies from this year. So these are of the movies that I've seen my top ten number. Ten I have dolemite is my name. Eddie Eddie Murphy coming back. The film's Raunchy. It's filthy and I couldn't take my eyes off of it so definitely dolemite. Is My name number ten number nine. I have motherless Louis Brooklyn Ed. Norton's adaptation to the Book Throwback Nostalgia Nineteen Forties Brooklyn Nineteen fifties of New York. It was great. I really enjoyed it a great soundtrack. By the way I've been getting a lot of soundtracks in the mail sent to be here with the critics mother book an excellent score. Hope it gets for score. Go Go ahead. You're definitely and then I have a adventures endgame. I threw that on there because it just seemed like such a big undertaking to wrap up this whole universe and and I think that the Russo brothers were able to do it in a way where everybody got screen time. Everybody had their moments in the movie and it wasn't nice conclusion to the tenure epic that Marvel created never seven. I have mid Somare and exactly what you said before. It's so funny I was able to catch it over the holiday break And a horror movie set in the daytime seems very hard to do but they it's done incredibly Number six is another horror movie. US Jordan peels sales follow-up Sophomore effort new ongoing it number five once upon a time in Hollywood might be a little too long..

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

Reel Chronicles

12:06 min | 8 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Reel Chronicles

"Watch now imagine oh disney's movie toy story five ado ca boom sequel i don't want another baby partout ovaries i hope we don't get another one dumbo toy story we're we're good way but just we're done all right moving on we have the golden globe nominations and the sag nominations and i'm very sad bobby deniro zero may not be an academy award nominee this year but we talked about this i told you i'm like you know what in all honesty thinking about it in the movie or you're gonna upset and joe were really like bobby did the same thing he always does there wasn't anything super extraordinary mr so much thank you for coming back no but it's true though when you really like you're watching it i saw it on the big screen i actually haven't really watched it on netflix yet you're not gonna but no i'm not going to put just right now for lack of not having enough time but you know i am looking at it and i'm like you know what joe i actually think my favorite performance out of the whole movie was joe patchy i feel like he he played so well i felt i actually felt more sad that he died towards the spoiler alert i guess whatever that he died towards the end of the movie you like i felt really bad like you really see that aging you just see the toll and like i felt more i felt worse than i did for bobby at the end of the movie like i was blake okay whatever like it didn't phase me in the same way and i didn't feel super sad for al pacino dying but because but he he was very very al pacino in the movie god did stand out like he did really well in this movie i feel like bobby was just believing he was supposed to be host to be i feel like even more so he's supporting them and even with the bobby performance when you compare it to like the other things you've seen this season like joker with hockey in phoenix leo's performance in once upon a time in hollywood i i mean dude he's yeah it's a good performance but i don't know if i'll put it as top dog so may win you get snubbed it's not that big a deal bobby oh yeah all right so let's get into a real quick out a run through the globe i'm going to skip TV strata film let me know what you guys staying best performance by an actor no supporting role we mentioned pacino impassable cut in brad pitt ebony hopkins and tom hanks any complaints there no the only one you haven't you haven't seen beautiful day neighborhood right i haven't seen neighborhood i haven't too okay so i haven't seen two popes but i hear anthony hopkins fantastic okay their best support best performance by an actress in a supporting role kathy bates richard jewel i'm watching that today i heard she's really great annette benning for the report i saw the report i think everyone wants to hear that saw she's very i'm gonna say she's very good but the character that she played he's very subdued okay so i get the performance there laura dern we've already talked about how we feel about that jennifer lopez jenny and i saw bombshell i think i don't know if jenny hasn't really been on lately so i think i said she's in i think i mentioned she's in agreement with me that she's good but it's not awards worthy j. l. allo o. j. lo yes so for hustler's we watched it the other day so i thought the movie was good but i didn't see anything and like yeah okay jennifer lopez is good and i love all her movies movies the good the bad the ugly she's never ugly go bring a really good movie and conversation and like yes she did command dan the screen and she was very much like that older mentor role especially for constants booze character and all of this but i just didn't feel like i thought it was i guess just because i had seen all this hype leading up to before i watched it i just felt a little let down i didn't think that it was like something i'd i just didn't hit me in the same way movies here it's okay i think it's fine fine yeah aggressively mediocre wow wow there you go i don't i wouldn't say it's mediocre i think it says something for them like the women are taking control of their own and they're really really i mean i don't agree that they i was about to say towards the middle of the movie when they really do start star literally rugged i don't agree with i definitely get your getting paid and but not like the drugging day rape is when it gets a little yeah because i mean you think about it they're putting their bodies out there i mean in general strippers need more rights david's telling me to cut this rant so but it's true like you know strippers shippers sex workers they need more there needs to be more laws to protect them and make sure that they're getting their due i mean imagine you had to like go and do that and for a lot of women this is this is what they can do and it's you shouldn't you know you need to pay them equally whatever anyway already so you sir sir leon margai for bombshell nice not hollywood i think she's going to get in for bob show hollywood in in the end all right original original song this is where i thought i'd take off the line ryan i'm like i think we're going to get a cat's nomination here somehow our boss yeah 'cause beautiful go sets the taylor swift song from cats got nominated i'm gonna love me again from rocket man into the are known period from a lion king and which i'm surprised because i thought shallow colli way betters speechless i thought that was better i it's much better and another thing i don't remember this being in the movie so i don't know how qualified all of is because i think it's i think there's a role for oscar that the movie has to be in the move you're not a post credit all the songs in the murders in the movie unfortunately it's running back through the through the through the desert to fortunate unfortunate and then stand up from harried i haven't seen harriet so i gotta i gotta check that out best original score alexander to splat little women hill door one and door from by the way i never pronounce her name rice oh my apologies joker randy marriage story which is we saw married story score yeah didn't think scores agri thomas newman we just on nineteen seventeen which is in rentable and i will get into that in a little bit later daniel pemberton was surprise nomination the knife or motherless louis brooklyn best animated film froze pretty much the the four we expected frozen to how to train your dragon missing link toy story for and the lion cain that's interesting that's it's it's the gross nomination of the season and the oscar nominations announced its gross gross at that movie it's not that good and to we're not gonna go into that over yeah right fest for language film home farewell lay ms paint glory parasite portrait of a fire you can just a cancel that just get that award ready best screenplay known bomb back for marriage story para say bombed you ho anthony mclaren for two popes gwen tarantino for hollywood and steve zealand for the irishman c'mon best motion picture director this was actually the funnest nomination bungalow parasite stan mend his nineteen seventeen jean martin scorsese the irishman gwen tarantino once upon a time hollywood and todd phillips for joker nice nice it is amazing that he got in and there's a lot of hate for it a lot of backlash a lot of backlash because they're like oh joker heaters came out like oh well you know he shouldn't be nominee or something like that give me a good reason why that's all i ask you're asking the wrong person 'cause i adore joke i know i'm playing out there to anyone who doesn't like joker gimme a good reason why that does not deserve all the fucking award the only thing they're probably say oh you're just copying taxi taxi driver and king of comedy and scorsese shit very eloquent very eloquent retort but i think like in terms of analytics ticks this helps joaquin more than anything the more wards joker gets nominated for awards you didn't expect to nominee for the more it's helps joaquin's costs actually we win because the credibility of the movie is a little bit better is that why or yes and when you when it it just shows love from the from the voting guides so from HP the hollywood hollywood foreign press you can jokers romantic started overseas in venice so with the indians have oh yeah now that the film let us oh yeah so that's where when the goal line and i think that's where everything began for so we'll see continues what helps walking to is that bombeck bombeck was not nominated for director that's who phillips replaced got it so that's why are you know the marriage story lovers which whatever teaches owed like bombeck directed a movie better than phillips and whatever we disagree so that's where that is best actress the best actor in a motion picture musical comedy daniel craig knives out love that love a roman griffin davis actually predicted that last week i'm surprised at actually gioja roger rabbit leo for hollywood tear negative iraq immense and eddie murphy for dolemite gresley oh it's not as easy as you guys i think it's leo or taron egerton leo oviously oh i think it's i really hope the prey on both predicting leo because hollywood picture comedy or musical so i think that's where we are their best before by an actress in in a musical or comedy aquafina the farewell which you saw the farewells as she deserves a oh my gosh yeah so he's a great honor they are miss for knives out now she's my favorite part of the movies all in on that beanie felt signed from book smart you do that is by the way no she is jonah hill sister oh and not to take anything away i she's actually really great ooh emma thompson and late night i haven't seen late night but i guess they were really low on comedy or musical performances this late night was not good as on amazon prime for anyone that while they watch it cape lynch effort where'd you go bernadette that was jenny jenny jenny hates the fact that they tell you what happens to her in the trailer and they will read the book and never see them in the book they don't tell you to like one hundred pages to the book is fantastic all right so best performance by an actor in a drama christian bale for fever ford ferrari and tony bears repeating glory adam driver for marriage story walking for joker and then jonathan pryce for two popes best actress in a drama senior cynthia haribo for harriet scar joe for marriage story social for little women charlie's there for bob show rene judy i think this may be our our five next and then best motion picture comedy dolemite gioja rabbit knives how hollywood and recommend and then picture drama nine hundred seventeen the irishman joker marriage story to pokes i set this off the.

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

05:05 min | 8 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And and i had i had worked with woody allen and me lewis foreman david fincher and john doll and a bunch of other people with serious game but but getting watching spike hack that equation the way he did was really like rather unique and instructive destructive to say the least and i think the experiences i had across the across the collet ten years when i was writing the script stephen it really changed my view of what i needed to make that film and i don't i don't think if i had tried to do motherless louis brooklyn like literally right on the heels of keeping the faith i could not have made the film with less than sixty seventy million dollars which is a studio would assume uh-huh district cost and even when i showed this film lots of people have showed this film have assumed cost you know like something on the order of like clinton's movie you which takeaway bradley young ninety six ninety seven or whatever that movie cost yeah and if you take away those super big stars making money it's probably in the l. seventy million range or whatever and and warren beatty told me when he saw this he thought it must have been an eighty day shoot you know and we did it in forty six nick so it's like it was like i couldn't i couldn't have done that without having worked with the people i worked with as obviously preparation is is key but lionel is a very interesting demanding role as well how do you balance balance how how do you gauge your own performance as a director that's not so hard the prepar the idea the dual process of ping as an actor while trying to prep director tough that it to carve room and time for yourself as an actor that as a director you you wouldn't necessarily have time for i i started prepping this movie prepping you know pre production i started being really full-time on the different dimensions of prentiss a lot further out from shooting than would be sort of typical new budgetary since i started doing it sort of off the books which is by the way i something i one thing i learned watching wes do his films this is that west just west just as a whole whole lot of stuff off the books brilliantly camera tests in quotes that he goes out and shoot entire sequences on you know he he does really really really brilliant hacks around the formal formal like boarded production days in which you're hemorrhaging money you know and and picking picking up those kinds of little tricks in figuring out like how do i how do i do things in a guerrilla way it doesn't mean they're not high quality it just means i'm not i'm i'm not gonna talk to people about what i'm doing i'm going to do it in an unofficial way and and and triple the the time that i've got to prepare this film you know absolutely one thing in this movie as well as i absolutely adore and something i don't think people do enough of which is exploited alec baldwin's talent for a monologue if you think are glenn ross malice i mean the man has a way with words and there are two do such examples in this film as well he's a force of nature as as an actor what's it like to to write that under indirect that everything you just said i agree with one one hundred percent he is for me one of the really really gifted dramatic actors he's a great new york actor he's a great theater actor when i came up in new york he was on broadway doing streetcar named desire and like everyone you know remember people going you know talk about tilting at windmills who would want to step into the brando role you're setting yourself and he just crushed it like crushed i remember seeing it and going oh my god this guy understands language he understands rhythm and he does he has got a mastery of language and a shakespeare he is a shakespearean spearing actors gift for the rhythm of language and for words and control i wanted to give him like the really good ones you know give him like a dark a an anna alec the thing about coffee's for closers only is that what it it you never forgot it because it was like whoa this guy has he has kind of like this unbelievable blend and it's a lethal blend of charm and tough.

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

08:03 min | 9 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Okay. That was two versions versions of Thom. Yorke Song Daily Battles the first sung by Thom Yorke and then the second with Wynton Marsalis playing trumpet both from the Soundtrack of the film motherless Louis Brooklyn which was written directed by my guest Edward Norton who also stars in the film. You pay a lot of attention to movie music. You know sometimes like the soundtrack just kind of ruins a film for me because I think the music is so bland or cornea predictable that it just it. Just this gives me gives me a bad feeling and makes me think like. How good can this movie be? If the director chose that music well and then the opposite happens to in the music's really great. I just feel like I'm in. I couldn't agree more. It can make or break film at a level that I don't think it's hard right for people to even grasp how different the outcome of film can be if the music is exceptional verses. You Know Banal and I think There's an unfortunate reality to the way you make films. which is you have to edit the film and for a long time to work with temporary music? It's very very very rare. That people get to work with their composer all through the course of the making of the film and it usually comes at the tail end and it's usually a little rushed and his result with a lot of film. Music is what I would call it. it's a cheap mirror of what's already taking place in the film. It illustrates or just emphasizes the exact same thing that the scene is telling you in all its other dimensions. It's not it's own voice. It's not its own thread of emotion And when it's great the opposite is true it it is its own thing that gives you a different information mation. Then you're getting in any other way. Let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining US my guest is Edward Norton and he wrote directed opted and stars in the film motherless Brooklyn. We'll be right back. This is fresh air this message comes from. NPR SPONSOR TIAA providing retirement options. Thanks for individuals. Who Work at nonprofits president and CEO? Roger Ferguson is proud to serve this community by helping to guide them to and through retirement. It our vision is to help the millions of Americans who are helping others to do better in their financial lives and so that means providing gene products and services advice education. We say that we manage money for folks who have more important things to do to find out if you're eligible or to learn more goats not I A. Dot org slash. Never run out. Guarantees are subject to the claims paying ability of Tiaa annuities are issued by Teachers Insurance Errands and Annuity Association of America. New York New York. My guest is Edward Norton and he wrote directed and stars in the new film motherless Brooklyn so you're a father now you have a son who's about four Six actually Oh okay. Did being a father affect your approach toward the kind of movies. You wanted to make our how much work you wanted to take on. Yes Definitely I think doc I probably for instance would have gotten around to making this film motherless Brooklyn Sooner Sooner possibly than I did I had it ready and I was ready to make but you know when when kids come into your life like you gotTa make a lot of room and space for that The idea of like missing out on magical phases of early life Selena just to me like there's no movie that's worth that at all and So The Times that I've delayed On doing work or DEF- sort of like hit pause For family it's not even it's never ever really been a major debate for me. It's it's It's always a very easy decision but the good news was by the time I did this. You know we were in. I got to make the movie at home. which which is a big deal? You know like in New York so people know but literally at home some people some people their dream project it might take them to Romania and Egypt for Tunisia to shoot their film you know and and and I was working at times literally two blocks from home. Alec lives across the street from me. Willem dafoe lives about four blocks down the other way. Most of the actors are last John All over all over New York but we But the pleasure of working at home and Having family nearby being able to be at home on on the weekends it's it's it was it was great and when you're really small it's It's especially great so I think that acting in films is a big commitment and I take it seriously so I doubt dive into it but directing his in another level of commitment entirely early and I do understand why in some ways people that I really respect me need time Inbetween directing films So how many years did you work on motherless Brooklyn motherless Brooklyn I've worked on actively for about fifteen years. That's a really long time is it. Is it fresh tourney to know that you can work on a movie for fifteen years and can play in theaters for a few weeks and then be gone Look the the chess station Shen. It's not like I was sitting in my room trying to get it made for fifteen years not doing anything else I mean. I Made Twenty films in that time I got I got it nominated a couple of times. I made some pretty good films. You know what I mean like And I made I built some companies and sold them some kids like it's I've been even have been on the busier side of of life Got It so the fact that underneath something was just dating And it was a thing that needed station needed. Sort of like the equivalent of slow cooking. You know That's not pain. That's just that's just a creative process. You know what I mean it this. The project needed that and then eventually. Because I'm persistent. I I got it done. There was a great victory and getting this done. It's very hard to get these kinds of films made at at all these days and unlike you know I mean. The Irishman cost two hundred million bucks and once upon a time in Hollywood cost almost under a million bucks I made. Hey this movie for like twenty six million bucks so the pressure is under very different and we did it in forty six days so I was very conscientious about trying to diminish the minimum is the the pressures of releasing a movie in the theatrical context by doing it in a very reasonable way. Well Edward Norton. I want to thank thank you so much for talking with US pleasure yet. Edward Norton spoke with Terry Gross. Yesterday Norton wrote directed and Stars in the film motherless Brooklyn and which is based on a novel by Jonathan. Lethem tomorrow on fresh air. We'll spend Thanksgiving remembering prints. Our guest will be Dan pipe and bring was collaborating with prince on a memoir when Prince died pipe and bring has edited a new book that includes the pages Prince had already written pipe and brings essay about working with Prince. The Pressures Technical Director and engineer is Audrey Bentham our associate producer for digital media. Is Molly Seavy Nesper. Roberta shorrock directs the show for Terry Gross. I'm Dave Davies..

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

11:56 min | 9 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"Yeah in everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie out now that I truly love called motherless Brooklyn which is written directed and starred my guest Edward Norton Great Devere then too long. It's been way too but I talk about long as long as I've known you which has has to be going on twenty years. We've been talking about mother. It was really you've been. That book came out. Jonathan Lethem's book came out and he said I'm going to do that. Yeah this is going to be. But it's finally here. Peter I told you I would and I did I did but you know I can't wait another twenty wanted to do it. But how do you feel now. Really good I when something's been rattling around your head for a long time it is it is nice to get it out. It's sort of like I relate. My character has to read syndrome and obsessive compulsive disorder and when he talks about having glass in the brain. And that's a little bit how this project was for me. It was like glass in my brain. I want. It was uncomfortable and I wanted to. I did want to get get it out but apart from that personal compulsion to see it through. I'm happy with the way it came out. Maybe maybe more than I usually am. Actually it's saying the things I wanted to say and I think maybe you commented on this. It's it's sort of. I don't think it would have had the resonance that that it has now ten years ago. Honestly We were talking about this before we started just the difficulty of course as he has commented on very eloquently. I think in his kind of elegy to the how difficult theatrical films have gotten how difficult it has gotten to release original theatrical films. It's it's always a struggle for filmmakers to make original Ville visions. It's always been you see the cast we had in this film. We have Bruce Willis and Willem Defoe and Alec Baldwin and Google about the Ron and Bobby Kennedy Volley in great great actors. But you still have to. You still have to sort of struggle to find the resources is you need to make it. And I wasn't and I didn't need them. Two hundred million easy. My I got all my actors working the free on my actors worked for nothing to help me get it made honestly but you still but you still have to still have to figure it out. Well there's so many things in terms of mother Louis Brooklyn about what you have to do even with a studio backing him. You have a movie that maybe they don't know what the title is. Maybe maybe they never read Jonathan's book it'd be they're saying what's it about right. I'll what is this and that money has to be poured into letting them know what it is. Ask because not presold been John Game. Yeah No to do the property those things and look in my case. I I was there saying look. I WanNa make a big old fashioned period epoch about New York in the vein of the Godfather or L. A. confidential confidential. or any any of these great old fashioned movie experiences I think demonstrably audiences really loved right when they're good. We all love of those films and and I wanted to mash it up a little bit with other another type of movie. I love which you also have a pure you know sort of the underdog the the forrest gump. The Rain Man That idea of a a hero. whose very unusual has an unusual condition edition? That you've never seen before that you feel empathy for and the empathy that you feel for him the the fact that you immediately. You're on his side. That's part of what that's what pulls you through. A murky. It takes is one of the nicest guys you've ever played. WELL HE IS I. I think he's well. It's funny and someone said to me you've done a lot of people with Conditions are afflictions. I said No. I've done a lot of people who are fating conditions or yeah like like primal fear baking the score with Deniro in American History X. There's no faking. He's he's just. He's angry mentally ill and the truth is this character. He's not mentally ill he. Just has he has terrip syndrome so people they call him freak show but he's he's smart and he's intelligent. He's he's susu sensitive. The great thing about watching this movie is that it takes awhile sometimes for you to say my brain isn't working like Lionel's right. Oh He's piecing together this puzzle in his own head his own synapses and we're trying to put a linear thing that isn't there. No Oh but I I actually the only thing that I just. I think that Agreeing in house district buys by a certain point story. I think when characters this goes back to like J D Salinger Holden caulfield and catcher in the Rye when sometimes when a character tells you his own story right from the start you you relate you feel the emotional hook and I think if you set that hook early with a character if in this case Lionel in a classic detective voice over where he tells you I have something wrong with me. I struggle with it. I I have friends. Who Understand? Me like Bruce Willis but not everybody does and it's it's tough. You know you start to go. Oh I inside this guy I understand him. You want him to do well. You don't want him to trip himself up. You're always reform. I I just think what you're doing you're saying I don't quite know how he's piecing it together doesn't tell you know and that goes to what you've done with Jonathan Lethem's book set in the late nineties but you send it back in time as through the fifty S. I don't think anybody ever knew what to read sets the well. That's what you just said is part of the reason we put it in the fifties the the the isolation the characters isolation not just in terms of other people being a little less sensitive calling him freak show But if you know that he doesn't even know what he has your even more sympathetic. It's it's it's even more isolating to not know what's wrong with you in some sense but the other thing was honestly Jonathan and I both really like those movies. The the the old fashioned atmospheric feeling of those noir films from that era. The novel motherless Brooklyn Brooklyn is very interior it's inside the characters head but obviously a film is a big a bigger canvas. You have you've got to create a landscape for people to look cat and it's great landscape. Yeah it's that whole fifties thing that's going on in New York and why. Why no is called called motherless Brooklyn Yeah you know why basically has nobody so no one looking for him? But he has Bruce Willis's character yes when a minutes boys so he he has something. And that's how this movie starts. It's about who killed my mentor. Who did this and then we get what to me? She has a real chinatown by. which is where's what's festering underneath this? It's not just who murdered character. What's going on? It's it's what's going on. Well you had the water in La. That was going on. You Know Chinatown chinatowns. Great because it's about La's original sin. It's not just about Out a mystery it's about the idea that La is built on crime. And that's and that's that's what I like about our foams. They they do. What you said is exactly right? It says hey they say hey yes. It's a certain mystery and a certain emotional relationship is driving why he's investigating but really what what this about is the more he he takes us into the shadow we realize there are things going on in what we call our democratic like Galateri in New York society that are violently antagonistic to everything. We say we believe in which we see through the out Baldwin Characters or Robert Moses type character master builder under a person that says I'm GonNa create the city to look like this and then cuts out anybody who's an outside anybody who is into one percenter right which which is what goes to the topicality. Yeah even now and was a racist t the total race. Yeah and I think that idea of the way that the way that we actually baked people talk about institutional racism but discrimination was literally baked into the Way New York was built into a modern city. They literally did do things like lower bridges to the new beaches. They overpasses they set them too. Low for buses is to clear them. Because they didn't want black and Latino minority citizens coming to the new public beaches so they literally limited access and people think that sounds like a conspiracy theory but it happened though it did happen and we see it and yet these are things that you have in your screenplay screenplay this book added to. Yes what was in the book right when you collaborate with somebody like Jonathan Right. WHO's a really terrific right? I really great writer. Is He with you on. I couldn't have done what I did on. This was bowled you could call it. Yeah but but he doesn't say what have you done. No no no no. I wouldn't do that without checking it out out with him. I I felt that I felt there was reasons to set it in the fifties. We talked about that. He liked that idea because he likes those films and I think he he knew is fill his book we had a certain Surreal Meta modernism. If you WANNA call it data it's really about the interior life of this character. He he wasn't so married to the plot per se. The plot didn't wasn't like the story of my family or the story of my city. It was it's a very Byzantine mazed. It's really an excuse to write the character in some sense. You know he also loves Raymond Chandler and you know those guys marlow at the detective. Active in Chandler with went through a couple of novels right so we kind of approached it like his great character going into another the next another another story in terms of taking a movie which you've described we've talked about it now and putting it on the screen. Do you worry about it reaching reaching an audience putting out kind of putting out work that you do that you you have a deep feeling for is always It's always got Certain emotional risk no matter how thick skin you get over the years no matter how many no matter how many you know. I've been through quite a few experiences like I'm getting a a nice honor from the camera. Image Festival in Poland this year. It's the Great Cinematography Festival right. And they sent me a rundown of the films they wanted to review in this thing. And it's amazing like at the top line of of those kinds of assessments of films. I've done that people think are really Definitive or something like that. You have like fight club. And he's always in there and the twenty fifth and American history x is always in there and none of those films did well..

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Edward Norton Discusses His New Film 'Motherless Brooklyn'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

11:37 min | 9 months ago

Edward Norton Discusses His New Film 'Motherless Brooklyn'

"Everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie out now that I truly love called motherless Brooklyn which is written directed and starred my guest Edward Norton Great Devere then too long. It's been way too but I talk about long as long as I've known you which has has to be going on twenty years. We've been talking about mother. It was really you've been. That book came out. Jonathan Lethem's book came out and he said I'm going to do that. Yeah this is going to be. But it's finally here. Peter I told you I would and I did I did but you know I can't wait another twenty wanted to do it. But how do you feel now. Really good I when something's been rattling around your head for a long time it is it is nice to get it out. It's sort of like I relate. My character has to read syndrome and obsessive compulsive disorder and when he talks about having glass in the brain. And that's a little bit how this project was for me. It was like glass in my brain. I want. It was uncomfortable and I wanted to. I did want to get get it out but apart from that personal compulsion to see it through. I'm happy with the way it came out. Maybe maybe more than I usually am. Actually it's saying the things I wanted to say and I think maybe you commented on this. It's it's sort of. I don't think it would have had the resonance that that it has now ten years ago. Honestly We were talking about this before we started just the difficulty of course as he has commented on very eloquently. I think in his kind of elegy to the how difficult theatrical films have gotten how difficult it has gotten to release original theatrical films. It's it's always a struggle for filmmakers to make original Ville visions. It's always been you see the cast we had in this film. We have Bruce Willis and Willem Defoe and Alec Baldwin and Google about the Ron and Bobby Kennedy Volley in great great actors. But you still have to. You still have to sort of struggle to find the resources is you need to make it. And I wasn't and I didn't need them. Two hundred million easy. My I got all my actors working the free on my actors worked for nothing to help me get it made honestly but you still but you still have to still have to figure it out. Well there's so many things in terms of mother Louis Brooklyn about what you have to do even with a studio backing him. You have a movie that maybe they don't know what the title is. Maybe maybe they never read Jonathan's book it'd be they're saying what's it about right. I'll what is this and that money has to be poured into letting them know what it is. Ask because not presold been John Game. Yeah No to do the property those things and look in my case. I I was there saying look. I WanNa make a big old fashioned period epoch about New York in the vein of the Godfather or L. A. confidential confidential. or any any of these great old fashioned movie experiences I think demonstrably audiences really loved right when they're good. We all love of those films and and I wanted to mash it up a little bit with other another type of movie. I love which you also have a pure you know sort of the underdog the the forrest gump. The Rain Man That idea of a a hero. whose very unusual has an unusual condition edition? That you've never seen before that you feel empathy for and the empathy that you feel for him the the fact that you immediately. You're on his side. That's part of what that's what pulls you through. A murky. It takes is one of the nicest guys you've ever played. WELL HE IS I. I think he's well. It's funny and someone said to me you've done a lot of people with Conditions are afflictions. I said No. I've done a lot of people who are fating conditions or yeah like like primal fear baking the score with Deniro in American History X. There's no faking. He's he's just. He's angry mentally ill and the truth is this character. He's not mentally ill he. Just has he has terrip syndrome so people they call him freak show but he's he's smart and he's intelligent. He's he's susu sensitive. The great thing about watching this movie is that it takes awhile sometimes for you to say my brain isn't working like Lionel's right. Oh He's piecing together this puzzle in his own head his own synapses and we're trying to put a linear thing that isn't there. No Oh but I I actually the only thing that I just. I think that Agreeing in house district buys by a certain point story. I think when characters this goes back to like J D Salinger Holden caulfield and catcher in the Rye when sometimes when a character tells you his own story right from the start you you relate you feel the emotional hook and I think if you set that hook early with a character if in this case Lionel in a classic detective voice over where he tells you I have something wrong with me. I struggle with it. I I have friends. Who Understand? Me like Bruce Willis but not everybody does and it's it's tough. You know you start to go. Oh I inside this guy I understand him. You want him to do well. You don't want him to trip himself up. You're always reform. I I just think what you're doing you're saying I don't quite know how he's piecing it together doesn't tell you know and that goes to what you've done with Jonathan Lethem's book set in the late nineties but you send it back in time as through the fifty S. I don't think anybody ever knew what to read sets the well. That's what you just said is part of the reason we put it in the fifties the the the isolation the characters isolation not just in terms of other people being a little less sensitive calling him freak show But if you know that he doesn't even know what he has your even more sympathetic. It's it's it's even more isolating to not know what's wrong with you in some sense but the other thing was honestly Jonathan and I both really like those movies. The the the old fashioned atmospheric feeling of those noir films from that era. The novel motherless Brooklyn Brooklyn is very interior it's inside the characters head but obviously a film is a big a bigger canvas. You have you've got to create a landscape for people to look cat and it's great landscape. Yeah it's that whole fifties thing that's going on in New York and why. Why no is called called motherless Brooklyn Yeah you know why basically has nobody so no one looking for him? But he has Bruce Willis's character yes when a minutes boys so he he has something. And that's how this movie starts. It's about who killed my mentor. Who did this and then we get what to me? She has a real chinatown by. which is where's what's festering underneath this? It's not just who murdered character. What's going on? It's it's what's going on. Well you had the water in La. That was going on. You Know Chinatown chinatowns. Great because it's about La's original sin. It's not just about Out a mystery it's about the idea that La is built on crime. And that's and that's that's what I like about our foams. They they do. What you said is exactly right? It says hey they say hey yes. It's a certain mystery and a certain emotional relationship is driving why he's investigating but really what what this about is the more he he takes us into the shadow we realize there are things going on in what we call our democratic like Galateri in New York society that are violently antagonistic to everything. We say we believe in which we see through the out Baldwin Characters or Robert Moses type character master builder under a person that says I'm GonNa create the city to look like this and then cuts out anybody who's an outside anybody who is into one percenter right which which is what goes to the topicality. Yeah even now and was a racist t the total race. Yeah and I think that idea of the way that the way that we actually baked people talk about institutional racism but discrimination was literally baked into the Way New York was built into a modern city. They literally did do things like lower bridges to the new beaches. They overpasses they set them too. Low for buses is to clear them. Because they didn't want black and Latino minority citizens coming to the new public beaches so they literally limited access and people think that sounds like a conspiracy theory but it happened though it did happen and we see it and yet these are things that you have in your screenplay screenplay this book added to. Yes what was in the book right when you collaborate with somebody like Jonathan Right. WHO's a really terrific right? I really great writer. Is He with you on. I couldn't have done what I did on. This was bowled you could call it. Yeah but but he doesn't say what have you done. No no no no. I wouldn't do that without checking it out out with him. I I felt that I felt there was reasons to set it in the fifties. We talked about that. He liked that idea because he likes those films and I think he he knew is fill his book we had a certain Surreal Meta modernism. If you WANNA call it data it's really about the interior life of this character. He he wasn't so married to the plot per se. The plot didn't wasn't like the story of my family or the story of my city. It was it's a very Byzantine mazed. It's really an excuse to write the character in some sense. You know he also loves Raymond Chandler and you know those guys marlow at the detective. Active in Chandler with went through a couple of novels right so we kind of approached it like his great character going into another the next another another story in terms of taking a movie which you've described we've talked about it now and putting it on the screen. Do you worry about it reaching reaching an audience putting out kind of putting out work that you do that you you have a deep feeling for is always It's always got Certain emotional risk no matter how thick skin you get over the years no matter how many no matter how many you know. I've been through quite a few experiences like I'm getting a a nice honor from the camera. Image Festival in Poland this year. It's the Great Cinematography Festival right. And they sent me a rundown of the films they wanted to review in this thing. And it's amazing like at the top line of of those kinds of assessments of films. I've done that people think are really Definitive or something like that. You have like fight club. And he's always in there and the twenty fifth and American history x is always in there and none of those films did well.

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

09:31 min | 9 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I'm terry gross with fresh fresh air. Today Willem Dafoe. He's appearing in two new movies motherless Brooklyn a film Noir set in the fifties written and directed by its star Edward Norton and the lighthouse a drama about to nineteenth century lighthouse keepers battling the hardship in isolation of their jobs. Defoe played a lot of villains early in his career but he sought other roles and one day is agent. Call to say Martin Scorsese wanted to cast him in the last temptation of Christ and I felt really. What role agent says it? Jesus also book critic Maureen. Corrigan reviews a new book about the Blurry Line between diseases of the body and the mind and Ken Tucker reviews new album by the hip hop artist to baby. That's coming up on fresh air. Our guest after after Willem Defoe is known for his intense performances often as villains defoe has appeared in more than one hundred films over the past four decades earning four Oscar tournaments for best supporting actor among his films or platoon to live and die in. La The last temptation of Christ grand. Budapest hotel the Florida project and at Eternity Gate in which he portrayed. Vincent Van Gogh Defoe currently stars with Robert Pattinson in the new film. The lighthouse he also appears ears and motherless Brooklyn which was adapted from Jonathan Lethal novel by the film's Star Edward Norton Defoe spoke with fresh air's Davies and they began with a clip from motherless. Louis Brooklyn it's a film. Noir set in the fifties and evolving corruption in New York. City Land Redevelopment Norton plays a private eye who has to read syndrome Graham. He's investigating this corruption because the people behind it seemed connected to the murder of the head of the detective agency where he works the person behind the redevelopment redevelopment plans is a ruthless powerbroker named Moses Randolph. Clearly based on the real life figure of Robert Moses Defoe's character is one of the people opposing hosing the redevelopment plan because he and just about everyone else in his neighborhood will be forced out of their homes by the new construction in this scene. Defoe who is in a diner. Talking with Norton's character who's posing as a reporter to get people to reveal information defoe's character. Paul speaks I to the waiter at the diner signer. Excuse me could I get a slice of cheesecake. Could you make a one. One half of the city is getting a ride on one of his horses for God sakes. He controls every construction job. He said they just created the position construction slumps parks. He's got fourteen appointments. Appointments is all just ain't gonNA glass door none of it matters it's Ba Ba. Borough Authority you call yourself a reporter on on what the arts between read. I must have should. Yeah you sure Emerson said an institution is the length and shadow of one man. This town is run by the borough authority. And the Borough Authority is Moses Randolph mm-hmm and that is our guest Willem Dafoe in motherless Brooklyn. Well Willem Defoe welcome to fresh air. Thank you I noticed that your character begins by asking for Chased cake served warm right character. Right oddball we first meet him. When he's kind of shouting out stuff at Moses Randolph? In a meeting tell us how you saw this character. One of the beauties of this character is. He's not as appears when you first see him. He you you think maybe it's a homeless guy unstable with an ax to grind paranoid. And then you learn. He really holds the secrets that he knows intimately about corruption in the city because Moses Randolph is his brother and there's almost as Shakespearean Rian backstory to how they Both arrived to where they are when we see them. In the movie and They basically started out brothers of his wife the family with deep sense of Noblesse. Oh believes that they wanted to help. Make the world a better place. But then there's a real split Because my brother all of a sudden as I say in this story I say he gets tired of losing to lesser minds and he gets frustrated and becomes obsessed with accumulating power and winning if that has any resonance you know in This Day and age. That word winning and they have a split but at the same time time. This isn't a strict in all polemic. I mean really. The Moses Randolph character beautifully played by Alec Baldwin also expresses versus some interesting things. He talks about. He uses Central Park as an example that There was resistance to central park when they wanted to create a a private park they displaced some farmers They moved some trees. He says that People have to be forward thinking and sometimes it's is the man of action that You know must make progress. But of course there's great corruption in the story and in the name of progress a lot of people are rum just considered Collateral damage and that's right and even your character who seems aims to stand for justice and fairness all. The time doesn't fully commit because he has his own ambitions. You gotta go but this all one hour yes yes it's true. It's true and that was important. I think so you know right Kim. Just you know this this little crusader. He has his own own agenda. And he's protecting that as well and he can't fully commit to justice because he's reserved part hoping that you'll have a reconciliation conciliation with his brother to help him realize his particular agenda that is not totally altruistic. You Know Edward Norton said your character. Paul is is the moral core of the movie. Did you talk to him about why he wanted you for this role. No I didn't fee just said he wanted me to play. Yeah well you know we know each other and I have a lot of respect for him and it was clearly a passion project and something thing he'd been working on for a long time and something that he felt deeply about so I'm attracted to that kind of passion and when he says they needed made to do it. Ah I respond to that. I remember a curious thing was. I was growing a beard for the film that I was going to call the lighthouse and I said Edward. I don't think I can do it because I'm growing this beard. I know one in the fifties had a beard. I mean I'll stick out. It'll seem strange. Also somehow you you feel like psychically. That beard is reserved for that character in The lighthouse it doesn't feel right. Maybe I can't do it. And he paused laws for second than thought about a for day and he said no nautile work fine and in fact it was helpful because In a very quick short hand out when you first I see him. It does marginalize him it does make him stick out but in a good way and that kind of sets up A the fact that he he's an outsider. You see immediately a lot gets accomplished by the visuals Edward Norton wrote and directed this as you say he worked on it for many years and his is an interesting character is a private eye but he has to read and we'll just occasionally like tae these things turn his head to the side and just bark out these words that are kind of have some random connection to the conversation. He was directing you while he was acting in the scenes with you and I'm just wondering I always wanted kind of what that experience is like taking direction from someone who is also in the scene with you and in his case. You have the Tarantula. I'm just wondering if it affects. What the pacing? What's it like? It's nice is because it makes things very fluid So it makes it very efficient and making this period film on a tight budget. It was probably the only way to do it also. He surrounded himself by people that he worked with. Before and people that really understood stood his mission so there was something Beautiful about because we could be so light on our feet. You know there's now checking the Monitor. Senator there's no you're not reflecting on it which could be dangerous but as I say he knew the material so while? Any news collaborated Brady. So well that I think it that an energy in an urgency that you don't always get when when the directors and playing as an actor across from you we're speaking with Willem dafoe he stars in the new films motherless Brooklyn and in the lighthouse. I wanted to talk about the Florida project. which sure you ruin earned an Oscar nomination for your role in? This is a really interesting film from director. Sean Baker about kids like young kids like six seven year olds who live live.

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

13:04 min | 10 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"The fords Meena Stars Iak Muzak Hawk Good Bones Jasmine rob in potential and Allison Victoria Wendy Rehab will face off to Max out identical properties in the Los Angeles area with the Goal Dad the most property value to each home check that out rock the block what's your guilty pleasure network that you like to watch guilty pleasure network HDTV GTE is a guilty pleasure network so many great shows on there you can get lost for hours are there really I think so I don't know I guess it's your guilty pleasure all right real quick before we get to overreaction Monday for NBA okay both I totally just blew it I now see McConnell Hey n. p. diddy turn fifty today whose career your life would you rather have who P. Diddy Pete early you know he was a star in the a biggie days nineties early two thousands at that was kind of Winnie peaked my wrong he sean John was right around then to the clothing line making a band on MTV band I remember that that was in show yeah what was the name of the band the All female group that's right right that's right but I I honestly couldn't tell you one thing that he's done besides a little bit of acting limited acting at the Rock Vodka Tequila another commercial like all right I mean it's like McConnell matches that with buicks like it's Lincoln Lincoln are mostly New Yorker cars P. Diddy is like worth the half a billion dollar he is he is what was the question the question is career life address have oh no I still say McConnell I think McConnell Hey had like this arc that continues tin us to go up I mean it was like dazed and confused at a base and then he starts doing those Rom coms you know how to lose a guy in ten days rom com on big Rom Com homerun but that's the failure Lan Chile it's kind of like a rite of passage for great actors you've gotTa Keith Ledger went through it before he passed around the Cooper Yeah Bradley Cooper you you go through it and you look like a serious actor in them and you get serious acting roles it's kind of how it all plays Oscar he's great and wolf of Wall Street Golsen yeah he he did a lot of great things and McConnell to me is still rising he's only a couple years removed from the Oscar year something like that I mean he can cherry pick his movies now like he's a guy that you can see in leading man roles for the next decade plus until he was stopped doing I mean at some point like clooney made the decision like like I don't want to be on camera anymore I don't Wanna I don't WanNa age on camera like to to do it that way that guys had the salt and pepper gray hair since E. WE are he has but I can see I can see I can see what he's saying he's entering kind of his is his grandfather years do you want to have kids with his did but like I mean that doesn't mean we was billy Joel had like a kid like seventy two what are we doing here all logic and celebrity life is out the window I'd say to me clear Makoni Clear Makaay you disagree I think looking at the money though you're looking at the competing money yes looking at just who has the most fun I think did he has a great life is always having having a great time I think whatever he does us and whenever he seems to touch is successful it's a toss up but I think I leaned did he also a cool name now McCain as just having a tough go of it I mean it's just it's really boring good winning an Oscar for Dallas buyers club starting out at Texas football game need like a professor he is brand ambassador raising that means just like Texas saying please we caught a part of our program like show up at the occasional recruiting wording trip on the bench during basketball games last year I tell you what I mean it's probably different is different for eighteen nineteen year olds but like if McConnell walked this room and sent all right all right all right it'd be like he's GonNa host the show rest of the way he did that at the end of his Oscar speech that was like the punctuation all right great movie days another movie like there are so many there's so many slow-burn movies right like dazed and confused it wasn't this mega hit no it first came out like that had a slow burn to it that was like you get to like the mid ninety s and the early two thousands eat like starts at help days confuse views ahead an amazing soundtrack it did it did it was great and the whole cast like went on to do you get all these guys when they're young Kinda like rounders was awesome flop up and then it was cable and the poker room that kind of brought that movie back I listened to Rob Edward Norton on the Bill Simmons podcast recently and it like Simmons is like driving driving the truck to make rounders to like leading that charge but rounders was only out in theaters like three weeks like your like Malkovich pitch was killed for that accent Edward Norton was in here last week and said he's just waiting for the call he's all ready to go yeah he was movie right new motherless Louis Brooklyn he's just waiting for Brian Koppelman and to just finish the movie green light this baby I I'm with him I would see it in because it's an easy storyline into kind of project out like Mike McGee goes to he's part of like the Vegas now with Dr Players maybe it's almost like I guess how they're making top gun to is he's like Tom Cruise against like digital stuff like against like you know these drones right that are out there you could do the same thing with Mike McGee going up against these like sixteen-year-olds that play like ten hand at the same time it or Guy Mike d with the old school kind I'm reading your face I'm looking for your teddy KGB Battelle with the Oreo cookie like that's what it's all these analytic kids all the LX in middle sudden worm comes back and Norton say this like warm has to be part of like the credit default swaps short like that's what he was doing like he was like trying to flip houses back in the early early offs and whatever worm was up to it was shady as all get up why did that movie struggle I don't I don't think people understood the Ford they don't think people really understood poker they thought it was just thank mob underground whatever backboard CD world and and now it's completely mainstream obviously and I think to Matt Damon also wasn't a super huge superstar that was after goodwill hunting believe right around around the same time right around the same time yeah and he was not a megastar back then you're right he wasn't the kind of like the leading man that he morphed inordinate that when he was is in Primal fear I think that was it's twenty one years ago well let's go twenty-five like oh I think you get that cast back together to like you'd have to get Malkovich commission some sort of capacity to play again but you could get back I mean Norton clearly would do it Damon has said he would do it you get two zero back John Detoro back in that character great somebody care in that movie what's Famke Janssen is still around yet she's rally running the uh the underground club how did what are the weirdest like watching that movie I watched all the time but it's on all the time it's great like what I need like backstory and y like like Famke Janssen character and Mike D didn't get together like they're perfect for each other perfect like she's hot and yeah that scene where she wanted to she wanted to get in the middle where she's he's like and he was like feeling like I don't want to be a rebound I don't want to you know why not come on say never stood wise it's all right let's overreacts let's do it Mike Talk Reaction Moon Booze all right overreaction Monday mannix let's do it with every teams played about six games for about two weeks into the NBA regular-season first up the La Lakers are the best team in the NBA now I'm going to say not the best team in the NBA but a lot better than I believe they could be and that's based largely on what they're getting out of Dwight Howard at this point I think you have to look at the Lakers schedule and take their success with a bit of grain of salt they've got that Charlotte on the schedule they ed Memphis on the schedule but there are things you can see as being sustainable Lebron is on basically like clapback tour like everyone that has been criticizing him mm-hmm for losing a step and looking at not the top player in the league he has been a monster for this team I think Anthony Davis is still the Old Anthony Davis can Dwight Howard keep keep this up if you're the Lakers you hope so I mean he's saying all the right things for the first time in his career he's doing all the right things he is accepted his Roy tweeted out last night like this Dwight Howard can play five plus more years in the NBA like there's still a role for a seven footer that defends rebound it's not the same role because the league is gone smaller you need to play Anthony Davis more center especially when you have coups Ma and Lebron on the roster but do I can give you twenty minutes give you like ten and six or ten and ten maybe coming off the bench he can still a lot so I think the Lakers success it's a promising start it remains tied to Dwight doing this and the guards guards Rondo still trying to get back into the mix Danny Green is he going to be as reliable all season long stump some variables there but a really good start for the Lakers did we'll brian has he taken back the best player in the league title after the first couple of weeks I think you need to see the two way player continue his e still the most unstoppable offensive force in the League Janas takes the so much gravity around like he's turned Chris Middleton into a legitimate number two option auto championship level team. Chris Middleton is a very good player but I don't think on any team but the one jaanus is on Chris Middleton would be looked at as an a guy you're number two he's an all star but he's not a superstar in this league so I still look at the head of steam and what he does I think Lebron I mean yeah this is twenty four it is mid thirties that he's still doing this is amazing to watch we saw him showed Hamill Brian the other night Luca Donka is going to win multiple at the peas in his career I think he can win one I'm going to say not to and he gets one. Mvp Eh one of the fun storylines in the NBA this season moving forward is Luca versus trae young guys that will inextricably linked because they were traded for each other right right on draft Graf night but Luca his upside I think is higher than trae young because he's just physically bigger I think eventually he'll be able to do more things like rebound off maybe defend at a higher level just because he has the physical tools that trae young does not Kaluka is a monster and if you're a knicks fan what are you thinking watching porzingus right it looks good let me say this to every knicks fan that will immediately tweet at me and say he was never gonNA come back to New York on a deal there is no player in NBA history that that is turned down a Max level contract if offered it after their rookie or when they're offered it before their rookie deal expires no player because there's no way to get that money back back it's not like if you're a veteran and you go into free agency you can get that money back with a different team on a shorter deal in the NBA the Knicks control your rights for that last year ear and it's at a rookie scale slot so you will be literally leaving like ten million dollars on the table if you're porzingas in that situation I don't believe in never have that he wouldn't wouldn't have come back to New York if offered that contracts signed with Dallas right away sure did James Harden's doing it again in the League in scoring he's going to lead the league in scoring for third straight eight year that team is fast I might write about them a little bit this week the rockets I mean they are fascinating there fascinating capable of scoring but then they get gashed by Miami Miami Lakes offers the juggernaut wanted to ask you about how good is Miami they hit on Tallaght Tyler Herro and they seem to have hit on this the next Hassan whiteside sided with them Kendrick was a Kendrick Nunn all that he is another good player there so I always say that your how you become a great team isn't top to your draft picks it's those guys it's Tyler Harrow in the thirteenth in the draft it's finding a guy like none like you found with John Whiteside if you can find those types of guys you can be successful so I think they they have a ceiling to and I think they're still gonNA be out there trying to get their hands on Chris Paul and maybe the success of non at Harrow maybe they are willing to throw one of those those players in the mix to pair them Jimmy Butler but there are better than I thought the Rockets Dodie answer your question yes on James Harden leading the League in scoring much of what the teams to look like though can they contend in the.

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

16:12 min | 10 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on World Cafe

"This message comes from NPR sponsor xfinity some things are slow like simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply the office and raining when a silhouette slid envelope under my door inside okay motherless Brooklyn is a new film about a private detective trying to solve Hi Jerry Jones Michael Kenneth Williams Leslie Mann Alec Baldwin Willem Defoe just like this is such a good part this is such a great character it's so hard so funny it was it was a big lift just to get a good part but it was worth it detective named Lionel but not like the kind made famous by Humphrey Bogart or Jack Nicholson this guy does the opposite so if if a blonde hits on Nicholson at the Bar arete syndrome I got something wrong with my head that's the first thing it's like an interest it has to be scratched my head's threads control what he says out loud we know what he's thinking thanks to narration that's woven throughout the he's you know him like like before you've even been introduced Music is a big part of the film soundtrack there's an original score some classic Jazz Louis Brooklyn back in the late nineties I had this intuition this feeling that was the era of like radiohead bringing out okay computer I thought that the Way Tom York's voice had that longing in it but the music is mind works in motherless Brooklyn and that seed of an idea stayed in my head I tom and I just said I said hey you know here's what I'm doing it's a little bit of times we read this and I don't know if you I'd love the idea <music> <music> untapped Wynton Marsalis I said to him hey listen you know at this from the emotion that's happening between the characters and I said to him I know this sounds arrangement of Tom Song and that's what that's what plays in the club as though it's Berquin Norton says it's modeled after the uptown clubs where folks like Miles Davis I phil shop at Jazz at Lincoln Center about what what would be in the repertoire of opposition and a jump monk which is which is a mingas check we picked those funding it it's the beginning of of Lionel Way with the music thing he's normally trying to keep down suddenly he's finding in a jazz freak out and blues walk was a great piece for that there's a there's a happiness to blues walk <music> then and that's what's happening as he gets drunk and sort of gets kicked out of the bar and beaten up in the alley and ago I'll give you one at a time and I will look for to the post for free <music> composer Daniel Pemberton when we first met I I said Stover Twenty s running movie and eighty synthesizer evangelise own that keyboard and you know he was like to have <hes> sections that are very modernist like calling on radio and and he <hes> he he wrote this enormous score uh that is you are unraveling this mystery the music is back masking it's playing in. I hate to say the word clever because that can come across as being dismissed but I was like Oh this ties in this actions of the brain that that create emotion that's in ends of tricks are very very effective if they're deployed right and films and Avon anything he's seen or heard and so you see that happen you see the the jigsaw puzzle falls into place for him Daniel said well what if we actually go in a way it's it's like he's musically rewinding on everything he's contemplated and it creates this sort of swirling <hes> sensation is that and it's you know it's it's a stick on a hi hat but it's played in in reverse <music> so motherless Brooklyn a working dirt Lionel the type of guy who's only out to solve the murder of his friend it it becomes sort of what the larger film is about to which is just that that it's I say no people who look after each other and and actually you I don't like them a character that reminds us that empties important is Motherless Brooklyn is in theaters today thanks to our guests Edward Norton I'm Calero we'll be back in a moment on world cafe.

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

24:54 min | 10 months ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"He's been in American history X.. Fight Club Byrd man the Grand Budapest Hotel Moon Rise Cain why even go on so many wonderful things I believe I real movie primal fear it's about going into nihilism and coming back up and out into self recognizer by that and they're all right all right I think the best things give you I live right in that disorientate things I have to absorb them because I live within them literally and let's say the further people's life experience gets in its detail from the detail of taxed the less activated it gets as a story right there might be my issues with the Bible absolutely no connection that says that the the whole Judeo Christian construct of story he's gets more and more difficult to access the further people get from a world in which they recognize themselves in it and by the way that's what a great rabbi he's does is help you see transparent again but it gets harder and harder right yeah you so like if people see a fight club or anything else and see themselves lives in it they go wow this is about me it's about us it becomes your document yeah when I was trying to communicate to people about me Louis Brooklyn and wanting to make it you test your line out like in the shop I get to meet Robert Evans the fails the town do producer on the first movie I made walked me over to his office on the paramount Latin because tell me about remember if you can if you can tell me in one line tell me three lines it's a hit if you can tell me in one it's a blockbuster you know what I mean these rules and I was like well rabbi and a priest who are best friends and they both fall in love with the same girl it goes that's a blockbuster of course it was not great movie I forgot about that one the first one you direct it yeah yeah so I tried I tried to I kind of would say to people so it this is like a a big period epic about you know what happened in New York but all told through a terrific detective with OCD and people literally like there is cross and they're like they're like they're like they're like we're we're in the Norton business generally you on this one on this one you know you're like backwards to the door as you're describing but I actually as I refined it I started saying forrest Gump rainman goodwill hunting as much as Chinatown or L. A. confidential right because sometimes people look at genre and they go through very will do I am I into that or not right but to me what is really a truism is there are certain films what they're functioning the hook is actually rooting for an underdog ed what you're saying good will hunting brain man forrest gump these kind of movies when you meet someone who's got an affliction and you root for them it's not because of yeah yeah yeah you feel better about yourself yeah and number one you identify because whether you're a simpleton or working class genius you're none of those things but you go I know what it feels like to be underestimated and then you go you go anywhere that character wants to go I think actually like you don't really remember the plot of forrest gump it's a much more politically to the movie than people remember but you just kind of you go watching this guy navigate the world while I was GonNa say with him the interesting thing about forrest gump yes it does that thing where we all feel misunderstood right but then that movie in particular the reason it made a billion or whatever the fuck it made is I can work and I can be kind there's a roadmap to success even if you don't have a one sixty I q so it's almost like a triple wish fulfillment in a in a weird way it's like you're misunderstood but but but through the the the right actions and stuff I can control I can still become it it sort of says Blake that goodness trump is important and by the way that's what I mean you forget that movies written by Eric Roth who is like one of the greats it tends to get reduced to life is like a box of chocolate or I'm not as smart man but I know what love is right yeah which is the worst that was the worst time hangs impersonation ever but you forget that he's horribly abused by people she is raped by her father gets AIDS DIS it's about how America eight itself and did not treat each other well the the movie is about the country dissolving into unkindness while he stays kind it's my favorite line is sorry for ruining your Block Panther Party are ruining Whoa Okay we've theorize I'm also we knew we were gonNA solve a lot of things we both knew that we haven't even got things we love fight probably what your desires will be we're gonNA walk through your life a little bit as WanNa hear how you guys met Oh yeah you want to start there because I remember in detail and I'll own all my own bags where where where did we actually meet we were vehicle yeah I picked you up when I was dating K we picked you and Shawn up from a very small airfield in Muskoka in somewhere on -Tario Canada and we oh I can tell you verbatim what was said in the car I got very triggered I'm dyslexic as you know carrie run a lot of baggage that people don't think I'm smart and I said at one point was driving you were in the backseat with Shauna I go I'm a bit of a Di Wire you're in the back seat and you go you mean diy are do it yourself and I was like who the fuck is this this guy thinks he so smart point yeah I got I got I was like Oh my well I I you know when Meyer use so that the the fact that I was in Monica's fulltime jobs correcting the many things incorrectly I mean it's a fulltime job you're like a joke when.

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"CBS FM who's on the line. Theresa where are you calling from? Oh, good for you. Okay. What for the year? Twenty nineteen is the most popular breed of dog in America. Retriever? Way to go. Congratulations. You got tickets. See Tony Bennett in concert. Nice job. Breath. Wealthy. Could be. CBS FM six twenty seven. In the beach. I think I know what people wanna hear when I wake up, Shannon. Big creek CBS FM. Six thirty one of the big chill on national Louis Louis day at my think that's an honor of our executive producer that Louis Louis. Brooklyn's own Louis Louis him while it's really not got him. Richard berry who wrote the song. Originally recorded. Thank you got paid like two hundred dollars. It was back. Louis Louis day today on USA. There's other things. And Charles van Doren has passed away. I wasn't around at least. I mean that was a round, and I didn't wasn't old enough to watch television. What year was this was back in the I think in the early fifties. I guess that I've heard about it is a game show stand read about it. Yeah. There they were doing that's back. When game shows I kind of took popular that's when TV started to get my pillow. You're right. He.

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:35 min | 1 year ago

"louis brooklyn" Discussed on 600 WREC

"History Pepe temple twentieth. All time meeting tonight between the two close series house late at ten nine over the Tigers. The Tigers though have won eight of the last fourteen matchups between the two teams as we mentioned it started back in the nineteen fifties up here in Philadelphia and the non conference Porsche both teams had five victories during that span. Of course, played in couple types as well split a couple of meetings there, but the big thing I think is the America play. Of course, both charter members of the league and thirteen and fourteen right now the house over five four lead at American poi- last year, they met here at temple January. The twelfth of two thousand eighteen crowd of six thousand two hundred thirty eight were there, and it was a game that went back and forth for actually most of the first half day. They're tame actually took a bunch of elite. It was thirty one thirty at the innovation as. Couple had at one point advantage over the Tigers. Temple did start the second point later. Thirty seven thirty two Tigers thirteen Ron got back into a lead. And they went out to forty five thirty seven tipple came back with a run of their own a swap runs in that game the second half temple the last went down by nine. Are. They came all the way back actually to tie the basketball game ahead of nine. Nothing explosion to tie it. And then the last minute. The teams went back and forth. Parks gave the Tigers. The three point lead over drained a three two tied at sixty one all with one fourteen left on the clock. And the Tigers had a chance the final and regulation Chabal Johnson's three best the overtime tied at sixty one all the overtime parks, but the Tigers in front sixty three sixty one, but then temple actually rallied at they had a pair of three-point leads during that over time. The last one coming at sixty nine sixty six. Then the Tigers made their little rod. They got back to the lead. They went in front actually, seventy three to seventy two the end of the game was tied once again. After that it came down to one final play is the Tigers on a actually throw in the ball bounced off a temple player right to kore- Bruton. Did he do hit a three point field goal pie? Broten able to Tigers the lead seventy five seventy two and then course, Allston missed along with the buzzer. As a Tigers escape Philadelphia winning by score of seventy five seventy two last year freshman, guard course, Nate Louis Brooklyn, New York lead the owls a career high twenty three points. She is Austin at nineteen o b at yoga, Springfield, Virginia. Senior double w eleven points, ten rebounds map is led by junior guard Jeremiah Martin for Mitchell twenty six points that was a game high. Mike Parkes, the junior Audubon Ohio edit twelve points junior David Davenport, Gainesville, Georgia junior guard Korean Bruton out of Claxton, Georgia, of course, at ten points each. The Tigers went last year up here. Philadelphia. If you're wondering the record for coach penny. Hardaway now university bedfellows as coming along. With a twelve and six overall record is eight five nine conference now Ford one versus bows out of the American. He has no record time it gets temple. And no record all time, of course against the veteran. Head coach Fran Dunphy AL's head coach Frank Duffy has a winning record five and a four all time against our university of Memphis Tigers today's date, Jeff, we'll have a busy day once again as we're in a January conference play like we usually are twenty eight times out on this date. Tigers went excellent record Twenty-three wins and five losses. State at school history. First game back in nineteen twenty one thirty three thirteen win at home over Memphis tech, high school last eighty four eighty three lost to ECU at FedEx forum in two thousand sixteen but on this date the Tigers. Of course, I've Twenty-three winds at eight game winning streak for nine hundred forty one thousand nine hundred seventy five game winning streak was snapped in that loss, of course to ECU back in two thousand and sixteen others date though in nineteen ninety eight tick price in his first year. Brought the Tigers backup base to Washington DC take on Georgetown Tigers went in nine and six hundred three game winning streak. Georgetown, butter the veteran. John Thompson was ten at six, but they're attain that was beset by injuries academic problem suspension to transfers, but they were in the new MCI center, which you know, about Jeff downtown Washington DC fourteen thousand eight forty eight were there in the MCI center and a forty three thirty five lead for the. Tigers in that first half is a great one by Detrick Golan who had sixteen first-half points for the university of Memphis. But then they physicality Georgetown took over in the second half, Omar Sneed fouled out of the game for the Tigers on a big v file as a really he didn't like to call that was a technical foul couple of things happened. But down the stretch they missed Ovar Snead as Georgetown finally was able to take the lead after he went out. But the Tigers did quit they came back caught up again at sixty nine all, and then it went right down to the wire. But a couple of big plays at the end by a guy that was a bruiser for the Georgetown was Babacar. Aw, a big forward. He had a couple of late field goals. And it was a ended up seventy three sixty nine in favour, Georgetown. They eked out a win to barely edged. The Tigers game Boubacar Adam Senegal had a big double double eighteen points, eleven rebounds. David, jeff. Persson chipped in California for the Tigers Detrick golden Kingsbury high school game Twenty-three what a AB had Omar state the junior at Beaumont at eighteenth. Syndergaard Harry Allen from Norristown Pennsylvania finished with twelve points. Jeff you remember the ninety seven ninety eight Tigers or seventeen at twelve at the end of the season is very controversial one out to play Fresno state second round of the postseason IT March sixteenth nineteen ninety eight. Well, there was a shot after the buzzer facials role that good eighty three eighty Fresno state. And that was not a good field goal attempt. I cannot believe they missed that. Call and talk to shark escaped with a win over the Tigers eighty three eighty added Fresno..

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"louis brooklyn" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

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"Protesters make noise outside while conversations about racial equity in the region happen inside i michael kao who live in the newsroom temperatures are dropping this morning we'll have traffic and weather together at six ten anyone who thinks st louis can work through its deep racial divide in three years five years or even a decade is living in a fantasy world sosas charlie cooksey with a group forward through ferguson a panelist at a group discussion hosted by the nine network of st louis she says her group has launched the hashtag s t l twenty thirty nine a mere twenty thirty nine is actually 25 years after the death of michael brown and we tell us this sierra because research tell us that it takes at least a generation to see till racially alcohol change with their each with the stock verdict still fresh in everyone's minds cooks he was taking part in a programme called moving toward racial equity in st louis brooklyn newsradio eleven twenty kmox today all twowoman meghan green is expected to officially introduce her bill to legalize the sale of marijuana in the city of st louis they'll be some longlines downtown tomorrow morning all to get an early taste of the famous shake shack burgers and fries let's go live now to kmox is brian feldman on washington avenue and brian can you explain all the hype well it's a pop up for shake shack which is going to open it's first location in st louis it'll be in the central west and later this year but tomorrow from eleven a m until three thirty p m shake check is partnering up with parana pasta at six thirty four washington avenue for a one day of then just to get a taste of what is going to be like for the first shake shack in the hometown of its founder danie meyer we have gotten word came lex at least five thousand people have signed up to go to the shake check pop up at toronto passed on washington avenue however the rspp does not guarantee entry now we wanted to know how construction is going on these central west and location for shake jack a spokesperson tells us construction is moving along they are still planning for it two thousand seventeen opening however no specific opening date has yet been released reporting live in downtown st louis brian feldman newsradio eleven twenty kmox you you get a parking ticket in the.

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