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"Industry posted a surprisingly strong June quarter with a reported emphasis on not Apple. A piece from Bloomberg had apple's iPhone making partner reporting revenue equal to about $1.1 billion U.S., that beat analyst expectations by about $100 million. Mentions of apple and not apple were a particular interest. While the Bloomberg piece did point to strength for iPhone in the June quarter as good for Foxconn, it also pointed to worrying signs tied to Mac and iPad shipments that were down from the year ago quarter. There's plenty to cheer Foxconn on though, given the potential for a downturn in consumer appetite for gadgets, says Bloomberg, that's when these companies have been expanding its revenue from corporate customers, logging solid sales and its cloud and network computing products in July. Additionally, there's Han heis planned push into electric vehicles, the piece says the world's largest contract manufacturer has targeted 5% market share in EVs in 2025. Despite points pointed by Bloomberg, TF and her national analyst Ming Chi quo seems to think it is still iPhone that's buttering Foxconn's bread. On high precision industry posted about its earnings on Twitter on Wednesday and offered a bit of guidance. Quoting the post, we achieved the highest ever second quarter revenue and net profit attribute to the parent company first half 2022 revenue totaled about $96.8 billion U.S.. Based on current business outlook, we raise full year performance to growing from roughly flat. That prompted Twitter star and TF international analyst Ming Chi quote responded a couple of Twitter posts wherein he indicated higher prices on the way for iPhone. The first Twitter post said Han high slash Foxconn is one of the winners of the increased average sales price of iPhone 14 series. I estimated iPhone 14 series ASP would increase by about 15% versus iPhone 13 series ASP to 1001 $1050 U.S. to the two iPhone 14 pros price hikes and higher shipment proportion. While most expect Apple to deep 6 iPhone menu this time around doesn't sound like the analyst is calling for higher prices for the entry level iPhone 14, just the ones at the pro end. EV corporate clients, Ming Chi quo indicates that Foxconn's good fortune is all about iPhone. Quoting his second Twitter post on high is the major electronics manufacturing service for iPhone 14 series with a 60 to 70% order proportion. So its revenue will markedly benefit from an increased iPhone 14 series ASP, no wonder Han high raises full performance to growing from roughly flat, so says young MC. Interesting story on The Motley Fool on Wednesday. Under the headline one emerging catalyst that Apple investors may have missed, the piece points out that in the June quarter, Apple sales nearly doubled in India. Of course, anybody listening to the June quarter earnings call would not nay could not have missed that. Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned it in his prepared remarks, Apple CFO Luca master mentioned it in his prepared remarks, Apple CEO Tim Cook mentioned it again in a question and answer about what Morgan Stanley analyst Eric woodring also there's some podcaster who keeps bringing it up. What's cool about the fool, they've got numbers. Guesstimate put apple's revenue from India operations at about $3 billion U.S. in fiscal 21. That's expected to rise to about 4 billion U.S. in fiscal year 22. Kind of small potatoes compared to the 392 billion or so in revenue apple is expected to pull in in fiscal year 22, but growth. And a good trajectory. The piece as the average selling price of a smartphone in India is $211 U.S.. The least expensive iPhone in India is $533 U.S. and yet there's apple making more money. Smartphone ASPs are said to be on the rise. And guess who will be there waiting with open arms? Well, the appetite for higher priced phones may be growing in the apple is working to make them more accessible. The Motley Fool piece points to apple producing iPhone 13 there now, it was also a report last week that Apple and Foxconn planned to produce iPhone 14 in India at launch rather than the country having to wait a quarter or two as it has in the past. Producing and selling iPhone in India eliminates import tariffs. That lowers the cost to consumers and that should generate more sales. Additionally, 5G is really just getting started in India. Motley Fool has Ericsson estimating that the country could be cranking through 500 million 5 G iPhones a year by 2027 with a population at 1.3 billion, half a 1 billion 5 G phones per year seems kind of high, even if the growth is not that robust though. Growth. Apple strong position in the premium end of the Indian smartphone market means that it is well placed to take advantage of this opportunity according to the fool. While the peace focuses on iPhone for India iPhone is just where it starts. As CEO cook told Morgan Stanley's woodring, iPhone tends to be the engine for markets like India, particularly at the beginning of creating the market there for Apple products. When Apple announced Apple TV plus, a lot of folks said it was going to fail. I wasn't sure how we would know that. I argued at the time that Apple TV plus didn't have to succeed by traditional metrics. With iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple watch, accessories, and a slew of services, Apple TV plus
"luca" Discussed on CodeNewbie
"News. And I guess another cool one. I'm really in love with health. Absolutely. Now the end of every episode we ask our guests to fill in the blanks of some very important questions. Luca, are you ready to fill in the blanks? Yeah. Number one, worst advice I've ever received is. Leave optimization for the end of the project. Oh, interesting, talk about that. Yeah, that's a pretty common one, I feel like. Tell me more about that. And I know it makes a lot of sense. You know, the spaces, but in VR, you have to run at, let's say, 90 frames per second. So if you open any normal video game, for example, let's say a 2D CarPlay video game in your phone. It runs at 24 frames per second. No one cares. So you finish building the game. It runs at 24 frames per second. Don't go. You don't need to optimize that, you know? In VR, you have the same of that form. But now you are doing 3D with two cameras, so it's twice the power that you need. And you need to run it at 90 frames per second. And if you go to 89, it's a no go. You can not release the game. You can never fail a single frame. So suddenly, if you leave optimization for the end, you will discover that not just you have to refactor code. Sometimes you have to redesign and we think entire section of your game. It's so important that games and experiences in general, they run well, and they look believable, but they never break immersion and for breaking immersion meaning, yeah, having some problems.
Chicago pounds out 15 hits, beats Texas 8-2 for series split
"The white sacks earned a split of their four game series by clobbering the rangers 8 to two Andrew Vaughn belted a two run Homer among his three hits Luis Robert laced the two run double and AJ Pollock double twice in his three hit game Larry Garcia had three hits and scored twice for Chicago which had 5 of its 15 hits go for extra bases Garcia started at short in place of Tim Anderson who began serving a two game suspension Lucas giolito gave up one run in 5 hits on 6 singles and three walks to earn his second consecutive win The socks are within two games of the AL central leading twins I'm Dave ferry
Haaland nets twice on EPL debut as City beats West Ham 2-0
"Erling Holland scored twice in his Premier League debut as Manchester City opened its latest title defense with a two nil win over West Ham Holland put city ahead with a penalty kick in the 35th minute and tallied in the 65th City had difficulty breaking down the hammer's defense before Holland scored after being hauled down by goalkeeper alphonse areola He's the first city player since Sergio Agüero in 2011 to score twice in his EPL debut Areola entered the game following an injury to Lucas fabianski in the 29th minute I'm the fairy
The Greatest Weight Loss Misconceptions With Dr. Ashley Lucas
"Are the greatest misconceptions that you identified when it comes to losing weight and keeping weight off and talk to us about starvation diets and calorie counting and things like that. Yeah, you know, when you go to your doctor and you got some weight to drop they're likely going to tell you that you just need to exercise more and eat less. But when you really dive into the literature behind that, we understand it's not as simple as that. The body is much more complicated than just that simple equation. And let me interrupt you here. Eric put that photograph of the vest up. Let me just be explicit. I did that with no extra exercise. I mean none, okay? I walk the dogs every day, I swim down again, but that loss 34 pounds wasn't because I started running marathons every week. It's because of her system. Sorry, I just wanted people to understand. I didn't become a triathlete to lose the weight. I just went on your system, so please carry on doctor. Yeah, I mean, to burn ten pounds of fat, you would have to cycle 1000 miles or ride your bike 1000 miles. And we just know that from an exercise component, it's helpful. Walking your dog like you do is important. It's good for your heart health and stress and mood and sleep, but the body just when you exercise above a certain amount, it almost holds on to the fat a little bit more. I have clients all the time coming in to see us saying that they're doing all of this different type of boot camp activity and they're still not dropping the weight. They're actually increasing in the amount of fat that they're carrying. So I don't want to say that exercise is not good, but there's just a certain amount that's not going to benefit. And actually genetics have a lot to do with if you're going to respond to exercise with dropping weight that's largely a genetic predisposition and a lot of people can increase exercise and not see the weight loss. So moving is great, but it's not going to allow for you to see the big drops of 30, 50, 100 plus pounds.
How Dr. Ashley Lucas Developed the PHD Weight Loss Program
"Let's go back to the beginning. So you're left ballet, you realize this was a challenge. You got all the qualifications, got your doctor, got your registered dietitians, a qualifications. How did you arrive at this system? How did you build it? Can you walk us through that? Sure, I mean, I understood in my research how we need to treat them metabolism during my doctoral work. So I understood that the body is much more complicated than calories in and calories out. And that is not the answer to sustainably dropping weight. And then when I was getting my registered dietitian license and completing the internship, I learned all the same material. They thought we needed to instruct people to eat less and move more and eat everything in moderation. And I just knew that I did that when I was dancing and it didn't allow for success. So I flipped all of that upside down. I did my own research and started to implement it first in my own life and my husband dropped 40 pounds where avid cyclists really healthy people, but we were still struggling with excess weight. I then started to work a lot with athletes, optimizing their body composition, enhancing performance. And what I found had this significant impact on athletes had a more profound impact on those of us struggling with excess weight. And right now, 72% plus of Americans are struggling with being overweight and obese. And that just allowed me to serve more people and we do what we say we do. We add massive value into the lives of folks and it just caught fire and now we've impacted thousands of people and are continuing to do so at a really speedy rate.
PhD Weight Loss's Dr. Ashley Lucas Describes Ketosis
"Explain, that's a very fashionable word, a ketosis explain what that means and how it fits into what you've developed. Sure, so ketosis is a metabolic state when your body is burning ketones for fuel. And that usually is required of the body to have us drop carbohydrate significantly. Let's say less than 20 grams of carbohydrates a day. So that's maybe just some green leafy vegetables in the diet and no other vegetables or fruits, for example. It's not a bad place to be. Many people really thrive in this area. It's okay. But it is a little bit difficult a bit more restrictive and I want to make sure that we're creating something that is as least restrictive as possible and sustainable. And so that's why we work with each individual uniquely to see what they tolerate and what we might need to look at during the weight loss phase.
Dr. Ashley Lucas Describes the Success of the PHD Weight Loss System
"The system just seems to be so obvious. Instead of locking yourself into a system that you can't maintain properly after you've lost the weight in which of course results in the spring back of all those pounds, as you explained it to me as Rachel is your team explained it to me. It's very simple. It's about chemistry. If you have weight you want to burn. You need to burn it. And if you're eating stuff that your body will burn instead of burning the fat, you never gonna burn the fat. So this is why cutting sugars minimizing carbs in the beginning is how you, in my words, you reset the body chemistry. It worked for me, tell me what I'm getting wrong. What I'm oversimplifying, but explain how the PhD system gets these incredible results. It really is doctor gorka that some have to teach the body how to burn fat for fuel. And nearly every cell in the body prefers to work this way metabolically, but we don't let it by the way that we've been told to eat. And so what we need to do is find that unique place that unique carbohydrate tolerance level where we can get the body into burning fat. For the majority of us, I want you to think that this excess fat weight is locked away in a freezer store that you can't access. So you're hungry all the time. You've got cravings. It doesn't feel good. There's inflammation as a result. And that can come out like knee pain, joint pain, poor sleep, that poor mood, but when we can unlock these freezer stores when we can teach the body how to burn fat for fuel, then this is when you can see this much more effortless pain weight loss. And by finding your unique carbohydrate tolerance level, it doesn't mean that you've got to be keto or very low carb or follow the Atkins diet, but it's going to be unique to you. And that's what we do is we create this customized meal plan to get each person in their unique state of fat burn.
Sebastian Welcomes Dr. Ashley Lucas to the Show
"I've lost 34 36 pounds an hour already, my wife has lost over 25. And it's all thanks to doctor Ashley Lucas and I've invited her one on one. Doctor Lucas, welcome to America first. Thank you. Thanks, doctor gorka for having me. All right, so this isn't an extended promo. This is about you. This is about your life story. And just trying to talk some sense into this whole concept of being the right weight and how so many systems are stupid starvation systems or calorie counting and all that goth. So I found your story originally when we chatted fascinating. So tell us how you got into the industry and originally your struggle with the whole question of healthy weight and the right weight. Yeah, so I spent my first 25 years training at the classical ballet dancer. And I was chronically met with injury. I had stress fractures in my back and my feet. I was always under eating and over exercising to achieve this aesthetic that is demanded by ballet. Right, so you've got to be as light as a butterfly, but then able to dance around for hours on stage. This is the dichotomy. That's right. It's so tough. And I had a pretty successful career because I just constantly bought through it and danced through one injury after another. And the cumulation of my career, I found myself performing up in New York's every dancer's dream. But instead of finding myself up there in the spotlight, I found myself in the ER. I thought I was having a heart attack. I didn't know what was going on, but after a whole bunch of different tests, the physician said that I was simply underfed and over exercised and I just couldn't do it anymore. So then what happens? What was your big life decision? Tell us about the journey from there to where you are today. Well, I was devastated. Like any professional athlete, it was my identity. Didn't have any idea what I wanted to do, but I knew the significant impact nutrition or really lack thereof had on my own sport performance. So I went on and I studied exactly that. I earned my PhD in sports nutrition and chronic disease. And studied what happens to our metabolism when we chronically under eat when we die at all the time.
Dr. Ashley Lucas: Debunking Myths in '5 Steps to Reset the Scale' Book
"Of the big myths about weight loss is the first thing I learned is this idea that you got to starve yourself with a dramatic caloric reduction and PhD weight loss sort of explodes that myth. Talk about that because that's covered extensively in the book 5 steps to reset the scale that's out this week. Let's talk a little bit about that because most of us think you really got in order to lose weight. You got to starve yourself. Yeah, we're told that we need to eat less and move more, but we know that the body is so much more complicated than that. Our body is not controlled by calorie sensors. And if you really dive into the research and you look at what happens when we severely restrict calories, it's actually shuts down the metabolism. There is increased depression and anxiety and we find that it's just not sustainable and we relapse, regain all the weight that we've dropped. So severely restricting calories being hungry, white, knuckling it if you're dropping weight, just isn't the answer. Maybe you'll drop a bit of weight or a lot of weight, but it's likely to come back. And so we really focus on creating sustainable change and you got to enjoy what you're eating. And I would say that's true for you, Mike, right? I know that was one thing you were really nervous about. It was. He thought that you were going to have to eat like a rabbit and not be able to go to Wendy's, but we've been able to keep that in.
Haggerty hits pinch homer and M's hang on to beat Yanks 8-6
"Pinch hitter Sam haggerty opened the 7th inning with the go ahead Homer Andres muniz escaped the bases loaded jam in the 9th and the Seattle Mariners hung on for an 8 6 victory over the Yankees Haggerty batted for left handed hitting Jared Kellen against left hander Lucas ludic and broke a 6 6 tie by lifting a one O cutter into the left field stands His pitch is all would come into a right hander so you're definitely looking at trying to get something out over the plate that was going to come in and you know I was just fortunate enough to find a barrel The Mariners victory came just hours after a busy trade deadline across the league including in New York The yanks traded Jordan Montgomery and Joey Gallo ahead of Tuesday's game Krishna Arnold New York
Judge 2 HRs, top majors with 36 as Yankees beat Orioles 7-6
"Aaron judge Homer twice and drove in four runs as the Yankees held on to beat the Orioles 7 to 6 judge hit a three run shot in the third and then a solo blast in the 5th both off starter and loser Tyler wells He was happy to set the tone for the series They came out swinging You know they got some good bullpen guys back there too but coming out here and be able to get this first one in the series and hopefully come here tomorrow and take the series will be a big time Yankees reliever Michael king left the game with an apparent elbow injury Lucas litke got the win while clay homes earned his 17th save Craig heist Baltimore
Giménez homers, Guardians roll past White Sox in 8-2 romp
"The guardians came out of the all star break by earning their fourth straight win 8 two over the White Sox All star Andres Jimenez hit a two run Homer while Cleveland scored four times in the first inning Josh naylor added an RBI single and a two run double and Stephen Quan went three for 5 with two runs scored Cal Cointreau won his third straight start and beat the White Sox for the second time in 12 days giving up two runs and 5 hits Loser Lucas giolito was pulled after just three innings Charged with 6 runs and seeing his ERA jumped to 5 12 Cleveland is one and a half games off the AL central lead I'm Dave
Judge, Higashioka HRs power Yanks over Rays 4-3, 13th win 14
"The Yankees used the long ball to lengthen their latest winning streaks by topping the race four to three The win was the Yankees 13th straight at home 6 straight overall and lifted them 30 games over a 500 with exactly 100 games still to play Aaron judge homered in the first to put New York up one nothing his major league leading 25th of the season Then a less likely power source catcher Kyle higashioka hit just his third Homer a three run shot in the 5th There's some days where other people are gonna have to step up and we have the kind of team that you know guys can do that So you know it's just we know that that needs to happen The race close to within four three in the 8th and had two runners on base but Lucas litke got Brett Phillips to fly out to preserve the lead Tom Arian New
Shots Fired at Graceland Cemetery in Racine
"Another shooting in racing Wisconsin at a funeral home, right now, or at least at a funeral site as a cemetery, not maybe not a funeral at home, but at a cemetery. As the family of a a young young man man named named de de chante chante Lucas Lucas king king senior senior was was being being laid laid to to rest rest after after being being killed killed by by police police in in a a police police dispute. dispute. According to some of the reports, it was involving a, I believe a high speed pursuit at some point in somehow there was a dispute between him and the police. You know, if I was a bit man, I'd bet it involved some guns and other stuff that would have probably resulted in the shooting. And as his family is laying him to rest at the cemetery, there is a gunman that apparently gets out. I don't know if he's shows up on foot or gets out of a vehicle, and he begins opening opening fire on the people there at the funeral site.
Santander's 3-run HR in 9th leads Orioles past Yankees 9-6
"Anthony Santander had a three run walk off Homer off Lucas litke in the 9th as the Orioles beat the Yankees 9 to 6 to avoid a four game sweep DJ le mayu tied the game at 6 6 with an RBI single in the top of the 9th off Jorge Lopez Brandon Hyde's team salvaged the final game of the series against the hottest team in baseball We lost three pretty close game two one run games here against the Yankees and then when the last game of the series hopefully we can start to continue to take these sort of bats going forward John Carlos Stanton singled homered and drove in three runs for New York Robinson Shireen had a two run Homer for the Orioles Felix Bautista got the win to even his record at one and one Craig heist Baltimore
How the Heck Did Chris Stigall Lose 90 Pounds?
"Let's reach out to the man that keeps Philadelphia seen every single morning. A.m. 9 90s, the answer we call him crystal, but I'm not sure he is because I see this svelte individual is fit individual. He doesn't have the COVID extra 30 pounds. Is that really Chris? Brother, it is. It's me 90 less these days. I've got it. I'm trying to show off. I'm trying to strutting around the world. I went to a awards ceremony last night and people said, you look good. Yeah, 26 pounds. That's how good I look. And then you say yes. A small man on you like I was. I mean, I was a husky fella, you know that. You had, you know, you got what, a couple of pounds to lose. And you look great. I was, I was getting into that sort of, I don't know. You could have had a guy wires attached to me and entered me in as afloat in the Macy's day parade. I was getting that size. All right, before we talk about disgusting things like politics, let's share our happiness at what we've both done. I'm the amateur, you're the pro. I did this with amazing woman doctor Ashley Lucas at PhD weight loss and nutrition. My wife and I, 5 weeks, 26 pounds for me, 18 for her with super happy guys if you're interested, I'll give you the details later. How the hell did you lose 90 pounds, dude? I mean, I could plug him if you want me to. Yes, he's also a waiter. That's true. All right. His next doctor Rick tagg, TA GUE, doctor Rick tag at a place called the center for nutrition. And my old stomping grounds and my kind of original hometown of the Kansas City metro area. Doctor tig is spectacular. He put me on a weight loss program and I dropped 90 pounds from January to October of last
People Need to Give Their Sons Better Names
"I'm searching today and I come across the most popular names of 2021. Now listen to this. Those popular boy names of 2021 were Liam, Noah, Oliver, Elijah, James, William, Benjamin Lucas, Henry and fedor. The girls were Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Amelia, Ava. Sophia Isabella, Mia Evelyn and Harper. I love that I think 6 or 7 of them ended in a a lot of my ex-girlfriend the next large names ends at a's. I don't know why. I think that's very feminine and beautiful, but those boys names sound like the perfect fit for the new generation of soy boys. Do they not? Come on. Where's Debbie? Where's Donna? Where's Joey? Where's John? I'm not even gonna ask where Frankie Vinnie Morocco are. But we need those names back in circulation. Listen, if you're home and you can't get your car started, you're not gonna call your buddy Elijah to help you. If you're on the side of the road and there's some fucking problems going on, no is not coming. No it's not coming. Benjamin, I don't think Lucas is going. You know, I was coming, Frankie Joey and Vinny, they're gonna come help you. Frankie joining me are gonna bring the shovel and the bag a lot, and they're not gonna ask the question. Just gonna start digging. These fucking names, Jesus. I will say I'm happy to see the name James making a comeback because I was getting tired of coaching kids named Declan and durban and all these,
UN: Record number of people without enough to eat in 2021
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Prof. James Lindsay Describes the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory
"This before, but I have to do it again for the record across all of the stations, the 300 stations we broadcast to the millions of listers and viewers because it really, to this day I find it shocking James that you really, and I did this in my second book. You can really map the thinkers of the new left. You can map the individuals who came up with these dastardly ideas. They have names. They have schools. They have institutions that they penetrated. So let's start with the basics. Who peopled the Frankfurt school and what did they believe in? So give us some of the big names and what they thought of western civilization. Okay, so the Frankfurt school for the listeners who don't know is that the institute for social research that was set up at guard to university in Frankfurt, Germany. That's why it's called the Frankfurt school. Its original name was the institute for Marxism, but its financiers like Felix veal thought that that was a little bit too on the nose. And so they changed the name to the institute for social research. The kind of big players at the time would have included in the formative years before it actually came together. And he went to prison. Antonio gramsci, the Italian Marxist who basically outlined the idea of the long march to the institutions as it later got named, but he was only kind of tangential. The other big names that have been Gustav von schmoller, for example, and George Lucas laying the architecture, working with max horkheimer, who became one of the most significant directors in the late 1920s through the 1940s, Theodor adorno, Herbert marcuse, these are major influential names and figures in 20th century Marxism. And their goal was to reinvent Marxism to take over the western context rather than peasant societies like Russia and China. Because and correct me if I'm getting this wrong, but people like gramsci and others saw this success of Marxist ideology in very backward third world nations very agrarian post feudalistic ones like China in 48 and saris thrasher in 17, but they saw an incapacity of Marx's amox marxian ideas to gain traction in well developed a first world nations with a strong judeo Christian basis. So their idea was, there isn't going to be a class consciousness suddenly erupting in a revolution, therefore we have to subvert existing institutions from the outside. Is
"luca" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"I'm talking to Lucas miles he has written a number of books. The book I'm holding in my hand is the Christian left. And you are the one of the co hosts of the church boys podcast all over the place. You live in this world and you've seen this, I just imagine, since I had lost friends, you've probably lost friends who they simply don't understand where you're coming from. Yeah, I mean, I shared this in several places that in 2016, we lost about 40% of our church for and I didn't wear Red Hat. I didn't have a Trump banner on the stage. I didn't talk about even endorsing particular candidates, but I did a series teaching about biblical views related to issues of the election of the upcoming election 2016. We had about 40% of our church leave over about a 30 day point. That sounds very healthy. It sounds like they finally realized, uh oh, I guess I'm not a Christian. I'll see you later. Yeah, that's kind of what happens, kind of what it felt like. And look, I'm going to red state with a super majority, but we're in a blue county. Look, this is a healthy sifting. People have to deal with these issues. There's no way around it. And the idea that politics can be divorced from faith or faith from politics, that's another cudgel that the left uses simply to shut up. Yeah, silence you. People of faith. I mean, imagine wilberforce saying, my faith compels me to use the political process to abolish the slave trade, tons of people in his day, told him, keep your faith to yourself. We're not interested in your faith. And he thought, well, I'm interested in doing what God calls me to do, and I'm going to do it, and I'm going to live with the results. I mean, this is exactly what we've seen in the book of acts of basically, look, I appreciate what you're saying, but I'm going to listen to God instead of you. And I'm going to show up in the temple the next day in preach. I think the decision that every single Christian has to make is, are we going to just bow down to the state? Are we going to bow down to the government or are we going to submit to
"luca" Discussed on Everyday Talkies
"I am. I mean it's interesting. Because pessimism needs to study then see. Luca has debunked pessimism can lead in missouri angus. Who who knows what us is. The garden will find solace because range with the human and maybe find out by the being worshiped is not as good as you know. Having the neck being friendship to and relate kimball the guards live and he'll be like maybe it's just become things with people and not have them ship us because that leads to religious wars guys. If you'll see that these students stories. He's actually skated us. Give us go ahead victim. I deny give you come on any donated retired in. This could be in the next pixar movie but obviously after that etc check done because although we rely on addicts word of kill them but did this would be a nice movie. All the gods hang out together and Suddenly sent back toward all of them and they have to deal with all the shit. That religion has been getting before Just next masterpiece idea we have to end up because this this has been your review of lacob diverted halfway through but it was. It was nice next. Go to listen to bonus content and for puna scott. I don't know there are no the blackhawks just into us gordon. Iced coffee governor is follows everywhere and that issue any recommendations. Do hit us up then. Thank you'll be optimistic. Smiling dot goodbye and santa motorola. Thank you for listening to this episode. Follow us on social media and do let us if you want to be part of the next episode. Live long and prosper..
"luca" Discussed on Everyday Talkies
"Boris rico over. We'll just you realize what also is named after gate know steamed after broncos. So what's yeah. Yeah it was that sort of public predict. He's a big fan of music and he wanted to me like so what happened was he wanted to name the beam caddick lucas. It also but then instead he ended up naming the city. And you begin agudo and bogo dialing means hundred. Matab is basically something her that doesn't really like the boy he likes. Sustain this and so like innovates league the stories about coming out of his whole land seeing the world excluding the word look at now. Things are becoming clearer. I guess yeah so the up right. That was the plot point. Which i think everything from stock towards the this little girl who wants to win. And there's this long national. Who is this person man like he does. That's side mean article. Also he says what happened names man if that's a and this. Is this obsession with killing munsters and his obsession meaning and you know swing of his westbound and one thing west but it is wanted. This will be like what was like i understand. I get but i'm sure there was some money. Come on halloween. probably rodney. I mean obviously like this comes out recipe gonna like satellite crazy legs. They are already one of the moms who the snake and like seventy five years ago. He's not even know. It's nope excited i mean. What's the kids early you know. They're like our best. Buy a sponsored us so we have been speculating thinking as and when these against a little up they're going to want to buy as conspiracy and by the time the grew up these vessel vintage and become extremely costly well. Disney has been westwards. Some muslim marketing. But i'm of this. Foil had curious reasoning the long game. And who knows maybe new virus something but have you ever heard on which has swimming cycling editing pasta. I mean i could do one of those many. I don't know whether it'd be eating pasta. Good enough i run. You can make pasta. I think that's the only thing i can make by style. Salami thing that actually looked been doing a lot of. I think you can take care of girls. Talk that guy in the somebody like luga walking on the sea. But you know watching. These movies have given me the innate feeling of becoming a sea creature. Imagine like porno or being have lifeboat underwater and above partner seeing them not afraid of all the challenges that these areas throw loops. It's absolutely amazing. Going like this whole different world which is not even explored and fighting on. You should read twenty thousand leagues into the sea in that case mark Anyway so that has been my weekly thousand into the leg Widow at wanting. And another thing i really appreciate about. This movie is that it doesn't abbott. Goldliq dark it slick It's a story that has meet with. It has serious at times and beans. Somebody's stuff late. Guy abandonment ben beans but they being feeling like an outsider. And isn't that did never goes dot for the secret like own just because these these boys that seem aunt's does it never goes into that thing like a village. Sara lee are takes up pitchforks implies to kill the monster as something that even when the big payoff is like. I'm gonna look in this one taken as a joke. As that is like a sense of lightness storage. Which i think goes really well and it's not lightness Lead lead Get out. God gets genius. But it's more late. Mrs at children's when we this is an an optimistic man of the endpoint of the goal is that at the end of the no matter if twenty what You can come together. You can Find acceptance in a in some cases. It's laid back because the liangelo luca who wants to go to school you're going to school Even though he's a on studying up it is a very old school optimism that artist and board. He said you don't see a lot in in movies at east and even in either listen to us Because people around us they want to watch movies I would say more eighty challenge. That's why people love The works who is what's known overall. I forgot his name. So don't looks off nolan movies. Which not guajardo sit down on. The side with open ended things. I am equally acceptable to have the place in which sometimes new movies. Which i don't know if you see them too little the i don't like i really don't consider these movies really tyrod's at maybe a teach us basic things. They beat you to be happy and innovative startled. Sense if you remember. It'll be his name for the early movies because which portrayed demon on girls ordinary negative fashion compartmentalized them in some way or the other and we talk about them. Not starting and i think business changing with the exciting thing that bad. They're trying to encourage an indian this things which just mentioned acceptance of people were not alec us and the education from the early age and all of that. So yeah i guess. I'm glad you brought that up. Because i think disney and acceptable have improved a lot In in dead approach to deflect making movies about god says like You know if this was. This was a meet. If luca was made like when he goes aboard would be aided by some Some actually some american guy avoid bit blit heat and it would be philosophy nope Wearing a it so me mighty or something. I don't know but I think they've done a lot to kind of really authenticate the conscious that bailing stories of that. I think that makes me on saudi leaning. Happy that they're actively trying to get the aesthetical get. Get the lead. Different cultures tell stories. They put example with orion does lake the story while it was like indiana jones type of i'd went just it kind of Also imported the holy east and saudi son of emphasis under religion and emphasis on The emphasis on food and by and wrote out what dragons might mean to us like something like that and with luca luca very much Feels like go in. And we'll italian. Weird field sacred was dictated by someone who grew up watching utopian cinema. Who would watching like. I've been watching a lot of med movies. Lately and watching nomad seem feeding that. I got watching watching new bucks. It's decent makers ignored inherently of the whole a monolith of american cinema does that has like a.
"luca" Discussed on Slick Talk: The Hospitality Podcast
"All right everybody. Welcome back to slick talk the hospitality podcast and again i'm your host will slickers and i'm really excited to have luca joining me today from journey and We're going to dive into your story. Luca it's wanna say thank you for being on the show and i'm excited to have beyond. Yeah thank you for having me. I'm excited to be on the show. Perfect well let's dive right in like we always do. I wanna know. Where did you get started in this. Whole short term rental and hospitality thing that we like to geek out on on the show. I'm curious to see where it all began for you. yeah Think about eleven years ago right now. Here in la. Actually i. i've moved originally from easily A moved here by thirteen years ago and started out. I in the luxury homes space very very beginning of airbnb actually and I was one of the first. Few people were doing all line. Advertising gujrat worse for luxury homes in la. We did pretty well but then quickly the space got saturday. But that's kind of how i start and got hooked into their all pathology game and we quickly than start managing this us full diamond. Basically listed on airbnb. that's thousands very beginning of of how star and the beginning of envisioning like something a little more efficient and our descendants were at vary very early stage of a brand new industry and So you round the gate. You're jumping into these luxury homes. What was the i think. Maybe the big moments or even the the almond we should. We should have this involved or we need this. We need that as you were starting to manage these properties on airbnb alone Where you guys opening to other channels or was it know. Channel distribution was communications revenue management. Like what were some stuff that you guys were taking away with that the whole segment. Yeah i mean definitely that was some of the thinking. But i think one one of the things that we noticed an ethic. That's where journey very much different than than the rest of companies in the short term rental spaces that we were looking at not necessarily what airbnb were doing wrong. Which officers many improvements and you health. There's some great companies that they've chief great dink's with it By making it more of a hotel plate right more on a professional Setting we were more looking what hotels were doing wrong And why where hotels and ground.
"luca" Discussed on The Nix
"Reserved the right to be thrilled or disappointed. Now are you still on the moebius as loki tip. Wow okay i'm gonna tell you. Tell me i'm wrong. Still going with it all right what else. We also both saw the finality. And we've talked about him till we did. That's the thing that happened. Yeah and we are note. I should tell you something. Yeah i think if you gave me a lineup of the inside of people's nostrils that i could point out elizabeth moss's nostrils to you. I am so tired of looking up. Elizabeth mosses flared nostrils. I could lose my shit moment. I'm over it and yet yes i'm gonna watch it 'til it's fucking over. I hate bradley whitford. I would like to take him out and just like have a conversation with whoever tried to make bradley whitford famous. Because i don't understand why he's payments used to be killed. I don't care what used to be. Who he's not he's smog. I want to punch him right in the piece. I mean he's supposed to be smarter now. He's mugging everything now. So what you've been saying. You want her to start. Killing man this was samantha samantha. Problem with the episode. I am actually okay with that. I mean yes to. I'm going to preface this with in real life. I m against the death penalty. i am against against revenge. killing. I am against eye for an eye. However that the fact that they chase that man down and beat the shit out of in scared and killed him in the woods did not bother me one fucking wit not one iota fine. That was not my problem with the show. What you think. I'm still curious about your problem with the show that it's just it's it's boring it's preachy. It's stupid it's unrealistic. Why did you watch it. I don't know just totally eight myself. I don't know because i'm a complete est. Spend time they spend enough time there. Yeah i wanna see what they're going to do there are enough. I do think that as much as i fucking hate serena joy i do think of on stravinsky. I think i've pronounced that regular. I think she's great. And i really like watching her thought. Joseph fines was good. I really enjoyed smear a widely. Loved the samir wiley and luke interplay and how it was obvious in the before world that they did not super carefree and yet they were they family family and they the fact that they said. I love you every single time. They left her room. I thought it was the this is what happens. After trauma was super fascinating. And idea. I will give it that. I the scene after the demand killing when she comes home and she's nicole and luke comes in and she knows she has to go and he doesn't even know what she's done but he can he can tell. Oh something's gone terribly terribly wrong and i actually don't want you to hold my baby. I'm not actually my baby but my baby you know type of thing. I thought that was a really good seen when she says i just need five minutes i know i have to go and i thought that was really interesting. I think for me this season i mean. I bailed out halfway through. Because i was like. They're never gonna get outta this fucking place that i can't do it anymore. So unhappy. they got out the change of setting..
"luca" Discussed on The Nix
"Wherever you are ready you can do it. Okay you're right. I can't bend over funny okay here. I am having really bad posture. All right welcome to the next where we talk about pop culture until we can't stand it anymore and we knicks it. I'm fanny darling. Justin heart tone as always a quick warning. There might be spoilers for anything. We talk about on this podcast but we will do our best to let you know. They're coming this episode. We're talking about the second season of the one animated show. I actually like central park. Plus pick luca and the movie adaptation of in the heights. All right so this is our plea to rate and review us on the apple. Podcast app pod chaser. Bean stitcher and cass box. Or wherever you find these. Brian fine programs. How you doing justin. I'm good happy. Pride happy pride. I wish we had more pride. He stuff although we'll get into it. I'm pretty good. There's some pride jason stuff here and if you count musicals animated things sure absolutely put it all in the same box. I think that's fine. So should we talk about in the heights first. Cheerless talking about in the heights i. We went back to the theater. I don't know how long i'm going to keep saying this line when stop saying it'll feel better like more. We have to say it the more you'll know we're still nervous about the world where i'm nervous about. So this is with men. Well maranda first musical before hamilton. But a group of characters in nyc's at neighborhood washington heights. It's getting the big screen treatment directed by john shoe of crazy. Rich asians fame. The cast includes anthony ramos. Jimmy smits corey hawkins and a few other people that you might recognize. There's so many of them yet. Into the now. I liked hamilton. I think we both law hamilton and liked it a lot and i did not know anything about it in the heights. I know it was a big hit on broadway. When did it come here. does it right no idea..
"luca" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"I mean there's there's just something great about seeing two boys kind of find each other in that way and the montage that i was talking about. Got me alterior. I believe ends with the two of them with their arms around each other looking out at the ocean but think it necessarily needs to be a romantic interpretation. Yeah and like again. Like they're just kids like and figuring out who they are. So i mean maybe the most explicit reading of this is just figuring out like what you want out of relationships period because what lew gets from juliet. Berto are very different as we've talked about like has like more confidence has more street smart whereas julia is a little more book smart. And he's equally fascinated with both parts of the world and as it turns out at the end he kind of gets to have his cake and eat it too. Yeah yeah i mean. Julius headed back to school in geneva. And we've already sort of had it set up that that luca would like to go but it costs money to go plus it. He's still afraid that it's a human thing. Albert obviously marks the mere idea of school and thinks it sounds really boring but in the end berto uses the prize money that they won in the triathlon to finance luca. Going off to school Yeah yeah he sells the vespa that they buy in order to let them go to school which is a huge step for him in emotional growth. So luca goes with julia to school. And julius dad massimo actually takes in alberta as sort of apprentice fishermen so he stays in puerto rico so with massimo and presumably will see luke again in the summer and shut out to the credit sequence the closing credits which are extremely studio jim. They've really reminded me of the my neighbor to- closing credits which also sort of alternate you know different drawings little hand drawings of the characters future. It made me wish that the animation. This movie had been even more low tech. I think it's trying to look less low tech than than classic pixar. But i mean on it made me. We should have been to d drawn. A nation because those characters were so endearing in the sidelines of edits and so you get to see their further adventures and also we should mention the post credits. Stinger that we spoiled with ugo is not plot necessary. It's just nice because yugo is such a distinct character..
"luca" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Yeah i think there's nothing wrong with the race part. It just doesn't feel quite up to the level of imaginativeness that the first half of the movie evinces but they're still imaginative stuff going on in the second half some of which involves the parents coming onto land. I really liked the parents first. Come to land and realized that they don't know what their son would look like as a human said they face this little piazza full of kids and and have no choice but to arrange to get every single one of these kids wet in order to see if they turn into the luca that they know those release cornaro so funny. Yeah the mom. Basically just kicks or hip checks every single child into the central fountain and the piano to the point that later on all the kids are still scared of them. Try to avoid them. I kinda loved about this part is it's almost not american in its lack of concern for those kids into the water. There's also the kids the parents into the bank when they writing luca and there's literally a little child crying over his lost ice cream cone in the water and they leave. They just move on. It's so funny. It's so so so funny. And i think like from being a little more cavalier about it Then trying to be like precious about like never push children which like again. Don't actually do that in real life but we know that already. Don't do that to me. That was just the logic of an old. Tom and jerry cartoon or something plea roll with it so to me. The most interesting conflict in the second part of the movie has to do with the sort of love triangle. And it's not romantic love and we can. We can talk later about the idea of gay subtext. Yes or no which has been much discussed re this movie. But let's just say a friendship love triangle forms itself among the three main kids. Luca alberto julia. When lucas starts to move his transference from from elbow julia right. I mean that really intense intimate friendship that we saw grew up between the two boys at the beginning doesn't come to an end but it changes in the way friendships. Change as you grow. Up and julia is a different friend. Who offers different things. She's human being obviously that she knows a different world. She also seems to be really into her studies. She only spent her summers in puerto rico so and goes to jennifer to school for the rest of the year with her mom. This is all established. Just really quickly in a conversation with her and luca but she seems to be kind of book. She has a book about the stars that look it gets fascinated with alburto..
"luca" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"The produced by david rosen patriot. If you like what we're doing maybe maybe subscribe check it out. The thing starts at three dollars for all the bonus content and then there's other teachers as well but Yeah check it out so Let's close this thing out with a piece of music. Speaking of music. And i was thinking. Do i have anything italian e sounding and i really don't think i do. I'm probably going to remember something that i've made for like a film at some point That i've just completely forgetting about as soon as i finish a putting this thing together and hitting expert on the mp three file. It'll be like damn. I shoulda used that but i can't think of it right now so instead i'm going to go with the music. I made for an iphone game many years ago Lawn this is like god is like ten years ago. I think it's called go fish. And you know he's got the whole aquatic kind of theme to it and so Plus it's very cartoony and everything in. Its graphical style. So i thought it'd be a nice little fit for this luca movie with its fish monsters in the whole under the sea thing so this is some of the music from this video. Game go fish. Which i would imagine. It's still available on the iphone app store. I don't know i'm android guy. So i don't have anything to go check to see if it's out there but it might be one of the first games i ever did music for It's a fun little game. So i don't know go check that out But otherwise check out the rest of my music. Because i have albums of course and my website by david rosenberg find out all about all that stuff so anyway Let's close this thing out with a piece of music from the game. Go fish and we'll be back more piecing it together coming out real soon. All points west production. Produced by. David rosen in las vegas..
"luca" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"So. I'll go with my next piece and this is why i'm sure is inspired. Bipan yo in a lot of studio ghibli stuff. That's last year. Wolf walkers of course this movie might be a little too new to truly be inspired by wolf walkers. But i do think it fits really well thematically and really good companion piece to that film as these two kids who also happen to be wolves and shape shift and are going adventure learning about friendship and you know similar kind of vibe in similar kind of Friendship story brought into these kinds of creatures. And you know which is so can only really unfold in animation. This way yeah. Great minds think alike wolf walker was absolutely one of the first films added to my list. I will go song of the sea cartoon saloon still a lot of very similar themes especially when it comes to the mythology. I think in both films being baked into landed being baked into the threat. And i think especially if you do the queer reading of luca you can see a lot of ties towards that and like homophobia within society so i think that's very rich. Bi both film and wolf walker is i think is a great comparison In any cartoon saloon love. I'm fully supportive of so. That's a great shout awesome awesome. So let's go onto the next piece. Do you want to jump into. Call me by your name since we just had a. Yeah that is my last pick. I mean it started two boys spending summer. In italy of the name luca. Obviously luca guadagnino directed. Call me by your name. Sure but i think it goes really deep knowledge of the queer reading of luca that you can clearly read into. It's coming out metaphor Especially towards the end. There's some lines of dialogue. that's just very on the nose and being open about who you are thinking more about just being proud and having a mentor ship. That makes you proud of who you are. One of the most underrated aspects of calling by your name is the jewish aspect of it. No more timothy shell maze. Character is not proud. He doesn't wear the star of david. He's not necessarily the. He says that the jews in hiding and oliver comes in and just like completely turns on its head and he's so proud of who is that. He inspires elliott to complete to start wearing the star of david. And just in general you have at the beginning of the film a boy who's not necessarily confident who he is still trying to figure himself out sexually and just in a ton of different ways and towards the end of that film due to this mentorship whether or not love was there is not really the point. You have that solid figure where it made me feel okay with who. He was in. Feel proud and luca as a two way street between the two characters I think it's quite beautiful. Beautiful aspect to call me by your name. And i think it's a beautiful aspect of luca whether or not you wanna have the queer reading. I think that's completely optional. By it goes deeper than that..
"luca" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Do here but It definitely looked interesting. And i'm sure call me by your name will come up more during this podcast making suspicion. Yeah it probably will but yeah. Let's start getting into puzzle pieces and we'll talk more about everything that goes on in this film along the way. But what do you got for your first piece. So my first fees is going to be a homey ezaki of film show. There was a film. But i'm more familiar with which is future boy conan. This is his early work very young miyazaki before he went to studio ghibli I think the dynamics. I mean if you watch that show and film compared to this. The dynamics are almost exactly the same granted. Not see monsters. We have this. Young boy grew up on an island has some unique powers. He meets this other boy go on adventures. They meet this young girl. Who's really strong. And it's basically the dynamics of luca As well as i mean as high as ocoee style which. I'm sure we'll get into even on this podcast. But i think this is a film that is very mundane at times. It very much so plays in the realm of kid. Drama the biggest drama really in this film as they want to win a race to go win vespa to buy a vespa. And there's this whole side powered there is important stuff here right there in this village where the sea monsters literally killed. They wanna kill these kids but it doesn't deal with that drama. It's all about like the hid side of it and future boy. Conan is very much the same. There's a lot of political drama and there's some very serious things going on but it's always framed around these kids just wanting to have fun and the dynamics. Almost perfectly translate into luca. So it's definitely like a comparison. I see awesome awesome. I've never seen that one. And i i will say i mentioned that i hadn't done a pixar movie on this show and i also haven't done a lot of animated films in general and i think part of the reason is that i don't see enough animated films. I try to see as many as i can. But i don't really get to all of them all the major ones and i do find a lot of the times when i do watch animated films. The first things my mind goes to our other animated films. They seem to like you know borrow from the other greats within the worlds of animation and so that makes sense. I'm sure it's gonna be a lot of animated things on this. And i i. It sounds like a really interesting piece. That future boy conan. Yeah animations work lives in its own little world which is exciting and also sometimes terrifying kind of get into sure. It definitely get that absolutely absolutely. Well i'll go for peace and this is a very obvious one. So i figured i'll get it out of the way i on and i usually try not to dig into the past of the same either director or in this case studio. But i'm going to go with. Pixar is finding nemo because going back to two thousand and three they were already dealing with these kind of societies under the sea of aquatic life and dealing with the whole culture..
"luca" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Do here but It definitely looked interesting. And i'm sure call me by your name will come up more during this podcast making suspicion. Yeah it probably will but yeah. Let's start getting into puzzle pieces and we'll talk more about everything that goes on in this film along the way. But what do you got for your first piece. So my first fees is going to be a homey ezaki of film show. There was a film. But i'm more familiar with which is future boy conan. This is his early work very young miyazaki before he went to studio ghibli I think the dynamics. I mean if you watch that show and film compared to this. The dynamics are almost exactly the same granted. Not see monsters. We have this. Young boy grew up on an island has some unique powers. He meets this other boy go on adventures. They meet this young girl. Who's really strong. And it's basically the dynamics of luca As well as i mean as high as ocoee style which. I'm sure we'll get into even further on this podcast. But i think this is a film that is very mundane at times. It very much so plays in the realm of kid. Drama the biggest drama really in this film as they want to win a race to go win vespa to buy a vespa. And there's this whole side powered there is important stuff here right there in this village where the sea monsters literally killed. They wanna kill these kids but it doesn't deal with that drama. It's all about like the hid side of it and future boy. Conan is very much the same. There's a lot of political drama and there's some very serious things going on but it's always framed around these kids just wanting to have fun and the dynamics. Almost perfectly translate into luca. So it's definitely like a comparison. I see awesome awesome. I've never seen that one. And i i will say i mentioned that i hadn't done a pixar movie on this show and i also haven't done a lot of animated films in general and i think part of the reason is that i don't see enough animated films. I try to see as many as i can. But i don't really get to all of them all the major ones and i do find a lot of the times when i do watch animated films. The first things my mind goes to our other animated films. They seem to like you know borrow from the other greats within the worlds of animation and so that makes sense. I'm sure it's gonna be a lot of animated things on this. And i yes i it sounds like a really interesting piece. That future boy conan. Yeah animations work lives in its own little world which is exciting and also sometimes terrifying kind of get into sure. It definitely get that absolutely absolutely. Well i'll go for my first piece and this is a very obvious one. So i figured i'll get it out of the way i on and i usually try not to dig into the past of the same either director or in this case studio but i'm going to go with. Pixar is finding nemo because going back to two thousand and three they were already dealing with these kind of societies under the sea of aquatic life and dealing with the whole culture..
"luca" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed
"That wasn't funny. That was traumatizing. Grandma i'm trying not to spoil because this is i'm assuming spoiler pre and we haven't talked about anything that's not in the trailer yet but i got close and realized it my bad but yeah you know this is a little boy who dreams of wanting. He's curious the same way the dumb girl gave up. Her voice was curious. She wants to know what's happening and she and he's gotten you know weird. I guess fish phobic human anti-human propaganda from the parents. I mean to be fair to be fair. The propaganda is real and this is where my problem came in. Probably getting israel because the people in the survey literally trying to kill them right. I mean so so. I get it right. It's a commitment. i meant the way. They tried to protect their child. They didn't use truce. They use stories designed around truth. Which almost guarantees. Your kid is gonna start trying to poke a hole in it and i really wish our animated features especially the ones that are supposed to be very would stop reinforcing. The idea that it's okay to lightly lie to your children because the truth is hard to take what ends up happening. Is you k. Runs away from home. And then you're like. Oh my god we got to go find the baby before he runs into all those things that we kind of didn't really tell him that he needs to be concerned about so i yeah i get that i will say i got a slightly different take on that. I don't think that venus. They're relying more. They didn't know themselves right. So this i took. I took it as jenner. I took it a generational misunderstanding of the servers world. And so they had a they they didn't they didn't understand. Because as you know the in no spoilers here but you know later on you see there they. They kind of don't know what's happening either right. And so and you get a little bit with albert himself when he is saying all these things about what. The surface orders like in vespers. And like all these things and the stars those fish and things like that. It's like where. How did you come with that. That's not true at all. And then you know eventually. Luca kind of find out the truth. And you see that. And i think that's the part where vega a play that better towards the end if he's i do believe. The parents weren't necessarily lying to luca more it. There's there's a. There's a story the more of this movie could have been the whole thing of you know we don't fear what you don't understand right and i think that's what they were going for it the end..
"luca" Discussed on Pond's Feed
"I mean. I didn't care if they ended up together or not. You know this is like this movie. Raising helen With john corbett and kate hudson. I this is. You know big daddy in some ways. This is all stuff that we've seen before But i totally agree. Kevin hart was gray in this film. I mean one win. He first finds out his wife died in the hospital. Like i was heartbreak broken by you. Know because of him his performance in he has other times where he's really authentic and real in this movie And i think it did. Elevate this this film but overall it's not that great. I mean it's just. It's just stuff that we've seen before you know now is just kevin hart in the role But i did enjoy the three guys together figuring stuff out you know. And it's nice that he had moments like when they went back and showed us moments of him. Being a dad like how little rail saw him saw her take her first steps and were able to have that bond. Share that moment together. Because normally you would have you know with your significant other but he was still able to share with other people and it was really nice but Yeah this is a perfect netflix. Sort of movie Sort of same thing as saying about luca And yeah i mean it's it's it's good isn't father's day coming out soon so i think the perfect for that sort of a time. It's it's good to see. I don't know like a single dab you know sort of movie out because normally we see like a lot of mom stuff so it was good overall is perfectly find felt. Well i'll even say 'cause. Now what's i i think is what will why probably may have liked to alone more than years than yeah and i mean it is tv level. I mean it is again going for the very safe mel. It's never like drawing in a deep compensate it could have. I mean it could definitely make a statement about the single dad and families that do go through. Were get when you are in that situation. Where the your significant other dies in the process of giving birth and you have to have the burn of or not even the burden but just the ryan of Treating this kid and while at the same time the parents of the significant other who died are very upset with you. 'cause that's another plot point in this is that the the mom and dad kevin heard Deceased wife who was played by alfred woodward yeah she they're like yeah there were like okay. You better not screw this up. She's gonna be staying with us. We don't trust you. Honestly though i think what needs to be given credit here is that is a film. That is still trying. Something is not going at least completely lazy. It just it almost like we're gonna hit that saying that the td fill where we can be easy crowd-pleaser because it does get high user reviews. Because i mean they're people wa home they're like oh this is sweet. I wanna root for that person but something very important about this is that this is a cast of all almost all black actors and actresses with a few like handful of white actors included but with a white director. And why that's important. Is that the fact that this is so respectful to our lease for even looking at us. Like nobody is playing a stereotype. It's ni- even going into like people from the hood or anything like that. It's really showing people as people and the director had a very mature way of handling their handling diversity in the row. Where you know. People have concerns about our white directors having are leading an products with mostly black characters. And i think he did a great job..
"luca" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"luca" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From Luca. Productions Luca is Luca Guido, who does a lot of hip, hop, inspired production. Lot of sequencing and processing of sounds also plays the traditional djembe percussion, and piano, and the Goni the traditional loot that you heard in all three of those songs is very prominently placed in the mix. So we're the voices, which get towards the kind of rhythms of hip hop in little while will hear this band, actually giving us some genuine, Molly and hip hop again, in a setting that includes traditional west African instruments, but that song called four at or forest comes from the album, follow by Luca productions before that we heard from the singer and percussionist, HAMAs, some curry and song called bubblegum knee, which featured awful Boca. A well-known Molly guitarist and musician doing a bit of spoken word, the Goni, again, was part of the on samba there. And at the beginning of the set, we heard a song from the Goni master, busico, Koya, Tei, and his band called go nearby, featuring hobby quasi, playing nice guitar solo towards the end of the song called condo, Kalina from seco- karate, and Goni Vaa, and their record called myrie, which is their most recent on this edition of new sounds. We are hearing actually, the new sounds of west African music, where traditional instruments, and rhythms and techniques are married to western instruments, and production and things like that. Up next is we'll go back a few years for this one. Although it's a recent release from USA indoor the great Senegalese singer, his album called history is just that it's a kind of musical history lesson drawn from Yusuf's, long career, and the track, we're going to hear called Kuta features the late great Nigerian drummer, and bag leader, Babatunde Olatunji. So this was recorded probably back in the nineties, but never released. And now it is on this album called history, the great singer Yusuf indoor with. Baba olatunji..