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"lynne ramsay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"His stuff and NBC sports buried dot com the tight end position I think it's gonna be huge Tyler Higby is really stepped over the rams and obviously George last week seventeen targets thirteen catches one hundred thirty four yards in the ill fated to drop out of bounds but he was great last week if the are they expecting J. Lynne Ramsay to follow him around today well from what I know I think they're expecting actually bore zone coverage they don't think there'll be a whole lot of man coverage so you don't I think is a four years going to this game they're not expecting to have many shots down the field so when I think you're gonna see is a lot of zone coverage a lot of the forty Niners hitting those check downs that goal your four yards the on the field and then they need whoever is on the receiving end of that to turn it up fielding get another four eight yards or whatever the case may be and breaks and tackle so I don't know that they're expecting the shadow wing of of Jilin Ramsey against George cattle I think they're like that because I think that they feel like this team is is set up pretty well in George get all set up pretty well to be a constant stream of of man coverage is with him and he's such a spaz you think it's so difficult to bring down for anybody especially in the open field so I think they would like that element of guilt the rams in man coverage and then the I think that's a that's a chance they're willing to take even against a great quarterback like jaelen Ramsey many we gonna jump we're out of time but I did see your Twitter earlier this week about Roger Craig and I know he's up for the hall of fame I know the Veterans Committee basically may get him in bright young Patrick Willis still up for the and as part of the modern era semi finalists there two of of those semi finals January second Willis and and be why find out in my mind all three of these guys are hall of Famers I would hate to try to separate them but man I Craig is been waiting an awful long time a yeah if you're gambling man do you think one two or three of those guys get in this year or in the future well that that's a difficult question I think that first well I should say for sure I think Patrick Willis gets in eventually it might not be this year and I think of bright young what we'll know a lot more about him on January second when the list of twenty five is narrowed to fifteen but then right now the guy who has the best shot just numbers wise as Roger Craig right now he's standing at a fifty fifty shot there are ten seniors who will go in there twenty guys who are finalists and this is at a different pool of voters for this there are thirteen of the originals the of the the main selectors thirteen media members but also it's comprised of historians and former general managers such as bill Polian Ron wolf and some others but also some coaches like bill Belichick and John Madden so to me that helps Roger Craig's case and I I think is pretty good chance to go on it but got a hold our breath on that one yeah known in the in the history of the NFL two guys thousand thousand Marshall Faulk Roger Craig yeah it in one more day like I love the bill Belichick is on this because he's a guy who had the game plan against Roger Craig so he knows what it's like from a from the perspective of the defensive coordinator of course John Madden called a lot of teams open Roger Craig was tearing it up in being kind of a trailblazer site I think that bodes well formed at Rogers teams were the playoffs his first eleven seasons in the NFL again get medic itself will see up our German thank you know going to be see niner insider we'll take a time out we're gonna come back up next are building the game plan segment the Niners can't look ahead they're looking only at the rams but John Dennis and I can and will look ahead to the off season on the sports leader.
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The patriots and ravens right now they are the the elite the class of the AFC everything else it's a G. jumbled up disaster no no that's just wrong it's a jumbled up math it's messy we don't know how it's going to play out is a lot of different ways the pieces could fall into place with buffalo and Indianapolis in Kansas city all taking step back in week ten with Oakland why he's there was all by but with the Oakland with Pittsburgh taking steps forward that mosh pit in the A. F. C. as a little bit more active for a little bit more confusing bodies flying everywhere it's fun to think about the possibilities I just keep remembering last year how the Steelers had first place in the AFC north it's all about this time of the season and then the ravens make a change at quarterback they began to play a ball control game that's run first and what happens the Steelers loose to every team in the AFC west and though they win in week seventy without Antonio brown they missed the post season because the ravens when the north so thinking about the possibilities certainly some trades have made major impact and I think it's right now pretty easy to see that you David Clowney make of its Patrick even Ryan Tannehill I made offenders helping you stay healthy I know that Tara mom it's a new had a a strong debut with the patriot they've been on a by J. Lynne Ramsay these are guys that have not only made an impact but are probably worth more than what their teams gave up to get them wait straight into the other nineteen has been the most impactful a little radio on Twitter or Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence eight five five two one two four two two seven Eric is listing in Ohio welcome to after hours they are nice take my call of the show thank you I'm just going to jump in on the the the most impactful trade there's been a quite a few but I think the easiest has been what my team would make the make the fits Patrick trade I mean for several reasons AB the two thousand and eighteen this year several key take aways act I believe there already twenty four reporter six or seven of those yes to in touch down these completely change the back end of that defense and not only that but out of the playoffs these are not my could be missing a clean maybe but I'm I'm pretty sure most of all have their franchise quarterback said the the date you your skill positions on offense the three day wide receivers have a combined six years of experience obviously they're starting makes a rude off so the defense has to the pressure is all on the defense said to me giving up a first round pick I could care less if you look at the track record of the Steelers drafting in the first round of their secondary they pretty much logged out over the last year so they're not going to draft anybody better the main difference Patrick and he's only a second year player right now so but it's it's looking to be a genius move and not only has he been impact player but he's he's I would have to say he's a defensive player of the year candidate right now if he continues to play at the level he's playing along with PJ waters also just you know all right ball yeah on the outside so thanks for taking my call have a good day thanks Eric I appreciate it listening in Ohio yeah you can see the tangible evidence with mink of fits Patrick Leahy brings explosive Nestle brings energy any brings a real legitimacy that especially the the Steelers secondary is not had for a few years that in fact has been the weak spot which I would explain why Mike Tomlin was so committed to getting may get into feeling like he was worth everything he had to give up which was a first round a fifth round six round I think there were a couple of pics or at least one pick that went the other way to Miami I'm sorry to Pittsburgh along with minka but the first round pick is really the big one it's after hours here on CBS sports radio the Steelers defense being a I went through the bright spot because the way the Mason road office played they're supposed to get James Connor back coming up this weekend it's a team sport and so you know you have to have everybody in for Rudolph to step in without Ben Roethlisberger the rest of the way he's also done well when he said to you they had some big cakes and so it it's not completely one sided but the Steelers defense has been the Achilles heel for the last several years which is why the offices had to score so many points and it's nice that they now have that as a a stopper more of a more of a defense that has to be dealt with it has to be reckoned with they feel like they can win games with the defense is a string so that's cool and I love the fact that they're above five hundred now for the first time the way they started the season getting demolished by the New England Patriots and that obviously losing Roethlisberger I in the next week for them to be where they are I think says a lot about Mike Tomlin's coaching staff and yet people are always so quick to look at him one five man alive I take my telling coach in my team anyday not to mention the environmental element of the preparation is that something you only get from Mike Tom so which traded in two thousand nineteen has been the most impactful I was looking at our Facebook page and I saw this Fromm gosh where to go Josh how about right into the hill to the Titans I'm really liking this one myself the antenna hill who was traded from Miami to Tennessee is now the starting quarterback for the Titans were at five and five and they give a before the seventh rounder for him so all of the four quarterbacks that I mention in that that were trades in two thousand nineteen Josh rose in not starting anymore for Miami Joe Flacco out for the rest of the year with a neck injury the impingement case Keenum well he's no longer starting either we have news about the Washington Redskins coming up Ryan Tannehill had to bide his time and wait but he is now starting for Titans team that believes it can make a run here with their run game with their ability to stop the run and now with a quarterback who brings the maturity and experience so tell for a jury still out there let's see how that works out the rest of the way guys been five one by so many huge injuries south over the last five years it's good to see him out there playing football again all right on Twitter a little radio also on our Facebook page after hours with Amy Lawrence you haven't voted for Monday M. 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"lynne ramsay" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Jaylen Ramsey called in sick on Monday for work Jeff and Justin Anderson was on our show little roshi guaranteed for me she's she's told me he is absolutely sick okay I believer and is also called out now for paternity leave his wife can have a baby and he and Doug runs agreed you can stay out well I believe it's a second child is is born but children's also god chastity to be traded from the Jacksonville Jaguars and I got I got a kick out of this headline right here Jalin Ramsey figured out a new smarter way for NFL players to hold out. goes on to say J. Lynne Ramsay by calling in sick and. asking out for paternity leave figured out something that escaped Melvin Gordon and Trent Williams never Melvin Gordon held out for sixty four days with the Los Angeles charge treat Williams still isn't reported for the Washington Redskins in both lost millions of dollars reporter Melvin Gordon lost something like nine hundred and ninety eight thousand dollars and three games were the paychecks and a crude something like one point two million dollars in fines for missing the off season how much of that they'll actually imposed on Melvin Gordon and wait to be seen but at least a million dollars in investigating checks for Melvin Gordon entrant Williams losing money as we speak by not showing up to the washer Redskins but Jaylen Ramsey he's figured out something here. right court is headline he's got a new smarter way for NFL players to hold out Jalin Ramsey figured out something that I would imagine I don't know a decent personages you listening or watching on ESPN news figured out a long time ago and might even be doing today. I don't want to go to work I'm calling in sick. Jay Z.. yes. if our aim our player. if our our our players can do no wrong player empowerment area doesn't read some sort of absurd tipping scale it has it this is got to be it. I mean I hate to break it to the writers are low. people calling in sick for a long time in getting their paychecks. people are doing it right now listen to this show. he didn't reinvent the wheel here he just figured out if I say I have the Sniffles they won't dock me my paycheck I don't have to go. I we we would jump in the commercial break is this the next deadline for jailing Ramsey. J. Lynne Ramsay figures out you only need one subscription to Netflix among your body's. yes once again. these are things that kind of were common place unknown right. we're all gonna share the password is figure out just because Jan Randi's doing here doesn't make him some new pioneer. and how to do a new smarter hold out. he he he figured out. if you don't tell the truth you don't get docked pay maybe really is sick I'm kidding I'm point is I'm getting at is lying in exactly knew if he's doing that are calling in sick because you want to get paid isn't exactly new maybe we need to tempt the brakes a little bit on our celebration this new..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The NFL with a writer rather odd scenario Jacksonville where it's clear that J. Lynne Ramsay's days as a jab war are numbered yet the store corner played Thursday against the Titans wife right working clothes. for the end don't want speech argument. as heard on ten ten excel ninety two five FM Gardner men shoot gets it done again two scoring strikes jags best the Titans twenty to seven ending a four game skid in the AFC south series in avoiding the franchise's second in three start in four years the rookie QB postgame cabinet cabinet you know is also also experience some of these guys and bam bam about my tells all getting closer and closer to and fun to do it in a home filled has a lot of fun. what do I never thought I'd get this opportunity so now they do have it I got to make the most of it so. before but I know you know. through every yeah one of my career you know the situation then I may only get one so you got to make the most of it says on trying to now all right so with all eyes on Ramsey who may have played his final game for Jacksonville Menchu the sixth round picks starting his second consecutive game in place of the injured Nick Foles completed twenty of thirty passes two hundred for yours in those two scores chalk up Damien woody as one that is impressed with talk about going to miss a lot of these guys to get into these situations since well. he's not afraid to swing and threw the ball in now thing us a big Bob Prada go plan in that in that in that water I stay system where he was sling the ball fifty times a game is paying dividends early on in his career certainly is but let's not forget about that Jacksonville defense they sacked Marcus Mariota nine at times including three by colitis Campbell his coach Doug Marrone they had a real strong in the first game they get the Texans you know it's tough he really can't say enough about the consistency of what type of player he is to ten acetate ID has the way he goes about the game you know he's long he's relentless he is just a great pro and it's it's very difficult to stand up here and you know and saying he has held a move tonight and I was aware that could you know I I never I haven't seen that Liane back to Ramsey a rip with the Jaguars front office ultimately led to his trade request speaking on the seventeen weeks podcasts he said and I'm sitting conversation with Jaguars management after Sunday's loss to the Texans was the final push and that led him to seeking a trade earlier this week a source telling ESPN's Josina Anderson that Ramsay expects to be dealt before the Jaguars next game September twenty ninth at Denver Anderson reporting that Kansas city Baltimore Minnesota Oakland Philadelphia and Seattle have made enquiries and almost every team has placed the call so how about when this might get done Adam Schefter earlier on get up Jacksonville is determined to get its price Jacksonville wants to wants for the guy to I think Jack's rules you have to once firm ultimately I don't but I don't think it's gonna be terribly far off and so Jacksonville doesn't feel like it has to move him in told as what it wants and I think that they're not going to move him into old the Jaguars have what they want with that offer comes in this weekend next week all right before the October twenty nine trade deadline will say we. we will indeed now Ramsey did say some disrespectful things were said on the other and referring to management he did not single out coach Doug Marrone after their disagreement as seen on the sideline in Houston Ramsey was active for Thursday's game against the Titans but might very well be as we mention his last game which means it's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless so why would he be out the door Stephen a Smith on the Stephen a Smith show has an idea trailer read these completely frustrated you don't want to talk Doug Roni as a coach trying to talk to god this face what happened. I'll tell you what's happening. not really about Deborah it's really about Tom Coughlin. from what I've been told from what I've been told this morning. Jenna Randy. that's one five Tom cough. and anything associated with Tom Coughlin I wonder where we've heard that before. so you're the Jacksonville Jaguars. the Ramsey. you have a five year rookie did you try to get paid this ticket out there just letting you know they got you warlock until twenty twenty one and I don't give a damn how you feel you I get paid even though you're the best quarterback in football right now. you may get great even though others a good draft class to get a great and while you're not getting paid we're also going to compromise your greatness as a quarterback it man to man coverage Bob what you would sell. we're losing well well that's what you get. they were wondering why this man has a problem. and that is straight talk wireless everything for less only at Walmart in keeping with the NFL patriots receiver Antonio brown declining to answer questions about allegations of sexual assault and rape against them on Thursday saying he's keeping his focus on football everything alright. standing. super grateful to be here the faith of the double check Tom Brady you know I've got a lot of the office of learning to catch up of it on the side and grateful to be here and I'll be a parties yeah so that's called the flexion right there in his first interview with reporters since agreeing to a deal with the pats on September seventh he refused to answer questions about the civil case filed against him in South Florida by his former trainer or the NFL's investigation into it as the league continues to investigate those allegations round saying he's grateful to be with the way England playing for bill Belichick and of course working with Tom Brady how about that quarterback white out relationship ESPN patriots reporter Mike Reiss earlier on NFL live Tom Brady and Antonio brown on the opposite sideline spending some one on one time together and what I watched with Tom Brady running pass routes right toward Antonio brown almost explaining to him how he once certain routes run how to attack leverage on one time I watch and plants his left foot in the ground and then continue up the field and raise his right arm in the air another time he planted his foot and crossed in Tonio brown it was a reminder Wendy they only had five practices together well they made it look easy at times last Sunday they also live some place on the field so they're trying to get back to work one other note concerning brown he is no longer a Nike athlete a company spokesperson telling The Boston Globe that the wide receiver has lost his shoe deal with the company you're listening to sports center all night on ESPN radio and the E. S. P. N. app on Jim bass will back to baseball where the New York Yankees or division champs for the first time since twenty twelve..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Doug Marone let's Gardner the Ginsu Menchu throw twenty five times or Doug Marone let's letter for net run it twenty five times gosh I I mean I want to go with Leonard for net here okay I I do I just got a thing for the Jacksonville is gotta find some way to get their running game jump started here and I guess the other thing that scares me you know and why I just I guess I pick that even though I don't feel necessarily comfortable about it is you know I would just think Jacksonville okay their passing game certainly not like the greatest show on turf Tennessee Titans one of the strengths of their team is their secondary and then the way their coach their creativity the things they do back there so if you're gonna make me pick one of the two I'm gonna go wanted for net twenty five times even though that's that's rare this day and age yeah I think the game plan would be and ideally it would be twenty five carriers are more for land for nat I just don't know that that the circumstances the game will allow to plan out yeah. I I was this in the stat well into the running back carries the ball more than twenty five times the team wins the game so given the ball twenty five times no that's not how it works the circumstances the game are conducive it's going well you're running the ball and your scoring points and you're winning so you keep running you don't have to abandon the run game right so I think the Jaguars are probably gonna have to abandon but between the two I think it's more likely I mean remember we can't do the middle ground of neither so between the two twenty five passes are twenty five runs I think it's more likely to have twenty five runs all right next up means you out plays Marcus Mariota or Derrick Henry out plays Leonard for net was more likely well this one's easy for me I'm going with Derrick Henry out plays letter for net I I mean just again if there's been a week this the Jacksonville defense the last two years as good as they've been they their run defense is not been like towards the top of football we saw last year Derrick can we go what was at ninety eight or ninety nine yards on the Jacksonville jaguar defense so that worries me they're all together and as much as I've liked what men she was done for a guy being to put in a tough spot I'm not willing to say he's in our play Marcus Mariana who certainly more proven at this point. I agree with you on that one next one what's more likely jail Ramsey is in his last game with the Jaguars are dug Marone is in his last season with the Jack Josh this is a really good one Josh because I don't know if it's like a definite that Jaylen Randy gets traded here. who. I think the the the I I guess I'm gonna go with J. Lynne Ramsay's as last game with the Jaguars here I am but the I this is the top was a close one I mean I guess there's a part of me that still says maybe dog Marone can salvage something here to where they can become competitive and he gets a little bit of the benefit of the doubt because he lost Nick falls in week one and things like that so that's why I'll go Jaylen rams in his last game of the Jaguars yeah I agree with you the cat's out of the bag on Ramsey it just feels like it's gonna happen right if they were going to try to repair the situation and keep him around they would have done that by now we wouldn't be at the point where there are multiple teams talking to the Jaguars it's just a matter of working out compensation and figuring out the details I I think even though both could end up being accurate I think Ramsey is more accurate all right last one what's more likely markets more to make the playoffs or Mario to is in his last year as a starter well I think I would go Mari if you make you pick one of the two I'm gonna go merry old as it is last year as a starter you know again Titans pass offense that it's not all because of Marcus Mariota.
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on KPCC
"Welcome back to the frame. I'm John horn today. We're talking about where Hollywood goes next after the Oscars now that the award season is over I want to start by talking about net. Flicks. Let's first start with a joke about Netflix. This is what Tina Fey early in the show had to say about the streaming service. Next. My microwave Nick summer. So Netflix wins four Oscars three for Roma and one for the documentary short period end of sentence. Before we talk about all that. I'm going to talk about why net flicks is so appealing to filmmakers right now. I ran into Nicole hall of center who co wrote can you ever forgive me? And she and her last movie land of steady habits was just distributed by net flakes, she said that she got a call from net. Flicks. That said war people had watched her movie on net flicks in its first weekend. Then watched all of her movies combined in theaters that explains it right there. So there's the appeal millions of people watching your movie immediately, and you don't have to worry about or you going to get to the theater and some small town whether or not may not be an art house, so cloudy. What what is that? How does net flicks come out of this? I think also the creative control. You know? That's something that you hear people talking to that can do what they want. The money. I mean Alphonso Koran talked about that, you know, he's at the point having won Oscars before he could have done that we could've done rumble with anybody. And granted it's black and white and all that. But still he got the amount of artistic control that you have the money that they put into for instance, an Oscar campaign or just generally into the making of your film, you know, they're really cultivating artists, and they seem to respect artists in a way that maybe some of the studios don't. Yeah. They're spending billions of dollars on content. But as you mentioned, they're giving filmmakers, not only creative control, but probably more money than they're even asking for. So Jen, obviously winning an Oscar doesn't always mean something financially. But in terms of raising the profile of the company, what does it mean to them? And what does it mean? To other streaming services like Hulu Netflix came out. I think ahead this over the duration of this award season because you saw them investing. Not only in the actual pro, you know, like in in in in Roma, but in then putting Roma into the conversation that takes a lot of resources takes a lot of money to campaign, and I think net flicks really showed not just the filmmakers, but the film community that they are here to get that prestige, and they will put money and resources into it, which you need you have them going up against somebody like universal the studio behind green book. But I do think that Netflix over the last few years has gotten that respect that they really do want. This is what this particular Oscars, really. Black and white film gave it theatrical run kind of run out some theaters in big cities. Was in the best picture race with no reported box office. And I think that gets to the next chapter of this conversation there were movies up for best picture like Black Panthers stars born bohemian rhapsody that sold a ton of tickets at movie theaters. The academy words historically up until now have rewarded movies? That have played in theaters Roma. Didn't really I mean, it wasn't it was kind of part of the release schedule. But it didn't have any reported box office mudbound and other net flicks films in previous years. So what does that mean? In terms of where we're going in terms of that theatrical movie going experience, I think they can coexist. I don't think we're heater hunters. Don't think they won't show. Netflix movies as a consumer. I watch a lot of things on net. Flicks. That I don't have time for or wouldn't pay to go. See? So I feel like it's added. But I looked something like we mentioned earlier Bing lose documentary minding gap, which is who lose I Oscar-nominated film. It's a great documentary and one that I feel like would not have really pro may not have found another similar home that would have given them. Also this words campaign that it got. And so I feel like three mors who want to invest in awards content. It's there, obviously. And I hope we see more of it. Let's talk a little bit more about diversity of content. Claudia you're at the independent spirit awards which the other big awards over the weekend on Saturday in the best director category. These were the nominees. Barry Jenkins for Beale street could talk Paul Schrader for first reformed Lynne Ramsay. You're never really hear. Debra granik. Leave no trace and tamra Jenkins for private life berry Jenkins one. And he said I didn't want to win this award. And then he proceeded to say this. Regina was at the Golden Globes. And she said something that was very very wise and very true in a women only make up four percents studio directors and yet they make up forty four percent of the director of the competition at Sundance sixty percent of the directors not made it for this award. So I want to look at this room. Obvious producers all these directors. I'll be 'financiers my reps. All these lawyers and say if even just thirty percent of us agree with Regina to in the next eighteen months to produce or finance film, directed by a woman that four percent will become the eight percent will become the twelve percent. Sixteen percent. Yeah. You guys are talking about Regina king who won the supporting actress Oscar for fuel straight. You guys are non you're now the mass is irrelevant. What he's saying is like get off your butts and buried. Jenkins gave the best Oscar weekend speech that he really did that four percent challenge which the Annenberg inclusion initiative sort of put out into the world, and which has been picked up by a lot of Hollywood high profile actors and filmmakers now getting studios to commit to. I think it's important to that industry figures use these platforms to put what's important to.
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Actually couldn't have both been on the list found a a spot for Infinity war, which you know, it's not about rewarding films that do really well the box office. But it did. And it was also was Black Panther. It really had a cultural moment why not just stick them. Both in the list. You know, they're not gonna win situation. They might be waiting game. I am really pleased to see Black Panther get his costume and production design, both of which Donna Shing and were overlooked other ceremony. So I think that's what we really really good news. There are there's a fantastic Sean winning in those categories to be honest. Well, but the endgame thing is really intrigued me that's really treatment ethic next year and games going to sweep the board thirteen Oscars record and the first movie to ever win for best actor best actress best supporting actor best supporting supporting actor best supporting supporting supporting actor based game. Santa's big casts that are going to give lots of. Gauntlets tones always got to be in the running for best thunnus, right? Chris, of course, to Donald thanks for everything to the new more. Fried green, San is at the whistle. Stop cafe. That's also a big year. Films curious case of. Who knows should we go through category by category and just briefly not all the categories. So we start over best live action short. That's go through the best live action short. Of course, Martin. That's fair. All right. That's go. Best director, Spike Lee for black klansman outta McKay. For white president. Feis ski for Cold War phone squad on for Roma on your goals. Lengthy moss for the favorite. That jenkins? But otherwise, it's. Jenkins. I would add some of the women actually who've had amazing years this year Lynne Ramsay. I think did a stunning job Debra Granik for leave. No trace. I think it's a it's a polling that that's been overlooked to the Senate has been they had the chance if people are talking about them like they're being extremely forward thinking and inclusive this year, and that's true an extent but best right to shows. They're still quite a long way to go Ramsey could well be nominated for hard to cripple with a list of. Well, I would quibble with Adam McKay personally. But that's just me. The man had a heart attack to might not fill. He didn't the film saved his life the films done enough for him. All ready. This is spike Lee's first Oscar nomination. It's amazing in the you're right. I mean, it could go to spike just because there is that sense of him. Martin Scorsese where my wrist. We haven't given this to thirty years ago. More More embarrassed embarrassed. gave They it gave to the. it to the well, I know. Argue that actually it is in barricading. They didn't give him a note for do the right thing. And therefore, they might just give him the. Snubbed category. Now people this is not to denigrate in any way, the people have been nominated that say the oldest denominations, but you could easily have formed a category with these six names name's Debra Granik. I'm gonna include Debra Granik, Paul king for Paddington to should be up for every category ever understand. What else go were thinking? They're idiots morons. It was never going to be running. Sadly, but it it should have been just shoot of Hugh Grant should have been. We'll get to them Christopher MacQuarie for mission impossible fallout. I mean, that's an astonishing chief indirection, and that's what this is about. Right. Bart. Layton for American animals to pull together the way, he did it then melding sort of documentary and fiction. Great Lynne Ramsay for. You will never really here. My favorite films last year and boots. Riley presided by the maze didn't say Ryan cooker. What about Bradley Cooper what becouse unrighteous? Okay. So let's stick rank cougar in the list. Honest, Bradley Cooper in the list as well. And then call holding off that's move on very quickly now, then two best animated feature. This is interesting. Ralph breaks the internet Mirai incredible to I love dogs and Spiderman into the spider. I yes, now, the good thing is that this one the producers guild award for animated film, which is traditionally a pretty good, you know, indicator which way the wind is blowing having said that it isn't this year in the best documentary category. The winner there was won't you be my neighbor, and isn't even know meters. The Oscar which is bizarre, but I hope that that gives Spiderman edge because..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on Filmspotting
"And if you don't know who I'm talking about there. That's fine bear with me here a little bit to build up the suspense a little this question. Obviously inspired by the fact that there were no women nominated for best director this year. And the woman did not direct any of the films that got nominated ultimately for best picture. And this is unfortunate when you consider that khloe gel made one of the best films of the year in the writer Mariel Hellers, can you ever forgive me was in my top ten in a lot of people's top ten Debra Granik in my top twenty for leave. No trace could have been higher. Got a lot of acclaim did win some awards in your top ten. She was overlooked Lynne Ramsay for you. Ever really here. Timor Jenkins for private life plenty of options they were there that category. And it just didn't happen, unfortunately. And I think we might get one or two this year based on just an early glance of what's coming out. I'll get to those titles, but I just a few others. I'm gonna throw out Jennifer Kent, making her follow up to the baba book, the Nightingale we've already talked about cleared unease highlife, here's one that wasn't on my radar at all until I started preparing for this show. Andrea Berle off directing movie called the kitchen, which comes out September twenty seem similar in some ways to widows it stars. Elizabeth moss, Tiffany haddish and Melissa McCarthy as sort of wanna be criminals they're forced to take over their husbands mob empire in New York. It set in the seventies and Berl off previously wrote the movie World Trade Center and also straight outta Compton. So she's making her directing debut with this film Mahjan who did Persepolis has movie called radioactive coming out. Starring on you, Taylor joy. Rosamund pike and the great Simon Russell Beale from the death of Stalin. It's a movie about Marie Curie and her husband Pierre de Reese did mudbound. A few years ago has a new film coming out the last thing he wanted based on a Joan Diddy novel and Hathaway, Ben Affleck and Willem Dafoe star. And that's those are all potential contenders..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And it'd be nice to see her recognized for that. But yeah, like, I say all of those. I mean, they all have incredible stories. You lied to operate show. A completely unexperienced a kindergarten teacher, you know, he was discovered by quote own and who worked closely with him to create this character. And here she is up for best actress, it makes me wonder to whether she'll go onto act or go back to teaching kindergarten. You know, my guess is Dana Stevens, she sleeps movie critic and host of slates culture gabfest podcast, so best actor not really many surprises Christian bale from vice Bradley Cooper from a star is born Willem Dafoe. Matt attorneys gate Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody and Vigo Mortenson from green book. Well, one little surprising there people would have really liked. I think to see Ethan Hawke for I formed which is maybe the performance of his career, and that movie got recognized only for its screenplay again that may be a case of it's it's a little too dark for Oscar voters, and it came out very early in the year. I thought woman to fo was amazing is and people have seen at eternity skate. I hope people now will go and see it. It's a it's a Vincent Van Gogh bio pic, and and it's a somewhat slight movie in a sense. But but we'll Defoe's devastatingly good in it and best director. And I think it surprises. Everyone you hear. This Spike Lee has never been nominated for best director before what do you think was different about this time around for him? Yeah. That is one of those strange Oscar facts, he did get a career award a few years ago. But in a way, it was a sort of compensation for the fact that he's been really under recognized that could also be that, you know, he's somebody who like Woody Allen is New York based has kind of held himself apart from the Hollywood community has has sort of verbally disparaged. The Oscars have been somewhat. Mocking about them. In interviews. Like, I think probably the academy does not love him for other reasons having nothing to do with his films. But it really is high time that his body of work was recognized and actually a slate writer Dan Quayle made a made a wonderful argument on the on the site yesterday for black klansman is best picture. He was looking at all the reasons that sort of historical reasons that the other movies can't win, and there's a certain sort of set of markers. Sometimes that point toward what the best picture award will be including what kind of critics awards it's gotten in what other things it's nominated for and black klansman checked off every one of those boxes, and he was saying what about it? What if that's the dark horse and either black plant clansman wins best picture or spike wins best director because of those certainly with a more interesting movies to come out in the air. Oh, yeah. I mean, there's nothing else. Like it. Love it or hate it. It's doing its own thing completely in best documentary. There was one glaring omission. I think everyone was surprised that won't you be my neighbor the documentary about mister Rogers wasn't nominated money. Yeah. I was gonna say, well, especially because the Oscars love movies that do really well and are critically acclaimed. And that movie was both. I think it was the most successful documentary of the year. And it may have been the most successful documentary. I'm going to get the record wrong. If I say it, but it smashed a lot of records in terms of documentary box office, and was widely beloved the only reason I can think it might have been left off is that Morgan Neville, the director has already won his Oscar for best documentary pretty recently with twenty feet from stardom. But it's still seems odd. Not to even have it have it there on the list and finally with something like Roma, which is just so visually arresting, and and has just sort of captured people's sort of a social element of it, and the creative element of it a film like that which is so different. How does the film like that usually fair during? Oscar season. I'm I'm curious. It's got the most nations. But I'm wondering if it's just one of those is it a is it a juggernaut is headed towards mall the awards, or is it one of those things that people realize I we should recognize this right, but not necessarily it's going to win. I don't know to tell a good candidate for juggernaut dumb. It's got the most right has got ten nominations. I believe in it's tied with I can't remember what movie with the favorite for ten. There's all I think there was one thing against it. Which is maybe it didn't get a best editing nomination or something like that. But. Sort of everyone's favorite like when I've been hearing people actually putting down their Oscar pools and making their bets they're talking about Roma. But like we say it's at the beginning of the process before all these crazy campaigns start to come out. And and there's some if contingent against Rome a possibly as well because it's done. So well, the 'overdogs right? Before I let you go any other any other category? You were interested in or something that you think our listeners might be interested in knowing. Oh, gosh. I don't know. I mean, I'm more interested in sending people to movies that maybe didn't make it onto this list. That would still be wonderful important support. Okay. Let me think of a few. I didn't come in with any right on my list. But okay. Well, you're never really hear the Lynne Ramsay film. With Joaquin Phoenix is really I think one of the best movies of the year and extraordinary performance from Joaquin Phoenix, and the kind of movie that doesn't get recognized. So so there's one right there. Well, let's go with movies directed by women since they got so little recognized in the in these nominations another was private life directed by tamra Jenkins, the first movie she's made in a very long time. No nominations in is really extraordinary. What else there's got to be destroy shirkers shirkers documentary by sandy tan that is again, not the kind of movie that usually gets nominated for an Oscar. Although there were some pretty obscure. Docs that made that list like HALE county this morning this evening. So if you can it's on Netflix. I believe streaming right now go see sandy tan shirkers. I won't tell you anything about it. Except that it's just it'll blow your mind. It's a great documentary. The trailer blew my mind. So can we invite you back after the show after the Oscar show? Would you come back and talk to? Oh, sure. I'd love to all right. Dana Stevens, we've booked their ladies forever. The Oscars show Dana Stevens, right through dot com. You can hear her on slates culture gabfest podcast. Thanks bye. Thank you. We come back documentary. Filmmaker Joe Berlinger will join us to talk about his new project for net. Flicks. A docu series about Ted Bundy don't go away. WNYC supporters include Gloria alive, a new play that celebrates the life of feminist activist.
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"They always do three for this. It's funny awfully lease. Just get like buzzed like a little bustle right through. Well. They're doing commercials now. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Some of these ones I was kinda hoping when people just ignore these categories and don't talk about them. I really liked questions really liked call. That was hoping they would get stay. Costume design. But didn't so we would you woke up this morning. You're like damn I really hope Colette gets costume design. Feel like nobody saw like twenty dollars at the box office. I enjoyed you. Even see I feel like you're just lying here nightly up. My old movie pass best documentary short always makes me think of the Chris rock joke. They like a independent like foreign film that probably that. Now, they do foreign film. No mister Rogers documentary. Did you guys see that? Will you be my neighbor that was a big snow? I keep forgetting hit nixing while the question movies, like it'd be my neither can you ever. Forgive me, really here. Even it's a question more statement. But. Wrong titles resentenced titles. I keep mixing up that movie was snubbed. Did you see that? You never really hear. They're saying that good, right? Yeah. What's her name Lynne Ramsay limb? Ramsey. She's talking about her as maybe director, not she didn't get one that movie had no hype around it. I I wasn't expecting anything from it. I just saw a couple tweets people saying limb Ramsey should have been nominated should could movie. Joe I watched that trailer for the civil fucks his name, John your stored in. No us. Yeah. Okay. I watched it again last night. It was scary. Did you ever see a really good scared in the trailers, really good trailer? Then you go to a pack theater. And you see like people like Alex bed like fucking swine uncultured swine. That's a good trailer. Oil a good movie, you know, what I'm saying. Before the favorite came out. We saw the favorite, and a pack theater. The trailer played like let's stupid. That's one of the fucking best trailers of the year. That was a great trailer that trailer of ice vices all-time trailer vices agree trailer. I think. We can make this work. If you go to like a horror movie, and it's like packed it sucks. If you go to a horror movie, and it's packed in the theater for nothing worse than going to a horror movie when you were like thirteen years old, and those the only plans that you had and you just fuck around the remember when we saw a quiet place right before. And like everyone's like be quite a movie, right? They don't speak. So he like be careful when you choose your popcorn, it'd be too loud. And it group of fucking teens walked in like right when the movie's about to start God fuck, they're actually really good. They didn't say a fucking word the whole time. Yeah. Unbelievable phenomenon in nature that I've ever seen going. Dave Louis tire row. They were all like thirteen year old girls, then speak, not keep you don't see that. You never see that date site in like eighth grade. The most is Oh I. sweet sucker in the movies. We should be allowed rise in the parents of the south bay south bay was the theater supposed to relive like somebody got murdered in their bathroom haunted, redoing if like two years now in this in the same spot conspiracy theory that a quiet place was like interactive harm movie. Like, my worst fear is going to a movie where it's very quiet and having a group of teenagers coming at the last second Krinsky, let's see here movie. Yeah. I literally couldn't eat my popcorn during that movie. It was like Peter Griffin eating the chips any blow to the nomination. People are saying supporting for quite place, and maybe lead for Mary Poppins. So Mary Poppins I would have liked to seen her yet. A quiet place. Oh, fucking that ending. Why you gotta piss me off when we're gonna fan questions. I was in a good mood. I question here from like, oh fellows. Well, that's the authors. I won't be watching at Michael six. Oh, three two eight two nine six. Put that NC that's his social security. At nerd soup for you guessed as thrown it..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"That's clearly not going to happen because he didn't even get a best director nam is also quite rare for a movie to win best picture if it isn't nominated for best director. So that seems like a slowing down of momentum for that movie. Although Gaga and shallow could could still do. Great. Who knows? That was one surprising one. Also, I mean, it's great that Black Panther is in the is in the best pictures, both because it's the first superhero comic book movie to make it in there. Which is something that, you know, fans of popular movies have been waiting for for a long time that probably also signifies, thankfully, the death knell for this briefly floated idea of the best popular film categories, just total ghettoisation just nobody likes that lasted forty eight hours, and this I think will help it to sink further, but the but the sad part about that in the emissions. There is that Black Panther got recognized for no other above the line awards. In other words, tech tech awards and then best picture, but nothing for writing. Very celebrated director at this point. He's made three features and they've all been critical raves and pretty much box office smashes. Yeah. Read. Yeah. Exactly. So so that was a bit odd. So it's great to see Black Panther in there. But it doesn't necessarily feel like that movie's getting recognition across the board the way it deserves maybe because it just came out so early in the year that people aren't thinking about those performances, but I mean, Michael Jordan, he just seemed like a real shoe in for best. Supporting I'm interested in when to actresses from the same movie are competing in the same category. As is the case with the favorite with Rachel Weisz, and Emma stone, historically, does that split the vote or does sort of the narrative decide okay, this is Rachel visors year because Emma one for LaLa land. Yeah. I don't know. I mean, you're probably right that it would be more likely to go toward Rachel Emma in that case. But even the fact that they're in that category and Livia Coleman played the Queen and the favorite is in the best. Actress category speaks to this. You know this little Oscar subterfuge category fraud. Is this is an ensemble piece. They're all leads if anyone's the protagonist of that movie. It's Emma stone's character. She's the one who story we follow but Olympic common ax her face off. Oh, yeah. I mean, I would love to see Livia Coleman get that award. Although I've sort of coming onto glenside now because Glenn Glenn story is really convincing the best. Actress category is super strong. I mean, honestly any of those women richly deserved that award. Okay. I'm trying to get a best s porn Angela way down my list. So it's fine close who else? Glenn Close Olivia Colman. Let me see. I don't have it in front of me either right now just lost. It. Okay. Show Maga and Melissa McCarthy. Yeah. I was so excited to see Melissa McCarthy with with with Bill Murray was called Saint Vincent, Vincent. And she played a hospital worker was her first she was spectacular in that. She's a really good actress, and she can sort of quietly do anything, and that sort of thing about can you forgive me. Is it sort of quietly? Great movie, it doesn't it doesn't clamor. I'm a great directed movie. The way that maybe Rome over the favorite do it. It gets the storytelling job done in this in this beautiful way. And it'd be nice to see her recognized for that. But yeah, like, I say all of those. I mean, they all have incredible stories you lead to upper ratio. A completely unexperienced a kindergarten teacher, you know, he was discovered by quote own and who worked closely with him to create this character. And here she is up for best actress, it makes me wonder to whether she'll go onto act or go back to teaching kindergarten. You know, my guess is Dana Stephen she sleeps movie critic and host of slates culture gabfest podcast, so best actor not really many surprises Christian bale from vice Bradley Cooper from a star is born Willem Dafoe. Oh, turned east gate Rami Malik from bohemian rhapsody and Vigo Mortenson from green book. Well, one little surprising there people would have really liked to see Ethan Hawke for I formed which is maybe the performance of his career, and that movie got recognized only for its screenplay again that may be a case of it's a little too dark for Oscar voters, and it came out very early in the year. I thought Willman was amazing, and it is and people have seen at eternity skate. I hope people now will go and see it. It's a it's a Vincent Van Gogh bio-pic, and and it's a somewhat slight movie in a sense. But but Willem Dafoe devastatingly good in it and best director. And I think it surprises everyone you hear. This Spike Lee has never been nominated for best director before what do you think was different about this time around for him? Yeah. That is one of those strange Oscar facts, he did get a career award if you years ago, but in a way, it was a sort of compensation for the fact that he's been really under recognized that could also be that, you know, he's somebody who like Woody Allen is New York based has kind of held himself apart from the Hollywood community has has sort of verbally disparaged. The Oscars have been somewhat. Mocking about them. In interviews. I think probably the academy does not love him for other reasons having nothing to do with his films. But it really is high time that his body of work was recognized and actually a slate writer Dan Quayle made a made a wonderful argument on the site yesterday for black klansman is best picture. He was looking at all the reasons the sort of historical reasons that the other movies can't win, and there's a certain sort of set of markers. Sometimes that point toward what the best picture award will be including you know, what kind of critics awards it's gotten in what other things it's nominated for and black klansman checked off every one of those boxes, and he was saying what about it? What if that's the dark horse and either black Clint clansman wins best picture or spike wins? Best director, you know. Because of those certainly with the more interesting movies to come out in the air. Oh, yeah. I mean, there's nothing else. Like it. I love it or hate it. It's doing its own thing completely in best documentary. There was one glaring omission. I think everyone was surprised that won't you be my neighbor the documentary about mister Rogers wasn't nominated money. Yeah. Gonna say, well, especially because the Oscars love movies that do really well and are critically acclaimed. And that movie was both. I think it was the most successful documentary of the year. And it may have been the most successful documentary. I'm not going to get the record wrong. If I say it, but it smashed a lot of records in terms of documentary box office and was widely beloved the only reason I can pick. It might have been left off is that Morgan Neville, the director has won his Oscar for best documentary pretty recently with twenty feet from stardom. But it's still seems odd. Not to even have it have it there on the list and finally with something like Roma, which is just so visually arresting, and and has just sort of captured people's sort of a social element of it, and the creative element of it a film like that. Which is so different. How does that usually fair during Oscar season? I'm I'm curious. It's got the most nominations. But I'm wondering if it's just one of those is it a is it a juggernaut is it headed towards the awards, or is it one of those things that people realize I we should recognize this, right, but not necessarily it's going to win. I don't know. To tell. I mean, it's a good candidate for jug or not dumb. You know? It's got it's got the most right has got ten nominations. I believe in it's tied with I can't remember what movie with the favorite for ten. There's all I think there was one thing against it. Which is maybe it didn't get a best editing nomination or something like that. But. Yeah. Is sort of everyone's favorite like when I've been hearing people actually putting down there pools and making their bets they're talking about Roma. But like we say it's at the beginning of the process before all these crazy campaign start to come out, and and there's somewhat of a contingent against Roma possibly as well because it's done. So well is the 'overdogs right before? I let you go any other any other category? You were interested in or something that you think our listeners might be interested in knowing. Oh, gosh. I don't know. I mean, I'm more interested in sending people to movies that maybe didn't make it onto this list. That would still be wonderful important mobile. Okay. Let me think of a few. I didn't come in with any right on my list. But okay. Well, you're never really hear the Lynne Ramsay film. With Joaquin Phoenix is really I think one of the best movies of the year and extraordinary performance from Joaquin Phoenix, and the kind of movie that doesn't get recognized. So so there's one right there. Well, let's go with movies directed by women since they got so little recognized in the in these nominations another was private life directed by tamra Jenkins. The first movie she's made in a very long time. No nominations in is really extraordinary. What else there's got to be destroy shirkers shirkers documentary by sandy tan that is again, not the kind of movie that usually gets nominated for an Oscar. Although there were some pretty obscure docks that made that list like HALE county this morning this evening. So if you can it's on Netflix streaming right now, go see sandy tan shirkers, I won't tell you anything about it. Except that it's just.
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on WGN Radio
"So it'll be that floppy stuff too. Yeah. So tell us what what what jumped out at you for the independent spirit awards jumped out at me. First of all was that the spirit awards realized that women made movies is great. I mean, we keep talking about can you ever? Forgive me. That's Marielle Heller. We should mention the director. She was not nominated the Oscars, but her films, certainly have many things and she's one of the best filmmakers working right now. And for best director. I'll just say, okay. So three of the five directors nominated the spirit awards are women. Debra Granik for leave. No trace that was one of my favorite films tamra Jenkins for private life and Lynne Ramsay for. You're never really here. And it was just really nice. They're nine alongside Barry Jenkins for if Beale street could talk and Paul Schrader for first reformed and other my favorite films the year. So I just I think overall just a much stronger assemblage, I don't personally for me. And you were saying these Academy Awards are cabbie ward weekend. So it's on the twenty third. Saturday right before the Sunday. So it's February twenty six so you can have your your your your checklist. And then you also have your prepare for the elections and see what who you're gonna vote for. I know it's boom, boom, boom spirit awards Oscars elections. Yes. I mean about and best feature my favorite film. The eighth grade. That's up for best feature along with first reformed. If Beale street could talk I keep forgetting that doesn't have a best picture nomination. The Oscars about a dozen leave. No trace, and you're never really here. Yeah. So I mean, there's a lot of really good. And then this film called the tail this people keep not seeing this as a film, but it was it premiered at Sundance, but HBO is really the one that's been distributing it. So you can see on there. But it's by Jennifer, FOX incredible movie. Laura Dern the star of it. You should check this out. Laura Dern, it's incredible. And it's the filmmakers going back to this relationship. She had as young girl this much older, man. And she starts realize my gosh, this guy took advantage of me. And I wasn't aware of it until I was in my middle age like looking back on things, and it just shows how you know, the the the human mind the way we try to contextualized trauma. It's a very complex thing. Sometimes it'll take decades fairly start dealing with it. But it's a filmmaker is about her life. She's actually grappling with it an inviting you to be part of the journey, and it's incredible detail. Tale is forced me to watch the tape. Laura Dern love can't miss. Let me let me interrupt this conversation to welcome to the conversation. One of our favorite listeners. It's trucker ridge. Hey, Patty, how you guys doing tonight? Very well. How's it where you are? I take off my start out by thirty nine. West of Chicago there. It was sloppy snow covered with real big wet snowflakes sawed eighty eight. Fifty five or doesn't get in by a world. Eric. Uh? Split. It just turned into rain, and it's just been posted speed limit ever since I'm over by sixty five and Indiana and also. Sean about thirty six degrees and a Hammam so badly. Are you worried going cold? It'll be a nice day. I was gonna say if it gets colder, then you have to worry about that ice, those icy roads and black is in particular. I'm guessing for you allow the problems that are the hesitant drivers. Is that continue to be is that one of the issues you have? What was that? I missed that. I'm hesitant drivers. You know, the folks who kinda like, oh, maybe realize they're overestimating their abilities to handle the weather, and then make choices that might put you in danger. I always leave a little bit of actual mom like my wife says I drive like a grandpa. Got enough miles under my belt. I haven't well. I'm not gonna say the word. I haven't had an accident. Over thirty five years, and that one wasn't my fault. So that at all, I just take my time. Best direct record. Yeah. I got juice aims you'll never fly faster than your guardian angel can fly. Get their billion times by going. Folderols? It takes is one time try to get there too fast. So at all. A rich. I have an announcement to make that I found out earlier today. I don't know that if you if you are on social media at all, but Dr dingman is going to be in the area on on Valentine's Day. I don't know if that's something you'll be able to do, but he's going to be at the comedy shrine in Aurora on Valentine's Day, and I'll be appearing with him that night. Support that a weekday or Thursday. I'm sorry. It's a Thursday. I know. I'll tell you. I'll try and get some video of that as well concern that he'll have. All right. And. Hi. Yep. Story with Dr digman. That's right. And he'll be now I booked him today since he's doing his appearance. He asked to be booked on show for next Wednesday for sure so he's in the books. I can I can take a photo and show you that. I wrote them down. Oh, I totally trust. You. You're my co driver. So I gotta trust you. I will. I appreciate that. I I'll try I'll tell you do my best, sir. Okay. You take care. And if you're worried about you, you've always asked about like Bassim talks when the war, spray and stuff. Yeah. In the wintertime, you'll want it to be spraying if they're spray. That means there's noise, right? That's true. It's mushy that makes sense. Look, look, shiny. And there's no little water coming up for tires from cars or trucks around you. Then that might be ice. So be careful. Well, thank you so much. I'm going to try to keep it on the road and keep listening to you. Appreciate that. We will talk to you later took rich. We were talking earlier about Sam Elliott and the three one two says as a huge Sam Elliott fan. I just wanted to weigh in Patty that you must must watch last year's movie hero starring Sam. He also an has an interesting movie coming out in a couple of weeks called the man who killed Hitler. And then killed Big Ben the big foot, wait a minute way. Big like like the Batman th that's all one title. That's the whole title. So it could just be a big gimmick. But I mean, how can you resist a film of that title in San Elliott starring I don't think you should know. I don't think it's I don't think humanly possible Tom Izzo. You're familiar with this. I'm just so in on this like, that's that's put all your chips on the man who killed Hitler. And then the big foot big foot. Big of that before we go to the break. I do want to say we haven't had a chance to to revisit this conversation. Because Elliott Toronto has not joined us now Elliott Serrano got no argument with sue the t Rex from the museum of the field museum. Oh, yeah. No argument with the t t Rex because sue contends that Indiana Jones was not a good archaeologist that he was just a grave robber and didn't kill Hitler. When he had a chance. Interesting. So even thought of it that way, there's a whole thread between Elliot and see the t Rex and actually then he came on the air. And and she did not engage. I don't know if the. Perhaps just the the the Twitter is the her place of of communication, but Indiana Jones. He's just Marvin museum curator. That's this blog. Museum. That's it. That's a good point. Yeah. He's very good at avoiding poisonous darts and rolling boulders. I guess absolutely. And he should have stayed with Karen Allen from the first my half degree with them. I have been a recurring character and all the movie as a kid who up as brunette and boys always like the blondes when the temple of doom came, and I'm like, really, I know I was so bummed because it will cause Karen Allen was kind of a tomboy too. I know she's so passing. Yeah. So poor Kate Capshaw sale that horrible role but Spielberg Lecter well enough to marry her. They're still together. So the happy ending offscreen, Amy Irving the brunette. I love Amy K before we again. Okay. One more thing. Because now have you ever seen the movie crossing Delancey? Now, this is I think you I want I wonder if you so my husband when when we started dating there were like movies that I was required to watch kind of every couple has. Yeah. I don't know. I didn't have any for him. I would have to ask him. If I if there are any that I made him watch. But crossing Delancey was one of them. It is it's a really sweet movie. It's Paul and Amy Irving. Oh, yeah. And Amy Irving say her mother plays like, I'm Jewish matchmaker. So it's it's it's a sweet little movie you have to see thirteen conversations about one thing. Okay. Starring Amy Irving and Alan Arkin to hear people fence around my favorite movies. All right done. Yes. Okay. Then here's another one. Yes. Also, my husband apparently big Paul Rieger fan. Which is local hero with Burt. Lancaster? Oh, yes. I think I might have seen this one by the way, Paul by the way, speaking. Because I think it takes place in either Wales or Scotland Tom programming note for tomorrow night. I probably need to let engineering know this. I think we're gonna have a Scottish pipe band. Studio O tuning in. But we don't need the performance base. But we probably need to set up a couple of microphones for them. Right. Yes. Okay. So let's let's Email somebody 'cause I just found out today. We're gonna have some folks in talk about Robert burns, and how we can raise a toast Rabbie burns. So we've got the piping Bantu beds. Incredible. Let's take a break here. And and we will round out the evening with a I'm trying to say, Tom. What do you think? Do you want to do? Tell me something good or what we meant to get to some of these stories. I feel like tonight's a T V what I meant to get to. Yeah. 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"lynne ramsay" Discussed on /Film Daily
"So I don't really know how this happened. But I'm okay with it. Yeah. So director Pablo hausky earned surprising best director nod which is unusual because the best director category doesn't usually contain to foreign film directors. And here we have. Heloc hausky as well. As off on the Koran, and this is a film that flew under a lot of people's radar even people who are a major snow files because it's you know, it's a black and white a romance period drama and not a lot of people have seen it. But the people who have have raved about it. But hasn't earned any sort of buzz in any case. And yet here it is in one of the top five categories with the the director earning that coveted best director nod shortly this because I feel like this was not in the buzz at all leading up to this awards. Like, I didn't even this wasn't even on my like watchlist for you know, before I was making my top ten of the year. I just didn't this wasn't even on my radar has anybody here seen that film. Nope. I want to because I've heard nothing but good things about it. But I just have not had the time. And i'm. Yeah. And to give you an idea critising almost four hundred films from last year as not seen this film. So that just goes to show you how much of surprise that is but a big snub this year in directing category is there's no female best director nominees fell. If you heard Jacobs rundown of the best director category earlier, you may notice that there are no female directors nominated, and while people may argue that female, filmmakers makers are not doing any awards where the look of work. I beg you to reconsider because I think that this year has had some of the most of visibility for female directors doing great work in the Indy and film festival circuit. You have Lynne Ramsay with the thriller. You're never really hear several brenick for leave. No trace and Marielle Heller for can you ever? Forgive me, which also earned three awesome. For nominations for best actress best supporting actor and best screenplay. And yet she did not earn a best director nomination when she could have easily gotten that fifth slot. There are plenty of others to khloe Zhao for the writer, which was critically acclaimed and was named the best the year's best film by the national study film. Critics and the Gotham film awards Josie work who's married who've Scott's also earned to Oscar nods to marriage hankins private life care into some for destroyer Mamie letter for on the basis of sex. There's so many this sounds like a long list stage. Longlist of ignored. My Critics Circle the Los Angeles online film, Critics Circle we do we do like instead of best record you best male director and best female director, which we kind of got a lot of flack last year. When we introduce that. But I actually I was actually not sure how I felt about it back then, but I actually now kind of loved that. Because I feel like. You know it. Yes. In a best world there should just be one category. Actually in the best world, there shouldn't even be best. Actress best actor I think, but we're not living in the world. We have Trump is president. I I like I almost wish we instead of you know, the kademi considering best popular film as a category. They might consider, you know, breaking up best male director and best female director. So that you if something needs to be done to get the recognition into start turning the tide in my opinion. I what do you think of that? Feelings about providing that category because I do think that if people just looked harder. And actually, we're able to see the film female filmmakers are doing great work that this category would be more evenly balanced, but Greta gerwig was nominated last year, and they've only been five women nominate in total at the Oscars. So maybe it would be worth it at this point..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on Unspooled
"Wait, like, it's not like the old dirty Harry version of many think everyone wants to see it. I think people thought like all grand jury. No, he's gonna go and to it. It's like it's like the dude bro version of we talked about with like Karen Kasama who director destroyer, and what Lynne Ramsay did in like you never really here. It's like adding a little bit of like a dramatic weight to it is, but it's like through his eyes and everything that we know of Clinton's. But I don't know. It's interesting that he I think is calling out the bullshit of of Hollywood like everything after his movies rejection of traditional Hollywood, it's true. And I will say like I one hundred percent do not feel. I'll guilty about taking the piss out of his films, but I do respect his discipline air and to me those are two separate channels of appreciation or criticism for what he does. I wonder how much of his de glamorization of the west comes from the fact that he was one of those people who was on John Wayne Speedo, we're John Wayne was like when he made win a Clinton aide, high plains drifter, John Wayne wrote him letter, and he was like that isn't what the west was about that isn't our American people who settled this country at I wonder if like there's a touch of clinics for being like, you can't tell me about America, you weren't even there either. Like, we're both just making this up. Well, and you know, what's great about Clint Eastwood is he subverts the tropes of the western right away in the beginning by creating the more violent western like, so John Wayne is doing these films where you can't show, you know, people getting shot on camera. He goes to Italy to work with Leoni Leoni doesn't know these rules. So he's showing bloody showing people get shot point blank range and Clint Eastwood's like I knew these rules, and I just didn't tell him because I thought it'd be more fun. So. Here. He is first subverting it in a way that we heard from John Wayne last week, you know, violence if it's not dignified. It's not good. So first of all he blows up the western just by like introducing violence, and then that character kind of carries over into Harry. And then he kinda wraps it all up at the end. You know, he kind of reinvents the western twice yell at I think would really surprise Sergio Leoni himself. It'd be like Leoni said this about Clint Eastwood he said that he has to expressions with or without ahead. That he would go forth in reshape the Jonah and reshape Dijon Ronan shape. The genera you I was playing his game. When I was rerouted and some of this movie. I was like, oh, I could imagine Kiana is giving this exact same line delivery for most of everything that Clint Eastwood does in the film, you know, because he doesn't tend to put any sort of emotion into his words, you just kind of corrects the volume a little bit, right? But that's also sort of who he is like, I mean, this is John wick again, we talk about the, you know, these these movies that are doing very well for us, the take ins and John wicks are plays on traditional western things in it. I would argue, you know, without the karate. There's a lot of similarities between John wick and William money, you know, to a certain degree. I just went to a guy who's living in this house. I'm done. I'm so done that I've buried my guns under something. Dad? Why? Yeah. No. I mean, don't I mean, there's a lot of there's a lot of stuff that you can see a direct line to to. But if you will forgive me, I do just want to play like at least a snippet of Clinton monologue to refresh ourselves as to how he gives lines in. Fame Ned Claudia. She's straight me up cleared me, drinking, whiskey and all. Just because we're going on this kill in that domain..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"This week on truth and movies. It's another fine mess hardy in the affectionate comedy tributes down Ali I've never getting married again. And just going to find the woman, I don't like firehouse here nightly stars in the human bio bio-pic collapse. I believe when he based quoting impart on school days. Yes, I think I had something to contribute. Kind of film clip. Steve Coogan, the unlikely music mogul Tony Wilson in the Manchester music epic twenty four hour party people this -tendance the bigger history. So a twelve people last Sopa. Hospitals that kissing hold Archimedes on his own in the buff coming up and truth and movies, white lies podcast. Yes. Mike alita here in the host chair says in cross from David Jenkins. White lies. David and welcome back Simone, Hans film critic for the observer good morning. Well, we recording this in the morning of the BAFTA nominations being announced an annual early morning for the prestige film industry, even early morning with the American film industry. Do we have any big snubs big reactions to the bathroom? No so far. Well, the best film list is is quite weird. I'm thanking it's the favorite Greenberg. Black klansman stars. Rogue owners stars stars born which it seems odd missing from that thing. Not what's missing what shouldn't be. There is correct question. Why why is green book there? And what does it mean for the us IRS seems to be coming? The you know, one of the favorites in this conversation this year after Golden Globes over the weekend. Yeah. I suppose they, but I'm reminded of a tweet the friend of the poet Charline tweeted about this. And I still think it's funny. I only have one thing to say about the Oscars, and it's actually about the buffed does or caps. If a British film wins best film than by definition. It should also win best British foam. Exactly. So that way. No. But I guess the big snub is is Lynne Ramsay for you never really here, which is nominated for best bridge foam. But. I'm really sad that one of my favorite films have lost year. Leave no trace isn't on on in the mix scene for the film. Can you? Forgive me as well. It's got lots of notes for acting for Melissa McCarthy, enriched grant deserve it. I think, but I think Mario hell is direction is gray. And she's just not been in the conversation as much she should have been adapted screenplay as well as usual the performance categories screenplay. Kathy's seems to have some more interesting nominations. If street could talk about his screenplay nominated. They Regina king has been snubbed from supporting actress. We'll get onto today. But there's lots of people still love impersonations a as opposed to actually building a character from from scratch, but scratch made as they say in the food industry. I believe they certainly doing America. Yes. As you. I'm not even follow that one through. Willful through is this impersonations bit. Because pubescent film of a best actor stemming only including Steve Coogan playing STAN laurel of a what do you think of that? We'll see momentarily won't we any final comes in the Baptist. It's great since the spite of us is the best animated film and shoplifters is a pa- best foreign language film that might pigs. I'd probably say that Romer I'm big fan pleased to see that kind of dotted around everywhere. I will still be standing star is born and crossing my fingers fit. All if those people are standing for by me rep city. No, I'm not. And I'm actually, you know, not very happy about it being nominated for best British foam with Bryan singer listed in the brackets next to the nomination. It's not really a very good. Look notes. Notes, but let's chrome with what seems to be with Steve Coogan special festive. We have first new release the week. Just stan. Ali..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"Someone of the DMV or what? Some a lot of fine people work at the DMV. Yes, she does work there. Her name is Sherry shorts at the DMV. Okay. So now the last segment on the show this. This crazy show of ours. Was last time you went to the DNV. I don't know. Last time. I went to the DMV the lady who was handling my case was delightful super professional, and it didn't take very long, California. DMV ask for forgot her name. But she was really good. She was the one, you know, you're in good hands. When the person's Haley, your case is the one everyone else's coming over to ask questions about forms. They need and she has the answers. It's like I'm in good hands. This is the expert. Okay. Well, thank you guys for schooling me by my stereotypes. Okay. Be you'd think since the first two letters were literally about stereotypes, you know. I would think you would like the DMV because it could be like, those letters could stand for Dan McCoy vehicle, you know. They could. It's factually true. Or Darth Murray Vader since Murray is our theaters middle name. But Dan, I know you're stereotypes about the DMV come from Patty and Selma on the Simpsons by far the most offensive stereotype on the Simpsons that these two ladies who worked at the DMV are very. Otherwise, extremely PC show. So this last segment of the show is where we recommend movies that we saw that you should watch instead of Gadi, please Lord watch anything except instead of Gotti. Yep. I saw two movies last night. Both of which I enjoyed dotty was one was under the silver lake which has not been released here yet. But I've not sick. Friends had access to French DVD. Oh, I know the friend. So it's the follow up from the guy. Did it follows? It's a this is what follows it follows. Yes. Congratulations. If I were there. I would you put a put like a Zinger sound effect? Just a. But it's nominally a mystery. I mean, it is a mystery. But like, none of it makes any sense. It's all it's kind of in the tradition of like stonier LA mysteries. Like, the long goodbye or big lebowski, but it's much more absurd and weird and nonsensical than either of those films. Like, it's about a. A on employed guy played by Andrew Garfield. Who's who there's a woman who goes missing in the middle of the night who he had a moment with and he wants to find her, and he sort of becomes convinced that they're all these hidden signals around him like that. This messages that I mean, it's all it's about the interconnectedness of all things except for like everything that he every clue that he follows up on is totally absurd and should not lead to. Himself in the mystery. But somehow does spoiler alert. Sorry. And so I watch released. Yeah. Yeah. And I saw also saw mausoleum which is a great bad movie about a woman who's possessed by demon after she goes into a mausoleum, and that's shown by her is turning green and her doing crazy things with her brain powers. So awesome. And. Talking about stereotypes. There is a very like minstrelsy like a lady housekeeper who gets scared of the supernatural thing in the middle of it. So that's kind of queasy, but the rest Liam would hold. The rest of it is like so bad and funny and so of its time, and there's just like there's a twist ending at the end that is completely nonsensical in the most life away. So if you're looking for a bad movie, watch say mausoleum awesome. I'm going to recommend a movie after seeing you're never really here. Earlier this year I've been slowly dip and back into Lynne Ramsay sky. Log and I'm going to recommend we need to talk about Kevin. Spooky little joint. John's that's as quote on the poster Buki little joint. Yeah. I thought it was really fun. It's a I think it's a great little horror movie about an evil kid. It shot beautifully is built around an incredible central performance by Tilda Swinton. And yeah, I mean, I it's it bounced around in time, it it postulates universe where Tilda Swinton and John C Reilly or married, which I love that idea..
"lynne ramsay" Discussed on /Film Daily
"It was always about miles. Morales his story. And I love miles a lot. I wanted to. I think Peter was talking about this earlier. I wanted to spend more time with him and see more of his his world. So it was just a film that I wanna keep revisiting. And I have not yet gone back to it. But it's something that I will see over and over again, I'm sure you check up the comic books. It's really great not. I mean, I think the movie is better like the movie plots the COMEX in a big way, but it's it's really fun spending more time with him in in the other characters in that world each t-. What is your number two of the year? My number two is you're never really here. So this is Lynn Ramsey's brutal tone poem, which is this heroin film about walking Phoenix's hired gun. Joe who makes a living from rescuing young girls from child prostitution rings until one day. He has a case that exposes this widespread corruption and results in him losing his latest rescue and basically like forced to go on the run, and he becomes intent on rescuing the the girl Nina that he had lost. Because of this this big corruption, and it becomes sort of similar to other like revenge lone wolf stories, like taxi driver in the other sense. But there's really no sense of catharsis here because this is a movie that is tremendously lean and completely absent of the thrills that you expect from these kind of movies. It doesn't offer you that catharsis that usually would get in revenge films and it. It it feels like a a breakdown really if that lone wolf mythos and a subversion of it in a brilliant way. And I I really really loved and I especially love walking Phoenix's performance in this. He transforms into this hulking, dense mass of a man who really can't function in modern day society. Like the only way he knows how to function is through violence. And that's something that I found really intriguing and really compelling to watch in your your number two on the year was Chris's number three. Chris why did you love? You're never really here. You know, pretty much all the reasons HD said, it's just it's not it's not what I was expecting it to be. I was expecting it to be this like violent. Taxi driver esque film, because that's kind of how it was marketed. And it's really not what it is. And just the editing of this film is so unique. And what I love most about this film is that it doesn't really tell you anything like the audience the viewer has to put the pieces together. And I appreciate that Lynne Ramsay trusts the audience enough to be smart enough to figure out what's going on without just flat out, showing them. And I know that might not appeal to other people, but I I really love that that aspect of it. Ben, you did not have this on your list is the reason why Nope. No, I I enjoyed this movie. And again, I agree with everything they just said it just didn't connect with me in that in that same way. No. I I also agree with what they said. I think you know, since I probably won't be talking about this on my last. I I love the style. I love the execution. I do love everything Christmas saying about this movie. I just feel like it's a shallow pool after that. I don't feel like there's much depth..