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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

08:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I just consume all event and it reminds me of my grandfather because for an entire generation my grandfather leonard lyons wrote for the new york post six days a week cover and nightlife in new york for forty years and he was the eyes and ears to what was happening with hollywood people and movers and shakers and i thought of him when i saw you the other night talking about how spike lee requested a tv for the euro cup final at the cannes film festival. You took me there by you. Being the is in years for that story walk us through what happened with spike china. Watch the soccer game at can thank you. Yeah so you know. He's here as the first-ever lack president of the jury In seventy four years of cannes film festival. So that's why he's here just to set the scene for that And he's had many films here. But this is a great honor being president and so at every screening at every dinner you know. He's the guest of honor and so this was an event called women in motion and Put on by the organization carrying which it's just like way up in the hills over downtown. Ken it's beautiful the most fanc- you know kind of snobby and not an not enough sense away but you know that kind of an event and nobody was interested for for a chunk of that event in anything but the but the soccer game and spike was during the drinks our they had the A television kind of on the side and he was set himself right down and everybody else then kind of gathered around and then they turned it off when it when it was trying to get everybody to go to their table for dinner and so one guy though had had it on phone and Spike was very interested in following what was going on so At a certain point when that guy that had it on his phone like what a or whatever spike in a bunch of other people gather around and and then at that point spike insists that he you know he said You know who. I've talked to to get back on the big screen and If you're likely you get what you want Particularly as the president of jerry cannon so thanks to spike. We saw the end of the end of the game. Scott five joins the show from the south of france. Cover the cannes film festival for the hollywood reporter. Ben line filling in for rich eisen on the rich eisen show my producing partner. And i always joke. Watching sporting events at film festivals is the greatest. I have memories of being a fan looking for a wi fi signal to watch kevin durant in the playoffs. So i that's like but what was amazing the other night sky and you're over at france when spikes kicking off the festival opening night. You know he's he said that's an extra a tremendous honor for someone who's dedicated their life to cinema to be the president of the jury. He kicking it off the same night. His short film is starting game one of the nba finals on abc. It was this amazing moment for spike lee to has dedicated his life to sports and film. He's at the center of both of them. How has his time in francis. You're kind of set the tone out there or impacted the way that everybody's experienced this year's cannes film festival which is the highest of the high. Yeah i'll tell it's a i've no. I don't believe they've ever previously had the president of the jury on the poster. I mean people are very excited that he's here and he's you know thrilled to be here He has an interesting mystery with canceling will going back to his first feature. She's gotta have it was was. It played here then. He came back three years later. Do the right thing. And a lot of people roger ebert others were You know really calling for it to win the palm door the top prize and it was shut out by a jury. That was presided over by them. Vendors who apparently sort of bad mouth into the other jurors and it ended up going to sex lies and videotape soderbergh's breakthrough movie and so at that time spike. You know was very vocal. He didn't have an issue with the cancer. Had an issue with the with them vendors and the jury and so it is sort of poetic that all these years later. He's now the guy that's the president and He actually at the opening press conference with the with the full jury which also includes you know maggie jillian hall and some other people From all around the world i he was reflecting on his history with cannon. He said that there was one year that he had a movie. Here i think it was in the mid nineties because he said it was when the knicks were still You know we're we're in a one of their good periods and he said he came for. I believe he came for the premiere. Film flew back for the knicks game in the playoffs and then came back to ken. Twenty four hours later. So that's a that's a man after your own heart or true knicks man. that's fantastic. i love it. Scott feinberg joins the show covers film and all things awards for the hollywood reporter. I reached out to you the other night. When i saw that you were getting to go. See the new. Wes anderson movie Which feels like such a perfect place to go and see that. I got to see moon rise kingdom. They're a few years back when he fired in france. Tell me tell me your thoughts. And what was the vibe mike when timothy shalam another knicks fan hits the red carpet. Well you're absolutely right about being the perfect place because this movie is called the french dispatch. It's set in. France and wes anderson is the most famous francophile american filmmaker. There there is and And so there was just plus as always he has just this incredible ensemble cast tons of stars and many of them did come with him to the premier. So you had some of these. Shallow may who you know. Young women were were most pleased to see their but also Oh and wilson venetia. Del toro till the swinton You know just many many other. I think Edward norton. I believe it's just huge group and People you know. here's the thing. The funny thing about ken is that unlike any other festival in the world that i know of certainly north america people here really are a few sieve in their reaction so like this movie. Got a nine minute standing ovation at the end. And that's not unheard of. It was a very good reaction. Probably the most polite. We didn't love. A movie is five minutes standing ovation. Which there's been a lot of but No people really responded to this movie. I think it's it's a question mark if it will be an awards movie beyond the craft some technical stuff where where wes anderson's movies are always most obviously incredible because it's a story that's sort of told in chapter so it's not necessarily as buying as a movie that you know runs beginning to end and there's a whole story through the whole thing but it it. It is a contender for that top prize this year along with the film from finland that called a compartment number six and and some others. That are still come. This is a basically a two week fest and stuff rolls out from the beginning as you know and so we're always hoping for a nice surprise. Ben lines flown in for rich eisen on the richeisenshow joined by scott feinberg all the way from france. We've gone international on the show today. Scott covers the all things films for the hollywood reporter. Edgy know scott. The canned film festival special place in my heart. Because that's where. I met my wife at the premiere of red army on you mentioned by gabe polsky that was sold to sony classics and took a very unusual path for hockey documentary playing at a film festival. That's a fantastic movie. I didn't know that that's where you met your wife. I'm good friends with with gay. I don does he know that. Yes absolutely and and You know that's why it's my favorite movie. Ever the holds a special place in my heart but i also love seeing sports movies as part of the awards conversation and with kobe bryant winning an oscar before he passed. And you see. Tonya harding film. Get nominated allison. Janney win and look in the best documentary category free solo versus oj. Ignorance like there's a real movement of awards worthy sports storytelling happening in hollywood. What are your thoughts on the emerging genre. I think you're absolutely right. And i'll tell you something. That's very exciting. Which is that This year. I think we're gonna have another one from what i'm hearing. I haven't nobody seeing this movie yet..

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

06:54 min | 2 weeks ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Who's just been hit in the stomach with a baseball at the red sox game 'til one thirty in the morning. The game goes fifteen innings. Jack clark kitson's third home. Run a a walk off in the fifteenth inning. At one thirty in the morning again most fathers would would have taken their ten year old son son home in the tenth inning or the eleventh inning even if they had not been impaled with a baseball in the stomach. But no this shows you. My dad's love the red sox news to say when my mother found out the next day what happened. It's the only time from their forty eight years of marriage forty nine or whatever it is now that i can remember them fighting having a true argument and my dad not having two feet to stand on and i remember back then thinking. Wow that is ridiculous fast. Forward ten years later. I'm gonna bar new york city. I see roger clemens. I go up introduced myself. He's a let me see your stomach. You still got the bruise from that bruno. Line drive so i think that's where my fear of line drives comes from and i see these folks on the home run derby last night going crazy for foul balls and runs a gift that away from me my father. The world's biggest red sox fan is scarred me for life when it comes to foul balls all right. We got him. Let's switch gears. Let's go from town old baseball stories to talking all things the cannes film festival with the hollywood reporter zone. Scott feinberg kind enough to call us from across the pond in france. Are you calling us in a tuxedo. Envision you on the cuisine heading to another premier. What's going on man. It's great to be with you. And that was a great story Your dad and i have to say You you really. I don't know how many of your listeners appreciate. What a what a amazing lineage you have in journalism not just On the sports side of things. But i mean the the fact i mean even grandfather i studied and read about and all that so i am just connected all back to the movies. I mean it's it's it's really a cool story. I appreciate you got so much. And you're somebody who's coverage. I follow ravenously. I just consume all event and it reminds me of my grandfather because for an entire generation my grandfather leonard lyons wrote for the new york post six days a week cover and nightlife in new york for forty years and he was the eyes and ears to what was happening with hollywood people and movers and shakers and i thought of him when i saw you the other night talking about how spike lee requested a tv for the euro cup final at the cannes film festival. You took me there by you. Being the is in years for that story walk us through what happened with spike china. Watch the soccer game at can thank you. Yeah so you know. He's here as the first-ever lack president of the jury In seventy four years of cannes film festival. So that's why he's here just to set the scene for that And he's had many films here. But this is a great honor being president and so at every screening at every dinner you know. He's the guest of honor and so this was an event called women in motion and Put on by the organization carrying which is just like way up in the hills over downtown. Ken it's beautiful the most fanc- you know kind of snobby and not an not enough sense away but you know that kind of an event and nobody was interested for for a chunk of that event in anything but the but the soccer game and spike was during the drinks our they had the A television kind of on the side and he was set himself right down and everybody else then kind of gathered around and then they turned it off when it when it was trying to get everybody to go to their table for dinner and so one guy though had it on phone and Spike was very interested in following what was going on so At a certain point when that guy that had it on his phone like what a or whatever spike in a bunch of other people gather around and and then at that point spike insists that he you know he said You know who. I've talked to get back on the big screen and If you're likely you get what you want Particularly as the president of jerry cannon so thanks to spike. We saw the end of the end of the game. Scott five joins the show from the south of france. Cover the cannes film festival for the hollywood reporter. Ben line filling in for rich eisen on the rich eisen show my producing partner. And i always joke. Watching sporting events at film festivals is the greatest. I have memories of being a man looking for a wi fi signal to watch kevin durant in the playoffs. So i understand what that's like but what was amazing the other night sky and you're over at france when spikes kicking off the festival opening night. You know he's he said that's an extra a tremendous honor for someone who's dedicated their life to cinema to be the president of the jury. He's kicking it off the same night. His short film is starting game one of the nba finals on abc. It was this amazing moment for spike lee to has dedicated his life to sports and film. He's at the center of both of them. How has his time in francis. You're kind of set the tone out there or impacted the way that everybody's experienced this year's cannes film festival which is the highest of the high. Yeah i'll tell it's a i've no. I don't believe they've ever previously had the president of the jury on the poster. I mean people are very excited that he's here and he's you know thrilled to be here He has an interesting history with canceling will going back to his first feature. She's gotta have it was was. It played here then. He came back three years later. Do the right thing. And a lot of people roger ebert others were You know really calling for it to win the palm door the top prize and it was shut out by a jury. That was presided over by them. Vendors who apparently sort of bad mouth into the other jurors and it ended up going to sex lies and videotape soderbergh's breakthrough movie and so at that time spike. You know was very vocal. He didn't have an issue with the cancer. Had an issue with the with them vendors and the jury and so it is sort of poetic that all these years later. He's now the guy that's the president and He actually at the opening press conference with the with the full jury which also includes you know maggie jillian hall and some other people From all around the world i he was reflecting on his history with cannon. He said that there was one year that he had a movie. Here i think it was in the mid nineties because he said it was when the knicks were still You know we're we're in a one of their good periods and he said he came for. I believe he came for the premiere. Film flew back.

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Who Else Katie Holmes? Obviously you've mentioned that she plays Rachel Dawes. Do we like. Do you have a preference? Would you prefer she stay on? And I'm not talking just continuity a coup played the better Rachel I. They're both fine. I like the Rachel in this movie better because I I liked her disappointment with Bruce and I felt like the second one was so tied up with like the Harvey Dent. Bruce Wayne Rachel love triangle that lake at least when it gets one that a more authentic moments in this movie that Bruce's like understandably like taken aback when she's upset about him like bringing a gun to the courthouse they cheat she is like she's a major figure in his life and like it almost like when you go into that romantic territory it becomes almost cliche wheth- rather than like in this one just kind of being lifelong friends when he had nobody and I realized that's over analyzing it really no difference aside from that it's not like the Rachel Dawes character was given a lot to work with right like in. That's kind of why they're good in this. When compared to the next one only because Katie Holmes whatever it is better performance. She seemed to me at least be more of like a bad ass which fit more into the role of I think Rachel because of everything she had to do and I didn't get that same vibe for megajoule but that's because I agree but I think that's like the big the big thing about the Maggie Jillian Hall character in the Angst of like Bruce Wayne is is now. That Mega Jilin Hall is is with Harvey Dent. Now now she's like basically somebody's girlfriend whereas in this one cheeses his friend like a big catalyst for him like seeking to better himself. With her disappointment a fellow he had more to offer in terms of like being a bad acid in the second one. Obviously not I have a hard time explaining what it is but there's a way that she plays Rachel. I just prefer in this one like I don't like there's almost like A. It's because I think their relationship is built on when they were kids and they were like younger and immature and they've grown up but they're still bit of like immaturity osita. Bruce's well where I think Maggie Joan halls. Rachel is a little more larger than life character. I don't know it's fucking explain it but it's like this little intricacies like the split splitting hairs. That is the way she went about performing Katie Holmes. In this one I I just prefer it better demand the end because I was in the better movie but obviously the biggest every twenty two of these actors. It's also but like her character is given more in this one than to. Just be the the thing that Bruce Wayne is email about nick apart of Alpha characterization. He's he's simply time and we've all been there like we've we've all look. I mean who amongst us hasn't loved a girl and then had her blown up a warehouse by of the joker baby like most people go through that when they're seventeen bruce you know had two things came along differently in his life But yeah you're right this one. I felt like he obviously the add something for Rachel. But it wasn't like you know you such a simple. Alfred had to lie about the note here the NASA way. Too much of a SIMP- masturbate. I'm afraid you're going to be upset when you find out that name. That's going around now right that you showed me that guy like texting the girl. It's like Bruce ways like hey how're you doing? In the girls like dot dot dot and then the third one is Harvey Dent in the K. Would so baby eggplant Emoji. And she's like Oh Harvey Daddy. I'm GonNa make that name now Go back to the origin. Thing is just the way that Batman Becomes Batman. Because this Batman doesn't have superpowers which not that bad man does but this universe doesn't have superpowers now. Christine Owens big thing and it's you can eat right like I guess. Tell me if if I found crazier but you can get away with Batman doing crazier things than universal access. Right you just you just kind of set that aside for sure so this one obviously I like I like the Razov Training stuff because even the art of deception and like magic and sleight at like that type of shit like it makes it. You're like okay like when he disappears like you have to find a way to explain it and again. I think that that no-one just Kinda got that. He's like we have to pay. Says we have to make this move quick. We have to be able to explain it in a way. That is interesting and that will still make you believe like this guy who is basically superpower but at the same time isn't superpower. Thank all of that is I. Do think the beginning stuff with. Rosza goal is is is good as my biggest issue in Roswell go. I don't ever loved the Russell Google stuff in dark. My rises and I liked the dark knight rises but the character to me. I just didn't. It didn't have a ton of intrigued. Me I guess. Isn't that the weirdest thing like if you went back in time and said Yeah Batman is GonNa be a Ninja. Wouldn't you be like damn that's GonNa suck like that's going to be terrible somehow? It's fucking awesome. It was really cool. Yeah it's like the fake out stuff from beginning Ken Watanabe's in this movie. Abc's many other Nolan things. He's in an inception. Poor Guide section. Just toss down into the fucking limbo for eight years Other other Batmans seen things here I think even the bat cave. That was pretty fucking great. I forgot how cool that was. When when they roar up the Hans Zimmer? He's the boat back at it again. I think it is a little under appreciated. People say is not good. She's under appreciated that. We seize origin story movies and a lot of times like oh man. These origin movies like become so cookie cutter. But yet you go back two thousand five hundred fifteen. Sixteen years ago. They made a movie of an order to removing. That was unique and still remains for the most part. Pretty unique looking back on at that. That's probably makes. Oh Great How about the Tumbler? About the batmobile. Miss Movie do we like the Tumbler. And it's obviously the most unique batmobile out of all the ballots. It's a tank is the coolest Tricks and shit but I still liked it. A lot is interesting straight up tank. There's no weapons no cannon no doesn't turn to the motorbike and just sick. I never paid attention to the the explanation of what it wasn't reading. It was an all terrain vehicle that could launch into a ramp. Let's jump to get across rivers or other impassable territory and it would imply a bridging system that would allow others to cross. I always thought was the military tank. I didn't realize it was like it was for that it was like. Why did it have to jump across the bridge comeback? Put The bridge from your side of the river. I don't know it's one of the problems or it's like you have a tiger snake in whatever and you gotta get him across the bridge one at a time. I don't understand and I understand. Put them on the Tumbler. Jump that shit and I don't get out of the couldn't get the the bridge to work. That's the one thing about this whole operation that would work like they got the indestructible super tank with the jet engine. And that's all fine but it couldn't make a bridge I didn't. I liked the Tumbler. I I think the Tumbler firmly belongs in this universe. That is Thanksgiving More rooted in reality than what of the other Batman Movies by that? I mean the the Tim Burton Batman Movies and the suicide squad shit and also the one puts on a suit of armor. That can keep up with fighting Superman So think it works here. I'm just but I'm also glad to get back to like what we're seeing with our pets movie with that. Like more ridiculous looking seventies type muscle car batmobile like I. I don't think every batmobile these to be a tank and I kind of tried to do it a little bit with the suicide squad so athletic Batman right is that looked very much like the tumbler. And I think every Batman Kinda deserves its own car in in at some point. So you gotta get back to the bat like batmobiles ostentatious big Phallic Looking Car Dong Big Big Dick of a car needs that I agree Anything else with with With Batman Batman begins and any other big questions. You might have our our thoughts and my kind of out there a bit. The microwave machine was dumb. Okay okay. I didn't WanNa get to that next. I who did that? That was my question. Who had the best plot between between razzle the joker and Talia Al Ghul Slash Day? I mean it's it's it's the joker is the best too because it's the most simplistic you don't need to think about it too much. It's device to convoluted to the device with putting stuff in the water in the site is that is that the biggest like for me. I wouldn't call it convoluted but I guess if you could it definitely like this movie. I'll tell you what like this movie. If I think if the villain stuff had been a touch better this is right up there just below dark night. I think I like the device for me like was a little bows kind of. I'm biggest sticky point with the story. This this microwave that a radical the enemies water supply like or you could use a bomb and the the one guy. I think it was Mr. Yeah Fox was like Yeah you can't use this to disperse chemical agents but you know eliminating civilian water supply. That's a okay. Not a worker on. What is the moral dilemma? You're not having thought it was he. It makes sense at the time. But now it's stupid. It feels like something that like you know has has a scientific type explanation that fit in well for that decade where it felt like. They're trying to do something. That was like a complex plot They had You know the whole thing was basically. The whole thing was engineered for that. Ncaa tray the kind of had to work it back but like the way they got to like the training to be at a certain point it felt like a lot of work felt like he could have very much directly. Done something else right And that's why I think the Joe the joker jokers like put the less like in terms of Dacosta. The plots how much they spend holiyay shadows spent a lot of money on one in three coming up with all that shit. The joker just got a few fucking people like okay. We're GONNA do this now. The dogs I loved What's his name Just Bruce Wayne. Just being like yeah. I won't kill this one murderer but I will kill all fifty of you with no problem whatsoever. Asked Classic Bruce. Wayne we go do. We classify him leading Russell. Gould die at the end as murder. I mean He. He's already killed at that. Point literally burned all those fucking other dudes to the ground. Burnt them to death. You Google is more because basically they won't shoot somebody. Batman just needs to clarify shooting. I think them rigging it to the train explodes and blows up and Save the day. I think that counts as murder agree. I I think I think Batman bad dude. Put Him up in Arkham the Dick. It's bad guy. Get the rocks on instagram..

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"Alfred is loyal Butler. Lucius socks Mccain Morgan Freeman a tech expert at Wayne Enterprises Batman is born in the Batman happens This was released in two thousand five. The Dark Knight released three years later in two thousand eight and then I believe two thousand. Twelve is when The Dark Knight rises over there. There was a a pretty wide gap in between three movies. I mean nowadays. Four years for a sequel at that is crazy Between the Dark Knight and the Dark Knight rises budget. One hundred million bucks only made three hundred eighty at the box office. That obviously changed drastically with the Dark Knight which made a billion dollars off a very similar budget that time. One hundred eighty five billion dollars that we know what happened. Dark Knight rises then again made over billions. Well then it became one of the most successful trilogies of all time but again not a movie. People talk about as much compared to the other two. What do you guys think about? That began start you trill. Initial thoughts and score for Batman Begins Batman against is a severely underrated origin. Story type movie. I give it a you know what I'm going to be nice and I'm GonNa give it a Navy. I think it's very solid. It doesn't get remembered because it it doesn't have a good villain has an okay billing as an okay bill but what really made all the memorable parts about the next two movies? Are THE VILLAINS In really you know obviously Great Portrayal in Heath Ledger in the joker in a interesting take on Bain which a lot of people tend to enjoy but I think got a lot of notoriety simply because it was a distinct in What what I did like about this movie was it. Did a good job of portraying. Bruce Wayne is kind of a Petulant Rich Astle And I think that made his. I think that made his journey a little more rewarding but he is very dislike at the start of this movie like yeah and I know his circumstances suck but I forgot how much of a fuck astle he was to like. A you know just getting to the point of like where he confronts. Falcone and then goes off and goes to Tibet earned Nepal or wherever? He was actually where was he? I assumed it was China or something. Somewhere Yeah it's it's very solid. I liked it a lot more than I remembered it. I I enjoyed it in two thousand five but considering considering where the series went I think it holds up. I think it's very sequels are very true to this one. Proton is the correct intern. He goes okay so eighty for you. Trail Kendrick Eighty one angry. That's COOL I. I was GONNA give an eighty before you rated at Bitch eighty-one gave it a point up just so I didn't have the same score as you as but you know. I agree with a lot of points. You said Tro I. I do think it's underrated among origin stories. Only because so many origin stories are so so bad and I think that this one isn't great but it does a better job than most in I think. Maybe we don't give it enough credit for that alone I agree with you. That also that Raza who is just not that cool villain even though this is I think Liam Neeson's was good casting. I don't agree. I think he's good in the role even if you don't love it's Friday. Yeah it's a good role I just don't think they did enough with him to make him as cool as he could have been. Which kinda sucks. But it is what it is I think the actions you can censor all cool killing. Murphy's cool is a scarecrow I mean what's your name? Katie Holmes is Great. Rachel Alford's a great are Alfred. Michael Caines great outfit. The one part that I did not remember about this movie. That is really bad as Tom. Wilkinson is coney is accent like the. We're Brooklyn accent. He tries to do. I think Nolan just KINDA SWUNG AND MISSED THEIR. Because then he hasn't him. Yeah he was awful. He's again see. You WanNa come down a Gotham see. This is my city. He was never recast. Never use the character again right. No FALCONI was in the next one. It was just a different guy. They just is at the meeting with the joker. Yeah he was just recast it as an actually cool bad guy and Tom Wilkinson's a great actor like he's plenty of other movies like for example Rockin roller is like the main bad guy. That needs fucking awesome. Because he's always just a more comfortable role having him play this Brooklyn Gang Starr. I think was a huge swing and amid they just used a different guy who took over coney in coney fuck I got this guy's now this is GonNa Piss me off now snows Maroney. Sal Maroni Right Maroney and Falconi. Maroni told the Foul Coney Crime family. You're right. Yeah that's the guy who you're talking about the guy who that he dropped off? He's like this isn't GonNa kill me and he dropped him off and he broke his legs. Okay yeah I thought the same thing too until double check? Wait a second. I forget what they did with with Al Koni Cooler. I agree with you Waco. He's he's got the very Gotha me like five to him. This one just like like he was also. It's almost like you went to some weird. The first thing that came to my head. 'cause you messages in the group like I forgot how much guy stunk He was like if you want to escape room and it was like a mob themed escape room and that's a guide the front desk but he just didn't work out then ruined the move. Your I think it was. It was a bit of a miss or like a mob themed restaurant or something accentless so often like that's a big deal whatever but like the character also just stuck in wasn't very interesting and but other than that I mean I think they weaved a lot of plot elements decently well and I think they set up a lot of the dark knight very well in this movie which was the most important I would say contribution. It had to the tire dark natural g. Well we'll get very on the nose ending of this movie whether we like it or not. I have a couple of questions on. I know what you guys think about. Certain things here But it's kind of going through the story I think I gave it. I gave an eighty higher than you guys. I think it's it's it's aged well and I think in terms of origin. I think this is about as good as you can do. With roars historian keeping it interesting. Obviously Christopher Nolan loves time he loves the concept of time and bending time and twisting you about on a movie and I think I always forget what this one he does that very much. As much as I'm like a dunk right like maybe not as complex but you start out in different parts of his life and they all kinda eventually in the end but there are flashbacks. Flash FORWARDS ADMITTED TO CREATE A way to keep the viewer kind of their head on a swivel. A bit and to keep on your watch and keep you engage in interested in trying to piece things together and figure out on your own how this particular Batman comes to be And I think it's it's very well done even though there are parts that I don't quite love where as opposed to the dark night for example which is one of my top movies. Top twenty or top is just released list. I can't remember Moussa. The last fifteen twenty years and so in my opinion darkness customers. We've all time but this did set it up very very well again. Jumping time kind of going through the story a little bit. I noted that they win. What bruce virtually do a great job of Bruce? Wayne's parents death here like I. It's it's it's a well thought out an emotional story hits beats but doesn't drag too much. They tell Bruce so many important things adult things parents die. They're like hey we got the guy kid. The kid the kid's GonNa be like all right. How old is he like six? I don't know they brought them to a fucking opera and he was six years old and and then like when he's back at the manor the The the new Sierra ever he's like hey man we're going to have the company and he's like talking business with L. fucking decorum here guy. Kids barely pressing his parachute. And you're talking like a dull stuff. I like the board and and like shares and stuff but I think that's a big reason why you can't recreate that scene again. You can do that. Seen any better than the. That's more or less. The I think the the limit for us and I think that's definitely the best Batman death scene and I like the actor who played Hook out what's what's Bruce's dad's named Tom. Tom Llamas Wayne. Yeah Yeah So. I think. That's one of the better actors to ever played Tom. Lena I did find that. He kind of helped still like that. On Oh Batman beauge would be a good person you know help. Gotham whatever without going overboard. Which is you know. It's interesting enough and also like the guy who played Joe Chill Right Joe. Chill through the guy who killed his parents. I like that actor a lot and he says he looks in the cameras. I'm Joe Chill. Hey Joe Chelsea remember me does the. Ceo of Wayne is actually played by Rutger. Hauer William Earl is rest in Peace Rutger. Hauer big Joe Chilean Murphy. Well let's talk about killing Murphy Murphy. Plays the Scarecrow Aka Jonathan Crane do we. Like the scarecrow the scarecrow a little bit slept down here in terms of villains from this from the Christopher Nolan vs Batman. I think it's power like his powers for his villainous. Intent is cool like messing with the mind and hallucinations. And all that like we. We know we just came off a wreck. What a year off of now Spiderman two. Which did a great job of showing how losing hallucinations and all that? Shit can be that cool. I think they kind of you know may missed out on the potential here of crane and they. They just threw a bone in the next one by making the not the next one or two movies from now when he was the judge or whatever like I think he could have been a much cooler villain but it is what it is. Yeah it was fine. I think that the obviously allowed them. I mean the thing about this one that the dark knight just doesn't have is that there are very supernatural. Ask or supernatural light elements play both with the the League of shadows and Rosza goal and then also with the scarecrow the scarecrow his explained by science and all that but but. I don't know if I love that and kind of like we'll wait fits in a bat Batman Origin Story. I thought it was well executed. But that's the reason I love the dark knight so much it almost just like the essence of the joker in terms of him. Just sowing chaos. I thought was more pure in terms of Playing off Batman and I thought that's maybe something you do in the second one that maybe they didn't have the runway to do in this one because they're still trying to set the character up but The scarecrows fine but like it. Just it it's you know with your to rate it in his tire. Run of movies. I don't think it's in the top half. Well you played the Arkham Games right in keys. Prominent in those right is he cool. Knows is a similar character. It's just you know you get hit with the gas. And then he he grows in size and and you had to loosen hallucinations and whatever. I think it's fine. I mean I I like the what I like about the characters like how embedded he is in the criminal justice system. And I know that's kind of eggs kind of a complaint also like not really is like throughout the first two movies obviously they highlight the Katie Holmes Maggie Jillian Hall involvement in. You know the kind of being in the District Attorney's office which then you know worked itself into the second one with her involvement relationship with Harvey Dent in this when it plays really well because she's obviously entangled in that space and then bruce almost shoots Joe..

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

10:34 min | 1 year ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"This is not on the dog but the Dakota Johnson did an episode of our. Barb didn't come back and season two. Did she totally forgot about Barbara in the upside down about socks? She's still there. Oh Sex and the constitution. That's a really interesting one. Sex Religion and law from America's origins. Jesus what a weird girl and I I mean you know how much Lindsey and I love to Johnson. We've made that abundantly clear I-IT's amazing. I love her more now. I'm willing to. I'm willing to say that she still a WHO radio I think she's still who I think. She is extremely safe. I think she's a WHO I think she's an interesting who because she hasn't had our big like kind of like fifty shades is one thing but fifty shades is sort of trashy trilogy. I think she's cosby constant. I do think that she's Kospi and I do. I think that there's I think she could do it. I think she's close but I I want her to stay because I love her like I want her to be something. I love her so much kind of being a little bit selfish to be honest her episode of Open Door. She's Dakota Johnson is for all the trash we talk about nepotism to go to. Johnson is the perfect example of nepotism. She is like self aware of her nepotism. She like doesn't care. She appears to not care whether or not she becomes super famous as an actress. Because she's so rich and like beautiful and successful already so it's sort of like whatever is confident in her talent which is funny because I really didn't thought she was terrible and fifty shades and still kind of think that she's terrible and fifty shades but then I saw so spira spuria suspicious. I saw Says the spirit of the new one and she's incredible in it so now. A little like also is Dakota Johnson. Good at acting. How many times do I have to say the Best Luca? Guadagnino movie bigger splash and bad times at the El. Royale sucks and is like a really stupid cheesy smarter. Thanks he is. She's great net right so Dakota Peanut Butter Falcon which is a movie that no one saw starring solvency liked it. I'm her house is vic I would not change a thing about it. I I would also notice. She didn't show the bedroom. She didn't show every room. But you showed enough when she was in the office and she was like. Here's a photo of my grandmother with her lion. And you're like Oh right. 'cause tippy Hendron had had and they made that wild movie about the lions and all those crew members got hurt. Tippy hundred is a lunatic. And guess what she's like one hundred six and still alive and kickin got a quirky sense of something. She's funny she doesn't think she's funny and she definitely is funny but it comes off a little. Her humor is strange. And I like that and you can tell that she probably doesn't get along with people because this was meant to be an herb garden and I never planted any herbs in it and I'm just looking at it now and looks. This is so crazy in here. I didn't ever do anything. And all this wild started growing in it like this guy. What are you even? Would we all know this? Because of the Olympic great she was an asshole right on back to Ellen and she's never going on that show again unless they make it into some kind of bit which. I don't even think that she would agree to do. Because she's as it was sort of a lot of things from this video going viral. One of them was like I love lime. Look on my land. I love lines and love them. They're great I love them so much and I like to present them like this is going viral going. Viral amongst of ten people are going to be Magid. Shutout shot truly shattered. Evan Ross Katz. For like trying to make this video happen which. I respect because it was good but also like trying to make this video happen. You're right there are plenty of things that are actually going viral right. Now and Dakota Johnson. Open doors not one of them. So you're right. I should step back but for years. Yeah for for our concerns. It's going viral. Her House is beautiful. There's a part where she goes. These are my awards. They're all really stupid. And then it shows a shot up the people's choice which is really hilarious. She bought the House and Ryan Murphy which is Great. It's almost like Ryan Murphy Dumb Ass. Why'd you move out of this perfect house but page six obviously obviously pulls out? I mean there are plenty of good moments in his page six pulls out the pettiest moment and the headline is to go to. Johnston told neighbors to quote. Shove it over bamboo plants. And it's based on the part where she goes in their backyard and how she has how. She has bamboo in the driveway. But because it grows really fast it like her neighbors get annoyed and she says and my neighbors on that side are in a war with me. About how high. The bamboo and the driveway is growing which is insane. Because why would I want people to be able to see my house? I can't believe that even letting you guys in my mouth so they can just show which is which is like the kind of personality that you want from this video and it sucks that honestly that page six pulls it out and makes it a bad thing because it does it makes it so that celebrities are encouraged to like t be funny like that. She's joking in a war with her neighbors. She's like but again Dakota Johnson has sort of the privilege of being able to be this sort of petty and rude right. She's GonNa get in trouble. Also reminds me up like that is low on the totem pole of rude neighbor behavior in terms of celebrities like member. Never forget many driver do jars of paint at people so I know I have to baby. Through baby jars of paint the legend architectural digest videos have really become a staple in celebrity like there. The new seventy three questions. I mean I think that we're getting weirdly. Authentic looks into their lives via these videos. Because I'm noticing how different one of them is depending on the celebrity. And you're it's weird. It's weird but really cool to see a celebrity. Do this because member like the Maggie Jillian Hall one was so specific in the live. Taliban was so specific and the The Shay Mitchell was so specific. You're getting like weirdly accurate views of these people's lives based on this like home tour thing and I think that is Yup. I'm realizing it's like one of our best youtube series about celebrities weirdly. It is it's taken. It's definitely taken the crown from another Conde Property Vogue. You're right the seventy three questions. Seventy two questions is so even though all of this I don't doubt is extremely not scripted but like bullet. I like okay. We know we're going to go from here that that really balden being like. Hey look. What's your dream. I don't know like Haley. Baldwin had to rehearse her lines for the code and was just like forget. The seventy three questions went from being in their own house again to being in like a hotel or to being like it went so Iran thunder so quickly like they lost the thread. The best videos are like. Here's my here's my actual house and if the point of the video Ada showing off your house. Then you can't get out of that you can't say. Oh let's do it in a hotel or let's do it. You know somewhere else like walking down the street and I mean I mean. Look at her. Hdtv obsessed culture. We love just looking at nice houses. I don't give a shit about David. Harbour David Harbour sucks seems like a dip shit. I would never want to be friends with him and yet I've watched his architectural digest video games. Because I think his apartment is beautiful. It's like a New York dream. It's a slow one bedroom apartment. That is gorgeous it's gorgeous. It's like a perfect little apartment. He's like he doesn't pretend that it's anything that it isn't like he's like oh my he's like. Oh my interior designer. Did all of this like he doesn't pretend to be like very head now. I now like thought I'm saying we're getting my appreciate getting like we seek authenticity in these videos like. That's why hot ones is so popular. Because they're like eating hot wings and they're kind of getting to real because they're they're losing their minds because of the hot wings and we seek out videos where we see some sort of threat of authenticity in our celebrities and and this is one of them. I would say this is one of the best. I think. Hot Wings and open door to door. Best Opendorf radios that we have this. Of course they're gonNA get ruined but for now they're fine. Who Do we want to analysts? In case any Any anyone's listening from architectural digest applause. Please listen who should we request? Who were some? Who's we should request Dakota's perfect. Whose HOUSE DO I WANNA see. Who's apartment do I want to say? I love seeing apartments so I I do want to more city dwellers and less la people so. Oh you know who's House I WANNA see? It's them but Jessica chastain is like Weirdo apartment across some cars so good. I WANNA see how she lists. I want to see how she lives. Oh you know he'll be really fun and who actually speaking of them's but like I'm just thinking like really really be York. People Spike Lee would have like a really fun episode of this because he's so serious but also like spike Lee so weird. Who's like a very like knew about? We're also could be like a good London posh apartment moment I mean Taylor like Taylor Swift Ready. Did she do one questions? Like no Taylor's Taylor only showed off her dumb like Beverly Hills House that she barely lives. And it's like that was a fake one Taylor Swift's was like not her main house. Which is a scam without right? That's so you're right circle Parker's already done it and her house was very cool we want. It's really fun to do. Young people who have new houses or new apartments house like Florence Day is how to bring her up like or apartment or whatever. Yeah that's fine votes for people who got famous they're like what do I do with this money like? I WANNA see how young people spend their money. Oh yeah not like magill in all. Who's like we bought this print from like some seller in Lake Glory side? It's shut the fuck up. I mean truly shout out to a D. because I do think that it's difficult to like. Get the perfect one of these. We can't even really the top of our head think of the CELEB- but like it would be easier but I think that they're they. You have to be so good at at knowing the balance because you want somebody who's worked with the designer so they have funny pieces like to say. Oh this four thousand dollar paperweight was picked out by my whatever because it represents my love of Spaghetti or whatever you know like you need one of you need some of that and then you need some of like. Oh I had this. I found this at a thrift store in In Spain and I had it reframed and shipped like you need. You need a mix of all things you know with a touch of the Shay Mitchell this is my actual like gave best friend slash designer slash assistant slash.

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

"But I've always had this dream that I'd fly one time and sit next to a really beautiful woman and we'd hit it off and get married as the plane lands or at the very least just play words with friends make a blanket Fort Fort and then do it but not in the bathroom in our seats and the air marshals cool with it because he realizes well. We have a special special on this particular flight that actress Maggie Jillian Hall boarded and started making your way towards me and if this was a movie about an interracial couple that falls in love while crossing a continental divide and a cultural divide Maggie gyllenhaal would start at movie because let's face. It doesn't independent movie Angelina Angelina Jolie is not going to be frequent flyer smiles. It's not a movie so Maggie Gyllenhaal doesn't wind up sitting next to me but instead sits directly in front of me which I did think about tapping her on the shoulder and being like Jalen Hall all you don't know me but maybe you'd like to sit next to me. We could talk about Batman uh-huh and what else bad man ooh naked secretary movie you that you will was party. He Double Question Maggie Jilin to you. Your marriage vows above twenty thousand feet sky a girlfriend. She was not my sky girlfriend. Instead my sky girlfriend was a crusty fifty something year old dude who was reading the Sarah Sarah Palin book remember his name saw call him Haas because that's what he kept calling me he sits down next to me and I had a rolling Stone magazine and it was in the front seat pocket and he's staring at it just staring at a really hard so I offer it to him and he turns me down and he calls it left wing propaganda which no he's got a point. Some of those album reviews are really in the tank for Obama four stars for Drake's album that is straight out of the Saul alinsky playbook. Whatever that is now. Here's the thing I don't WanNa get into a political conversation nation with this man because we have to sit next to each other for the next four and a half to five hours which to me that means we're airplane seat buddies and that's a partnership. There's trust trust there. That's about as close to cop partners as I'm ever GonNa get seriously because just like cut partners. You have to look out for each other like if my airplane seat buddy goes to the bathroom when the flight attendant comes by pretzels out grab extra bag of pretzels airplay see buddy. I'm finishing text and I know that the turn off all electronics light is on. I expect my airplane seat buddy to be a lookout for me like don't be a snitch. Look out you know if one of us rips a nasty ass. We both blame it on Maggie Agila Hall. This has been a comedy central podcast..

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Yeah. I mean, one of my daughters is twelve so she's very aware of what's going on. And my other daughter is sick. So it's different kinds of conversations my daughter. My twelve year old is an activist tease. The activated. She's a feminist. She ran into somebody recently who little girl her age. Who said she wasn't feminist. And my daughter was astonished. It's hard to imagine. Yeah. You know? And and you know, she came home and cried to me about it. Oh, wow. This is specifically liberal problem. And I don't ever like to be mean even to silly lips. And I don't like to mock anyone's family, and I and I certainly would never mock a twelve year old girl or twelve year old boy twelve year old anybody. That's not cool. That's not nice. It's not fair, and it's unbecoming. So I'm not commenting on a twelve year old as somebody with strong opinions, and who goes home from school and cries about them. That's that's not of any interest to me whatsoever, would isn't interest to me is that that was a clip of Maggie Jillian hall, the actress on the view, and she seems to think that it is not just normal but expected for a twelve year old to be quote, an activist kid should be allowed to be kids. And the only way. A normal child would feel the need to come home and cry because that young girl met another girl who did not self describe as a feminist is because the parents are engaging in a really relentless propaganda campaign toward their own children. Now parents can raise kids with whatever believes they want. But I I would just note that I think that they're doing a disservice. I think that anyone does a disservice to a very young person by really instilling in them, a radical leftist belief and not letting them keep an open mind and and develop their own beliefs. But I also think that increasingly parents these days and just adults in general in America who are libs who are liberals have absolutely no perspective on these issues. They have no ability to stand back and try to be a little objective. The purpose of their kids letting their kids come to their own beliefs and not feel familial pressure to take certain positions because even as an adult, you should always be testing and retesting your assumptions, and if you're someone who's going to be politically active. It's essential to think have I changed my mind. What what evidence could be shown that would lead me to change my mind. Why do I not agree with the other side? Is there anything that could change? That would make me agree with the other side. Am I sure I'm right about what I think and believe on every issue should constantly be doing that. I think it's necessary for the intellectual life of the mind. I think it's it's a really a precondition for being a true and full conservative. Honestly, you have to always say, why do I think these things why do I think that the way that it has been or the way that I have thought it has been is the best way. What am I trying to conserve lives on the other hand love to do? This thing of. You know, my eight year old was like asking me about like, why is it that intersectional? Politics have not been adopted by the mainstream media complex in quite the way that I would expect and they do this lots of journalists do this. And we know that that's not true. But they do seem to think that there's a kind of moral blackmail inherent in putting children into political debates, which is why they became so fond of using the park when kids for political purposes. Right. That's why there were some very politically active parkland teenagers who were all of a sudden being sent not just to make a case, but on search and destroy missions in terms of politics against conservatives. That was what they were trying to do that was what their mission was. And the whole point was that they were victims, and therefore could not be truly challenged on any of these issues. So, you know, this is this is a very real tendency on the left to politicized. Children and then use children as political pawns in a way that I think is just really gross. And it's just funny that they could say guy like my twelve year old is like an activist. And like how could anyone else not be a feminist your daughter's twelve Maggie? All right, far, be it for me to tell you what to do as a pair because I'm not even a parent. But I do know something about politics. Let your daughter be a kid letter. Wait a little bit before she has really deeply ingrained beliefs that come directly from mommy about politics. I think that would be a more intellectually fair place to start roll-call is next. Six.

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Eleven AM and two to three pm on NewsRadio KLBJ with a team of meteorologists NewsRadio KLBJ is the place to turn to when the weather turns severe live local and now on NewsRadio KLBJ activists who teased activated. She's a feminist. She ran into somebody recently who a little girl her age to the said, she wasn't feminist and my daughter was Don. It was hard to amount. Yeah. You know? And you know, she came home and cried to me about it. Oh, wow. This is specifically liberal problem. And I don't ever like to be mean even to silly lips. And I don't like to mock anyone's family, and I certainly would never mock a twelve year old girl or twelve year old boy twelve year old anybody. That's not cool. That's not nice. It's not fair, and it's becoming. So I'm not commenting on a twelve year old as somebody with strong opinions, and who goes home from school and cries about them. That's that's not of any interest to me whatsoever, would isn't interest to me is that that was a clip of Maggie Jillian hall, the actress on the view, and she seems to think that it is not just normal but expected for a twelve year old to be quote, an activist kids should be allowed to be kids. And the only way that a normal child would feel the need to come home and cry. Why because that young girl met another girl who did not self described as a feminist is because the parents are engaging in a really relentless propaganda campaign toward their own children. Now parents can raise kids with whatever believes they want. But I would just note that I think that they're doing a disservice. I think that anyone does a disservice to a very young person by really instilling in them, a radical leftist belief and not letting them keep an open mind and develop their own beliefs. But I also think that increasingly parents these days and just adults in general in America who are libs who are liberals have absolutely no perspective on these issues. They have no ability to stand back and try to be a little objective the purpose of their kids and letting their kids come to their own beliefs and not feel. Familial pressure to take certain positions because even as an adult, you should always be testing and retesting your assumptions mean if you're someone who's going to be politically active. It's essential to think have. I changed my mind. What what evidence could be shown that would lead me to change my mind. Why do I not agree with the other side? Is there anything that could change? That would make me agree with the other side. Am I sure I'm right about what I think and believe on every issue, you should constantly be doing that. I think it's necessary for the intellectual life of the mind. I think it's it's a really a precondition for being a true and full conservative. Honestly, you have to always say, why do I think these things why do I think that the way that it has been or the way that I have thought it has been is the best way. What am I trying to conserve lives on the other hand love to do? This thing of you know, my eight year old was like asking me about like why is it that intersectional? Politics have not been adopted by the mainstream media complex in quite the way that I would expect and they do this lots of journalists do this. And we know that that's not true. But they do seem to think that there is a kind of moral blackmail inherent in putting children in the political debates, which is why they became so fond of using the Parkway land kids for political purposes. Right. That's why there were some very politically active parkland teenagers who were all of a sudden being sent not just to make a case, but on search and destroy missions. In terms of politics against conservatives. That was what they were trying to do that was what their mission was. And the whole point was that they were victims, and therefore could not be truly challenged on any of these issues. So this is this is a very real tendency on the left to politicized children, and then use children as political pawns in a way that I think it's just really gross. And it's just funny that they could say gal like my twelve year old is like an activist and like how could anyone else and not be a feminist your daughter's twelve Maggie? All right, far, be it for me to tell you what to do as a pair because I'm not even a parent. But I do know something about politics. Let your daughter be a kid letter. Wait a little bit before she has really deeply ingrained beliefs that come directly from mommy about politics. I think that would be a more intellectually fair place to start roll-call is next. With.

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on Filmspotting

"So it might be nostalgia for me too, but it has to be in the running just because it was the first end when I have revisited that movie, it holds up for me absolute. It does hold on. The intensity of the dark Knight every way, but I'm okay with that. And I think I would actually still put Batman eighty nine in the running. And you know what listeners in a second are going to have another one that's probably gonna blow your mind. But I think it needs to be in the conversation before we get to that though. Let's close out the superman love had Josh. It's Brett Merriman in Los Angeles calling about the dark Knight, which is a great superhero movie along rich, the incredible and unbreakable, but the best was also the first nineteen seventy eight superman. The movie he played a joker is an iconic performance, but I would say no actor embodies his specific superheroes much as Christopher Reeve. It's such a stellar performance. You almost don't notice. He's pointing three people, regular Clark, bumbling clerk and superman. And while it's not as on the knows it started night at nine, eleven. I say Chipper meant as a political movie, three years after the Vietnam war, he was a hopeful simple. Hero that positively radiates kindness actually three years after Pacino yield Attica to a cheering crowd. We have seen where superman tells a prison more than don't take me. We're all on the same team. So Adam, it's okay to love dead poet's society. It's okay to love the natural, and it's okay to admit you love superman more than the dark Knight. Yeah, I feel no shame about loving all three of those movies. It sounds like reticent at the time Christopher Reeve. Superman was the hero we didn't deserve, but the hero we needed or something or you flip them around where you flip them, right. I got it. Yeah, it's so he's right about Reeve. Really appreciate his performance in here. I'll give superman this. It one ups, the dark Knight in the fact that it has Margot Kidder and a really compelling and elemental female character. I think that Maggie Jillian hall, you know, does fine for the opportunity. She's given in the dark Knight and certainly not a strength of the movie that character. Margot, Kidder is Lois lane is maybe the highlight. This is the one that I said might surprise you and Brett also threw it out there. Jack ruby says, unbreakable remains the understated masterpiece of the superheroes genre more than any other film. The dark Knight included. It captures the implications of what it would mean for a superhero to exist in the real world and it contains arguably the pinnacle of unscreened super villainy and Samuel L Jackson's Mr. glass containing what Tarantino deem Bruce Willis is best performance. Unbreakable is not just m night Shyamalan finest, but the superheroes genre's finest, Benjamin chambers agrees. There are only two possible answers to this question. Superman, seventy eight and unbreakable do you want fun do on action? Do you want silly? Quips like bad vibrations, then go for superman. Do you want seriousness? Do you want pain? Do you want? Thoughtful introspection and very real, very personal state. I love stakes than unbreakable. It is my third favorite movie of all time behind two thousand one and the seventh seal that's a trifecta. It Tri factor. I think we talked about this only in a hot mic segment. It came at the end of the podcast, and I was just throwing out how a couple nights prior to taping I got caught up and unbreakable watching it on TV. And I saw like the last ninety percent of it hadn't watched it since it came out in two thousand or two thousand one, and I was blown away by how good that movie is. I liked it then, but it is. I'm not sure laws best film by far and I think it does belong in this conversation. Love unbreakable. I think the success is probably better, but I can't wait to revisit it and good excuse with is a glass or Mr. glass somewhat sequel coming out. I saw the trailer for that made me really excited to watch unbreakable. Again, also interest in..

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"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"maggie jillian hall" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are those funny it was it was kinda creepy because they did such a great job with the head but but you know it's it's just like kind of like wow nobody's ever done this in hollywood and my agent glorious his daddy do you want to do one a hollywood's i and i said what is well you're going to go across the desert on a turtle and i thought animation that's a big turtle as well just your head and i said has anybody else done it they know there's slide done it no has schwarzenegger done it okay then i'll do it before we go i'm not going where are you going okay let's the role in what you were most cast against type 'cause you're type is always kind of like tough and menacing like the most powerful person so have you have you played like god he's so vulnerable he you know what i i did a roll costs sherry baby where i was like a nice guy with maggie jillian hall i remember very little about it but i saw that i was yeah it was kind of a real she was like a used in abuses got a prison it kinda showed what happens when a woman gets out of prison and how she's used in abused and and and i was like her buddy or her good friend or whatever you know what i mean and shoot wonderful great actress but we went all over the world people love that movie and then i gotta say i did a movie called storks where where i played a hero ix dark you know who lost his baby animated.

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