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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

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05:57 min | 2 weeks ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Just make thing you give it. A name steve plate and then he fucking love. This thing just loved it. He was a wreck. When it was gone it finally disappeared. But yeah they kids still definitely get attached to that stuff. I think that happened when the twins were younger. Is we very intentionally. I was like. Here's the buzz toy. Here's a witty toy that's all you can have go nuts for years old. Where like your buzz for for halloween. Your woody for halloween with Hats and everything this year. This is a little sidebar but this year there there are thirteen and they were asking they like they do chores to earn money and they like by their stuff. Off of wherever of the internet has shifted the house. And that's the thing that they do and they were trying to get money fast. And so larry. And i told them we pay him one hundred dollars if they recreated their costumes from when they were four and they were like are. They argued with themselves for like two weeks. Then they decided all right cool and so they had the whole outfit on again. But one buzz woody with the the fucking cowboy hat and the space. It was great so they change was bud and what he does and they were the exact same ones and it just made me so happy. You great i think are you. Are you what. He persists mouth before. I give you a chance to talk about your toys and i know you love towards as well You know my brother had a kid a couple of years ago and my nephew is just is probably my favorite person. who's alive. he's just so so cute. One of the most painful parts of the pandemic is just not being able to spend any time with him socks but he is for christmas last year. We got him disney plus and he has become a full-blown story convert and he watches toy story all the time and now anytime. I'm like feeling like shit. I just buy him a toy story toy and send it to him and like that like it works like it. Did these things like it's amazing. How a movie like this can can last for so long and make people happy for such a profound three time and the objects around them. If you're cynical you can say well. This is corporatism at. It's worst than they've built all these toys out of this universe but on the other hand like it just makes him so happy to be holding. Buzz light year in his hands. You know that's really powerful for young kids. Mallia your young kid at heart. How how do you have these days. Well i just wanna be clear that. I expect you to give us your list of favorite childhood toys before we move on. We're not gonna let you off. I'll give you some time to think it over if you want Beautiful and heartwarming point. That you just made sean. That's one of the great sources of wonder in a story like this. Earn anything in life. It's like a bridge across generations. Right something that you not only share with your peers but with your family members who are older than you who are younger than us. Something that you'll then introduced to other people in your life later on like one of my favorite books. When i was a kid was sam and the firefly and i loved the story but what i most about it was that i had my dad's copy from when he was a kid..

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

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03:04 min | 2 weeks ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"All he wanted. He's angry when woody the whole time. He the holy absolutely not. I think he was jealous of woody and bobio p yeah sure now what about you. What's your through watchable scene. It's either the the opening for all the reasons that shajaieh cited just like totally instantly immersive and magical but i. I think i'm going to go with with buzz. Realizing he's a toy because the the thing that sticks with me the most about the movie is ultimately the themes the growth and choice and identity and purpose and friendship. And that i think really like really comes to the foreign in that in that instant and it's just beautiful it what about you. John was her heart warming choices. I'll go with the second one that i suggested. Which is the woody and buzz having a showdown stuck at the gas station. That's the one that. I think that makes me laugh the most. It's just really funny. Okay what's the best first and foremost gotta say just the animation this complete revolution in animation. There and i've talked about a couple of times already and like shea said you looked at something is different here and while it doesn't look as good as say toy story. Ford looks now for obvious. Reasons smooth still looks incredible. I mean you can show it to your son. Chhay and i imagine that he wasn't like why does this look like shit he didn't and he says it real quick all the graphics on this are terrible if we watch like one of those shark nato movies real quick this one. He did not say a one time. So i know they're still. We gotta get rewatch. Shark nato with you and your son. Going man is outstanding outstanding. What else is age. The best disney betting on pixar disney was at this interesting moment in their history where there were of just about to exit this golden age. You know this this little mermaid beauty and the beast the lion king there on this extraordinary run. There are some good. There are some good movies that came out in the mid nineties or a lot obviously milan fans and hercules fan and tarzan and a couple of other movies but this that was kind of the end of that period and pixar really bridges that gap and eventually pixar is bought for billions of dollars by disney in two thousand and six other things that have to the best that indescribable attachment that children have to their toys. I i certainly was one of these kids. I was in action. Figure kid my whole life. I was so obsessed with my toys and these things and you can see all these fucking blaze behind me as we record this. I have that kind of relationship with these things. Now that i did with he man when i was six years old but i share. I specifically wanted to ask you do. Your kids have the same investment in in physical toys or are they more driven by screens. And what we understand me. Like with the things to distract children now. The older ones are more driven by screens. The younger one is still like if you take. He had a plate that he drew a face on. And then you just carry that shit around two weeks like four games like four games zach lowe. That was the most brilliant part of toy story for you..

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

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05:53 min | 4 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Where if you were an outfielder who could steal some bases that you really care about on base back then? You know I I do think he could have like maybe gets his on the Oakland A.'s. With, a three, ten on base. But like fifty steals, but he's been thrown out twenty eight times, and he's like one has one of those kind of careers. So the announcing that we get in conjunction with the steal of home is they say the jets lost a step or two. So clearly, this is like the end of his career I. This has made, you think fifty years last moments of glory. Clearly, than he had longevity and sustainability. Despite that the cops that I had in mind for the type of player he is. They don't sustain the these players did not sustain their success. I can't feed him as like A. Two Thousand Eleven Jacoby Ellsbury tape or like grady sizemore before the injury bugs derailed his career like twenty, some homers, thirty, some steals that kind of twenty homer thirty steal potential because we know that he has power. So his nickname, his moniker are the sober kit. The legend builds up around the speed because of the pickling. But we know that he's a power back to. So I'd WanNa. Lose sight of that brought into to pinch run conceal home. Clearly, a speed is the defining characteristic, but he could hit homers. He had power that. That's why I was confused because he's brought in to pinch run yet. Then we're also told that he's old which doesn't quite square the most movies said nineteen, sixty two. So even if it's I guess the movie night three, but even for it's like the eighties his probably in his late thirties, he was twelve or something at the time I. Don't know I just think if you're a ballplayer and you have that Keith Hernandez Mustache, look to you. You've had a long career. There's no question like he still carried himself I like. I the greatest sizemore thing. I was thinking Brady Anderson the. If the mysterious fifty homer, whatever they'll might have happened chemically seasoned hadn't sure what you mean, not sure what half of the nineties Brady. Anderson. To. Part of Baltimore, Orioles. History and not Sure. Like you sitting. To Ninety, thirteen homers, twenty nine steals. Like one of those couple couple of gold gloves, maybe like two or three. Yes. I I read. I. Don't know how reliable the the Sandlot Wiki is, and again I don't know what happens in the ensuing installments that counts as legitimate cannon. But I did see on his sandlot wicky that he went on to manage the dodgers..

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05:44 min | 4 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Yep. Easter plates. So the strike zone almost disappeared. Kitchens. Eight that. That's the way I played one hundred percent all the time. Baseball. I. Love It. He's he's not create invested the best, but I liked that is in there that movie is on its on one of the streaming services I noticed that it's on like Hbo Max, Peacock Awareness, APP research. This move is originally called the boys of summer, the author of boys of, summer, Roger Kahn said. No, you're not calling it that threaten to soon. They had to change it I'm actually glad it's called the Sandlot. We mentioned. Two of the actors in this movie. Start, in De to the mighty ducks? which is for our friend. Remember Brand, the Godfather of sports movies Vincent. Drugstore. That scene when smalls first goes to the SANDLOT was also easy to Halloween four and Halloween five rant, Sin Gamut of gambling a movie locations for that. The chewing tobacco from Carnival scene made out of Licorice Bacon, bits. And they had to keep filming filming, and the kids eventually really did get as sick as they were supposed to be the movie because he was just disgusting. Thought Beef Jerky as well. Beef Jerky was one of the props they used the luscious. Mr. Myrtle shows the boys a photo of himself, Babe Ruth, and Lou gehrig Odyssey retouched. Real photo. In there was Jimmy Fox who later became the model for League of their own. So there you go round comes around. The. Real life squint sued and won and then got reversed in though in the court of Appeals. But his name was Michael Polaris Childhood classmates, the writer Director David Mickey Evans, rottweiler names, Quincy's based on them was derogatory caused a shame and humiliation. I I, guess because of the pool saying. So anyway at the time he won was so cool. Yeah. He won his twenty. Twentieth. Century Fox he won. And then And then they overturned it. Did, you know the plot for the sandlot three heading home. No. I do know that there's a that they. They kind of turn the. You know another like, what's age the worst contenders? The main insulting. You play ball like a girl and they kind of turned that on its head and introduce. Guests I bet your character. That's not true. Though, right I'm not sure about the very vehicle I can't say that I've seen these sequels. It's Wendy, pepper corns, daughter, thus canceling out the sins of. Well. The plot of sandlot three Luke Perry Stars. As Sammy Tommy Santa's Santarelli. He gets knocked back to nineteen, seventy, six from two, thousand five and relives his childhood. It's a trucks through the. It's a time travel movie. Time, movies. Check this out honestly early. To. The guy repressed. Robes SACKLER SLURRED O..

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

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03:42 min | 4 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Him. You don't like I episode or something you're like. What is he pointed? Out that guy though I just think he's Ham I don't think he's that guy. You say him and it's like, Hey, it's a great hamby. He's almost transcended that guy status is the character. Okay the Vincent handed. Give me all you got word for best overacting, squint styles it up. Scrawled. squids is going for it. For the rest of his. Because Mr. Myrtle. As the cops how long he had to keep the peace chained up by slave. The set until four of. Four. You. have. I have him for another category. Okay. Interesting. Interesting I'm so glad about ten rewatch ago. We added the brand new booth award for best performance by pet. I- Hercules ten OUTTA. Ten shoe is remarks I. Think it's a Tour de force remark as this terrible beasts and yet when the fence lands honors Valor pointed out, it's really sad and you know. But but he isn't this terrible beast. That's the thing though he just he's taking the balls because he just wants to play fed. She just wants to have this interaction. It's like so heartbreaking. To hang out with the neighborhood kids, he just wants to play like the way he sits there. So peacefully watching their game in his little t shirt at the end. Of It. What a remarkable dog. The scenery licks Scotty is really cute because you know he's going to, and then he he delivers like a full full like Beethoven style lick and it's perfect. By the way I'm GonNa go with adult smalls for the overacting. Oh. That's great. Goodall, Arlo, sound like it that guy hasn't gone on too much. English mastiff. That was the. Apparently this kind of burgess with half s Internet research, but five five of them playing her the heat. Filming Dion waiters award for the best heat check. This is squint. Well. But he's he's. There in the movie a lot. The kids, it's tough time. So. Weird territory. The Dan waiters thing because. If. It's somebody who's not in the movie that much you gotTa give it the James. Earl. Jones. You're giving it to one of the kids who's not a central character, but is a side character. It's probably squinched I. Don't know what the answers were still litigating the rules in the rewatch. I think James Earl. Jones. Is really good that scene though. Excel. Them. I know we like him but. I recently watched the movie best of the best, oh. Yes. Aircraft to. Damsel Jones is so bad and. Got Me Questioning. Is He actually a good actor or just have a cool way about what a take? To Go. Like an hour and a half in. So a lot of people. Oh, I did not think we were GONNA. Get a James. Jer. He's good. Just pod we. He's so charismatic see, here's the thing I think what movie? He's what he's just a charisma is infectious. There's this magnetic pole where you are sucked into the scene, and that's just not something that a not an ability that everybody possesses. You knew Bruce. George. Sure did and he knew me. Almost here as I was. I would have broken record too but..

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04:47 min | 4 months ago

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"It's a bummer that nobody became a breakout star from this cast like this more fun movie. If like Leo DiCaprio is the sixth lead and then you're make God. Leo DiCaprio I can't believe he was in this. It's so crazy. But just it's one of those movies where nobody ends up being that person, we don't even get like a fred savage or even Thomas Ian Griffith went on to do American pie rookie of the year you know Says Weird another what stage? The whereas this is a weird one, but. Karen Allen as the MOM. It was a bigger deal in nineteen ninety-three than I. Think it is now. Because, you're talking eleven years after Raiders of the lost Ark NC care now. She's she was still she had a lot of. Lot of weight at that point and. gave the movie like Roh credibility. Now, it's weird, twenty seven years later, then as Leery I think is more. Kind of known. You know in the last twenty, seven years in south bill over the female lead of Raiders Lost Art. I think since you're you're mentioning mom and. Stepdad Bill. We can talk about the parenting more generally in the movie for second. Let's say it's the worst. My goodness. So obviously, in general, the go play with your friends like hands vibe is is just over of the time. Right? Very familiar. To people my age. Like go ride your bike with your friends for a few hours. See Dinner. Okay, fine. It's a couple of other things specifically. Obviously. Billing ignoring smalls and smalls having to like, keep asking him to teach him how to play catch is this heartbreaking and then smalls is mom. Making him feel like a loser for being. SMART? Just. Appalled watching this like. Scotty, have you made any friends yet? No. Why not honey? We'll give me a fucking day or two mom. This is I feel like I'm trying my best Jennifer territory to me. That seem, she's like we don't want this to be like last summer were you stayed indoors and did science all day in twenty twenty. If a kid stayed indoors in did science all day Peres would be fucking. Like. Oh Great. I have a stem genius year. Don't play. Exactly. She discourages him from doing smart. They says, face it. says. You'll always be just an egg with an attitude like that I hope that when smalls in did his. Business, his APP way down the road and passion for billions. He didn't give a sent to.

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04:44 min | 4 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"And then less than a god more than a man is just it's quotes central that scene. The polcy, not I it's one of those things that loses its shock value each time you see it, and now it's Kinda like. But first time I thought I thought was effective the triple vacuum explosion have, and then and then Benny steals the ball from the beast. I have that as the as the seven when Benny finally pulls it off at the missing. So Amazingly we've gone from Oh my God, you have seven. Pixar. They're even seven scenes in the movie too. I. Think I have five that you mentioned just now. She's tough. Well, I love the legend of the beast sequin storytime camp out in the tree house? Yes, Moore's lesson the you're killing me smalls line, of course, and I. Think. Yes. That's should be in the film. Just the essence of summer friendship and childhood right there, and I think the actual retelling of the beast origin story from squint just I, it's obviously like so deliberately campy and overly stylized, but it is just really fun and effective and I think given the spirit of the exercise. It is fun to rewatch because of how much is playing out on screen as the audio is playing. You know this this kind of grainy black and white footage, these exaggerated angles and facts about how many kids have been eaten and everything, and then the twins and he grew big and he grew That's on I'm GONNA stop and watch for a few minutes I. Think you know you mentioned bill this I'm I'm I'm not going to count. This is one of my additional picks at supplemental. You mentioned the vacuum sequence. I think the entire ball retrieval seek quids really holds up, and like you know, the whole spirit of the movie has a little bit of a which character you know which member of the crew are you in which one do you want to be friends with? There's that. You could apply that question to the ball retrieval sequence to like which was your favorite, which would have been the one you tried like, maybe Meena is the the Bungee jumper I am. Personally, very fond of the smalls erector set attempt. You know the the moment when the beast comes in snaps the ball from it airs fabulous, but also mazing erector set. For Nine hundred sixty to the kids were really stepping it up. So. That's part of what I like about it so much. To go back to the earlier part in the film where smalls, his own mother shames him for being inventive and smart, and to see him throwing that out with all of these these kids who didn't accept him at first and how all of these aspects of his life are kind of coalescing very organically. In that moment, I.

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05:32 min | 4 months ago

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"Wound won't. Even seven scenes in this movie. Three, really matter, and then the other ones that the first thing last seen I just like when he does the when he joined when smalls joined San Lot. and his a disaster, but it is a dopey goof is still be a good. Don't be. Don't be. Don't be nervous. When he makes his first catch when Benny Hits the two hundred and twenty foot rope. Glove. And then he immediately learns how to throw. It sits a miracle. He he couldn't Ralphie in through like like he was missing an elbow or something like had the worst time. We giant surgery ever and just figured out immediately. Give Apple. Paper. I helped the guy once. Okay, well, talk like you would throw paper. We arm gets here slick up. Just like go studies. By Bennie just again, he has a sense for these things. He was able to unlock whatever was inhibiting smalls by saying a paper out. You know like this is the this is the thing you happen to something. That's already a part of who you are and that way. It doesn't feel like this monumental hurdle. This new thing you have to learn, it's already there inside of you, you just have to it. And his bit. Rabeni. Basically did what his step-dad couldn't do. Right. Who by the way is a terrible dad played Dennis leary and I am convinced him in the face on purpose. So he had held stopping, catch it, and I'm like it's an early sixties. Dad. Vic. The, early sixties, dads were just a little different, not good hanks refects. Rough to be married to rough of you're a little kid didn't really care about anybody. Next re watchable seen. You mentioned the big game against the rivals actually wanted a little more from the scene, but I really liked it. They really could have built that up into A. Ten minute. Monster seem. It's surprising. Swerve where you think they're going to get their asses kicked in. It actually goes the other way they just kill that Tim. It's also just a remarkable showing from Ham Build. Up to the actual game. The trash talking between Ham and Phillips has a couple. What's the worst contenders in it? Which I'm sure we'll get a few minutes but. When you actually get out onto the diamond and ham is just back there lake channeling a bull Durham Spirit from. An older generation to distract the batter getting their heads, the way that he's able to just manipulate the strike zone. The batter's I. It's so funny. It's great. No. Dog. Ugly as you. ACHIEVE IS BUT You tell them walk backwards. The, heater..

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04:28 min | 4 months ago

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"I feel like I dated guys in Williamsburg in like two thousand like that. He looked so cool. Yeah, the. Timeless. Will you also had jared? Lehto in my so called life like a year later. Jordan. Catalano. Turano Gosh. There's this whole generation of crush guys and committed the jets got in there even though he was young though he was illegal but I think for the fourteen and under generation. Definitely was you know iconic but I feel like young boys also had like boy crushes on him. Like any I'm sure your son was like the I've ever seen in my life. Every he's he even is like a dad to them when they ordered a carnival and he's like it's on me. What do you like the year older than that doesn't make any sense. He has the ability to walk around while carrying extra hats and gloves in his ass. You can just pull them out fatally whoever needs glover hat. So, the movie was inspired by A childhood experience of the brother of writer, Director David, Mickey, Evans because He had some older boys wouldn't let them play baseball them. They lost the ball brick wall. He tried to get on their good side by retrieving it for them, but he hopped the while found a giant dog named. Hercules. And got bitten. So he turned that into into basically movie came out in April. Ninety three, seven, million, dollar budget mid, thirty, four, million dollars. and. Then vhs and DVD sales estimated to be at seventy, six million. We'd apple sequels. Do we acknowledge the sequels? Where do you stand on the sequels? I'll be curious to see what happens with the Disney plus series, but I can't say that the Sandlot two is a big part of my personal sandlot experience. It was funny. It was a funny sequel virginity loss for me. My son who just is the Sandlot to that'll be great I love the Sandlot one, not realizing that sequels are really never as good as the original. But especially, in this case where you have none of the guys for the first movie, there's like James Earl Jones Cameo and then they made a third one with Luke Perry that I don't think we talk about..

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04:45 min | 4 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"All right is Ben Simmons Week here on the. Doing the Sanlam today and we're doing teen wolf on Wednesday. Kids foot is in a cast. He's just playing video games all day losing his mind on my. Can I do some remarkable? He requested the Sandlot, his favorite movie of all. Time. I think, is it? Where is it for you? Guys is in the top five on with mini cons of Malley Ruben here top five for you. Of Movies of movies period. From childhood it is in the top four. Childhood Baseball, movies meeting movies that are about children playing baseball, and that came out during my childhood. But that's a very specific genre I would say that I have my overall Mount Rushmore of baseball films which we've talked about before. You Know Boulder on field of dreams, the natural league, their own. You know moneyball couple others just missing the cut. My Kid's baseball movie mount, Rushmore all from the ninety, three, ninety, four era rookie of the year obviously. big-league. A classic angels in the Outfield and then the Sandlot. That's my kid's baseball movie Mount Rushmore Nina. It's definitely on my kid movie. All all widened my scope, a little bit kid movie. Mount Rushmore and it's interesting to hear mallory like lay out what was the golden age of Sports Children's cinema. Yeah. Important. Just baseball movies. Right? Mighty Doug giant science, Happy Green Lady Bugs. Four. Five Year period, all those movies came out a little bit league is on King Junior's villain though, right. I remember being upset about that, which which was the one we broke his arm. That's rookie of the year rookie. That's rookie of the year that one's good that one. That's a special movie, my theory, and what happened was they ran out of ideas for sports movies somewhere around like nineteen, eighty, nine, ninety, ninety, they did every version of the rocky movie. They did every sport, they just did every. They took it as far as you can go and then they kind of looked around and said, hey, what about little kids bad news bears did really well, and nineteen, seventy six, the sequel did well to what if we just start making little kids movies? And a lot of them are pretty good at a mighty ducks vs mighty ducks too. There's been arguments about that, which is superior. But I think both are good. We have in this movie Benny. The jet also ends up in my deduct to the rare. Hockey Baseball Kinda Omar. EPPs of of child sports movies, but. I didn't really realize the power. This went to my son started getting into it when he was like six or seven, and he knows every line it, just it's all the notes. It's innocent..

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13:35 min | 7 months ago

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"Recasting catch a thought about this long. And hard who I would recast the Jennifer Garner part. Which does she just doesn't work that role for ladder reasons. Also who would bring out the side of Kostner that I think you love the most the volunteers tribute even Mendez? What style it up if we're if we're in have the super attractive. Nfl SALARY CAP expert without up natch. Okay let's go even sexier let's bring in a Latina. She's she's GonNa Dress in a way that it's like right on the line to be an inappropriate but won't cross it. It'll be ridiculous that she's the NFL seller Catholic expert in every time. She's in a closet with cost. Start we're going to be worried. They're just going to start going at it. I think that's what we want from this role unless you can top it. Well I don't know that I have a nominee here that make sense. I think that I'm a little more accepting of that performance than you are just because I do think the Jennifer Garner captures the amount seriousness that you need to in that role like you all. You have to take her right. I'll stop trying to convince but I don't have a nominee. I do think like the movie is again. It's one where you could barely think of it functioning if any of the roles recast. I had one other recasting couch if they used a real life quarterback for Bryan drew. And if they did who would you have wanted Ryan Tannehill? Oh yeah well. The fourteen is too young well. We're making it again now. We're we're going back to two thousand fourteen Were MAKING A in two thousand fourteen. So the guy has to be in the League for at least a little bit. I was thinking it'd be somebody a little fringy like Trent Edwards and Edwards is Brian. That's weird somebody like that. Who was even that good? What about like Fitzpatrick Ryan fits your or like? Hoyer somebody who you can buy as an NFL player. But you don't think of as being a star you have to accept it. There would be a the franchise who are really attached to him and also that you would. Your eyebrows will go up if you heard that he was suddenly throwing the ball fifteen yards farther than he was supposed to be like where we did allow basically hill. Now though for sure we mentioned will though that's the best case scenario for Bryan drew's the Ryan Tannehill. Mid Eighth Year resurgence of the half as Internet research. Already they changed it to the browns because it was cheaper to film in Ohio Andrew Brandt Who's now media guy former packer skies shredded it? He said quote lacking any true description of how. Nfl team operates leading up to and during the draft. Come on the trick of the hundred dollar. Bill was famous jamarcus. Russell story that they did it. They put it in a playbook to see for a not at playbook a blank DVD to see if he watched it this screenplay was a famous screenplay it was mentioned in the two thousand twelve blacklist and then the NFL did Nicks one thing when When the angry browns fans in the script hung Costner's character in effigy and the NFL's like you're not doing that. Jesus Christ quote was I thought it was a real funny moment but I think the. Nfl's really cracking down on fan behavior. Yeah Okay Oh my God and not heard that. That's kind of terrifying. There's not like nearly as much about this movie as as you would think like artificial successful. Nobody'S K. Here's my draft drafter. I do love this one. The screenwriters have have said that they consulted for two hours with former jets. Mike Denham Bom so that's a fun one supposed to be rated R. Bill and they had to argue down to a PG thirteen. Why on Earth this movie be rated. R. I would love to see the version. That'S BIZARRE DARE. Rated version had even meant. Isn't it Apex Mountain? I don't really have anything here other than I think you could make a case. This is the Apex Mountain for the Twenty First Century. Browns after Your Baltimore. Team stole the franchise. The team that you love the most which stole somebody else's franchise you took it. You're basically sold wound. You know you're the second wife of the of the the browns ravens you just come in. You Win some Super Bowls Baltimore with this browns franchise. They finally come back in one thousand nine hundred with an expansion team uniforms back. Bring the logo back and it's been twenty one years and counting of absolute misery At least ten different people running the team multiple owners. God knows how many coaches and quarterbacks you could argue that the last fifteen minutes of this movie is the happiest moment. The browns have had in the twentieth century interesting. I think that that's a compelling case. Thank you only thing that might top. It and the ringer is complicit in. This was the brief moment of collective madness that the sporting public engaged in when we did trust the browns process weakest part of our NFL preview last season. Everybody thought that this was really at the field. Were really going to break through and be like a the IT team. They had that moment being the team. That didn't actually bear out on the field but I think that. I think that that was probably the most excited. The browns fans actually were this century. I have no other Apex Mountains. This is. Nobody's apex men now. Maybe Roger Goodell said only time. He seemed likable this decade now. Roger Goodell's Apex Mountain is the quarantine draft that would just had where he was crushing. It from home with the dad vibes and the Alpha changes and the massive jar of 'em's that he kept eating people loved that picking nits. We've mentioned a bunch of them. This is so gory well. We've hit hit. A few of them are more the browns. The browns owner getting from the draft back to Cleveland and forty five minutes. I don't understand unless the helicopter was parked on top dozen building. It doesn't matter even even lean right. I had a long ARGUMENT WITH JEFF. Child about whether this was possible and he showers. You know this is a big re. Watchable Jeff Chow gets he. He ultimately agreed that this was not possible but he was contending. Initially the the helicopter was the key that if you can get to the helicopter within four minutes if you can get to the helipad that he can then take the helicopter to his plane. Take his plane to the pros. So He's saying helicopter to the place. That was his argument. But even that I think is not possible because we see that he is exiting radio city for road traffic and the traffic in midtown. That's fifteen minutes you're done are ready. You don't even have to talk about anything else but let's talk about the other parts of it. Four hundred sixty six miles. According to the math that I asked my husband to do a few minutes ago from from a an airport because the plane has to be in an airport in New York. Let'S SAY LAGUARDIA TO CLEVELAND. Let's say he flies right to the practice facility lands scale-back what's gave him twenty minutes just in the traffic and let's let's give him the benefit of that that he is a helicopter on a helipad eight blocks away. He only has forty minutes to work with though that's it because he loved. I'm saying there you take the elevator up to the top of the Helipad. That's another five. And then he said four hundred sixty six miles so he's got to take the helicopter the plane. That's another at least fifteen so now we're at like at least forty minutes. He has gotten the plane yet. And then near Cleveland has what like forty five minutes minimum has to be. Yeah I think a flight checks in it an hour twenty that you obviously have other factors in play there so yeah so privates forty to forty five lands even if the airport is ten minutes away. It's still lands. You got to get the I would say minimum two hours fifteen minutes. It's impossible and he does this. He leaves Radio City after the first pick because he has his. He Has Galahad Jersey in advance that he had made which is hysterical and throws it in a fit of rage. Leaves heading back into fire sunny? So we're at the end of the first pick okay. This clock has started on the second. Pick as he's leaving he arrives. He walks into the war room as the conversation is unfolding about trading the sixth pick with to Seattle. So he has. He has traveled over the course of the second third fourth and fifth picks. That's it we know. We know how much time that is. That's forty minutes. There's ten minutes on the on the clock for each pick. This is not possible deal away. It's possible is if there is a blackout at Radio City Music Hall but I feel like they would have covered that in the movie. Yeah probably it's a problem again. If we had our support our rigor sports movie consultant thing in place. We might have said like. Hey can you have? Can you have anthony? Molina may be facetime in from the plane. You don't need a sports for this you just to time obviously did next picking for me. Sunny. Weaver fired his own father. Kind of gloss over this this is. I'm so glad we're GONNA talk about this fired of so I had this in unanswerable questions as opposed to picking nits but it. It's kind of. It doesn't even matter where you put it. His logic as he reveals to Allie and it is clear that this is a reveal. This is not something she knew even though they are together is not something other people now is that he was the job was going to kill him and barb his mother asked him ask sunny to basically prevent coach from dying on TV. Why does he have to vilify himself a destroy his relationship with his own father by firing him? You know this reminded me of. It reminded me of voting out her own mother on survivor. Blood vs water. It's like the logic is sound but you never come back from that. It's good put What happened Bows Twenty First Birthday Party? We still don't really have the answer whereas teammates there. Were they not there. Was it a surprise unanswerable question for me. I just don't buy that. None of them showed up. Not a single one. There are eighty five players on college football scholarship. That's a lot. Not.

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

14:15 min | 7 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"So it's like this movie is totally. It's totally realistic. We're using Chris Berman. Goodell's there but it's like Seattle needs a QB and meanwhile the Super Bowl Champs with Russell Wilson. It is asking a lot. I mean one of the this is a from the half ass. Internet research part of the pod but the foil team was supposed to be the jets. The movie works like almost. It's almost difficult to articulate. How much better? The movie works if it's the jets instead of this box because you can believe the jets would make mistakes like this. The seahawks are one of the most dominant franchises of the past decade of football. Now they occasionally make a puzzling draft move. Yes but typically they defend it from the we're one of the smart franchises perspectives. So the idea of going from we. F- you to just got fleeced worse in the span of ninety minutes all because four people with hastily hand-drawn signs showed up in the parking lot and sunny. Weaver told you he looked at chat rooms which I don't think it's something that people have said since the early nineties very tough right we see sunny even go online. During this entire day is he's throws out chatrooms which should have been throwing computers at the wall to use the computer to go online. Here's the thing. So the jets backed out that wasn't half s interest Internet research. But it's it's important. We should mention the jets would have been perfect. I think Arizona would have been perfect in Arizona. Already has a sports movie lineage. From Jerry Maguire but I think at this point Arizona Needs A. Qb there in that that that this was when we were all feeling so bad for Fitzgerald is just year after year. He's got the John Skeleton Types and Arizona would have been a good one too because you need a team that it's realistic that they're gonNA fuck this up Seattle when they're making. This movie is a top four unrealistic team and they had a quarterback so none of that makes sense. There's also the added component of the fact that Russell Wilson was always Wisconsin quarterback. So you actually can't help but keep him in mind. When you're thinking about Bo Callahan. Wisconsin Badger great so cost are ends up trading for all three first rounders and gets the punt returner advocate of the end I out of those three. What's what's the biggest stretch? I would say it's Jacksonville. Trading out of the six pick because they had a a lead guy that got taken and then a backup guy and just were completely unprepared six pick. Hey they had two guys. They were looking after that. Oh my God what do we do? How do they not map out the draft? You know calends going. I you have a general sense of how to through five is going to go. You're you're completely at options at six. That part is so befuddling. And it's it's compounded by the fact that he says that the rams took his pick when we have heard previously in the film the rams made their expected pick like this is clearly gone to script because teams are not adjusting. That's the whole point and yet Jacksonville's just flummoxed. I think that it's tempting to say that the jags trade is the least defensible because they had really no reason to make it. But but ultimately that's the fairest exchange of value. It so I me. It's the last trade. It's IT'S SUNNY FLEECING TOM. That pancake eating mother fucker. Basically the entire plot of the movie hinging on them being able to have a parallel conversation. But in reverse. Tom Not knowing what they had given up to Jacksonville even though as is established elsewhere in the movie because of the conversation was sunny and Vantera about tweeting. This is the twitter age. Like information is out there very quickly and an incredible and I mean incredible. Amount of this movie boils down to saving seven million dollars against the cap like an incredible amount of this movie. That's how you're going to sell it to your fans who are so the barbarians at the gate. We hear sunny call them. Will you got the same player and you got him for seven million dollars last. Nobody would give a shit about that. And if David Putney is the second coming of Devin Hester himself then he shouldn't be throwing in the deal and if he's not that good then he shouldn't matter it all from Cleveland's perspective so that part is just bizarre. Dick Swing thing. That was just like an. I'm getting yeah. He just wants to say that he won which he does. Well we we liked this movie. Despite the fact that we just picked it apart yet but the whole the whole movie boils down to in essence because he he started at seven and he keeps the seven. Eventually right you have to move around to get back there. But he still has that so in essence he trades three second rounders for the number one. Pick and David Putney like. That's the most boiled down. Would you gain? What did you add? And he comes out of having the first and seventh picks with a backer a running back in a draft. That's supposed to have one of the best quarterback prospects of all time very rough even though he won the Dick Swinging contest very rough. Well movie this movie was. This movie was directed by Ivan Reitman legend. And I think it might have been yeah. It's the last movie he made. He made movies. Like you know a bunch of Schwarzenegger movies. He does ghostbusters. Stripes meatballs twins ghostbusters to kindergarten. Cop Dave what am I all time favorites and then had done no strings attached in two thousand. I mean he made just an insane amount of money and then Jason Reitman who Friend of the ringer his son. Who Ends up having a great current itself so Ivan Reitman just playing with house money at this point. We're into the categories because we swear we liked this movie. It's just frustrated by the football traits. But it's still fun to talk about. That's part of what's enjoyable. Most re watchable seen I WANNA I have is the first trade negotiation when When Tom's eat pancakes I'm sitting here eating my pancakes. Thinking about moving number one really took a great job last year but Kellyanne looks like he's going to be a franchise player for some arrogant a bad he tries to dig Bryan drew. Good Boko quarterback Bryan drew talking about. Brian Drew Jesus. You're hilarious guy. Barely made it through half the season before getting injured last year. He does that. You've got ten seconds than I gotta go back to work. There's no way football executives talk to each other like this. This confrontationally this. It's not nearly as much of a Dick swinging contest and costs her gives them the Joe. You're pancakes Tom. You have.

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Today's episode of the flawed re watchable is brought to you by state farm around. Here we love talking about movies that we watch we watch and watch again because either. They're just that good or they're insane like draft. It's the thoughtful details little things other movies. Don't have that keep us coming back. Well when it comes to insurance we can't get enough.

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

14:42 min | 8 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"To die why somebody always does again. There's that subtlety you love so much. The pivot after that comment said realize hey see you wanna get some breakfast like yeah what do you think? Boras places on Any other what stage the best for you guys. You want to move on so I actually wanted to shout out like I didn't really think about this. The first time I thought I was distracted by other stuff but Over the years. I've come to appreciate just how corny the COP Banter is in this movie. And there's some just incredible explosion scenes I gotTa Shout Out Specifically Nielsen is giving Douglas a hard time at the bar. And Douglas's just stop writing me man. I'll get your. Is that just the kind of stuff used to see in bars in the early nineties? I don't know but that's how the Turtle Affairs Asia just pulling a gun on Nick in the office. Confronts Nielsen puts a wage worst. Yeah I was just going to say I thought pretext booms ever Cisco's age the best. Yeah oh I had that in there. I don't know why I didn't say that. Yeah that one yeah. It was fun to see Ninety Two San Francisco like Yeah Pre Packbell Park. Prio the tech people coming in and it was just just cool city that had Alcatraz and smells and you know Carmel to Marin County. I mean. It's obviously Stinson Beach. Closer San Francisco in the movie. They're filming it In Carmel but just gorgeous. I mean the answer for wants age. The best is is obviously just Sharon stone's performance right. It's just incredible. I mean there are other small things. I think the ceiling sex mirrors the random nods to Picasso throughout the film the Bart Simpson Curator Graham Michael Douglas seizing ing visible scrotal. Swinging from the rear ashot Catherine's fashion especially given the counterpoint of next fashion. Catherine fashion in this film is absolutely just elemental to the DNA of the movie and his timeless. Even though it's very much of the moments I would nominate that as well but my pick would be shared shown. Ivo for the cigarette smoking insurance. What's age the worst we mentioned the DNA? I just feel like this is done in five minutes. They had the technology in ninety. Two is Berry that bears Dr Dennis. Fung who is in the OJ trial three years later all those DNA people. Joe Eszterhas later admitted not mention. Dna was a was kind of a a my bad but moving the areas too busy countenance. Three million nother. What's age the worst Him realized that. Dr Lisa Gardner. Dr Elizabeth Garner was also Lisa Hoberman from Berkeley. And it's like hey look at these two. Id Pictures and it's it's her Kurt. Yeah okay she looks exactly the same fifty billion dollars of this book. They couldn't have spent five minutes trying to come up with a picture that made her look younger or anything. It's so bad. I don't know how they did that. the the gusts going to see someone in Oakland. Who Knew Yeah and then it's like all right. I'll wait in the car and then it's like. Oh wait I just pieces together running up and then. Hey there's gusts is dead and there's Jeanne tripplehorn and she's like aggressively walking toward him with that whole sequences bad but I forgive it because I love this movie. It's it's a bad six minutes. Capped off with of detectives like look what we found on the stairs. Oh Blonde Wig. This case is over so clippings in her kitchen of like sharing sound like oh obviously no need to pursue this investigation And and Douglas's never suspicious that Sharon stone has framed. This whole thing laid it out. It just Kinda ends abruptly at its secret. I I kind of wonder whether or not they they weren't sure themselves going into the Third Act of making this movie whether they were shot answers yeah. They're like a test audience. Tom You hear. All the time about these blockbusters being kind of rewritten on the fly and they'd done a lot of rewrite work on this movie and then brought Eszterhas back and used his original script. I think it works on the whole but like you wonder whether or not when they're shooting that scene with tripplehorn in the trenchcoat at the end if there's like a fifty fifty that they're going to break differ way the only other what's aged worse that we that we have met you just I. I never really fully understood the older serial killer lady the Hazel doctrines thing is nonsensical sick. It doesn't pay off in any way. And I I don't really understand the purpose of it. Other to that she was. I guess fascinated by Syracuse. But it just doesn't pay off and it's weird. It's like a Red Herring. That doesn't work Casting whatevs We got that. If any worse we go there all these sexual assault on Elizabeth Sanders. Arab is not play very well. There are more serious than the sexual violence in. That scene in particular is definitely on the list really. I had that in picking nits. Because for what's worse in the moment it was terrible like I became a big deal. I don't even know if it's age badly because in one thousand nine hundred people sure fuck. Why did you do that? That's true astros bad. At the time I think another thing. That was a problem at the time. But also now is still something that you sort of have to contend with when you about. The movie is the the lgbt politics and depictions you know. The film was protested by gay rights activists as it was being made like this real time scripted leaked. You know the fact that Catherine Bath Roxie that people who are suspected of murderers or actually committing them involved in them all gay or bisexual characters. This was a big thing when the film was being made and ask him out. And then you know bill you mentioned earlier the Michael Douglas and you know the the desire to make sure that sex remained present in movies amid the AIDS pandemic but then like multiple sexiest in this movie. Do not take. Don't have a condom or and then not only that but it's actually brought into. The script is a joke in the scene with Nick and gus when he's lake. Use a rubber next time so that does not age. Well that's very roth and then there are some there some also less serious very easy to make fun of one's Lake Knicks fashion which we have already talked about and adjust repugnant. And like you're saying everything about the SF PD's depiction in the film. Everything like I think. Kristie point about maybe do they not know where it was GONNA go? I can't I can actually buy all of it from Nick's perspective because again. There's a difference between what he might. Rationally believed to be true and what he wants like. He is in love with this person and also he is again. He's not a hero right. He's also evil and you have these two bad people these psychopaths who have found each other and are thrilled by that fact and confused by it but that's PD being like. Were sure it was Beth because the coat was the right size. Unbelievable I really. There's not only no DNA EVIDENCE. They're just like the jacket is her size at bust have been her. No whatever says Oh. She told Nick earlier in the movie that someone had broken the lock on her door. Maybe all of this evidence that we found was planted. No one thinks to ask that her apartment the guns there and then like a folder of clippings that's just all this is easily could have been planted also just again in terms of just the management of the department. Nobody takes Beth off of Nick's case. Even though every single person knows that they're sleeping together like how about everybody was saying like four shootings in five years. Unbelievable unbelievable. Whatever they're doing. Well I have some of this picking nits casting. What ifs yes Michael? Douglas Wanted Establish Star Kim basing her. She declined a Mexican. Glad she declined. Because I don't think this was the right role for I know. I know she would have been one of the other logical choices but I don't. I don't think there's a playfulness that she just never had. As an actress he proposed basically every major actress. All of whom rejected the names. Were Julia Roberts Greg Gottschee Meg Ryan Meg? Ryan would have been terrible Michelle Pfeiffer Geena Davis Ellen Barkin Merrill Hemingway All of them said No. Thanks very interesting. I don't think she would done the nudity. She never never laid it out that way. If she had done this movie I would still be in the hospital. Grove and went. First Demi Moore and Rene Ceuta Genyk. I don't even know who that is. An Amanda Donahue considered he was in. Douglas was against Sharon stone and then talked him into it rests mystery. She made five hundred thousand dollars The role of Nick Curran was originally a lesbian cop and was written with Kathleen Turner in mind while saw that very strange Paul Barrow. Chris slated to direct Michael Douglas in your favorite black rain but dropped out for total recall and really dinner. Robocop pallbearer Hoven wanted Tom Barringer Guess he turned it down. Danny wanted Tom Barringer for this movie. The Michael Douglas Part. Tom Bear. No thanks Melo's foreman was the first choice to direct their. They went for her home. And instead and then there's every basically white guy from this era was allegedly considered for the role. Swayze Koster Deniro Willis Gibson Harrison Ford. Who knows it feels very Michael Douglas? So it's like it's like it's just like an absolutely like iconic Michael Douglas Brasilia lab for that guy some good ones so I didn't really George Zinta that guy or see that guy from deer hunter and all those other movies who was basically. Brian Dennehy is rival. Doesn't he do law and order for a while? Yeah I like George Genza. Yeah Disaster Disaster Eddie.

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

10:02 min | 8 months ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"They it brings everything looking for not gonNA confess all my secrets nick. Just because I have an orgasm you will learn anything. I don't want you to will and I'll mail you know he'll just fall in love with. I'm in love you already. Anyway you can put that in your book. It's incredible scene including having one crucial production flaw which is also an important part of this movie's legacy there's just no stretch of sand like that at her beach property. It's all rocks. Definitely Malibu Redondo Beach. That's all I other than that. I don't feel like there's another re watchable seen after that. If you guys WANNA nominate one go ahead I think after the fuck of the century is is when the kind of the whodunit part. Really kicks in so once you get down to Michael Douglas in Monterey watching that guy hosed down his cop car you're you're you're you're past the breakers. I don't think you ever going to get back to the the peaks of the middle of the movie. Go quick with your three Hill Nick. Going to Catherine's place for the you know all about homicidal impulses it's like almost too weird to even be remarkable slower. They're very close to each other's faces the whole time breathing on each other as they talk but I think it's interesting because you actually learn a lot in that scene there's real information there and you realize how much she knows about nick. You know all of the newspapers are out there all the headlines about his case she knows about the shootings. She knows about his cocaine crucially. She knows about his wife and how his wife killed herself. There's the the reveal in that scene Catherine and Roxie are an item. So that's a and then of course the you're gonNA make a great character. Nick Line which is just iconic the other two that. I had very quickly were The the Gus Beth murder sequence and then the entire aftermath of solving the case like back at bats apartment and then it the station. Honestly like you you. You could convince me with that scene alone. This movie is supposed to be a comedy. I mean affection. But you really could. It is ludicrous and at what stage the worst. That's all the the final scene because you you do. Have some real suspense there about whether or not. She's GonNa kill him and that is I think that excitement in the heart. Pounding nature of that actually does hold up on her. Watch even though you know how. It's going to conclude okay. What's the most re watchable scene for you? Chris nightclub scene by far. Wow Wow yeah it is into the into the sex scene or you lump. Yeah like the nightclub scene into fuck of the century like the gotTa include the the dancing the stuff with Roxy Roxy. Getting mad during the dance. It's such like an electrifying seat. I'm going with The car ride to the police interrogations that whole sequence I love that part. I liked seeing the bay area. I like her command of the room. All that stuff really good would he about? It's very hard not to pick the interrogation. It is just such a legendary moment and film history. But I'm actually with curse on this one. I'm going to go for the fuck of the century. It's just incredible. And the the the sheer oddity and surreal sensory overload of the Club Z. Before is it's like the Cherry on top of the Sunday before you even realized what the Sunday was. It's great what's age the best. I have this down I this is for. Ucr what are the greatest cigarette? Smoking movies ever. Yeah controversial Eszterhas went back and was like Yay. I regret it had throat cancer and he was like I really regret making cigarettes so attractive in this movie but yeah I mean all the stuff about like. You never really quit. You're not going to quit like all. That stuff is pretty crippling for your voice. I don't regret that Joe. Second of all it really is essential it becomes symbolic of NAFTA and starting to unravel like he's not smoking. He's not drinking halfway through the movies. Making Jack and Kooks smoking takes the The opening scene we didn't put as a Rewatch Abo- but just wanted to mention like imagine reading the script. It has to be one of the best opening scenes written just to pull you in a movie where it's like. A woman is having sex with the man and you laying out all the things. She ties him up now. She starts stabbing him in the neck and Blah Blah Blah and. It just like Whoa. What is this movie I think it's been since accelerated in. What do you think it was like the call for Johnny Baas? It's like you have to look like a Jaguar salesman and get stabbed with an ice pick. It's two things you have to be three things one. You have to be willing to be naked right. Show it all to you. Have to be able to make like base animalistic. Sounds in the throes of orgasm and three. You have to be okay with your entire entire legacy for the rest of your life being the guy who never washed his sheets and just select in a pool of his own. Come right the Blue Light. The Blue Light seed is really. I gotta ask. Can we do this now? Can we go ahead? I had not answerable questions. Be Sure I thought that the years would bake be a little bit more near to the scene. Still stunning about of Jisr like Absolutely Garden Hose. I just like I think when I was a kid like this is one of the things that I was just like. Is that the normal amount really. Get really traumatized by some of this stuff and when they throw the black light over that if I was in that if I was one of the cops in that scene I would have been like. D- Was this guy like an alien like what's going on or did he ever do luxury. That's what that right there is. Why had it in unanswerable questions because it's established cannon? They don't have made so there should be clean linens in Bosnia's house. So maybe the major when she goes testing after awhile. Maybe she was just like little `criticises amount. Maybe he produces just an astonishing amount of ejaculate. Is He's going back. The we might. Maybe if you're getting stabbed to death in the jugular you have more ejaculate why we know. Maybe it's like a triple cub. It's become a blood splatter equivalent here like the come splatter the pattern just doesn't doesn't make sense for this to be a a one time expulsion. I don't think I ever. I have an important question for you because we've crossed every line whoever's left listening at this point they're just log off like Peter North and like you. You die while you're having an orgasm. Okay why would you would your penis then go flaccid? I thought when you died you were stuck in whatever state you were in at the time. Why wouldn't you die with a boater? But that's just how how you're dead. I thought when you died it was rigor mortis from that point on. It is is like bruising in place like where you're like I was mid jug and like frozen this way. Yeah I think you're you're confusing the fact that would die other parts of your body stiffen with the fact that your actual stiffy would would remain. I think that would still be the normal process right and also. He has to bleed out a little bit so presumably. There's a little bit of a return to the flaccid state as that's happening you'd think you your ability to be excited as you were being stabbed thirty one times with an ice pick. It's a good question. I thought you were going to ask. How any a crime erotic thriller where police station and a detective force plays a huge role in the story is the closest thing we have to any CSI work Andrew saying this comes stains all over the sheets and then nick looking through his goggles saying. Save that. Because we're going back. Then what's age the worst again? The Blue Light. That's always the best twenty twenty or nightline or whatever those when they would go to the hotel rooms do the blue light and just find terrible things that should just be its own cable channel Other with the Best Rock Sea mentioned her. She's just lights out no idea why she didn't become a big star what happened. There Newman Michael Douglas's hesitation. I can't believe this broad smirk Let me ask you sent Iraqi man to man. I like that. He calls a rocky and not Roxie. I don't know if that was a Michael. Douglas Fuck up or trying to insult her. And then I kinda like nick and Catherine relying on his little porch thing. He like that. Little balcony his nook and level window bench. I could've gone four extra minutes of that. But he's saying like what about a book where they live happily ever. After she's like won't sell somebody has to die suburbia is had somebody always does. Somebody has.

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Can the Buffalo Bills Put on a Respectable Show Against the Patriots?

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

Can the Buffalo Bills Put on a Respectable Show Against the Patriots?

"Ken the three in Buffalo Bills on clear not win against the Patriots but can they put up a respectable respectable competitive showing against the Patriots and specifically it can be put a dent in that patriots defense because despite how weak the Patriots schedule has been so far the defense of achievements are getting to the point. We're going to have to start talking about all time defensive metrics I would love for that to stop as quickly as possible right. I think most us what other than you and Kyle I think it's wonderful and we're still mad at gunner for ruining our touchdown. Streak touchdown streak was gone now. This is a nice is test of Jiaxuan. What's what's he got yeah? It doesn't have to be amazing but it's like what are you. This is a nice moment for you. Let's see it. The bills are Oh definitely one of the most pleasant surprises of the season right now much like the Patriots schedule has been week so the Patriots have beaten sealers dolphins jets the bills were beaten the jets the giants and the angles not exactly like stiff competition there on either side. I don't think anyone really thinks the bills are GonNa win but it's just a question of can they hang him because if they can give him what the rest of their schedule is the rest of the way they're in line for a potential eight or nine win season which means they're in line for potential wild card berth and a playoff spot and how they perform this week against the Patriots feels like the kind of game. That's going to tell tell us about what they're capable of the rest of the way well there's only six above five hundred. AFC teams right now and then if you look at the one and two hundred team says Roland Alina two possible playoff teams ram so they have a really good chance to make the playoffs regardless of what happens the other thing is of course this game is in Buffalo. Tom Brady has not had great games on the Brady scale and buffalo in recent years but more importantly what happens when the the Patriots play in Buffalo Bills Fans third dildos onto the field okay. This is now a proud long running tradition we had one in two thousand sixteen one and two thousand seventeen a belief three three in two thousand and fulfill Togo have all sorts of questions from people. How are they smuggling them in folks news for you? The whole point of a Dildo is that you can stick it places theraworx okay. We'll smoke the bed. Will we see more dildos. Turn onto the field or touchdowns from the bills offense against the Patriots defense. That's one of the things I'll I would say again I would say the dildos are like one and a half favorites over the touchdowns. Let's say at least for the four Dodo game board and I would say they're one and a half touchdowns possible for them so maybe there to nap point dildo favorites. I love it. I love it. The over under for the actual game is what forty two kyle. I'm I'm laying you two and a half though those against the bills touchdowns would do you WanNa take touchdowns touchdowns or four dildos for Tilda. Take the dildos Kyle. That's a lot for I'll take. She said I'll take four right cast `priority here until gave Kyle taking the DILDOS did here

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Jets' Sam Darnold out with mono, could miss weeks

The Bill Simmons Podcast

07:26 min | 1 year ago

Jets' Sam Darnold out with mono, could miss weeks

"Is the jets season already over. That's number four it. It feels like it. It certainly feels like it from the jets fans that I know who have already just like Oh my God. It's not even mid-september yet so that's how it felt just after game one right before mono for the seventy and sixteen loss to the bill seventeen unanswered points and and even by the instant jets Adam Gay standard a really astonishing press conference to explain or really not explain anything anything that had happened in the game where he said in a quote. That's the beauty part being a head coach. I can basically do what I want. That was in response to someone asking about apptime Montgomery snap count leave. That's response to talking about time Montgomery that how are you GonNa talk about Sam Darnold having mono or Levian bell getting an MRI on his shoulder anything actually consequential. When do we think Sam Darnold had mono because they got the ball back with like a little less than three minutes left down one? They only had two forty yards at home for riphil goal and they looked like an absolute shit show. I don't know I think that's that's a question after today's announcement because he's it sounds like he's GonNa miss a Lotta time unclear how much the things that they said is that he lost a ton of weight so then you wonder about his physical readiness CBS last week even to play like what was his conditioning. What was his stamina? Maybe that did have some sort of a fact act. I don't know but I think it's one of these jets stories where the instant reaction on twitter and on the Internet was like low mono and it's like you're saying it's actually not funny. It's a serious illness and yeah yeah. It is terrible way to derail the beginning of Sam Darnold Sophomore Season boot because it's the jets the impulse to say oh my God like how many things are gonNA happen to the jets only heading into week two and they have their Monday night football. They have the browns game on Monday night. The browns Ashley also coming off a disappointing week. One is kind of like instantly feels like a must-win game for both of these teams you look at the schedule. There's a real chance especially with donald out that they can start cr Owen sex like a real chant what happened to the line today. After the motto announcement the Browns went from minus three to minus seven yeah I mean that seems reasonable right. Ever seen is going to play quarterback as reasonable. If you actually watch Sam Darnold last weekend but go ahead of schedule the schedule is browns this week loss New England and week three loss by and week for a very very fortuitous bye week placement. They're good for the jets fans just emotionally they get they get a brief reprieve early in the season and then it's Philly Dallas in New England again brutal brutal that's L. draft picks Levian who by the way they might be injured when rusher but him but he would have to go nuts and one of those games levy on bell unclear what the severity he is. He's got soreness in his shoulder getting an MRI CJ Moseley. They're big ticket from Raven. One of my one of my favorite is good in the first half of the jets. He looked fabulous to give him a huge contract. He's hurt art sounds like he's progressing well but it's unclear when exactly he'll be back the already loss quincy for the entire season first round draft pick from the past draft when Williams it's not practicing right now ankle injury. If a lot of injuries mounting they had to they had to elevate Luke faulk Washington state talk on this podcast yeah so far I was not expecting us yeah from the practice squad to get ready to be the backup quarterback for Monday night football game that is now the place you WanNa be in week a two and then geese all of this get off his his announcement today of the Darnold mono illness was so bizarre like even by hi. The Adam Gates bizarreness scale standard. Here's what he said. Fourteen has mono and we'll be out for this game. You can't say you're starting quarterback's name name fourteen. He then continues so trevor will be starting okay big for all of our trevor say like nine starting. It's strange and then you can use in Luke. Falk will get elevated at some point. It'd be the backup so that would be that that he concluded then then the other thing that happened this week is that manish head report and the Daily News that way in case was still at the dolphins he broke the story SARCI prefer he was in love with one quack fell in love with the tape that he was crunching the film that he was studying. Oh it's Baker Mayfield okay sign like probably a lot of NFL front offices and coaches thought Baker Mayfield was the best quarterback in the draft. That's fine. Here's here's ears this Zinger bill he reportedly also preferred Josh Allen to Sam Darnold and did not quote didn't believe that Darnold had star potential so that's the thing that's now out in the world and even though he wasn't the jets doesn't matter it's like the thing that people are talking about is that Adam could would be made up sure I mean it could be somebody just league in that too mannish just to screw a random guess. It's definitely possible is just like the general tenor around Jason. The team makes it kind of hard. Doubt anything you here. It's one of those situations pretty pretty quickly gotten to that place like again you back to the way he was talking. After after the bills loss in just like the line played like shit the receivers played like shit the DB's played like shit you know he wasn't actually using foul language processing but he was pretty willingly throwing hired knitting them right because he's a Dick and Peyton manning is a hall of Famer of all time WHO's like show I kinda I like this Dick. He just says his mind Cher and he can handle it but if you put somebody like that with a young team in young quarterback in the big city might not be here I I am. I made excuses for news of Miami because the roster they did so many weird things for that. It was even hard to evaluate fused coach but I don't like anything he's done so far at the jets. He just seems kind of like a jerk. Never forgot that this is a man who said that the Internet and social media are pollution of the brain while he might not be wrong in that. I just want to say one thing on mono. Yeah 'cause I do think people underrate it and I think think it all stems back to a famous Brady Bunch episode seventies where it became you know it's a sitcom that was one of the formative shows has the seventies everybody under the age of I would say thirty five in every brady bunch probably right kyle over thirty five nine hundred thirty five kiling once I had had monitor just didn't watch other Brady thirty five over I would say at least knows all the brady bunch episodes right and that kind of made light of motto and it's like Yeah you can actually he died from on how you can get on school and not come back for two months right. It's like making kissing jokes but it's weird. It'd be like Kazan. darnold might have leukemia but models like really bad. It's it's it's terrible for Sam. I feel bad for my feel bad for jets fans and I wish that it's not realistic to wish for the fans to be able to enjoy a winning football team. I think the DADS fans host winning post football ball enjoyment. I wish now post apocalypse for the jets

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

12:42 min | 1 year ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Lieutenant Aldo rain and I need me eight soldiers. It's GONNA be dropped into France dress speeds. We're going to be doing one thing one thing. Only killin Nazi's German will be sick and by US German. We'll talk about a German will fear US Nancy. I got no humanity they need to be destroyed. Each never man under my command owes me one hundred Leonard Nazi scalps and I want my scalps sad good yes. My name is Chris riot at I am joined by two glasses of dairy farm fresh milk Enzo Gore Lami Antonio Margarito at the of the Rigor Sean Fantasy and Mallory Ruben and we are here to talk about Quentin Tarantino's two thousand nine masterpiece.

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TV Review: A 'Chernobyl' Deep Dive

The Big Picture

13:16 min | 1 year ago

TV Review: A 'Chernobyl' Deep Dive

"The most incredible thing I've seen on television this year. And really in some time has just concluded I'm talking, of course about Chernobyl the HBO mini series chronicling the devastating nuclear disaster that occurred on April twenty-sixth nineteen Eighty-six near the city of Pripyat in the former Soviet Union leader in the show. I'll be speaking with creator writer. Producer Craig Mazin, who will help me understand how he pulled off this extrordinary feet. But I, I am joined by fellow her noble, admire and ringer executive editor Mallory Ruben. Hello, moe. Hello. Mel you are. You're a voice in the darkness. You were a Soviet minor in the chair noble. Admiration society months ago. I saw screen this show and I was like this is extraordinary. It's incredible. How powerful and beautifully done this very sad. Gripping physically upsetting story is crickets. No one had seen a screener. He's actively making fun of you became a bit. And I certainly feel vindicated not just because you like it. But because a great many people have come to appreciate this show, but tell me a little bit about your journey. You had been living in west rose for quite some time. And then the show came to you and very quickly. You started to consume it. Yeah. I joined a few weeks late Memorial Day weekend, fact. Sorry, sink convert truly a binge then as you know, it's a something of a habit of mine I as you as you said, wrapped up with thrones and I needed to reconnect to the wider culture wanted a little, you know, joy in my life, and I thought. What better way to connect to my fellow man? Rediscovered my own humanity then sure noble. But all jokes aside, you know you'd spoken so highly of it. And there was something appealing to me about the fact that it was a miniseries. It was I was gonna be able to consume it off fairly quickly started watching it. Early in the weekend. So three episodes were out at that point in time. And I watched all three in a row and then was consumed with almost like a surprisingly dangerous, rage that I could not immediately access the final two episodes. And then I watched both of those obviously, when, when they aired, and in the case of the family when you were kind enough to provide me with screener. That's why we're here right now. I had a very similar experience. I watched the first episode like I said months ago with my wife and we were both very taken, but then also, well, we wanted to keep watching it, but we knew that it was it would it would be part of the kind of conversations like oh, but also there's something about any show like this unfold slowly limiting is powerful to no offense to binging in general. I respect that approach to, to culture. But I did appreciate the slow roll out, and we, we sort of parcel deaf ourselves in that way. I think part of the reason he needs to do that is because there's just just a really deep emotional toll that the show wages on its viewers because of its. You know, not just the, the physical terror that you get from it, but just considering the absolute awful scope of what happened in these events. I I'm not sure if you were alive, when winter, the turnover will disaster happened. I was not. So we'll turn Warren later that year September eighty six so April twenty six eighty six as my good friend David Shapiro's birthday, we'll congratulations to David. I hope he wasn't met him for the first time she said, Chernobyl, I presume he was not injure noble when he was Cleveland. Thank goodness. What was your level of awareness of this event? Throughout the course of my life, you know, I think probably similar to what it was for many people who came to this show, which is an awareness that a disaster, it happened. And then little else beyond that, and actually, I started listening to the podcast or the HBO was put out around the show, the official podcast, noble, the buck cast the turnover Petrova podcast and that's that's out there right away as motivation for creating in the first place was this complete void for certainly not everyone, but wide swath of people about what actually happened here and why. And so, in that sense, I think ultimately partially at out week after week instead of all at once is actually very fitting because you as viewer obviously not equating, the experience of the viewer with the experience of somebody on the ground. But it manufacturers that sense of protracted discovery and your desire. Fire is so fierce to understand how what how could this have possibly happen, especially when you realize that it was a safety tests that what's this all? It's just such an incongruous set of initial facts that you're so desperate to learn. And the fact that you can't get to the truth right away. And that, in fact suffocating the truth is really the entire point for so many people is this unbelievably frustrating, but also compelling for pulse of force throughout the rest of the show. You're the eagerness to understand, I think, is the driving force, especially if the first two episodes, which play a lot more sort of like a murder mystery. You know, we're thrust almost immediately into this very quiet setting where this huge disaster happens. There's no really not a lot of preamble before we get to be actual disaster. Right. And then the, the preamble is the suicide of the pro tag. That's right. That's right. Which is also kind of a sleight of hand, as a storytelling device. But there's something so unusual about the way that everything is meted out here. But also kind of it kind of drags you along once things get extremely intense by. Roads, three and four you, you kinda can't turn away, even though we're start to fully understand why some of these things happened until we get to episode five when we realized that we don't actually know why certain things happened in more people had more information than we originally thought it's really kind of a masterful Sherlock Holmes, Ian kind of design for, for telling the story, I think a lot of times with docudrama. You tend to get something that is very earnest. That is very straightforward. It is a very chronological. Now, this is told chronologically, except for that sort of opening sequence you reference, but a lot of information is withheld in the way, it's with held is very powerful. For you. I is this a kind of a format kind of real life story that you like, because when I think of your passions, I think, you know, Harry Potter, of course in game of thrones. And the things that are more fantastical. This is really hard line down the middle in many ways, journalism. Yeah. Well, I've devoted my, my life and career to journalism. That's true. That's a good. It's a good point. It's a good question. I think. When I think about the things that I really love about SCI fi or fantasy stories, which is how I spent so much of my time as a consumer of literature film television. Everything conversations with my friends. Of course. I love the idea of dragons and dire wolves and waving your wand, and making anything that you won't possible. But the thing that I really love about those stories is tapping into something core about human nature. And so any great story can deliver that. And obviously the place that you're going to get that the, the, the most fully formed is something that is literally about confronting humanity and what people are willing to do to each other, and what they're willing to do, when they see what other people are willing to do to each other, and I was riveted every single second of this experience. Like I it's so upsetting and horrifying to watch that it doesn't feel like a normal thing to say, but I can't wait to watch it again. And part of that is because I think. To your point about how much you find out in the finale, actually, how much is sort of held back for this reveal even though it is real world history that we're talking about. And that's sort of like a contrary thing to say. I'm fascinated to then re rewatch it with that in mind. But also because it is just such a pitch perfect case study in some of the themes that I cherish so much. You know the idea of truth in lies. What is heroism, what kind of forms cannot really take when you're talking about storytelling, what is the role and power of image and narrative, and it's pretty hard right now in two thousand nineteen in the United States of America to watch her noble and not think about our current political system and the role of truth in lies in the narratives that unfold around us every day. And so that was interesting to, to simultaneously gain. Newfound understanding of this seismic is stork event and also like with any great story be able to apply it to something in your current life. Is it important that you learn things when you're watching something like this, because everything that you're talking about is the Matic, you know, it's, it's essentially emotional or intellectual. But it's not fact based per se, right? And you know, it's funny, we've been having this conversation in the office, a handful of us about sort of dad non-fiction, you know, the, the canon of handful. You and Kevin Clark and continue. No, there were a few more participants, but shadow to Brian Phillips, with, but there's small group of people that there's a sort of strand of, of culture and history books that are targeted at what we presume to be fifty five year old white guy in pleaded pants, who's just come off the golf course and received his Father's Day gift from his hopeful son or daughter, and inevitably that book is about a general in World War. One man is based on a world historical event more than likely. It's got a certain kind of, you know, pursuit of those some of those themes you're talking about heroism truth in lies, but there's something kind of stayed about it. I think tra- noble in some ways falls into this category. The and in fact, a lot of the series is based on a book, voices of tra- noble. But there's something somehow different about it for you personally. Do you are you the kind of questing for information? It will then bring that to the bar and tell everyone what you learned or is it much more of a televisual emotional experience. I think both and I think that one of the reasons that I really not only enjoyed the show, but thought it was such a grand achievement is because they clearly can be either of those things for you. And that's valid, however you choose to consume. It is valid, you know we we talked about this a bit over the weekend. I was so impressed by the show's handling of the science because I am just in the interest of candor, not a physicist, not a nuclear scientists talked, you ve lied on your resume can barely do math working together for five years. And I little did. I know. And so I was actually a little bit could -cerned about that heading nothing ever felt like a true barrier to entry, but you know you worry about both extremes. I think on the one hand is this going to be so dumbed down for the general viewing public that basically feels like it isn't real that you can't believe in who those characters are in the work that they're supposed to be doing because there's no way that people like that with talk that way about their work on the other extreme. Is it going to be so scientifically precise that it's totally alienating for somebody who for whom that's not there, there for an actor or something that they're comfortable with it all? And I thought that the show's ability to thread, the needle between those two things and allow you to understand with now I'm not implying that we're coming out of this as. Nuclear actually, deuce everyone physicists now. But the basic ability to comprehend what they were talking about what was happening without making it too complex or making it feel like they were condescending. And speaking in speaking, towns, you and I think that's a great trick. There was positioning, some of the other characters on the show in the same seat that the viewer was in, you know, and I think, I think, for example of one of the earlier scenes in the show when are I when I look gossip and Boris our first heading out there on the plane, and we gossip sketching his sketching this out, because Boris's demanding that he explained it to him, and the, the bullets analogy that was so instantly clarifying. Similarly, the trial in the finale, do we understand every single thing that was on all of those placards tiles? No, but they were colour coded, and the, the thing that was unambiguous was that balance was the key, and that wants you. You lost that you lost the ability to control the thing that needed to be controlled, and I just thought that okay I don't need to be coming to this as somebody who is, like inherently obsessed with the science or the facts, but I feel like I can grasp them, and then because I have that beasts comfort, I and then able to shift my focus of the things that I personally care more about the seems the characters the choices that they're making. And I think that if you probably are in the far extreme of carrying about the science. I'm sure that there are plenty of people out there who are like fact check on x y and z, and I think that one of the cool things is that the creators of not in any way imply that it is a note for note, faithful rendering of history, you know, that there are for, for example, the Yuan, a character is a composite of all these other scientists, and I think song, right? Saying that in the it was either the first or the second inside the episode feature at that the that we heard that and then it's also. Noted in the run through a fax at the end of the finale. So what about you? Well, I think that there's a brilliant storytelling choice that also happens to be true to history, which is that every single character who is not Lagoda for most of the film is completely ignorant to how any of this works.

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"mallory rubin" Discussed on House of Carbs

House of Carbs

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mallory rubin" Discussed on House of Carbs

"In the view of live in life the very best way to way life with intended chef avocado on thank you so much for coming on the answer have in my friend i love him region who never go my tastebuds thank you so much this javale hotline if you're in new york in yourself that chefs club coward that he talked about we are about to have a nice conversation with our pow mallory rubin about the state of food delivery but first how 'bout a nice word from spice islands podcast pows fall is here and for me that means cooking richer partier recipes that keep me warm and satisfied during the cooler months for a noticeably richer flavour i always opt for premiums vices from spice islands by sundrying many other spices nd stemming their chili peppers by hand spice islands uses a graft approach to deliver the most authentic and intensive labour possible they also take extra steps to ensure the richness of their flavors like cryogenically freezing their crewmen to preserve its oils or milling their own garlic to a true powder so it doesn't add grittiness to your dishes better yet spice islands maintains a strict standard for each item to ensure consistency quality and flavor phil whether you're looking for flavor adventure or simply better tasting meals my friends bill europe pantry with by silent and taste the difference in every bottle visit spice islands dot com slash house for more spice facts and delicious recipes including one.

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