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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"She was an officer. She led a whole army and and Fascinating really good really. And she's terrific. She's she's The one of the first thing she did actually film was I believe was the widows uh-huh. She's in that again playing American And you know people who don't know who are keeping up with the Broadway scene and it is always changing absolutely but you know you you wouldn't know who she was and then hello this power and she's tiny there's this tiny powerhouse knives out For screenplay not from best picture though I like knives out a lot And I think that it's a lot of fun and I think thinks it's too much fun. Yeah maybe a little too cute. Yeah although I understand that he's going to do that role again. The Dan Quayle notes. They want they want to. They want to see more of that. which which would be really really fun But but it's it's a great thing to watch for the cast attorney. Yeah it is clever entertaining move. It is which ah once again. We'd like to remind people that escapism is wonderful but beyond that intelligent escapism. Yes people are responding to something like knives out because they like it when there is intelligent humor they like when you talk to them like they are smart enough to get it You know audiences. I don't need to be talked down to all the time. Sometimes yes not always though so so you've been saying that parasite is your favorite film of the year but nineteen seventeen is sort of your. You're runner-up Yes very close runner. Up Yeah for you to popes. To Pope's I also like nineteen seventy and it is very hard and I and I just WanNa say for Renee Zellweger. I really hope she doesn't win. Honest to God I really my dad's space right now. I'm so my dad's I don't like to to Throw bricks but I did not care for Judy. I admire her performance. Yeah I the other week script but I just you know. I hope I hope chariot but I know but but the thing is for both of you what you both felt. was you know you grew up with her meaning. Judy Garland and we still listen to her being so familiar with her voice the choice that they made and it was a deliberate choice was to have renee Zellweger use her own invoiced sing and the minute she opens her mouth. The movie crumbles for me Because no one else sounds likely garland. There's only one and and and you know the I I guess they didn't WanNa do lip synching and I understand that but her voice of so much of who she is that by substituting another person's voice it doesn't yeah it doesn't plan but you but you guys also watched her show. Oh Gosh all areas. He's a millionaire. You know we have met Liza several. Yeah you know and as well as Lorna so you know we we have a real connection and No I just no but they keep saying yes. I know it is what it is case. It is what it is but now you know we don't don't let me talk about what we don't like because there's enough of that and we don't need to be negative we can focus on what we do enjoy. I flourish in naked. Well that's what makes you my tiny tiny Jewish mother from the Bronx. No no no. I'm so glad you came. Yeah you you know. I'm having an awfully good time. I really hope you guys will ask me back again. I don't know and I want to apologize for the fact that I do have a cold and I am sorry you will listen to me with a cold this otherwise I'm really sparkling without cold. That's my Mama really spread. We're all getting over the plague Stanley Unit. Were getting over that way. It's fine. Thank you all so much for listening as always waist or for watching. Yeah that too. Thank you thank you. You can see us You can follow us at Leonard Maltin at Jesse Malton and even at Alice p Maltin on the twitter. You don't have an instagram. Though the other day you told me you might want one off. We'll seat. We'll see what happens to whole new. I'll see if I let you have one. My Dad and I are on Instagram at Jessie Morton that Leonard Maltin you can always go to alleged mountain dot Com for movie reviews book round ups and all kinds of good stuff including these lists Give you a sense of what he really enjoyed this year. Also of the other movie. Your views If you look at the list of If you look at the post about what he enjoyed the movies are linked to each one so you can read a little bit more And we're on Patriot and we're on we. We have a multi on patriotic dot com forward slash Maltin on movies. Give us here money dot com slash awesome. And thanks for. Thanks for listening right. No no I'm just GONNA put you back in my.

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

16:47 min | 10 months ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I did watch Scotland Wash that that was very that yet to got real dark. Yeah I got yeah real real dark Emma Thompson but it was excellent prime minister. We don't want that and it took no real Emma Thompson. I would take any day character. Not so much But you you know folks who listen to the show that my husband's from Manchester that's my other home And a lot of this takes place there so that was quite you you know strange clarify the UK. Yes yeah not not matching to see and then Chernobyl which was I will tell you though I use the website does the dog died dot com like it is a life ring and so when I found out. Because I'm GonNa tell you there's some animals date there some animal violence and what I had to do was sitting next to my husband. As soon as I knew it was coming I did one. Are these with the eyes closed hands of the ears and he would tap me. What was done? He's a good husband that way But it is. It's really well done. And we just got to meet Jared Harris where where he was a tree I fully plots Who is the son of Richard Harris? The the the great British actor. Yeah his mother's in it wasn't actress too and I kept her name. Oh well he's he's so good. Yeah again it's a great cat. Richard Harris probably better known best known in in recent years as as the original dumbledore in the Harry Potter series. He's done but I mean that's that's how you identify so many many actors absolute fact Looking into the spy Oh I realize on Netflix. Sasha Baron Cohen is an extremely talented guy and it's been really interesting to see the progression because he does this stuff that is meant to get a rise Outta people he he does the the Bruno and and Ali Alley all that kind of stuff but if you saw him in Sweeney Todd where he's singing and putting on the show I mean or Hugo in exactly. Yes he's he can do everything everything. It's really impressive. Then this the spy this series holes up this is again a limited series. I find that many of the limited series. This is just my two cents. I don't hold up you get six wonderful episodes and then the last two. They're like filling out finish it. Yeah but but this episode holds this series holes up. I recommend it highly. Yeah and now you unfortunately because you watch way too many movies don't get to do. UTV Like Mommy. And I do know but you and I know I'm missing out on a lot of good stuff. Yeah but you to watch fleabag before I did yes and you fell in love. We did We did absolutely and with her and with the show and yet I as I confess to her last week At the lunch and we accidentally watched the second season wait inadvertent. That's how we did it and she. She was really surprised and she said I'm surprised that made sense but it kids because there are enough little flashbacks and and explanations nations that We didn't feel like we were watching this off season though to watch season two technology analogy guys. I don't know how your parents are with technology. Now Yeah it's it's it's a brilliant series though go for it is so different it is yes so all of it. All of it is I mean and it's been so much fun to see all of them Be Nominated we're Because they're also genuinely excited. Oh yummy really loved working on this show and we we've been fans of Olivia Colman's for awhile well and we're longtime fans bill paterson. Bill Paterson all going all the way back to local hero my eighty Scottish actor. Yeah it's so many good people. It's such a good show an essay. It's been really fun to to enjoy their award journey award season is nuts. And it's surreal and it's like for for two three months though now it's much longer but let's just say December January February. You're getting to see and speak to everyone you watch. It's not it's not real. It doesn't feel real. No talk to them again once in a while. You're on a first name. Yeah these people. These marquee mark. He Stars and and world-class directors and writers and a- and even executives in some cases and Because just to the frequency. Let's see seen them at various events and again and again and again you start to smile. At each other years ago with Martin Landau the late Martin Landau after a while. We realized we had nothing to say to. We can and we just agreed that a friendly wave would work just the head nod and just important but like last year Gary Oldman knew my name because we saw him so much. Yeah I guarantee you today today. Not a clue lovely lovely man but that was such a it's surreal and you to go to the Afi luncheon where are you have both the TV and the film people so much like as I say go for us going to critics choice. We don't get to see a lot of those TV folks that often. Now there's a huge crossover. Everybody works in everything we were we went to the. CCA is not used to call the broadcast film Critics Association now. They've changed the name to the critics choice association because then they name their award. Show the critics choice and was out of Barker Hangar. Which is Santa Monica airport sort Literally Big Barn of a place which they spruced up to to make it A little glitzy and we were seated at Norman. Lear's ears table. I mean you know and unfortunately I and we have met Norman on the show and it's every man and his and he's he's a wonderful guy. Sharp sharp is at four years. Seven honey ninety seven ninety seven years old. Yeah he'll eat surprise. Oh but he wasn't. He lied to me then he was with his wife. And we're having so much fun and he's also coming over to to pay respect right. You know they should so I was sitting eating at a table. Yeah we didn't expect now and then I found out the reason why because they used my name as a punchline for gas uh-huh yes and they want to get a reaction shot of me so I don't care how we got to an eighteen minute really nice but we started looking around i. It was ridiculous. You know we're also theater buffs and to look over. Just one table diagonally away and there Chris Christine Baranowski and Audra McDonald own. My God in the even Broadway Royals I. Can't I posted posted some photos because it was such a ridiculous. I was also sitting at where I was at the table. I was facing the giant prompter that everyone reads. So my favorite Britt bit was when Please wrap it up would flash. I kept taking pictures and video of because it just made me laugh. It was such a funny like here. So you know there's there's Robert Deniro on stage and they're going please wrap it up please rapidly. You're going you know nobody tells you is after you swivelled our seats over there I had an actual heart attack. Because there were Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara killing me on were there representing Shits Creek. Such funny wonderful show season when I realized they were there. I froze. I didn't know what to do with myself. I said to my dad. We have to meet them. We went over and I did the thing that I have seen. So many people do where I sort of went and just nothing came out. Nothing came I was so overwhelmed and excited that nothing came out it was it was nuts anyhow but enough name-dropping yeah the reason I bring it up is because it's not real. It's not our life arrest of years right but ah for this this chunk of time at the lunch. I got to meet Paul Walter Houser. It's The star Richard Jewel. Clint Eastwood's film Richard Jewel. He plays the title character. And we've seen it before we he's been in Eitan. Yeah he's been in black KLANSMAN's kingdom which I love and But I went over to say hello to him and he was very nice and very friendly and he told me that he had once stopped me at the airport. LAX and that. I was NYSTROM trump. Thank goodness yeah I got. I got to meet the the cast of secession succession succession. Did I say that in succession a flow uh-huh l.. Anyway it's a really good show. That's gotten the first season no and then but I talk to yeah. I thought the first season they were kind of looking at it. Go One doing. I love every moment of and then the second season that actually spoke to one of the actors Alan Ruck who told me that they had that they changed all the writing for the second season. They knew that they needed to have directions as to where the characters characters would be going. Yeah and I you know. I mean I've watched Allen. were up for years. I am having a discussion about the show it is Anita. You met Brian Cock. I love my jealousy knows no bounds Anyway would say we love my mom and I are TV junkies. And I'm I'm grateful that we have so much to watch and enjoy And I am a Netflix addict. I watch everything. Watch all those shows that they have. My daughter has life life. I don't have no life. You're also really have a life now. You're also a big fan of documentaries huge and Doxa my favorite this this year. There was a Cornucopia Copa of really good documentaries. Some which I still have to catch up with but some of the ones that I wanna be sure recommend our one child nation Asian which made by an Asian American woman who is a product of China's longtime law to family could only have one child also adopting adopting? It spins off into a story of what happened as a result of that law and the flaws and the The outrageous and unforgivable forgivable things that happened as an unintended result of that law could not be a female child American factory another really good very interesting documentary about a Chinese company. That makes a glass safety glasses for automobiles that takes over a closed. GM plant in in Dayton Ohio. And how the two cultures 'cause they bring over a whole lot of Chinese workers and then you know intermingle them with the Americans Who most of whom we used to work at the GM factory and does not go smoothly? Miles Davis Birth of the cool. A really really good documentary with everybody as you would want to have in it. His former girlfriend's former wives musicians from every phase of his career from the early BEBOP BOP electric funk phase of his plane Awfully awfully good Where's my Roy? Cohn that was also first rate revelatory in fact I mean a real. You think you know everything about Roy Cohn and you've seen him portrayed In Angels In America Tony Kushner Brilliant play that was filmed by Mike Nichols for for. HBO But there's still more to learn it turns out Mike Wallace's here which turns out to be not just a profile of Mike Wallace? The famous TV newsman interviewer put put in. Its own way. kind of history of television. Yeah because his career spans the entire history of television he was one of the first personalities on on TV and And got and built his reputation. Serve hard-charging interviewer early on that later blossomed on sixty sixty minutes and Again there's some some real surprises in that documentary show available not yet okay. I can then one that really really got to me that I keep thinking about the biggest little farm A A film that spans ten years in the life of a couple who you. She's a food blogger and he's a wildlife life photographer cameron actually And they have this dream of starting a farm self sufficient broad-ranging old fashioned farm using old fashioned methodology. And they hire a guy who is like the world's expert on operating being a farm on those principles and taking care of the earth properly everything everything Does oh so that you will not You can grow things and continue to grow them and then reuse and repurpose and And and they just encounter one obstacle after another one heartbreaking obstacle after another and And they learn that some of the things that seem like obstacles are actually part of nature part of the way things are meant to be and I. I don't Wanna I'm trying to do no spoilers here But it's a very zen documentary because that's that's one of the messages of the film is that you can't control nature whether it's wildlife Farm animals and what happens to them a predators and their role they have a role to in nature and Or just the the the weather climate. Yeah all of those things it is. It's a film that has really stayed. I don't have the same effect on you. Honey oh no. It's really stayed with it. They're living in an apartment. Is it a New York. I know it's out here. Oh it is out here that they do they buy this this land and and you know I don't have patience. They have patience and they succeed in. It's quite wonderful but it but that's accessible all the heavy price and hand over a decade over decades to get to a point where they feel. Sustainable sustainable I feel like they. They've kind of arrived at the place they wanted to be in the first first. Step of doing this Wonderful Film and that film by the way it was kind of the breakout box office. Hit among documentaries. Yeah This this past year and again accompanied by many other fine fine documentaries and that's just a handful that I'm naming. Yeah and I and I watched On Netflix I watched the staircase which is really interesting. I find find with a lot of the series documentaries. They definitely do more episodes and are necessary. They could cut them down..

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What's in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada deal, the new NAFTA

WSJ What's News

03:58 min | 11 months ago

What's in the U.S.-Mexico-Canada deal, the new NAFTA

"House. Democrats had another big announcement Tuesday. They're supporting the new trade deal between the US. Canada and Mexico representatives from the three nations nations signed an amended deal in Mexico City this afternoon replacing Nafta the North American Free Trade Agreement was one of president. Trump's key campaign pledges joining twenty now from Washington with more details is Wall Street Journal. Reporter will Maltin. We'll what finally brought Democrats around to this deal. Well they're unhappy with the deal. Feel that president trump at us. Trade Representative Bob lighthizer originally brought from Canada and Mexico. They wanted better enforceability tools or enforcement tools for for the labor rules in the end the trade deal essentially. They felt that Mexico couldn't necessarily be trusted to live up to the new labor rules in. US MCA which were basically very much improved from the US. Point of view on the sort of elementary labor rules in the original Nafta so they wanted to boost the enforcement ability of that and and There was some loopholes in enforcement and US MTA. They wanted to close those but it took a lot of of back and forth and it took a lot of choreography and timing to get that done they. Also that's a mother demands on drug prices and pharmaceutical provisions. So let's dive into some of the details about these provisions deal doesn't include pledges from Mexico to update its labor rules as you've mentioned and new rules for the auto industry tell us more about the major provisions. Well the main thing for the auto industry is breathing a sigh of relief because backing in both parties ladies for us MCA means that NAFTA will continue. Nafta's what allowed them to make cars. Using three countries parts move back and forth across the border etc auto. Oh companies are happy about that but they will have to deal with some tougher rules about where the cars come from where the steel comes from more that has to be North America. There's some rules on that. We haven't even seen the details of yet as well as you know. What percentage of the components of a vehicle of the content has to come from North America is moved up to about seventy eighty five percent versus? You know about sixty three percent in the original Nafta besides the auto industry there Obviously key agricultural provisions to safeguard that at duty free farm goods trade between especially between the US and Mexico Canada's opening up a bit too A little bit more American dairy products without facing their large large tariffs and the way that dairy market is protected up in Canada on drugs and Pharmaceuticals the Democrats were able to strip out a US MCA provision that would have defended the intellectual property for biologic drugs for a minimum of ten years. This is a big defeat for the large drugmakers but will benefit generic makers and perhaps keep drug prices just from being as high Internationally and finally there's some rules for technology to allow the free flow of data and some currency rules. That aren't so important for Mexico and Canada Canada but could be very valuable in future. Trade agreements with Asian countries are China that that have some issues in those areas. Getting Democrats to come aboard is is also a victory for president trump who had pledged to rewrite the North American Free Trade Agreement. What are you hearing from the administration today? A comment from vice president pence who's gone around the country lobbying for US NCAA and it's like. Oh It's about time the Democrats acquiesce to our deal. President trump has been fairly Hands off just sort of putting general pressure. You're on a Pelosi and calling the do nothing Democrats. He had a comment saying they believe. They were closed in the union support earlier today but of course he threatened to WHO Get rid of NAFTA altogether pull the US out of it. So that put a lot of pressure on folks to get started in the talks. He also put steel tariffs on candidate Mexico that he later moved and threatened. Car Tariffs so those those actions were Pressure to get things moving. In negotiating table. The Democrats were able to give trump victory but only by announcing get on the same day as the articles of impeachment. That is true. Important to Note Wall Street Journal reporter Will Maldon joining me from Washington. Thank you so much. Well thank you.

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Britain to Considers Suspension of Arms Licenses to Saudi Arabia

BBC Newshour

04:07 min | 1 year ago

Britain to Considers Suspension of Arms Licenses to Saudi Arabia

"Campaigners have one eight legal challenge over the United Kingdom's decision to government's decision to allow home sales to Saudi Arabia, which is engaged in the war in Yemen. The court of appeal today ordered the government to review the way it grounds export licenses for themselves to Saudi Arabia after routing the current procedures were unlawful. That's talk about this now with Maltin Butcha policy adviser on conflict at Oxfam international. He joins me here in the news studio your reaction to today's Michael decision, court of appeal decision, I should say it's a tremendous victory for campaign against arms trade for Oxfam supported them, but most of the people of Yemen because this war has dragged on for four years, fueled by British and other the government has said that they're going to look at this, but it does oblige them to evaluate whether those expo. Shirts could leads to violations, but it doesn't mean the immediate suspension of deliveries. Right. They can continue to deliver arms under licenses that have already been issued but they can't issue any new licenses and since licenses, generally don't have a long shelf life this. It's a significant decision. And I mean, the government presumably is going to appeal that looking at this decision, and that the mindful of it, but they all to appeal on there, because it's this isn't the end of the road for campaigners. No. That's right. It's not the end of the ride the government has said it will appeal this will go to the supreme court. Not sure when yet the good news is that until it gets to the supreme court. No new licenses will be issued for any member of the Saudi led coalition operating in Yemen. Do you think that this is enough? Because in the wake of the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi Jay, they were country. Stories around the world. Notably Germany, and Australia is announced the suspension of sales to Saudi Arabia. Is that what you'd like to see the UK government to do? Yes. We'd like to see a complete halt to sales going to Saudi Arabia, and all the other coalition countries. But it is a very significant victory in that for years, campaigned alongside. It must be said the government to put the arms trade treaty into place that entered into force in two thousand fourteen and this is the first big test of that treaty. So we're saying the court of appeals here and last week, Belgian coats, telling governments they have to abide by obligations, which they have undertaken freely, and willingly, so in the long term, this will mean that sales of arms. Really controlled by. International humanitarian law and international human rights law rather than just profit. Okay. I mean, the government have always argued that whatever arms. They do sell to countries. Such as Audi Arabia are bound, by the fact that they will not use them against their own civilian population, and so on. But the government is part of that coalition that is engaged in this war in Yemen. The UK government isn't technically part of the coalition, but they are very deeply involved in military operations in Yemen. Yes. And you're right. I mean, the thing is that they, they have a process, and what the court has found is that they on the process that they have is not legal and the way they've been operating. It is not legal. So now they have to go back look at it all, again, this should make a huge difference. And but you but what you're saying is that you will continue to find, even if the government finds all the government's lawyers find loopholes very briefly that you will continue to find against them. Twenty four million people are native divide in Yemen. There's the world's biggest cholera outbreak. Three point three million people displaced by the war we have to keep on fighting on their

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I didn't know mating colored -nificant part of my life. I think if you can make sure your kid likes laurel and hardy. All right. And the that he or she can take the pace. Yeah. And get it. I think yes. That's a good service. Yeah. Keaton's a no brainer chaplains a no brainer. But can't get them into laurel and hardy. Yeah. Well. Good advice. Good advice Alexander. Thanks so much for coming. I adore you to, as you know, analysts, and, you know, I worship at the altar of Multan. Well, in my, my goal, my hope is that with all of our different Maltin. Fests will be able to continue showing your movies because real quick. Did you have a sufficiently good experience this year? So as to want to repeat it next year. Oh, it's happening in great. Great. It's and as I've told people, my goal is not for to be a once a year. My goal is just as what you've created what you've created in Omaha is so precious and so important. And that's something that means a lot to us. And so I've, I've spoken to a lot of smaller theatres across the country, and even in the case, and that's my other home. We want a tour we wanna take s to people because all the time we all never get anything like that, where I live on, I wish we would show movies like that, where I'm from so that to me is the, the bigger picture is I want every. To get that multifarious on the road. Yes. Think of film streams in Omaha. Okay. We will love that. I don't are you're not a social media, devastate our, you're not, I'm on Facebook, the way, I used to be listed in the phone book. If somebody needs to find me can find me. Okay. All right. How about us Jess? Oh, we're very findable. You're at Leonard Walton. I'm out Jesse Maltin on Twitter and on Instagram and you can always go to Leonard Maltin dot com for book ups and movie reviews and all kinds of good stuff. All true Alexander, thanks again. Thanks for having me, and we hope to see you soon. We hope to see your next movie, they soon as vexed year next, right? And we'll see you next week folks by by Maltin, on movies is sponsored today. By legion m the first fan owned entertainment company, they've got a lot of good stuff going on. And you can learn about it at legion m dot com.

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Disney, Walt Disney And Bob Eiger discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Disney, Walt Disney And Bob Eiger discussed on /Film Daily

"Talked earlier about this Disney. Disney investors meeting that they had during that investors meeting. They actually revealed that Disney plus will house the. Entire Disney motion picture library, including things from the Disney vault. Chris what do we know during at the end of the shareholders meeting? There was a Q and A session and Bob Eiger just casually tossed this off he really didn't make a big deal out of it. Even though it sounds like a big deal, but he revealed that Disney plus the upcoming Disney streaming service will eventually have the entire Disney motion picture library and the Disney bolt. And if you don't know what the Disney vault is Disney in a clever marketing strategy, they only release their movies on home video or in this case in this day and age digital for a certain period of time. And then they pull it away, and it's not available for years. And then when they released it again to everyone will quickly by it again. Like one of my friends yesterday was complaining that he wanted to show. His kids Cinderella is not available anywhere on digital right now. Yeah, it's nuts. And I mean, it's not for us. It's a great business for them. But according. To this. It's going to all be available soon on Disney. Plus, but there are a lot of questions like this. The first thing that came up in our slack channel. Was you know, is is he serious about every Disney movie being on there? Like is the very controversial song of the south going to be available in there. I can't imagine that happening. But he literally said every single movie see I feel like with song of the south. What you need to do. Is you need to get like Leonard Maltin provide like a, you know, fifteen minute intro providing historical context and in talking about the controversy. I mean like I feel like that would be needed. Like, you can't have the movie on there. Like, you know, quite play. Yeah. I agree. There is a way to show it with that historical context, if they do it that way. So maybe you're right. Maybe they would do something. Like that. Who knows? Yeah. I pretty much assume that the vault was going to be on there. I'm just wondering how big the comics concerts because I think he said like the motion picture library. They have so many shorts. They have so many TV specials all those like Disneyland specials. I used to collect those on DVD. They used to have these like teen of like these are called Walt Disney. They're like these tens of like these old like Disneyland specials and stuff and like actually most DVD's are worth like nothing today. But if you want to sell one of those teams like they're still worth like some of them are worth hundreds of dollars because there was such limited edition. So I'm wondering if that material is going to be available in in Disney. Plus Jacob is there anything in particular you want to see from the vault. I wanna see all super old short in the twenties all your work stuff from from back when Disney was still learning his craft and was like in the acquired all that stuff. Right. We they have. And I just early Disney stuff is weird. And it's from before Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck became mascots. And they were allowed to like be full fledged characters in a way that's often. Very surprising. And there's all sorts are weird. And they're funny, and they're the often surreal and by the forties and fifties, but time color came around. Mickey was drained of personality, and he stopped being mischievous a heroic character that we see in the original shorts. So even though even though today's credit the

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Hi, I'm wanted Malta. Jesse molten listening to Maltin on movies, and we are sitting here. Just in the midst of greeting our latest guests who you know, because if you watch TV at all lives in it. It's right. He's on TV on that television set his name is James roadway. Right. And I'm not your latest guess because I wasn't punctual. I arrived one minute before we begin. Okay. I want everyone to know that you are present guests. Yes. Thank you are current gets. Thank you so much for having me as lovely to beer. Ourselves. Yes. Air blockade and self don't know knowing that we ought to create a different image. You know? Okay. How would you describe this play a swanky penthouse? Nice. It's a swanky penthouse anyway, James, it's a pleasure to have you here and congratulations on your new series. Thank you, which is called a million little pieces or a million little things. We're doing the thing where we let people decide if they if you wanna call it down into. Here's the problem a million little pieces captured the country's you know, subconscious. There was a big thing. And then we call the show a million little things in wonder why people get confused on us. Yes. It is. Yeah. I guess little pieces came first, and we came second and things in pieces are both sort of nonspecific. My goodness. Now. How does how do the folks at the ABC television that we're feel about that? I mean, they get it right on the posters and stuff. They get they've yet to make the mistake. If you go into Google search you're trying to find it somewhere. At least you have most of the name. That's correct. So if you get that, far, you should probably find what you're looking for urine actor of considerable experience, but you worked for so many years eight I believe on psych as delay hill where it was really the to view the center stage the spotlight, and you're now part of a larger ensemble..

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Actor Albert Finney has died aged 82 after short illness

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Actor Albert Finney has died aged 82 after short illness

"Report. British actor Albert Finney has died the BBC's Nick Higham. He was always a character actor. Going. Buying a gay Dublin. Bus conductor in a man of no importance Brockovich. He returned to Hollywood stardom as a gruff lawyer, listen, whoever did this team one hell of a mistake in the gathering storm. He proved to be a distinguished impersonator of Winston Churchill revival secretary, man. And he also delighted children around he played daddy warbucks, and the anti movie critic, Leonard Maltin says Finney didn't want to play the Hollywood Gainey campaign when he got it Oscar nomination he didn't make himself available for interviews. He believed in the work. That's all Albert Finney was nominated for five Oscars. His family says he died after a short illness at the age of

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"She's from wonderful family. I mean, she's she just looking into her eyes. So it's like you just get lost as deep well of she's a beautiful you no kidding market. She's eighteen, but yeah, that was a tremendous thing and films likely, no trays and winter's bone that Depres gift for showing marginalized people, and when you went back to I'm sorry, go back, but winter's bone talking about I would go to Q, and as for that back even in my hometown in Tennessee where you have audience members stand up and go this not this kind of poverty in the United States. I've never seen this. What are you talking about getting a car drive up to Kat county? Right now, it it's everywhere. It's an every state and the same with the story and leave. No trace, I go to QNA's and one of the nicest things I was a of that they came out. And you sure how big nude? He was like, you know, she just got it. So right. It's not hard being over there. It's hardly a comeback. And it I love her for that love her films for that. And it's a real pleasure to be a part of of those stories. It was so organic it's one of those movies for us. We saw it at a film festival knew nothing. Yeah. Which is a great way most of the time to see movies, and I both of us it ended. And we looked at each other just massive smiles on our faces going. Wow. Wow. And you clearly have that excitement. And that passion in it's important because to do this. You have to have that otherwise you're miserable. I still do. I still love it. Let's say reject me if you have to know that's great to hear. It means something to us to know that. And I think that's part of why you're successful of what you do. Because you have that. Because even if they keep making you mean. I don't know. I yeah. The somebody scared to hell out of me as a child somewhere. I'm not I'm I'm pretty nice from person. I'm not going to pull a chainsaw out. No, I'm not gonna hurt. You underscore. Make your cries going to say that's actually on her business card. That I'm not gonna pull a chain. Well, if she says that surely, surely, we're fine. Thank you so much for coming time. Thank you. It's been really fun and a pleasure to be with you both Frankin vice vice versa. And speaking of us us is us as you follow us is he is at Leonard Maltin. I'm at Jesse Maltin on the Twitter and the Instagram, and you can always go to Leonard Maltin dot com for move your views.

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Maltin On Movies

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I rebutted I'm Leonard vaults. And I'm Jesse Maltin listening to Maltin on movies, I will Willem mountain. Dr. Well, this is Willem Defoe our guest Willem Defoe hyphen molten. I hope they can sit. On his too long. But I'm gonna go with it. The marquee might be a little tough don't know worth. It. Don't know a quick random question. Yes. Say. You grew up in the mid west. Yes. I did. I go up. I went to public school nothing to lead us or anything. But me when I was growing up. I was called him Van Gogh and go. Yes, you were saying a A you you. give the artist or learning about the artist we call them Van Gogh and everyone calls in Van Gogh pretty much that speaks American English. So the first time I don't wanna feel like a philistine because I've heard the proper pronunciation, right? And well where you are all k- in Italy. And in France, it's fan gawk and in Holland, it's real not really. And I'm not gonna do it Justice is not go. It's been. Oh, it's more. Like, it's that is getting accomplished. You know? So years of Hebrew school, though. I learned that I I'm not you're seven years old. They just had to going. Like a cat. So I could I could handle that. So. Obviously for the movie we adopted the one that we're comfortable with. Because that makes us feel free. Good. Very good. And I also thought that the for for English speaking audiences. That's what most people are comfortable with. And if you're speaking English in the movie, and then you often come along on certain surnames are or words that you pronounce properly, then they just jumped up and the end you're taken out of the moving. Good call. I think. Yeah. Well, the reason I started with that random question is that our guest Mr. Defoe may currently be seen in his getting great acclaim for his performances bango. And we'll be attorneys gate, and and it is a wonderful performance. Really get under his skin. And I'm sure really inch nobble who made the movie it seems like he wanted us in the audience. You get inside his head. I think so it's a very subjective camera. You're with him. You're with him doing things you're with him walking out nature. You you're with him when he's painting. There's some direct address, you know, to the camera, which is sometimes very irritating device in most films. But I think it's done here in such a way that for me. Anyway, it's it's comfortable. You do get in his head. And because this movie I don't think tries to explain away Van Gogh it tries to imagine what his life was like what his in those last years. And that's really broadly, the approach we'll talk more about I want to point out almost emblematic of your screen career also on tater screens or ground the globe right now in aquaman, also Merman. Merman? It's true, though, every time I think if you. You make a whole lot of movies. And I love it. And it's always interesting, but I had no idea you were command. So my husband, and I went to see it the other day there you are. And I just thought he's Van Gogh and Birmingham. There's not many actors in the world who can go. I've got two roles actually right now and one of them, I'm a fish. Though, though, as as we were discussing earlier, not your first time as a fish. That's true. That's true count finding nemo and finding Dory. Right. Well, you've got a heck of a resume. You really do you really do and that doesn't even count because unless we're in New York when you've been there. We haven't seen you on state. I've not had the pleasure of seeing state and still do I still do fit or work last because I used to work with the company, and basically or almost well, I guess I was twenty seven years every day. I was that theatre that I wasn't on a movie set, and that was most of the time. So it was really my life for a long time. I was up theater actor I and I think it really informed very much how I approach performing in even approached how I might movies. Now, I am no longer with that company. The Wooster group, although it does still exist, and I do theater, but only. Specific shows I've worked with Richard foreman. And Robert Wilson a couple of times and most recently with Romeo Castellucci, the great Italian director..

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Maltin On Movies

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin. You're listening to Maltin on movies, and we are coming from a strange little space and wonderful city. Yes. D- scads, savannah library. Yes. Were they definitely I want that horrible song that always plays in the credits of the intervention. She don't know. You don't watch honesty. Great great. You basically, we're here a disadvantage film festival hosted by scattered which is the savannah college of art and design, and we are with Chloe a grace merits and a ho terribly exciting. Who is in fact, a Georgia girl. Born in raise Boras born in Atlanta, Georgia, but grew up in Carter's Georgia in Rome, Georgia, and my mom and all of our go back like six or seven generations Moammar. Yeah. That's that's serious. It's our entire life all of that peach in your heart. Layman present under percent. We were talking about the fact that it's really wild. We spoke to Michael Toronto the other day. I adore him a fan of his forever, right? It's crazy when you guys start so young because you're only twenty one now, but you've worked for fifteen years. Yeah. That's you know, me to say, it is it's it's a strange reality to to sit back because I you know, I recently went back in. I think it was it was like Amityville horror was on TV, which is my first big movie, and I just like flipped it on. And it was the scene of crying. I was like it was it was an interesting thing for me to sit there at twenty one and just see five and a half year old khloe. And that was like, that's me. That's me. But it's not me. It's like, but it is, you know, gonna be lasting in this film. Forever movies are time capsule. Sales and there too. I can't imagine profound capsules for us in the audience. Absolutely, absolutely. Actually for you to. And I it's against the thing. I always think about that that you can look back at yourself. Most of home movies of some you can watch yourself. Be carried really great can watch yourself. You know, I mean, though, the fact that you didn't just move in with nNcholas cage in real life makes me sad. Because summer the opportunity. It was an optional. Upset I'm upset those air up. So those as Elliot big thing for you. Just love him. I grazing zone agile. Everything's like, my favorite everything. Right. I. This is not just by promise. It's not just about nNcholas cage. He's used to me going off on news. It's an okay if you have to have a tent so bad ten. Usual kinds of going to I'm going to return to what you just said about stumbling onto Amityville. Yes, are and. When you watched yourself. Did you have any memories of the actual making of that movie where you were at that time? The remember this thing that we called acorn club. And it was because in the movie, I am fifty six feet. I think up on the top of a roof. I first stunt. I started loving stunts never really went away. And they would have to put me in this cherry picker take me all the way up the top of the roof than hoped me up to the wires put me on the roof, and there is an acorn tree up there. And I was able to grab his acorns. And I would every time I come down that have aglow handle acorns, give them each person. I loved on the set like don't tell anyone, but you're acorn glove. And I just like had this flash of it. When I was watching the movie, and I was like, oh my gosh. That's just a funny thing that I really had fully forgotten about. So really, it was really like it's wonderful the movie rekindled something positive. Yes. Yeah. Even though it's a it's a horror film. It's what are you? Remember what making a horror movie the acorn club? The exactly it's a lovely memory, though, wager that when you can watch something from them that that's the first thing that pops to mind not stress or trying to figure out how to be on set. But no, see I never when I was younger. I was I was blissfully unaware that this was even a job or career guy thought everyone was in on the joke that this was like playing tennis or like being gymnastics. It looked and felt to me like it always was an extracurricular, and it wasn't until I was the was thirteen minimum, and I was going into a freshman high and..

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin and I'm Jesse Malton and you're listening to Maltin on movies and speaking of movies. We have somebody here who's a pretty familiar face for movies and television and life. Which is to say, if you're jesse's age, you literally grew up watching him grow up your year younger than me. So I realized I, I really have watched you forever. Yeah, like there's there's no point that there wasn't a you in my life and that person would be Michael Barone. Oh, well, thank you so much. Thank you for having me such a pleasure such a pleasure. Such a pleasure spirit fingers for you. I think you know what we're so happy that you're here because we're such huge fans. I'm very happy to be here. We were just saying, how I I, when we first met. Leonard, and I, it was after a screening of ceremony at USC and we did a q. and a. and I remember specifically max Winkler, the director of the movie. Told me no matter what you're doing. You have to come to the Cuban. Because it's being moderated by the legendary Leonard Maltin. And so we all did well, yes. Interesting group of people to and included the poster designer. Yeah, it was very interesting. Yes and not composer. Eric Johnson was a party. It was was great. And max had been a student in that class. Right. And I think set a record because he was there with his own feature film. The actually released feature film, five years after graduating, it's impressive that is address up. We've had other many other alum come by or not so soon. Right. And specifically with that movie, it felt like a real. Tightknit, family affair like it. It was a very special feeling when we were making it. And yeah, it it, it was really, it was really unique in that. It was a cathartic experience. You know now now helped my faulty memory just a bit. There's a back story to this about your role that's in that movie. Would you share it with our listeners? Sure. Well, the story is that I, I read the script and met with max, and I say, we, I met a Jerry's deli. No, I say we, I met at the Chateau Marmon in which max was trying to woo me and impress me. And he says, we first met a Jerry's deli, and I'm not sure which one would no one goes to impress anyone you right? Exactly. But when I first read the script, he he sent it out to myself and Jesse is. Berg, and he wasn't sure which role he wanted either of us to play. He just wanted the two of us to to be in it, and I had known Jesse a little bit. And so we were friends and. E it wasn't exactly clear, but after reading through the script with max, and then with Jesse, it became very clear that at the time I was gonna play Marshall, the the friend of Sam in the film and Jesse was going to play Sam, the lead character. The one who has the affair with the much older woman and tries to crush the wedding of the much older woman and play. Eventually played by Houma Thermo. And so a year goes by and it's the writers strike and about three three weeks. Prior to filming, Jesse gets cast in a little film that nobody ever heard of called the social network and. And so the role of Sam was open and it was funny because Max's original instinct was that I could play either role, but when I read it and it was an interesting moment for me my life because I was in a relationship I was I was young and I felt like. It was a rule that I wasn't quite ready to play. The older part. But after a year of having not worked due to the writers strike after. You know, breaking up with my first girlfriend and and having sort of, you know, matured as they say into a slightly older but still young adult. I, I read for the part the part of Sam and. By got cast on the spot. And so it was it was a funny thing because when I first read the script, I wasn't, I don't think I was ready and then and then time is amazing that way. But it was also something because as an actor I have this sort of blind optimism at times that I could do anything, it's it's, it's really..

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I think i think we should thank these guys for opportunity i just gave you the water delicious we're in the south i'm trying to explore a little southern hospitality so that's why i'm saying thanks guys do there's cinema sins and music video sins twitter and what else oh boy well we have a sub read it cinema soon's we have a facebook page for then cast presented by cinema sons and that's that's our podcast and everything and then soundcloud if you wanna talk straight at barrett or music video sins on twitter for him but you can find us all all over the place not shot anything western union the medium you haven't lord here we're working on some cave drawings but will get good good so if you're petroglyphs fan be patient they'll get to it and well he's gonna do cape drawn i took that as a problem thank you series absolutely well what should we tell people about us you are at leonard maltin i am at jesse maltin on twitter and on instagram and you can always go to www dot leonard maltin dot com beautiful website by the way that's timothy garrett one of my very best friends he's incredible and you can read his movie reviews book post all kinds of good stuff yep that's true and that's a that's true in that and it will be us when we see you next time and i can never sign off well.

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Danbury Hospital, Connecticut and Garrett discussed on

02:04 min | 2 years ago

Danbury Hospital, Connecticut and Garrett discussed on

"I'm the alleged abuse involves eighteen women the husband of an academy member say man is also accused of leaking names of winners in the past his lawyer calls this a witch hunt but scandals forced the group's first female leader out and now organization leaders say they need time to straighten all of this out debra the names of two one celebrated people in the movie industry have been erased from the academy of motion picture arts and sciences bill cosby and roman polanski have been expelled film critic leonard maltin academy would be seen hypocritical if they singled out just harvey weinstein and ignored the proven behavior of other people like polanski and copy polanski's attorney says the director will ask the academy for a hearing to make his case to remain in the organization molten lava from the killer way of all kaneohe has people on the big island packing up their belongings and heading for shelters i grabbed the dogs through them in a them in my car what my room just grabbed up armload of clothes stephen clapper among more than fifteen hundred people evacuating the leilani estates neighborhood geophysicist say there's no way to predict how long the eruption will last or the direction of the lava flow we're getting more information on how the fbi is gathering information on president trump's personal attorney michael cohen correspondent major garrett investigators are monitoring some of cohen's communications which could include emails but monitoring is about the data the number and the recipient not the actual contents and there is a very big legal and procedural difference between the two getting fat is one thing but more than one hundred pounds in two months cbs's jim shanavie says for one woman it wasn't from eating too much a thirty eight year old connecticut woman went to the doctor she began gaining weight fast ten pounds a week over a two month period surgeons at danbury hospital removed a one hundred thirty two pound ovarian tumor in a five hour operation despite her weight gain the patient was also.

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Maltin On Movies

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"No entering narratives dot com hi everybody i'm leonard maltin then jesse maltin because lennon as a frog in his throat and can't get his name out yeah and trying i'm trying real hard your krokan but it's door little krokan there there it is what can i do about my father the croke today is a very important day for me and i will tell you why some of you guys know ideal with all kinds of crazy illnesses on a very regular basis i collect say collect autoimmune diseases what does that mean i spend a ridiculous amount of time in bed and there are some people that are so precious to me because they helped me pass that time last night i was going to have to go to the er because some of my stuff was flaring pretty badly we put on the it crowd and is if magic relaxation was had and the fact that i get to actually tell you in person how important you've been whether it's watching the sapphires which we love a brilliant film or i t crowder fm pirate radio or any of the things that you do you are huge part of what makes me feel better when i'm not well chris o'dowd up salute pleasure to have hoped it honestly it's finding out that you were going to be around we leapt at the chance to talk to you thank you because you're a big deal at our house.

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Oh god i i literally this morning brought out the baby food maker i was like here we go again never ending supply of mashed up broccoli but yeah those two and then blockers comes out i hope you guys enjoy it i really do forward we're looking to it looking forward to the oj yes i'll come back and we'll talk again our new location exact our exciting new apple comics on i do it like jerry seinfeld we'll just get in my car parked outside of the meltdown building stay stay with with their them talking movies with multan's while driving boy motorin with maltin movies with multan while motorin i'm just trying to think of the alliteration caffey right register that right now we'll give you ten percent except jesse people wanting to find us for whatever reason at leonard maltin and i'm at jesse maltin on twitter and instagram and you can always go to www dot leonard maltin dot com to read about movies and books and everything else in his blues blu rays and eligible festivals i love this i still have the aliens lizard skin it's pretty good yeah great it's it what welcome now that's different from uhf okay it'd be clear thanks for listening everybody was the next time i yeah leaving noticed dot com.

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Well the thing about well salary salaries i'm so surprised it's it's actually open lengthy is gonna open and it's going to why we have wonderful publicists is it thirty dirty it's coming out here in la in la and you work and la okay and so it's it's actually in the world so to speak you do these things they're so private personal and then all of a sudden around the world you just won't say no i don't want to see that fair doing you don't i do and i don't of course yeah if it works it's the kind of film that you don't see this kind of film every day and sort of need an appetite for it certain appetite it's appeals to some people that's that's great you know i'm in what else is there that's why you do it yeah we never wanna give anything away but i do think that your version of what should be played before a play starts that you must all be doctors to avoid to avoid to be able to afford the all that's good and you need to you know and you have to keep your foot you're so important and i think that should play in every theater before play starts that as a cellphone solutely man good for you thank you phil so much so great to be you're doing this guys thank you very very much and jesse are traditional sign office tell people who are at leonard maltin.

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Maltin On Movies

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Oh this is crazy okay and just focus up and each thing i'm stunned by and delighted and so grateful for that there's not even a shred of a risk of me taking for granted and so i just each new thing to me feels more difficul and so i work harder and i feel like the process of my careers is going to be somehow figuring out how to work harder and harder every time he's on tv i take a picture of the tv uh done that without a little kid with the throw a cameras then moving to the slightly nights are cameras a now with my found oh that is gonna desert manner of bests coffeetable book rain for only our family members yet selfrule are very limited lyft f one time he was the answer on a wheel of fortune puzzle and i stood there taking photos as they guest it was the over his nalen historian leonard maltin widerr that at owned by uttered them all as beckoned day with that show that i am i literally i think i took like thirty photos as they were guessing every letter you should never to me it should never seem like this is just a thing that happened no and and if it is than that sad for you know now it's our them decide muscle and and so it's also just a fuel spin on satisfying um not that i was looking for something but if it stops at the i'm going to go a it was wonderful and then i'll serve your coffee and we're going to have a felon phony exchange in both verdict will be the first time i saw you with loser you're and you play such a wild character and for anyone who doesn't know that was kind of the first movie they had jason bigs do outside of the whole american pie thing that was the his first vehicle yes yeah yeah and and i think he's lovely i really laying hens nice really like him this movie is crazy his meena suv ari all cut all kinds of really interesting character actors that you don't necessarily no you're playing the wacky est and the wardrobe in that film over the moon for modem a you know she did i know mona we know mmono may dwell meet the she is a legend.

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"To your point i mean yeah you know we we head um we who who knows what career trajectory what what could pads are career would have taken if obama had not been elected but i do know that a big part of us being able to sir be relevant at the time when comedy central took our show on was that we share though racial identity with the president we had a a point of view in terms of codes switching and other things that aren't really talked about um and you know the the idea of being mixed or or biracial is kind of rarely talked about a his vision is very common thing and so that was you know the the the black president who is also a mixed president um and somebody who navigates both spaces um was was was a the centerpiece of a national conversation yes so we all of a sudden we had a place yeah and what a place what a place you cart for yourself your bank and continue to car for yourself are so as i've warned you now we're gonna talk about get out look at uh i'm i'm leonard maltin will come to your door i'm ready offices nobody it's i it's such such a good film but it's also such a rich film you put so much in it and will i read one interview were you talked about and it was in the writers guild maxine the very good conversation.

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Are robotic arm leonard maltin and i'm jesse walton are you listening to maltin on movies our guest today is a man who isn't exactly a household name in my household in your household i would hope so because you are a remarkable guy and your name for everybody's the information is richard kraft welcome richard hello richard by profession is a manager of top film score composers i'm talking about danny elf men and john powell hill rattled off some other names i i wouldn't want to be overly selective it tends to be my first crimes danny meant then i have the number now dead clients viceadmiral very gold so i did not kill these people no no no no one would have any in the decomposing category it's jerry goldsmith henry mancini our bernstein vows apollo door is maurice jarre jon barry so people i i'd allies i represented of the old guard and then my first client was danny of been when he was a young puppy and now i do film and broadway so i like i've alan menken and mark shame in and uh it's just a bunch of people right really good saying i and two guys who are doing pretty well right oh yeah hasic and paul who they won the oscar this year for the lyrics for la la land and they won the tony for dearborn hanson they have a original movie musical about houdini starring hugh jackman called greatest showman coming out the end of the year reign and the writing alerts for the new songs in the aladdin movie with alan menken and they're about eight years old so it's it's really amazing amount we see damian chazelle i'm right the first time that we met n our when whiplash was going on i look i said how old are you and we think he was 28 or something like that and i went that's it no here baby yeah we have to try to child labour law he looks about fifteen yes yeah now now to say the richard as a manager is accurate.

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Maltin On Movies

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Morrogh under malta and i'm jesse maltin you're listening to maltin on movies at our guest today now i hope you're not displeased by this but the first image of you that comes to mind when i think of you steven weber gives you pounding a stake into a vampires heart and being splattered with more fake blood that i ever knew existed in all of hollywood and that was just my lunch hour i'm i'm and racism a brooks movie dracula dead and love first thank you for having me thank you for your running it'd be here i am i am i'm thrilled that you remember that in that you think of that and in fact i think a couple years ago the afi uh you know the celebrated mel brooks right and they do to tribute to him and i went with my two sons who were couple years younger than and it was a starstudded affair and everybody was there who he ever worked with who was still alive pretty much and if they weren't in the theater they were on screen they did a little mini kind of introductory documentary and tribute to him and of course we were treated to everything from scenes from of course blazing saddles in young frankenstein that twelve shares everything every possible movie and at near the end um and you have to understand that on stage people giving him tributes robert deniro niro of all people was giving is of morgan freeman everybody everybody.

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"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"maltin" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"I wondered mom and i'm jesse maltin you're listening to him often on movies billy bob thornton were you grew up did everybody have a middle name yes i think i think everybody has a middle name everywhere assisted in the south in the south they don't have the entire sort of proper name that it comes from for instance william robert millie bob you know so in southeast forego the william robert and argue in fact william robert no okay now it's action my name is actually owned a burst tip it'd be good penname now oh yeah absolutely i'm robert absolute sounds very fancy it does some fancy white who fancy for me but my dad's they was billy ray mmhmm and that was that was hit of which would be william raymond i suppose if you're in connecticut it's william range right here in arkansas billy ray call you let him off there you go now i am i am actually a little stunned by the realization that it is twenty five years since one false move why is it and that's that's just a knockout to me because i think that was my first awareness view uh was seen that film that you are not only in front and do a good job in but you wrote with tom at persson your longtime friend recycling and uh and it was was that a gamechanger for you in turn your career oh yeah absolutely uh not with the public as much amid but within the business in all uh the critics rulli jumped on that one and really law that so it was a criticallyacclaimed movie that didn't make a gillian dollars in said didn't make me a household name mmhmm but it gave me a name within the movie business and you know we'd been working for a while tom and i'd already sold ah.

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