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"mama mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Average like two thousand seven. I'd say that's a hell of life. Fuck eighty two anything else. Holy Cow Your fucking idiot. Anything else at all right. Thank you so much I listen. I'm always up for good book. Aren't we got one more caller? All right fine I guess we have to do with it John Stewart all aboard. Yes what's up happening are you doing? Hey Kirk COPPA sure. Yeah absolutely so. You made a recent remark about Coppola. Saying it was all downhill from one hundred. This picture easily pizza that day. Jesus we have a whole a whole pint. No no his family did. He was not present. John What are you arguing about even talking the talk? Yes the director Francis Ford Coppola. Shorewood talk about him so I think there was some minor gems there after Takemitsu Tucker or no Tucker guy down guards stone. I liked this movie I do like. That's that's very fair Gaydos. Oh backstory behind gardens of stone. Remind because I've read. I remember reading the Peter Diskin Book. Did you read that easy? Riders Raging Bulls not recommend it. Yeah Oh very if. You're a movie buff from like the seventies it's fucking great. I can't right. It's made my favorite movie book ever written. So you bet you mentioned how Coppola Kinda got into the children's movie business executives son died or no. The studio also made Something called like the magician. Ian Black Stallion and Black Stallion Return. Do you produce lead the lead actor in The musician was grind O'Neill's son Griffin not best friends with one of the Coppola kids. Yup and they had a tragic motoring accident killed Briseno. Neal was a boat abode. I think that's right. Yeah and that. Inform the famous scene in guy into stone with James Caan rips a pat. I believe like a file room or something with this right. Yes not that famous to see but yeah and You know that was quite emotional for Coppola and cashew and so forth. Imagine us a new podcast right now actually. Turner Classic Movies is doing. It is about Peter Bogdanovich. I just listened the first episode. It's fucking great. It is great. I cannot recommend that podcast creepy home. Yeah but he's he had had a wildlife I would what the hell's the name of it it's called. The plot thickens podcast. It's like a six part podcast Bogdonovich. You should listen to it. You'll like it it's good. Can I do Coppola's story? You certainly can okay. I think it was around. The Time Tucker came out there was an article interview wouldn't Coppola. It was like in movie line or maybe wider on India and he said he said in the future he wanted to make movies but they would be inside the computer right and at the time I couldn't really imagine without with look like but now haven't seen what happens you know. Obviously it's possible. He was so I went out to try to find the article while he was making Ta Tro in South America me had a laptop down there with him with all his notes on all his movies. His future projects everything. His computer got stolen. So I thought that was. That movies could just totally be made inside of the. Computer Gusto and there you go. The irony is thick Ernest John. John we're we're talking about really about earlier today you you WanNa do show for us or no. Yeah I've been talking about the people over here. Oh Good Steve will make it happen. All right we'll talk to you guys. Thanks John He was well. There you go. Francis Ford Coppola stories from Johnston to wrap up show. Now I mean obviously the line in the news and the media and the police was it was a boating accident with O'Neill and culpa I think we know what was what was seen at the at the scene Steve. I don't think it was blood. There was another red tomato sauce for Nice. Lots to sauce. If I can leave here today with one thing. I would like to say that I know for a fact Eric Clapton. Eight there with his son all the time and had not a bad word to say about was we. I mean if you if you don't trust the word of Eric Clapton that's true. Well I don't know why you contribute this. I'm not saying it's a great replaced to bring the family. I cannot recommend migrate friends. Mama Mia Enough. Thank you there. You go thank located all over the south shore after an hour almost like they're laundering from place to place in the south shore. It's almost like a little syndicate. When you say Steve No. It's not like that almost spread that money or keep it keep it in. You know like that. Well I mean listen. You know Time bring a pizza over right. Do you think a man. Like Bernie Madoff. What they were doing always always have many families so listen. I'm GonNa make you a very rich person. Here's a Napkin. Mommy's Napkins we go. There franchise was wildly popular. When I was Vince Foster's favorite. I love love with and we five-star great friends. All kidding aside Tri State run company. Of course I expressed VPN. Smith's country cheese death wish cough. 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"mama mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Cover of the rolling stone right up there on the wall back background you can see the runners. The marathoners start. Tell you have no idea why this is being unleashed? The guy sides away to get their business after the fuck with fucking shame. The great thing about Mama Mia is putting room. Keep your backpack. Well they're all day that FRY. They fed them all day. I can really do is hug house and hope he is a fine sense of humor. Should we call the Warthog to Guy Control? You lose a business that obviously. It's well nuggets. Not all ingest. Now they think about it. I I like to think of examples not well. I don't know for example the Air Mendez thing doesn't quite lineup shores. He was there was video evidence. Oh sure it is sure. Okay thank you. Thank you still have to be kind of kind of weird that the day before? Halloween Mayor Menino was eating their fourteen. Well he's an old man odd. Well they have nice Halloween spread. That's sure they do. Yeah it's a good point. They really do get tricked. Don't say Bang.
"mama mia" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Talented. Of course. Of course I. You couldn't kiss that so I have the ability to broadcast like that very. Yeah do your life. But that's a talent though kissing ass. I think there's something towel that it's a skill talents you will but it's it's a skill and you're talented at Skill. Talent is saying. Hey here you know. Here's a post Malone. This week is at number six moving up four spots with fucking fences town onto having that being a polished broadcast or out of trouble. It's a skill troubles on the talent. I being Ryan seacrest. There's something to most people couldn't do the words on talent though okay. Well then it's skilled on. Yeah I guess whatever but I mean so my point is there are people who WanNa be Ryan seacrest. That's fine they're people WANNA to be Kirkman the hand and broadcasting. That's fine it's want to be both I would say is I said to my man. Abc last night I think I could do Ryan seacrest job a lot. Better Than Ryan seacrest could do mine. That is that's what I would say. Yes that's true but maybe not maybe see crisis super talent. The thinks seacrest could pack them out. Oh Oscar show I think he maybe Quebec We were talking subscription less Ryan seacrest. Who has a big national radio show right Yes visa tomorrow? Going subscription like six people go with him. Because what the fuck would he be? There would be no. It wouldn't be right. There'd be no bull even make say couldn't play. He couldn't do what would he do? He doesn't bring anybody you know. I've never seen anybody like if I didn't know we had a radio show just from being like being fucking somewhere hearing before or a sandwich shop. Oh they have no idea even know I thought it was a game show host. Yes or no. He's American idol. Yeah Yeah I mean. I'm sure there's a lovely. I think he got hit with some Metoo Stephanie. A little she survived got. Yeah I think that's why he lost Kelly and Ryan or whatever it wants and that's why he's not on that show. Did that show. Yes only Michael. Straying indoorsy on. Maybe I forget I can't I don't know but yeah there was some way some mild thing that he he got out of guys. If we're GONNA Talk Ryan Seacrest. Who might just have to get on the phone? He's obviously burden. Here's the thing. So real quick did Alastair Black show. I think it'll be up today. It was fine. He's he's much you realize that these kind of Nice kid in the dummy. It's fine the star. Though is psychic is charisma personified. He was bowled he was. He was unafraid to ask questions. And he's a young he's a young Kirkman and took us he pick the spots. He's still waiting for that. It's like a fucking assassin. He's actually he'll say something. I think the most unsettling day by the way by the way. Also this kid detract from Michigan to do this. Yeah to say he's a very important part of the show. I guess I think the most unsettling thing when dj talking about how his his basis suburban moms that's true he's in particularly given me. He's telling me about how the radio business going to survive and like. Okay okay you. You're he's like you know. It's like our experiences. You know my battle in Virginia. You're battling Boston. She's even argue. That's fine you've seen the type gets their foot in the door and radio and the world is and that he nobody knows. But that's but I like him. I am an Alisher Black Fan. I learned.
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Horses Follow Money
"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and my frontier Alexander Skarsgard has a movie called the team movie of some serious intent guarantee that each and every one of you will have a chance to be a warrior Jackson do something out here to be a part of history said of reading about it in some book and I like that Wolf in that scene looking like do I believe this guy yeah because he wants to be a hero in the beginning of this scene nats character is reading a book on history so when deeks walks up to give this little little speech clock said and he's like Oh you're you're history so that's why he wants ended in he knows at all these guys young guys want to do what they want to be heroes they wanna be says this is your opportunity to be a part of history instead of just reading about it in some book on so this is his way of just tickling that a little bit to get them excited and like trust me follow me and you get to do great things I think what this movie is about and what it's saying and what's manipulative about it is very timely it's there's a thirty and ital- authority masks itself sometimes and how it creates a thing where you wanna please it or you can also say if you don't please it it's going to be trouble for you absolutely and how easy it is to surrender your morality to authority the the MILGRAM experiment you remember that back in the day they think it was back in the stay there was that famous experiment with a had subjects. Push a button to electrocute someone in an in another room but because there was a doctor of or an actor playing a doctor conducting this experiment telling the subject to to do this normal good people law-abiding citizens we're willing to ultimately execute someone might push of a button in another room because they had surrendered their own morality to a person in a position of authority on which is very troubling and there's movie touches on that a bit where in the beginning they feel like they're part of unit and the unit has its own. Morales be in its own moral compass and the leader of that unit is deeks so all they have to do is just follow blindly and what happens for Bregman nats character starts to rub against his own morality eventually I was also fascinated with how declares the guys against each other it's almost like a love story and it's a courtship he it is positive attention and then when someone's not quite doing what he wants to heal ignore that work on rayburn another character instead and then suddenly eases pet which will leave Friedman feeling stuck out in the cold and bring back in his lover and on and it obviously feels quite timely 'cause it's about whistle blower which is quite topical right now isn't it totally is look at you look at you go from one into another without ever being the I mean I'm watching I watched you know on being a god no but that guy yeah from another planet yeah you know I I need a little levity between some of the dark projects worked on so so that was it was a great opportunity to that a lot of fun on that job and Kirsten dunst and you'd be back together again after melancholy and your large tree experience we play a married couple again melancholy different kind of very different and I couldn't have been more excited I love I love there's an she's obviously fantastic actress but also so we became very close on melancholy and I was thrilled when she called and said doing this show and asked if I wanted to come in and play her husband and then get eaten by should I reveal it's a spoiler alert I know that now we the Dow and you found that very appealing immediately didn't you yes and I love the way it was set up because it said it's the two hander and you think all right this is a show about this couple on an I love when you in a way almost trick the audience too so they sit back can eat popcorn and think like I think I'm not watching this is going to be the trajectory of the show and then the end of the it's so surprising hopefully to the audience suddenly taste eaten by me and and the Hell Agadir and then the show is about something very different and it takes a different turn so it was lovely but what does the success that you're having do to change it when you are on big little lies you didn't only win the Ma you when the Golden Globe Sag Award every other award they could actually meant did that turn your head around did you look in the mirror and say wow you're fabulous that's how I start my day every before those awards that's my mind to eat just my bloodline from my parents like wow you're you're you're fabulous go out there and conquer the world they'll do it but that must have been experience doing that series as well it's extraordinary it's kind of a great thing with you and Meryl Streep deep we have one day one together one little moment and she said son and I started crying and my heart melted it that was it I mean yeah it's Meryl Streep it's on there are a lot of extraordinary actors on big little lies obviously had the great privilege of working closely with in the coal but Amerisleep is grow up watching her movies and a massive Fan Kramer and Kramer was I WanNa my parents favorite movies that's just so bad parenting because they would why would watch that when I was a kid about such a great movie the worst right the kids let's watch it was their way of saying you should be grateful that we're still together because look at this this is what can happen this is what could I think is Weird is that your dad's done in Mamma Mia with her yeah has way more scenes than you've Ah Yeah Way more fun and singing and doing that and you know dad loved every second of it I think it he can't dance he can't sing hey he should not be wearing wearing spandex but he's dances and he thinks that he's worked with all the worst panics and he loves it and I think it I think the audience his loves it does he give you a pointers now in your career does he call you up and say I just saw not after the spandex and Mama Mia and do it and I'm like Dad you've lost for list but you've got how many of you in your siblings are actors three three three siblings yeah yeah we're eight kids and four of us are actors how much do you all see of each other so I live here in your but I just got an my everyone else is in Stockholm so they all live back where I was born on and I've lived here for many years on but we're very tight family and I go back every holiday and whenever I have a long enough break to go home Sweden go back but I haven't had a place in Stockholm in fifteen years actually I got one last year and I'm moving in and a couple of weeks so yes I'm very excited about that to have an apartment I'm still gonNA live here but I'm have a permanent base in Stockholm it to spend more time out there and be around my family you can do a great American accent has taken over you now is there any Swedish left in my dad's wife is she's from Ohio so she's lived in Sweden for many years but when we're home it's kind of a mix of English and Swedish now so it's kind of a weird combination of the two did you ever have a problem with the American accent idea did you ever have to get to rain yourself to get out of it. The British accent has been more difficult for me you had to had a British accent on Tarzan and that was trickier I think my my Max that my accent was already more American than British before I moved out here we I lived in in Texas for a while when I was eight that'll do it and I went to a when my dad was shooting in Budapest I went to American schools there when I was thirteen so it was it was definitely felt more natural and organic to slip into an American accident than on that in British so on Tarzan Edward quite heart with the dial code but has that seeped into being your accent when you're speaking I don't think so little Texas and there when you said that I don't think I think what what those informative years you know the formative years of being when I was I was so young like the first time I was exposed to the English language was when I was in Texas which was an amazing experience because Fredericksburg it was like proper cowboy country and coming from Stockholm I was an urban kids from downtown Stockholm in a cowboy movie because like I was surrounded by real cowboys on horses and I loved every second of it and I even got a pair of beautiful cowboy boots and I was so excited to come back home to Stockholm like imagining this moment of day one of being back from from from from Texas walking in Mike Cowboy boots and all the kids would be like Oh my God he's a cowboy and then I walked in and everyone started laughing at me and said like why are you wearing women's boots sake because as an eight year old for eight year old kids in Sweden at the time like cowboy boots looked like ladies boots basically so I was very disturbing moment and and trump ties I was traumatized again it was like imagining this big immutable moment where everyone was just like touching them like Oh my God Alex has been is now a cowboy after three months in Fredericksburg on instead they laughed at me you've never wore them again they're they're all I haven't on on in my apartment here on on a pedestal I still have the boots well let's take a couple of last questions from the world outside world of the Internet are you ready for this I don't know well come on charmaine visas what do you miss most about sweetness side from family when you're in the states for long periods of time was it your dad cooking naked. I remember that story from last time that was great great that's something I definitely miss on but he's here quite a bit dated Naked Soldier apartment here clothing optional. Yeah we'll come and cook it my place sure do miss my pickled herring you can't get that here now it's you can but it's it's saying if you're in New York or Elaine yeah but if you're shooting somewhere more look slightly more remote rural area it's it's it's not easy to find pickled herring this is this is sad like this is very different from fermented herring that soothes drumming it is of course I don't need that that's very pickled not fermented pickled fermented huge difference listen to that PRI that's the have mark j say what is the Best Oh yes there it is the answer is already there anyway to show everybody what you can oh it's time for song again as we end this okay and I always ask for something in Swedish because it's beautiful language it is beautiful we've heard you do American Texas everything else that you've done what sense of melody and beauty can you give me in the Swedish tongue okay so we just uh we were talking about pickled herring in a tradition in Sweden is to drink schnapps with when you pickled herring and then you sing schnapp songs of course yeah and there are many fantastic snuff songs the most famous one it's super easy so we can sing it together we can we all know it let's yes come on universal classics Theater Learn Gold Whom Hope for
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Cher Talks to Ellen About Preventing a Sexual Assault with Meryl Streep
"Let's really talk about why this week was special for you. Oh, gosh. Share was here. I have always loved off you how do you not love share? How are Are you? you not share share? No, everyone loves share. But as a gay man share release something for Kevin. I thought Andy was coming out for a second. Now that's on the next episode. Oh my gosh. I love her and she told L and all about mama Mia. Now, she saved a life with Meryl Streep. Let's talk about you in Maryland, really love each other. And you should because you're both fabulous women silkwood is like one of my all time favorite movies. But your Bula together. We are. I mean, that's really fun. Like you want to do another movie with her love to do. You have any ideas. No, okay. You want to come up with an yes, okay? I'll come up with an idea. And then actually, you know, we saved a girl's life once the two of us. Tell me what. So she just had Mamie, and we were at her apartment, and she said, I want ice cream are sort of cool. I said, but it's kind of dangerous neighborhood and it's night. And she said, no, it's like between Chinatown and little Italy. What could happen and so who walk in? And we haven't got around the corner yet, but we hear screaming, and we get around the corner huge man in like sweats, and I don't know what over like basketball shorts. And he's pulling at this girl. She's like shaking, the squirrel and so- Merrill, just starts screaming and takes off an ice start screaming and take off to and think I'm going to get killed. Why France is gonna kill me. So anyway, so we're running and running and the guide turns around, and he sees. Us and he starts running towards us in the night that we're really going to get killed, but we both split off in the opposite directions. And and we got to the girl and he kind of had ripped her clothes, but she kept her purse, and that's what he wanted. And then we're like trying to fix her all up, you know, and you know, we have nothing, but we're sticking it in their bras strapper shirt thinks she looks at us and she screams and she said, oh my God. I'm a singing waitress, and no one's gonna believe I got mugged and same. Wow. What a great story.
Kennedy Center Honors to pay tribute to Cher, Reba, Philip Glass, Hamilton
"A whole Larry's tribute to share. Oh, she enters the room in sequence Melissa Peterman, baby. Daddy and other great things in Minnesota gal. She played REBA of court, or you know, was rebound REBA. Brady's there for REBA. And let's see Amandus Saif read. I guess also plays comical tribute to to share. Oh, really weird one. Yeah. And Cindy Lauper gives an electrifying performance freed was with Sharon. Yes. Mama mia. Oh. Yeah. Yeah. And loppers apprised share. And I guess she shouted. I thought you were going to be LA and Cindy Lauper said, I lied and she performs if I could turn back time kind of where asked share inspired outfit, totally fun. Then she later returned to the stage. We're going to see her sing, I got you babe with Adam Lambert who performs believe oh. Because you know, they always have. Yes. I love it. So anyway, yeah, that's on at seven o'clock tonight. Since two hour show. There's really nothing on PBS has a new novella or whatever you have on your net. Flix? Yeah. I love watching the show. So do I. Yeah. And I'll fast forward over the people. I don't know because it's good listening to covers from other people too. It is. Yeah. I love doing. It was a very shocking outlander this week five. I am not into that show. Oh,
"mama mia" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast
"The nets. Host the Golden Globes on there is there is rumors. But. But they know they were going to pull the trigger on court. But yeah, it sambergen, Sandra. I mean, I might work is imagined Santa Rosa gonna play the straight man in San bergh's gonna be the do duty one. It's better than Anne Hathaway and James Franco, hosting whatever they host it was at the actual Oscars that they hosted a host of the top to bottom. No doubt. Oscars who? Yeah. Well, anything's better than that. That was bad as awesome. And I like I like Anne Hathaway. I think she's very charismatic yet that that was a a real possessor, you notice pretty good, Hugh Jackman was pretty good. He did it. He's doing a touring show. Did you see that? Yeah. I think I'd go to see that go to see him in concert. Actually, actually didn't. I didn't. I didn't know that. I'd rather probably. What's what's it called Bradley Cooper and lady gug on concert up starting to hear shallow on the radio? Lot. Are you? I've never heard it on the radio. But I've seen the radio edit on the list, which which is weird because they cut out the cut out the crowd cheering at the start of the song. But they leave the crowd cheering in the middle of the song. Classic radio at it. Last before we got into an Aderito prince getting a mama Mia style movie about that good not a movie about prince, so not a prince bio pic just in the same sense that it's not an ABA movie Mamma Mia. But it they will use prince music, I'm excited for that. Could be terrible the kind of excited for that. I'm all in on that I like to his case musical catalogue ever used in a pot of a movie in that, similar fashion. And also think that it's not maybe not the perfect time. Just yet doodoo prince documentary. I'd wanna make sure bio pick to run to make sure that they're like completely think. That out. I make sure they have the best possible screenplay in actors and everything together for that. Yeah. This is weird. 'cause prince's always been very notoriously guarded with his music rights. And I think I don't know if there was debate over his estate, but it's it's a pricing that this would come out. But I would I would see this. And I think I would I would like the general concept. He's got so much. Good music could be pretty cool. It would probably a little not grittier, but a little more of a different tone than that of mama Mia. And how Abbas in that? So I like this this this is kind of cool concept. Very intriguing across the universe was a similar thing of mea. Right. That wasn't. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't like. I mean like that either mama Mia was so that's the thing though is like Abbott lends itself well to mama Mia 'cause it's very tongue in cheek. But you know, what I'm trying to say it's like Abba schmaltzy and cheesy among the is that too and the Beatles some Mike considered to be schmaltzy and cheesy, but I don't and I just didn't think they're use it worked at Welford across the universe. Not in that context. So I'm curious to how do the the prince one because there's just something very specific about Abba music that puts you into that zone where you can be like, okay, I can believe these people really singing the songs, it's actually just five. And it's a little red corvette is the main theme of the song and everything else is based around cars. I add read Sepulvado brought to you by stitch fix. Stick fixes, it online personal styling stirs that fines and delivers clothes shoes. Accessories to fit your body budgen lifestyle trill, wearing a piece stitch fix closing per usual..
"mama mia" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"I think I'd go to see that go to see him in concert. Actually, actually didn't. I didn't. I didn't know that. I'd rather probably. What's what's it called Bradley Cooper and lady gug on concert up starting to hear shallow on the radio? Loud. Are you? I've never heard it on the radio. But I've seen the radio edit on the list, which which is weird because they cut out the cut out the crowd cheering at the start of the song. But they leave the crowd cheering in the middle of the song. Classic radio at it. Last before we got into an Aderito prince getting a mama Mia style movie about that good not a movie about prince, so not a prince bio pic just in the same sense that it's not an ABA movie Mamma Mia. But it they will use prince music. I'm excited for that. That could be terrible the kind of excited for that. I'm all in on that I like to his his musical catalogue or whatever used in a pot of a movie in that, similar fashion. And also think that it's not maybe not the perfect time. Just yet doodoo prince documentary. I'd wanna make sure bio pic to run to make sure that they're like completely think. That out. I make sure they have the best possible screenplay in actors and everything together for that. Yeah. This is weird. 'cause prince's always been very notoriously guarded with his music rights. And I think I don't know if there was debate over his estate, but it's it's a pricing that this would come out. But I would I would see this. And I think I would I would like the general concept. He's got so much. Good music. This could be pretty cool. It would probably a little not grittier, but a little more of a different tone than that of mama Mia. And how Abbas in that? So I like this this this is kind of a cool concept. Very intriguing across the universe was a similar thing of mea. Right. That wasn't. Yeah. I didn't like I mean like that. Either mama Mia was so that's the thing though is like Abbott lends itself well to mama Mia 'cause it's very tongue in cheek. But you know, what I'm trying to say it's like Abba, Abba schmaltzy and cheesy among the is that too and the Beatles some Mike considered to be schmaltzy and cheesy, but I don't and I just didn't think they're use it worked at Welford across the universe. Not in that context. So I'm curious to how do the prince one because there's just something very specific about Abba music that puts you into that zone where you can be like, okay, I can believe these people really singing the songs, it's actually just five. And it's a little red corvette is the main theme of the song and everything is based around cars. I add read Sepulvado brought to you by stitch fix. Stick fixes, it online personal styling stirs that fines and delivers clothes shoes. Accessories to fit your body budgen lifestyle trill, wearing a piece stitch fix closing per usual..
Movie Inspired by Prince’s Music in the Works at Universal (EXCLUSIVE)
"Best. Which would you would. You. Would you rather see a movie about the life of prince or a movie based around the music of prince life life life? Appreciate you're not getting that one somebody is making a movie based, but it's a movie in the works based on the music of prince. And I think I hate to say this. I think what it's going to end up being is like, mama Mia, Broadway almost. Yeah. Like, you know, how mama Mia has its own story with Abba, but uses their songs to tell the story. This will be the same kind of movie you'll have a story, but it will be using the music of prince
Movie Inspired by Prince’s Music in the Works at Universal
"And Universal Pictures is working on a movie inspired by the music of prince, the film company has acquired the rights to a portion of his music catalog for this project, which will include a story line based around his songs, it will be similar to the mama Mia films, which based around music from the Swedish pop
Movie Inspired by Prince's Music in the Works at Universal
"And Universal Pictures is working on a movie inspired by the music of prince, the film company has acquired the rights to a portion of his music catalog for this project, which will include a story line based around his songs, it will be similar to the mama Mia films, which are based around music on the Swedish pop group Abba.
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"mama mia" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Could ask different sort of wearables movies, man? Exactly. That's a good idea, and these are the type of horror movies that I like I don't like the I don't like the glory. I don't like the. Hocus pocus. I love who originally the original nightmare on elm street is fantastic. It's a little stretchy arm. Claw alleyway see here. The crap out of me practical effects were coming out of the funny. I go back now, and I'm just rooting for him to kill Johnny Depp. Get your wish DVD and Blu Ray releases this week, mama Mia. Here we go again and sorry to bother. You got nothing to say on. Either of these says, the only reason I want to see the second mama MIA'S her playing a younger Meryl Streep. Yeah. But then I don't wanna see Meryl Streep's. I hear from what I hear. You don't have to see a whole lot of Meryl Streep in the. Okay. If you don't see the movie. Yeah. Exactly. The original mama Mia or the sequel, but I feel like I'm missing out on some kind of cultural experiences. Look if you like if you're a big fan of Abba music, and you wanna see people who aren't Abbas seeing Abba by all means the enjoy mom now, I'm in all it is all it is. I was on the fence until that comment. I will say actually why didn't they call it album Mia? Here we go again. Mama Mia, the first one I haven't seen the second one. My wife was watching mama Mia. And I'm sure she was. I tell you if it was me. Is this happened to log onto the screen fixing? Our it is a she went to bed, but I still stayed there to help her watch it. Well, she wanted to know how it ended. Retired filler in on that movie. I she was watching it. There's a lot of intriguing mystery direction that's going to go. Are they going to end up happy? I don't know. It's a beautiful movie. I will say that about it. I'm not into the music so much. You know, what I'm not a Big Apple fan, but it's filmed on these islands of Greece. Absolutely stunning. Beautiful mute movie to to to look at. It's a feast for the I oh,.
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"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"And I think a couple of Kambas here, not largely the conversations are about men like, okay, who's my daddy? Or who's my daughter's daddy? Or. Who's anybody's daddy. The first couple I caught where between two and four line exchanges is not like grabbing long conversations that aren't about because this is sort of, you know, mail route of the story even when there are good things going on, but it it does pass in terms of it being. I mean, it's needs should be said it is a extremely Caucasian movie in race again, I'm so it is. It's very shitty and typical for that to be the case. The diversity is tuber nets literally. Yeah. Like, oh, someone not have flesh colored hair. The young guy who Christine branch Ke's character sleeps with with is the only person of color who has with the lines. Yeah, I think that that is true if I need to get my notes beco-. Let me just remind you what his line is. Now, baby, this tickle your taste. He does have a life, at least it's a hell of a live. Yes. But yeah, it's it's super white movie. Which sucks it does pass the Bechtel test. Yes, it has that surprisingly not as much as you think it would considering. It's all humility mostly, but now they are all talking about either Sam or Bill or Harry or Scott or sky. I, we'll talk that up less to the movie being too male oriented and more to the movie having literally zero scenes that aren't exactly forwarding the plot. No room to breathe in this entire script. No, because they're like, we need to have five hundred. The volume of songs is unnecessary so much. I feel like I would love to crunch some numbers and see God twice the number of songs like twice the number of songs you wouldn't normally like? Yes, phantom of the opera Mumia pound for pound. There's there's nine hundred songs in this and they're all strung together by like no more than two lines dialogue Meryl Streep's like, oh, well, that's great. And Christine Bransky is like, yeah, but you know, it would be even better the next. Humping. I feel like a really oppressed by you being anti home. I suppose. Sorry, I'm cultures alive. That's all your Hecker. I'm personally a hover. I act the dryhome you hate marriage. I hate the word. Own dry home. Let's rate the movie on our nipple scale, shall we? We rate it based on its portrayal in representation of women, zero to five nipples, I'm gonna. I'm like between a two and a two and a half on this one. I think because even though the movie does have a lot of things going forward in terms of its like celebration of female friendship and mother, daughter, relationships and sex positivity, things like that. It is the story deeply rooted in a woman, desperately needing a man to make her feel more complete. It is rooted in every female character that we spend any significant amount of screen time with ending up with a man. There is a glimpse of queer nece in this movie, but it. So I would say glossed over that it may as well not even be there like it. I mean, I, I wish it was explored much more as far as like character development goes like for the movie. Being about Sophie, she's the protagonist, she's got the main desire in. It's her goal that is pushing the story forward. We don't really get to know that much about her and like her character development is all wonky. Because again, the story makes no sense, and her reactions often make no sense because they have to fit in with whatever Abba sung. They decided was next. So I feel like I mean, my counterpoint there be that no characters are super well developed to the point where the male characters are not developed at all. We know like one thing about them and it's they had sex with Meryl Streep twenty years ago and they can't get over it like,.
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Thank you for seeing me. That crowns Lamar in those are. So that's everything I had. I think I have so much more how much we have an hour. Three hours I would like to have my one thing that women are horny, triple, underlined, horny. That's I think that's the moment one ammo via to actually I would. I would argue that this movie is for the most part pretty sex positive. There is a moment where Donna slut shamed herself by literally herself and I love self sledding. I mean, not sure. I think I slept for me. No, I like, I mean, we're on the Hayslett network right now. I don't know. Confronts of media like, no, that's like your mom HP trays. The second one in which the mom has share, and I think actually share in that universe. Sure, right. Because she's like in this in the first one is eight. My mom's dead be. My mom was Catholic. She put so much Catholic guilt, Tony, that when she found pregnant, I wasn't allowed to come home, which is why I'm still in Calgary or whatever the books called right. And she called me a slut when she found out. I had sex with strangers in the new one. She was too much of a rockstar to be around, and it's also shared. She's not. I do the setup of Mumia one as that narrows reap is literally marooned on. Fuck. I. For. Mama, mia. Underneath that semi calling, semi, women's, get horny to all the that was when I was like, oh, she got pregnant is a very young woman. Her parents didn't understand, and then she began to manage a hotel. What is Gilmore girls? I've never seen it. Thank you so much for finally saying it. Now we're gonna end up. Actually not a fan. Out of here. Do you have anything else you want to say. We haven't changed your mind. I'm so surprised. I just I like abbots not that I don't like ABA. I like most of the cast. I'm here from Merrill on here. It was weird to me to see stone scars guard as like a romantic interest because he's played a villain in so many movies where I'm just like, oh yeah, you saw the dragon tattoo recently. Yeah, but I'm here. I think the cast is largely made up a very talented people. Love, Christine, brandy, love MRs bird Paddington Paddington to of course. But I, I mean, it's just I'm not a big musical person. So I just and really boils down to the story making no sense they reverse engineered the story. Yeah, based on Abba songs and it you can tell the whole game feels like a fever dream. It really does. I think it does work better as a staged production as a movie. Don't think it works as well. But yeah, I don't know. I do think it does have some things going for. It's largely about female friendships. It's largely about a strong bond between mother and daughter mostly promotes sex positivity. It is about like generally men like embracing their roles as fathers, and even though they don't know, like even which one of them it is. They're like young, all your. I'll be one third of your daddy. I'll take the stomach. So, yeah, I think it promotes some positive messages. It's on the right track. It's on the generates on the right track and in unfortunately, a blockbuster movie in two thousand eight being on the right track is better than most movies. True. Does it improve upon any of that and take it even further and more progressive in the sequel? No, I would not say that, but see for yourselves, everybody can you believe doubt only made fifty million dollars at the box office. I mean, it did over double its, but. Made that much. It's mostly me that is at least ten million dollars me and my mom going to see out all the time like fucking psycho. Working through some shit that winter. Yeah, I don't know. Well, let's see if it passes the Bechtel tests shall we really weak. Drum ruled. Can you hear the drum roll for. There it is it. Yeah, not in this movie should be. It's The. a. Okay. So yeah, I was the song where Sophie and her friends, Allie and Lisa are talking about being the greatest bestest mates 'cause they all name themselves and they're never seen again, they don't talk about men. So I would say that passes the test. There's a few different combos of passing. It passes between Donna and Sophie passes between Donna and Rosie and Tanya..
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"And I'm sure and I haven't seen the musical, but I, I would wager guests that this would be even more agreed in the musical just because it's older that him being queer, almost like a punchline just to take him out of the running as it were for Meryl's heart. Right? But I don't know. I haven't been musical. I, I don't remember how that plays out, but I wanna see it. Yes. So would we have liked to have seen more than what we're given short is that question has real question. I would always like to see more Qurna. Right? I will not wrestle every single person, both actors and characters. Queered Move mentioned. mention, how awesome an all queer version of. Would it would be like, basically is so why not just let it be? Yes, I want some between Mrs. Weasley. Yeah, it should be like a young transportation who's like, I wanna know which like sperm donor who like only if I going to get Alzheimer's. Only. Very practical. Yeah, that should be the story. And I also wanna talk about how the reviews for this movie versus mama. Mia. Here we go again, who knows. Eight on run tomatoes. It only got a fifty, four percent fresh so audio, not critics. So critics did not especially like this movie was about half and half where they were like nuts. Okay. Other ones really do, but mama, Mia, here we go again as of this recording, has an eighty percent fresh on rotten tomatoes, dick critics. So people have been pointing that your shit. And it's it's not as though mama. Mia. Here we go again is a much better movie on me are worse based on the fact that Meryl Streep is not really in it. The only run is good in ma-ma one is because it's cheap, but mama me. Here we go again, does have Fernando in it, making it the better movie, but but I do wanna see that movie now have to. I do. Yeah. I mean, now that I've really loved the first one, I'm like doubt to better be good. You know, if you skipped Mumia to doubt to better be fucking bang. So the point is people are talking about how the sequel is any better. It's just that like the cultural landscape has shoe, isn't that Donald Trump is president. People need to feel happy. Right? And I think it's like critics are a little more tolerant of like a female driven story about a woman who humps a bunch of guys. Okay. Humps that is an attack. I can't. You just use that word on serious. I I love. love how. I will leave. Like many filmmakers are straight white men. So are many movie critics. So I know, I don't know. I just wanted to point out the disparity between the fresh and rotten ratings like in this ten year gab between the two movies coming out and it's not as though the sequel is that much better. I think it's just that we're seeing a little bit of a shift happening in our landscape. Yeah, I, I agree that like the criticism landscape is shifting and also there's more like not to toot around fucking horn, sorry. But there are more like there are other outlets to to talk about movies on that. There weren't in two thousand eight, including, like I mean, two thousand eight. That's like, oh, gee, and that's like where I lock in the gates, you know? Yeah. Well, I think this movie is the my favorite movie. I love to listen. I'm not ashamed to say I love to feel good. Yeah. Yeah, I love field movie. I like to feel good. I can't usually feel the way I feel after watching mama, Mia or mama. Mia to here we go again without a lot of drugs or Bubby or Bubby than the current right. Is that the word that we were working for whenever we have to make up or Bobby, this movie makes me very. Bobby. They did go again. This is maybe Meryl's best year. I mean, on one hand in the summer, she is mama. She's bubbly? Yeah. By winter from Windsor, she's doubting up store. She hangs mama and then fall is Julia. That's the Merrill spectrum, like on a scale of Donna to lady, what's her name? Sister Allah wishes or Allah wishes. Listen, I stand for sister Ella wishes. Don't get me wrong. Makes them go local..
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"They were like, I don't know. This guy can't sing it all. There's a lot of when they're like, let's send baranca Weasley mom, acapella. We ran out of studio musician. Listen desirable, phone sick, but are gonna have to go out cappella today. They also do the top of super trouper. The outfits in super trouper are from Ricky in the flash. That I, I was very excited because when we talked about at the other day kaylin I know it's in the, it's in one of them, but I don't remember which one I was like hopes for and it is the first one, and it's it's back in the second one credit sequence. The credit sequences in both movies are worth a watch. Super trouper is gray. She because the men were them too, and they kind of have this like Sheba's expression like they're like, this is kind of gay boys, but like they love it anyway. They have like a, no, yeah. Okay. But it's barely there and usually that's all that's there. When you put straight men in like full-on jumpsuits with frilly sleeps that is such like an international move. I mean, I think that that is something that we don't talk a lot about on this podcast that does make a difference where it's like this movie was hugely, let me let me look exactly how hugely successful, but it was. It was a big international movie, and I feel like with movies that are intended to do really well internationally. It is. Very frequently like they will only hint at progressiveness and they won't go all the way out because bull then China will not show it in theaters union in terms of like having like Harry, be identifiable queer in the movie. Although he does not kiss his partner at the end only hugs it's very weird like that where it's like at by the end of this movie, all the hetero people are literally soaking wet and fucking. Yeah. And the one character. Yeah, the same, the same with and this goes into like what we were talking about yesterday with like the vague like ninety two thousand still sometimes now like you go girl freedom and progressiveness and you know, like pro-women stuff. But then also you still have to get married at the end. And that's, I don't know. I mean that those are the movies that do well internationally, right? Because I mean, that's just like the Hollywood narrative. You know, not a hit in China. I would throw in the mix to that theory that perhaps musicals to do well internationally because that's it's a visual thing. There's less nuance lost in translation and that's jobbing stuff. This movie cost fifty. Two million dollars made six hundred fifteen million dollars dude. Why don't we have eight mama. Mia. I know it made a ton of money, but like with Harry's character, there's a scene where he tries to come out to build there in the boat and he's trying to come out and then the the, it ends up there talking about different things. And then I thought he wasn't trying to come out. I thought he was trying to tell them about so fi and stone scars guards thinking. He's trying to come out and then they throw in the fucking Chan gaping is like a bit. It's unclear because I interpreted as him trying to come out. Maybe I don't know. It's it's very unclear, but in any case at the very end he does. He's like, oh, now I have a reason to say he looks to like this, handsome guy who's like sitting at the wedding, and then they have a hug at the end. But yet like a light hug, right? So it's it's representation onscreen of and identify ably queer person. But it's so glossed over and we don't. Yeah, we don't get to see a kiss you don't, but because we do get to. See Bill and MRs bird kiss a lot, which I do enjoy that. It's like old. Usually. We don't see older people like get to be sexual onscreen..
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"And they appear again in the sequel and we all love it. Son had a great time. I feel like they pass right at the top when she's razzing her. About the cookbook on the boat, right? Yeah, yeah. Yeah. A lot of their stuff does. So yeah, it's a great female friendship. I think there's really nothing coming between them. They're all like, well, why didn't you tell us about like who. But other than that, there's like not that much tension in the story between them. It's just like all its own of jazz, the tippety. Yeah, they get the few conflicts that come up sort of end with the other two, like lifting her up where there are times where and this didn't even totally miss for me. But like when Donna Merril occasionally expresses like regret or shame or feeling bad about herself or fearing that her daughter will judge her because her daughter is sort of like more conservative and traditional than her mama's. But every time that happens her two friends or like, no, you're great. You're so hot and fun, and then they dancing Queen. And anytime like Merrill's feeling like they do the friend thing and they're like, no, you're, you're the best in you fucked so much, and we thought that was awesome. Yeah, you row dogged hard all summer and then and then Merrill's like, you know what? I did raw talk a lot that summer and then she starts to dance on the bed. And I was like this rules, yes. So it's like women up lifting other women. That's very nice dancing Queen poss- dancing, you the. Yeah, I don't think it mentioned young, does it? Yeah, I think I think a lot of it does. At least they're exchange us that do, but it's weird because like in this movie, they give random characters. They love how it's such. Everything is a reach in terms of contextualising it, the end of Honey Honey, where it's like all about her mum fucking at the end. It's like, but I wish I had a daddy. Just like me with that. I think that is one of the big problems that I have with this movie is it's a story driven by Sophie desperately needing to know who her father is and feeling emptiness because she does not have a father in her life. He's like my least favorite character in the movie. Oh, she's insufferable. She, she super sucks. I don't really want to get married. Can we please not? And her mom's like, hey, why are you doing this? And she's like, fuck you. I'm a real stab. Wishing ruse. Then here this is the lamest parent trap ever really is. And that's not to say like, if you don't know who of your parents is it's okay that that could bother you like that's logical. That's fine. But the way she goes about it just, you know, she's like, oh, this is the key. And that's not really thoroughly challenged. Yeah, like she says something like, I need to need to know who my dad is in order to fill complete direct from the move is that I feel like there's a part of me missing. And I think at one point sky, her fiance says something like, no, you like you just need to figure your own self out, like knowing who your dad isn't going to like help you fund yourself, like you have to find yourself already have a family, right? Yeah. So like that. But I think that's the extent to which that goes challenge. Though her whole arc is realizing air of her ways. She ended up England ended. I need a dad. I've had you this whole time. You gimme me away the wedding, but then it's also like, why do I need a dead? I have three dads now like. I, the message wasn't like my mom was enough the whole time it was on the winning yet, but then the monk, it's Mary, I don't know looking so so much. This movie doesn't like characters reactions to things often don't make sense, but the story is written that way to serve the next song that's coming up. So like I feel like a discussion that we would like usually have an episode like this. We're just like, well, it doesn't even make any sense like. A series of setups for another song, but but like building a movie around the theme of like the very regressive giving away, like one man gives you to another man like, no, my mom going to give you a to another men, but then but then she doesn't get married..
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"No. Well, again, almost nothing in this story. Makes sense. How scene is where they start incorporating this, like very often on Greek chorus theme. They have gone through. Yeah, pop out of nowhere. The scene, although goals are like, hey, we're saying the only vaguely non white people in the movie who I'm pretty sure all actually white still right single person in this moving. Now, I, I feel like the only Grecian people are used very much as set dressing, like as is the unfortunate trend in movies like this, where they're like, let's just put a bunch of. Of extremely Caucasian people, and then we'll have people who live there, but hold logic gins non speaking roles or having things thrown at them. They work for the white people. And that is mostly unfortunately how that goes same in the second one, if anyone's keeping track real regret. Nothing right as long as no one learned anything. Okay. So then the dads are there. And so he's like, let's spend the day together and then throughout the course of like, because her wedding is the following day. So throughout the course of this, like twenty four hours, she spends time with them. She's kinda like has like a one on one moment with each of them in during those moments. Each of the men Bill Harry and. Sam are like, wait a minute. I'm her. Father aren't I? And she's like, I d k and then she's like, yeah, right. Yeah, really. Never. So much confusion is created where she anytime someone's like MIR dad, she says, yes, are you? And then they later the reverse happens where they've run up to her. They're like, I'm your dad and she's like, oh, yeah. This time, right? So she doesn't know. And then meanwhile, like Donna is like, why are these dads here? I don't like Sophie can never find out and then so like it's this whole comedy of errors kind of thing where it's like, I don't know that she knows and she doesn't know the nine owned blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. And then finally, at the end during the wedding of Sophie and her fiance sky, so then the wedding, all dads are like, yeah, I might be your dad, but we don't need need to know your daughter anyway. And Donna's like, yeah, everything's great and everything. And then Sophie decides not to get married after all, but then you're frozen. Like why waste a good wedding. So then Pierce Brosnan who is yes, Sam, why waste a good wedding. Here's president, Donna. And then they get married, and then there's some more songs and that is the end of the movie. Another thing I love about movies of this nature as they take twelve minutes stand for no reason for sure. So let's take a quick break and then we'll come back for the discussion. Hi, I'm Alison green and I'm the host of the ASCA manager podcast where I answered questions from listeners about how to navigate all sorts of sticky situations at work from what to say to a co-worker who smells to how to deal with an overly critical boss to how to handle someone who takes credit for your work each week on the.
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"So is there unless there's an, I'm pretty sure this was like the OJ musical of this nature, or maybe at least one of the first really popular ones where stuff like across the universe, which is not nearly as good. I don't know why. I think this is so good. I don't know either. I'm good, but it is on that spectrum. There's a word we're going to find it. It is not good. It's enjoyable is killer. I think that doesn't exist yet. Okay. Let we're gonna get there this. I bet this got nominated for an Oscar for like costumes. I doubt it, but the costumes are. On the same one pair of overalls. One. Overalls waiting for those overalls to result in a camel to it. I was on full Meryl Streep, camel toe clutch, and because they seemed inevitable. If your frequent wear overalls that happens a lot. We'll know you're a tall person. I think this is unique experience. I've never had a camel toe overalls or once he got, it's so hard to find overalls with a decent torso length. Yeah. Say this is this is your cross to bear as a person over by five. I was really hoping I was parading Streep, camel toe, and God was asleep. I think that's an automatic fail of the bacteria. Pool on camel toe. It doesn't pass. Okay. So let's guy. We're okay. So I also I did see mama. Mia. Here we go again nights ago also don't like. Find it removing Meryl Streep, was a mistake for sure. Do you think she was just unwilling to do it again? She's my guess, yes, she's in the movie for one scene for a scene at the end. She's one scene. She's taping doubt to an extremely double movie, and Philip Seymour Hoffman's just like a hologram while it's kind of like how they killed off Meryl Streep while the priests died. So we had to find a new source of dramatic lashing out to. It's mostly about Amy Adams, Meryl Streep, starting a new religion. Right, right. Pretty cool. Doc to this movie comes out the same year as doubt. Right, slow Merrill. I like to think doubt was filmed. I, you know, because that's the kind of movie that she probably made like six dollars for and she's just screaming it's at Hoffman all day long. Does real heavy stuff that she's like God I'm exhausted. Let me just, I wish someone would pay me a billion dollars to hang out in Greece and really try. The one thing I want to say about mama, Mia, too, is that this is not a spoiler but there is a direct Titanic reference in the movie s where Colin Firth and stone scars guard yet are on the front of a boat. One is behind the other one. The one in front has his arms outstretch and it's just like the Jack and rose scene. It's the most like homo erotic scene movie in such a gift. The whole sequence reminds me of fasten the furious. If we're being honest limit, this has been suggested to us by former because they former friend of the pod, we hate her. My fucking enemy, no former guest of the pod and Faye or lab has really repeatedly flooded my phone with a demand for all eight fast movies reviewed in one episode. Oh, which would be a hell of an episode? No, no, no, no, no, no. Southie saying, no, I'm just kidding. No, no, no, no, Steph seems to be really not loving. But in in my counterpoint is I- Dade watch all the Lord of the rings movie, and that was the trial of a lifetime. Yes. So we'll be on the lookout for our Lord of the rings episode, but. Okay, so I'll do the recap of mama, Mia. Yes. So the story of mama, Mia, two thousand eight is still fee. That's Amandus chief reads character Fleischer. She Ol- Fleischer. She lives on a Greek island called called- Cari with her mom, Donna, that's Meryl Streep at a hotel that they run together in her and Meryl Streep's. Beautiful, but also busted hotel. Yes..
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"I would really like it and love. I love a big, dumb musical. I really do. I love especially Hollywood musicals where no one can sing, but most of them with the extreme exception appears president, most of them can act. None of them can sing. That's my favorite kind of Hollywood musical when they can't sing or act. That's scary when they can and can't act like when they bring Broadway people into movies and it doesn't translate. That makes me sad. This is my favorite like permutation of this format where it's like, Meryl Streep is Maryling out. She does a great job acting in the secretary starts a senior like, whoa, she's really bad, but this is like everyone's having so much fun. They don't even seem to care that they suck. I bet that most of these people if asked it'd be like, yeah, I'm not a great singer. I would time in Greece. They do look like they're having fun. Yeah. So my history with this movie is I saw the stage production when I was in college. So somewhere around probably like two thousand five in New York City sabres come true. No, this would be in state college, Pennsylvania home of Penn State university where I did get my first film degree as another city rudrud control. Yeah, known for Broadway shows. Big touring production town. Exactly. So I saw an I, I really liked it. I liked the stage production is everyone in the stage production white. Also as far as I can remember, it was a predominantly white casts, yes. And then I didn't see the movie when it came out. I didn't see it until earlier. This year, I went to Boston to visit friend of the cast JT Taylor, and he made me watch it and I kept protesting. And I said, I really don't want to and you said please, and I said, okay, fine. Doesn't it? The new ones coming out. You have to be prepared. Right? It's good. When a friend looks out for you. Yeah, as we watched it and I was like, man, this movie is written is not good. I'm sure if I liked musicals I would like this much better, but I have a very, very low threshold for liking movie musicals that you would. Typical moving musical? Right? Because they're usually better than most. Already have to get over the hump of it's a jukebox musical where they tried to string a storyline through songs. So wordy were written crazy. That's what this is. Why I don't like this movie. The story makes no sense because they reversed engineer to story around the universe. Right..
"mama mia" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Kaelin. Await horsing different song. Oh, I don't understand. And we're up to an excellent start. My name's Jamie Lavdas. My name's Caitlin Dante and this is the. Panic attack. What is going on today? We started a different way and throws all off. I'm willing to drums. Fernando. Okay. So this is the battle by guess about the portrayal of women in movies. We is the Bechtel tests as are jumping off point if you're joining us with the first time. Welcome. I have a question for Caitlyn, and this will pass the Bechtel test. Okay. Maybe. Well, I don't know. It depends on like, Abba, we know that that includes some men. What is your favorite Amazon? Well, this won't pass the beco- test. My favorite. Amazon is Fernando mine super trouper. Okay, I is that a b side or is it side. I don't know Abbas like catalogue enough to really be able to tell. But so Fernando is my favorite Abba song. That means conversation does not pass the Bechtel tests because Bechtel test requires that a movie that you're watching has to named female identifying characters. They have to speak to each other in the movie and their conversation, which only by our center test to be a two line exchange, but it cannot be about men. So Fernando doesn't end technically Abbott doesn't because Abbas comprised of who who all is in ABA, the bunch of bunch. Oh, the whole gang, the whole gang's here. Okay. Gang is in it and we love them all except maybe some of them are bad. We don't know. I bet. I would say I think Abbas four or five people, I would say probably it's four people super producer Sophia say, so I would save four people probably at least one of them is not a good person. Just to typically where ninety percent of people are bad, it's in their names are four. We have Swedish listeners first of all, good for us. Yeah. And second of all, I'm about to really destroy the pronunciation of these Swedish names, but it's Agnetha faults. Cog viewer n- Ovejas Benny Andersson love that and Anne frigid links dad. So you know some guys in some gals and they're all fully area in their entertainment. Let's get into the podcast, let's do it. So did they were talking about mama? Mia, the first one to you, the dancing we like. And. Here with us to join our discussion is a very wonderful person. Co host of punch up the jam podcast meal radio. He isn't Abba to marry couples or was probably ought divorced, really. I thought it was just know that I'm like a low key Avas STAN just know enough to be dangerous. Don't actually know what I'm talking about. I totally believe that they look like they're two couples the way that they're photographed with the guys get the executive producer rights on these movies, and I don't see the girl's name. I wonder, I think maybe the guys wrote the songs, but the girls sing all of them. So it's very confusing. I don't know what's happening. You don't really think of male voices at all. When you think of Abba, right. The gals boob. Because. That's it. Repeating the name of the song in the background is usually. Also shout home Hanks and Rita Wilson who executive produced these movies I, this is okay, mama. Mia is one of my favorite kind of cheesy, Hollywood movies, where it's so clear. It's like everyone wanted to go on vacation. Quality was not the priority here ruined wanted to go and vacation, I'm sure like all these actors vaguely at least knew each other in their vacation. They all look like they're having so much fun even when the movie is like so annoying. It's an annoying movie, loved it. I love it. What do history with this movie slash musical. Okay. I think I probably I watched it when I was sick at home. Okay..
Review: Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
"Lyons mama Mia to here we, go again the sequel to the annoying two thousand and eight movie in which Meryl Streep pro she can sing if not then so much. And in which she. Plays Donna trying. To sort out which of the, three former lovers father child it was based on the Broadway musical which had a bewilderingly long run and feature. The music from above from Sweden this. Time our character, has died and, Amanda safe, reads the baby all grown up route. To reopen the hotel located in the former shack where she was born. Thirty odd years ago Pierce Brosnan Eventually Colin Firth and Stellan Stoskopf returned to, the Greek island for belated reunion when the hotel reopened. Downton abbey alumna lily James place the young, Donna with three boyfriends in three days or so and she sings and dances the most the average. Song skillfully Christine Baranowski and Julie Walters play her best friend and Andy Garcia steals the movie as the hotel manager. And yes there's a surprise cameo. At the end all this is harmless fun bubbly fluff and that's all it's
Weekend Box Office Earnings: 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' Wins Again
"It's the weekend, box office review By shedding nearly. Half of the audience from its opening weekend mission impossible fallout topped the weekend again with thirty five million total clocks in at one hundred twenty. Four million and it's likely to pass number three this week is the. Fifth highest grossing film in the series Debut in second place Christopher Robin. Started its run with twenty five million while that's. Below most analysts expectations, it did. Also pick up an e cinema score with opening day audiences and given the limited direct competition in the weeks ahead it could, wind. Up, with seventy million by the end of. Its run spy who dumped me kicked off at number three taking in an okay twelve million it earned the moderate, v cinema score from, audiences and looks like it will top out around thirty million slipping. Into fourth place mama Mia here we go again added nine point one million in its third weekend for ninety one. Million so far and the equalizer to was right behind number five taking in eight point eight million to give it a total of seventy nine. Million
Cher Just Released Her Cover Of ABBA's 'Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!'
"They're. All right share is officially do. It, again Oh dancing Queen that's. The name of her new album of Abba covers it's out September twenty eighth and remember to share was inspired. To, record the album following, her performance in Mamma Mia here we go again share released a teaser video for the album's first single which is gimme gimme gimme Oh that was out last night This weekend We will
European heatwave means air pollution driving bans in force across France
"Pooh tigger or in the rest of the hundred acre wood gang debuted with twenty five million dollars rounding out. The top five it was me lacunas and Kate McKinnon and, the action comedy the spy who dumped me, with twelve point. Four. Million mama Mia here we go again was number four while Denzel Washington's the equalizer to was, number five Three French cities of banned the most polluting, cars from the roads because of pollution linked to the current heat wave in Europe in Paris and Strasbourg the ban concerns vehicles the twelve. Years and older and only cars with a clean sticker being, allowed in Lille four nuclear reactors have already, been temporarily closed. In, France because at the high heat the heatwave in France is expected to lost until Thursday Singer actress Demi Lovato has made a public statement AP's Margie zaraleta reports it's her first and she, was hospitalized for a reported overdose nearly.
Box Office: ‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ Cruises Past ‘Christopher Robin’
"To almost one ten By Tuesday so Monday, and Tuesday were in the mid to upper eighties along the coast approaching ninety by Tuesday LLC metro. Areas hovering just about one hundred degrees and went away to one ten for the valleys, inland empire and high desert mountain communities at ninety southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast I'm CBS TV geologists Craig Herrera Cain extent seventy NewsRadio currently Seventy-seven in. Malibu ninety in Canoga park eighty four in Santa Ana at eleven. Seventeen, Tom Cruise is hanging. Onto, the box office crown for a second weekend. As the. Sixth installment and his mission impossible franchise continues to draw big crowds as you might expect mission impossible. Fall out starts with cruise accepting yet another. Job to save the, world from disaster but since he has. A habit of disobeying orders this time he's, forced, to take, someone along to look over his shoulder you go row he's been authorized to hunt you down and kill that's the job Mission impossible fall set to wind up with about thirty five million dollars this weekend followed by the new Winnie the. Pooh fable. Christopher Robin with around twenty five million the new action comedy the spy who. Dumped me debuts number three with just over twelve million bucks and then mama Mia here we go again the equalizer. To round out the top five California's film tax credit program has been officially extended but in return for state dollars film producers and studios will have to reveal whether diversity. In hiring is happening, in the, industry with over three hundred million dollars tax credits available for film production through twenty twenty-five assemblyman Ron Banta from. Oakland says the state wants information from the companies will be applying it tells them that they have to report. On the diversity of the workforce on a per production basis. If, they want to, be able to, receive the film tax credit those figures will be looked. At to see if the hires are coming for jobs at, the mid and top levels in front of and behind the. Camera USC Dr, Stacey Smith with the Annenberg inclusion initiative sees it. As a step Up, to, a larger goal that'll be, linked to tax credits, in the future they have to ask filmmakers to commit to inclusion targets from their films and. Fund. Hiring strategies that are fair and balanced a diverse workforce hopefully will naturally boost film production in California but improve the, image of what's actually shown them the scream Pete Demetrio KNX ten seventy NewsRadio the people behind the gas tax repeal on the November ballot already working on another ballot measure.
New Details on Chris Pratt's Budding Relationship with Katherine Schwarzenegger
"He played the Don Quixote, stripper? On Jane the virgin so Yup. Yup and they worked out together at the same gem and he was too afraid aspects she. Was a, big, star right and so. Finally got up enough guts asked her out and they've been crazy for, percents is kind of a really sweet muscle she's darling yes he fled your dad Kim has commented, about the news of Michelle Williams's marriage earlier this summer saying, the ledger family was terribly happy about. The nuptials, Kim added that she Michelle. Is very private and I don't really like to make any comments about her but, we are very happy for her of course Michelle Williams, was with heath Ledger for some time and they have. A daughter, together Matilda so the family Guy Fieri jumped into action yesterday to help evacuees and first responders. Of the car fire in California ferry. Teamed up with Red Cross and operation barbecue relief defeat over fourteen hundred people the car fire very serious has burned through. Ninety five, thousand. Acres of land and has killed six people including two firefighters, so guy fear. We jumped in a. Van decided to help out and finally new couple alerted that is the question many people are. Asking about Robert Pattinson and models Sookie. Waterhouse who. Was previously with Bradley Cooper. They. Responded getting cozy together in London this weekend they went, to see mama Mia here we. Go again and then went and hung out had drinks at the SoHo house you, think this is something real or they're. Just hanging out Might be getting to one.
"mama mia" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"I wonder why to ten years for, you know, for also to long now your mind could say this too long, and to be honest, I don't care bring it on three next year. You know, I just are we in we into some kind of mega vehicle, multi. Well, yeah. Is this, I don't know what you think this one could run. Now you mentioned maybe kids. Yeah, I don't know. I mean, the thing is is such a huge cost. It is quite difficult if you want to get all the same people back because I have conflicting shedules. That is generally why it takes ten years to get everyone together. I mean, as so many big names in that room, not probably the biggest problem that makes hurdle ahead and whether they'll have in Mamma, Mia, seven, when people you've never heard of have no relation to these can coin. Now, for some years can see, let's remember November there will be a musical based on shares life in Broadway. I consider into film first of November stance. That's it's big, any aggressive is big. It's the point in the show where we asked guests to name something that our main topic remind them over prompted in in moins Laura's particular actress in Mamma, Mia, your a fan of, I think we mentioned her amount to go, but remind us and tell us, I don't know why she threw peaks your interest. Moberly Christine. Brandy plays a Tanya. He's one of Donna's friends. And she's the kind of raunchy, multiple divorce, lots of plastic surgery though. I don't actually think she's much plastic surgery as a as a person, and she was one of the stand up forms is in this for me. She's got some of the one of the best lines which I won't spoil also because I don't know if I can actually say on the right. She has, no, this is why she's good actress, incredible legs as she jumps over a table where I was like, oh, you are late. Sixties does incredible. But I feel like generally its success is coming to Christine branch kind of labor in a really, really deserved way she was. She played Diane Lockhart in the good wife, and she was a supporting character in that, but the spin off the good fight. She's basically the main character and it is an incredible poetry of female power struggling to use that power in a very male dominated world jumping. Next, we have a little clip just to remind or introduce our listeners to that very character that cyclists in the world has gone insane. News satire, it's no real people blowing grizzly bears have been put in charge of grizzly bears, so have decided they only to stay sane is to focus on my little corner of it. My people in. If I make my little corner of the world saying. Let the insanity. That's Christine Brandt scares Diane Lockhart believe. This is interesting because you know there's a lot of talk about the roles for women of sort of Christine case age in in Hollywood, and it's great to say so many strong characters having such fun. Do you think she's kind of front and center to get at what pip essentially pick up a lot more really compelling roles. Hopefully, I don't know if that's kind of game plan. I would really hope that it would have. It seems that she's kind of having that like seasons around in style. I think she's really proven itself is a very complex lead in the good fight. There's a lotta television about how if you want to have something female at you have to have FEMA versions of the male anti heroes of popular on screen, and I think that's quite tired concept. But the great thing about Diane Lockhart is she's not perfect. You do read for her very complicated. Like in the second series, she's basically been driven mad by the Trump presidency, and somebody introduced the idea of Mike robbing acid, just a tiny bit every day, and he start seeing the world from her perspective and she doesn't know what she's saying Israel on on these kind of brilliant newsreel..
U.S. Treasury's Mnuchin says he sees at least 3 percent growth for next 4-5 years
"Powerful man brought down by accusations of sexual harassment and assault. The description of what he did to them was exactly what he did to me. We take a closer look. At one of these stories and ask a simple question why now first this news Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Jim hawk the deadly northern California wildfire. That is forced tens of. Thousands of people, to flee their homes slowed down Sunday after days of explosive growth but Cal fire deputy chief Brett Gavia says the fire is fire from contained. The fire does continue to grow on us in some remote inaccessible areas were making our way into those areas. The positive thing about that is that we are out away from many of the residents structures and. Critical infrastructure the, so-called car fire has now consumed one hundred thirty nine, square miles. Of land in northern California meanwhile officials said a. Second firefighter died fighting a huge boys near Yosemite national park there are currently seventeen major. Fires, burning, in California Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says he believes the US economy will continue. To see, strong growth, for the next several years NPR's merit Kennedy reports second quarter growth came in at four point one percent the latest growth rate is the highest one in nearly. Four years and on Fox News Sunday Treasury. Secretary Steven Mnuchin, said to expect more of the same we can only project a couple of years in the future but I think we're well on this. Path for several years he. Predicted four or, five years of sustained three percent growth many economists are sceptical that current rates will continue though Federal Reserve officials told congress this month that they. Project GDP growth rates of under three percent next year and lower in twenty twenty and the ongoing trade fight. Also has the potential to limit growth Mary Kennedy NPR news Washington Israeli authorities have freed a Palestinian. Teen activist who, served eight months in prison for hitting as rarely soldiers, outside her. Home in the West Bank as NPR's Daniel estrin Reports the case has. Drawn widespread attention seventeen-year-old ahead TIMMY me spoke to reporters and activists. In her, village of, Nabi solid power to the people she said the people can decide their way of resistance with her long frizzy blond hair I had to me became an internationally. Recognized symbol She was, recorded kicking and slapping two Israeli. Soldiers outside her home in the Israeli-occupied West Bank after. The video went viral angering many Israelis she was. Arrested she and her mother who posted the video online served eight. Months in prison for assault and encouraging violence asked. If she'd do it again hits soldiers the way she, did she said she couldn't say much for fear of rearrest many Israelis see to me as a violent provocateur. Many Palestinians say she represents a defiant young generation of Palestinian youth one of. Many who have been jailed. By Israel Daniel estrin NPR news. Nebi Saleh. In the West Bank the average price of regular grade gasoline in, the US fell three cents. A gallon over the past two weeks the average price still fifty nine cents, higher than. It was a year, ago this is NPR news Fifteen. People have been taken to hospitals after an ammonia leak bird's-eye food, plant in southeastern Wisconsin a total. Of one hundred forty people were working. The overnight. Shift at the factory when alarms and sensors started going off besides the fifteen people taken to. Five area hospitals around Darien Wisconsin another seventy. Five workers were. Checked at the scene and released as NASA celebrates sixty years since its creation by congress its new leader is putting a focus on returning, to the Mon for member station. W. m. f. e. Brendan Byrne reports the agency continues. To explore space eleven years after the founding of. NASA a Saturn five rocket launched Apollo astronauts on a mission to. Walk on the moon now NASA wants to go. Back the space agency is developing its next big rocket, the space launch system to send humans back to the moon a test launch of that rocket is scheduled in. About two years followed by a fully crewed mission shortly after NASA is also. Exploring Mars Rovers curiosity And spirit, are active on the red planet and another Rover is set to join the pair watching twenty twenty the agency is also. Helping scientists discover Exo planets planets outside our solar system by developing space, based telescopes, to search for other worlds for NPR news I'm Brendan Byrne at the. Weekend, box office mission impossible fallout easily took the number one spot on the, domestic charts second place went to mama Mia here we go again. Which fell fifty seven percents in its second weekend in theaters the, equalizer to slid the third and. 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"mama mia" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Great day in this greatest nation on, God's green, earth a great, day where there is great news For fans. Of Indiana Jones they have opened. Up a mysterious sarcophagus that may have contained the remains of, one of. The most famous people in the entire, ancient world, an inside mysterious liquid. With potentially supernatural. Powers, we will get to that story we'll, also get, to the supernatural powers behind the. Latest. Mama Mia movie. When, when I say the latest mama Mia movie it's not called mama Mia tu. Mama Mia to sounds. Like Heather has two mommies. But no it's not. That, this is mama Mia. Here we go again? It, is the latest work based upon the incandescent and. Immortal works of Abba they do perform Waterloo they do perform dancing Queen they do perform mama Mia. Of course they do can you resist it We will give you a full review of the latest mama Mia movie can't believe that this, is already franchise but it is we'll give. All and Frank review of that. Film coming up I'll also talk about a new study that, says the. Blue collar America is definitively turning red, there's a, perspective in here that's. Actually fairly important. And, we will get to that as well, on the, Michael Medved Show one eight hundred. Nine. Five five seventeen. Seventy, six but I think it's important since we're going into the weekend where a. Lot of people are. Going to be celebrating enjoying. The summer we should. Begin, with very necessary Michael. Medved public service announcement It's time.