35 Burst results for "Margot C"
Díaz, Rays Tie Team Record With 6 HRs, Romp Past Twins 11-4
"The rays are seven and a half games ahead of the Yankees after Tampa Bay won for the eleventh time in thirteen games and eleven to four routed Minnesota yandy Diaz hit one of Tampa bay's franchise record tying six home runs and drove in four Jordan Luplow Manuel Margot Rainier Rosa Reina Nelson Cruz and Brandon Lau also went deep for the rays the early run support help Chris archer get his first win since June twenty nineteen just the fact that our our guys put up that many runs that early no I just felt like I could challenge hitters archer tossed a season high seventy eight pitches while allowing four runs over five innings Jorge Polanco was three for four with a two run Homer for Minnesota I'm Dave Ferrie
Rays Beat White Sox 8-4; McHugh Earns First Save
"The rays have maintained their four game lead in the AL east by downing the AL central leading white Sox eight to four Brendon Lau Manuel Margot which we went to each had two hits and two RBIs while wander Franco delivered two hits and two runs the race finished with eleven hits and scored at least eight runs for the eleventh time in fifteen games Luis Patino gave up two runs over six innings of Tampa bay's fifth win in six games patina allowed five hits including sabes abolished fifth all run in the third inning Dallas Crichel took the loss I'm Dave Ferrie
Nelson Cruz Homers, Drives 5 to Help Rays Beat Orioles 10-6
"The rays have padded their lead in the AL east by thumping the Orioles tend to six Nelson Cruz homered and drove in five runs as Tampa Bay won for the sixth time in eight games putting the race two and a half games ahead of the red Sox Cruz tied it in the fifth with a three run shot and edited go ahead two run double in the eighth right right here so definitely feels good to be able to to drive those Ronson ospiti the situation's Manuel Margot had three hits an RBI for Tampa Bay drew Rasmussen picked up the win with two scoreless innings of relief Paul fry took the loss Pedro Severino in Austin Hays homered for the Orioles who are one in nine against the racist season I'm Dave Ferrie
Rays Top Red Sox 3-2 for 3-Game Sweep, Widen Lead in East
"The rays have hiked their lead in the AL east to one and a half games over the red Sox Brendon Lau socked a two run Homer Manuel Margot added an RBI single is to raise completed a three game sweep of Boston three to two J. McClanahan allowed one run and four hits over six innings to move to five M. four rating game hello yeah we were very excited about you know the series sweep in yellow away every once in plant so I think it was it was awesome energy he out dueled Nick Pivetta who was reached for three runs over four two thirds hunter Renfroe homered for the Sox who put runners on first and third with two out in the night before Matt Whistler preserve the victory the red Sox have lost a season high four straight and five of six on the ferry
Springer Homers Again, Blue Jays Hand Rays 5th Loss in Row
"George Springer went deep for the second straight day in Santiago Espinal hit his first career home run is the blue jays doubled up the res six three S. but all connected for a two run drive off reliever Matt Whistler capping a five run six that needed six to one Cavan Biggio delivered a two run single in the blue jays tenth win in thirteen games Adam Cimber got the win in relief of raw Strickland who allowed two hits and three walks in five and two thirds Manuel Margot homered in Kevin Kiermaier had a two run single for Tampa Bay which has dropped five straight overall and ten in a row on the road I'm Dave Ferrie
Rays win 4th in a row, send Angels to 5th straight loss
"Fred Phillips drove in three runs in the race picked up their fourth straight win by trouncing the angels thirteen to three Manuel Margot and Mike Zunino homered to back Shane McClanahan who allowed three runs and four hits over six innings all the hits and runs off McClanahan came in the third inning ji man Choi had four hits and drove into was the raisin proved to six and against the angels this season Alex Cobb drop to and six in eight starts against his former team surrendering six runs and six hits in four innings I'm Dave Ferrie
Kiermaier Ends Combined No-Hit Bid, Rays Top Red Sox 1-0
"Two hits were it not for the races Manuel Margot scored on a wild pitch in the bottom of the ninth to complete their one nothing win over the red Sox Margot rapped a two out single stole second and went to third on a throwing error by catcher Christian Vazquez before coming home with the winning run Josh Taylor Darwin's in Hernandez combined to no hit here today until Kevin here Myers one out double in the eighth he was he was lights out he was he was really good have had as pictures work in and you know that's the best we we've seen of him and then he did a great job to park at that it was pulled with two outs in the seventh after throwing one hundred pitches Boston manages four hits against Tampa Bay I'm Dave Ferrie
Long Grand Slam in 10th, Mariners Sweep Rays in 4-Game Set
"The Seattle Mariners picked up the third walk off win in four days with a six to ten inning victory over the Tampa Bay rays the manuscript the four game series with the rays winning the last two games in extra innings shuttling juniors to a grand slam home run provided the game winner I believe will just a great feeling I mean so one of the one of the coolest things you can do a baseball in my opinion so I mean it was it was a great feeling just rounded the bases and just knowing that I was able to help my team win hi France and Louise transit solo homers to account for the mariners other two runs Tampa bay's runs came via doubles by Manuel Margot and Mike Zunino the mariners have won seven of their last eight games or the rates have dropped six straight I'm Jim Bernard
A Masterclass on Leadership With Simon Sinek
"Are. Industry has on from a leadership. Standpoint often been driven by a culture of fear a culture of an. I listened to some of your podcast with marco. Bit sorry recently and you could really get the sense. Of the way marco was trying to shift the culture gucci. Removing all the frames of all of the you know the legacy celebrity black and white photos and really trying to give signals that there is a change coming but not every leader in industry is like margot there are you know. This has traditionally been an industry where people are driven and motivated for fear of failing or for fear of disappointing elite. Or for you know how do how do we as an industry. Or how do we as leaders shift from a culture fear to one. That's coming for more of a a real sense of progress. Well the answer may surprise simple. It is but it's education it's it's you know we don't teach people how to lead when someone's junior in their job. We give them tons of training how to do their job. Some people even get degrees. Whatever that thing is so that they'll be good at their job and we let them shadow more experienced people. You know so. That'll be good at their job. And we give the mentors and all of this training so that they'll be good at their job and if they're really good at their job will promote them and eventually we promote them to a position where they're now responsible responsible for the people who do the job they used to do but we don't teach them how to do that and so we just expect people to know how to lead because they're good at the job that they no longer do which doesn't even make sense and in the case of marco because you brought him up marco's a student of leadership in a senior as he is an accomplished as he is. He reads books about the subject. He articles about the subject talks about the subject. He's a student of leadership. He's constantly trying to improve his own ability to lead and the result is heat learned leadership so he's a very effective and good leader and in the fashion industry in particular. Especially when you're talking about creative minds If we go down that road you have somebody who may have a creativity and they find themselves in a position of leadership through choice of their own. It's because they're the creative genius. We call
How to Get Your Customers Trust Back With Margot Bloomstein
"Trust and credibility are under attack throughout our society. And this and this cynicism hurts every small business regardless of whatever industry. You're in what can we do to counter this trend here to help as margot bloom stein. One of the leading voices in the content strategy industry. She's the author a book called trustworthy. How the smartest brands beat cynicism margot. Welcome to the show. You know margaret so much hope. When the internet first came hours it got finally. There's going to be a source of truth when someone says something i'll look it up and we'll figure out whether or not the problem now is that you can find any truth. You want on the internet a lot. Whole lot of artisanal troops be answered that and not all high quality information. I think that's that's a big part of the problem. As well as the opportunity of the internet we've democratized access to publish. Everybody can have a voice in. Everyone does so now we have to ask. How do we had. We debt that information and so much of that responsibility now is in the hands of the users kind of become buyer. Beware more go eat. I think that specially consumers were so used to not trusting anything we see or read. How does a small business build any kind of trust or credibility with a new prospect or customer. Especially when there's so much cynicism out there. I think the best way that small businesses can counter cynicism and. This is really a lot of a lot by focus in the kind of work that i do is by looking at not. Just how they can focus on their own message but how can focus on the needs of their audience so the more we can do to empower our audiences the more that we could do to empower consumers to make good decisions than feel good confident about the decisions that they make the more that we will gain their trust.
Margot, Glasnow lift Rays over AL-worst Yankees 6-3
"The Tampa Bay rays beat the New York Yankees for the fourth time in five games this season sixty three at Yankee Stadium Tyler Glasnow continued a stellar early season pitching by holding your to just one run on two hits in five innings to raise his record to to in home man Walmart goes to run home in the fourth of young started loser Jordan Montgomery snapped a one one tie and give the rays a lead they never yielded Francisco Mejia's solo Homer in the second half given Tampa Bay its first run joy when the latter two run Homer in the seventh the Yankees have now lost four straight Tom Merriam the York
Wendle's 3-run HR in 9th rallies Rays over Marlins 6-4
"Joy joy window window hit hit a a three three run run Homer Homer in in the the ninth ninth inning inning to to help help send send the the Tampa Tampa Bay Bay rays rays past past the the Miami Miami Marlins Marlins with with a a six six to to four four win win good good to to get get that that team team when when you you know know I I felt felt like like with with the the with with the the pitching pitching performances performances that that we we had had right right it it was was almost almost like like everybody everybody kind kind of of want want to to be be the the guy guy that that you you know know right right out out of of our our little little in in front front there there to to start start the the season season but but yesterday yesterday it it was was it it was was gonna gonna be be that that guy guy windows windows blast blast keyed keyed a a four four run run ninth ninth off off closer closer Anthony Anthony bass bass Manuel Manuel Margot Margot in in Austin Austin meadows meadows also also hit hit home home runs runs for for the the rays rays the the girl girl Ross Ross delivered delivered a a go go ahead ahead two two run run single single in in the the seventh seventh to to give give Miami Miami a a three three to to advantage advantage the the race race of of one one two two games games over over the the Marlins Marlins to to begin begin the the season season I'm I'm Christopher Christopher stock stock
Attorneys say Joe Exotic of 'Tiger King' wants new trial
"The so called Tiger King has found new attorneys who say they plan to file a motion for a new trial in a few months. Here's Margot Murano, the former attorneys for Joseph Maldonado passage where federal public defenders passages the former operator of the winning would animal Park sent to prison for a failed murder for hire plot and for violating federal wildlife laws. His new attorneys say their motion for a new trial will rely on footage from the popular Netflix
"margot c" Discussed on UX Podcast
"That's what builds their confidence. So it's really about measuring confidence not character counts and that's a tough thing. I think for many brands. But that's what helps us best help our audiences and it's probably tough for people create continents. Well because sometimes they value their work more if they produce more content. Oh you're paid by word even compared to make five thousand so you do five thousand words right right. We really need to assess what's the effect and impact of our work. Not just how much are we working. Do really love the fact that you've got so many examples that are from the public sector. You mentioned them. The uk gov and website because brands. You automatically think of the classic ones. Coca-cola the apple all these kind of local types that we can all recognize instantly service. But what you see in the book his this to services and and institutions as much as those commercial bruns right. Well i think that Every year we see survey is about the most trusted brands in in different industries and what brands are worth the most from from a trust perspective. And i think there's there's value in those kind of reports. But i don't know that most that most practitioners most. Cmo's and chief creative officers can really learn what to do. An emulate then in their own organizations from those reports. And i think that trust is it's not just a big logo big-budget kind of thing it's a it's a transactional thing and unless we operationalize how we create trust how we foster trust We kind of lose it to the details on and I mean as we say as we say in design god is in the details will trust is to. We need to get those details right. As a matter of habit and the choices that we make every day in in the content that were prescribing in the calls to action the taxonomy the error messaging The imagery that we're introducing the iconography to build those things from a point of of fostering trust if we want the big picture of our brands to also foster trust. Well thanks. We're approaching the end of the interview..
Yarning & Darning, Meatloaf Catapult, naughty Limericks, Raptor piles. - burst 7
"Newspapers. And we them to a trump or indeed a trombone. And so i i up on the ocoee. This This session we have women. Crates genderless pack of playing cards so at queen trump king So in the day and age where we're conscientious and i'm passionate about gender equality. Have you ever stopped to wonder why. The male monarchs still trump's queen in a pack of cards. This is something that doesn't sit right with a twenty three year old indian. Melnick says she decided to take matters into her hands. The forensic psychology graduate spent a while thinking about how she can make a change after a lot of trialing creating agenda listen race neutral deck of cards king queen and jack instead replaced with gold silver and bronze the gupta modern set of cards of the modern world. If we have the skyrocketed the king is worth more than the queen and this subtle inequality influences people in their daily lives. But it makes me think though is the joker the joke i mean would he be like a unit. Would he be genderless. So there'd be no bell shaking his head. How does one play old made. Now could all may be an old queen maybe Maybe it's just all three contract and the data shown off the incredible harry potter theme secret. Hideaway cry different. Dalton the cupboard under the stairs his creation is far from the dusty room full of spiders. Harry called his bedroom and does the household with dad finishing the project in time to unveil it to his eight year old daughter at christmas. The outside of the cup is decorated with portrayed and the fat lady who caused the engines to griffin tower with visitors having to know the correct password to gain access the dole then swings open to reveal raven clo- flag the house in which is door to assorted into and the floating candles hanging from the ceiling. But i'm just thinking the dad is correct. Corrected is wondrous harry potter kingdom for his daughter. They can have to have an extension especially for hagrid. Who's a slightly wider. 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The boyfriend had some sort of poodle. Perversion and the manny changes his name to selene on. After having far too much to drink a thirty year old man decided to change. Name to selene dion. After having too many glasses of wine thomas dot otherwise known as slain. Had the idea while watching the canadian series concerts. He thought it'd be great idea to pay eighty-nine eighty nine dollars officially take her name but completely forgot about The official depot documents landed this wednesday On his doorstep and really and the found out that he had actually whilst drunk changes name to indeed celine dion Apparently had had enough wine to sink. The titanic the and he just said salabi. My heart will go on But he certainly didn't feel like he was king of the world after that and oscar mayer is hiring. Hotdog is dry. The of bill. Have you been looking for something that will stand out on your resume. 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The sex dole got broken. And i guess in this case it was a sex. Wasn't just for christmas so there were no trusted frolics for him. Maybe next time he should try. Would've not crocodile certainly more wooden in the bedroom and indeed have a capsule jaw and south carolina couple accused of having sex and a two hundred foot. Tall ferris wheel is facing lewdness charge of public lewdness and the incident was captured on video. Which police allegedly found uploaded on a porn site. Eric and laurie harmon or both arrested. Charges of indecent exposure The record shine police found the gio having sex in a glass chamber in the landmark Be sky will but apparently there had sex on the other Rides as well. I mean this case. I mean in this case. They were caught dilling on the dipper. Fiddling on the ferris. Luckily there were no cotton candy or sticky toffee apples involved. Apparently they did feel that they had the patent pass which was access to lara's and finally the first preserved dinosaur bottle is perfect and unique paleontologist said the first dina. Dinosaur battle ever discovered the shedding light. Where the sun doesn't shine the discovery reveals how dinosaurs use this multi-purpose opening scientifically known as the local vent off all all three items here number one two and breeding as well the dinosaurs dairy so preserved research. You could see the remnants a small bulges on its back door which my house musky scent glands. The reptile possibly used during courtship. I mean in this case. I wonder if these press stark poopers ever had hemorrhoids. It could it could indeed be a ruptured raptor. Okay okay so we have. The twenty-first limerick in the twenty one salute for the president joe biden. And i think we we do we do without a doubt have to do a a desert. there's no doubt we have to do. We have to do one of the ones. There was a young lady named hitchen who was scratching across in the kitchen. Her mother said rose. It's a crabs. I suppose she said yes in. The bug is rich in okay. So let's open the antique anglo. Ach so in the anglo and got this week we have some more foods We have the bird's-eye custody trifle So basically for all of our listeners. All around the world who did not travelers at the bottom. You have canned fruit. That has jello and jelly. And then there's a layer of English custard in the middle and then it's whipped cream on top and you have lashings of sherry. I remember many years ago. My mother will attest to this are is at school. And they were serving trifle and the gentleman who was serving it In gave me a dollop of this trifle. And i said i do. Hope this sherry in it sir. My mother always put sherry in the costed. Seventy one like sasa i one bird's-eye custard a trifle custard. And then i never remember this but capris did instant mashed potato now. I know that was an advert where there were basically robots doing the smash potato And they were making this robert sip-it like cement mashed potato and that was something that we ate in the as well instant mashed potato and then you had the delicious caramel banana flavored angel. Delight is basically for americans pudding and it's a powder mixed it with milk stirred it up. And then i think. Let it in the fridge for a little bit. And you have the most delicious pudding the caramel or or salted caramel whatever. It was and the banana flavor. Were out of this world. It was like heaven heaven in a little glass bowl and all the other children in the eighties. Were were eating that but the best of all legs gentlemen. Let me introduce you to via natta. Now i think we have via netter every sunday during During the summer is an ice cream. Basically and it was layers of creamy Vanilla ice cream with very slender pieces of dark chocolate spread all the way through. It was like an dot chocolate bars and chocolate on top. We've creamy vanilla ice cream and let it melted a little bit because you don't want to completely frozen and it was absolutely delicious and some of the people on twitter would say in celebration also the vetter always sought the annetta. Look like cuttlefish vice versa. thursday night always shopping night. Vinet gone by eight o'clock It was supposed to lost to wake lived on these during three power cut. Three power cuts. We just left them outside the floor out. Veneta was only served in a sunday dinner. it was a classier ice cream any other night. It was the awful vanilla from the plastic tub and a mate with trying to impress a girl invited around for a meal border veneta for pudding but left it in his bag and it started to melt. He genuinely believed that if he stuck it in the freezer reconfigure and it did not Every time we went to my aunt betty's it was the pudding choice then at a hands down hands up everybody who spent ages trying to cut through the bottom layer frozen chocolate before realizing it was the brown plastic tray. So there we go. That's the Antique anglo ark. This week we have veneta bird's-eye Trifle and we had the angel delight delicious dessert three marvelously. Nine hundred eighty s desserts. So thank you very much. Listening to the podcast is been a momentous week. The world changes week. Isn't it so nice to have boring game either. The boring Regiments have government going on as normal without hysteria twitter 'isms and everything else. So we had all twenty one limerick salute for the irish heritage of joe biden. And thank you very much. For listening to the podcast. This week we did ever touch on. Liz hurley's bikini marmalade exploits. We didn't touch on me trying to reintroduce the perfect baked potato. We have time next week. Folks we have plenty of time. We have all the time in the world to discuss The wondrous Baked potato and how you should cook it. abbas hurley making marmalade in a bikini. Which i think. I'm going to try this week and then i'm going to maybe a champagne marmalade in a in a in probably a man caney bar style this week and hopefully there won't be any smattering without a doubt. But it's been lovely to have you here Lovely to have you on the podcast. This week keep coming cauliflower cheese and cheese on twitter at keep coming cauliflower cheese on instagram likened subscribe. i'm across spotify apple music Also i'm a shoot in iheart radio pandora everywhere people everywhere and yes logging. Enjoy it I mean it may be something. Maybe i could send you a sleep at night. If you're insomniac it could be. It could be the you know the better than the sound machine. Although i have to say my love did get a sound machine and the crackling. Fire the crackling fire is absolutely delightful and it makes me sleep. The baby and i highly recommend the sound machine if you have trouble sleeping and is absolutely wondrous invention but that's been the podcast We all going to finish with a never shameless heaney poem. One of biden's favorites to to close the day. It's bell doug they just keep turning up and were ford as those foreign one eyed and benign. They lie about his house. Cranston's out of a ball to lift the lid of the pete and find this pupil dreaming of neolithic wheat when he stripped off blanket bog soft piled centuries. Open like a glib there. Were the first plough marks. The stone age fields the tomb call beld turfed and chambered flawed with writer. Comb landscape fossilized stonewall patterns repeated before our eyes and the stonewalls of mayo. Before i turned
Interview With Lucas Foglia
"Come to this show. It's a pleasure really have yet been fascinating to go through your your work it. It was kind of interesting about our approach. Is that you leverage your working. So many different ways you. You're fine art photographer. you're also an activist and you're also sort of a storyteller and you're finding different ways for your for your work to be seeing to be shared to be used. That's one of the things that i wanna talk to you about. But i thought we would startle just talking about your beginnings especially growing up on a farm on long island. Will your parents first generation. Farmers did they come to it from another lifestyle or this was this a generational thing anything about farming is if you go back enough generations you'll find another farmer no matter who you are right like so my great grandparents on both sides were immigrants who came from farm families and my grandparents who lived on the farm next door to my parents had worked at a local college queens college in new york city in queens and when they saved up enough money from working queens they bought the farm and then my father was the first first person in that line of the family. That was a fulltime farmer. But my dad also had other projects a helping other farms farmer's preserved their land getting grass clippings to not be thrown away and sent out to farms in eastern long island for fertilizer. He's always active and the community because my grandparents were family believed in education believed in activism believed in being connected to land so we had a a community among each other in our friends who had come visit the farm that believed in farming but also believed in principles about the environment and did your mom as well a mom and dad would always they farm a lot more together in the past couple years growing up my mom who is a storyteller when she started publishing the story books and then or picture books and recordings she would perform in all the local schools and then actually travel around the country in the world telling stories in a sense what i do photography as a combination of my parents where i tell story stories through photographs people's connection to land when you were growing up were there many farms around europe because i know there's a lot of development over over the years since your parents bought a farm but at the time wears a larger community of farming than than there was now there is now also i was born in the eighties. Nineteen eighty-three when my parents grunt. Dad was growing up on that same farm. The area around it wasn't developed and there were a lot more farms by the time by dad married my mom and they had me there. Were there was a lot of other open land. there were less farms. Remember being friends with the other farmers in the town. And i remember a lot of them as i was growing up selling their land for suburban developments because people would live in suburban houses in my town and get on the train or the highway and go into new york city to work so the identity that i had as i was growing up was one that was very different from our neighbors from other kids in school and knowing my parents are one of the few very few families who were agricultural who chose to maintain that lifestyle because there were so many economic to do otherwise. So how did that. How would you say that shaped your perspective in terms of your your understanding of the relationship between people in the land. Because i know that's informed so much of your work. It showed me how connected we are to land two seasons to resources that we don't fully control in a sense that everyone i meet each food one type or another the majority of people who i know right now cannot picture in their minds exactly where everything they eat comes from or they can't look at the table their computers is on and nowhere the would would came from or stone or even plastic like to know the systems that allow us to live our lives so by growing of the way i did. My parents were very interested in us. Knowing those systems and so photography for me has been away of to take any thing. I want to understand or learn about and i and it gives me permission to look at it and by looking at it i can learn about it and then my making an interesting photograph. I can tell other people about it to you. Started you photography than your mom. Lets you hear your dance camera and you started photographic around the farm puts urged but spurred that that gesture from from your mother well. My parents worked a lot in the summer. 'cause my mom. My dad was on the on the farm full and mom would also be helping my father my mom would also be doing. Storytelling is a busy time. Like dawn to sunset. My dad says gardening fun at farming. It's like really hard work. And so they would should try to get us off into programs in the town to give them some space during the summers and through would barter a lot where they were Through friends I was in a local camp program. actually what it was like sports travel something or other i was never really oriented that way and at the program that for one summer the only girls who were there were a crowd of girls who are friends with a woman. I had broken up with when i was like fourteen and none of them talk to me. I was so sad to like not be popular at as a young teenager. That i quit the camp and i was just hanging out in moping around my family's farm and then my mom basically called my aunt gina who with her wife margot were were they going province town to hanging out to hang out for part of the summer with a whole bunch of friends and so they sent me off with my dad's camera to province town and just wandering around with the camera while my answer hanging out with all their friends then when i got back from those from take from that trip Show printed the picture for me and like some of them and said oh. Why don't you spend time for the summer photographing around the farm. And if they can make a story out of the pictures will call the local library the huntington south huntington library and you can have a photo show in the lobby of the library. C
Smokey Robinson made one mother's Hanukkah very memorable
"All right. Let's talk about smokey robinson. The wonderful story. Yeah we have an update because yesterday we brought you the sound where he accidentally pronounced conaco the wrong way. After being commissioned to send a holiday message to a former neighbor. Let's listen to the message again in margot how you doin' surprise surprise. This is smokey robinson. I know you didn't expect to hear from me. But i was contacted by your sons jeff juror and they want me. They told me that used to live in detroit across street from me. Gosh that's that's beautiful How you doing again nice talking to you again. I guess but anyway you live in vancouver now and they want me to wish you happy to nuke. I have no idea no nuclear but happy because they said so. Join me here. That it's yeah it's hysterical and of course a video went viral more than two million views and not long. After it went viral. Of course robinson realized his mistake and commented on the video on twitter saying in the spirit of twenty twenty. I'm gonna need a do over please. Dm me your mother's phone number so we can try this again cool. The singer followed through for another video. Shared by jeff who is the son featuring his mother chatting with the legend on the phone he wrote on twitter. Update konica miracle. Smokey robinson called my mother. While she was at school she teaches kindergarten. And it seems like they might be best friends. Now meantime the sun also said by the way smokey robinson can pronounce khanuka any way. He damn well pleases. He's a true legend whose music has been with me since his kindness and generosity of spirit has already made this most unusual twenty twenty konica. What of my family's most memorable. Also my mom says hi.
Police fatally shoot Black man, sparking protests in Philadelphia
"Police in the U. S. City of Philadelphia have issued a warning on social media that mass looting by up to 1000 people has broken out. It's the second night of clashes after a black man whose family members say was mentally ill was shot dead by police. Officers said they opened fire on Walter Wallace when he ignored orders to drop a knife. An incident caught on video. Margot Bell has the details on Monday afternoon in the neighborhood of Cobb's Creek in west Philadelphia to officers respond to a report of a man with a weapon. He breaks free from his mother. After she says she tried to shield him. Police say they can tell the 27 year old to drop his weapon. Then this He was pronounced dead at hospital. His father asked later why police didn't first use a Taser.
Attempted kidnapping caught on camera
"Video leads to the arrest of a man now charged with attempted kidnapping. The story from Margot Murano Catoosa Police have arrested 44 year old Theodore in Sonia, who they say tried to lure an 11 year old girl out of the WalMart store in Catoosa on August 5th. According to police in Sonia, tried to lure the girl outside the store and into his car. But the girl ran away and told her mother,
"margot c" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Meet my spot but if I was to say another place I have. This is tree house. It's not mine. I don't like I the tree house and it's kind of been I would say because it's kind of like my secret report but if I ever need to go get away. I go to the treehouse. At how high up is it pretty high by yourself. Is it like a big area or just. It's pretty small small and its way up in a tree and it's very it's in the middle of a country in Europe and it's super random. Nothing you don't have to say so I I think Tom found it Coming behold he found it but we went there at super remote and just kind of magical and anytime still getting a bit much. I need go train in the tree house. I love that end in the tree. How long do you stay in the tree? Couple Days John Day and you can get up and down you. If you like. It'd be up in the. This is awesome and stuff up there. This isn't a laboratory ask. It sounds elaborate but it's really I mean it's probably the size of the room we're sitting. It's it's not that big but it's really deluxe. He has cool fun. Do Watch that show treehouse. There's a show a reality show where they build tree house noble. Do you have to weigh. Yes abilities elaborate treehouse. Allow it's on. The animal planet can great and meeting an art project or a movie or a book or something. That was very very impactful for you. Gosh I was thinking more like what something treasured to me. Not something that's fucked for treasures. Fine fine whatever else this is an I hope it counts. I'll say I'll say my bunny. My bunny I've had since I was born that I still sleep with every night. And what is your bunny's name bunny because you know when you're zero. His old I guess you not that inventive with Matthew names you toys has bunny gone. Like do pack. Yeah Yeah and does buddy have a soccer. Something Bunny Sleeps in case bunny just like just Kinda roll. Swear all shoes. She's IT Kinda filthy by this point. He may be like once a year whenever my mom comes to visit. She'll like give her a Boston stitcher up wherever she's flowing apart your husband ever hidden the money he always hers bunny out of the bed because he's like he thinks it's obviously a tad ridiculous that I still sleep with body. Maybe he's a little jealous. That bunny always gets like it. Pride of place in the bed. He thinks I'm sleeping. He'll throw money out of the bed and I'll get so cross with him. I'm like touch you throw around the dog's forgotten to bunny. Close Bell Al.. A pit bull. She destroys everything like the magnitude for destruction is quite astounding. Schumer's go bunny. One time and freaked out I I was like no she would eat. She would eat money in a minute..
"margot c" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Light scenes. Yes let it caught wheels in a small confined space and is there a place that has huge impact on you. Yes I would say that I mean again. First thing that pops into mind the balcony like the Verandah at the house us. I grew up in which was in Crumlin Valley again on the Gold Coast. But it's like we lift in the hinterland so it's very mountainous but you've got also a fifteen minute drive to the beach kind of just a kind of magical place which of course I didn't I always knew as a magic place. I always loved it and then once I left Australia. Of course as I realized just how special that kind of space is but yeah I mean outhouse will let me say the balcony you mean like the Verandah like yeah. So I'd sit wasn't a very big house house and there's lots of us so I always sit out on the Veranda and have a cup of tea and do my homework guard. Do My homework at a trip down behind the back paddock. Yes always always outside and it was just like the most beautiful view you can see the ocean from there. But you're up in the mountains it'd be Mystique Just a so so so beautiful I I always yearn for that little spot sitting on the Veranda. Do you prefer to be in nature or in the city nature for sure but I've loved with being in the city. I mean when I moved to America when I was twenty and I go to job on Pan Am which you reprise very memorable and once upon a time at home I was so fun. When that's that's the amazing thing about Clinton to sorry totally jumped tracks but his attention to detail in his? He'd watched everything done before we met. And you know even neighbors even pant all of that even the screen test. Yeah he watched all. It's going to really with you. Yes Oh my goodness Causey and so these are really good. This is safe THERALAC. Daddy's really like Oreo. Every episode of Pan Am Pan. AM He'd watched a bunch of me is like Oh goodness please give me. The job obviously wasn't a very good actor back then but but no so. So there's a brief glimpse of Pan Am stewardess in once upon a time in Hollywood and that is me and you to dance and I got to dance. Well that's when I was being Sharon tate on the Pan Am plane but I actually played one of those pimp stewardesses. You just never saw my face. It's just my hands making a bloody Mary. Leo I think which is good news. uh-huh did you bring out your own costume or did they get you a new. It was a different. This was in once upon a time because it was later the latest sixties in the TV show Pan Am it was nineteen sixty three. So they'd have they changed. The uniform is different. So you're going to say when you move to America and the right right so yeah no I mean I was in a big city and I loved it. Yeah I love being in a big city but no I do prefer because I know you just an easier from time to time. Yeah I could get away the.
"margot c" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"I got there. I knew oh, wow. I can't wait till that day happens where I can green light a movie by attaching to it, and I can see my friends script someone I don't know in this script and they've never directed before. No one's going to put the money behind them. And I know that if I sign on and say that I'll do it finances will put the money in in this person gets to make their film like that's an amazing feeling, and yeah, I was very much looking forward to the day where I'd be in a position where I could do that. And and now that I am it's yeah. It's really wonderful. Take you long wolf of Wall Street was only five years ago that crazy to think thousand thirteen. Yeah. That's wild you ever. Stop and go. Whoa. This thing. This rocket ship has taken on quick. All the time. Yeah. Yeah. Now, quite often. I'm like this is wild and every year on like nothing could get better than this. This is the best. I'm so happy. Nothing get better. And then another Yukos buying them. Like that was the best year. That was awesome. Yeah. No. It's me. Did you always have growing up serve a performers mentality? I know you were into magic. And you were a bit of a trapeze artist. I'm told well, not an oddest mealy could do it. But yet. No, I yes, definitely had a dramatic flair growing up. I would I think my family would attest to that. But no, I wasn't. I was never like, you know, the I didn't grow up in a place where people in movies or anything like that. So you would never say I'm going to be movies. When I grow up, you would just be like I'm going to be in the school play because I love doing plays and stuff like that. So it's quite surreal to what point then along the way. Did you realize oh this could be career? This is just a fun. Hobby. Could do for was it neighbors? Yeah. That occurred to me six months into being a regular on a long-running TV show. Right. The first time I actually coached me like white acade- this isn't chill. Mike justice. Actually asked other cosmic was I was like do you do any other Jones? Like, do you have a job on the side of something and they were like nine, and I was like you just do. Acting for living. Not yet. Put your kids through school and by house just on acting mail. And I was like RAD I. Did you have other jobs in those early dates who will side-hustle seventy side hustles? Yes. No, I yeah. I had most most part time jobs. You could imagine. I've probably I've done them in waiting tables waiting tables right behind what in retail retail for two years. Yeah. Everything looked in the food industry. Dumb babysitting. Done housecleaning. Yeah. Fish and chips still really have at all. Gift wrapping at Christmas. Yeah. What do they think back home? What is your family think? Now that you're Margot Robbie movie star. I think too happy that. Yeah, it's nice because they're so removed from it that it's not it'd be cool to like, I know I know a lot of people whose whole families are in the industry that seems cool. But I like that mine's not because you know, it's nice to to kinda like have just a a work thing. And then I can go home. And you know, he whatever else is doing K feet on the ground keeps you humble, totally my mom works with disabled kids. You know, if I'm ever on the phone to her and I'm like, oh this happened. This happened today. And I'm like, well, how was your day? And then she sought saying about her, Diana, Mike shot. Such a lucky person shut up. You talk about all the adversity. You have in your life. Yeah. Yeah. It's great definitely puts things in perspective. Congratulations on the movie. Thank you so much for time. My thanks to Margot Robbie for sitting down with me. Can catch your latest film, Mary Queen of Scots in theaters now, and thanks as always to you for tuning in for another week to hear more of the conversations with all my guests. Be sure to click subscribe and get tuned into Sunday today every weekend on NBC. I'm willing guys. We'll see you right back here next week on the Sunday, sit down podcast..
"margot c" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"I think that the circumstances a little different it's not really quite life or death away. It was back then. But I think this still is the perception that hats, you know, women are too emotional to lead to be rational, which is in my opinion ridiculous. Yeah. Could most rational opinions. That's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. I think most people would agree. That's along those lines this interview air on Golden Globe Sunday. So it will it will have been a year since you and more than three hundred other people signed other women signed the three hundred person time's up letter, and you were black that night, and it was a big emphasis. So it's sort of a milestone this year a year later. Do you think Hollywood has sat up and taken notice have things changed to your eye in the last year or so I think they have. Yeah. I really do. I mean right now promoting a film directed by a woman, I have just wrapped a film where most heads of departments were female roles. It's female lead on Somboon pace. And I'm in prep for a film with a female director, second time female director with big budget behind it. That's important too. I think it's one thing to say, let's support women in film and female, Phil. Filmmakers, we're gonna give them, you know, a million dollar micro drama micro budget drama. It's quite another to say, here's a giant costume drama with a hefty budget behind it. Likewise. I'm a producer on the film, where prep foreign it's a big comic book film with a lot of money behind it. And I was like I want a woman to direct it. It's a female in symbol. Of course. I want a woman directing it. But I think up until recent times saying that and actually getting people to put their money behind that was two different conversations. I think it's easy to say. Yes. Yes. Wouldn't that? Be nice. It's quite another to say, yes all sign off on that decision. I re I recognize when we're making movies. It's not my money being spent it's you know, people are putting a lot of money behind that. And people like focus on working title who hide Josie on this. And you know, back those choices that's a brave thing to do. And I I'm seeing more of it. Now. Imprac record. Now, those movies are successful Patty Jenkins. Those wonder woman and the doors. I'd like to see a movie than men. I don't know why it's taken so long to recognize that Hamish make maybe swing ever came to that. You know? Came to that conclusion. And and the next step from that point was let's make more female driven content. So many females buy tickets for movies, and then the step beyond that was let's have females telling those stories those female driven stories, which you know, it takes time. But I'm definitely seeing change school about jus you're not just talking about it. In interviews. You've started production. He lucky chap that practices. What you're preaching right now. What is the philosophy at lucky chap? What are you trying to do, you know to promote women in film, whether that's through female driven stories, all with female filmmakers, we'll both and not to say we have worked with an continued work with incredible men, we do and at the end of the day the best person gets the job. So I think it's out duty to put way more effort into finding those female-driven stories and those female filmmakers, and once we've brought all those options to the table and balanced that conversation by having many female options as male options I can make shortlist. Male directors in a heartbeat, but to to really find an extensive list of female filmmakers is hot because they haven't had the same opportunities. But once you can balance that conversation, then the best person gets that job. And if that's a man a woman, whoever great it's the best person for the job, but you have to make I think you have to make the effort beforehand to balance that that conversation have all the options on the table in a in an equal way. You've had a track record now with Eitan you being under that production company. You've showed that you you can make a great movie that way was that a different kind of challenge for you to not only star in a movie like that. But also to have your production company behind it, and sort of your name on the doors, well responsibility that you can't if it goes wrong..
"margot c" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"I said very early on with love and enjoy Z agreed that we should not see each other as characters until that moment as characters in the film had never seen each other until this fictional moment. Which didn't actually happen, historically speaking. And everyone looked very hard to make sure that was the case and fair anyone watching who's spent time on film sets to logistically keep two people a pot who are in the same film is impossible. It's really hard to do and often films schedules dictated by location. So fortunately, they showed everything they needed to shoot everything that took place in England. I and then company move to Scotland take everything shoot everything that takes place in Scotland Mary stays in Scotland for the most the movie of that meeting and Elizabeth always stayed in England so out my last day was socs first day. And that's the only time we crossover. I did my whole. Joanie is Elizabeth minimize loss day socialist first day, we had that sane and then she carried on and did the rest of the film. So yeah, I mean emotions were running very high by that point for different reasons. And you know, it was emotional for me, my law states emotional her her first day, but beyond that, we just spent so long thinking about each other. And you know, everything I did was, you know, Elizabeth obsessing over what Mary's doing. So I'd constantly had Mary in my mind. So sure as Mary in my mind, constantly, always obsessing over the, you know, you're earning for her. Then also being terrified of what she's doing. It's and then comes the moment where you know, we actually the first half of that saying before we see each other still hadn't seen each other. And then they'll set up for at close ups, snow course, shooting and she pulls down that loss sheet. And that was the first one we have a search and they'll rolling on. And yeah, we dislike totally burnt down. Like, it was not meant. It was not written to have tears in in the state. No, absolutely not that we will like meant to be kinda yelling at each other. We kind of do, but we it was it was emotional salting and you'll cotton. We just Like, like. other shaking and crying. It was it was very strange surreal moment. But honestly as an active one of the best moments of probably the best moment I've ever had miss it. That's so interesting. So where are the tears come from for you to me? It was knowing. It was that that interaction with so tragic to me because it happened at the wrong time kind of like a love story where they meet after they've gone off and married someone else. It was that's what it was to me. It was walking into a situation and knowing that I was going to say no to the thing. I'm person I wanted most in the world, but they just got me too late. And so when she says, I know you'll hot has more within it than the men around you counsel you and I say, I'm, you know, I'm we'll. Men than women. Now, the throne has made me so I'm saying that maybe that was true a few years ago. But I I said it'll ties to my womanhood. I sacrificed everything I will never have a child is you had a child I will never marry for love as you have. I've I gave those things up in order to have the security on the throne and security in my life. And and it's just too late. And I can't help you. So for me the minute. I see her knowing that she's going to ask for my help and knowing Alrighty, then I'm going to say, no to it was a horrible horrible feeling in it. Yeah. Just made me cry. Well, kept in touch before you saw each other. You said you were texting little bit. Like, how's it going? We Right. did that right? Hustle period, which is great which was more extensive than most feature films, a real ou- full bit Josie from the theater world, you know, holds great importance on the rehearsal period, which spent tastic so we had heaps the time in rehearsals to hang out. And we already knew each how. And then we didn't get to see each other really by shooting. But then after we finish the movie we both got nominated for the Oscars. And so we were sore shall the like every day..
"margot c" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey, guys, guys tear with another episode of the Sunday down podcasts. Thanks for checking in with us. Again, this week my guests one of Hollywood's biggest stars right now Margot Robbie Margo, and I got together at the oak room at the plaza hotel in New York City to talk about her latest role as Queen Elizabeth the first in the new period drama, Mary Queen of Scots she plays opposite, sir. Sha. Ronin who plays Queen Mary Margot tells me all about the physical transformation. She underwent for that film. What it was like to work with her friends Sertucha and the history she quickly had to study up on to learn about the Queen and to actually play that role show some reflects a little bit on where Hollywood is about a year after the launch of the times up initiative, which took place at last year's Golden Globes. And the move by women at that show, you might remember to wear black. She was one of three hundred or so women in Hollywood to sign a letter launching time's up. She also talks about tax. Doing the industry's gender problem. Head on through her own production company. It's called lucky chap productions she focuses on telling female driven stories and hiring females to make the films as will here shortly Margot, and I got together in effectively a famous old room the oak room, but at that time when she and I sat down it was a large empty. I don't want to call it haunted looking bar. But it was well, I guess you'll hear as you listened the two of us talk. It's a beautiful room. I wanna be clear, but it was big an empty, and we had to talk about it just for a minute. So I hope you enjoy a great conversation with Margot Robbie who moved her entire day around to be with me in that room right now on the Sunday, sit down podcast. Thank you Margaux. So to see you. Thanks. I want to say people listen to this podcast, the whole thing. So people don't get to see it. But here I want them to know that you moved your schedule around are here. And I'm grateful, and we also against cedar and serving in anti bar Vokes. The shining. Eerie feeling we're in a very empty creepy looking for sales like the hull of a ship beautiful haunted. Beautiful. But if you're someone said. Here's something in the air doesn't if that's coming through on your house right now. My insignificantly unnerved, let's hope this curse it or. I don't think we set ourselves. Right. We can only go up from. Let's talk about the film. First of all, congratulations. It's amazing. Lots of people talking about it around award season would somebody came to you with the idea of this iconic role. It's a daunting role. Obviously, it's a role it's been played by many of your acting heroes and icons of the screen from Audrey Hepburn. Kate Blanchett, what was your reaction to the idea? No, absolutely. Yeah. No. I loved the script as soon as I read it. It's very intelligent by Willem when he wrote house a cod, you know, he can he can ride a political drama give it that pace and intensity..
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"And his character this there's a moment which somebody says the everyone who work with him fell in love with him but their role so so the slightly scared of him he was somebody who could be tough although apparently tougher on himself than on anybody else and essentially what happens is that that love of dawn's then turns into skating and then he ends up during these shows that a very big thing on broadway which is kind of ballet on ice and there is another another very revealing moment in which he's asked whether or not since will he always wanted the originally was be a dancer and he managed to fulfill his dreams by going to ice skating and somebody said well if if you could go back into it again now would you be a dancer all the nice gator this is no because dancing on ice put some movement into the top blow that you can't get through dawn's and there's a lovely sequins about talking about the way in which you you're saying you're watching it don't sequence in the two carriages holding a post and as they're holding it of course they gliding the moving because the ice skating which wouldn't happen if they would dancing and it seems like such a simple points such an obvious point and yet it's made it made sense to me and i know nothing about sport ice skating old dawn's i think we i think we we know that but anyway that but that was could be your joy to any i did i've enjoyed it very much so what would you say on balance and reflection and after considerable discussion with yourself is movie the week gets a doublebill okay put it would okay so i tanya and doc rivers on my joint film of the week this has been a something else production for bbc radio five live next week david a yellow is back on the show talking gringo yes.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"If you're a club on a found and i think everybody should be go see dr river in the cinema doc rivers something you don't want to wait for it to come out on dvd you want to see it projected because it's the need to be immersed in that experience the fully appreciate it you should use you said it had echos of andrew cutting yes what would an eco vendor cut one hundred if i saw one so andrew cutting is a is a filmmaker whose may things like this filthy earth which is a really extreme gallivant and recently edith walks which are talked right here on the show and he's he's he's a filmmaker who has his hands in the move in the mud whether he's making a document tree or a drama he's very you've read become avenue undercutting film you feel that you should literally scrape the model few she's i love his films that fantastically title can i quickly getting a review of the ice can't use you certainly can so this is what i learnt now what an echo of andrew cuttingedge okay i'm happy it's a documentary asking for entry batter juncker he rose to prominence in the 1970s gmb him though the ice skated kerry i do remember july against ifs startling he was just got your head and is better than everybody else absolutely had michelle is better than everybody else and this film covers his life and career there's a lovely moment early on which he talks about the fact that it's archive injuries obesity which we hear and talking about the fact that he wanted originally to be a dancer and he was told he couldn't be a dancer because doing so would be much through from it's not the kind of thing that you know that that a chapters and then he saw ice skating and he said what can i do ice skating and he was sold will yes you can do ice skating because somehow ice skating was doing was hiding the dawn's behind a facade of sports and the documentary then basically follows this career in which he becomes incredibly very very celebrated but also is wrestling with his own demons seeps seems to suffer from a degree of loneliness and a degree of selfdoubt throughout his career there's lots of moments which we hear from different perspectives.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Rarely menace too late now on it he's gone i'll be happy to give me a down ghazi out broke a leg she needs call it on giving you my opinion by guilt had i on city for fifteen years a wet with a and you call docomo now i'll be honest with you that clip which is the only clint we we have doesn't do the film many favours first exist c e doesn't doesn't capture the atmosphere of the film properly one of the things interesting when it is when you look at on the surface they're comparison to be made with the levelling hub this unleashes film which again is about ellie kennedy plaza cars he returns the form she grew up in following a family tragedy and dark secrets revealed and also to some extent god's own country france's lease film which has there there are surface similarities but the similarities don't go much beyond that this is very much clio bonnaud's film and it's a film about the way in which trauma can affect memory and the way in which people are left dealing with the aftermath of abuse and the way in which the people have to sort of in a deal with the reality of a legacy of something that he's affecting the way in which they see the world the film isn't sensationalist in any way at all on the contrary it's kind of it's it's fairly discreet but it makes it all the more powerful you do really think that what you're watching is a portrayed of two characters both of whom are tormented by the circumstance in which they have been placed and attempting to come through a really our polling situation to perhaps find some kind of resolution and what happens is that the the bravo want the tense himself the door to thinks that she should taken and therefore there is conflict between them which is all centered around this the farm which is effectively functioning as a ghost house the film opens and closes as well with the pj harvey's singing my father gave me an acre of land which was every bit as haunting as that rendition of who will of me now that the in the middle of a flip were these oppression of dr li known weirdly enough eleven.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Now i've seen it already w what feeling get but if you if you remember four remember when you watch a watch most of it okay front so american mary and that is own at saturday not going into sunday morning midnight on sunday meaning setting like i mean sunday morning incidently where i watch on film four saturday night midnights going into sunday on film for i now have a clock that actually says in words twenty one minutes to force the idiot clock but it is and this is especially for me right they've literally they put on my desk the idiot clock tv move the week so bad is bad which is when we snap on the rubber gloves and delve into the dark echos of the rubber worst movies ever made this week's offerings are big daddy gulliver's travels the family stone captain corelli's mandolin and the internship so mark internship about which film did you say one of the most witless hugh malysz vomits inducing the horribly selfsatisfied smug unfunny comedies i have ever seen it was indeed the internship or the interns ship the internship and that is to be avoided at eleven fifteen at night on saturday on fivestar i'll find it fairly easy to avoid that because i don't think i know how to find it matt dixon says the the internship is the movie equivalent to those cds by selfsatisfied tv presenters who have no business releasing music but make an album of cover songs and throw an original song on there as a bonus soya who did i may i generally sell it in specific circus about houma they referring not.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Robin mogendorff descends subject tread i did go back and reassess it after that documentary came out about two thousand idea data on i have said absolutely good at rome first time it is a much better a film and i give it credit full a randomly says rubin had a craving to watch aliens yesterday so that wins for me mike s we mostly come at night by mostly mike espy the amount will go food you could burgundy but i think he's done that before so instead i think he'll go for twenty one jump street just because he can rick man i didn't get round to seeing philomina so that wins for me but twelve is a slave was an astonishing piece of work and almost certainly the best film on the list therefore the film i'd guest mont will pick and nick i would says aliens is the better film but surely by now everyone who wanted to watch it is seen it on that basis american mary what is our tv movie of the week we have such shot listens it is indeed american mary this terrific horror film other soska sisters who would just great and american mary i sore it i think of fright faced and it was one of those movies you just think this is this is great it's tough and it's you know it's got strong meaty ideas in it and it's kind of playful and it's works brilliantly with a with a horror crowd but i think it also wherever i think you would enjoy and i think this oscars because this does it just really do other circuses who do we need to know about that well they at an american mary is the is the great introduction i mean it's a it's if i i'll tell you what i'm going to do yes because i have a dvd american mary when hwang next week i'm going to bring you a dvd of american mary and would you watch it for me.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"It's nonsense what are you gonna do in our final half hour doc rivers which is the new film by club bonnaud native which is a strange that science fiction movie and hopefully the ice king which is documentary and if you're enjoying the show today but you're thinking career could go back later any two hutu over again you know the best piece but baby in video form have you ever thought that by you probably have 'cause you're in lucky canal find highlights from the show on the witness list she's out what watson it's a whit to list tony weekly article it civil available in the five live website but after the program rights the whitney list apparently the best things in in video film whose but we kind of excelling ourselves here i think you suggesting that we had something to do with it yes it was the top production team did it we take reno return of tv movie of the week s john mcmillan dread in my opinion is the best movie adaptation of a comic character bar none after watching it at the cinema i went out and bought the comic for the first time in almost twenty years something i have never done for a novel dc film it is the bar i judge no pun intended of the move is against and i are from the free annoy very an annoy the offspring by saying it's not as good as dread damien stevenson aliens is the best from on the list but mark needs to go back in review dread properly by properly i mean that he should actually talk about dread not the raid i'm picking american mary because it's wonderful grime mean grisly horror film exactly the kind of thing that would put you off your dinner.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Lee differently and they did when stephen interviewed jeff and tanya this stories their accounts of what happened in their lives together would directly yes her exhusband yes will completely contradictory the only thing they seem to agree on was the betrayal of lavonna tania's that seems to be the only thing they agreed on extreme environments from al janning yes correct who we didn't know f we couldn't find a when we were shooting steven confined it when he was writing the script so we never go to hear her account her character israeli built from the account late in the versions of jeff and tanya yet the point really was to give looked to different perspectives on the same event or maybe this is the most straightforward part of the film but it from the f let's take performance that you have to put in is we've been talking about everything else other than the fact that she was a phenomenal ice skater and you have to be a phenomenal ice skater in this picture the what what was asta view from a physical point of view how good did you have to get before any special effects that code yeah i mean as good as that could be in in the time that we had and i i needed to have started at two years old if i wanted to uh look even close to olympiclevel and obviously couldn't do that so it was about looking it was obviously learning the skate retains learning had leaner technically had escaped as accurately as possible but more importantly looking powerful strong in comfortable in the ice that that was the biggest looking for her i wanted the ice to be of free place her safe place in the world and she says that in any of you a touch the duly lady problems behind you can just skate and and i wanted to get to feel like that but for me maga being on the ice was like the most terrifying place to be because i was constantly word as going to like break burns and hold up production so really overcoming that and trying to make it look like being on the ice was my have happiest and safest place in the world because she was just a great greater but she was the first woman to do the triple axel yes is that right any competition in competition and it just explain what that meant because that.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Back to no one answer those questions the way craig did we had complete confidence he was the rightful make of for the for the job he had great solutions for those conundrums it was fascinating to hear his take on it and honestly like you said there was so it there was so many ways to do this movie wrong in only one way to do it right and we really needed that one in a million directed to be able to do it right and uh very fortunately we found the the perfect person and i think people will have to see the film to understand precisely how that balances is achieved book that the kind of food documentary style was quite key i think wasn't it damn locking the fact that times you address us yes watching the movie yeah i mean there's a moment later in the film where where the finger gets pointed at the audience and tanya says your all my attackers too and it's a moment that is particularly powerful because we have that monumentally style in our framing device it's it's a great device to use throughout to let you jump through passages of time like okay now she's four now she's fourteen us you know that's kind of need of interview room or whatever it is to to be able to jump around like that immerse films so it worked on that level but it made moments that mattered uh like that moment like pointing the finger back at the audience more powerful because you odd directly addressing them and it's the moment we debated a long time that whether we keep it in you know people don't like having the blame kind of throwing back in their face and and we needed to do it to make a point i think for disparate just for a moment which the film on post road nor it's really i mean because she is the protagonist you definitely see more of her version of events and therefore it's easier to empathize with her character than some of the other characters 'cause you just have more screen time metania but the point really was to tell a lot of different size the store and show how people who were in the exact same place at the exact same time twenty years later amended the exact same thing total.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"This thought was replaced with near paralysing shock however when i realized that the second australian woman was none other than magharabi who i was listening to on the podcast my very moment it was like surreal ventriloquist's him listening to a voice without her lips actually moving what an opportunity i thought to talk to maga about everything but i did what any devoted fan of your show would do i sat there in silence for the entire flight looking straight i got the respect of your space so kind to him that i actually wish he had a low of six and then and then we got this from peter noble who's been on china southern airlines where they were showing by christopher robin i just want to show you how they've spelt got your name wrong how they spelt donald leeson abdominal gleason oh my yours that is i have to say that so just call him abdominal ebdon abdominal abdominal with all of our just wanted to sell that's the preamble that's happened since you're on the show last tell her excite also happened since you're on the show last is you have a best actress nomination yes kosovo that must be dominating your thoughts cuello for this movie it's very yeah scientists are very very unexpected an exciting was unexpected well because i lived through doing a film knowing it was how small at was how quickly we short you know it's very much in indy film to be up against films like the postal something like that it just seems crazy that we're we're even in the conversation and the fact that your producer of the film must make every email every review every communication that much more vivid oh 100 percent yeah yeah no i mean 'cause as an actor there's only so much you can.
"margot c" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"I am a flight attendant says el better and i don't just explore incredible places while i work also go to the cinema over time no matter where i am in the world because i just can't help it i think it's a disease i wonder if mark news of any possible cures plump i'm just teams to see terrible films both of which this is not one barings helm pledges as i mentioned this because i think where one watches a film can make a difference and this time watching black panther in johannesburg really added layer upon layer of meaning to an already powerful film what a feast of colors and a feast of positive images humor and dark moments the audience reaction in the cinema was visceral yes it did break some of the rules are maybe i think this is forgivable in the way the talking about grace showman you know you can imagine that people just gonna join in and while i found myself cheering on at times there were many moments where i was actually when i was really made to stop and reflect while i felt the burden of what the colonizers what the color nicest did to this and many other parts of the world it's a film that speaks to all of us in a multitude of ways whilst most of my fellow local cinema goes left the cinema feeling empowered that one fragment of their struggles through the years is now more than ever visible on a wide platform to everyone to see and for everyone to talk about i was humbled by the whole experience i see superheroes as a modern day version of the greek myths where through fantastical stories people can learn more about themselves and each other so i urge everyone to go and see this film which tells the story that needs to be told and even more importantly story that needs to be listened to and not repeated if you have any questions please ask member of your cabin crew whose very good says alberta and it's very interesting point that you're you're killingly particularly a film that like in a way you say it will make a difference if you watch and joe back then that's going to be.