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"max martini" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"On Twitter Max martini LA Max can I give you a little bit of may I lecture you about social media for second your photograph on Twitter you look like a businessman I want to see you in your ballistic vest with a ceramic plates with the ram for dude come on you look you look like a Hollywood all right you know all my ramblings back what you DO es also there's a few more villagers are all right good well we bumped into each other's shot show and it was fab mutual fund board moment for each of us I'm so excited you agree to come on the show especially because of your new projects are you kidding you film it's already out guys you've got to go and see if it's called sergeant will gonna it's streaming on Amazon I tunes all the places where you can get your movies your favorite movies I love this movie tell us what it's about but also link this is this the genesis of this film comes from your work on the TV show the unit correct it does yes while we were filming the unit I went to the Middle East a couple times to those of the troops and all under which we're good friends over there all young larvae were injured that I stayed in touch with walls in combat when he came back he has your return call with significant traumatic brain injuries so far my experience in in trying to sort of help him but you know and and also in my circle of friends of but other bodies of you know came back with emotional outdoor physical injuries this is it it all inspired me to to make a movie to give back to veterans charities which I don't think that Hollywood has ever been done and and so we've allocated thirty percent of the still to go to three charities that I support that are well credit and debt or or changing the lives of veterans barely so these yeah these charities that focus on brain injury PTS the things like that actually yes want one as Gary Sinise starvation juries in the movie he's a mentor of mine and and such a wonderful force will be personal for someone in the virtual community all higher ground USA which is based on the Sun Valley Idaho New York Los Angeles and warriors hordes of based on a Bender taxes these are all you know they they they they have different treatments each each foundation but they were largely focus on C. B. R. speech yes warriors horror of all two addresses chemical and or alcohol dependency use and higher ground is also working on the part of the whole structure prices do really wonderful organizations and we support the end of the movie support so the film is called sergeant will god no thirty percent of the film's proceeds goes to charities who support those those suffering with PTSD or a traumatic brain injury check it out right now put it on your watch list on Amazon on I tunes we are talking to Max martini all of the unit saving private Ryan and now sergeant will gonna I'm in the last few minutes I have to us your professional question Max given that what you're doing with this show you your dedication to the troops the fact that you were shot show I I have a sense that you might be more conservative than the nought you requested all right well let let let you know I'm not going to ask you what you are okay I'm gonna ask you the context let's set the stage I think you don't think you're getting better in your business if you look at you know what Ricky Joe vase did say recently about awards ceremony you could pay for pals incredibly successful with a Netflix show it is the political correctness in in Hollywood in the movie industry are we seeing the re dressed to that or is it still an issue you know I looked and lo board Ricky to raised about the I want to say that the things or or changing you know for me our market Mari dedication is to the warriors that that laurel four lines with their protect our freedom and in in for me this is something that the you know look here's here's here's my complaint about Ali would if I may use that when there is a let's say for example a natural disaster all the big bands all the movie stars everybody rallies everybody has that we have how will because we were this morning we get one shoulder and this incredible amount of support for clauses like that where is the support of the venture community where we have right three hundred thousand plus diagnosed here two cases of local combat related to merit brain injuries in in the middle of the the statistics you know it's not for Christians anymore and it should be and then so for me I might garrison means everyone of my movie Dermot Mulroney Robert Patrick all she took orders I'm trying to well the Hollywood together to to to to you know do something or get their hands dirty show some support for the people that are good are ensuring that we enjoy the freedom and liberty that we do is American so well you know that's my concern your question look I hope are you know you the whole world the a better tomorrow that so but it's going to the concert well you're helping to get us to that better tomorrow by the prodigal chosen he's he's very he should be the diplomatic corps that was very nice to be done Maximillion very impressively done he is supporting those that have stood on the war for us to protect us and our freedom was so let's show appreciation to him and also through his latest project thirty percent of the proceeds of which are going to our veterans and the charities of the supporting especially those with traumatic brain injury in PTSD it's called sergeant will garden it includes it co stars Gary Sinise and Robert Patrick and it is of course a vehicle of Maximillion martini follow him I checked out his Instagram account it's not too shabby it is also Max martini L. 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"max martini" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Is Max martini follow him on Twitter Max martini LA Max can I give you a little bit of may I lecture you about social media for second what is your photograph on Twitter you look like a businessman I want to see you in your ballistic vest with your ceramic plates with the ram for dude come on what you look like a Hollywood all right you know all my Ramblers back what you DO es also there's a few more villagers are all right good well we bumped into each other's shot show and it was fab mutual fund board moment for each of us I'm so excited you agree to come on the show especially because of your new projects are you got a new film it's already out guys you've got to go and see if it's called sergeant will Gardner it's streaming on Amazon I tunes all the places where you can get your movies your favorite movies love this movie tell us what it's about but also link this is this the genesis of this film comes from your work on the TV show the unit correct it does yes while we were filming the unit I went to the Middle East a couple times to those of the troops and all under which were before and over there all young larvae were injured that I stayed in touch with walls in combat when he came back he has your return call with significant traumatic brain injuries so far my experience in in trying to sort of help him but you know and and also in my circle of friends but other bodies of you know came back with emotional outdoor physical injuries this it all inspired me to to make a movie to give back to veterans charities which I don't think that Hollywood has ever opened on and and so we've allocated thirty percent of the still to go to three charities that I support that are well credit and that all or or changing the lives of veterans daily so these these charities that focus on brain injury PTS the things like that I actually just want one as Gary Sinise starvation juries in the movie he's a mentor of mine and and such a wonderful force were good person for somewhere in the bedroom community of higher ground USA which is based on the Sun Valley Idaho New York Los Angeles and warriors hordes of based on a Bender taxes these are old you know they they they they have different treatments each each foundation but they but largely focus on TV are speech yes warriors horror of all two addresses chemical and or alcohol dependencies and higher ground is also working on the power of the home stretch across the really wonderful organizations and we support and end of movies sports so the film is called sergeant will god no thirty percent of the film's proceeds goes to charities who support those those suffering with PTSD or a traumatic brain injury check it out right now put it on your watch list on Amazon on I tunes we are talking to Max martini all of the unit saving private Ryan and now sergeant will gonna I am in the last few minutes I have to us your professional question Max given that what you're doing with this show you your dedication to the troops the fact that you were shot show I I have a sense that you might be more conservative than than not you requested all right well let let let you know I'm not going to ask you what you are okay I'm going to ask you the context let's set the stage I think you don't think you're getting better in your business if you look at you know what Ricky Joe vase did say recently about awards ceremony Utica Dave Chapelle is incredibly successful a Netflix show it is the political correctness in in Hollywood in the movie industry are we seeing a re dressed to that or is it still an issue you know I look I love what Ricky to raised about the I want to say that the things or are changing you know for me our market Mari dedication is to the warriors that that are all four lines with their protect our freedom and in in for me this is something that you know look here's here's here's my complaint about Hollywood if I'm very used to that when there is a let's say for example a natural disaster all the big bands all the movie stars everybody rallies everybody has that we have how will because we were this morning yet we shall we this incredible amount of support for causes like that where is with the support of the venture community where we have three hundred thousand plus diagnosed cases of local combat related to merit brain injuries in in the middle of the the statistics you know it's not for Christians anymore and it should be banned and so for me I might very soon means everyone of my movie Dermot Mulroney Robert Patrick all she took orders I'm trying to well the Hollywood together to to to to you know do something or get their hands dirty show some support for the people that are good or ensuring that we enjoyed the freedom and liberty that we do as Americans so you know that's my concern your question look I hope are you know you the whole world to a better tomorrow that so who's going to the concert well you're helping to get us to that better tomorrow by the pro there's your chosen he's he's very he should be the diplomatic corps that was very nice to be done Maximillion very impressively done he is supporting those that have stood on the war for us to protect us and our freedoms so let's show appreciation to him and also through his latest project thirty percent of the proceeds of which are going to our veterans and the charities of the supporting especially those with traumatic brain injury in PTSD it's called sergeant will garden it includes co stars Gary Sinise and Robert Patrick and it is of course a vehicle of Maximillion martini follow him a check that his Instagram account it's not too shabby it is also Max martini L. A. and if you come to this wall Max you're gonna come in studio correct absolutely all right god bless you keep doing what you do thank you us about single good this is America first of the Salem radio network coast to coast and we hear also proud of the people make this show possible and.

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"max martini" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Places where you can get your movies your favorite movies love this movie tell us what it's about but also link in this is this the genesis of this film comes from your work on the TV show the unit correct it does yes while we were filming the unit I went to the Middle East a couple times to those of the troops and all I made a terrific friend over there all young larvae were injured there are certain personal qualities in combat when he came back he has returned all what's significant traumatic brain injuries kill or my experience in in trying to sort of help him but you know and and also in my circle of friends but other bodies of you know came back with emotional outdoor physical injuries this it all inspired me to to make a movie to give back to veterans charities which I don't think that Hollywood has ever opened on and and so we've allocated thirty percent of the still to go to three charities that I support that are well credit and debt or or changing the lives of veterans daily so these these charities that focus on brain injury PTS the things like that exactly yeah want one as Gary Sinise starvation jurors in the movie he's a mentor of mine and and such a wonderful force will be personal for somewhere in the bedroom community of higher ground USA which is based on the Sun Valley Idaho New York Los Angeles and warriors hordes of based on a Bender taxes these are old you know they they they they have different treatments each each foundation but they but largely focus on C. B. R. speech yes warriors horror all two addresses chemical and or alcohol dependency use and higher ground is also working on the part of the whole structure crisis we do really wonderful organizations and we support the end of the movie support so the film is called sergeant will god no thirty percent of the film's proceeds goes to charities who support those those suffering with PTSD or a traumatic brain injury check it out right now put it on your watch list on Amazon on I tunes we are talking to Max martini of the unit saving private Ryan and now sergeant will gonna in the last few minutes I have to us your professional question Max given that what you're doing with this show you your dedication to the troops the fact that you were shot show I I have a sense that you might be more conservative than the not all right well let let let you know I'm not gonna also do what you are okay I'm going to ask you the context let's set the stage I think you don't think you're getting better in your business if you look at you know what Ricky Joe vase did say recently about awards ceremony you could pay for pals incredibly successful with a Netflix show it is the political correctness in Hollywood in the movie industry are we seeing the re dressed to that or is it still an issue you know I looked and lo board Ricky to raised about the I want to say that the things or or changing you know from the art market Mari dedication is to the warriors there are also a large with literal protect our freedom and in in for me this is something that you know look here's here's here's my complaint about a Hollywood if I may use that when there is a let's say for example a natural disaster all the big bands all the movie stars everybody rallies everybody has that we have how will pause Woodward's morning yet we shall we this incredible amount of support for causes like that where is the support of the venture community where we have three hundred thousand plus diagnosed cases of local combat related to merit brain injuries in the the statistics you know it's not for Christians anymore and it should be and in so for me I might Kerry should mean everyone of my movie Dermot Mulroney Robert Patrick old shoe to borders I'm trying to well the Hollywood together to to to to you know do something or get their hands dirty show some support for the people that are that are ensuring that we enjoy the freedom and liberty that we do as Americans so well you know that's my concern your question look I hope you know you the whole world to a better tomorrow that so the little birds who's going to the concert well you helping to get us to that better tomorrow by the prodigal chosen he's he's very he should be the diplomatic corps that was very nice to be done Maximillion very impressively done that he is supporting those that have stood on the wall for us to protect us and our freedoms so let's show appreciation to him and also through his latest project thirty percent of the proceeds of which are going to our veterans and the charities of the supporting especially those with traumatic brain injury in PTSD it's called sergeant will god it includes co stars Gary Sinise and Robert Patrick and it is of course a vehicle of Maximillion martini follow him a check that his Instagram account it's not too shabby it is also Max martini L. A. and if you come to this wall Max you're gonna come in studio correct absolutely all right god bless you keep doing what you do thank you us about single good this is America first.

"max martini" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That would be a cop I would love to protect national security which is really interesting because I have in front of me the New York post's mark moles the latest peace White House says Bolton book contains top secret classified information what is the connection between saving private Ryan the unit and thirteen hours the Benghazi movie well they're all great shows a great films but there is an organic connection and it is Maximilian a Mach ten me yet who was it all of the Mister martini do people call you Maximillion just Max Alex Max you standing there next to my broadcast booth I came up to you and said hi and he was so personable you you must be one of the few nice people Hollywood Max looks like you won't look it was in exciting moments who also so we we we shared together but well what what what I'll take the compliment thank you good you should you should because it is rare to beat somebody who dissed reacts like a normal human being when they have led the life you've led now can I just be a little bit of a fat boy now the unit one of the best TV shows I think not just in military terms but just in terms of drama what was it like to work on that show with that group of incredible ensemble actors yeah it we is that was a really just well wonderful experience for me as an actor you know it it would it would be totally launched my career in substantially you're working for David Mamet install you know what it is one of the quirks of getting to play but you're one operators that you get to train with your what operators you also look at the that's the Disneyland aspect of my job to be anywhere I just keeps us on our twenty dated getting the tactics why the the weapons work right do you guys ever have pangs of conscience that you are playing special operators Tetouan guys and you've never been in combat is is that kind of a a moral quandary could you guys it is so well but what was there ever question should I really be doing this what would you do it though it did you know at a certain level thirteen hours level with the private client level to the unit level you could an incredible collaboration between the actual guys and the actors between them so the insurer so much with you from trying to you know a whole life which we which was a large part of our show and and so you know it's so I think look at the in my mind as long as we're doing the honor to their service to the country we're not making a mockery of their experience military then you know it's a one across the board they get represented really well people learn about you know in a unit of operators they normally don't have access to indeed it was a very well made TV so canceled fall to a we will talk about maybe that next but very exciting news you have a new film called coming out called such will gonna will discuss that in a moment he's Max martini follow him on Twitter right now Max martini L. eight like Los Angeles actor director writer producer he's been in thirteen hours captain Phillips Pacific Rim the unit and saving private Ryan and so very very much more we'll be talking to Max martini again in a moment.

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:04 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Max martini starring and he directed also sergeant will Gardner and movie that's been on his heart he put together and it benefited veterans cherries all over the country and we're so proud to bring them back because he's doing even more for veterans groups Max welcome back to America trends. all we're so thrilled now besides that you've been we've got a background with you people recognize you from so many things the unit saving private Ryan I'm among many and now you're starting in the purge and your on the USA network right. I'm in New Orleans where the second doing the purge all we actually finish the show on Thursday. over fifteen and based on the the purge feature franchise for those little familiar it's a horror series which is new for me. as sure as anything besides since will Gardner you put together two more movies in one you're giving away for speaking parts and again the raffle that we hope we all by all our listeners and viewers right now and we'll get details on that but first what we're talking about the purchase can you give us a little more background what's it about she heard is let's say so the store in the story there's twelve hours a year where the law stands at all. do you purge people. it's just over in game for anyone that has a you know. with anyone else. it's kind of one of our lecturers and I play a long course Sir that is use using those words opportunities to to steal from the rich and daughter and mother in an assisted living program and all help his team you know sort of get out alive the life of crime in which are all. tropical smoothie he's he's using it for for some good. heard yet on the USA network in coming out can you give us the dates again. comes on October fifteenth I just a little plug I have another movie on the lyrics called the line which comes out October eighteenth which is another war this is not really my genre salutes or his whole room monster Max martini in October where any recently directed a second film okay there's a purge in there some of your co stars and by the way how many episodes are there. others to know missiles right okay and you just also directed your second from the Manson brothers midnight is on the massacre. so you don't run up to will go order. well let's do something completely different and and my body had a script was izombie comedy and the. reasons of that and and we we put together this is great so much we will sell in November and hopefully get in early two thousand twenty release all gosh that sounds fine your body's any money recognize. because route into being you have seen fighters. store from heroes DB Sweeney from cutting edge lots of lots of familiar faces that you'll you'll recognize ins are. we loved about sergeant will Gardner to we just saw a little clip at the beginning which came out about was it a year ago. this is a lesson that we spoke it was just coming out it's you know it's done amazingly well or street trended on Netflix forever for those who haven't seen it it's still available on iTunes and. was on and in those lists or streaming platforms Amy the responses and tremendous is it really. without exaggerating twenty to thirty to write messages a day from veterans and then you know have said Hey this is my story you know thank you so much for telling that or even smarmy to come forward and and and get help you know what one woman in particular sent me a message saying that he had gone through one of the programs and one of the charity services for warriors **** and that that she really had given us all or some other back in in some of these really wonderful messages from veterans and and a lotus doing in this grassroots kind of way it's fine and wonderful big audience well I really love it too it's it's it's a treasure it's very precious and I don't know patronizing but not really easy you have a background working with it with people who have been serving our country because you were doing background for all your rules. and you just again have the heart for them so not only did you give back thirty percent. from there I got a call no they're all coming up for Max not only do you get thirty percent back SO three groups which we'll talk about a mom at. you really did tell their story because a lot of people can slide off the radar you're not necessarily hearing about the war every day and what people go through and so many of them have come back and it is their lives every single day they don't get their lives back but you told their story and sometimes only through Hollywood can we get these messages out. well you know it's it's a wonderful way to work soon you know communicate and and you know if you have a less is a social statement you know it was a landmark case in order to you know to raise monetary support for veterans and and you know like I said I'm I'm a big supporter of think it is you know it's a result of having. participated in so many more films and TV shows and you know. my base of friends is largely military as a result of that now and I really do have a deep appreciation for what our orders for country our freedom so this is my way of giving back and serve the country but but hopefully this is some this is a little bit of service and and I think I can do a lot of good with with you know what I'm doing and in fact is a great way of giving and of serving we just have to use that vocabulary about it because it is just what it is and you know not for nothing in September is. action not that we know we lose what twenty twenty one veterans military a day and they just think their life is not worth living to anybody so this movie I recommend you go to it take your friends and again your buddies and Gary Sinise some people from the unit be worked with and a lot of people recognize Elizabeth wrong and so again tell us about twenty seconds of the break we'll come back and talk about your new project and and that rascal you're doing. the new project is it's a movie that I'm directing told song down my. and I thought you know while waiting for storage will garner to get to its profit margins you can start sharing with our archer. in a moment but for right now they can't see will Gardner is it still on Netflix Max..

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"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:08 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Stories for so long. Supposed to be. Just an all star cast their for a sergeant will Gardner that opened today in theaters and available video on demand. And we're back with the man behind it, the writer director and the star max MARTINI. Max thank you for coming on America trends love love love it your avenue. Thank you so much where that thrilled. And it must have been thrilling to to have your friends. Gary Sinise, you're from the unit Robert Patrick come come into the fourth this had to be fun shooting it and so. Defying. Oh, gary. Through our charity work and became friends. And you know, we have something in common or veteran or concern for veterans and working with him. One is an actor was such a dream come true, you know, but but being able to collaborate with this on the film with the driving cost behind. It was even better. Roberts. Great friend of mine. Ted. One of the things that was so beautiful about the beginning process of putting this project together. The cast in the people were so passionate about what we were trying to do. I'm trying to accomplish New Mexico a program that. For veterans. So we pulled from the program. We put veterans to work behind the camera. How really oh, yeah, we had in effect. One of the stores were. Tanada is a local Mexico that is that was in the army. He he jumped from a plane. He was injured in that John was parachute tangled bounced on the ground and survived it, and you know, when he came I came into office. And he said, look, you know, I would love to this father was a veteran. I'm a veteran. I had this is this accident and had a difficult time. I will say that not all do. But but a lot of soldiers have difficult times navigating the VA system in. It took a decade to get his Venezuela sedan when we call to give him the the role he was practically living out of his car. So this was about a major success story. And and it was such a great thing that he can join us, and we were able to help him outside essentially, give them a career boost traumatic. Traumatic is a fantastic actor and so happy to Adam a part of this project. Maxine is such a neat story about you have some many. So you're you have Mona vista productions, but any production company, tell us again with this New Mexico, and they can specifically call in and try to hire people who have served our country through the New Mexico film office. They have a veteran veteran program. So if you're a veteran and you're looking to get into movie production, and then there's quite a lot of it in New Mexico. You can call us. In the walk you through the steps, but they're really behind the veteran community there. They have this amazing program. And if you're a filmmaker and you're going to New Mexico. You can get a tax break by using the veterans in your also helping veterans by bringing them on. And it's just a great program all around. So you take advantage of God bless that sounds so knees, I'm I'm just so thrilled that again opening today sergeant will Gardner and on VOD people can just watch it. Now. Click over right after hearing hearing max talk about it. And then it's coming out on Blu Ray too, right? So the the movie comes out on Blu Ray, DVD February nineteenth. Like, you said if people want to follow the progress of this film, one of the things the last phase, let's say of this movie will be the giving back portion, and I really would love to make a spectacle of that. I'm going to get some media attention because I want people to see that Hollywood is giving back, and I think I think that's important. But also just to bring it back into focus a little bit show. I'll be posting to my Instagram. It's max MARTINI. LA Twitter is the same. And so you could follow me in enjoy the film. There's the the hard works been done. Just know that by watching it. We're giving them portion away to to our veterans. Indeed. Yeah. Let's do make a big deal of it. Because it bears repeating thirty percent of the profits for this going back to veterans organizations three of them. And they've been vetted by max MARTINI us such a heart for the military. You know, he's done is due diligence. So it's higher ground warriors heart and the Gary Sinise foundation, and so you can go. Oh there and give our follow max. And and try to support these groups because we'd probably be surprised, you know, we're here. Thanks. But we'd probably be surprised at all the things our veterans suffer when they come home. When we max. There's there's there's the. The big ones are. But you know, the thing that I love about warriors orders in order to to come into that program. You have to have a drug or alcohol dependency? So this. Addressing that. And that's a big one in the veterans community. Sadly, we're still in and around twenty two twenty two days taking their lives. I mean, it's the the thing that I wanted to communicate through this. This film is that. Asking for help is not a show of weakness. It was one of the things that my my ranger buddy had to overcome. And in fact, you don't we had the premiere last night. And it went very well. We had four hundred twenty theater that was packed. But my money was there, and he will be go into one of the programs very shortly. So. That came out of it. But again, you know, there's just a hopefully we've chipped away the sigma, and honestly, we can get more veterans into these programs. It's so great because max MARTINI. This is a man he's been and revenge Pacific rim. He was in saving private business man who guesswork he's not just looking for something to do. So you've carved out all this time to do this and to give back. So, you know, I just wanna say thank you. And and and hope you can absorb that missed all this this excitement to about it coming twenty. We have twenty seconds left. What's next max? Well, I think after this. We might my producer quarterback Haggerty, and I are going to go do something completely different. We're gonna go do an action movie. Go back to New Mexico. Of course, it'll be tapping back into that veteran program, but the company that bought our film is interested in me doing an action sounds direct that one and. Give back direct..

"max martini" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Mean almost everybody had one at the time because I think it's because Frank castle is a white male combat veteran who uses guns sort out his problems, and it just scares the shit out of all these like lefty newspaper editors. So they try to say Frank castle's Nazi or they try to say the punisher the skull symbol is used by cops and soldiers. L was associated with all that. I mean. Yes, Chris Kyle. I believe we're the punisher skull. But I mean shit so did tons of other people altered it to make it his own logo. Now. I don't I don't think. So I'm pretty sure marvel go after in like. The brand's logo was on. A look it up. Craft Chris Kyle because I thought he I thought he altered it. Yeah. For the craft logo. Look that looks exactly like the punishment all crafts logo, which was Chris. Kyle's brand or at least he was a part of the brain. But then look at that a ODA, right? This one here quick on that. Yeah. Craft international foreign international. Yes. I mean, maybe they didn't go after him because look bad. Yeah. I think so I mean, yes, it is very extremely similar. Yeah. Street heavily influenced. And you know, there's one article written. I think it was like in the guardian maybe and it was saying that some some all right Neo Nazi world punisher t-shirt at one point. So there. The punisher is alt-right bacon. These really childish comparisons just stupid shit. So anyway, I wrote my love letter to Frank castle this morning sitting down with my coffee. That'll be up newsra. Yeah. It'll be up. I think the second season comes out on net. Flicks. This friday. So that op Ed will be out before then. And I talk a lot about the punisher actually is forgive terminology. But it's basically a rip off of an earlier character Mack bolan executioner who's written by created by Don Pendleton in nineteen sixty nine and very similar fem-. Vietnam veteran comes home from war and his family has been killed by the mafia so declares a one man war on crime. So I get into a lot of this. And what Don Pendleton intended with this character. He was trying to redefine the soldier after a very unpopular war in Vietnam and Maccabi. Was a character that tried to Don Pendleton use this character to speak to this sort of flower power generation that was about peace in love and talked about, you know, we live in a world with evil and somebody has to stand up to it. And he wasn't suggesting that we all pick up guns and become vigilantes that wasn't the point. But that was a way to dramatize the action for he Don Pendleton actually coined the term action adventure. And so that forums the drama this one man war this holy war on crime. But I think Don Pendleton was just telling all of us in a sense that you know, evil has to be confronted, and when marvel comics decided to create this character, the punisher I mean directly lifted from the pages of Don Pendleton 's the executioner series. So I talk a lot about that. And where this character really came from and what he really represents. And it's not the alt-right white male combat veteran. Coming back home to brutalize criminals and conduct extra judicial murder. So yeah, I mean check that out on the news rep dot com. Probably by the time. This is up that'll be up and on the Hollywood front as well. There's a new season of true detective and the one of the stars is a former marine so we're going to have him on. And we're also going to finally have max MARTINI on soon. So mcq cited for both those two but today we have at Derek on. I know he's standing by. So let's get right to them. Back on the podcast, Ed, Derek author of warm it's images and stories of combat in Iraq, Afghanistan, and beyond as I mentioned him intro. Ed last appearance was three fifteen and you know, not to boost Rigo too much. Ed, the second biggest show of twenty eighteen only behind sergeant major Mike Vining, which I think was pretty cool. And if you guys want to hear about operation Red Wings and extortion seventeen listen back to that show today. We're going to talk..

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Biz Talk Radio

07:11 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Stories for so long. Okay. Horgan? Just an all star cast their for a sergeant will Gardner that opened today in theaters and is available video on demand. And we're back with the man behind it, the writer director and the star max MARTINI. Max thank you for coming on America trends, a low level that you're avenue. Thank you so much. Where's that thrilled? And it must have been thrilling to to have your friends. Gary Sinise, you're from the unit Robert Patrick, come come and support this had to be fun shooting edifying. Gary. Through our charity work became friends. And we had something in common. Veteran or concern for veterans. So working with him one as an actor was such a dream. Come true, you know, but. But being able to collaborate with this on this film have this driving caused behind. It was even better. Roberts. Great friend of mine. Ted. One of the things that it was so beautiful about the beginning process of putting this this project together. The cast in the people were so passionate about what we were trying to do. I'm trying to accomplish New Mexico had a program that. For veterans. So we pulled from the program we veterans to work behind the camera. Really? Oh, yeah. We had. In fact, one of the stores were filmed Tanada is a local address New Mexico that is that was in the army. He jumped from a plane his he was injured in that John was parachute tangled bounced on the ground and survived it, and you know, when he came on he came into office and with Florida this. My father was a veteran. I'm a veteran. I had this this accident and had a difficult time. I will say that not all do. But but a of soldiers have difficult times navigating the VA system. It took a decade to get his benefits. You don't want. We call to give him the the role. He was practically living out of his car. So this was a major success story. And and it was such a great thing that he can join us, and we were able to help him out financially and give them a career a boost traumatic. Traumatic is a fantastic actor and so happy to avenue. A part of this project. Max that is such a neat story about you have so many. So you you have Mona vista productions, but any production company, tell us again, what this New Mexico, and they can specifically call in and try to hire people who have served our country. There's there's a through the New Mexico film office. They have a veteran veteran program. So if you're a veteran and you're looking to get into movie production, and then there's quite a lot of it in New Mexico. You can call. The walk you through the steps, but they're they're really behind the veteran community there, and then they have this amazing program. And if you're a filmmaker and you're going to New Mexico. You can you get a tax break by using the veterans in in your also helping veterans by bringing them on. And it's just a great program all around. So. Yeah. Take advantage of God. Bless sounds so knees, I'm I'm just so thrilled that again opening today sergeant will Gardner and on VOD people can just watch it. Now. Click over right after hearing hearing max talk about it. And then it's coming out on Blu Ray too, right? So the movie comes out on Blu Ray, DVD February nineteenth. Like, you said if people want to follow the progress of this film, one of the things that the last phase, let's say of this movie will be the giving back portion, and I really would love to make a spectacle of that. I'm gonna get some media attention because I want people to see that Hollywood is giving back, and I think I think that's important, but also just to bring it back into focus a little bit. So I'll be posting to my Instagram. It's macs. More tedious. Twitter is the same. And yes, you could follow me. And enjoy the film. There's the the hard works been done just know that by watching we're giving a portion of our veterans. Indeed, let's do make a big deal of it. Because it bears repeating thirty percent of the prophets for this going back to veterans organizations three of them. And they've been vetted by max MARTINI who has such a heart for the military. You know, he's done is due diligence. So it's higher ground warriors heart and the Gary Sinise foundation, and so you can go there and give our follow max. And and try to support these groups because we probably be surprised, you know, we hear things, but we'd probably be surprised at all the things our veterans suffer when they come home. What we max. There's the. The big ones are P T, S and TBI. But you know, the thing that I love about warriors orders in order to to come into that program. You have to have a drug or alcohol dependency? So this dressing. Addressing that. And that's a big one in the veterans community sadly were still in and around twenty two twenty two a day taking their lives. I mean, it's it's the the thing that I wanted to communicate through this. This film is that. Asking for help is not a show of weakness. You know? I was one of the things that my my ranger, buddy. Had to overcome. And in fact, we had the the premiere last night. And it went very well. We had a four hundred twenty theater that was packed. But my. Was there and he will be go into one of the programs shortly. So. Came out of it. But again, you know, others just hopefully we've chipped away the sigma, and honestly, we can get more veterans under these programs. It's so great because max MARTINI. This is a man he's been and revenge Pacific rim. He was in saving private. And this is a man who gets work. He's not just looking for something to do. So you've carved out all this time to do this and to give back. So, you know, I just wanna say thank you. And and and hope you can absorb that. Amidst all this this excitement to about it coming twenty we have twenty seconds left. What's next max? Well. My producer quarterback Haggerty. And I are going to go do something completely different. We're going to go do an action movie. Go back to New Mexico. Tapping back into that veteran program, but the company that bought our film is interested in me doing an action film, semester, direct that one and. Give back into directives ribs real payoff for me creatively..

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Biz Talk Radio

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I mean, he's just really truly someone consistently. He must be so chaotic you because he he is. We know the Gary Sinise has such harp our military as you do. And I mean, this this you can give them back so much with this. So let's just say one more time to Gary Sinise foundation, warriors heart and higher ground. So if if anyone wants to help these are three that you do recommend or if you don't have these jotted down right now, follow max, MARTINI or sergeant will Gardner on social media. Find out about this go see this movie and max, please tell us about this was that tell us from from conception how long ago when did this idea spark the idea started when I was on the unit. I had made a couple of trips to the Middle East. I befriended an army ranger at Iraq. Shitting contact. Towards the head of the war. And he was voicing concerns to me about conditions that he was that he was facing like, sleep deprivation, and anger issues. You know, I think he was he was petrified to conform master help. Wow. When he came home. I will prep especially survived to ID. So he had a. You know, a significant amount of traumatic brain injury. And when he came home in a very difficult time reintegrating and actually saw homeless at a certain. He really. Affected me profoundly. So as I didn't have answers for him. I thought I had this incredible basis of friends and fans and. Maybe I can do something that has been done before and make a movie that gives back in. Such as people in a different way. And so it inspired me to create this film that I didn't know what was going to be able to get off the ground took so long because we were meeting with finance years, but telling them that we were going to give our province away. And yet we couldn't offer a ride off. We weren't set up as a charity and instill approved difficult, but we actually found two incredible table to come in at the eleventh hour on your Hanson, and they gave us our money into real well done, thanks to them. And thanks to you. I I can't wait to see the whole thing because the trailer does look precious. So you took some of these stories you'd heard he'd seen firsthand, and you integrate them into your character, the main character and sergeant will Gardner, tell us a little bit more about your character. Yeah. I would say the the story in the character were inspired by my relationship with my army ranger, buddy. But. You know, the story it's not about what I wanted to do was was show. Character that that, you know, had minor TBI that had some PSC that was suffering from from conditions that so many of our soldiers faced not all of them. But so many. But also I wanted to portray a character that remains your Rolex route the film and that. One of the things that I wanted to do what I think our college. Well, was that I didn't want to tell a story about a soldier was suffering one audience through two hours of watching someone suffer. I wanted my story to be about the beginning several the healing process. So that it really inspires veterans. That may not have come forward and ask for help to do. So in inspires viewers to also get involved in in Linda hands supported charities board. Our support another one, but to really supportive veteran community that is still to this day suffering out there, and it's not flip page news, Lee, more, and it should be. But we need to not forget that we still have. We still have service people that the NATO. Absolutely. There's even going to your page there quotes that you have about. Wanting to help people veterans, and and people who are homeless who have served our country. So valiantly you say I want to I want people to take the initiative define veterans that need help veterans that are suffering in native assistance reintegrating from combat back into society into normal family lives and jobs, and as you well know, the families really don't know what it's like because they haven't been there. So you were so true to represent this. Hey, max, can we hold you over to the next segment talking a little bit more great? If it's coming out starting it will Gardner came out today in theaters and video on demand and soon on Blu Ray. And we're talking to max MARTINI that guy.

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Biz Talk Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Gardner it opens and theaters and in on video d today. So look for that everywhere. This was a labor of love by an actor director writer named max. Martini whom you will recognize for many many things including saving private Ryan, the unit revenge that great TV series, the fifty shades of grey trilogy. And there that's a shot from saving private Ryan. So this was a labor of love, and he has a heart for the military. So we are so glad to welcome max. Martini back to America trends. Welcome. You so much. This must be terribly exciting for you right now. Even watching the trailer. Moment. You know, it's been a really long journey. We got it done, and it's such a huge accomplishment or make a movie period. To to make one that's giving to charities which to my knowledge hasn't been done in Hollywood before. Bigger accomplishments. I'm really proud of it. Yeah. Let's mention that. Because you went and found backers who would agree and this took some doing who would agree for sergeant will Gardner to give back to three charities that support the military max, yes, we're giving to higher ground, which is based on Idaho, warriors, Florida, which is reset of Texas and the garysinisefoundation I'm happy if he wants to go into what they're doing. But the just three incredible organizations that they get money and assistance to veterans in need in and they were well, vetted and. In doing. Well, I know with your background in the research you've done for for roles going overseas to be with our servicemen and women that you would have done your due diligence. So please do tell us a little bit about these charities. We're so glad to hear it was so higher ground is is assisting veterans using recreational therapy conventional therapies. One of the things that I love the most about this program three or four work with veterans. So once you complete therapy. They stay on you for three years. I make sure that your reintegrating their healing. They just opened up a brash and Los Angeles, which is additionally focusing on homeless veterans, which is very passionate about helping are almost veteran community and warriors is based on a Texas. They are aiding veterans and active duty service people and first responders which was kind of cool. Suffering from drug and or alcohol dependencies..

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"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Miniature got sick during the war. That's decision. He made win. Just because you didn't take a bullet over there. Stories for so long. Okay. Organ liberal. Just an all star cast their for a sergeant will Gardner that opened today in theaters and is available video on demand. And we're back with the man behind it, the writer director and the star max MARTINI. Max thank you for coming on America. Trans love love love it that you're having me. Thank you so much. Where's that thrilled? And it must have been thrilling to to have your friends. Gary Sinise, you're from the unit Robert Patrick, come come and support this it had to be fun shooting it and so at a firing. Gary. Through our charity work and became friends. Weird something in common or concern for veterans. Working with him. One is an actor was such a dream. Come true, you know, but but being able to collaborate with this on the film with the this driving cars behind it was even better. Roberts. Great friend of mine. Head to the castle. One of the things that it was so beautiful about the beginning processes of putting this this project together. The cast in the people were so passionate about what we were trying to do. I'm trying to accomplish New Mexico had a program that. For veterans. So we pulled from the program. We put veterans to work behind the camera. Really? Oh, yeah. We had one of the stores were. Tanada is a local address in Mexico that is was in the army. He he jumped from the plane as he was injured in that John was parachute. Tangled he bounced on the ground and survived it, and you know, when he came I came into office. And he said, look, you know with Florida this. My father was a veteran. I'm a veteran. I had this is this accident and had a difficult time. I will say that not all do. But but a lot of soldiers have difficult time navigating the VA system. It took a decade to get his Venezuela sedan. You don't want we call to give him the the role. He was practically living out of his car. So this was a major success story. And and it was such a great thing that he could join us, and we were able to help him out financially and give them a career a boost his traumatic traumatic is fantastic actor, and so happy to affordable projects max that is such a neat story about you have some many. So you you have Mona vista productions, but any production company, tell us again with this New Mexico, and they can specifically call in and try to hire people who have served our country. There's there's a through the New Mexico film authors. They have a veteran veteran program. So if you're a veteran and you're looking to get into movie production, and then there's quite a lot of it in New Mexico. You can call. The walk you through the steps. But they're they're really behind the veteran community there. And they have this amazing program. And if you're a filmmaker and you're going to New Mexico. You can get a tax break by using the veterans in in your also helping veterans by bringing them on. And it's just a great program all around. So, you know, take advantage of God bless that sounds so knees. I'm just so thrilled that again opening today sergeant will Gardner and on VOD people can just watch it. Now. Click over right after hearing here. Max talk about it. And then it's coming out on Blu Ray to right? So the movie comes out on Blu Ray, DVD February nineteenth..

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Biz Talk Radio

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I mean, he's just really truly someone consistently. He must be because he he is. We know that Gary Sinise has such Harper military as you do. And I mean, this this you've given back so much with this. So let's just say one more time. The Gary Sinise foundation, warriors heart and higher ground. So if if anyone wants to help these three that you do recommend or if you don't have these down right now, follow max, MARTINI or sergeant will Gardner on social media. Find out about this go see this movie and max, please tell us about this. Tell us from from conception how long ago when did this idea spark the idea started when I was on the unit had made a. A couple of trips to the Middle East. I befriended an army ranger in Iraq. We should in concert. This is sort of towards the head of the war. And he was voicing concerns to me about. Conditions that he was that he was facing like, sleep deprivation and anger issues. I think he was he was petrified to come forward. Master held. Wow. When he came home. I will prep especially he he survived to ID. So he had a significant amount of dramatic brain injury. When he came home. He had a very difficult time reintegrating and actually saw homeless. He really. Affected me profoundly. As I didn't have answers for him. I thought I have this incredible basis, friends and fans and. Maybe I can do something that hasn't been done before and make a movie that gives back in. Such people in a different way. And so it inspired me to to create this film that I didn't know it was unified is going to be able to get off the ground took so long because we were meeting with flight, it's yours, but telling them that we were going to give our province away. And yet we couldn't offer a ride off. We weren't set up a charity and instill approve difficult that we actually found two incredible table to come in at the eleventh hour on your Hanson. And and they gave us our money into real well done, thanks to them. And thanks to you. I I can't wait to see the whole thing because the trailer does look precious. So you took some of these stories you've heard you've seen firsthand, and you integrate them into your character, the main character and sergeant will Gardner, tell us a little bit more about your character. I would say the the story in the character were inspired by what Biden by relationship with the army ranger, buddy. But. You know, the story it's not about what I wanted to do was was show. Character that that had minor TBI that that had some that was suffering from from conditions that so many of our soldiers face, not all of them. But so many. But also I wanted to portray the character that remains your low X route the film and that. One of the things that I wanted to do what I think I accomplish. Well, was that I didn't want to tell a story about a soldier was suffering. I didn't want audience through two hours of watching someone suffer. I wanted my story to be about the beginning of a healing process. So that it really inspires veterans. That may not have come forward and ask for help to do. So in inspires, our viewers to also get involved in in Linda, hands, a charity support our support another one. But to really, you know. Supportive veteran community that is still to the to the stay suffering out there in it's not flip page news anymore, and it shouldn't be. Not forget that we still have. We still have service people that need our help. Absolutely. There's even going to your page. There are quotes that you have about. Wanting to help people veterans, and and people who are homeless who have served our country. So valiantly you say I want to I want people to take the initiative define veterans that need help veterans that are suffering in a native assistance reintegrating from combat back into society into normal family, lives and jobs, and as you well know, the families really don't know what it's like because they haven't been there. So you were so true to represent this. Hey, max, can we hold you over to the next segment talk a little bit more? Great because it's coming out starting will Gardner came out today in theaters and video on demand.

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"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Unit revenge that great TV series, the fifty shades of grey trilogy. And we're well there that's a shot from saving private Ryan. So this was a labor of love, and he has a heart for the military. So we are so glad to welcome max. Martini back to America trends. Welcome. You so much. This must be terribly exciting for you right now. Even watching that trailer a bit of a moment. You know, it's it's been a really long journey. But we we got it done, and it's such a huge accomplishments or make a movie period to to make one that's giving to charities which to my knowledge has been done in Hollywood before. Bigger accomplishments. Yeah. Let's mention that. Because you went and found backers who would agree and this took some doing who would agree for sergeant will Gardner to give back to is. Is it three charities that support the military max, yes, we're giving to higher ground, which is based on Idaho. Warriors, clergy straight-set stretches, and the garysinisefoundation I'm happy if you want to go into what they're doing. But the just three incredible organizations that they get money and assistance divisions in need. And and they were well vetted. In all of the work that they're doing. Well, I know with your background in the research you've done for for roles going overseas to be with our servicemen and women that you would have done your due diligence. So please do tell us a little bit about these charities. We're so glad to hear it was so higher ground is assisting veterans using recreational therapy conventional therapies. One of the things that I love the most about this program of a three or fall work with veterans. So once you complete therapy. They stay on you for three years. They make sure that your reintegrating that you're feeling they just opened up a branch in Los Angeles, which is additionally focusing on homeless veterans. I'm very passionate about helping are almost veteran community and warriors flirt is based on a Texas. They are aiding veterans and active duty service people and first responders which was kind of cool. Suffering from drug and or alcohol dependencies. In the garysinisefoundation curious of force veterans communities. He's practically dedicated his life to serving veterans and. Foundation is everything from entertaining around the world to building homes for veterans to outshooting homes for veterans with disabilities to even just recently took thousands of gold star moms and their kids to Disneyland..

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Biz Talk Radio

07:41 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Miniature got sick during the war. William. He made win. Just because you take a bullet over there. Mischaracterizing survivors more stories for so long. Okay. Just an all star cast their for sergeant will Gardner that opened today in theaters and available video on demand. And we're back with the man behind it, the writer director and the star max MARTINI. Max thank you for coming on America trends, a love love asking. Avenue. Thank you so much. Where's that thrilled? And it must have been thrilling to to have your friends. Gary Sinise, you're from the unit Robert Patrick come come into support this had to be fun shooting it and so at a fine. Gary. Through our charity work and became friends. We had something in common or veteran or concern for veterans and working with him one as an actor was such a dream come true, you know, but but being able to collaborate with this on this film with this driving cost behind. It was even better Roberts. Great friend of mine. One of the things that was so beautiful about the beginning process of putting this this project together. The cast and the people were so passionate about what we were trying to do. I'm trying to accomplish New Mexico headed a program that. For veterans. So we pulled from their program with veterans to work behind the camera. Oh, yeah. We had in effect. One of the stores were filmed. Is a local Mexico that is that was in the army. He he jumped from a plane. He was injured in that John parachutes AOL eve bounced on the ground and survived it, and you know, when he came I came into office, and he said looking. Florida this. My father was a veteran. I'm a veteran. I had this is this accident and had a difficult time. And I will say that not all do. But a lot of soldiers have difficult times navigating the VA system. It took a decade to get his venison. Don't want. We call to give him the the role. He was practically living out of his car. So this was a major success story. And and it was such a great thing that he could join us. We were able to help him out financially. Give them a career boost. He's just a traumatic is a fantastic actor and so happy to apartment this project. Maxine is such a neat story about you have so many. So you you have Mona vista productions, but any production company, tell us again with this New Mexico, and they can specifically call in and try to hire people who have served our country. There's there's a through the the New Mexico film office. They have a veteran veteran program. So if you're a veteran and you're looking to get into movie production, and then there's quite a lot of it in New Mexico. You can call us. The walk you through the steps. But they're they're really behind the veteran community there. And they have this amazing program. And if you're a filmmaker and you're going to New Mexico. You get a tax break by using the veterans and in you're also helping veterans by bringing them on. And it's just a great program all around. So you take advantage of God bless that sounds so knees, I'm I'm just so thrilled that again opening today sergeant will Gardner and on VOD people can just watch it. Now. Click over right after hearing hearing max talk about it. And then it's coming out on Blu Ray too, right? So the the movie comes out on Blu Ray, DVD February nineteenth. Like, you said if people want to follow the progress of this film, one of the things the last. Say of this movie will be the giving back portion, and I really would love to make a spectacle of that. I'm gonna get some media attention because one I want people to see that Hollywood is giving back, and I think I think that's important. But also just to bring it back into focus a little bit show. I'll be posting to my Instagram. It's max MARTINI. LA Twitter is the same. And yes, you could follow me. And enjoy the film. There's the the hard works been done. Just know that by watching that we're giving them portion of veterans. Indeed, let's do make a big deal of it. Because it bears repeating thirty percent of the prophets for this going back to veterans organizations three of them. And they've been vetted by max MARTINI us such a heart for the military. You know, he's done is due diligence. So it's higher ground warrior heart and the Gary Sinise foundation, and so you can go there and give our follow max. And and try to support these groups because we'd probably be surprised. We're here. Thanks. But we'd probably be surprised at all the things our veterans suffer when they come home. What we max. Yeah. I think you know, there's there's. The. The big ones are. But you know, the thing that I love about worriers orders in order to to come into that program. You have to have a drug or alcohol dependency? So this they're addressing that. And that's a big one in the veterans community. You know, sadly, we're still in and around twenty two twenty two day taking their lives. I mean, it's the the thing that I wanted to communicate through this. This film is that. Asking for help is not a show of weakness. It was one of the things that my my ranger, buddy. Had to overcome. And in fact, you don't we had the the premiere last night. And it went very well. We had a four hundred twenty six theaters that was packed. And. Was there, and he will be go into one of the programs very shortly. So. That came out of it. But again, you know, others just hopefully we've chipped away the stigma, and honestly, we can get more veterans into this program. It's so great because max MARTINI. This is a man he's been and revenge Pacific rim. He was in saving private business. A man who guesswork he's not just looking for something to do. So you've carved out all this time to do this and to give back. So, you know, I just want to say, thank you. And and and hope you can absorb that. Amidst all this this excitement to about it coming twenty we have twenty seconds left. What's next max? Well, I think after this. We might have my producer quarterback Haggerty, and I are going to go do something completely different. We're gonna go do an action movie going back to New Mexico. Tabbing back into that veteran program. The company that bought our film is interested in me doing an action. Sounds store and direct that one. And. Give back into directives.

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790 KABC

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Leeann introduce your friend, max, max MARTINI who actually has been on my podcast years ago. Actually, the first time we've met in person. But we we have a lot of friends in common and down a mandatory and Michael Broderick. And I saw this obviously with our friends in common. I saw this. The trailer when it first came out. And I just said oh my God. This is amazing. And it has our friend Gary Sinise. And you tell our audience what the movie's about and why you made this film. Well, it's about a soldier that comes back from combat. And experiencing minor TBI PTS's displaced when we meet them. And it's it's really a story about his journey is healing. Let's say, and I think that's what differentiates or film from other films about T S. So so you follow this main character? And and you see that. You know, even though he suffering from these conditions, and even though, you know, he's a very low point in his life. He's capable of employment is capable of being a father. He's capable of being a loving companion. And and and in. I think the point of the film is to inspire soldiers that are that are experiencing difficulties to come forward and ask for help that it's out there, if they're having difficulty navigating the VA system, there is an option, you know, and and as a result of of the healing. They too can be a. Help other veterans that are experiencing. Okay. You wrote? This film is is sergeant will garner is he a true character. Or did you take this from from other people, maybe you've met or did you take get it from Tom? I mean, how did how did you write this story? I was I was doing a TV series called the unit back. Four years and during that time, I went to the Middle East twice. And and I met a an army ranger over there. And so he while he was in combat we stayed in communication, and and while he was overseas. He suddenly came out and told me he was having. Just experiencing some things that were symptomatic of traumatic brain injury. And and then when he came home had a very difficult time reintegrating, so heat, our communication inspired me to write this movie. It's not based on his his his experiences per se. But but he really was the cat of catalysts and Tom your involvement. Yeah. No involvement in the movie of them being friends with max, but with wars heart foundation, just like max was saying how brings that awareness to some of the struggles not all of our veterans go through, but a large majority. I mean with the veteran's suicide rate of twenty a day, obviously, there's a problem so as not just awareness of the invisible wounds that we talk about this kind of makes them visible in the movie. You know, it it also makes us aware of the solutions that we now have worth. So it's not just this doom and gloom story kinda good luck. You know, it's awareness about the problems. What they look like. But then also like what we bring to the table when that's the solution aspect in the healing solution being how do you would you say solution? What are you thinking whenever I say solution? You know, the majority of them veterans struggle with PTS mile TBI chemical dependencies. Yeah. So in that solution that we found through my own experience, and many others is that you know, you have to treat all three things, and you have to treat them in order of which will kill him. I, you know, which is the chemical dependency piece in the TB IPT s you know, and that's what we do. And then at the foundation, we help subsidize that treatment costs because our veterans aren't taking care of the way that they should be taken care of. So we're filling in the gap to one of the issues that I'm contending with in. Tune with Frederick is there's a resistance to come into care because I'm not a veteran..

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"max martini" Discussed on 790 KABC

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01:51 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on 790 KABC

"I don't have that kind of connected. You would have you? Are you the warm handshake as they say it gets men? Absolutely. You know and their warriors hard. I mean that population is veterans, active duty and first responders only. So it's that same coach same population. So you you get that peer to peer network, and you get that kind of helps break the ice, which you have. Struggle breaking through our met with guys like it. Just it just. Yeah. Just the warm handshake. You know, we we we do with drug addicts. We know how to do that with recovering people. But veterans have a special need for somebody that I bet you got into this to max is the intensity. Those relationships in combat are almost you can't find it in the civil civilian life, and they feel disconnected and injured and on drugs or whatever. And so it's really quite a challenge. I was with Tom's brother, Scott recently. And and. He has a podcast that I did. And you know, he was saying which I think is is just spot on is that we, you know, we invest so much money in in turning someone into a soldier in sending them to specialty schools into and really preparing them for for combat, and if we invested as much time and money into their exit strategy as we do you wouldn't have to spend. That's the thing is if you really targeted a properly right because there's guys like like Tom that want to help out right? It's a it's a peer to peer kind of a thing. Absolutely. Yeah. We're gonna take another little break here. Thank you, gentlemen. Again, working. They find out about the film, if they want to go to website or anything the films available on VOD and in theaters on the eleventh and DVD and Blu Ray on the nineteenth. Is there a website dedicated to the phone? They can follow my Instagram at max MARTINI, L A and Twitter's the same handle, max MARTINI. L A go there. I'm gonna give away more tickets before we come back..

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02:22 min | 3 years ago

"max martini" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Because tomorrow is d day. It's the last day of of talking before Thursday morning at seven or whenever it is that they decided they're not going to go back into the classrooms. If if if my understanding is correct if the teachers do go on strike L A USD has plans to keep all of the schools open with either substitute teachers are, however they're going to do it for almost half a million students is that correct? That's correct. And the question is will the teacher's union? Do anything to disrupt that I think that that's a question. And the only thing that we get from the union when we asked that question. Are you going to be picketing outside and calling substitute teachers scabs and all that kind of stuff when we asked him all they say is the parents will make their choice to either send their kids to school or not. Well, of course. Every day. Anyone put food on the table and pay the rent? Yes. So my God that doesn't tell us what kind of opposition substitute teachers are going to face when they show up to help educate these kids who still learn how to read write and read a book from cover to cover to my God. It's so frustrating. All right. Jim. We'll thank you as always. I know you keep a close watch on this particular story as many others than we always. Thank you. Thank you very much. Jim roope. ABC news. Reporter we are after the break going to speak. We're going to actually have in here. Tom spirit, someone, you know, Tom, right, max MARTINI. Max martini. Tell us. Would you max MARTINI is an actor? And you've seen him in a lot of movies. He was actually the driver. And the oh my gosh. The books the S M books that were the big the three part movies. The oh. Yes. Yes. Yes. And he was you've seen everything. But he's doing this movie. It's a veterans movie about a guy who comes back from the war. And it's about PTSD. Gary Sinise is in it. And he he's just a a great guy was on one of my podcast. We will have also Tom Spooner, a former special forces green, beret, warriors heart foundation. It'll be in here as well. So we'll have a conversation about reintegrating really the key part that sometimes have been missed reintegrating our soldiers back into the the the fall into the civilian life. That's right. Eight hundred two two two five two two of comments about that teacher strike. Stay tuned to hear this very true story about the veterans that's slightly and Dr during this midday live. Cool..

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