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Fresh update on "mel gibson" discussed on Unorthodox
"Crew, look, like many of you, I am a fan of the charismatic bossy actor Mel Gibson. I loved him when I was a kid for his roles as Danny Glover's costar in lethal weapon and a few somewhat forgettable sequels. I think about eating a bullet. Well, I do. I do. I even got a special one for the occasion with a hollow point. Look, make sure it blows the back of my goddamn head out to the job right. Got it down to turn it on. Guys like you don't die on toilets. Anyway, I'm here and I'm not planning on going just now. Okay. Let's do it. And also for his turn as Hamlet, which came out into the theaters when I was in high school and became the definitive Hamlet for me. Alas, poor yorick. I knew him horatio. A fellow of infinite jest of most excellent fancy. But somewhere along the way, I couldn't help but notice that he was also a raging lunatic anti semite. Some of his anti semitic comments made news. Thursday night, Mel Gibson was arrested on the Pacific Coast highway with a bottle of tequila and his brand new Lexus, and he was clocked at about 84 miles an hour and a 45 mile an hour zone. We're now finding out today he not only leveled some what can only be perceived as anti semitic comments to the officer, but also some pretty harassing sexually harassing comments to a female officer. So there's a lot more to this story. And occasionally, an apology, however half hearted, might also make the news. Catholic wrote, I am not a bigot hatred of any kind goes against my faith and asked the Jewish community to help in his journey through recovery from alcohol. But recently, Gibson was in the news, not because of anything he said, but because Josh Molina, a favorite actor of ours, called on Gibson to be canceled. Josh Molina is known to many of us for his fine work in west wing. Because government should be a place where people come together. And no one gets left behind. An instrument of good. And he's also known to podcast listeners for his work on the long running podcast west wing weekly, which he co hosted with podcaster extraordinaire, appreciate your way, also known for his work on song exploder. Now, Molina has a new podcast coming out. It's called chutzpah. And we'll talk a little bit about that. But before we do, we wanted to pull him into the virtual tablet studios to talk about this article for the Atlantic magazine, which ran on December 2nd and was headlined, cancel Mel Gibson. Why is Hollywood still hiring this raging anti semite? Josh Molina, what finally moved you to write this piece for the Atlantic, saying you couldn't pay me enough to work with Mel Gibson and then basically insisting nobody else work with him either. Why now? Well, as many of my detractors would point out, I'm not sure that I ever have been close to working with Mel Gibson. A lot of shots being taken out my career and they're all welcome. Please keep them coming. The truth is, I have used social media channels, Twitter in particular to take shots at Gibson as I want to do. And Jeff Goldberg, the editor in chief of the Atlantic reached out to me through a mutual friend, rabbi Shira stutman, with whom I am about to launch a new podcast. And said, do you think he might be willing to write at greater length than Twitter length about this topic? And as with all things, my first impulse was to say no, because it seemed hard. And I don't really like to do anything difficult. That's why I went into acting. It's amazing when you get over 20 or 30 words how hard it all gets. It's like all of a sudden it's like I might have to deal with nuance. But I decided to go for it and I'm happy that I did. It really wasn't even my initial concept. It was Jeff. You correctly pointed out and again, I'm quoting from your piece. Gibson is a well-known Jew hater. His prejudices are well documented. So my question is, what does a guy have to do these days to get put in Hollywood's no fly list? And, you know, we've been asking that question on the pod for a while now. It seems dare I say it that somehow anti semitism doesn't count that you can be the most mild bigot toward other communities and somebody will at least notionally call for you to lose work, but you can actually be a sort of proud flag flying anti semite, whatever flag they fly it. And nobody cares at all in this day of inclusion and anti hate speech and great progress. Somehow people seem to have lost sight of the fact that Jews are a minority. I think we are about a third of a percent of the world's population. I call that a minority. I think many people when they see us do not see minority. So you've stepped into a debate that we have all the time about. What do we cancel? What do we not cancel? What do we listen to? What do we not listen to? You write, put me down as an Ardent fan of Roald Dahl Pablo Picasso and Edith Wharton can't get enough of what they're selling, but these three at least had the good taste to die. So you seem to be saying anti semites now dead, no harm in listening to them or watching them or reading them if they have the poor taste to still be alive and inflicting themselves on us. Let's give them a rest. How do you draw these lines? Well, okay, I was partially just being cheeky, but if I'm candid in terms of my own approach, it is easier for me to separate the art from the artist when I'm not giving the artist my money to enjoy his or her output. You know, yes, the Roald Dahl the state is getting money when I buy a book of his and so on. But for some reason, it's easier. Once removed, I can listen to Wagner because I know Wagner isn't out having a vacation in the Riviera because I bought his albums. So that's just me. I love the idea of the idea of buying Wagner's albums. I will also say in terms of this whole thing, I think the piece was done a slight disservice by the headline, which I did not write, which is cancel Mel Gibson. Because I think my point is a little bit more nuanced. I'm not super pro canceled culture. If cancel culture means, you know, obliterating and complete erasure of a person. You know, want to go see Mel Gibson's old movies fine. I have no problem with that. We don't have to forget that he ever lived. I'm just making a public call to entities like Warner Brothers studios, which was founded by Jews to maybe give a second thought as to whether you want to give a high profile job to this guy. And what I'm saying also to anybody who reads this, maybe don't buy a ticket, even though you love the lethal weapon franchise. Don't go to it. I'm not really saying, yay, cancel culture. I need everybody does anything. Let's completely get rid of them or I should be the arbiter of who gets canceled and who doesn't. I'm just writing a piece. It's an opinion piece. It's what I think. And as a Jew, I'm deeply offended by the idea that Mel Gibson is still getting work. Where are the people? And again, it's like, when it comes to fame and fortune, it was always the second one I was after. But occasionally, I feel like I wish I were had a higher profile because I have the balls to say that's where I draw the line. I'm not gonna work with that guy. Tell me about the back channeling. Like, what are the emails you get? Did you get emails from any Jewish Hollywood Friends of yours? Because I've heard there's some other Jews in Hollywood I've heard you're not the one who said like, Josh, thank you for saying it. I don't want to say it, but thank you for saying it. Or conversely, Josh, why are you kicking up storm? You're making the Jews look, but what's the back channel communication from the other yidden? Yeah. Good question. I've had very positive feedback, although I will say some of it was along the lines of way to go, brother. We stand with you, and I'm like, well, other than emailing me, how are you standing with me? In other words, I'm glad to get this feedback, but standing with me in a more visible fashion would be a greater, more tangible endorsement of my points. So I will say I sent the article to many of my high profile Friends, Jewish and not who have big social media followings and If you think it has merit, I'd appreciate it if you shared it. And many of my friends came through. I would say maybe most of them not Jewish. So I don't know if that's true. So who's the Jew we can lean on who hasn't come through yet?.
Fresh update on "mel gibson" discussed on Unorthodox
"I am Leah leibowitz joined today by the one and only the luminous tablets deputy editor, Stephanie, Buttigieg. Hello Stephanie. Hi, Elle. So Mark Oppenheimer, papa, as he's known around these parts, is on the last leg of his whirlwind book tour, so he will be sitting this one out, but today, we bring you an interview with mahjong scholar annalise Heinz. I was not allowed to be on this interview because I still haven't figured out what mahjong is, as well as a conversation with unique levy, the premier Israeli news anchor about, what's it like to cover politics in a country that has elections every Wednesday? We also have a very special treat following his creed occur this week about why Mel Gibson still gets to make movies while he got a sense some problematic things about Jews. Our favorite friend of the show, actor writer, thinker leader, Joshua Molina will be joining us live from Los Angeles, but before we talk to any of these important and scholarly and knowledgeable Jews and gentiles, we speak of those Jews, we love most. Ourselves, Stephanie how's it going? Leo, I want to say you've actually never gotten to intro the show before. Never in its 6 year history. For some reason, when marks out, it's like, okay, Stephanie, now you read the intro, and it's like the third, you're the third choice. I am the third most responsible adult in the team of three, which is pretty much the story of my life. I'm very grateful to you for letting me do this. It's very funny because you did a great job and you actually host your own podcast a daily podcast where you get to intro it every day. So if listeners to take one, that's why I do it. I'm like the member of the beatle who left be like, oh yeah, I'll show them that I can also write songs by putting out a song every single day. That's amazing. Well, thank you for your kind words. How are you? How's the lovely baby Edith? Baby, Edith actually was part of her first zoom event last night inadvertently, I was moderating a wonderful talk about the cultural history of Hanukkah with two former orthodox guests, Jenna wife and Jocelyn, the wonderful historian and Marjorie engle friend of the show and a great writer. It was through the museum of Jewish heritage. It was really, really fun and then halfway through Edith broke up from her nap. And so I have my zoom screen and open on my computer and then write underneath it. I have my phone with the monitor app. And I see the timing. I just see this. You see, wild thrashing. Yeah, I just basically see that this plan is not a good one. So I discreetly turn my video off and my microphone as well. And I know that these two panelists can totally self moderate. I mean, right, that's the genius thing about moderating an event with Jews. You could totally just set them up and then leave. They will still be talking when you totally just log off. Have a bath have a nap. But it was great 'cause I came back. I turned my computer screen back on and I had a baby with me. So the good news is it's Jewish continuity, baby. What are you gonna say? You can't bring your baby on a Zoom. And so she it's a kind of America. She hung out with me on the Zoom for a little bit and I basically got zoom bomb by my baby. Right, and no one no one spoke of anything but your baby probably for the rest of that conversation. It was great. And I think that's actually a good thing to do now. If a call is running long or getting boring or if this episode, like I was going to show up on this episode with just like her on the Zoom and just assume that everyone would be more excited than they would be to see me. It's like, I'm her understudy. Also, what a great excuse it is. Whenever a zoom goes a little too long for your preference, be like, oh, excuse me, my baby just needs, I'm just gonna go to my bed. Goodbye. And they're like, your baby isn't even there. Trust me, she's totally in the other room. Totally needs me right now crying. Here we go. What's going on with you? I mean, is anyone zoombombing you? By the way, I've actually never been zoom bum, which is like what is it with someone comes on and takes over your zoom with anti semitic stuff? Yes, that has happened to me once. It was a scary. No, it was kids. It was more exciting than not. It was one of those moments like you said through some jury conference and do your best to stay awake. And all of a sudden, someone comes in and be like, free Palestine, and you're like, oh, okay, okay. Well now, now I guess it's a party. Nothing else of any interest is going on here at Casa lieber, which we have survived 8 long nights of Hanukkah with amazing amazing gifts Hudson, who's really turning into a dude bro classic rock aficionado received Donald fagan's memoir eminent hipsters for hanukah for those of you who do not know the lead creative force behind steely Dan, which is his new favorite band. I really feel my work here as a parent is that if my 8 year old, the other day, he got up in the middle of the night to pee. And I catch him standing there while humming. Drink scotch whisky on that line and die behind the wheel which is like typically acerbic lyrics from the song called decomposed by steely Dan. But I just look at this angelic cherubic little boy singing the most bleak dark yacht rock lyrics out there. And my heart just swelled but pride. Jewish continuity, baby. Wow. I also can't believe this is just one of those boring shows where we just all talk about our kids now. I'm glad to be part of that. We used to be cool. Of the journey GJ is a joke. News of the Jews this week contain. I don't want to say the most important item we've ever covered on the show, but this is the most important item we've ever covered in the show so Stephanie. Break the news. What is happening? First, the supply chain issues came for the pelotons. And I did not speak out because I do not write a peloton. Then they came for the guava mocha frappuccinos at Starbucks and I did not speak out because I don't drink those. But now the supply chain issues have come home to roost. There's a cream cheese shortage, and we're all screwed. This is from an article in The New York Times. Zabar's is running low. Tompkins square bagels is down to 6. Pick a bagel has only a few days supply left. So this is an article in which all these bagel shop operators are saying like, I thought I'd have enough to get me to Sunday, but now I only have enough to get me to Wednesday and I'm like, we just got through Hanukkah. How is this happening again? It is a reverse America. Look, we break this news on a week in which we commemorate the previous most daunting attack on American way of life, Pearl Harbor, which is very comparable to the cream cheese shortage. So let us only echo the famous words of FDR. We have nothing to schmear but schmear itself. So this is actually really interesting. I learned a lot about cream cheese. I will say that before reading this article, I smeared with abandon, actually, over the weekend. And then I read this article, and I felt like very guilty about it. Very wasteful. That you totally just took a knife and scrape like three quarters off and then wiped it off.
"mel gibson" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"Your one of your children do extremely well at something. There's so much pride they're like. Wow along this love. My staff love bit see. Here's the thing about staff. And i love that. You took an opportunity to give him a choice because sometimes people don't give the individual choice to back out right if you're not ready if you're not willing morally able to come along this journey with me you know i love you and i can be from afar. Yeah you know it doesn't mean you the doors open you come back and you can be operable to you know. I shared my teammates. You know The word for us in anywhere companies and this again if name hopefully resonate with your listeners you know we permanently banned the word staff from our vocabulary and the only reason for that is because it's commonly referred to as a cost point. There's a really good point as in a financial side it is it is or an investment and you know when i talked to my group i said look i'm scared i'm afraid and i'm afraid because i don't have total control over the situation. That's like a nightmare for entrepreneurs us is a frigging nightmare was like what do you mean. I don't have control the day. Only it's slow but our team said listen. We got you we got you. There's look we're all feeling it. So why don't we get together and let's work through this together. And i love my people man. They're they're courageous They battled through it and they wouldn't let anything hold him back. And i got to stand at the back of the room so to speak and shine a bright light on all of them and just make sure that they felt care for a check in with my team. Every single day you'd have to your defer sometimes in certain situations in due course. This is different. I like the. I give off the impression i land lots went out. Oh yeah yeah. I've seen that movie I believe that's starring mel gibson. We were soldiers. Oh yeah that's a great movie and he set and i i literally repeated verbatim to my team..
Richard Donner, Director of Superman and Goonies, Dies Aged 91
"The American film director Richard Donner, whose box office hits included Superman and the Woman has died. He was 91. The Warner Brothers studio described him as a pioneer of the modern superhero horror and action genres. The BBC's Adam Porter looks back at his life. Richard Donna began his career as an actor before becoming a TV director. After directing the Omen in 1976. He found international acclaim for his work on Superman. With Christopher Reeve, often regarded as the first modern superhero film. His hits in the 19 eighties included the Goonies and the Lethal Weapon series starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover. Gibson said. Richard Donner had a huge chunk of humility, referring to himself as merely a traffic cop, while Steven Spielberg said Donna was like a favorite coach, smartest professor and
Richard Donner, Director of ‘Superman’ and ‘Lethal Weapon’ Dies at 91
"Passed away. He's uh, producer, a director Richard Donner, and he did the original Superman movies. He did lethal weapon which launched Mel Gibson. I think into the stratosphere and, uh, did good Goonies and a lot more I wanted we'll learn more about him in this subsequent conversations. I wanted to bring on someone who happens to be a dear friend of mine, and I haven't talked to him forever. And you know, I I used to see him all the time. And but he's now left Hollywood and he has a place here in a place in the East Coast. And you know, I just never never a chance to cross paths with a guy who was Richard Donner's right hand guy for a long time. He's Mills Goodloe Mills. Goodloe. Welcome, Sir. Hello, March. It's really exciting to talk to you again. First of all, let me say And, uh, I'm so sorry that Richard Donner has passed. I know he had a rich life. Meaning, uh, so relevant to show business for so long, and, uh, Uh, so again. I'm so sorry for his passing. But I appreciate you spending a moment, uh, with us to talk about who he was and what he did. Yeah, I I got the news today. And I was you know, it hit me hard had spent, you know, eight years of my life with him, And when I was in my early twenties, right out of college, so he was During my kind of formative years, someone who kind of formed who I was, um as a young as he as a young kind of kid out of college and do anything so he know where I left working with them in 2000. But, um, he's always been a deer part of my life and always be that way. When you've had a robust career
'Combat Sports News & Clubb Bangerz (#2)' ft. Combat Sports Insider Clubber D (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #19)
"I thought he was doing punch machine at all the bars or something like that. Other that whack-a-mole jabs not as is supposed to be referral like that. But anyways i mean give credit he trained with the charles brothers for this fi and those guys no joke down in That dallas fort worth area. You know david earl spirits. You know what i'm saying. They they were gonna call me off for training and booking podcast all connected roll through. Yeah man floyd floyd is the money man. Alright we talked about it and you don. I'm saying i sleep yearbook okay. I had to go to work the next day. Risley flying out of town. You know what i'm saying. 'cause you know on what took care of me but ain't got us looking at this on sunday. You know you think this is wrestlemainia. Something data world rebel. You know this. Sunday pay view wrestling can do it against boston can do it too. I mean none of that idea but moving forward. I don't know if more people will do it on sundays. People like to get wild and crazy. And i know dan boston's the next day. So they neither you know at least have an earlier. They do each having a little earlier. Maybe a six o'clock start time. You know saying but you know when you got to interim songs by a migos in whoever desi do was you know you gotta be. I guess you gotta be enough of that. So yeah forget about those bs fights. All the sites are really. Be as all these exhibitions. Just to make money for me. Whether looking paul the chad johnson bryan maxwell whatever. They're all just bs fights to make money so it doesn't really matter of money is made up anyways so that's another subject for another day and give me all the low down on your trip so after you left miami we sent you to arizona for ufc to sixty three so please sir tell me all about that event and how it was. I heard that you had an amazing time. And you were hanging out with some big wigs down there. Tell me about this all right back. We will see okay. You fool me all the way up to arizona stop. You know what i'm saying. I thought see suns game. They they handled business in denver. So i'm hanging out here with justin bieber in traded truth your summer celebrities there. You know our at intel justice. You know what i'm saying girl. She bill drink my shoes against we a problem Yearbook but anyways you know appreciate you senator out here But a move forward. I don't do a economy. You know what i'm saying. I need ba first. Class business class. So that whole back of the plane that for me but We'll we'll talk about that later. When when we speak offline but anyways this you'll see card was phenomenal. It was great it had no seats and all on how late it was. You know what. I'm saying the after party but it is what it is always the first fight. We had paul crank from scotland guy was he. He'll i drew mcintyre cousin. Coming out here. you know what i'm saying. It was this was like a mel gibson in braveheart came out with a with the pain on the way in him and into mel hill. Where we're going back to back talking junk to each other last night. We had a mobile silence. Of course wyman
My Battle With the Booze, a Doctor's Story
"This week. My guests to start to stephan f a german doctor who lives in houston and he's in a 'test bestselling last become a show host and alcoholic in recovery. He uses his books in his social media to emphasize that there is indeed a life after alcohol and he's a true example of the fact that the post does not have to equal the future. Let's listen to his story. I am a german and lift around the world and now settled down with my beautiful family here and even more beautiful new zealand. Well how did it start. Well i come from germany and spawn sixty six. So therefore the eighties. That was sort of. I my forming years. And if you look back at the films that be watched in the eighties was lethal. Weapon was mad max whereas all these kinds of things You if you look at the heroes dare. They were all down and out and lethal weapon starts with this famous scene where mel gibson gets up into trailer. Naked has a piss. Watson has got a cigarette and a beer in his hand. That's his breakfast. You know these are the heroes or anti heroes. China say Equally in germany. Everyone drinks and there is actually a healthy drinking culture One has to say to is not the kind of mattering king that is occurring in the uk where it is sort of time limits. Sorry ten thirty device close so you need to get in as much as you possibly can know. You can have beer wine. Whatever you wish. Twenty four seven in germany so devils a nice culture there and i got into that nice culture when i was sort of in my first second year in university
How Pervasive Is the Culture of Poker?
"Think most americans sort of like do learn the rules of poker as growing up. I think it's like a fairly common experience. And i'm always curious like Is how much more so in the last twenty years i think if you went back forty or fifty years we have a lot of people outside of the united states just sort of like casually learning and playing poker as a kid. But i'm always curious like what how how integrated into the fabric of culture and other societies poker. Is i think very much as in the united states Yeah no it was very similar increase to and you can also imagine. I mean all of hollywood stereotypes. The you know the idea that you know we can Bed more money than we have in our stock and all of that stuff you know which was basically a version of what we thought poker was and i remember there was I have a very vivid memory of a friend of mine who are actually in a chess club. Update the time and there was this movie with mel gibson. I forget the name of the movie but you guys what jodi foster also i think so. Yes i think so like i. I don't remember all of this maverick. Yes that's that's the one that's the one right were they were playing five card poker. And there's this famous scene where he changes to want so my friend. My friend did the same thing you know. We were playing and he literally. I just changed car and then he stares me as like as you're gonna look at your car. He says no guarantee discarding seven or something something completely like i don't know i thought it was the funniest thing ever the funnest thing i've ever seen in my life and we have like things like that members members paying for you know Quarter and dimes and all the staff or even fake money. We didn't care. We just have fun
Johnny Depp Allegedly "Romantic" With Angelina Jolie, and Gwyneth Paltrow talks about Public Scrutiny
"I daily please. Welcome scott tweeted back to the show so much for joining us come for the christmas trees decorations. Everything christmas tree competition between justin. And i later in the show's to stick around for that. Okay it's a new way to light up your tree all right up. First today. the hollywood reporter reports that johnny depp dated angelina jolie cure nightly an marion cotillard. And all the details are about to go public sued. Johnny's going back to court With the defamation case against his ex wife amber heard it's based on an essay she wrote about abuse for the washington post back in two thousand eighteen. Now according to the hollywood reporter johnny will have to turn over all responsive communications with his alleged romantic partners in angelina. Marian and kiera have all been named in court. Documents now marian. Akira have already there on this. They told us they were never romantically involved with johnny. And we have not heard back yet from angelina so interesting. It's a little more of this. He said she said drama Do you think the trial will be even more damaging or possibly embarrassing for johnny than the british trial was. It's all so ridiculous. This man is doing this based on something that came out and twenty eighteen with everything going on in two thousand twenty and in the world. No one even remembers that johnny depp amber heard all of these issues anyway. what. I think we're more they issues. I mean in the bay. I mean he kept on saying allegedly in the bank. Yes that's what you would remember more. And i and johnny feels. He needs to clear his name and he has filed the. He's already put this much money into it. I see him wanting to see this through the time that he did this. He was hot on it. But by the time you actually go to trial and all this davits it does feel like wow. Why are they still doing this. But also twenty twenty probably delayed a lot of things you know. It delayed a lot of stuff. And everybody's lives feel for these women who are now being dragged into this and they have nothing to do with johnny depp now carrying kierra in delina. Their names are part of this drama. And according to kira and marian they tell us like why we were never even romantically dated part of it. That's the worst part of the if somebody denies there your data when you say you did and it's on court documents said negative about this. Johnny's just wants to come out swinging. He wants to clear everything and go so he's got nothing to lose right now the position he's in even though farrah's outside his list you can lose a lot with this fahim. It's like there's nothing to lose. This is heaven hell scenario. It's heaven for the lawyers. I only gel for everyone else. One hundred percent. I totally agree and by the way there are times where companies know that. They're not wrong. They know that they are not liable for what happens to somebody but lawyers will say you need to settle this out of court because it's gonna cost you more in the long run. Why is no one sitting down with johnny depp. In saying yo at this point we know what you want to do. You want to clear your name. We know you're eagles getting involved. But you have to protect some of your reputation and dragging this out in american court after we just did it for a year in the uk cords. This is not going to be good for you. Take the l you still got ten million fantastic beasts. Somebody's gonna come back around for you. Mel gibson can get back from sugar. Tits. you can get back from this. Mean buddy but it's bunny but it's not all right. Well let's move on now normally when you're not dealing with an ugly trial there are so many perks. Do being a famous actress. Money fame and boyfriends. Like brad pitt. But gwyneth paltrow says the cost of fame was so high that she didn't want to keep doing it. Here's how she explained it on sirius. Xm's quarantined with bruce part of the shine of acting. What wore off. You know being in such intense public scrutiny beings a kid who's like living every break-up on every headline like being criticized for everything you do say in where show and also the the you know you're you're it's so transitory you're always all over. You think was more famous for her acting or for headlines. Sometimes i think back. In the olden days of hollywood in the early two thousands they kinda sorta went hand in hand. I think you became more famous when you were in a couple. And i think that's why a lot of times eight listeners hookup because they realize that their currency is doubled. Now still true today. The people don't use it as much as the used to i think. Stars kerry washington a-list stars mindy kaelin. They don't really use their relationships. Kids that are personalized very much. They have restricted that access and they got smart because they realized that once you do it once you can never stop ever even if you wanna stop it yet. Can't do it also in tech entrepreneurs and the new this out is yeah. I agree with you. i think for me. She's always been movie star. I assure the tabloids all the time about relationships but nine hundred ninety eight was her year sliding doors shakespeare in love expectations that was about the film's first and foremost and then after. That came all this when i started google and that created like a whole new kind of door to joe. And yeah she. She's now opened the doors to say like whatever. But i also think he's at a point now where she is just like take handles it all so much better. That's why she's clearly pursued kept pursuing this staying in the main stream and being super famous at the way she could've hidden away and not been out and about but she's everywhere like does not shy away at all so she's clearly got come to terms with this. I do think like it always helps if you can get into a relationship with another celebrity. I mean if you're trying to increase your fame. I'm that's why you have so many I'm using i know wags is not a bad term but i mean the women who there are a lot of women that go after just famous people are a lot of men that just go after famous women and it's like they do that for a period of time because they're really trying to increase their stardom and it helps
Johnny Depp Might Have To Fork Over His 'Romantic' Messages With These 3 Famous Actresses
"All right up. First today. the hollywood reporter reports that johnny depp dated angelina jolie cure nightly an marion cotillard. And all the details are about to go public sued. Johnny's going back to court With the defamation case against his ex wife amber heard it's based on an essay she wrote about abuse for the washington post back in two thousand eighteen. Now according to the hollywood reporter johnny will have to turn over all responsive communications with his alleged romantic partners in angelina. Marian and kiera have all been named in court. Documents now marian. Akira have already there on this. They told us they were never romantically involved with johnny. And we have not heard back yet from angelina so interesting. It's a little more of this. He said she said drama Do you think the trial will be even more damaging or possibly embarrassing for johnny than the british trial was. It's all so ridiculous. This man is doing this based on something that came out and twenty eighteen with everything going on in two thousand twenty and in the world. No one even remembers that johnny depp amber heard all of these issues anyway. what. I think we're more they issues. I mean in the bay. I mean he kept on saying allegedly in the bank. Yes that's what you would remember more. And i and johnny feels. He needs to clear his name and he has filed the. He's already put this much money into it. I see him wanting to see this through the time that he did this. He was hot on it. But by the time you actually go to trial and all this davits it does feel like wow. Why are they still doing this. But also twenty twenty probably delayed a lot of things you know. It delayed a lot of stuff. And everybody's lives feel for these women who are now being dragged into this and they have nothing to do with johnny depp now carrying kierra in delina. Their names are part of this drama. And according to kira and marian they tell us like why we were never even romantically dated part of it. That's the worst part of the if somebody denies there your data when you say you did and it's on court documents said negative about this. Johnny's just wants to come out swinging. He wants to clear everything and go so he's got nothing to lose right now the position he's in even though farrah's outside his list you can lose a lot with this fahim. It's like there's nothing to lose. This is heaven hell scenario. It's heaven for the lawyers. I only gel for everyone else. One hundred percent. I totally agree and by the way there are times where companies know that. They're not wrong. They know that they are not liable for what happens to somebody but lawyers will say you need to settle this out of court because it's gonna cost you more in the long run. Why is no one sitting down with johnny depp. In saying yo at this point we know what you want to do. You want to clear your name. We know you're eagles getting involved. But you have to protect some of your reputation and dragging this out in american court after we just did it for a year in the uk cords. This is not going to be good for you. Take the l you still got ten million fantastic beasts. Somebody's gonna come back around for you. Mel gibson can get back from sugar. Tits. you can get back from this.
Fatman: the Mel Gibson Santa action comedy
"I have to tell you something about the serial comic concept made cinema fat man which you could see on Fandango now Voodoo or Amazon Prime. This stars Mel Gibson as a gritty, tough guy named Kris Kringle. Guess who he's. In fact, Santa Claus. And in this movie, he has to team up with the U. S military when a disgruntled kid hires an assassin to kill this Not so jolly Santa Mel because the kid received the lump of coal in his stocking. I'm not kidding. I mean, I guess this kid thinks hey may see you when you're sleeping, but he may not see you. You're aiming at him with a high powered rifle like Oh, my God. So is this. This is a dark film or what is it? It's darkly comic on Lee. Not in a good way like bad Santa in a way, like why they make this had it been funnier or scarier or more heartfelt, But I was like, Wow, okay. Man that is wild that's called fat Man. A fat man. And, you know, no reference to Kevin Smith from a few years back before he went on that diet.
Hong Chau & Nico Santos: Superheroes And Superstores
"And as roma's joining us right. Now we have jordan. Clever and jedi hegel o. How are you guys doing doing. Great as well as you can be right now. Who are who. Who are you quarantining with jenny. I'm quarantining with my partner. Liz and my son who is six. My list has a very grown up lady job so she goes into one room all day and does zoom calls where she says things like she says. Business phrases like Well we'll have to see if the juice is worth the squeeze. And that's not what i'm solving for. And wow what was happening. She i mean she says things that i've just never a side of her. I've never seen before having that thing. We were like who. Who are you is that. It's like really impressive though. Because it's like very like she's a very confident and she uses business lady terms and she uses them so like casually. Yes so it's kind of neat to see your partner do what they do because you hear about it. But it's kind of neat to watch your partner. Excel at what they do. Yeah jordan who are you. Who are you living with right now. I am with my wife right now. I like the journey is like it's nice to see your partner. Dana day out and see what they excel at and that is not the experience. My wife and i are having we are. We are watching each other disintegrated happening. It feels like talked to friends of mine. Who have been married like last week was the week like a lot of initial explosions. Took place of like yelling at people for like. You're closing the door too loudly. My wife thinks my voice is just too loud and not like an incident of being loud once but just generally j just too loud and we had. I don't think you fully mean that. But i think you also do because you've been in a room with me for the last month and a half but we're better cooking. I think that's the one thing we now know how to cook. You guys want to play a game. Yes i'm very excited about this game. Okay so first of all you are going to be competing in this game. So we're gonna go back and forth This is audio quiz. About famous movie quotes. We're gonna play the dialogue. That comes right before a very famous movie quote and you just have to jump in With the quote okay right okay. And if you don't know it just makes something up and it's possible you will still get credit all right jenny. This one's for you okay. I don't know if that's fair. I don't know is fair. I feel before we started this game. I felt like. I'd seen some movies but maybe ever seen one. No you've definitely seen this but maybe it was a long time ago. That's a classic chicago blues lick like they really laid out. I'm walking to walk you down a path here a little bit. Danny glover okay. Is this a lethal weapon situation. Oh yes this is like this characters. Well known line that he he says right after meeting milk. The yes pre problematic okay. So this is the thing he's gonna say to mel gibson. Yes gladys okay okay. Let's hear you got to get this. come on. are you the guy from braveheart. That is i mean pretty much pretty much. That
"mel gibson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Teo Mac, What is this? What is fat man? I watched the trailer. What is happening? I thought when I came across this tweet yesterday. That it was like an onion article or or joke. It was a G N posting a link to a trailer for a movie called Fat Man, where Mel Gibson plays the titular character, Santa Claus, a Santa Claus a Kriss Kringle. Who gives a naughty child coal for Christmas. The child is well to do has has a bit of money. He hires a hitman Walter Going Indiana clause. Yes, Yeah, The headman is played by Walter Goggins. So I love by the way I love water God Thomas plot of all time, but it's so simple and it's so everyone knows Santa Claus. Everyone can relate O not want Olympic pole. I actually think this movie is going to be good. The one issue that it might have is Can people watch Mel Gibson on the screen again and separate him from who he is in real life? Yeah, I think we're already past that Gibson as a gritty Alcoholic Santa cause It's gotta work. Now. I want them to really lean into this. I want them to really, really lean into how stupid this is I the trailer that yes, they are. It seems like everyone is in on this now. Do you want it to be a shared universe with elf? That was my first thought when I saw this, Yeah, this I believe is streaming November 17th. It's going to be for red, So probably 7, 99. Whatever it's going to be. I'll probably watch it that first night or two. Probably because you know what? We have nothing else I watch to be Halloween last night. Oh, and also in the comment section here West Ways in the government also tries to hire said that I'm sorry that we forgot to mention that the play is the dumbest plan ever. But it's I think it's gonna work. Used up, Mac, as in else stinks. So Bill Bar is hosting this week. I am semi excited to see that I see ever hosted. No, but he's like popped up in sketches. And then I didn't remember. I'm hosting it all. But last week he season finale. The first sketch the opening sketch one from air finale. Then I say finale there. Two opposite thinks they're the season premiere. The first sketch 15 minutes long. So I saw the Internet a blaze about Jim Carrey's Joe Biden. And so I said, You know what? Let me give it a go. Let me give it a go. I made it about 2.5 minutes into the sketch, I said. This. Thanks, Dude. I watched its terror. I checked my phone for the time over and over and over again, and I'm like, What are they doing? How, like these dart even jokes. These aren't even observations to what happened. Like. Obviously, Carrie is doing a good impersonation of Biden standing there with the faces and And what not, There was no humor in that sketch. I jumped up after 2.5 minutes could do it and it was 15 minutes. Alright. 15 minutes. 15 minutes is borderline a sitcom. Hear me out, though? Yeah. Maybe the funniest thing of the whole year, at least for me was the fly that landed on my pal. Yeah, No, absolutely. So I hope something good comes out of that this weekend because let me just point this out to you. In episode of Friends, 30 minutes, you take out eight minutes for commercial. And then there is five minutes of laugh track. So there's 17 minutes of substance in their SNL had a 15 minute sketch. Well, some of the laugh track overlaps with what's going on. So that's not a No. No friends pauses every single time. I don't know. Watching again. Friends pauses every time the last fax Newsday's.
Mel Gibson Hospitalized for a Week After Contracting Coronavirus
"Scoop about Mel Ridge. Mel Gibson. Yes, my old friend Mel Gibson. Apparently they have revealed this morning was in the hospital. For week in April after contracting Corona virus. Hey is 64 years old, and his representative did confirm the news, saying that he has since made a full recovery, saying he tested positive in April spent a week in a Los Angeles hospital. Where he was treated with a rendez severe. While he was in the hospital. He has since tested negative numerous times and ah also positive for Corona virus antibodies. So he is now doing okay. But his representatives just releasing the information now that he indeed was in the hospital for a week with covert 19 Earlier this morning. I
Mel Gibson Spent a Week in Hospital After Testing Positive for Coronavirus
"Actor Mel Gibson has revealed they spent a week in the hospital battle in Kobe, 19 in the spring. Gibson has since recovered. The 64 year old year old was treated with the drug rendez severe while hospitalized and has since tested negative for the virus several
Mel Gibson and Winona Ryder at odds over anti-Semitism claims
"And Mel Gibson and he's been behaving but sounds like he's had a relapse here well yeah that's the accusation and it comes from actress Winona Ryder who said that back in twenty ten she was at an event at which Mel Gibson made anti semitic and homophobic comments to her and a friend of hers who is gay I'm not going to go over what the the the comments the alleged comments work as they are a pretty offensive but were known a writer has told the story over these past ten years but yesterday Mel Gibson issued a statement saying that Winona Ryder is lying about this she was lying a decade ago she's lying about it now Winona Ryder said when she made the accusation that Mel Gibson had contacted her in order to apologize to her about those comments but Mel Gibson is saying that he did reach out or but not to apologize but to confront her about the lies so few saying one thing he's saying something else it was back in two thousand six win Mel Gibson was recorded by Beverly hills police officer making anti semitic remarks to him when he was arrested for drunk driving was recorded on a videotape of the
"mel gibson" Discussed on KTOK
"When the pope viewed Mel Gibson's movie the passion of Jesus the Christ he is said to have remarked it is as it once the Vatican has since tried to spin that remark to bring it back in bounds but I have little doubt the pope said exactly that because that's the avowed object of the movie to tell the story of the suffering of Jesus as it once but that seems to be a real problem and if the pope is right then it is not Mel Gibson's movie that is the problem it's the Bible a few things I have read underlined this like an article in the February fifteenth news week Jon Meacham in his article titled who killed Jesus he asked this does the death the execution of Jesus lie at the feet of the Jewish people no it does not but making that simple denial does not tell the whole story according to Meacham the Bible can be a problematic source courting him he says and that underlines the problem with Mel Gibson's movie it is based not on historical accounts but on the Bible itself mission continues scripture is not always a faithful record of historical events the Bible is the product of human authors who are writing in particular times and places with particular points to make envisions to advance when the gospel authors implicated the Jews and Jesus passion they did not mean all Jewish people then alive much less those yet unborn the writers had a spat very specific group in mind the temple elite who believed that Jesus might provoke pilot now I really don't disagree with the latter part of what he has to say here it is true.
Star Trek Franchise Producer Workking On Silence Of The Lambs Spinoff series
"CBS announced Sunday at the television critics association's winter press tour that it is handed out a sizeable series commitment to a silence of the lambs TV spin off called clear Reese the drama hills in Star Trek franchise producer Alex Kurtzman Kurtzman will pen the script a and sources say eight writers room has been open with a script already completed the potential series takes place in nineteen ninety three a year after the events of the silence of the lambs glories is CBS is first a sizeable order for the twenty twenty twenty twenty one broadcast season you know I've never seen silence of the lambs that's wonderful I'd like it yeah it's just a very good movie I can watch it I I think it's good Tony Hopkins o'neill yeah and Jody Tony injury it should have been called you know Tony and Jodie's what the misadventures of Jody hi where has she been she did the beaver member she directed the beaver with Mel Gibson yeah that was the last I heard of a
"mel gibson" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Original Mad Max cool and I don't even know the whole thing was just it's kind of weird just cars right well no I mean I knew that part because I've seen other Mad Max movies but the first one that you can really tell if it's a post apocalyptic or anything similar started I don't know what the hell's going on but the whole thing and look I noticed I knew the people that died were going to die just took an hour and they just kills everybody is over so what what what what what we hear for what when I'm watching Mel Gibson and I can't imagine being that good looking for any period of my life I mean that guy I mean his junk must just fell off no one ever said no to that not watching him look and think it because he's so young so in nineteen seventy nine Mel Gibson in Mad Max a look at a gun that just looking at that just amazingly handsome face and thinking that it is a head full of anti semitic thoughts even back then that's what I was thinking that I couldn't help but keep yeah we have to get drunk years later for the truth to come out of it or was it that's something he was harboring for a long time but to have a lot of fun cars to it so I liked is probably our greatest wife then too it was the merry back then well anyone many was where he's always yelling at each other screaming at them yes Mister says he owes a lot sure well listen let me tell you something if you always have the tape running on me hello I had my moments well I had my moments of eruptive anger I still have this really cool like yet that and it's like really important this is just you know late it's like really even if you are a medic or whatever it's Saturday I get at Madison follow your heart no that's not the good advice bad as soon like elf like flavor hatred you shouldn't embrace yourself late so I really just listen to who you are eight people just because of the color of their skin or like you Sir yeah they're like really ever if you do it you know I know you shouldn't do you if you feel if doing you is full of hatred.
"mel gibson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Tell us what was happening with you and Mel Gibson you're the bad guy after the kids okay well yeah have you seen ransom hello I have it's I'm gonna tell you what have you got to tell blockbuster close they can't write yeah no I'll go to Netflix you it's it's a chance movie set up that scene now for yeah well there's the there's no you know and so real tug of war there between Mel Gibson and my character Jimmy shaker those he's taking the kids and Mel Gibson's kit and they're gone back and forth and back and forth and my guy once the ransom and malice very wealthy guy in the movie and he doesn't want to give it to so I get a little mad at him there in your head are you mad are you really bad like you look at him he's a pretty intense guy right yeah so is it easy to get into a heated fight with a guy like Mel Gibson is Hussein's naturally popped out of his neck you know how we did that that scene where on the phone I mean I'm talking to him on the phone so we had it hooked up so when they shot males side I was on the phone in the other room like screaming Adama the phone is I couldn't see what he was doing I didn't know I was dead I was just listening to him talk to me on the phone and we were yelling at each other over the phone and when when I shot my side same thing he was on the on the on the other line he was screaming at me on the phone and and so before a scene like that can you talk to him or are you in your head I went away from home I got I got a really showing you have no problem you can talk to me in two seconds bankers Mel is the kind of guy who he goofs off in between in between takes thank you just turn it on yeah he can kind of turn you yeah yeah I mean you know we don't wanna stay and and I didn't do that stay in character think what else sometimes it depends on what I'm doing for that thing we need is some levity it was such an intense movie the whole time we needed some levity in there there were some jokes and goofy stuff going on a male males a prankster so he was he was he was a lot of fun to work with that I can imagine the hottest actor the guy in the world for awhile Gerry when you are doing a scene like that just in the acting perspective how long does it take to shut out the crew the shot at everything and take his zone in on that character whatever it is funny guy like guy CSI how long does it take to shut it out and start well that's that's an important thing that you have to learn because there's so much going on on the set to get ready for shot yeah and everybody's concentrating on their own thing so everybody's loud and running around the lighting is moving their moving things are microphones are coming in there yelling about this and yelling about that and if you get caught up in all that business business and then they roll the camera you might not be ready so you have the you do if you have something having to do it you got a tune that stuff out and just stay in your thing and be ready when the camera rolls that's your job right be ready when the camera rolls if you're talking to people and of a blind then you're not ready you're wasting everybody's time what is it like to blow a line knowing this like a hundred people ready for this scene and you got the high it happens everybody knows that once in awhile a lot yeah no it happens once in awhile yeah like in CSI in year eight after a while you have the dialogue is a is a list I got a better or like just follow me in the can you say follow me on this let me just let it flow naturally now sometimes yeah yeah you're very skinny so anyway when you know your character and everything they want you to be at your best and if you think you've got a better way to do it or you want to try something that might work better than what the director wanted you know that usually they will they will they will let you track racing so at least me and so this is the book is now out is call grateful American Gary sees his bones look back at his career is going to inspire a lot of people at a young actors and others this what I walk away from it I walk away from you are grateful for the success you've had but I read it I look at a guy that earned his success that if you did not break out it wouldn't be for lack of hustle you're going to do whatever was necessary to reach your potential whatever that was and that's really take away I don't care if you want to own your own machine shop if you want to do it go do it don't let up schools get your way and that's why so you took it incrementally I didn't see much jealousy when certain guys broke out you just keep working your way through all right well well yeah we I mean in in acting we were all part of a small theater company where all kids when we started the young young twenty year olds and and then as time went on you know people started to break off and do they do you know go off and do other things and have other kinds of careers and and you know it would happen differently for different people I write about some of that in the book and and the things that go through you know I was the artistic director of the company so I had a different focus of love Steppenwolf but eventually I was offered a movie deal I moved to Hollywood I started directing that I got some you know direct myself in a movie and then start again some other parts right he make things happen I I I think that's the blessing of this wonderful country that we live in is that you know it if you work hard you can do it you know it's going to be different for everybody and everybody in that might have a different journey and a different set of obstacles in front of them but if you push through that you can do something special we want no guaranteed success where opportunity to be successful only as an opportunity that's what the country offers us that we live in freedom because the people are willing to sacrifice for it fight for and I'm grateful for them I'm grateful to to be an American I'm grateful for a lot of blessings I've had that I've been able to use to do some good in this life and I hope people read the book and learn a little bit more about that story and go to the Gary Sinise foundation dot org an order the book but you can pick it up everywhere talk to ring set the pre sales are through the roof I think these everyone even if you're not actor even if you're not in the military I also think you just can learn from off from it as gay guy I just know you're.
"mel gibson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Tell us what was happening with you and Mel Gibson you the bad guy you after the kids okay well you have you seen ransom hello I have it all it's I'm gonna tell you what have you got the poster close they can't write yeah no I'll go to Netflix you it's it's a chance movie set up that's seen them for yeah well there's the there's though you know and so real tug of war there between Mel Gibson and my character Jimmy shaker because he's taking the kids and Mel Gibson's kit and they're gone back and forth and back and forth and guy once the ransom and Mel is a very wealthy guy in the movie and he doesn't want to give it to I get a little mad at him there in your head are you mad are you really bad like you look at him he's a pretty intense guy right yeah so is it easy to get into a heated fight with a guy like Mel Gibson is Hussein's naturally pop out of his neck you know how we did that that scene were on the phone I mean I'm talking to him on the phone so we had it hooked up so when they shot males side I was on the phone in the other room like screaming Adama the phone is I couldn't see what he was doing I didn't know what he was doing I was just listen to him talk to me on the phone and we were yelling at each other over the phone and when when I shot my side same thing he was on the on the on the other line he was screaming at me on the phone at the end of before a scene like that can you talk to him or are you in your head I went away from home I got I got a really showing you have no problem you can talk to me and to set up your fingers Mel is the kind of guy who he goofed off in between in between takes you just turn it on eight a yeah he can kind of tornadoes yeah yeah I mean you know we don't wanna stay and and I didn't do that stay in character think well so sometimes it depends on what I'm doing for that thing we need is some levity it was such an intense movie the whole time we needed some levity in there there were some jokes and goofy stuff going on a male males a prankster so he he was he was a lot of fun to work with I can imagine the hottest actor the guy in the world for awhile Gary when you are doing a scene like that is in the acting perspective how long does it take to shut out the crew the shot at everything and to just zone in on that character whatever it is funny guy like guy CSI how long does it take to shut it out in stores well that's that's an important thing that you have to learn because there's so much going on on the set to get ready for shot yeah and everybody's concentrating on their own thing so everybody's loud and running around the lighting is moving their moving things are microphones are coming in there yelling about this and yelling about that and if you get caught up in all that business business and then they roll the camera you might not be ready so you have the you do if you have something having to do it you got a tune that stuff out and just stay in your thing and be ready when the camera rolls that's your job right be ready when the camera rolls if you're talking to people and of a blind then you're not ready you're wasting everybody's time what is it like to blow a line knowing this like a hundred people ready for this scene and you got the high it happens everybody knows that once in awhile a lot yeah no it happens once in awhile like in CSI in year eight after a while the you have the dialogue is a is a list I got a better or like just follow me in the can you say follow me on this let me just let it flow naturally sometimes yeah niece went away when you know your character and everything they want you to be at your best and if you think you've got a better way to do it or you want to try something that might work better than what the director wanted you know that usually they will they will they will let you try hastening so at least me and so this is the book is now out is call grateful American Gary sees his book bag in his career is going to inspire a lot of people are young actors and others this what I walk away from it I walk away from you are grateful for the success you've had but I read it I look at a guy that earned his success that if you did not break out it wouldn't be for lack of hustle you're going to do whatever was necessary to reach your potential wherever that was and that's what I take away I don't care if you want to own your own machine shop if you want to do it go do it don't let up schools get your way and that's why so you took it incrementally I didn't see much jealousy when certain guys broke out you just keep working your way through all right well well yeah we I mean in in acting we were all part of a small theater company we're all kids when we started the young young twenty year olds and everything and then as time went on you know people started to break off and do they do you know go off and do other things and have other kinds of careers and and you know it would happen differently for different people I write about some of that in the in the in the things that go through you know I was the artistic director of the company so I had a different focus of love step in malls but eventually I was offered a movie deal I moved to Hollywood I started directing that I got some you know direct myself in a movie and then starting in some other parts right he make things happen I I I think that's the blessing of this wonderful country that we live in is that you know it if you work hard you can do it you know it's going to be different for everybody and everybody in that might have a different journey and a different set of obstacles in front of them but if you push through that you can do something the actual we want no guaranteed six that's where the opportunity to be successful only as an opportunity that's what the country offers us that we live in freedom because the people are willing to sacrifice for it fight for and I'm grateful for them I'm grateful to the to be an American I'm grateful for a lot of the last things I've had that I've been able to use to do some good in this life and I hope people read the book and learn a little bit more about that story and go to the Gary Sinise foundation dot org an order the book but you can pick it up everywhere talk to reset the pri sales are through the roof I think these everyone even if you're not actor even if you're not in the military I also think you just can learn from off from it as gay guy I just know you're not done yet.
"mel gibson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"It's Mel Gibson is that help yeah but just I'll take that point signs the signs on the ball terrible terrible movie that was the start of M. night Shyamalan when he went down but now he's on his way back up is it yeah okay yeah all right but that I was having fun yeah I know well I don't know what movies you've seen that is right Julie I come on don't be a jeopardy being I'm not the jeopardy baby delays baby you can do this lady you can do it I sing in singer okay honestly I put the CD he and single far here we go this movie the plot is it's the life lesson of Wall Street genius taking a glimpse of what life would have been like if he had stayed with his college girlfriend I'll give you the actor Nicolas Cage was in this I don't know all is pretty good movie seven one life has been like now if he had stayed with all would go away only yeah the only only was in it yeah I don't know the name of the song here again what ARE have would rejoin have a family man yeah we were to never got did you like that movie too my turn he dearly Arnie is dating Tim Daly and I think they're hot couple is that shows dominance yeah last year just she's the president who's talking wait what sorry I'm sorry all right do we have any more questions well I'm just single so sensitive no no I said I'm sorry I'm.
"mel gibson" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"Of war something like how we are so it wasn't about the weather so we were soldiers so the mel gibson we were soldiers or the problem that i have with that movie in the problem that they have with a lot of war movies to include the pearl harbor movie would ben affleck is anytime someone dies or something profound this happening somebody in the movie has the statement meant that is like just ten my life i love her like i don't think people die in war with such profound statement you know and that's like the issue apple depictions of war is like anytime something impactful happens there's like a profound statement by a character well i mean i think i do i do agree that like sometimes you over drama disaster traumatized yeah drama that the dramatization and and you know it can seem fake but i think the slower something happens the more more believable it is you know like when when a gym very ryan when the doctor show you the nose is bleeding out of his liver yeah like it's a slow motion gas line but then it's why does that sound familiar warmer they about vietnam yeah now that's why slauson why doesn't sound that sounds very familiar to me yeah it's a parents now i know it's i think i said it sounds very familiar but yeah i mean the same thing in stats slow what do you think it really is a slow in real life yeah sometimes i think i think unless you're getting blown to pieces he says i think you draw a lot of people die slow i think the league any active combat you would know i never know what i'm saying though is you're okay you get shot you're dying you're bleeding out and everything there's a battle going on around you and there's mortar shells there shrapnel there's gunfire there's all this stuff do you think people can take the time to be like johnny where do you want me to tell your wife and kids before gone bro well no i mean like i don't think i think like just now dropping bombs all right so him year in the book a sinner oh krakauer yeah yeah i did you remember rob hall calling the base camp and telling him that he wasn't gonna try it anymore the he was giving up yeah news gonna die yeah i wanted them to call his wife so he called his wife in australia wall he's done i remember that yeah he needs his childhood his wife on the phone my ass crying everybody in the base camp is like crying telling him to come down just tried it comes down the line and he knew he had a productive professional knowledge of climbing to say like i get in the water yeah i remember call so i mean to me that is very true lines of what you're talking okay i okay okay hold on here however ted i couldn't agree more with that comparison however it is a slow moment in one's life when you are so low on a mountain dying versus a battle raging around you right it differ is definitely different but i i'm not like focus at that point that's why i talked about the same her ryan because it seems right right and they are gathered around him you know they're bc and he's just giovanni vc and he's just laying there dying and it's like this touching moment between them and he doesn't he doesn't do the whole mom zinger got but there's a moment there where you're like they're all connected on this very very deep level i think in moments of extreme draft like when they show it in the movie was like charlie brown born and everything else lows down around you and i only is it not that bryce with dying but in those moments when they were talking to us and they were explaining what what's happening in when i was listening to them and i took a breath it it felt like time had slowed and when i joined.
"mel gibson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"He's, he's bohemian rhapsody when he's done watching that this over and over again. All right. Mel Gibson was not on the no fly zone at this point ruin Emerton here. Is he the guy or dean deadline was in here? Sorry. Yeah. No, I don't think dean Devlin was somebody of that 'cause I was a high school with the Cavaliers, and now makes me wonder if he did come in here or not. So I'm doing anyway. All right. They liked it. I don't know the word patriot. But this is before people were all woke, and everything this has an American flag in it. That'd be minus twenty five points today. Retro-active damage can be done probably not that much. I don't think a lot of people went back this two thousand. Well, many years before no one's woke. There's American flag. There's now there be a ton of minus points for male and American flag. If this was dropped last Tuesday, it's called the patriot and it's called the patriots shave more points. But this is before that. So now we're just doing it based on the merits of the film, which I did not see. But I'm going seventy seven percent. I'm very close to it's okay. Rolling Emmerick was critic didn't like him. But critics love Mel Gibson at this point, he was just on the, you know, the, the just talking. No just hard. Yes. Thank you. So I seventy one so I went way too high. I'm sure I just said, eighty the patriot is fresh at sixty one percents, I'm gonna go ahead and just tap out barely fresh. It's okay. Fairly in producer of the patriot. Dean Devlin was on in two fifteen. Oh, there you go. All right. This next film tells the story of young woman trying her best to navigate the crazy. Demands doled out by my mic Dawson's personal hero. Anna winter tour. Two thousand Sixers devil wears.
The WTF Movies of 2019 So Far
"I'm Shawn fantasy an animated, and this is the big picture a conversation show about movies, I guess because movies are still happening in the shadow of game of thrones were having kind of a weird conversation this week, Amanda, and I are going to be talking about what I thought was going to be the best movies of the year so far, but as we went down the list, and we thought about what we've seen thus far. And what we wanted to see we realized that this has been kind of an odd year for movies. So we asked you guys on Twitter. What you wanted to hear talk about you gave us a lot of responses. Some of those films are brilliant. We've talked about some of them on previous episodes ashes purest white, for example, or or transit or us. We spent a lotta time on us shot. We spend a lot of time a long shot Apollo eleven. These are all fascinating brilliant, beautifully crafted movies. We'll talk a little bit about them here. And there as we're going through this. But Amanda, I think it's probably better if we talk about movies that confounded us confused us excited us and ultimately left us. Just wanting to talk. Yes. So here we are to talk. I'm gonna I was ultimately inspired by seeing dragged across concrete. Have you seen that movie? I have not because I think everyone in my life has encouraged me not to I don't think you need to see it. It's Dorothy by minimum as Craig Zoeller. It was there was some notoriety around it because Ahlers movies have a particular political bent, kind of free speech, a finding that some have perceived as very conservative. It's a movie that stars Mel Gibson in Vince Vaughn as to police officers who have been suspended and then spend their free time trying to stop a Bank robbery. Boy, it's larded with a lot of intellectual and political complications. It's not really worth unpacking here. You know, there's been some really good writing about it on the ring dot com. I would encourage you check that out Chris Ryan and Adam name and had a conversation about it on the watch a couple of months ago. And I think that was part of the reason that they spend an hour talking about it. And at the end, we're like we cannot endorse this, but also here all our thoughts about it. Yes. I walked away feeling the same way though. Less interested like less excited by what it did. But it does feel like an onramp into this conversation because there's a lot of cool stuff in it. It's very well made Zoeller is obviously an artistic person I do not agree with many of his ideas about humanity. And it left me feeling like I had both wasted my time and saw something unique. And I think that that's definitely a theme perhaps a segue to the movie serenity. Wow. Yes. So this was maybe this was among the most requested in the call for submission. I think it was the number one request. Why do you think that that was to be set up serenity in any way? Oh, gosh. I guess we how do we train serenity? Let stars Matthew mcconaughey and Anne Hathaway to bona fide movie stars which is of note and it begins as a kinda Morrish or Neo Noir ish situation on an island, and Matthew mcconaughey has a white whale of his own called tuna. And he also has. Some demons and an ex wife who needs some help. Then that's in Hatheway, that's pretty much it. He's a fisherman. He is he's got an habit pursuit of Justice the tuna that you're ferring to and he's got a first mate enjoyment, Han Soo and Hathaway plays that ex wife and he's got a kid. We keep hearing about that we see and his ex wife's got a husband played by Jason Clark. And this movie is hysterical. And I don't mean, it's funny. I mean, it is literally operating in hysterics the whole movie is the most pitched up over the top preposterously plotted movie of seen in a long time when it came out mile Surrey wrote on the ringer about all of it's absurd. What the fuck nece, and I didn't read that piece at the time because I didn't want to spoil for me. And it took me a couple of months to get around to this. And usually when someone says, you gotta see this movie. It is effing insane. I go quickly before whatever reason I didn't get to it. I don't think you to either. No, no. I watched it at home. Which we'll come back to. So Stephen Knight Ronin directed this movie. Stephen night is best known. I think for creating peaky blinders which is a show on Netflix. And he's written a handful of movies here and there, and he's thought to be a very well respected writer director in Hollywood. I I'm I'm just baffled by this movie. I don't understand what he was going for. I mean, let's just say that we're we have to spoil the talk about this movie. So if you haven't seen serenity, and you wanna see serenity, I guess I can sort of recommend it as an ultimate Curio in American movie going, but it's pretty bad rate. It's not I all of the hubbub. I thought this was a good what the fuck movie, and it does not really deliver. It's more just kind of like how did this happen? And how did this many people make it this far, and sink that this all came together? So now, we're going to we're going to spoil the reveal spoil away. It's video game. It's a video video game. And they carry the son who is referenced throughout the movie, and then like all shown like eighteen times throughout the movie is programming. This whole world. And everyone else is fiction of his imagination. And he's doing it to like connect with his fictional dad or something or for a father figure and to avenge his real life stepdad, which we should talk about the problematic aspects of that. But anyway to your point of what this was trying to do. I thought it was like matrix gone. Extremely wrong. Right. I thought that it was trying to engage with the idea of. You know, the video games, and the captured that they have on culture right now and imagination and that idea of the simulation, and what's real. And what's not and revenge and the game if occasion of life, I think that that is my most generous reading of what is going on here. I do not think it delivers on any of it. And I do find that kind of video game to real life violence aspect a little troubling. So I will say as a twelve year old computer geniuses evocation of what adult conflict is a what an adult's life is like an adult who lives on an island called Plymouth island, which is somehow tropical. I'm not sure if there is a tropical island called island. It actually seemed on point because when you're thirteen you don't really understand what it's like to be an human adult, and what it's like to have problems in demons. You know, there's a lot of complicated ideas in the movie math mcconaghy's. Character is a war veteran and Hathaway's. Character is a survivor of domestic abuse. Yes. There are some some really weighty females here. And by the same token, the like, I said the movies just kind of hysterical. The kid the actors are going so over the top in every scene and Hathaway, I think is more or less playing Barbara Stanwick kind of like forties. Fifties era kinda bombshell Dame who's trying to draw a somewhat innocent man into an awful plot. Sort of like the postman always rings twice, you know, meth mcconaghy's kind of the John Garfield going. But they're so pitched up and it's also happening on a boat, which is kind of a ridiculous setting. That's that. I I was just just really confused by how actively bad it was. And I know that seems like a simple criticism. But even if it was a commentary on the way that thirteen year old sees adults. I still thought it would something was missing. Does that does that make sense? Yeah. I will also say I I watched it at home as did you and it really suffered from that. And I would like to talk more about the context in which we receive all of these movies because I think it is increasingly important, but for this one you you really had to pay attention because it it was making logical jumps and giving pieces of so-called information that you were you saw the you're solving mystery. Yes. And I I suppose in a way you were more kind of on a on a video game quest, which as I I'm told requires a lot of focus, which is not what I give to movies. So I would I would. Honestly, look away for ten seconds. And then five new characters would be screaming about something that was like oh shit while I messed up miss something. And I had to rewind. And then it's not like the ten seconds that I missed provided any information or insight. It was just kind of jumping around. So I I actually experienced the real gaps between the ideas it like literally because I thought that I kept missing something. And then it just was never really there. It's funny. United spend a lot of time on this show talking about the movies. They don't make any more. They don't make built dramas. They don't make thrillers. They don't make rom coms. They don't, you know, all of these categories were always talking about lamenting, oh Hollywood is lost its way. And it's all big ten actions that piece movies. This is the kind of movie that we're saying they don't make any more movie stars leaning into a big showy part. It's high concept. It's not based on any IP. And yet
"mel gibson" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Your fucking phone offer, two hours, forty minutes and just enjoy the hell out of this movie. Because I think it's. It's easily the best of the year. It'll be on my favorites of the year the end of the year guaranteed. Great performances all around Tory Kittles, Vince Vaughn, Mel Gibson, Craig Zoeller man to watch. If he is getting these offers to move over into the marvel universe like every guy with a well-made. Indie movie is nowadays. I sure hope it keeps turning them down. Because I would hate to lose this guy to bigger budget movies. He's making great pictures. Well, that's the thing too. If if he does slide over in that direction. I hope he does it for strategic reasons like the way Bouche EMMY did. Yeah. Or even a Clooney where he was like, yeah. I'm going go make Batman and Robin. It's going to be a pilot. And then I'm going to be able to do whatever the fuck I want and the thing I'm doing his leather heads. You know, he's like 'cause they wouldn't have made this if I don't do that. Sometimes they're right, by the way. Yeah. In the case of leather heads. Anyway, that's our show, folks. I will be at the moon tower comedy festival next week starting on Wednesday night it Austin, Texas at cap city on Wednesday with Dudley, I'm Bob for the kickoff podcast. I don't know. Exactly who else is going to be there. But I will be there for that. And then I'll have several shows throughout the week and weekend definitely doing the goddamn comedy jam twice while I am there. I think I will be potentially judging roast battle on there. But I'll be doing stand up shows to love Austin can't wait to come back. And that is I think that's it for now. Yeah, let's leave it at that. Jodi, Rosa comedy on Instagram. Can you get me more followers than the fuck and cat? Please. As for you boy p wall she can find me at the Patrick Walsh on Twitter and Instagram. And I believe that's all I got check us out at the hog house page on for merch. Check us out on Facebook on the we'll see you in hell page. Always a great discussion over there almost pulled the plug on Facebook other day, but again left it up because I love reading what you guys have say. And instagram. We are on see you in hell pod. Thanks to Emily for running that we are looking to set up a potential. I don't want to say where but we are looking to set up a potential show in America that will not be in the Los Angeles area. The start of a little perhaps tour of the globe. We will see you next time with thet cemetery all things pet cemetery. And we will see you in hell. Strivings? Podcast network..
"mel gibson" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Apocalyptic oh has to rank as one of the great movies of all time. Nobody had done what? Mel Gibson did. Where the actors were all not actors, and they spoke in the native language of the Mayan language. And while and shows Brown, man. Brutalizing Brown, man. The aspects. I believe rating Mayan village peace-loving Mayans invaded by the aspects who raped the women kill the parents did leave the children abandoned in the forest based on historical fact, and the reason that was not given the awards that it deserved in in its time was because Mel Gibson was named to be an anti Semite by the overly sensitive people in Hollywood would just Heure have not a racist bone in their body. And also because it showed an agenda that just doesn't fly in Hollywood ground man, killing Brown men. Now, if you could dig up something from history, like the Ku Klux Klan. Wow. Then you gotta movie and you've got ten Academy Awards. So the whole thing is just a crock of highschool garbage. She looked like a bunch of stupid high school children to me overpaid children from high school of performing arts. Putting on a show for themselves. Obviously in the midst of all in the mix of all of it. There are superbly talented craftsman in that audience. Can you imagine what they felt watching this parade of anti-americanism anti white isn't. So I did my own Academy Award show yesterday. I did a cooking show on Twitter. That a lot of attention from it. And I gotta tell you something I didn't intend to do it. As a as a as a show. I wanted to cook for myself. I gotta tell you something. I know there's what are you talking about? Let me explain some cooking is one of the most relaxing things on earth. I don't need to watch David Ramsay, Gordon, Ramsay, whatever. His name is. I wanted to cook for myself yesterday was like it'd be a cold day. I wanted to fill up the whole day cooking takes a lot of time. I had spent two hours buying the seafood and outdoor seafood market. That's number one. Then to prepare the food is an hour then to cook. It's an hour then to eight it's an hour, then the cleanup is an hour. Most people don't have the time inclination. And I understand that. But I decided to videotape it or put it on the iphone, and I put it up. I surprised how many people enjoy the show. There was only one moronic heckler who was jealous. But other than the moronic heckler everyone else a lot like savage cooking. Because I was I was drinking wine about halfway through. I started to knock down some white wine as I got the pay on the control. And I started to do a little politics during it. And then it became fun. It was savaged cooking and doing they don't want to see this or not no one saw that. Okay. I'm astounded. You know, there's no crossover between social media and radio. I'm telling you the numbers were you are Twitter and not one of them is watching listening to the show right now. Nobody listening to my radio show today. Heard one word I said with my huge grasp of culture and art and history of develop not one of you heard it, I don't understand what's happened to the radio audience where have you gone?.
"mel gibson" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And these shorts will be all of them won't be available for streaming and on van nineteen. So this is a great opportunity. It really is. Yes. Oriental catch. Absolutely all right now this weekend. Several new film releases among them LEGO movie to tell us about that. Sequels are always problematic, and this one is being described as not as much fun as Chris LEGO movie, but also a hearted and funny ago reviews have set some of the adult humor is going to go over the kids heads which would make it enjoyable for the parents and the other new releases weekend what men want what's that about Hansel employs, a sports agent who gets powdery man's mind. Mel Gibson is based on what women want it's a role that two thousand Mel Gibson film. It's being described as an over the top. I rated comedy and that brings us to coal pursuit starring Liam Neeson. And he's put his foot in his mouth. This is a this is another one of those variations on the as making taking revenge on drug dealers who killed assigned. But it said, you know, here plays a snowplow operator. And it's based on a Norwegian film, and of course, because originally compromise exit seen what this does at the box office. But I they did cancel the red carpet premiere this week after his remarks were reported, right. Right. And he made he made a racist remark in reference to someone who was assaulted in front of his was assaulted, and it just got out of control. Yeah. He was. Yeah. Thought bubble thing. Okay. Several new DVD releases to bohemian rhapsody among them, right? You've got three astronomical film. Stay secre humane wraps. Grammy nominated for best picture and Rami is best after shoplifters. It's an Oscar nominated for language from Japan about a family of small time. Crooks take in an orphan. Eternity gate with Willem Defoe, of course, from Appleton Banco. It's an impressionistic portrait of his life and work in the front writer. Hugh Jackman playing Gary Hart the presidential contender who was caught up in a sex scandal way back when your DVD releases this week and also available pay per view, streaming sort of a poll pre of television doing coming up this week starting with Sunday night right night is a busy night the Grammys hosted by Kendrick Lamar Lee combinations. Expect performances than Radi guy got Parton post Malone. Also, the Walking Dead begins its ninth season it's been renewed for attempts season. But there's a fourth set tonight Guerrero who plays Michelle an who lives in Black Panther will not return for the tenth season. You know, Jeff Bezos has got a lot on his plate. There's this week. But he has a soft spot in his heart for the expanse. Amazon is going to be airing the first three seasons of this. Great opera. Yeah. Compared to a battle star galactica in my mind, and he has ordered a drop. Axle. I refuse are available now starting Sunday on Amazon and Monday night, something interesting on Monday night on AME right documentary on studio fifty four the disco nightclub new series called miracle workers equal Shamir's God. Yes. Who decided to destroy the earth and Daniel Radcliffe as an angel trying to stop him Wednesday. You've got a SCI fi anthology called weird city participate. Jordan Peele on YouTube premium and then Friday lorraina Lorena Bobbitt documentary produced again by appeal on Amazon proven innocent, FOX lawyer drama and the umbrella academy at ten episode series based on a graphic novel or it's an X men type tail. Superheroes. And that's all right. And let's see a lot of stuff going on on. Netflix. Tell us about that. Well, you know, if you're if you're looking for something to watch this weekend, and you're always growing networks trying to figure out what to watch a couple of recommendations Russian doll, the tashaun Leone and a dark smart groundhog day types. Yes. Show as women turning thirty who lives her death over and over again cry about this botched music concert in the tropics. It's a documentary and was directed by Christmas and it never happened. Right. And never have never happened. It's still. Fascinating story, then high flying bird I recommend. Yes. Basketball drama tensions between the NBA and the players union by the writer and director Steven Soderbergh who filmed on an iphone. Okay. All right. And a lotta stuff being renewed a lot of series on TV being renewed. People should be happy. Mom, got renewed. Anti-ferret Allison Janney seasons. Seven and eight modern family renewed for eleven season bell. I think they're show mad stay too long at the fair. ABC renews. The good doctor the million little things and shark tank and the Simpsons was renewed for the thirty first and thirty seconds seasons at the completion of this. It'll be the longest running scripted primetime series with seven hundred and thirteen episodes. That is amazing. All right. Dwayne Dudack the Dudack abides on Facebook, Twitter dot com, and of course, instructor film at UW Milwaukee. Twin always appreciate it. Thank you so much. I appreciate it. Thanks. Twenty-five degrees. Partly cloudy skies. Some snow is on the way. So stay with us. WTMJ news time is seven twenty eight this box.
"mel gibson" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Thank you for threes. We have rain and forty two at eight seventeen. Alright are fat guy to movies here. Kevin car fat guys at the movies dot com. Eight Kevin Kelly. How're you doing this more? Excellent. I know this is highly anticipated the LEGO movie to the second part. I hope it's good. This one is obviously the sequel to the original LEGO movie back from five years ago. I even though they've had a bad. Aman legal moving in lake Liga movie. They're continuing the characters from this first film in its own official sequel, and it has it takes five years in the future after the daughter or the sister has been forced to be able to play with the kids down on the beach with all his Legos. There's there's of course, a spat between brother and sister and Emmett in this friends have to stop an alien and Peter from kidnapping a group of of their leaders. I you know, what? That's the premise the premises a little bit loose. But it's it's that way because these movies are sort of high-concept isn't as a freshman originalism first one, but nothing ever is going to be actually works for what it is. And I can have some good laughs. So my son's going to see it today. So he'll love it. Get his report later pretty good pass, Tiffany haddish, Chris Pratt. Elizabeth Bank will Arnett Channing Tatum and more Jonah hill. So hopefully, it's good. What men want is just like the just the reverse that that Mel Gibson movie remake of sorts for that one sort of a loose remake. They do a gender switch on it. And instead of Mel Gibson learning to give me the ability to hear women's thoughts tragedy Henson getting the ability here men's thoughts, and she plays a sports agent who is feel she's been passed over a lot because she's a woman, and of course, when she gets this power, she decides to use it to her own advantage in both professional and love life. Has it had some funny moments? I think the original one. With Mel Gibson was fresher simply because Nancy Meyers director that one. And she is a fantastic director in this one tragedy. Henson is a great actor at times, it feels like she's doing a movie that's less than the level. She's at right now. But it does have a couple of decent moments is just not I I know you didn't screen it. But there's the prodigy with Taylor schilling. Do something other than piper Chapman. She's done stuff before. It's just now that she has the orange new black behind her. Everyone's capitalize on her. She's trying to merge into a different genre. This one is. Of course, a horror thriller was she plays a woman whose son not just a prodigy of genius. But also possibly evil eye your basic evil kids movie to go along with films like the bad seed from way back in the day to to Joshua. Sort of fair that's out there. So it's always a horror movie Tanaka around at this time, it's sort of a thriller. And there's a he's in a bit of hot water these days, but our new Liam Niessen movie out. That's right tease in a hot water, but he's in a cold movie in that whole pursuit where he plays a snowplow driver whose son is killed by a gang gang warfare drug dealers. And so what he does what he finds out who they are. He goes after them for revenge at the movie, the movie does spit into a bigger story than that. But that's the general kick to it. I like these Liam Easson, I'm gonna come find you and kill you movies. I love his revenge. Dr he has in the film. So, you know, I know a lot of the buzz and fluff of what's going on behind the scenes and just enjoyed for the movie, so I'll tell her she'll schilling is doing the prodigy Natasha Leone from orange is the new black has this new series on Netflix Russian doll, which I binge watch. All last week. I I loved it. It was so well done it was very dark, but very well done. It's very dark. It's basically like a dark more modern version of groundhog day. Yes, she is re experiencing the same day over and over again. And it it does get a little more in depth and a little more complex as you move onto the episodes. There's only episodes on there. But it just dropped on Netflix last week. Yeah. It's an interesting film or series a really inches on on passionately on as sort of carrying it. And she's quite good at it. And and sort of this. At times overly self aware as a movie can be do you think they'll do another seasons? It pretty much resolved at the end. I don't wanna see I actually haven't gotten to the end. But you know, they always find a way to make things do it again. They can always find a way. That's that's the one constant in Hollywood is if you haven't success, they will always find a way to capitalize. Hey, Kevin have a great week. All right. We'll talk to you later. Kevin car fat guys at the movies fat guys at the movies dot com, and that is free movie Friday here W G Y and Adam tickets, the best after book, your movie tickets wants to send you to see the LEGO movie to the second part in theaters today. The ganger back to continue their adventure in space..
"mel gibson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE
"One and you'd like this movie. It's a Mel Gibson movie called payback. It's really good. Okay. It's one that get much high by there was I think there was like all kinds of turmoil behind the scenes or whatever. And they changed directors or some such one of those kinds of gimmicks. But it's Mel Gibson and his Mel Gibson. That makes sense. A weapon is a weapon. Mel Gibson type. You know? And he and spoiler alert. He's like the best bad. Good guy. You know, he's a former criminal, but he's like going back to get revenge on these guys you have to see it. It's it's really cool. Let's get Carl up next. Hey, Carl talking about underrated movies. What are you guys? Great topic is always last weekend. When the weather was equally crummy for the first time in about twenty years. I watched the last waltz. Believe hunt believable movie, you got the you've got Joni Mitchell. Bob Dylan Clapton young all on the stage at the same time amazing flicks. And Carl somebody was telling me they they do that every year at thanksgiving. They watch that. Because that's the time of year was shot and thanks for all you need to watch that. And I could walls last fall since the band when they broke. Yeah. Of course. Scorsese directed it. And we got sick to them in concert. But like you said all these great old acts from back in the day. Let's talk Chris next. Hey, Chris, how're you doing talking about? Underrated over rated movies. What do you have underrated overrated movies? So well, I got two things wine before we get to the movies. You were talking about your date with your wife. Yes. Well, I remember my an immersion. I picked it I propose to my wife was the anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, June twenty fifth. I will always remember the day today day. So..
"mel gibson" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"I mean, this is market economy. Right. If you have the leverage, and there's not very many times as a professional athlete where you have leverage not many times in life, Mike where you have leverage. Like at me you've been doing you've been in the radio game for how many years now twenty something. Oh, yeah. How many times have you had leverage word? They were so afraid to say, hey, we can't lose this guy. Guy because this other station or this other markets coming after him, and you know, to where you could really swing the ham or whoever was employees once and that was that was even swinging the hammer, right? This one when I'm saying like, I you know, I played the NFL started for twelve years. I never once had leverage ever because I had injury history and everything else and into television game. You know, I'm never really had any leverage in the television game because let's face it. You know, I played a position. That's not sexy a played offense of line. And you know, it just it is what it is on the radio game. You had the hammer. It was like, well, it's. But I didn't swing at Har. No. But you just you know, I just yeah. I just blew at your disposal. I play a couple of fingernails needed. Yes. Yeah. But but your March Lara's. That's right. That's right. I didn't get what was the movie Mel Gibson. It was in that. They crushed his feet with a hammer. Remember that movie? Oh, I know which one you're talking about. Yeah. Don't don't know. Right off the top. Is is is effort in just Google? Mel Gibson getting footsie feet crushed, you know. Right. What was that? I can't. I can't remember. But I just do. Remember them swing that hammer on the feet, and I was the whole time. I was like I mean, I stopped my toe, and I fall on the ground and cry like, you know, like a baby pay your toll hurts payback pay back is that it sounds good to me before we before we wrap this up. Can you explain what the hell was going on with Adam gates his eyes head his press conference? Dude. I wasn't sure if they hired Adam gay, sir. Crazy. I Steve sham. What the hell who did you guys? You know, you know, Adam you've done do you sat across from him in a in a meeting is that like does that happen because that'd be distracting his hell like, hey. Well, I know I know over here. No here. I have never I have never ever seen. Adam look like that like a never seen him. Go all googly crazy. I'd on people like I've never seen that ever before. I am. I'm absolutely flung expired, but here's the deal. Like, I haven't I haven't received a return takes text him several times here in the last couple of in the last couple of. Weeks or so and he hasn't returned where my Texan. I'm thinking because he can't see any sting on his phone like he usually gets right back to me. I'm like that. What's wrong with Adams number here, folks? No. He can't read that look at those is there's no way he can read his Texas. Is there one of those things that like 'cause you know, now, you're gonna become an internet to you know, what I mean? So it's like crying, Jordan. You know, you're going to become an internet goal. Yeah. Always something that you're a forever. Will they call mean? Yeah. I mean for the rest of your are is that something that you're like dreading now because you know, it's going to be out there, or you know, that you will live forever. You are now immortal. Yeah. Is that something you're almost proud of? Yes, you are Connor MacLeod McLeod clause. You all in. All right. Yeah. I don't know. Everytime. Come on every time. You see it? Like, there's gotta be some. There's gotta be a reason I want to know what the like do they come out with an excuse. So they come out with like a Adam had just been in the eye, doctor and got his eyes dilated like today come out of that. Like, you got to come up with something got to come. You know, whatever they come up with it's going to be a complete dote ally. Right, right. Yeah. You got to you know, sensitivity lights..
"mel gibson" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"He talked about frequent visits there with his late mother. We'd go to McDonalds almost every morning. She drinker Cup of coffee. She'd wear this cheap lipstick, and she'd leave this red lipstick around the Cup Kelly said that well first of all to McDonald's for being so big that that's not even a thing. USA as much Donald is just a house just like going to the store. You know, what I mean to be like he started people? It's like if you're a small brand, it'd be an art Kelly was just decided to work for you for a day. Like that would be the biggest thing that happened to you. But yeah, so bakers like you don't even associate that with the brand. I feel that this has to have been a franchisee though, because I feel like McDonald's corporate if some if they'd Nass she we had this guy who's being indicted for child pornography work in our Trifu. I feel like the CEO a lot of go in to eat. Well, yeah. But I feel like Ronald McDonald re. Polly be like, yeah. We don't want that worked out window, right? Right. But I'm gonna guess. Yeah. It was some like local franchise owner who was like we'll FOX business. Mcdonald's in Saint Louis. Yeah. I feel like would you have gone if you were there at that time like knowing what was going on? But like he's found guilty yet like as a normal person. Would you be like I'm gonna go get food from the art Kelly drive through you know, what also this also someone who was born in Saint Louis, and who has been their number of times in my life. If I was going to get handed French fries by a child pornographer, I would expect it to be at a McDonald's and Saint Louis. Yeah. That's like I think looking back. I'm like oh on principle. I wouldn't want anything to do with him. But I'm like if I was there at that time and someone was like dude r Kelly's handing out burgers demonstrate, I'm I'm going to be totally honest. I probably would drive through like, I don't like the right thing to do. And you can like whatever come at me. But I'm being honest. I think I would have gone, so okay. Let me only positives to you. If like Mel Gibson gets no because I don't care about Mel Gibson. I would have to be someone you care. I don't care about. What is the difference? Maybe the public opinion thing did make a difference him singing about him. So because I'm like, you know, what I mean like he seems more human. I mean, he was super popular though, too. I mean already outside all this. So I don't know. I think if it was someone like, okay, William Shatner is a famous person. I'd love who. I'm sure has done horrible things that just haven't heard about he must've shattner, I'm all he has to have look at look into his. But he just looks like a character actor who plays that. I think be sweet we don't know if any member of Hollywood has killed someone for money and Bill Shatner. Okay. I'm saying that right now, I have no evidence of this completely unsubstantiated Herta here for any Ayla star is a hit, man. It's it's Bill Shatner in his younger days when he was a lumberjack just that classic Canadian stereotype of the lumberjack slash handed burgers by like, a serial killer. No. But if. Like Shatner care. And I knew it. I would do it. If arbiters was handing out burgers, people, go people would go. But I don't think I would want to know. I don't want a killer to look me in the eye ever. Because it's like, I don't know how they choose their victims. Like, if they know my face, I might be dead in ten you know, what I mean? Like, I don't know. Maybe one day. They'll be like I remember that face. Oh, just randomly ultras killer. You know what? I mean. I don't know anyway. Sorry for derailing. It's not only from St Louis. What is Nellie from? Oh, anyway, I I I guess other artists from island is if like Bill Shatner was on trial for some terrible crime. And he was on his way to court working at a McDonald's. I would try to get some mcnuggets from from William Shatner, you it. I I think I would so. Yeah. That that's your answer is I can see why people would do this. So quite the digression on October twenty ninth two thousand four a few days after Kelly's night at.
"mel gibson" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I don't think you will be their soul and make it you'll try to save everybody knew dire. Like like this. Go people. Leave everybody just. That is true. You never see. Let's play video games before. She kills everybody. This people's over. Leave. Yeah, foolish. He's right. Think I'm going to be like Mel Gibson shit. Dead. So act like really pick this person. She's right. But I play one on the NFL. Yeah. She's right, man. And if I do live, I'm going to be that dude as chained up the front of somebody's car. Dressed in leather. Nah. He's good man because he is a straight up as long as movie, but not again, not unlikable. Okay. There's actually kind of charm to what he's doing and the movie he's just pretty he's just practical man, but you know, in he's kind of guy where you know, you you are made to dislike him in the beginning. But they do. But it's either because they rent some good stuff for him. Our he's just that good of an actor. Are you know, maybe the movie does work well with the with that character? But John Malkovich is really sells at man. He's very good in this. Okay. What? Now, I'm talking about. What do you think about the movie, so far general I don't wanna give any spoilers? I liked it a lot actually. And I was glad that I wasn't watching it in a movie theater because it was pretty tense. Some some parts Kosslick. When you cannot see just it's very stressing because we use all the time. So when you put yourself in the character that cannot see and they have kids around like little kids. They're trying to do whatever they're told and stuff it's very tense on parts. And I was happy that I was in a movie theater because screaming. If I wasn't a movie theater, I would feel tense Morton's where I was in the living room. You know, you can lick around like. Real life. Cosc-? She's right man of the. Everything that I've been saying. Of course, it's the premise of movie that sells it because it is such a great premise in all goes to this is a big fuck you to harm movies out there, especially movies that are depending on a lot of CG. Yeah. And a lot of jump scares because this goes to show what we often say about horror movies all the time. The you know, the less you showed the better is annual associate. You never see the monster. Yeah. And it actually works. A smart idea knows. That's what I like. Like, I don't like all these CD's spent all this money and everything like I like like having a really good idea. Like, you don't even need a lot of money to execute it if it's a good idea, and this is that kind of okay? So with that in mind, how does this compare to a quiet place, which is what it's most compared to quiet places? I think a better movie, and I'll explain to you on a little bit. I mean, I mean, you know, a quiet place was the film that was able to push yourself over into that the actual area, a think a quiet place. I don't think it's fair because even had a day had something that was probably harder to work with which is no sound. Yeah. Yeah. Having no aside is scary, not hard. But right different. If this movie like they kept you couldn't see anything. But we'll watching we're watching them go to their actions, a quiet place. That's a situation where the movie has to the movie has to be made to accommodate silence. There's more there's more technical expertise to work around that special in audio area. So I, you know, it's not even kind of fair to compare that to the same thing. But I would say tension wise. It's right up there. I'll even say that. Okay. This is probably a little more tense because you feel for the characters they can't see you making these things first of all the movie has you just guessing I mean, you're not going to be able to stop trying to guess what these creatures look like you trying to piece together a silhouette right there..
Kevin Hart steps down as Oscars host
"Oscars. Well as often happens when things like this are announced. Offensive tweets that Kevin Hart had years ago. Came up and these tweets were reposted and made their way around social media. Many of these tweets were, very homophobic, and Kevin Hart had to sit here and realized that this was a big controversy. All of these tweets he had looked Kevin Hart's a comedian. And he tweeted out some things that he probably thought were funny. One thing was about his son growing up if he was gay. I would stop him from being gay. Now is this him talking tongue-in-cheek is this him being a hundred percent serious? I mean, you know, you don't know what's in somebody's mind when they want to tweet something, and again, these are tweets from years ago many as much as ten years ago. It got so bad. Kevin Hart stepped down as host of the Oscars. He was announced today, and he withdrew from hosting the Oscars. Now, the Oscars has to go look for somebody else to host the show because of these homophobic comments that were made on Twitter by him years and years ago, and the reason this intersection sports is because this is the same thing we saw earlier sear with Josh hater we saw with Josh Allen quarterback of the bills night of the NFL draft. All these racist tweets from Josh Allen from five years ago when he was in high school came up same thing with Josh Hader. Josh comes in all star game, boom. Neither the all star game. Here's some old tweets from Josh hater where he saying some very racist things. And Josh Hader, had to apologize for Josh Allen had to apologize for maybe fell a little bit through the draft because of it. But this has happened now. So many times mainly we saw it in the world. Of sports. But now, here's entertainment. And it's the first thing you think of when you see Kevin Hart is Josh and Josh Allen, and how many times and now you're wondering the next time. This is going to happen. Because believe me, there's people who have these tweets saved up waiting for the right moment to say, you know, what I'm gonna loose this on everybody. And you're going to see exactly what they said years and years ago some seven years ago eight ten years ago doesn't matter they use the curiosity in this particular case. And obviously, you can't it's like when we talk about these sarcasm font and it being necessary for Twitter, right where people take you at your word, Kevin Hart as a comedian and distasteful. Sure, we can have those discussions in the change of where the line is in a in a lot of discussion and a lot of where society and culture in a second in a lot of. Areas at this point. But this is something he's address before the something. He's talked about before. And he's continued to make at a minimum ten movie swabs GV appearances. Plus stand up tours whatever every year. This is not been a controversy. That's in persistent. So but now. But why why is the Oscars? The biggest thing he's ever done in his hosting the Oscars. That's the biggest thing. This is the pinnacle of his career hosting the Oscars. A really really big deal. Sure, it is you it's bigger than any movie he's ever done. It's a bigger audience at one point a bigger. Focus on him. No, no, focus on how bad or well. His his performance, you host the Oscars. It's the biggest moment of your career. Biggest moment of Seth Macfarlane's career. Biggest moments of Billy crystal's grand. These are guys that have had great careers. But you Oscars. That's something different. You're talking about a television audience. That's only rivaled by the Super Bowl. It's more people watch the super, obviously. So it's a little bit less than that. But you're talking about a television audience that that everybody is watching you this is about you. It's once in a lifetime. So this is when okay, what is really the most the most powerful time to strike at Kevin Hart. When a movie of his is coming out on a Friday or hey, your name is the Oscar host. You know, what bull here it is? Here's these Ray. And because the new cycle is owned by the fact that here, you are you're the Oscar host so people are paying attention to this story already. And now, here's where I come out with. Here's these tweets he had years and years ago that he's addressed and instead of bowing to the pressure from the Oscar said, hey, we need you to apologize. We need you to go and condemn what you said. And he's talked about it. Because look I was a different guy, then those jokes is part of the act, etc. And take him at his word or don't the reality is it's it's years in the past that has been addressed. He said, I'm not apologizing about I get that. Some of the things though are need a little bit more of an explanation. Maybe he's gonna regret it later because it's the Oscars. He's gonna say I'll buy I would have had to why did they not do this? It's the Oscars because right now his reputation is really low. You don't wanna turn into some look what happened to Mel Gibson for how many years he was like everybody's staying away from him. And he's had to come back in the shadows. And come back from from getting arrested in everything and he's not really all the way back yet. Kevin hart. I didn't need to apologize. But what explain some of this stuff? Just do something to say, why don't you want your son to grow up? I don't want to be a conversation about this. The it's mainly about how would you become famous? You have to realize, and this is what so many people on Twitter don't realize when they first get on it. It's not a group tech. Next right, Twitter's not a group. Text Twitter is not you and a bunch of people hanging out in the living room making jokes. But that's how people treat it like they're texting with their friends like, hey like athletes like Josh Allen. He's just fooling around in high school. He's around on Twitter with his buddies who were on Twitter. And it's a fun thing thinks like it's only the small circle of us. That are looking at things Twitter is a record is a physical record of you, your beliefs, and what you say, and everybody's got to realize that and athletes don't realize that you're not in a locker room hanging out talking and saying off color things and things that could be offensive. But because you're joking around in the locker room, everything is okay. That's not what Twitter is and people still don't realize that Josh hater didn't realize what Twitter was Josh Allen didn't realize it Kevin Hart, beginning didn't realize it. I can just say whatever I want to and part of it is when you're a comedian, and you're an athlete, and you're you're an entertainer. You're not really as beholden to things as you are. And you're an athlete because I. Could say what I want 'specially comedians because that's what they do some jokes are in bad taste, but they do that for a living. So you don't realize it. Okay. I need to be beholden to anybody. But then the stuff comes back, and you go, oh, it's really come back to bite me in the ass realize that Twitter what you tweet is a is a public record of who you are what you're saying. And the number one thing you should do if you're famous go back and scrub that Twitter account. Maybe people have it already and they're waiting for you to be famous. But if you're not famous people on hold onto stuff go and take a whole day, go through all your tweets scrubbed, the bad ones. Get rid of the bad ones. Go through everything just keep going, however long. It is go to Starbucks sit in front get that delete button ready and get rid of anything. You think I don't want this taken the wrong way? Someone might come back and see this get rid of it. But yet because there's still keeps happening and happening sports and people didn't pay attention happen to Kevin Hart. People are still going to let this go. And you're going to see this controversy continue with different people Jewish statements that he put up on Twitter just a little while ago. I made the choice to step down from. This year's Oscars. This is because they did not want to be a distraction on night that should be celebrated by so many talented artists. I sincerely apologize to the LGBTQ community for my insensitive words from my past. I'm sorry that I hurt people. I'm evolving and to continue to do. So my goal is to bring people together not terrorists apart, much, love and appreciation d the academy. I hope we can meet again. So there's his apology. So there's this apology on twentieth. Politics, LG LGBTQ community. That's that's kind of getting that finally from him. So hoping that this turns the page and maybe doing it now. Maybe they wait a week and say, you know, what? No, we he apologizes. This is that and he could go in and host the Oscars again. But at the very least it's a wakeup call for everybody about not pressing send her we're gonna talk about Herm Edwards for thirty years. Don't press send one of the wisest things he ever said he says, he's a garage. I went back and tremendous job at the college level that was mocked and derided when it happened in. In a very avid says one of the most intelligent things related to our social media world you play to win the game. And don't press. He can make T shirts for days. Yeah. That's you. Gotta do. That's odd. Kevin hart. That's the t shirt I wear the next couple of days. So 'cause you know paparazzi is gonna fall around now because all the stuff that don't press N t shirt. He's in Australia. I believe right to win the game Twitter at how about a Fresca, Mike, it's Molin dome. The Jason Smith show with. Fred Mike, carbon coming up next
Predator 2 (1990) Born into a Bin
"I know the human being and fish can coexist peacefully. Hello and welcome to the spoilt Milt movie podcast hair spoilt milk. We like to discuss destroy and dissect guilty pleasure movies and decide whether they're truly spoilt milk, or if they ascended into fine. Looks Yoris cheese. So without further ado Wego. Warning who's podcast is full of sport was for the title feature on this body language from the start. If you've never seen the film or your fended by Bob language, you hop in warrant. Guys today is well, this week's episode of the spilt milk podcast chums not here. Bakers is one and off doing some honeymoon shit in America. So you've got me. You've got the Hobo and we have to special guests today. So we have Laura Laura's being with us before. No. And we also have my bath Richie. So she's seen like five films in the whole of his life, including not will not include in the one that we're watching sages chiming in just for the shits and giggles. So we're going to move onto his top three resentment you had for my better. He didn't want to admit it, but suppose of God. Do be about a half or be with me. Be better off. Fuck you didn't say welcome to spoil movie podcast. I did. This is this week's episode of the spoilt, mount poke casts for chances will continue spoil, welcome to the spoilt Milt movie car. Just exactly. I'm not jam. Why not to grow in his stick. Chums beard. Having anyone's does. You could. You could be homeless like me and it'd be matted with mud and it still doesn't grow in his is and as muddy as chums does. I don't think yours as bear, though I think is just pubic Kelly found on the streets and just speeds. PSA QC WALDO. We'll move onto the top threes. I am so shitter this. I'm so sorry. Well, we want to stop threes. I mean this far of us today, so we're gonna have to Baal out guess to a top three. So this week's is films how we're going to battle it. We'll just we'll just do vote. Topped off cop. Let's do it. So is going to get this wrong. The top three films them made into TV shows. Yeah, I struggled with this majorly. I just kept asking so movies that was then fill movies, films called them. TV show. That was wasn't TV is a Menton into say, it was a film first and then the TV show afterwards taken me in on that didn't exist before that it might have existed. Let's not that didn't exist because I don't want to ruin my two. Okay. Who wants to? I who, who who. Tune. Got like four backup. So then our. One. Outsides, then I'm going to go with all these g in house. Could. Was on a TV show. Yeah. So TV show alway, We usually usually. see it's harder than you think this is ROY. I've got it chose around all of them. Have at least twelve. New down so didn't have down a phone down movies from TV shows. Okay, we'll I, I remember it the way and everyone else has you save at yours, your examples films and TV shows. Away.
Robin Wright Believes Kevin Spacey Deserves a Second Chance: ‘Every Human Being Has the Ability to Reform’
"With, this, house of cards. Star Robin Wright believes Kevin Spacey. Should get a second chance she, plays, Claire Franken woods wife Kevin Spacey's wife. On the hit Netflix series she said in an interview that. Kevin Spacey was treated unfairly after allegations of him sexually assaulting underage. Boys came out last fall are you okay, with Robin Wright saying Kevin Spacey. Should get a second chance I'm good with this because that's what everybody on the. Left and the social Justice crowd. Wants to tell everybody right everybody needs a second chance while here's Robin, Wright, coming out and saying okay Give Kevin Spacey, a second chance I mean the other day Louis. C.. K. did a stand up comedy show in New York it was a surprise deal but at the end of, his fifteen minutes said he, got a standing ovation by. People in that crowd. And as you pointed out before night if, Mel, Gibson, of all people. Can make a comeback after the. Things that were discovered on the, voice, mail he had I'm okay with second. Chances I am this was to quote that Robin Wright did. In that interview quote I believe every human being has the ability. To reform in that sense second chances or, whatever you going to call it. Absolutely I believe in that it's called growth now think that's pretty cool because she. Acknowledges that he did something wrong. But at the same time everybody deserves a second chance I'm okay with, this Yeah I am, too except we need to. Be consistent with it Not you know who deserves a second chance and who doesn't Kevin Spacey deserves a. Second, chance with Louis, CK Louis c. k. got roasted on Twitter And then of. Course you're talking about, assaulting underage boys like Kevin Spacey. Is your Gento she's, accused of, the same thing right in. Her partner in the metoo movement rose McGowan. Was like who was fled me too movement, it was, the Salem witch trials burn people at the state we don't wait for the information you're done if you're accused then all the sudden Her Palo, Osceola Gento gets accused of. Assaulting and underage voices like all right hold. On let's wait for all the facts Right I just want some consistency now with Robin I'm with Robin Wright I'm one hundred percent right what Louis, CK shows, me though is that Twitter is not, real life for every Twitter troll. We. Have and we have a few you know ball headed liberal mica, or crazy. Bob that. Calls in sometimes to him yeah I miss crazy Bob Twitter's, not real life because everybody goes to Twitter and, says Louis, CK? What. A scumbag. But then he goes into. The show in New York the liberal of liberal cities in America, and gets, a standing ovation got roasted though there. Hasn't been enough time yet there hasn't been enough. Like. You get to decide how much Todd. Like will you decide what somebody makes a comeback social media, really no
Katy Perry Denies Dr. Luke Raped Her in Unsealed Deposition
"Out of your morning? Toast question. I guess, okay. I hope we have an array news per because this is the most rounded. Well rounded show literally show me and my body reflect the the well roundedness. We are well rounded mentally and physically, of course, Katy Perry denies doctrine loop raped her in a deposition. Katy Perry denied the doctor loop grape in recently unsealed deposition from the producers 2017 lawsuit against Russia. A report said, no. Perry replied, when asked if the music producer raped her according to us