17 Burst results for "Mercer Tomi"
"mercer tomi" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"More than just audio books much much more. Can podcast for Rams, performances comedy, which is a great option. A thank you to audible off King Dan Island directed produced. Partly written by John Appetite. We interviewed and we talked to him about the movie. Dr Him about much more than just as move. We bought his movies his favorite movies that he's done his favorite jokes. And about the making kings. Spoiler Review. We do discuss spoilers in the review and the interview, so here's our interview with John, APP doubt. Okay. We are very pumped to have judd appetite here. The King of Staten Island we we saw we've. We've seen it so early in this interview. We're not going to drop for two weeks. I actually thought this movie came out this weekend. It's not into your life. You're listening to this. This is actually at least June eleven. So is going to be out soon. but yeah. We saw the movie and we're very excited about. How are you doing? I'm doing I'm doing well. I'm glad to be here on video with you. I've been told this video and audio. Is that true? This is North Korea so we can. We can show that. We're discussing this moving. That's basically the. Finally get to show off my isolation beard. You're going to get this one. One day. This is your future guys. We all learned like it's admitted the three of US look alike. I look very very. It looks beautiful. It's gorgeous. Issue Near. Night, so you have to make a decision these times to let it fall apart or try to keep it together. You guys are trying to keep it the other. I'm going to let it fall apart. So for those who don't know, we're talking. Staten Island off the top here. It is an autobiographical comedy you wrote with David Stars Davidson many other people Mercer Tomi Dober-. It's absolutely fantastic. I don't WanNa give up too much. It's my favorite thing I've seen this year. A ton of movies out, but this was. Was Very enjoyable a we we had. We had a chance to screen it. We didn't have it for long. I actually asked me an extent I wanNA..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"I, I should probably back up and say, I mean I did so that these were in the seventies, all in the family aired from nineteen seventy five nineteen seventy nine. The jeffersons was a spin off the jeffersons were neighbors of the bunkers, and then they moved on up and got their own show. You probably even if you've never seen the show, you know, the song, moving on up or maybe not I don't know. I grew up with some of it. I, I was actually too young to really remember all in the family, but I remember the jeffersons better. I people were commenting on. Jamie. Fox's mannerisms that he, he kind of channeled Sherman Hemsley, who was the original, George Jefferson. I actually. Both Mercer Tomi and, and Jamie Foxx were a little bit distracting to me because they were so spot on it was like they were, you know, there, there's that fine line between embodying the character that you're playing, and like mimicking, the character, you're playing and I, I wanted a little bit more of a them as opposed to Jean Stapleton, and George Hemsley held him sorry for four of those characters. But I thought that everyone did a great job. I really liked wanna Sykes as Louise, or easy Jefferson and yeah. Like I said there were a couple of times when I just gasped because of things that came out of characters mouth. No, they actually bleeped twice in the jeffersons episode episode. And I know what they said. But I am not certainly, I don't say that in real life. I'm not saying on the podcast. But I clearly that was a word that was not banned in the seventies holy cow. So they just bleeped it during the live one. But wow. I'm so glad that I was not. I have not one of those actors who then had to do that, and say that word on air because I stumbled over at simply because it's not a word that I can say without. I never say it unless I absolutely have to for some reason that I can't even think of. So I never say it but. It's interesting. There was one tweet that said this is from Felix Vasquez at f v s junior who says to all the younger audience members out there. Trust me. They didn't alter a single element from the nineteen seventies television scripts, scary held very little has changed, isn't it? And then the trending hashtags were live in front of a studio audience, and all in the family. And of course, the jeffersons. So just, you know it was entertaining. I enjoyed it a lot more than I enjoyed some of the live musicals that they've done in the past that always leave me. Disappointed. So. Yeah, I actually kind of wished some of the other characters, I guess, okay, here's my here's my main question on this was these were iconic shows. They were talking about at the beginning, Jimmy Kimmel said that. Norman Lear had five of the top ten shows one year during this era that they were all Norman Lear shows, I was fascinated by that. What I don't know is if because these aren't the these aren't they are that they didn't show the episodes that were the first episodes, they, they took to episodes. And so if you didn't know the stories or you didn't know the characters or you didn't know that the point behind the shows, you don't have time to really get to know the characters and figure out what's going on. I kind of feel like you're just sort of dropped down in the middle of this, but with different people playing characters, and so that was a little disconcerting for me, but overall enjoyable experience definitely trending and it was fun to read through the, the tweets and such didn't read through them before I watched it because I'm on the west coast, so there was lots of tweets that would have that would have spoilt some things. So went through them later, it is time to take our first break of the podcast. Before we take that break, though. I do want to talk to you, as I mentioned, at the beginning, this is brought to.
"mercer tomi" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
"His daughter's baby and snap signs of paper. That says Anthony can have what fifty thousand dollars Anthony can have raised. I don't remember what it is. There's a lot of like that farce business where there is object s- that are changing have. I just think it was important to to make clear that Anthony sizes paper saying, he's the father of this baby. Because that's how snaps then try to wrangle him into marrying Mersa toe may to give this unborn child that does not exist father. And he also says that the Phoenicia are famous assassins, he'll send them after him. And this is there's a there's a thing here where the Phoenicia is. They're really proud that one of their suits was in the newspaper. And so they've an article about a about a gangster who was murdered in one of their suits. And then and and. Anthony's is trying to they're like, oh, you they're very proud of their work. They consider artists, and they say take a look at this. And they show him that article. And he takes it as more proof that they are assassins. I run the press clippings, and I'm like, all right? That wasn't like hilarious. It's like clever callback. Yeah. It was one of the better far school. We'll we'll spendings of the of the movie, I think do you wanna talk about how that turns into a kind of random jazz piano sequence where Anthony brothers are playing jazz piano together. It's not really pertinent to the plot. But it is a lot of fun. It's basically excuse for Harry Shearer to like waves finger in the air as if he's listening to. A hop and soon. Yeah. This is one of the few moments in that was like after the claim Asian opera singer. That was the moment movie. Whereas like what? It was amazing to see Harry Shearer act because as we all know in real life. You cannot feel joy. So to see that happen. L really arstan. Given us so much enjoyment over the has his spinal tap, the Simpsons the voice of that stormtrooper in the original Star Wars Linke unfunny radio show. Oh, wow. Ooh. Got look just want to make clear the Harry Shearer depictions of Dan McCloy did not reset Representative of the law the house. No. I love Harry shirt. I just find that radio show in explicable. But listen to it. No, the the government is is the blast to get him to my house. They're trying to get me to leave my apartment, but I'm not going to do. Anyway, that was thing to say. So Anthony meets the daughter aids, Mercer Tomi. Yes. Do they like each other? What? No, they do not Anthony. They don't hit it off kit it off. No, no. So all right. This is where I lose the thread a little bit. So is around now that they introduce an additional character in the form of Tim curry playing Dr pool. Yes. Snaps his elocution teacher. Dunster of what language he's like. He's a real Henry Higgins type is a doctor of speak, Allah. She. Yeah, he can like Henry Higgins, he can guess where anyone's from based on their accent Anthony decides this is the guy who I'm going to on the palm lease off on. The world this lonely young hunk, Tim curry. Yes. And Now, Dan, I think you're maybe the world's number one Tim curry fan. Correct. Let's say let's say that's true. Did it feel strange to us to me when even knowing that Tim curry was in the movie from seeing his name in the credits when he suddenly appeared bringing an English accent with him. I will say that this is going to sound like such a an insult about like like a person's appearances Tim curry is a unique looking fellow. But I've never seen him looking weirder than this movie. They really they really make him look kinda strange. Yeah. And that's that's keeping in mind that his first major breakthrough role that I can think of was as a as a cross dressing vampire from outer space and here he looks like even that that if I saw Dr Franken furhter walking down the street. I'd be like all right. But if I saw Dr pool walking down the street, it'd be like that guy's got some weird issues..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Bruce Vallance he's one of the guys at rights for the Oscars every year. O Z writes, the punchy little bits. Yeah. He's sort of a legendary writer in Hollywood and for writing stuff like that. And he was on Hollywood squares. You probably recognize him if he looked up. He's great. He's he's a cheer delight. So I'm not I'm not knocking them love that guy. Dallas English says how do you think the Oscars will change in the next fifty years doesn't seem like they're on a sustained path? I mean does he think they're going to go away? That's a stable him. Now. The Oscars is living in breathing thing. It's changed a lot of it's sustainable. I mean, there's so much money in Hollywood. And it's literally there would stop their own. Hollywood's Pat themselves on. Could not do that. They would never miss that opportunity to. Well. It's about say dirty, but I stopped myself Pat themselves on the back there you go Pat themselves over and over on the back on the back. Let me see here. Michael Griffith says what are the real world effects of being nominated or winning? Well. Year about the Oscar bump in your career. It's supposed to increase your profile and get better roles. Yeah. But it is not very famously not done that sometimes it can be fickle. Because then you get typecast you get associated with that role or something. Maybe like I remember Elizabeth Shue for Leaving Las Vegas, Leaving Las Vegas. They thought that was like oh well from here on out. But it didn't quite go that way, and I think Mercer Tomi as well. It almost seems like you have to Alrighty be established. And then it gives you the bump. Maybe I don't know. Are you have to be already bankable kind of? And maybe raise your profile. Yeah. It's no that's an interesting phenomenon to dissect. Yeah. Look at the numbers, and look like how it's -ffected people over over the years, or whatever what you do is you go back and look like let's say the next three movies after your best actor actress award like what were those? But sometimes I'm not saying their fault. But sometimes people have made very poor. Visions further next movie after their Oscar. That's they thought like was going to be the right thing. And it turned out not to be absolutely. I it just goes to show. There's a lot of savvy that has to go into like picking roles, and you know, you have to have good people. I guess that give you good advice ultimate we have good intuition, otherwise tank your career pretty quick if you accidents sign onto something that seems great on paper. And then it just doesn't sure and, you know, taking the the bad advice of agent or manager to that factors in. Oh, absolutely. Absolutely. Let me see here. Brandon. Sergei or gal says what your favorite sandwich? I'm gonna go with what's really close when between Philly cheese steak and French dip interesting. What about you, those are very good sandwiches? I I like I like a astronomy. Like, oh, yeah. What are they Conroy episode pastrami on rye? I I really think the best sandwich that there is though is a really good bond me. Oh, sure. Because he got that crunchy bread crunchy on the outside soft on the inside. Geez. I'll get a little bit of spice little bit. Sweet. Good same. Yeah. No, Monte Cristo. No. I do. I'm more of a crook masseuer kind of guy. I love croque-monsieur the egg on the top. Yeah. Is it which is the Marsha? On top. I think that's what the F and the cheese ham. That's right. Which is a lot like a Monte Cristo. So I need to look into my sandwich..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on Movie Crush
"A lotta good Whistler. Whistler whistler. I am too. I can't do it right now though. That's fine. Sorry, did it'd be all just blow into the mic? I've been eating tall teen. So oh, yeah. It was pretty big mess. Well, obviously, the Warren Beatty. Bockel? Well, sure, that's the big. That's the only really big one. I could well that and then, you know, the whole story about Jack pallets Aaron Lee giving the award to Mercer Tomi for my cousin Vinny. Now, I don't remember that that sort of the the legend has it is that she really did not win that award. He said the wrong name it has ruled with and they just rolled with it. I think it has been proven that is not the case. But I'm gonna dig into that. Maybe a recount that story in a future. Good one four Hollywood history would. No, thank you. It makes me think I've actually done it. That would be sad. If I forgot that I'm old, everyone, my memory's fading. Let me see here. Kevin her bond says is there a chance the host won't make this joke. So this year we saw villain with funky skin tone, try to kill the world with his children and we saw fan OSE. That's pretty good. Kevin you should. They should have a hotline re could submit Oscar jokes because that's a perfect Oscar joke that sounds like Bruce Vallance wrote it with his own with his own stubby fingers..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"For the interior design like vine molding. There's a ton of moment. It's care case. God grotto out there. Something's going on Pinterest. Just. There's a weird thing though. Like, they're there in the apartment, she showing him around. And he's like, oh, what's that? What's that coming through the window and some of the fucking plane Frank Sinatra goes, let's turn it up. And he opens the windows, and they start dancing, and he's like he does that line. Where would you bed be and just like right here? He's like oh. So if your bed was here, we'd be dancing on your bid. It's fucking Frank Sinatra. Again to have very uncomfortable sex, and again like they have zero point zero chemistry. I think he's got. He's got good chemistry with Rene Russo and this lethal weapon, movies definitely does. And Helen hunt has good chemistry again with Paul Reiser other chemistry with Bill. Paxton twister twister. Terrible chemistry with Jack Nicholson because I don't know why she would want to date her fuck and grandfather in that movie. Yeah. Well, it's good. As it gets, dude. How what is you gotta do. Yes. Also, right in that realm of you got to do it. But actually, he says Mercer Tomi shoehorn there because I made this joke when I was watching it. She's like, oh, you're gay. He goes, I'm as gays it gets. And I said that is the porno parody the Academy Award winning Helen hunt. Phil. About Greg Kinnear's character. It's just beginning junior. And that's it. But also get sucks the on the one that either. So I'm time was realizing marching this that I've seen mad about you. And this and that's kind of the only. Going back for a by don't remember the last time. I saw it. I don't remember. Hey, like James Brooks has got a better. Like, I just I don't know he treats her like shit that entire movie. Thank you, by the way for the one time. You're nice to me. Now, it will date fucking octogenarian. Very mad at the time that she won the Oscar over Kate, Winslet and Titanic. Right. Jerry is that because I was thirteen weights. I totally forgot that Helen hunt. Is it a kademi award? Yes. Wow. And Mel Gibson has no acting Academy Awards is putting but not a one for acting or one of the worst movies ever Braveheart. Yeah. I hate that fucking poopers. That was what happened in though, I still fucking hate it..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Time. Movies out this week ten years ago hotel for dogs? My bloody Valentine notorious and Paul mall cop. I cannot believe that Pablo mall cop came out ten years. I actually saw Paul borders. Okay. I saw in the theater hotel for dogs. I I know I've never watched it. My I don't think I watched it anymore. Kyle's watch it doesn't times. He loves that movie. Here a member remember hotel for dogs. I don't think. That was the the the niece or nephew of what's her face Roberts. Julia Roberts niece or nephew is the one that stars in. It is this that was like a big thing that movie a big thing. Kind of I feel like enduring just came out in two thousand two thousand nine book. There were a lot of movies kind of in like the two thousand two thousand to two thousand ten era that came out there were like talking dogs and cats. They still do that. But that was like. Really? Remember totally loving that. When I was we're watching Peter rabbit tonight. I've been told it's hysterical. I'm like, okay. Fine. My bloody Valentine I haven't seen it. So they see it. I never saw it. I couldn't tell you didn't see any of those. Let's let's let's see Pablo mock-up know why. I think he's up. No head. Between. Craft brew trip. Didn't look good. Yeah. It was mildly funny. I mean, he's McKenzie's mildly funny. Kevin james. Is there a good? Kevin Jay, I'm not saying that I'm not saying that you should have seen it. I'm just surprised. Offended. Everyone. Evert's going movie Kevin James falls into the same category. He's good as a bit player. Like in in the in the we'll we'll hitch here. True. Love him and hits. Yeah. That's true. That's just can't lead. Just don't lead. Yes. Up. Stop trying to make him a things up trying to make Kevin James. Let me he's finding just stop junior. Queens was was very popular and successful was on for a long time. And he's got a new soccer on. Yeah. Yeah. It's a different. It's a different show. Now, I forgot what it's called Kevin can waiter or not he can wait for me to watch him again on the show. Yeah. No. I can't remember the name of the show that he's on right now. You're right. I'm pretty sure it's something like Kevin eight or something like that movies out twenty years ago at first sight varsity blues and virus virus, a horrible scifi movie with Jamie Lee Curtis. Guilty pleasure varsity blues, I love that movie. Guilty pleasure. It's a good movie. I love that movie nothing. No, guilty pleasure. I it's very self-aware very self aware. And it just does what it needs to do. It's over. It's like the the feuding of the fathers and all that stuff. It's such a fine little movie ally. Nothing wrong with that at all. That movie. Yeah. I haven't seen it in God years. I'd probably probably worth going back for a rewatch varsity blues. Yeah. University of I have not seen any of these. Wow. Efforts sight was a Val Kilmer who was blind Mira Sorvino. That sounds awful. Obliged massage therapist. It was the. This one. Volcano Dante's, aren't my shoulders. You had you had volcano Dante's peak had Armageddon. Deep impact at first sight was the was the blind version of the one with. With the with the heart. The blind pump up the volume the volume very bad things having the darn it. I was gonna say Kevin bacon. But that's not right Christian Slater, so Christian Slater. And the the the AMA from the news Spiderman movies, Mercer Tomi until may. Oscar his. Okay. Sorry who are the actors versatile? Okay. Okay. Second. Here. Do some do some later. This is a long way to make this really stupid comparison. This better be begun tamed heart Daehnhardt, so yes. So that for site is untamed heart Dante's peak is to volcano acceptance is is not his heart, his heart. Not as is long way to go. Really.
"mercer tomi" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hundred seven sixty campaign be if you want to call in and participate in our game. So we are going to be talking about kind of civics. I guess because civics don't really get taught that much anymore or it's not that big. It's not impressed upon us. Like it used to be. And I remember when I was growing up. I was fascinated with history. I was fascinated with how everything works and that maybe just me. But I think some people are too. There's a lot of misinformation when it comes to when it comes to some of this stuff about what the president can do what the Senate can do. So we're going to kind of circle the wagons on some of those two so who who can be a juror. Now a full disclosure. I have not been called on a jury before. Because as an attorney. They don't want me and. I just never made it onto a jury before. So I don't know exactly how the system works. But I know how it's supposed to work. And I have my fiance was on a couple of juries as well too. But in order to be a jury you have to be a US citizen. You have to be at least eighteen years old. You have to be living in the state of California. A resident of the county that the jury summons was sent to and have your civil rights restored. If you're a convicted felon or malfeasance while holding public office. That's an interesting when we kind of talked about this last week to should felons have the right to vote should felons have the same constitutional protections that everyone else is afforded, even though they might have done something wrong or they made some poor decisions. And I think it's pretty mixed on people's opinions. A lot of people say, no they made their choices. And a lot of other people say, yeah, there's still a citizen said, they should have all the rights to them. But we're not going to get into that today. You also have to be able to understand English enough to understand and discuss the case and not currently on another grand jury or a jury trial and not under conservative ship, which is means no one is in charge of you as a person in the eyes of the court conservative or someone who's just making financial decisions for you. So that would be the last qualification. So when you get into jury duty there is a process called voire deer. And that is basically just the way that the attorneys will select who is going to be the jury most favorable to them. And I'm sure you've seen this on my cousin Vinny Mercer Tomi was voire geared by the prosecuting attorney in that case because Joe patchy was offering her as a witness an expert witness an automotive. And so obviously, we have to test the knowledge and see if this person is qualified, but when it comes to the jury selection, the prosecutor is going. Gonna want someone who is looking at the prosecution or looking at that person as victim and is sympathetic. But the defense wants the exact opposite. You want someone who can relate to the defendant, and we'll see that. Maybe they just didn't do it. Maybe there's some reasonable doubt. One eight hundred seven sixty Cape. And be it looks like we already have a couple of calls. Let's go to Ray in santee. Ray you wanna play our game. Yeah. All right. So let's start off with what department is responsible for training and organizing our military forces. Department of Commerce Department. The department of defense department of defense good that's one Kenny naturalized citizen become president. Yes. I am sorry. That is incorrect. But thank you very much for playing our game. We appreciate it. One eight hundred seven sixty from be one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two. We are doing a giveaway if you can answer three questions in a row, this is civics. This is kind of our our government. This is how everything works the judicial branch the legislative branch all the questions that might come in the executive branch. Of course, those are the three factors of our government. This is our checks and balances, and that's what we're doing today. Three questions in a row. And if you get 'em, right? You get a price that prize actually is a deluxe car wash to genie carwash little shameless. Plug I have a friend who owns the car washing. I will be giving away a car wash without act actually asking for permission. So it looks like we have another call here. Brandon Escondido Brad you wanna play the game. All right. Are you ready? I am. So our federal judges ever elected negatives. All right, good. You're one for one. How many senators do we have? One hundred excellent you are to for to. All right. Let me see if I can find a difficult one for you here. And. All right. All right. So let's see here. Let me let's go over to the legislative branch and. How many years is a Senator in office? Six six brand. Well done..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Crazy. You remember who? Mel Gibson was banging and having trouble with. That was for the wrestler, whether the Mercer Tomi. Yeah. Shohad have any trouble doing that? A tesla drove seven miles on autopilot on a highway in California of oh, tesla while the driver was asleep and drunk inside got pulled over by police and got a DUI why they get pulled over pulled over because I guess police saw the guy sleeping in there. And they pull Michael Knight. Michael Knight used to be able to see we'll kick drove I don't understand this. If we have cars that can drive on autopilot, isn't that the whole reason drunken tar, take me home. What have you sit in the back seat better? Yeah. I don't know. I mean, you know, obviously, the deal is if you're drunk, and you're in a car, the keys are in the nation or the keys are within your, you know, even if you haven't in your pocket, or whatever you they still charge you with a DUI. So of you're cruising down the street in a car, but it's driving by. It's we've got to change the laws. We gotta change the laws. I don't like we did when we made the laws. We didn't have cars. They could drive them Zeiss. No. I know. I mean, what is it really the ratio of these cars getting an accident. It's not like is. I don't I don't know. Whether it's saying, I don't know. But I mean, if you're going to have cars that can drive by themselves. It's like the reason we're doing this. So we can get drunk in just car. Take me back to the house. Yeah..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Jeez. Bigness day. We'll get to that playing his son Victor Drago and meal. Vintimille also returning as Rocky's, send Robert bridge and bridge e deal Senate, amazing cameos, we'll be as Mila drag. Oh, his wife before we move on rugs. Eighty let me ask you this bridge Nelson. This how old do you think she is from the way she's seventy she's fifty five years old? Oh. Fun. Click. Kurt name. She's born in nineteen sixty three fifty five years old. I'm only shit. So she must have been like nineteen in fucking rocky four or some shit. Oh, she wasn't. She's housi- fifty five. Twenties early twenties. So right. Isn't that crazy? She's hit the one thing that can't be right? I I'm shocked. I double check this. I was like there's no way. She's fucking fifty five years old twenty two shoes. Twenty two twenty one to man anyway, rocky four eighty five. So that's like there's no way that forty years ago, not forty years ago, thirty thirty three. All right. That's that'd be fifty five. Yeah. Yeah. Right. Isn't that? Crazy. She does forty-two. She's look like that though for a while. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I think she was like a model. So you're modeling career when he started like sixteen so fucking career. She she was on the surreal life dating fucking flavor. Flav remember that she was crazy on that show. That's where that's yes. She was a fucking nut job on that show. Unbelievable. How much aged? I just I I'm sorry skin. Looks beat by could not believe. Fifty five year old women that are way. I mean, even Diane lane. It was like still looks better than Brazil lane. What the fuck what's the girls in the end, the Spiderman aunt, oh, mercy me, Mercer Tomi? What does she? What may from shield their you know, we talked about fifty fifty three years. Oh my God. That's how you should look at fifty five or fifty fifty. I don't know how you're supposed to like GPO. She looks older anyways back to create the movie that Enron. You look seventy two I do look like, I'm eighty four. Six. Thirty five years old smoking a lot creed through crai- to rocky eight whatever you wanna call it. Also, I love that the first rocky movie came out the year. I was born. I'm the same age as rocky. Let's get your opening thoughts. Fellas Anthony, and you're your big rocky fan for fifty it only took us what three and a half years to talk about a fucking sports movie. John. Yeah. It's kind of like a superhero thing, but tells what you feeling after this movie ended. Big rocky fan hockey is every rocky film. I enjoy even like four and five which are considered to or the worst. Yeah. I love those movies all big part of my childhood, definitely all the fields watching those movies. Every time I watched those films. I was like as a kid pan. I wanna become a box. Yeah. Wannabe rocky that he was you'll like one of my heroes when creed came out. I was like, man. I don't really know if I wanna see a creed movie and create did what it did it surprise. Everybody was fantastic film, then decree to announce that and they're like we're doing there's two things right away. I'm like, okay. Three things. They're making a sequel. Fuck. Yeah. That's stupid create how you're gonna top creed. Secondly, oh, fuck coolers out. Third thing over we're going to do I've in-drug os, son creeds Apollo creed. Son in in in this fight. And it's like, okay, rocky four is the most cartoony fill of all all the rocky films and your tackling the storyline that like is just is just like pure partout as pure up over the time the bring back the whole versus Russia. This is way too gimmicky this film. I'm worried about this. And I got to say after coming to like they fucking nailed it. I don't think it's better than cream. But it is in my opinion, this style done, right. It hits all the right? Tones at tackles, a really gimmicky subject matter and actually weaves it into a storyline that can be played up seriously. And like hits notes that you wouldn't expect like dry goes stuff was fucking awesome..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"I mean, like it's sort of weird moment to bright before he's trying on all the stuff or he's like, okay, brainstorm brainstorm a lipstick on the collar now. Women will hate this and that and he's like, okay, imagine your woman think about it. Tall legs, supple, body falls in love with the woman. He goes body weight, a mile lesbian, which is the weirdest fucking Joe, we're, we're joke right. And then you can read women's thoughts the as superpowers, go psychiatrist. Lover. Credible lung? Yeah. So fast Mersa. Tomi out and yeah, because she's been her. She's like into it like, let's get this over with he does that been really minute Bill of thing where he gets her riled up about the fact that he won't stop asking around is like, don't worry about it. Okay, just relax. We'll talk about later tonight. A five o'clock and the guys like those credible. The guy who is also in something's gotta give back and is like the Griffin Newman. Yes, but. Right now he like knows exactly what to say to Murtha may goes on the date with her right at first as terrible than goes in the bathroom. Has a pep talk with his penis and then goes back in and you hard cut to her rolling over and being known his ever been that inside of me before what you're like. Fucking gross. Yeah, really. She clarifies like in my head, I mean he was lying about his day penis, I guess. Right? Which sent him into an existential tailspin. Right. Sure. But then Mercer Tomi is like dropped for a full fifty minutes yet. I mean, he honestly, I think is just too busy being a psychic. Like I, he's just sort of caught up in all of that and his daughter, right? I guess there's some drama with her and in her shopping and Helen hunt's, like this guy being nice to his daughter here, this guy, he's thinking, honor, shame. Let's Helena. We need to talk. So we're done with Gibson. Done? No one cares rules is coming off an Oscar win for as good as it gets and years on mad about you. Right. That's the thing we've talked about you in one sentence hard. What if you were married and living in him? No, it was like the thing they always talk about like the moment where we knew Paul risers genius and how good Helen hunt was on the shows. There's a scene where he's like sitting in the living room like writing or something, and she walks out with an empty toilet paper tube and she's like gestures to, and then runs out and they were like, it's about like those like fights. You don't even have to verbalize in marriage like who forgot to buy more toilet paper like that's the fuck intro. So mom and I used to wash all the time really. But that was like the one that comes she liked, but Chee won the Oscar. Four as good as it gets. Do you think that there was some issue it sag with Helen hunt and Holly hunter having the same name. Fought for who got the ER. They had an arm wrestling match hunter yet. But the thing two thousand was this crazier because she's on mad about you after she wins the Oscars still on that show can't really make movies. And then this is the year after. Shows over four movie. She's in Dr tan, the women, the Altman moving. She's in castaway in castaway. She's in pay it forward. Right. And was this time when it was easy? I don't know that much about a transition from TV two film because I feel like there was such a massive like being on TV was like pejorative. I would argue silver Schoff and the fact that she won an Oscar while being on a sitcom was kind of like very unusual. And so that meant like, okay, whenever this show ends, she's at least going to get a real shot at movie stardom. And this was her year where it's like, okay, she's in a couple of big noise. She's working with really big directors just curse the Jade scorpion following year, which is a nightmare movie those five movies in a row where it was just like, oh my God, Helen hunt unavoidable. And then she kinda like not only got she, does this appear. Not only does she have all these movies..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on Everything's Coming Up Simpsons
"What it could break, what a great break. I loved it. So what about this episode? Why did it speak to you hinted that maybe you don't love this up? We'll know. So again, I haven't watched a ton of the Simpsons and I couldn't piece together, which scenes from which episodes I had remembered watching from the truly enormous list of episodes. I couldn't believe. I guess I sort of knew in the back of my head that this had been on forever that like truly the church of Scientology will be stay open forever because of yearly Smith's. Now I, I was so I was like, poking around and I, I knew I was seeing stars born and so that sort of piqued my interest and then reading this. And I will say two things that drew me to this episode at going in sort of blind was a the sort of born again, I figured I, you know, I talked a lot about my upbringing and I was sort of like, I, I wanna see like what their take on this character that I knew sort of Egli about Netflix Landers being Christian and what that take would be. And then also Mercer Tomi. Maria stain and the mercy. Tomey lady Gaga connection. I feel very strong. Yeah. Well, they're very similar. I don't know if I'm v German, Ana and Morris, very serious about leading. One anecdote that I saw on its it couldn't have been biography that show because it hasn't been on ages, but it was like a biography esque kind of magazine program, but lady Gaga was talking about how she went to like some fame type school for maybe high school or something and had a teacher that said, like, you know, if you want to be an actress, I'm sorry to tell you, but you're just not gonna make it probably I'm like, being kind to you and being honest, and that you're just not fitting the kind of leading lady types that you're going for. And I just remember lady Gaga in this, like, you know, biography show going and all I said to her was what about morrissett Thome as. Like the one quote from that made me go like I like lady Gaga now, love her. Yeah, but I find them to be very similar. I see that energy. I never thought about that, but I definitely see that and she needs, oh, God. Give Marissa's dome a research. I think the last thing I saw her and was like the the big short playing Steve Corrales wife end just like those are the rules that she's getting its Fuhr infuriating. Oh, and may obviously the Spiderman films, which is insane. I mean, this is like several years old, but crazy stupid love. Oh yeah, that too rolled Nash us great in that movie. She so she's just so good and the fact that there are no apparently roles beak written for women of her age in Hollywood. And when they are Jennifer, Lawrence is taking them and it's just it is Trump Catherine keener hiding to the death, but she her voice acting in this episode. It's not Murray. No capital. Am I. Well, I sort of had to look back and I was like, woo, is she this character in? And I was like, is there another character that is Moore is to make because I was so confused, but doing this like affect of ditzy Hollywood Sida. Yeah, I guess like the thing that I didn't remember about the Simpsons that was so jarring for me watching this was how the structure of the episode I found to be so all over the place and it didn't feel like sort of it just felt so rushed. Like I knew that these episodes were twenty minutes long or so or twenty, two minutes long or whatever, but it just felt like there was so much to do in so little time. And I think especially her character gets the short shrift in this, like I do not understand what is motivating her at all. And I think what I was missing if I had thought about or knew about it was the Notting hill connection. I think if I had thought about Notting hill a little bit more, I would have filled in some of those. Gaps readily. I bet that was fresher on the viewers mind originally came out. It remains to be my step mom, lorries favorite movie time. Worth an airplane. Waiting for you in the classic section on American Airlines yet..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"We put a lot of like hatred and stuff onto like Whiteman, which is very valid, but we think about you, go back to slavery. A lot of people who were complacent in having a mate also again, a lot of black men who would die for looking whistling or escape. Goat for like a white woman, have an affair with her neighbor would be like, oh, no, this wasn't. I wasn't fucking Li. I mean, Larry, over here. It was actually writing down the street where Rodney ain't never seen the light. Matter of fact that this woman was behind it and all of a sudden, what's people started being murdered unjustly as like, oh, shit would have I done, but at we're too late at that we've been so complacent and watching these things happen at his like so my son John to say, like sixty million people, Donald Trump. And then when you saw the number of white women who voted for him, you're like, oh, this due to sit Philip things to women. And yeah, just that's cool, too. Is some very interesting about Mercer Tomi and I said her name being the person in charge of this. Yeah, but even like the thing that's weird about the movie is like, you know, isn't even like it isn't even like she just she made a mistake by having a purge, because what ends up happening in the movie is like someone abuses what the purge even is like bus in murderers to to go in and purge hire mercenaries to hire mercenaries to purge like like, like there's so much. There's so much stuff happen. Inning that like we don't. We don't even have the time to catch up or have understanding of like, where are we James onto a brother? I wouldn't cut you off. Yeah, the purge is to warn drinks. Think about it. Okay. Think about it. Okay. Okay. They bus they bussed in like mercenaries to kill by people just openly about it. The war on drugs. What who, how many, how many who'd he are? No grew up with connections have crack shit. You know what I'm saying? Like where where the crack come from an inner city, John, we don't know what a crack came from. It. I mean, that's what we've been saying and wipes saying the crime came from the way up when I'm simply saying is in this movie, okay, literally enough people aren't killing each other. So the guy goes, oh, man, I gotta fix this. I got to make it look like they're doing it right. Do you think about the war on drugs like there are so many people who say, hey, I didn't know anyone here. How do you think we got these hookups people said at nonstop, there's really a movie co q. messages about a reporter who goes and finds out that literally the government is supplying money, and it's like, oh, we just going to let this slot is right, you know. And now all of a sudden is a big issue when a bunch of white. There's a Dan, Dan. you know, let me say, let me stop. Let's go back to the ranch show Hoda wait. So So up. I'm now clarion. You're saying, wait till like, so you know, because it does sort of feel like we're, we're plot down in the middle of this, right? And and like all m by tusla's saying, like all of the dialogue of the of the, the white people in the control room is all expository, but still not enough like we still don't..
"mercer tomi" Discussed on About to Review
"That was the impression i was getting an honestly for me anyway again it might not bother other people but it was unsettling and just a little disturbing in distracting for me and my viewing experience because i was just like at that point why don't you just let the actors just improv right let them just say okay this is the situation you're in what do you think you would say and just let them go because it it did not sound like it was coming from an authentic place and that did kind of bother me yeah and that and that is totally valid the writer that you mentioned because we might as well just throw them under the best james demonic oh who is the same writer from the other ones and going back to what you said about his job as a writer especially a writer that has been involved with these for awhile tie the strings together you know have it connect you have it fuel like the same world to an extent and sometimes it did but man other times it was just jarring mercer tomi good for her for probably getting a paycheck for like three days of work yeah i mean because again she's not there for very long her character has a few dozen lines and against some of those or even like okay wait even if this were reality is this what you would say is this what you would believe and could you be that dumb like so many i mean things happen in this movie there are a lot of things the yes there are a lot of i know we're going to keep his for the free but yes especially with her character there are a lot of dumb things with her yeah obey because this is like do you really have to be this predictable with this how stupid people are like and that to me again my lens you know almost every female character in this movie was a prop they were either a prop sexually or otherwise and it was just like really like james demonic oh you're calling you out again do not know how to write female characters because the one the one female character outside of mercer tomi that we actually i will not say grow to care about that we're supposed to care about is still not developed in a way that makes it feel authentic she was never developed and that was kind of the other issue i was kind of like where we going with her character i mean like i get it she's you know the moral compass for for a lot of other people but i was kind of like is she going to have a moment is she gonna have something you know something else to go on because i really thought they were going to do like a co lead type of film right but instead it was kinda like we're really going to set it up for action jackson here and you know he's really going to take over you know in the later part of the film i'm just kind of like you know you just kinda wasted her like yeah that was pretty weird the latter half the movie we'd when it became action jackson also reminded me a lot of just sweet sweet bax bad ass song where it was just a black character who is against the man and does all these ridiculous things but for his own reasons but it was like yeah okay the hero the hood you know kind of archetype yeah you know he's still the cancer the hood to but what are you very true and then oh the other thing the the what was it it was not the yeah it was the nra not the nra rep but the future founders the of founding founding fathers of america that guy was again everybody was just character like he the quintessential smarmy political businessman but at least with him the cheese stuff made sense because you're like oh you're a political smarmy businessman sure right right i mean he probably had the truest to form of a character in the movie that you could expect it was kind of like okay i know who he is i know what he's about we're done here that's fine nip car so articles so that was a that was on my notes for the first purge so now we'll go onto the official rating system of the about tribute podcast if this is your first time listening to the podcast because.
"mercer tomi" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I mean there's real big laughs in these movies i think paul rudd's great and i think evangeline lilly's tremendous in it and michael douglas seems to be having a really good time here so yeah i mean everything that you guys said it's not you know i mean i like the guardians movies more but they're in that same sort of vein they're just entertaining and really funny as opposed to 0 war which was not funny so yes so i'm recommending it to i thought it was a lot of fun perfect summer kind of movie you know you just go in and have a good time and so yeah bring kids i mean be pg thirteen rated but these are pg movies they're they're very very family friendly and it's just under two hours all right eric real quick i purge of the bad it's the worst of the purge mahone this which is funny because this is the movie that i've been clamoring for since the actual i purge that i want to see how these things got all you know how how all came to be and they they kind of give you twenty minutes of exposition of how this is going to be mercer tomi is the mastermind now this seriously nikki a little angry you just how wasted mercer tomo isn't the trailer it's worse it's worse than you can possibly imagine actually and she's the doctor that comes up with these psychological thing and they're going to test the experiment on staten island in seattle goes and when it's not going so great the the government which is now this third party does now taking over from republicans democrats they're going to they actually bringing in mercenaries to force people to purge which makes logically no sense of how you're going to get people like oh well these people are killing people why don't i join in on the fun and they never bothered to answer the questions why are people doing white collar crime why aren't people do it's always murder in these movies and the action scenes this movie are completely they're terrible and i've mentioned on twitter that the blunt house movies are are really sickening my stomach lately because they're taking real life events and trying to massage over them into entertainment and not doing it illicit a way late and there's a church shooting this movie it's it's offscreen but it happens and i i'm just i'm really kind of getting sick and by these things and this movie is just terribly made on top of it so so first purge bad as we've we figured it would be and then leave no trace yeah i have not seen that one is not seen that one i should say i did see it at our festival but i need to see it again because i was just distracted beyond belief during the film so i couldn't even really long day belong to that yeah so but it's it's demographics new movie did winners i first features since winter's bone and ben foster and thomason mackenzie her his daughter you saw this you you you you reviewed this one on the show already haven't you didn't see it until our festival okay this is one that i missed at sundance this year raven about it and and for very good reason i mean ben foster plays father who's got some severe pedia the issues and he's kind of gone off grid with his daughter in kind of a captain fantastic kind of well don't mention i i just you're right reaction i was expecting they live in the woods and they you know they cook and they you know farm off the land and everything and hide away from the authorities and try to make their best that they can but then they get picked up by the authorities and then becomes a matter of can they readjust to society in any way and again this is where i thought like the first half of the movie was really extraordinary i mean the ben foster's great mackenzie is terrific i kinda goes into material that we've seen before they kind of the same kind of direction where a father you know the father the daughter has the child has to break away right aaron because of obvious reasons we've seen that direction i think when it kind of becomes that in the third act is well i've kind of seen this before and.
"mercer tomi" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Oh i see it's color purples cramming to rank those i would do i would do little house on the prairie there's only ten seasons times twenty two episodes a year that's twenty episodes okay and then because it's the longevity no we're not going to fight but then the color purple closely closely and then rocky is a distant third but but selective stallone very hot in a gross way no sylvester stallone in the seventies had a specific look that was really worked he needs to blow his nose i think through the whole movie character choice but something off but i i if you just looked at him it was kind of like berlin mrs boxers broken they have that like broken nose like i like until the guy's just been punched in the nose of kind of cricket yeah because he could defend your honor that's what i'm you not yeah i mean you'll none of them have ever done at dated a lot of crooked used people but i think ever comes of it yeah i used to have a crush on silvester stallone i seem to remember remember when you had that movie oscar mercer tomi and bring up oscar molly ringwald i think within that see i loved that movie thought it was hilarious and i thought he was really hot in that i'm thinking a suit i re ranking for you okay just for that reason i think you should do little house in the prayer hall two hundred and twenty two then rocklin rocky and then color color purple superior piece of art yes i'm saying yes okay but that's order but i feel like i get shamed about color her bowl like very regularly it's like happens once a week where someone's like you haven't seen color purple and i'm like i've gotta see i'm going to see it i will see it and i always say i've read the book as if that's going to somehow.
"mercer tomi" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"It's got a whole bunch of words it's like five words long the title it's a woody allen film took place in italy and the gondolo motor motor pros order taxi pulls up at the grady palace in everybody is getting out on the little deck there that's the gritty palace but if most of the rooms of the palace don't have fabulous windows to rome with love no no no because it takes place at venice the it's something like everything something everything you maybe everything you wanted to know about something rotten cheese i don't remember the name but it's a whole bunch of words is in venice so the gritty palace with a canal view room let me tell you i had to stand on a chair and throw my body halfway out the window and stick my head around to see what piece of the canal i could see whereas if you get a grand canal facing room at the danielle which is going to cost you by the way but it's worth it and if you can't stay there for a week they one night certainly drop by and have a cup of tea or something in the wabe of the hotel because it's just it is so grand i'll take another stab at it it's not my venice apartment isn't now no strike to keep keep trying woody allen films you know there are a lot of them i never heard of because there's a lesson to be learned there because he's done films that are they have a cult following and then he's done films our complete bombs what everyone says everyone says i love you that's it that's it strikeout words starting with every listeners right now who are jumping up and down screaming at the radio all this time because they knew that we didn't know so in the film only you if you look at the front of the gritty of the danielle on the grand canal in venice look dead center second floor put a circle around those windows you stay sweet but that's the sweep that mercer tomi and i think it was hunt but sir i embody helen hunt helen no maybe not that's forget who the names of anybody she and her sisterinlaw character check in only to see the room and the room that they're looking at that that sweep so if you've got the bucks go forward we'll be right back leaving.