17 Burst results for "Michael Biehn"

"michael biehn" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I didn't see it so i think i ever wanted for what it's about intimidated because they didn't know how to pronounce the title. I know that i would. I would not want to have to have the backstop as you wouldn't know what to say. Whatever for the martian mar mauretania. I didn't want to review it. Because i didn't have to say the title very upset. You saw his actually one move the year you loved it is so that would be a horrible curse one of your favorite actor the your favorite movie and you can't pronounce it because you got some kind of a speech impediment. That's something that would happen to me. Michael michael biehn. Did you let this florence. No florence goes back far enough florence yet. Bryan michael biehn. Yes but do you know that. He called him. Michael bane on this show for eighth for five six years. And that's right. Money finally came in on the great michael bay. And he's like it's been god damaged. You had them. We had them on the show sing. He was a guest on the program. Brian couldn't have been more excited and all that excitement got immediately flush out the door when he called him by the wrong name wrong name. According to according to the man who owns the name so version of incorrect pretended you had an accent. And that's how you say it to the point definitely. How'd you not lean on that. How do not make it about the i did. I was lost her at the mall. I can't imagine i florence. Thank you very much for coming in here. Whoa i to. What did i do with the last one. I don't know what to do with the last. Oh doctor strange. I don't know. Sam ramey i mean. We're not cassini. Sam arabian there. He he did spiderman. Sammer amy and spiderman sam removed. You've never seen that. Have you know. I watch doctor strange again though flick fashion florence. Thank you very much for bringing a bangers to the program. You're welcome gentlemen. You please forest tell people where they can find you if you want to be found. Sure i would like to be found. You can find me on twitter. Tumbler instagram under florence. Legally brunette you can find me on facebook just under my name or under.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"That spoil the stakes of the original film. What do i mean by that. What i mean by that is when there is a movie and it's great and it's an adventure and it is so good that it becomes a movie. People wanna make a sequel of both because of some combination of critical reception and financial success. You'd prefer if it was a bit of both. Let's be honest sometimes. It's just the financial success but there are examples of great great action movies that have had great great sequels but in many cases you have sequels that destroy the premise and the entire plot of the first film for example. The film aliens This is one of the great action movies. Right you take alien. Classic classic horror movies. I would say a near perfect film you. Then make aliens the sequel. Now there are people out there that will say that aliens is better than elliott. I find that to be At bess churlish. If i can use that word if we don't have to bleep churlish. I mean suborning gotten academy award nomination for aliens but nothing alien. Which is an obscenity. But she's great in both films but aliens not where you get the oscar aliens. It's amazing so anyway we're in aliens and we go through this whole film. They rescue newt. michael biehn is. They're saving the day in some way or another and they escape and then david fincher gets his hands on the ip all right and get alien three and how does alien three open. It opens with the death of news. Michael biehn and the robot played by that guy from. I think a show millennium. The point is everything that happened in alien to was about saving news and then at the beginning of ailing three. She's just a fucking corpse. Floating through space in the opening frames of the film and alien three does not get better from there. Nother example terminator dark fate. We spent terminator one and t to the judgment day on a very specific mission keeping sarah connor alive so that we could keep john connor alive so that he could lead the resistance against the robots in the future and then we get the terminator dark fate and in the first few minutes of it. A terminator wanders into a bar and fucking kills john connor right in front of mental. Hi linda hamilton. Dead gone poof. While they send somebody four minutes before that. It's why never makes sense. That's why don't love time travel as a plot to face. I like time travel as a plot device when it plays by a very specific rule. Which is you cannot change the past. Then it's fun though. Call primer. Film called twelve monkeys. Are there other examples of movies. Where sequel is destroyed the original. I'm adding this to the rant right now. Which is Kendra has just reminded us of another sequel that ruins the previous movie which is Or at least the ending and the stakes of the previous movie and that is star trek. Three the searched for spock star trek to wrath of khan ends with one of the most beautiful and famous scenes..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:59 min | 5 months ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Unspooled

"All familiar to you. Let's take a look that what you just heard is from star trek to and when i heard that in the movie i jumped off the couch. Because what do i know that from. That's that's something. That's something and james horner did do the composed the music for both and i read that he ran out of time to do a complete scores so we just used parts of star trek to in aliens. And it's the exact same score. There is that dinner today at it is exactly in aliens and i thought that was why i love to get ear for that. I feel like i listen to screams and you listen to music i. It was just like. I know that song so well. I use that as a pump up song for myself. Song hopping getting ready. I do it. Let speaking of getting pumped up hall. Oh my god in the documentary of the making of aliens tummy. What you're seeing now. I'm seeing a very attractive man. Supporting the los angeles clippers wearing a nice clippers hat. Michael biehn you know what i always knew. You had the goods. That is awesome. I love that. Oh my gosh. I'm so happy. Actually that speaking of them making of this. We've kind of left out. What a nightmarish shoot. This was the story. The making of aliens are crazy because they are. Yeah they sent. James cameron to make this film over in england at pinewood studios with shot. The last alien pinewood being like the place to make big spectacles in england and he did not get along with the crew at all. They hated him right because if he wasn't released got because it wasn't released got in because james cameron is like such like gogo. Let's do this. let's do this. That he was losing his mind at a tradition that they had at pinewood which is at ten o'clock in the morning. A lady would come into the studio with a little cart full of tea and little cheese puffs and everybody would take a time break and he was like what are you doing. We don't have time for teatime. I have to make this movie. And so he just started absolutely freaking out on them and because he felt like they didn't trust him to make this film so like the assistant director was trying to undermine all his shots and saying like. You can't film it this way and chemicals like i must film it this way. The assistant director winds up like quitting or getting fired and when that happens a lot of the crew goes on strike as a protest. It was intense and like one of the people who has the best stories about..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Unspooled

"And i won't call an audible. I promise i was tempted with starship troopers because we're thinking about the films that we could do that. Cover this niche of like man confronting alien in everything goes to hell right and watching this. I was really struck. Thinking about starship troopers again. 'cause starship troopers of course if you haven't seen it is like a bunch of marines fight these bugs on alien planets and then towards the end of the film you're like are we. The bad guys like our dogs. That bad like who's really the aggressor here. It's a with that framework in mind watching this year. The fact the marines here are calling these people bugs. So they're like we're going on a bug hunt that they have like the bug stamping stickers on all of your equipment. I was thinking to myself. Like oh this. Aliens is kind of a transitional film between the politics of starship troopers in the politics of aliens like it's kind of easing you from one to the other and then i heard that actually while they were shooting this film. James cameron made everybody in the cast. Read the book starship troopers that that was like really actively on his mind to what you're saying isn't that interesting and like it now. I feel like i'm going down this path. Rose like okay. Well alien was good but i feel like aliens has more of the stuff. I want to talk about now that we watched aliens. I'm like aliens is good. But i think starship troopers has more of the stuff that i want to talk about. We'll start troopers definitely has much more of a you know the jingoistic capitalism. The war is good. They all that like rah. Rah like all the stuff that i think is so relevant to the world that we live in right now. I feel i started to ruse. Is that movie because it is a satire and it is you know and We're this is not a satire. This is i mean you look at these two movies and they are just the same movie just bigger just bigger. It's still has humanity to it. I think that the side characters here are a little bit. More well defined. But maybe it's because. I just like vasquez and bill paxon. Michael i do too. And i think michael biehn is great. I think that the leader of the The guy with smokes a cigar. Great i love. I mean actually you know what i'm not gonna say. I think i know all these characters. Great i think that The the guy who plays the robot and forget it. Lance henriksen is amazing and creepy but yet living. It's great what you call the things in his face those aligns. Would you call those dimples. Has those lines in his face. Kind of.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

05:15 min | 5 months ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Unspooled

"What james cameron does here that i think is really a master stroke. Is continuing that story. And you know this idea. That james cameron wrote the the first. The you know maybe sixty or seventy pages of this before. He went off to go direct terminator and then he came back to finish a script. I understand why a fox executive waited for him. Because that i sixty pages like you're paying off an all the stuff that you want from an alien movie like he's continuing these stories and i wonder if maybe coming back. After directing terminator. He changes at perspective a little bit. He goes all right. Maybe you because it does feel a little bit more grounded in that first part for the ride the second part but i feel like there's all these really nice little strokes a lot of them getting cut out Because in this version the directors the directors version has a moment where ripley and michael biehn like share their first name. They go on. Someone's melon are you know. And i'm whatever his first name is but those like little moments so i feel like you get these like they were shot. They were there. But i felt maybe this energy of seeing how terminator did and knowing what people wanted. He leaned a little bit more into the pop. Or maybe he maybe. That's his instinct already. I don't know there's something interesting there. Though because everything he could do the action right. Yeah seeing his full cerebral energy to come up with reasons for the story to exist and then he got confident he could do explosions and he was like cool. I can do both because once once they land. The movie doesn't stop. I mean you know which is a silly thing they say. But it's like there's no more story once they land. There's no more story. And i think that that's what we're reacting to is relying a little bit on the story of the first movie to carry you through story of the second movie. We already know what's going on. We already are. we're already in line for we. Don't need you set anything because we the audience are on board. We're ripped we literally are ripley's. Pov like we get it whereas if standard stood on the stairs at one point. Yeah if you stood if you stand the this stands alone. I don't know if it's as successful only because the baggage of everything. I think that's why we're able to get away with it. Like we understand that the the quickness of the fast like Nature of how they have to kill everybody because we know it will happen. We know it will happen. I mean meanwhile ripley when she does give that speech to the marines give them any of the the real highlights like acid for blood. This don't do that. Don't do the she doesn't give the gremlin rules. They basically say watcher tape. She explains it on the tape so as an audience like a film audience and trimming she mentioned it a little bit in that trial seen. We don't even know like we're just saying like you better watch the first one because really that's where it is. You know like we don't he hasn't even set up the queen..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

"You this character. Michael being i think was the other thing i guess that out. Because you know if you're a lieutenant you've been around the world's you know that sees you're going to try and pull a fast one. You gotta get shot. Yeah and i go. There push only news on his undercover is a pistol coal amount. Of course like anything about michael biehn playing catch. It was great. See him but he didn't do much. He died quite fast. Yeah he did him to last longer. Yeah issue stood. There is good a couple times but he did all the anything which does a a waste of carrots. Is michael bay. Then cho's suck jobs over the role and she makes the magistrates and this is nova piepoli summarized move again. Isn't it known you've seen this many many many times in various films and even the way shots where one character who's on one side of your tv and the characters on the other side of the tv so long shots setting them up and then the get themselves ready for the five and then it's game on though the base question was a soaker going easy on would say own judgement said yes because if you didn't notice she was holding her lante reverse whole oh. I did not notice that.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast

"The yeah the child see. It wants the shiny little ball at the amount of things. He's eaten seen him. Look at that little knob the fast lavars life. It brings ease in my life knowing more ex. Yeah it was quite a good scene. That was actually in the way he reacts now to the mandalorian understand him because we know more about him. Especially after this episode we do know more intimate and you know when he goes you know. Get back over there. Sit down to eat. it is told. But he's and he's learning isn't as learning to use force powers which we awfully thought that he was only slightly started to development props. It's just make christian. I may be in a father to year. And sam right but the relationship between the mandalorian and the child it is properly lying a father and son the way pasco portrays him with the baby number. The child eight so loving. Bits of action brought tears to me. Is you know running it. When he says he's going to say to him he pick somebody doesn't want to let go them. Did you notice that in the actors. Sit down for five minutes. So i was kind of choking up with it because i remember the times. We're not held you and some mayans so that relationship you know did we not say in. Last week's they used to be when it first started was the mandalorian and we thought it was just going to bounce yields in the galaxy but it seems now it's the mandalorian not a main. Yes which isn't a bad thing. So they make their way to the planet. Mandalorian knocking walks up to the gay and is greeted by lieutenant. And that lieutenant. Which i could not believe was michael biehn. Michael biehn from the aliens fills and the terminates villes stay in business been tracking for a few days. Looking for a layover. I saw her a hunter. Then right guild. last. I checked in you. Open the gate and he played lieutenants lying. Oh juno is a side note for your choice of weapon for this say this guy was a shotgun laser and i was waiting for him to say a cairo. This with me for closing counters ch- because he says i in aliens that's his favorite good in aliens. Yeah i couldn't believe. I did not know that guy was in this program could not believe he was in it. So yeah you get into the city and He obviously missed the magistrate. Who gives him an offer. Yeah but he's looking for information as well as an and nobody talked to him and he does not some people in cages Being electrocuted which shed and they ask him for help that reminded me of back in the in the dark ages where they would put. Which is you know. Well people they strung up in lake near the gates of castles and stuff. That's what i reminded me of and Yeah it reminded me of Christian folklore hm as well you're stuck them all across Guarantee religious Yes he gets invited in for a side quest for another side quest you there. I need some information. I'm looking for someone. Please do not speak to them or to any of us. Look i just need to know about break wants to see. The magistrate says that we have djeddai problem. We know monday lawrence that made to kill jeopardize that technology is to jet is So yeah would you got killed them for also. Have this best golf spare if you want pure best spare beautiful his appeal while you dang it on your band. That's dying up definitely definitely here best scarred like your armor kill the jeddah and it's yours yet like did it never spit item to quiet for is ever growing collection of mandalorian collectible. Well you know us. Bay goes good with a jetpack. Lots right yeah and so he accepts the mission and he walks out. It says e didn't take the job ditty. It didn't agree to the job. He probably said look into it for you. How convenient chris that they actually told him where she was as. Well you know. But they've got the probably got these trackers earn is off. I walk but they do a pretty good job at ten in the right direction. Yeah except when the but ghazi us may because they look and the guy. Net focused totally bled. It gutsy for the fog that focus imminent penetrable for their visors but for the mandalorian easiest.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"That even that amped up my excitement even more for the introduction of thraw alive action thron and kind of just wear a stoke had been where she was headed. And yeah i think like for someone like me. It worked really really well as a little more casual fan. I think either you are for star wars And this was i would say. This was my favorite episode of the season. So far even a huge timothy ali fan fan. This this this is a this was tupperware. This was probably the first tupperware of the season for me even though i've enjoyed the whole season so far. Wow yeah. that's that's awesome man. That's awesome. i. I love this episode. I'll give temporary as well. I jay do you want to read it. Yeah that's a tupperware for me too. I'm a huge prequel defender. And we've talked a lot about how this connected to clone wars and rebels but it also brought the prequels to for a lot to the revelations about the baby. Yoda child character. Yeah i mean. I i want to unpack it and everything. It's like. We knew that he was going to corvus to to locate agenda and soak it tano. He was told that by boca thanh to go there and so you know i thought it was awesome but they just started out right out of the gate with buchan soka tano just fucking showing offers skills and you know basically. She's trying to get information from was magistrate. Elle's beth morgan l smith and and fighting her and her men and her her next in command. Is this guy named lang who is played by michael. Biehn who which. I love that guy. I love that guy. I wish they would've gave him more honestly. i wish they would have gave him more. Because i fucking like we get that fucking scene at the end where it's like. They basically give us within the same episode a sh- a western showdown between laying the mandalorian. But then they they take it to the next level. We're getting a fight between morgan. Hill's beth and soka tom which is basically like a akira. Kurosawa samurai film she. We're we're getting a spaghetti. Western anna samurai movie going on at the same time to to big of inspired star wars. You know things in cinema clashing not clashing but it happening at the same time. Which i thought was awesome and michael biehn played johnny fucking ringo into m- style. But you know i loved him as kyle reese and terminator..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

Around the World in 80s Movies

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies

"So it's considered one of the first films to use extensive CG beyond all of these pretty sounds and pictures. Though I do think that the abyss does work very well as a tense relationship drama and as he survival thriller has gripping performances, by Ed, Harris and Mary Elizabeth Messing. Tonio, they're fantastic. Michael Biehn also contributes quite well, the technology is impressive but I do think it's the drama that drives the soul of this very intriguing and suspenseful film throughout most of it the abyss to be sure it's technically brilliant. It has incredible underwater photography very beautifully lit brightest can be the sound work I think is to the visuals whether you're within the confines of the rig or echoing out in the. Middle of the ocean floor all accentuated by this mesmerizing Allen's vestry score that captures the beauty and the majesty of these fantastical events that are contained within a story I do think that the abysses lack of prominence among many science fiction films comes from several unfortunate circumstances. There were those two other wide release science fiction Thrillers Featuring Deep Sea mining crews that came out earlier, one, thousand, nine, thousand, nine, the stole a lot of its thunder deep six Leviathan neither of those performed well critically or commercially that kind of let the air out of the balloon. So to speak Cameron's higher, profile? blockbusters in his filmography also further diminish its reputation. He's made much more higher profile and better films in his career in the minds of many people. So it's undeniably though an ambitious work to say the least it's not unlike Steven Spielberg closing counters of the third kind which abyss probably shares many many thematic parallels especially the extended version. If you see that, you'll definitely see the echoes a close encounters there. However, there's also the anti-nuclear suggestion that is reminiscent of the Davy. Still it's not a film that is considered as groundbreaking is storytelling as it is in its technical chievements, the alien. Presence, that's a blessing and a curse for the film. It does add mystique and intrigue during certain moments but it's also underdeveloped especially in the theatrical cut that excises the rationale for their existence being there. So the main complaint for the abyss is it's unsatisfying inning for many people. It's very rushed. There's a vague maybe they did something to us at sidesteps scientific explanation for why everybody's able to suddenly rise out of the water from the depths that they are in. It doesn't quite come together but I do think in the end the abyss at least by my way of thinking isn't. Masterpiece, it just botches the ending of it but I do think that it succeeds so well throughout most of this movie that that you can probably forgive the ending and just enjoy it for the incredible journey. Along the way it would be the crowning achievement in most directors filmography but because James Cameron has done so many bigger and better and more revered films it tends to get pushed..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

08:35 min | 1 year ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"That's one hundred percent I feel like that's one of things where it's not even debatable. Whether, it's. From aliens at popping out of your belt. You know like you don't know what to. Do something simple like just an extraterrestrial other other world, the insect that. Or plant life or you know it was pretty good that movie life. Life Oh. Yeah, that movie tripped me out instantly, Ryan. Reynolds dice like so quickly, but it wasn't funny good. You'll quick quick because we can talk about trevor, but that reminded me when Ryan Reynolds died like the star. The movie died so fast. It was like when. Totally off topic of. The movie on the plan executive decision with all night immediately. Movies where he's mad and shit. Russell! Secret Service guys on the plane and he dies immediately well. Like lydon's no West Craven in fucking scream, man fucking drew Berry Moore dies which in the like the first like ten minutes. Not even. What's your favorite scary movie? Exactly they the biggest factor. She's just like kind of making a cameo. Campbell at Fan Expo Man, she's fucking good-looking. At about a show. A show to game of thrones I don't know if thrones but whole fucking thing where the only notable actor was the Michael Biehn dude the. And he dies like in episode, two or three whatever to spark off the whole. Anyway getting back to what was the original question? I, know we. Everything's alliens exist in my opinion and. I. Say to people I stayed. The most ignorant thought a human being can have as you think. We're the only fucking people in the universe. I believe in my opinion, there is things watching us, and if quantum physics is where we think it is, or if it is true or not, the fact that we only see ten percent of a visual spectrum, those reality in general doesn't. Nothing then I. Don't see ultra. You don't see gamma rays. We don't see any of this bullshit, so there's definitely something whether it's the smallest. Little organism is definitely life. We've in other. Off Realities Right. Like clashing in that show Black Mirror is pretty dope. Somebody episode of. Black Mirror. And Technology I wanted the conspiracy thing you know sci-fi conspiracy things that I say that the doom of the human race will probably be something that has to do with technology. Technology becoming so advanced where robots start replacing humans, and they might be some kind of volt because they're putting out of work and. The possibilities are endless for an apocalyptic world and think about how dope terminator is now. Terminator. Of a world where machines take over so stole. And another conspiracy theory that a lot that's getting a lot of light now is whether governments have vaccines or cures for a Colbert and things that the keeping. One hundred. That's another one hundred percent of that I believe I think it's interesting, but also you. You're definitely naive to believe that they don't have the Pharma like they don't make money if they don't. They're making like money off dying lives. That's. One name bring up Magic Johnson Magic Johnson. came out with as during the height of AIDS killing everybody. Outlive us all. The Terry of people with power, having access luminosity, or having access to things that the poor people don't come on, that's. would be an I see and I bring this up to a lot of people to watch this this in my own podcast of is like ill bills line in future. Rama or one of the non fiction lines is like nine, hundred, seventy five. They create AIDS I laboratory like and I believe that Shit and I believe that there is curious for all these things and Pharma makes money off of dying lies. Those fucking pharmaceutical companies would not make money if it wasn't for people slowly dying. It's like we'll give. You have to pay for. Top best onto on top of that. They're gonNA make more money, the pharmaceutical companies, the doctors and all this stuff. It's all one big cycle. They're all working in cahoots right, but the fucking. They're not gonNA make money by treating and helping. You know helping you to feel better, but not curing. I know that's that's the point, yes. We're not gonNA give the cure now because you can't make money. If you. If they were to cure every fucking disease, they can't make money, and it's all about money and money is the root of all evil, they say. Drugs legal if they made drugs legal. You know. Look what was happening right now with the rights and all that bullshit, right? It's only get worse from here but I got to end this autumn. More positive note. I guess I'm going to ask you for your show. Something like that, but. I was put. The end is any funny stories that like you would never have had together like any any stories are memorable for you. That like are like significant that just like you guys know each other, and you're kind of bond because you guys are both characters. Your character knackers a fun character. I watched that motherfucker all the time on instagram live. He's he's such a funny ass. fucking gutter dude and doesn't give a fuck. Well, we got tons of stories I. Mean things that. We've literally been on tour in different countries like weird fucking areas where something happened and we fucking. Laughing hysterical. In tears on the floor and Shit like that with this? We can't even control ourselves, and plus we like to abuse people do. kind of like kind of like. Another Canadian Tom Green! We're big fans of people. Run up a music store and start playing guitar. Smash on the floor just for reaction. You know kind of bowl breaking Borat like Borat comedy show. We're making jokes out of people, but like you know they're expensive, GonNa. I just what happened in fucking. Where was it Sweden and you guys like knocked the fucking? Shit a bunch of kids. That really, not a comedy story, but yeah I mean sometimes. I was just like I remember reading about that and it wasn't. The is trying to start shit, and then you necker kindest handled it. The! What happened with the Sweden thing? I think it was the opening the openers in Sweden open, Makhdoom. openers dated like the fact that you know I. Guess they were first of all. They're opening for us and second of all. I go there rap kids. Iraq and we were doing our show. One of our crew members had dumped in the crowd to start a mosh pit like the because a lot of people. Ashton going on around. So, our front do this. Kid drew. He's a good friend of ours. She's a rugged dude for Manchester. He jumps in the pit, and he starts painting, and I guess the openers were in the crowd to and I guess they weren't familiar with moshing built Sweden. Hip Hop kids whatever they take kind regional. Drew back into them got rough with them, so they they headbutted, drew off for a boy and hit him with something, and then I drew. Was You know normally? He just started swinging on them, but having respect for us and I'll show. He came back up on stage and was like. Oh. These these fucking people in the crowd headbutted the they got. They got nasty with me when I was hitting. Word of jumped into crowd to go hand literature, so we jumped out. We're. What we're doing, and then so then we we them up. Through some punches. Hamed, no one back on stage. Restart doing a show again drew. Joe, Juneau drew jumps in the pit again and in the same shit happens again, so we thought it was over. The ship was dead, so we jump back in and now the bounces trying to separate US jet so now we're fighting with bounces. Punch bounces in the face like the whole thing becomes a big melee, fucking crazy shit. fucked up a lot of like. I'd. necker is is he's not still band. Is he now, so we basically had to give apology to like the..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Que what's your question for CD I don't know that fact that my wife and I have been together but here we go we can only be is that right. how old is he. forty four forty four I am canceling our how do you I'm forty any can't tell his mom yeah moved in with each other mom I don't like you wanna thank you trash that's why. I never never at this point I don't want to because everything that he said like I'll know like how can you be afraid. why do you think you never met her you never met her because he saw he showed a picture you showed a picture of you they are if you like don't bring that girl around me. your neck I'm trying to tell you the truth the unit where we get along. yeah we get along yeah you should take you to meet his mom but in a less is mom is crazy maybe is what was crazy maybe scared to be introduced to his mom you never come back maybe mom is crazy model you if his mom is another matter. hello you just offended a month maybe she wants to anyway hi eight hundred five eight five one oh five one as C. N. D. hello this very are you know and he was a man in a white so so damn arm I need your advice maybe you can make me feel better okay okay so I've been dating this guy to be a year on the fourteenth of this month everything is her big the only issue we have is we have different religious views like I'm a Christian but he doesn't believe that all the thing is though he'll go to church with me even comprising only willing to wait until marriage to have sex but he just doesn't want you to be a Christian like me and I was wondering well aware lily I'm hoping he'll change later what's your advice on that so in fact if you go to church you know is is that means he open in up a little bit because I would think if he wasn't Chris he when he when I go to church at you so I the fact that he's going to church you showing that he's opening up a little bit trying to comply to what you're doing as well so I think that's a good sign and why you act like you chose to be a Christian you know damn well you got dragged to church every day when you the job. you and you need to be no damn Christian stop it. sure it later it was it was really well and are you not being here yeah that was I mean if you go just for me it's in the bag he's like don't ask me to raise my hand though he said the jets this is not a no not yet yeah I haven't had sex yet no I want to wait until I'm married his **** wow wow. it is seven point drop one. wow. Jesus Christ. I'm a day it is I am you know back in the day I would hit you with the Bible scripture out over the Bible scripture Abraham Lincoln said it but the the hold of a house is divided against itself that house can not stand how to hit you with that back in the day but I'm not sure that that's such a big deal now David I think that you all can co exist you know with him not really being into religion in in you being in every let it relates they think they have any missing each other naked have you even kissed we have but the kids and then there's the kids we haven't done that this makes your mind will have sex because you shacking up there and and shacking up is not good at highs of the law it says Christian if the guy like she doesn't even fit just right now to just cool meets nineties shacking up with the same day that we're not yeah they're not went together to live together okay well yeah. yeah I don't think it's a deal breaker John not the same religion I don't I don't think that it matters anymore how long you've been together it'll be a year on the fourteenth of this month thank you don't want test the car out before you you actually purchase I mean I know but at the same time I do respect god and I want to honor I got that. that level of his trash and got a small people that he got a Michael Biehn is I don't care how much you parading get no big. okay. right about that and I mean honestly I'm not been out there on that really will be experiencing a lot together Hey Babe could you please tell me to pray that you sent me to you said you pray about it what do you say what do you say to god and rebel may lie just say it out loud I'm just carry this women out there that might need to get that to say it out loud. you that you know what's best for me and because I'm being able to use that you will we hope he company in the area I cannot speak you give me the case to rely on your map your online what the devil wants me to focus on to break your lan that is very true but remember if you got a microphone is better remembered as serenity prayer god grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change the courage to change the things I can and the wisdom to know the difference okay. I don't want anything huge anyway so you'll be okay you do you want just enough baby bath party wanted just right yes all right you enjoy that mama Hey good luck thank you..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Those are all my genre so to me. It's just like it hits. All these things that that line up correctly and yeah that's it becomes my movie. Have you seen game night yes. Do you like it yeah yeah because it's like a one night. I mean they've gone to more parties but it's still very fun. Tofu Greece could have been in it and this is the other thing I want to bring up because usually when I tell people I love this movie. They're like Oh your big toe for Grace Fan and I'm like that's not really my character for this movie. My character for this movie is Berry. Nathan played by Dan Fogler that that I something I rea. That really draws me to. This movie is when I saw that character. I said that's me like I feel like there's very few movies. I watched that I feel you like I can relate to any character league. I mean you just I a lot of characters are broadly drawn especially in comedies that don't have a specificity but there's something about him and like all his weird choices and also. I feel like I would act that way of ice. Somehow was like I'm GonNa fuck and do coke right. Sr sort but I so this character berry is the Chubby best fat. He's he's fat guy easily. Being played uh-huh Jonah Hill could not Josh Gad that type he did not go to college is like the the main thing for this character and instead. He stayed in their hometown. Los Angeles California Shed Hall. He worked at a import car dealership for it Bob Odenkirk who has no lines in the film. I wonder like Bob Odenkirk at that point. What's his status like breaking bad started. I think in two thousand seven or two thousand eight even maybe and Bob Odenkirk wasn't even in the first season. I don't think so I think he was just like a mister. Show like comedy people knew who he he was because at this point watching it and seeing him and being like whoa he doesn't really say anything does aways one then even in the deleted scene. He has a deleted team. We watch the deleted scenes for some reason and you're looking for Jennifer Goodwin. I do want to say that good with listen. The credits funds seen in this movie from Banke. Yeah what was that show called with Bill Paxton about the Mormons from big google. I always think of her as she's just not that into you. What all that's fine touchdown for her. She's credited in the film but we could not find her and so we listened to the podcast uncast knows any information. Please contact US text Megan or just post a comment or do that and so we watch the deleted scenes Imbaba Bhuttan Kirk has a scene where he's firing berry and it's not good like his performance is not good well Bubba or incur. I think he's not like an amazing amazing actor but he's become a really solid dramatic actor while breaking bad was happening here but it doesn't even seem to be capitalizing on like some of the weird mister show stuff that he's just essentially Pussy Pussy Pussy over and over in the deleted scene. It's very strange. This is two thousand seven right so like people were more more loose with calling each other and like retarded which is what word that I hate to say so berry gets fired and so he's upset but he's going to go to the party to like pick himself up and on the way the party they they realized that he can't roll up in his sister station wagon. tofu grace's pretending to be a banker. He's gotTa come in a nice car. So bears like I got the keys. Let's steal one of these grey says please don't but then he imagines how good would it be wrong roll into this party and this fancy car and so he agrees he's friend probably will go to jail for this and they steal this car and they're you're listening to straight. Outta Compton and they both multiple times mouth via word though as I was watching this definitely comparing it to sixteen candles on my mind mind like I was trying to make that connection a lot especially because that's probably my favorite John Hughes movie but that movie is the most problematic John Hughes v at the same time so like also that compares. There's like well. At least there's no rape. There's no Asian stereotypes so I'd say there is a thing of like he lied to her to have sex definitely only some sexual manipulation going on what they bring this off in the movie where he's like. Did you just sleep with me. Because I'm a banker she does that. They fall in love but yes I also also one like that's the writer of the movie that's not. That's not a thing that really happened so okay. Let's cut to that riders of the Movie Man and a woman who also created the seventy. Oh they're the creators. Oh I didn't know there are at least writer at least writers on them show so let's jump to that part because I do WanNa talk about that so he he starts the movie. Kinda like acting too cool for school. Whenever he runs into her like he doesn't remember her anything like that for tens and pretty quickly quickly. He admits that that part is fake but he still keeps going with the banker lie and then they sneak into someone else's backyard. Dave Chris Pratt party go to Michael Ian Black Party and Michael. Ian Black is Teresa Palmer's boss and topher grace impressive aggressive everybody with some math and wish I could do workman are enrolled in school with doing so poorly in math that she's doing really well in math. I just want everyone to know she'll be the next for grace. He lures her into another another person's back here. This vervins they get on a trampoline they play truth or dare and they have sex and immediately the after having sex like that was fun now. Let me tell you the truth. I we're GONNA video store. She's like no way and he's like no I do. She's like no no way and it keeps going on and on until I started seeing her face changing and she's a good actress who's very attractive and she's a good actress but she's not a great great actress so it was like a very subtle change in her expression and I was like I think she's finally believing she gets understandably very upset that she loses her. American accent a little actress. Oh three one line where she's like congratulations. Did you just had sex with a crash that bad but it's yeah and so then like she is understandably like you lied to me about this essential part of who you are and how you're presenting yourself to me and he's like no no everything else who's real everything else. We talked about Israel and then he brings up to sleep because he thought I was a banker is like cool like yeah. Let's turn this around on her to me. It's interesting because it's like casting lasting of Tofu. Graze almost like halfway solves the issue that he sexually manipulated her because you know like if you imagine a creepy looking guy doing that. WHO's like less queued unless like sort of innocent looking then you just become alarmed. The has a nice enough enough that you like. Hey He's a good guy. I feel like also his performance in everything he does. He's always playing high status but someone who knows he's low status like everyone always calls him out on his bullshit and he seems like someone who's very insecure about himself but he can put on with his snark penis that he's hot shit. I don't know for me his casting and performances the biggest problem with the movie but we'll talk about that once. We're done talking about how he manipulates this so yeah a big thing. That's been looming over the entire movie. Is this ball which is a big steel ball that Chris Pratt hasn't a truck it Chris Pratt live on the top of a hill and the idea is someone's going to ride this ball down the hill and enter into legend. Imagine like the rider's riders coming up with anything like this thing has to do. That's like super crazy and everybody watches him do it what is that. I don't know jet skiing and and then like windsurfing. Let's just put the ball in the scripture now and we'll change it once we come up with better and they're like like know what we're going to keep the ball and then have most disgusting shots of him inside the ball vomiting. There is a pretty graphic vomit seen as so yeah a long story short. Oh for grace decides to ride the ball. I guess to prove to Teresa Palmer that he has nothing to lose that but I also don't. I mean part of it. I guess yes S. is for Teresa Palmer but I think also hearkens back to the conversation just had with his dad. His Dad is telling him. It's like you never try and you just existing getting and who just do anything shot in the dark but then also his dad is the one that establishes the if there's one thing he wants for his son to do in this life is to ride the ball because he does seem nobody has written the ball and the longtime and getting yeah he that's how he's introduced his dad played by Michael Biehn from terminate which is amazing by the yeah right casting supposedly Tofa grays personally made that phone call to invite Michael Biehn because he's obsessed with Terminator Nakas. He's obsessed with a a yeah. Oh that's right. He's the he's the guy that goes crazy man. No I was GONNA say. There's William freed can in movie where I forget what it's called now but he's like a has the most forgettable yeah. Michael Biehn is like a yeah yeah. He's a lawyer and he's representing a serial killer and he gets the serial killer off and now the serial killers like I'm going to kill your fans. Don't trust serial killer but but you know his military roles in Cameroon film abyss Terminator. I'm I'm probably something else that we cannot room right now. He's not in Avatar. I wonder if is he not for sure. We got five movies to find find her multiple sequels. Maybe more by the time this podcast come out. We'll still be three years away from this. Yes well Michael. Biehn is dad and Michael. Biehn is disappointed in his son's lack of motivation in life understandably. I think I'd say that's another strong point in this movie and maybe something and the reason why this has been such an attractive movie to me is because I've spent a lot of my life especially like when I saw this in college allege and then I dropped out of college and I watched again like about feeling not knowing where to go in life or what to do and I feel like most of the movies that tackle call that subject of youth feeling aimless our high school movies are like right out of high school and like that's always a frustrating thing. It's like yeah. You're seventeen like you don't want it to do but not as many the movies I think tackle like twenty-somethings trying to figure that especially when most actors are in their early thirty exactly which very obvious in this movie but still like that's something that really related to where I've watched this movie so many times when I'm in places in my life where I'm just like yeah. I I don't know what I'm doing and I don't know what I want and that such a frustrating feeling feeling I think this movie nails it in those scenes and so it's also interesting to watch now as you guys brought up the beginning. I'm in school for nursing now. which was a late in life life choice.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Holidays in a face off, Johnny Ringo inside the saloon, and we always remember Val Kilmer, and after Jonny Ringo's done twirling his pistol all around and showing off and Val Kilmer takes, his whiskey glass, and he's turned around kind of being a smart Aleck. You'll always remember Val. Kilmer weenie knocked that roll out as doc Holliday? Uley Johnny Ringo. That he's facing off against. Well, Mr. Ringo got his education, like have a suit class seventy four. It was just a little snot nose punk back then from, you know what they say I wasn't there. I don't know. As waiting for the tiny and that was a good one. Yeah. Made his debut in a role with Greece. And I've seen that maybe partially here and there can't picture, it was also, Kyle recent Terminator and got to start right here in Arizona lake havasu city, Mike, being Michael Biehn believe is how thank you. I never even said his name. He's Johnny Ringo, Johnny Ringo. And according to his bio said the best role he ever had in his career. Tombstone tombstone. He's, he's Johnny Ringo forever. And Val Kilmer, Forever's dot holiday. Just they now factually, you could pick that movie apart. We're not gonna do that for the entertainment value topnotch because I'm, I'm gonna hijack the conversation here we are changing gears. So got to do a little can't shoot three shots out of double fair saga without reloading impossible to go. Run a six shooter still only has six bullets nineteen artistic.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You'll get a repeat of the birthday boy, Johnny. And his group directly following me. Should be. A lot of cake day. I saw. Got this year. For now. My. Mike. Shows up uninvited. The call. It sounds like it. But it doesn't never heard the song. It's the it's great song. It's the lead say it was his Michael Biehn. See now. If not for you to the call would have been used to wipe a lot of vans often the alarm simple minds to a degree not even to a degree. Simple minds band that one album that had alive and kickin on great out has a single. No it had more. Police on YouTube knocked them out as their next album after you might be right out on. Oh, man. Is such a simple cores? But it's beautiful. But a care about. Pads and dust up right there. Simple minds. Alive and kickin all the things she said and then a coupla off of that album. Not that I thought that was brilliant..

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"michael biehn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's becoming harder to get things done. Good stuff. Just helping constituents doing things in the national debate. And it's becoming harder to have a discussion with people these are becoming more polarized. And it is just quite depressing and doll to sit in the middle of a screaming match where there's very little scope to help people understand why the other things that they do which is something I find fascinating. Which is why I'm so delighted to be working. With the Middle East. Interesting Michael to hear that in a sense. I mean is somebody who does what you do? You follow the political moves movers and shakers very closely. You write about them. You write Ditore tells you tell us what the times thinks about these things I wonder how you who you reflect on how well I think it's a very good point made about the need to actually do something in the frustration of feeling you've got to go through this Sharada them screaming and charging all the time. Particularly at the moment. When you got a very polarized atmosphere, and the feeling that really good MP's are good constituency MP's, they do actually look at a lot of difference and writing to your MP, something people don't get publicized very much. You don't hear about him MP's helping constituents but indeed they do often, and that's important. And it's not what journalists write about very much. They write about the the sludge of what's going on in Westminster earned the kind of games people play. Yes. The power politics is fun. It's fun to write about. But it can get awfully repetitive. And you find it's very difficult to get outside the confines that your whips want you to stay in. You can't say, well, gee, my friend over there on the opposite. Ventures has a very good idea. And I agree with him. We will talk more to both Charlotte listening, Michael Biehn throughout the program thoughts from you. If you wish for the World Service Facebook page as we turn our attention. I to.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:53 min | 3 years ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on WGN Radio

"My brother Mickey's, visiting New York for about a month. He is a member of a health club for the first time in his life. Thanks to Connie and everybody there. That's pretty cool. I saw the card. Nikki, but his name is Michael I didn't even know that Michael Biehn, Michael deed, and Stephen Lee, aren't you guys? The cutest, Michael dean, and Stephen Lee, it sounds like a bad serial killer. Like a like a new that show rebel the confederate show where they used to ride over at the other side car does sound like hazard dukes of hazzard. No. But it sounds like two brothers in the civil war. Michael dean, and Stephen Lee. Coach Collins and coming up in a little bit from your Blackhawks before we get to any of that. We always do the most valuable person on the planet. You know, you've been a previous winner. Bridget gainer of the best guest on the show. So we know what the buyer is at but you never been an MVP. So I feel like you need to get out there. You're eligible once you've been the best guest is that right? To check the robots. Joining us. Joining us now is Hannah Nolan. Good morning to you Hannah Nolan. Good morning. Thanks for having me on thanks for being here. And thanks for doing. What you do every day? Hanna is a diverse learners teacher was Chicago public schools. What does that mean? So I work primarily with students with special learning disabilities. ADHD variety of challenges in both the regular classroom ended a separate setting. So these are folks that have considerable extra hurdles to get over and some that are struggling on a lesser level. How do you make that all work? Students where they are. So my job is mostly about relationships getting to know, my students, very well. And then giving them the sports that they need to be more autonomous more self directed more motivated, and it's really a partnership. So I worked very closely with my colleagues at the students families with the social worker and other supporters in the school. So. We we work together to get those resources to the students that they need congratulations on the award. How I mean what's the criteria other than the fact that you're swell? So it's it's from the Chicago Sunday shift for education, which is a organization I've worked closely way over the past several years, they provide a lot of amazing programs for teachers to help them develop their own tactics. And so because I've been involved in several of their flagship programs, and then was nominated by two of my colleagues, and then selected among a pool of candidates for my commitment to developing my tactics for my commitment to collaborating with other teachers, I guess that's. So. I know it's Hannah Nolan spoon. Want to lose your second half year hyphen there? You did not get it. Sorry. Knowing your I know you didn't get into, you know, working with the diverse learners for all the accolades were you surprised when they chose you. Yeah. I was I was shocked. I was actually at a meeting with my boss. I were having my annual review. In this big award. And colleague walk in and said, oh, there's a former student here to she you. And I was like, oh is it Rodriguez because I was really excited. Kids who graduated last year. No it wasn't. It was twenty five people walking into the room, including by entire family. Co workers a bunch of my students was oh, that's. Yeah. That's very cool. Now what I wish was going on is right in the middle of that your superintendent, whoever was going over your review. Everything's perfect. But I do want to talk about one thing. And then they marched the award. Very cool. Thanks for what you do every day. My daughter is behavioral analysts who works with kids. With autism every day. And I know I have a brother was special needs. And I know the kind of patients it takes and the world's a better place because of people like you, so I appreciate the work. You do. Thank you so much. You know, I really I feel called to do this work and to support my kids to make the. Be able to be the best choices that they can for themselves and Billy advocate for themselves. And I don't know when they started using the category diverse learning, but I think it's it's the greatest shift because it just is learning differently in that is so inclusive of just things beyond what they used to kind of categorize people. So it has to be I think than when you're a kid who's which, you know, having these diversities you just feel like you're a part of a nice group. Well, if you're gonna be labeled be labeled as something that's a positive. Has a positive, and I you know, what most of these kids learn differently. They are better smarter than all of us at our standard. Anybody that works with folks that have that extra hurdle to get over? You get ten times from them. What you ever give to that? Yeah. And I think we really try to remove the stigma. So, you know, helping our kids know what their disability is getting involved in their own educational planning. And then helping them understand that there's there's a difference, and that's not necessarily a lack late. We've got all we all have our strengths as the different areas. And so when you know what you need to learn bass you can advocate for that. You can ask for that. And I always think about my kids going to college where there's not going to be a teacher there who says hey, this kid needs extra time on their test. You've got to walk into the ADA office yourself, and I self identify as h the accommodations I need to be successful. So my goal really with my middle school age to get them ready. So they can start practicing that skill in high school. So by the time, they get to college. They can really do it for them. Sorry confidently. Yeah. Even in the language or using what the algae identifying of gender and things like that. It's all inclusive for everybody, but a crazy crazy idea right away. You got that nice award. And that's a big deal. But you know, what they didn't give you a Luma pizza at gift card and you win both. Yeah. That's from Lou malnati's dot com. ABT dot com. My friend Steve Shapiro. Thank you Hannah. Thank you so much. Stone. Yes. Like Cohn, not my first day. But she said it better and a Nolan's bone Manolas bone. Congratulations at school story. Some gainers you Bridget listen. I don't know that there's anything any of us can add to this. Jesse smallest story, but any any thoughts? So a couple of thoughts. One is reminding me, Mike Royko an article, you know, obviously, really long time ago, we talks about the it opens up, and he says, look, you can't wake up and decide to be a lawyer or you can't wake up one day and say, you know, I'm going to be a doctor you need to train you need to apprentice you have to learn the skill. You also can't wake up and say like today, I'd like to be a criminal today like to break the law. He's like you need to learn from people who are better at the job, you need to spend some time picking up the so you wanna say the fascinating things we're talking about this over dinner. And now that you want to say, okay, the lying isn't bad. But you do want to walk through and say why involve other people who have? No, you're not they're not related to you. Right. They're not on your payroll. Have no incentive you'd only imagine. Once the specter of being arrested came to these two other guys out. Yeah. Yeah. He did it all on the video buying ropes and masks and the whole thing hasn't walk into the crafty beaver to buy rope L at the same time bleach. And so you want to say if you were going to think this thing through hit your own self in the face, and then just have no one around. And then at least there's the specter of doubt. I just think he might have thought that he was much smarter than the police. You're like they kind of do this for a living. I figure out when people are lying. I think that's the key point right there. The fact that this is someone who thinks he's smarter than everybody. And he has now changed his world. He has no one else knew he has changed his world nothing, but negative ways. Now, personally like I could rail on how stupid he is all day and Lord knows at like to. But I hope he gets help. I think the guy has got such significant issues that he needs to get help it needs to get it immediately. So and I feel for the cast of empire because this is a member of their family. You know, and I was just telling you rich Daniels is a good friend. He's the head of the musicians union here. And he's a musical director at. Empire. And he said, they're all totally shocked having a terrible time. And this is a group of people. I they come to the juvenile detention center. We've brought you know people from all over town all the time always doing great things for the city, and it's such a shame. And hopefully, they don't bear the brunt of that. We'll come back into the second with your headlines are going to play the misspelling being just a few minutes. Steve Cochran, John seven twenty WGN tomorrow.

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"michael biehn" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"michael biehn" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Everybody's dressed. So well like if you like nobody's dressed for function. Everybody's dress looks cool as possible and making twenty s fashions. Also, I I'm going to say I watch for the first time Bill and Ted's. Excellent. Venture. I know I get chided on his podcast a little held back for saying, I never seen it. So I've seen it. And it's very good. But it's interesting because I didn't really laugh at it. I don't think Bill has excellent. Venture is very funny. I thought I thought it was charming. I smile it a lot and I enjoyed watching it bided laugh out loud ever. I am. I crazy who who thinks I'm wrong here. I don't I don't think it's ages. Well on the comedy department. I it's it's not nearly as funny as it is when you're younger, especially when it comes to like that kind of you know, culture with the who-who dude broke kind of thing. But it's I think it's as entertaining as any other kind of nostalgic movie that you grew up with from the eighties or nineties that has dated comedy in it. I would watch it in high school. Actually, my orchestra teacher was obsessed with this movie. So sometimes he would just forgo practice and put Bill and Ted's excellent adventure on. And that's I've really found on reason this movie, I think laughing a lot with it. But I do think that it might have to do with the nostalgic sheen and just like the chance to not have class socially warm. Nice movie that when. The point where it's Billington praise. The L fag is such a jarring. Oh my gosh. It was made thirty years ago moment, it's really really like like, I'm not the kind of person who write-off movie because it from different time and place was like, well, this movie was movies so good natured in kind in love with characters in the world. And so it has a homophobic slur as a major like laugh moment, it was odd incredibly odd to witness. But I still enjoyed it at streaming now on Amazon. Speaking of streaming things I watched night Ninety-Eight Godzilla because I hate myself and because it's Australian net flicks. I popped it on it's unbearable. I mean, I'm somebody who loves independence day. I know the studios gave roll 'em reconvene. Devon carte blanche to make Godzilla after successive that this thing just doesn't understand the appeal of Godzilla. It is a miscalculation on all fronts. Matthew Broderick is boring. The female lead is boring. The best part is the best movies Hankas area being goofball. I mean, we had been Heynckes area driving around New York looking for God's they'll let photographs of them. I would've probably droid this a lot more, man. It does not hold up. And did it was a bad movie in the nineties? It's even worse now and speaking of bad movies. I watch navy seals. I don't know why watch the movie that they make fun of and clerks. They do let me think clerk. So I've never seen this bunch line streaming on Amazon, and it is Charlie Sheen and Michael Biehn play members of elite navy seals unit, and it's very release. In nineteen ninety but it's very much moving from the Reagan era. You can tell us that it was made in the same macho America's right at all times mindset give you an idea of the plot. This movie a Islamic terrorists stolen bunch of missiles as threatening to you know, use them against Americans. And so Michael beans character leader of the squad tracks down a half, a half Arabic journalists to who knows where terrorists hiding, and she's all like the Middle East is complicated. And in trying to barge in there without understanding that is actually really bad decision that we need. We should actually we think how we approach the Middle East and our policies there an entire plot. The movies Michael being convincing your she's wrong it, but how they should go in there blow everything up. It is. It is ridiculous. I mean at a time capsule. It is fascinating. I mean, but as someone who like live in such a great a morally grey area all become more aware of that all the political situations unrest, special Middle East are are never as simple as the eighties. Thomas..

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