17 Burst results for "Michael Cera"

"michael cera" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

04:47 min | 2 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"In bed in first place. I have a question. Is it supposed to be boobs at the G? Or is he bombs? Oh no, it's bob's. Von arb in second place in Tyler in third, 5 more to go. Who's gonna win? Here's number 11. Which actor played Malcolm in the 2000 sitcom Malcolm in the middle? Was it Matthew rhetoric? Frankie Muniz? Michael Cera or Kevin hunt, number 11. Nacho average food truck still serve it out front. If you guys are hungry for fries, burgers and nachos and hamburger. And hot dogs. That's what I'm reading off the truck. Number 11, the answer is Frankie Muniz. I read that he's supposedly has memory loss and doesn't remember being on the show. 88%. 35 people. Number 12. Which chemical found in peppers is responsible for these spicy sensation when eating them is a gluten, citric acid. Capsaicin. Capsaicin? Or parenting? Number 12. And then turn out to say that. Number 12, it's the one I can't say. Does anyone know how to say that word? Was it? What's your share shots? The rural juror. Another 30 rock reference. Hundred percent, you all got it. Good job. Take a drink. That's our first 100% question all night long. Nice job. Number 13. Who founded the blogging social network tumblr in 2007? Was it Mark Zuckerberg, David Karp, Jack Dorsey, or Carson king? Who did this? Tumblr. In 2007, number 13, we've got 14 and 15 to close it out. Three points to the winner for their team. David Karp. Last name like a fish 38% number 14. What is the mathematical name of the curve created when tracing a line with a spirograph toy? Is it a trochoid cycloid? Hypotrochoid? Or Crone? Those aren't real words. Number 14. The answer is, of course, a hypertrophied duh. 17 people got it. We're going into our last question. You're going to have 20 seconds to place your bet. You can wager something or all the points that you earn so far just like final jeopardy. And your clue is apps. How do you feel about apps? Make sure you hit submit wager, wager some non or all of your points. Could it be applications? Could it be appetizers? Who knows? Here we go. In three, two, one. What year was Google's social network Google+ discontinue? 2011, 2013, 2015, or 2019. Number 15, what year was Google's social network Google+ discontinued? Three, two, one, boom. The answer was 2019. 46% the winning player was Nick nack and first place, nice job. Out of nowhere, wagered 6 80 and got 1360 nickname. Takes the points, Austin's second and Lynn in third. Thanks for playing random questions. With crowd per and trivia with buds. There it is, another live episode. We've got one more left for live week here on the podcast. If you enjoyed this style of listening to the show, email me, Ryan bud's a Gmail dot com or hit me up on social media at Ryan buds on just about everything. Let me know if you loved it or hated it. Just trying to switch things up with The Daily Show every so often with some of these themed weeks and things like that. Your fact of the day for today is the first car manufacturer to use tail fins was the Cadillac in 1948 Cadillac in 1948. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend and thanks for being like Courtney French and signing up for the Patreon at Patreon dot com slash trivia with buds. Cheers.

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"michael cera" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"As I like to call it. So that's battleship at dinkins. One of the Nazis in Raiders of the Lost Ark gets shot through the glasses. Maybe. That wouldn't surprise me. It's been homage, you know? Yep. So battleship potemkin was a, it made a pretty big splash in 1925. In 1926, the following year, the next movie on the list, it wasn't his first, but it really solidified, I think, is stardom. Buster Keaton stardom. Yeah, the general. Rightfully so too. Yeah. He was one of the great, well, some people call him the greatest stuntman to ever live. He's done some stuff that I think earns him that. Yeah. I mean, this is back in the day too, where he was legitimately risking his life. Right. Like the very famously where he's standing on the street in front of a house and then the whole front of the house falls over him and the window just goes right around him. Yeah. I watch that again today. I can't believe he did that. There's actually a half of a second where his arm jerks up 'cause he's startled as the house finally makes its way into his peripheral vision. Yeah. And it has to be one of the most dangerous things that human beings ever done on film. I'm sure the whole time before that was like, we did the math, right? He did the math. Do the math again, do the math again. Show me the math. All right. Show me the math. Yeah. Because that's all it was. It was math and measurements. Right. But yeah, he could have been squashed and killed very easily. And he had a lot of faith in everybody who was pulling off the stunt with him, you know? He had to just stand there. That was his whole thing. He had to just stand there. And his bit was that he played it straight, constantly. He was a stone faced actor. Yeah, deadpan. Yeah, he kind of started that whole thing because his big, I was about to say rival, but I guess just contemporary Charlie Chaplin, while similar, in some ways, was completely different because Chaplin was constantly mugging for the camera and asking for the audience sympathy. Right, raising his eyebrows. Yeah, like look what's happening to me. Come on, come on, where's Buster Keaton with just, he had that deadpan look the whole time. Yeah, he would go from like a house falling around him to jumping on a train or something like that with just the same blank facial expression. Yeah, and the reason this is a highly influential film, the general is because it kind of showcases the best of both. The amazing stunts that would be mimicked in throughout the years and built upon and then the deadpan style that influenced everyone from obviously Bill Murray is one of the great deadpan actors of all time. Yeah. You can count the number of time Bill Murray even smiles in a movie on like two hands. Much less like apes or laughs or anything. Michael Cera is mentioned in here and I'm like, I think he might have Bill Murray beat as far as fan actor goes, yeah. Well, Zach galifianakis is on the list. He's super deadpan. Yeah. Leslie Nielsen, of course, Amy Poehler, I think is a woman that's a very deadpan, has a deadpan style. Jason Schwartzman. Yes. But people say this all is a direct descendant of Buster Keaton's work. Yeah, and if you think we're overstating this, go watch any Buster Keaton movie. You will be thrilled and delighted. And if you're attention span has been shredded to ribbons by the Internet, just go on to YouTube and type in Buster Keaton and it'll bring up all sorts of clips of his awesome stunts. It's pretty great. You will be thrilled. I promise. Yeah, and I think I made a note here, by the way, that we have a fatty arbuckle retraction to make. Remember when we called him out as the rapist to murder, I didn't say murder. Well, we said rapists at least. Right. But we were taking the task by a fan. He was acquitted of all that stuff. And apparently he didn't do either act. And his career and life and family name were ruined forever. So he was evidently done a grave miss justice and we sort of cavalierly just still called him that today. Yeah, I need to look into it more. All right, so next up we have the jazz singer, the 1927 edition, not the Neil Diamond one. No, and there was one in between two with Danny Thomas. I believe. Holly Neil diamonds. It's good. I never saw it. You ever see it? No, no, it's not bad. But this is the original from Alan crossland, and it is notable because it was the first feature length movie that was at least 25% spoken dialog. Right. Does that make sense? Yeah, it's totally new. Yeah, it wasn't the first talkie because they had short films that were talkies. Right. And there was a movie the next year, I'm sorry, yeah, in 1928, called lights of New York that had a 100% full spoken dialog. But the jazz singer had a mix of music and spoken dialog. Right. The first big, big daddy feature length film to do so. With substantial dialog, right? Yeah. And they did it in the most roundabout difficult way that you could possibly do it, which is to record the audio and the soundtrack, both the dialog and the music, and vinyl records. Probably wax records really. And then the projectionist had to sink the record up with the film strip. So everything was in sync. Yeah, it was a device called a vitaphone that Warner Brothers sunk about half a million into. This company called western electric who invented it. And it was actually physically connected to the projector's motor. So while they did have to sync it, it was a physical connection between the phonograph player and the projection reel, I guess. Yeah. And it went on to gross three and a half million bucks for 1927. A lot of dough. That's a ton of dough. That's like 5, $6 million today, at least. Yeah. At least. But was ineligible for the best picture because they were just like, you can't compete with the rest. That's not fair. Oh, wow, 'cause everything else is silent. And everyone's gonna vote for you. Yeah. So that changed the whole game, for sure. We will continue on with our awesome and grossing list. Right after this. You want your kid eating the best nutrition, right? For all their days at the dog park and night sleeping in bed, your bed? Yep, we mean that kid. Your dog. Halo elevate is natural science based nutrition for their best health. It's guaranteed to support your dog's top 5 health needs better than leaving brands. That means digestive health, heart and immunity support, healthy skin and coat, hip and joint support, and strengthen energy. Find halo elevate at petco, pet supplies plus and select neighborhood pet stores. Learn more at halo pets dot com. Hey chuck, it's summer, which means school is out. Sun shining the daylight lasts longer and best of all, there's plenty of time to get lost in a good thrilling story, isn't there? There sure is. So whether you're road tripping or relaxing poolside, you can tune in to the podcast series on Amazon music. My favorite murder from exactly right media. That's right. Part true crime and part comedy, my favorite murder takes you on a journey through small town mysteries and major laughs all in the same week. That's right, hosts Karen kilgariff and Georgia hardstark, banter with each other sharing their favorite true crime tales and explore unique hometown stories from friends and fans alike, and they're both great and it's a fun show and you should listen. So listen to new episodes of my favorite murder one week early on Amazon music, download the free Amazon music app

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"michael cera" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:53 min | 4 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"As I like to call it. So that's battleship at dinkins. One of the Nazis in Raiders of the Lost Ark gets shot through the glasses. Maybe. That wouldn't surprise me. It's been homage, you know? Yep. So battleship potemkin was a, it made a pretty big splash in 1925. In 1926, the following year, the next movie on the list, it wasn't his first, but it really solidified, I think, is stardom. Buster Keaton stardom. Yeah, the general. Rightfully so too. Yeah. He was one of the great, well, some people call him the greatest stuntman to ever live. He's done some stuff that I think earns him that. Yeah. I mean, this is back in the day too, where he was legitimately risking his life. Right. Like the very famously where he's standing on the street in front of a house and then the whole front of the house falls over him and the window just goes right around him. Yeah. I watch that again today. I can't believe he did that. There's actually a half of a second where his arm jerks up 'cause he's startled as the house finally makes its way into his peripheral vision. Yeah. And it has to be one of the most dangerous things that human beings ever done on film. I'm sure the whole time before that was like, we did the math, right? He did the math. Do the math again, do the math again. Show me the math. All right. Show me the math. Yeah. Because that's all it was. It was math and measurements. Right. But yeah, he could have been squashed and killed very easily. And he had a lot of faith in everybody who was pulling off the stunt with him, you know? He had to just stand there. That was his whole thing. He had to just stand there. And his bit was that he played it straight, constantly. He was a stone faced actor. Yeah, deadpan. Yeah, he kind of started that whole thing because his big, I was about to say rival, but I guess just contemporary Charlie Chaplin, while similar, in some ways, was completely different because Chaplin was constantly mugging for the camera and asking for the audience sympathy. Right, raising his eyebrows. Yeah, like look what's happening to me. Come on, come on, where's Buster Keaton with just, he had that deadpan look the whole time. Yeah, he would go from like a house falling around him to jumping on a train or something like that with just the same blank facial expression. Yeah, and the reason this is a highly influential film, the general is because it kind of showcases the best of both. The amazing stunts that would be mimicked in throughout the years and built upon and then the deadpan style that influenced everyone from obviously Bill Murray is one of the great deadpan actors of all time. Yeah. You can count the number of time Bill Murray even smiles in a movie on like two hands. Much less like apes or laughs or anything. Michael Cera is mentioned in here and I'm like, I think he might have Bill Murray beat as far as fan actor goes, yeah. Well, Zach galifianakis is on the list. He's super deadpan. Yeah. Leslie Nielsen, of course, Amy Poehler, I think is a woman that's a very deadpan, has a deadpan style. Jason Schwartzman. Yes. But people say this all is a direct descendant of Buster Keaton's work. Yeah, and if you think we're overstating this, go watch any Buster Keaton movie. You will be thrilled and delighted. And if you're attention span has been shredded to ribbons by the Internet, just go on to YouTube and type in Buster Keaton and it'll bring up all sorts of clips of his awesome stunts. It's pretty great. You will be thrilled. I promise. Yeah, and I think I made a note here, by the way, that we have a fatty arbuckle retraction to make. Remember when we called him out as the rapist to murder, I didn't say murder. Well, we said rapists at least. Right. But we were taking the task by a fan. He was acquitted of all that stuff. And apparently he didn't do either act. And his career and life and family name were ruined forever. So he was evidently done a grave miss justice and we sort of cavalierly just still called him that today. Yeah, I need to look into it more. All right, so next up we have the jazz singer, the 1927 edition, not the Neil Diamond one. No, and there was one in between two with Danny Thomas. I believe. Holly Neil diamonds. It's good. I never saw it. You ever see it? No, no, it's not bad. But this is the original from Alan crossland, and it is notable because it was the first feature length movie that was at least 25% spoken dialog. Right. Does that make sense? Yeah, it's totally new. Yeah, it wasn't the first talkie because they had short films that were talkies. Right. And there was a movie the next year, I'm sorry, yeah, in 1928, called lights of New York that had a 100% full spoken dialog. But the jazz singer had a mix of music and spoken dialog. Right. The first big, big daddy feature length film to do so. With substantial dialog, right? Yeah. And they did it in the most roundabout difficult way that you could possibly do it, which is to record the audio and the soundtrack, both the dialog and the music, and vinyl records. Probably wax records really. And then the projectionist had to sink the record up with the film strip. So everything was in sync. Yeah, it was a device called a vitaphone that Warner Brothers sunk about half a million into. This company called western electric who invented it. And it was actually physically connected to the projector's motor. So while they did have to sync it, it was a physical connection between the phonograph player and the projection reel, I guess. Yeah. And it went on to gross three and a half million bucks for 1927. A lot of dough. That's a ton of dough. That's like 5, $6 million today, at least. Yeah. At least. But was ineligible for the best picture because they were just like, you can't compete with the rest. That's not fair. Oh, wow, 'cause everything else is silent. And everyone's gonna vote for you. Yeah. So that changed the whole game, for sure. We will continue on with our awesome and grossing list. Right after this. You want your kid eating the best nutrition, right? For all their days at the dog park and night sleeping in bed, your bed? Yep, we mean that kid. Your dog. Halo elevate is natural science based nutrition for their best health. It's guaranteed to support your dog's top 5 health needs better than leaving brands. That means digestive health, heart and immunity support, healthy skin and coat, hip and joint support, and strengthen energy. Find halo elevate at petco, pet supplies plus and select neighborhood pet stores. Learn more at halo pets dot com. Hey chuck, it's summer, which means school is out. Sun shining the daylight lasts longer and best of all, there's plenty of time to get lost in a good thrilling story, isn't there? There sure is. So whether you're road tripping or relaxing poolside, you can tune in to the podcast series on Amazon music. My favorite murder from exactly right media. That's right. Part true crime and part comedy, my favorite murder takes you on a journey through small town mysteries and major laughs all in the same week. That's right, hosts Karen kilgariff and Georgia hardstark, banter with each other sharing their favorite true crime tales and explore unique hometown stories from friends and fans alike, and they're both great and it's a fun show and you should listen. So listen to new episodes of my favorite murder one week early on Amazon music, download the free Amazon music app

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"michael cera" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

03:03 min | 5 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Silly cute is what I kept saying. I don't think you should call him marvel movie cute. Yeah, I don't think that's what it should be. So I will say this. We'll probably not go see it again. But I will say that it's worth the watch, but you have to know, I think what you're getting into, it's like it's just not a marvel movie. Yeah. Travie? Yeah, so Taylor, Taylor and I are kind of on the same page except I disliked it a little more. Even Taylor said when I went over to his house right before this, that he had just seen a trailer for Thor. And he goes, oh, that is very misleading. A 100%. Yeah, it was like there was little to no words at all. It was just all the action sequences and everything and it was just like Thor returns. Love and thunder in theaters only. And I was like, wow, people gonna be pissed off. And it was like, 'cause that is because that one minute, I was like, damn, they did a good job of this. I was like, but that is not what this movie is. That is not what this movie. And they started from the beginning being goofy. Yeah. Like, straight on. Yeah, it felt like a parody film. If you've seen any of the scary movie films, one through four, or the disaster movies, or it really felt like and I can't remember the name of the film, the one with Michael Cera, James Franco and Seth Rogen, where there's Armageddon and the world is ending, and they have a whole bunch like Emma Watson shows up for a little bit. They just have celebrity pop ins. Every once in a while, we're like, oh, okay, well, that's interesting, but it felt like this movie felt like Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, like it was that kind of tongue in cheek. Yeah. And it just wasn't like the beginning was good, and I was like, oh, okay, here's some levity. But they kept trying to infuse some drama in there. And then they would be like, I guess they were, I don't know if it also felt like a Judd Apatow film where they were just going to let the characters riff and start trying whatever jokes they wanted to. And he decided to leave it in. I thought they were going off on a rescue mission, but then they had to sit there and have like a long, too long scene. That went about, you know, talking about leaving other characters and going off or doing like, I was like, hold on, isn't there somebody in distress right now? Are there stakes in this film? Or are there not? Yeah. And they get there. And they get there too late. And I'm like, well, you guys had to fucking have character development conversation for 5 minutes. But you know, whatever, cool. There was just so much like Taylor said, there was, I mean, if I may spoiler alert right here, there was a talking dumpling in the film. That's what I was. I didn't spoil it, but it's not a major spoiler for the dumplings not spoiled. No, but it was that ridiculous. There's so many things that they've used.

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"michael cera" Discussed on Switched On

Switched On

02:07 min | 8 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Switched On

"Of currency mining, the electronic currencies, and I think Michael you had an anecdote that maybe at least one of the currencies out there is looking at this space closely as well. Sure. So yeah, actually, only a couple of weeks ago, a Bitcoin mine in the U.S. actually agreed to ship this load. And it's actually interesting where Bitcoin actually weighs might work well for this is that it is somewhat free to shift its load. Google and Amazon kind of depends on how we as users are using their services. Bitcoin miners complete control over how it uses its data sector. So if it is willing and happy to shift that load to when wind is higher on the grid to solar is high in the grid to and actually helps the flow of electricity across the grid, then it could actually be a good resource and potentially more effective than some of these more traditional data centers that we've been talking about. So we'll watch the space develop, it's definitely one of the newer and more text faces that we look at the future of energy demand and in this case, specifically data centers, Michael Cera, thank you very much for joining today. Thank you, David. Not a fun. Thank you, Dana. Today's episode of switched on was edited by Rex Warner of greystoke media, Bloomberg any F as a service provided by Bloomberg finance LP in its affiliates. This recording does not constitute nor should it be construed as investment advice, investment recommendations or recommendation as to an investment or other strategy. Bloomberg and EF should not be considered as information sufficient upon which to base an investment decision. Neither Bloomberg finance LP nor any of its affiliates makes any representation or warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this recording and any liability of this recording is expressly disclaimed..

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"michael cera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on WTOP

"Critic Jin Cheney with her tape this morning If you remember inside a new Schumer the sketch series that Amy Schumer did a few years back This is very very different from that As you said this is a dramedy It's a scripted series Amy Schumer plays a character named Beth And I won't spoil what happens but at the end of the first episode an event happens in her life They kind of changes the trajectory of what she's doing She ends up moving back home to Long Island And it's really kind of an identity search for this character And I really liked it I think Amy Schumer is giving a really great performance in this And it's a slow paced It's very low key but I enjoyed it Yeah this is a different direction for her We know her as a stand up comedian And she's doing a lot of journaling to work through some of these issues as she takes her journey This is a bog the story down I wouldn't say it bogs it down but you do have to kind of adjust to the pace of it She has been doing more kind of dramatic work lately and some films and also in this show But it's really kind of a relationship based story she develops a relationship with the character played by Michael Cera So yeah you have to get in tune with the vibe It's not like joke after joke like you're used to seeing from her Well on Apple TV plus this weekend there's we crashed the WeWork saga It tells the story of WeWork's founder Adam Neumann's rise and fall What can we expect from this So this is kind of a mini trend that we've been seeing lately with shows about startup companies We saw it with super pump on showtime which was about Uber We've seen it with the Elizabeth Holmes show and now we have this This is really driven by the performances for me As you mentioned it's about Adam Newman who's played by Jared Leto and his relationship with his wife Rebecca as they're trying to build this company And these are two very self involved pretentious people And I don't know if you're going to want to spend several hours with them at a time You may want to space out your episodes but between the two of them I think Anne Hathaway's performance is the one that is really really interesting for me But just know what you're getting into with these two characters Walter.

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"michael cera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:13 min | 9 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on WTOP

"And life and Beth on Hulu and then there's wheat crashed and WeWork saga on Apple plus Alter critic Jin Cheney with her take this morning If you remember inciting Schumer the sketch series that Amy Schumer did a few years back This is very very different from that As you said this is a dramedy It's a scripted series Amy Schumer plays a character named Beth And I won't spoil what happens but at the end of the first episode an event happens in her life that kind of changes the trajectory of what she's doing She ends up moving back home to Long Island And it's really kind of an identity search for this character And I really liked it I think Amy Schumer is giving a really great performance in this And slow paced It's very low key but I enjoyed it Yeah this is a different direction for her We know her as a stand up comedian And she's doing a lot of journaling to work through some of these issues that she takes her journey This is a bog the story down I wouldn't say it bogs it down but you do have to kind of adjust to the pace of it She has been doing more kind of dramatic work lately and some films and also in this show But it's really kind of a relationship based story she develops a relationship with a character played by Michael Cera So yeah you have to get in tune with the vibe It's not like joke after joke like you're used to seeing from her Well on Apple TV plus this weekend there's we crashed the WeWork saga It tells the story of WeWork's founder Adam Newman's rise and fall What can we expect from this So this is kind of a mini trend that we've been seeing lately with shows about startup companies We saw it with super pump on showtime which was about Uber We've seen it with the Elizabeth Holmes show and now we have this This is really driven by the performances for me as you mentioned it's about Adam Newman who's played by Jared Leto and his relationship with his wife Rebecca as they're trying to build this company And these are two very self involved pretentious people and I don't know if you're going to want to spend several hours with them at a time You may want to space out your episodes but between the two of them I think Anne Hathaway's performance is the one that is really really interesting for me But just know what you're getting into with these two characters Walter critic Jin Cheney on Skype with stuff for you to watch this weekend talking there with Gigi and.

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"michael cera" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on WTOP

"Returns to TV and life and Beth on Hulu and we crashed about the fall of WeWork starring Anne Hathaway and Jared Leto Is released by Apple TV plus vulture critic Jin Cheney on Skype joined us for more this morning If you remember inside Amy Schumer the sketch series that Amy Schumer did a few years back This is very very different from that As you said this is a dramedy It's a scripted series Amy Schumer plays a character named Beth And I won't spoil what happens but at the end of the first episode an event happens in her life They kind of change the trajectory of what she's doing She ends up moving back home to Long Island And it's really kind of an identity search for this character And I really liked it I think Amy Schumer is giving a really great performance in this And it's a slow paced It's very low key but I enjoyed it Yeah this is a different direction for her We know her as a stand up comedian And she's doing a lot of journaling to work through some of these issues as she takes her journey This is a bog the story down But I wouldn't say it bogs it down but you do have to kind of adjust to the pace of it She has been doing more kind of dramatic work lately and some films and also in this show But it's really kind of a relationship based story she develops a relationship with a character played by Michael Cera So yeah you have to get in tune with the vibe It's not like joke after joke like you're used to seeing from her Well on Apple TV plus this weekend there's we crashed the WeWork saga It tells the story of WeWork's founder Adam Neumann's rise and fall What can we expect from this So this is kind of a mini trend that we've been seeing lately with shows about startup companies We saw it with super pump on showtime which was about Uber We've seen it with the Elizabeth Holmes show and now we have this This is really driven by the performances for me as you mentioned it's about Adam Newman who's played by Jared Leto and his relationship with his wife Rebecca as they're trying to build this company And these are two very self involved pretentious people And I don't know if you're going to want to spend several hours with them at a time You may want to space out your episodes but between the two of them I think Anne Hathaway's performance is the one that is really really interesting for me But just know what you're getting into with these two characters And that was vulture critic Jin Cheney on Skype All right the madness underway for a second day Dave Preston is back with us in just a couple of minutes It's 1213 Are you thinking about refinancing your home to get cash out for college A renovation or to pay off debt The last thing you want to do is pay thousands of dollars in unnecessary closing costs just to access the equity in your home After all you have plans for that money Tap your closing costs with cap center Your local Virginia linder we just.

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"michael cera" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Daily Pop

"So funny. No, not friend. I gotta ask you now. I know that you guys are filming a new season and you know what the blast can be very messy, but apparently I thought you missed me. I read in the blog. That you said that the season was gonna be better without your girl without boy shower. That is explained. I understand clickbait. So let them know how you ride for your girl only. First of all, when they told, when I found out this Cynthia was not gonna be with me, I was heartbroken. I was more hurt about you not being nanda and I think anybody that we've lost in the past. Thank you. But friend. Yes, friend. This shit was a good year. And I don't mean that as it is to you, of course. You know, like, coming into the season, I was really nervous because, you know, they are two people that have been very important to, you know, the series, you know? We've been around for a long time. Talk about Brown for a very long time. And I honestly did not know how I was going to do without you. I really didn't, but then as we went into it, we had new people, obviously Marlow got a piece now. Really all right? I really have gotten to know her through this time. And I love Sonya, but you know, she had a lot of drama this year. Poor baby. Okay. And drew, she was coming from people next. This year, you know, she was doing that thing. She was, she changed up on us. Remember she was looking for this first season. Yes, y'all. You got a head. Everything. Yeah. Right came back. Ready to just slay? So it's his new people, you know? Yeah. I mean, even when the people who we've known before like what I'm saying about charade, like charade is so transparent this year, she showed up. I barely got to meet Tyra candy. My joining. I would love her to join. You know, people were saying that she was replaced me. Which, you know, people start rumors out of time. I am his season 14 y'all. I did the whole season. Nobody replaced me. Not yet, anyway. But she needs our cool, so I would gladly have her come on. Like, why we can't be Friends on the show? Why she gotta replace me? Exactly. This is why we love you, candy, because you always keep it authentic. Thank you for stopping by. Thanks for having me. Candy and the gang airs Sunday on bravo after the break. Look out Hollywood, Amy Schumer is coming for you. You gotta hear what she just told us X you know, I hate to Gucci, but I'm not going broke, bring him back to 90s. Remember the jelly shoes, the cute rubber went for about ten bucks? Well, Gucci now has a new version for close to 500 bucks. Would you ladies ever spend that kind of cash on these shoes? No. I mean, does it come with an outfit? No. No way. I mean, it cost a little Gucci to G on the top. That's it. Just turn it off. No. I got like a $12 version at the swap meet in Hawaii. And those are fine. They'd lasted 20 years. I'll draw a little gold G on it, and I'll just call it a day. Oh my goodness. So I'll go for a nice dinner out somewhere. This is capitalism at its best, okay? Wow. Sorry Gucci. They're never gonna dress me. Overpriced. Okay, well, Amy Schumer is co hosting the Oscars and I am so excited about that. Her Wanda and Regina hall. And she's ready to piss people off. She gave Justin all the details when he talked to her and Michael Cera about the new series life and Beth. Your hosting the Oscars, who should be afraid for their lives in that opening monologue. Well, everybody there because vaccines are.

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"michael cera" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

03:15 min | 9 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Welcome to daily pop. I know you are surprised to see me as I am surprised to see myself here. Today, Amy Schumer's dropping baby secrets. Kim's coming with a warning and the bachelor's brother is moving in on his Dara Tory. Here to break it all down, our Francesca amicus. And the legend. Tia Carrera. By the way, I have not heard this kind of applause. In unison, they're all like, yeah. She's here. That's right. Oh my goodness. In the flesh. There means I woke up this early. And looking that damn good. Thank you. I have a question for you guys. What do you do? What would you do if your friend outs your biggest secret? Well, that's exactly what Amy Schumer did. She accidentally revealed in her interview that her life and Beth costar Michael Cera had a baby. Do you think Michael Cera was pissed? You know what? Go ahead, Justin. Go ahead. No, no, go away. I think that he was annoyed. Michael Sarah, if you know anything about him, he does not share anything about his private life at all. Like nothing. Like, if I could say, what's the name of Michael Sarah's wife? What would you say? Well, nobody knows. He has a revealed the mother, right? Well, the word is, it's Nadine. But yeah, he doesn't. But he does not like putting anything out there. So when this happened, he is a comical guy. I think that it's kind of like a, he knows that it was an innocent mistake. But Amy, you just outed him and the baby. Well, look, thank God it was Amy Schumer. Yeah. And not like, hey, the lady who played a nurse in two scenes. And extra. How did your babies situation? When that happened to me in Beverly Hills, I was showing somebody a best friend. Sonogram. Thank you. Sounds like. And somebody was sitting at the communal table, and I could hear she was like, I felt like she was listening in. And next thing you know, somebody's calling my publicist going, is it true that two careers have a baby? I was like, I knew she was listening to my conversation. I can not trust anybody. That is so cool. Do you remember when Jack Black did this to Angelina Jolie? We've heard about that with the twins. They were doing Kung Fu Panda. They were doing this whole press tour. And he outed her and basically was like, oh yeah, now you're going to have X amount. It's going to be just like X amount and the reporter was like, wait, did we just get confirmation that you're having twins? Angelina Jolie was like, yeah, I guess Jack Black just confirmed it. By the way, Jack Black has never been in another movie ever since. She probably got his assassinated. In Hollywood. I mean, has anyone really seen Jack Black in person? No, that's true. Oh my God, you're right. It is wild. She's got powerful juju. And powerful agents, too. Did you guys hear the big news? See era was hosting Ellen when her husband Russell Wilson came on and he got down on one knee and popped the question. Well, it's not the question you're thinking about. Russell had something else in mind. Take a look. I have a question for you. What? Serious question. No, what's going on? Can we have more baby?.

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"michael cera" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:47 min | 10 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Something with a straight face. Because that was kind of I don't remember the exact timeline for when everything sort of came out. But Michael Cera made it in Arrested Development and then this was sort of his big break, right? Yeah. It was like this and then he had like Scott Pilgrim and then he had I don't know what else has he done. I mean, he's done a ton of stuff since then, but I think about this is the end with, I think that too. He's like a monster. Another great Jonah Hill vehicle. And I love how they play the opposite of his personality and he's just getting a blowjob in the bathroom. Doing Coke. Just to Coke fiend. So it's great. Yeah. No, is that another jet apatow? I think I know that's Seth Rogen and I think it's Evan Goldberg, Hank, is the same people. Judd Apatow involved. Because it's a lot of the same cast, a lot of the same people. But I mean, yeah, I just, this movie is so good. Yeah. And it's like, it really is like a slice in time of pre iPhone pre it was like right there on the cusp. Oh, right on the board and my wife Jo and I talked about that. When we finished it the other night, it was like, this really is kind of it's almost like the last 90s movie in a way because you don't see like Facebook or smartphones or tweets or live streaming kids walking around filming stuff. That's the thing. You look back at Seinfeld and you think Seinfeld wouldn't exist if there were smartphones. No. Like so many of the episode plots are just completely circumvented by smartphones existing. Communication. This is someone standing in line for waiting for a movie for tickets. Yeah. Like so much of this shit just wouldn't happen if there were cell phones. It's like they're waiting for it to get into a busy Chinese restaurant. It's like, now you can check beforehand. Yeah, you can just check out. Pull it up on an app and see if it's busy, you know? Like the scene where they're waiting for mclovin outside a liquor store. And mclovin is, he gets basically knocked over in a robbery and the cops come. If they had just had some sort of communication with mclovin, they could have gotten a text, you know? Could have gotten some sort of just like, hey, by the way, I'm still heading to the party with the booze. You know, blah, blah, blah. It would have completely circumvented this entire movie. And we wouldn't have this Odyssey like story of these two guys going on this long adventure that ends up with them actually rehashing the drama of why are we Friends? What is happening we're coming of age, yada yada yada. Yeah. Basically the whole thing, like you say it would have been solved with modern technology. Communication. But I do love it that it's like they're separated and they can't get ahold of each other. It's like they don't know how to get in touch. That's a very 90s thing to deal with. Yeah, it's such a 90s problem..

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"michael cera" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Cinemavino

"Think the best way to say this. I like the film. I do think the only thing I get kind of like, it's Seth Rogen. And so you know what you're getting into. You know, and I've made a joke before the podcast is like, you know, people gave you, oh, it's Michael Cera playing Michael Cera. And I was like, man, this is just Joe Rogan playing Joe Rogan. This is the same film 10,000 times. I Seth Rogen playing Seth Rogen. Yeah. Yeah, sorry. Yeah. But it was like the same. I've been there, done that. But ultimately, I like the film. It's just going to sound kind of weird, but it was like, we call this a RomCom, but was it more of a comedy that just had to involve a little bit of roaming? It had like a romantic. And that's how I felt about it. It was like, I thought it was hilarious. I really did. And I was just like, man, but is it a RomCom? It was just like, I don't know how to define a RomCom, but I was like, man, this is more just a comedy, just happens to have two people that kind of slowly kind of get it on. You feel it out. Yeah. But I had not seen it before and I can see though this I would definitely watch it again though. Yeah. And it was like, and I can see this being, you know, it's any generation moves on but like, hey, you know, I kind of used elf as an example. It's like certain generation has a Christmas story as a Christmas movie or elf is now the new Christmas movie or Christmas vacation is a Christmas movie. It's like, I could kind of see this moving on. It's like, oh, this was like, this was like my RomCom. You know, this movie could, I could see younger generation being like, yeah. Yeah, long shot. It's like, it's relatable. It's a long shot. Yeah. All right. I think I like to think about romantic comedies, kind of in the way of like bisexuality is like, you don't have to be 50% romantic 50% comedy. It's like you can be anywhere on the spectrum you can be 10% romantic 90% comedy. 90% romance, 10% comedy. I think for a large part of the 90s rom coms were 90% romance in person. It weren't funny movies. They were just romantic movies. Yeah, they had like a comedic plot..

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"michael cera" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Yay. Out today, we got world's end club for PC. Sorry, world's end reminded me, there's a movie called roll zen, right? Is that the algorithm? Yeah. At worlds and not great. Okay. Different from this is the end featuring Michael Cera, which I've heard is very good. In fact, it's one time Mike explained the plot to roger and Uber ride and then rented the movie and then watched it while explaining the plot. There is a scene in that movie where Michael Cera slaps Rihanna's S and I recently saw an interview where you were just like those are TikTok, where somebody where they're explaining how they couldn't get the shot right because in the actual scene, when they're shooting it, he wasn't actually wrapped. So it didn't look good. It didn't look right. And so Michael Cera, so in the scene, I slaps rest. And then she slaps him in the face. Michael Sarah turned to Rihanna and was like, hey, if you let me just actually do it, I'll let you just actually slap me in the face. That way we can get a good shot. And Rihanna was like, cool, let's do it. And I think that's the coolest thing. I don't know. Something about that made me go, oh hell yeah, good for both of them. Good for both of them. We also got MX GP 2021 that's out today for PS5, PS4 Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One and PC. Fight Night, but nights boat with the K not the finite. You're thinking of it. This Fight Night, but there's Fight Night. We still got Fight Night. Some form here. That seems not legal to me. I don't know. That seems like a popular thing. I'm sure EA doesn't know. And if they knew they would do something about that, that's out today for PC. Oddworld, soulstorm enhanced edition is out today for PS5 PS4 Xbox Series X Xbox One NPC. Prop night is out for PC..

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"michael cera" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"michael cera" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Would be very hard to make a movie that was more theoretically my movie than Baby Driver. And like, I don't mean this ugly, but I do think I don't know if Ansel Elgort am I saying that correctly is the most compelling performer. I've ever dealt with. I was thinking about him and Michael Cera, right? An interesting thing about Scott Pilgrim to me the way it's aged like I loved it at first and I want everybody to know that. I was the first you and me. I believe you, brother. Okay, thank you. I did we discuss it where we were each other at the time. We were. I was in the twilight of my New York years, but it had to have come up at some cheesy dinner party somewhere between all the rap music talk. Of course. Scott Pilgrim is one of these movies for me that it's sort of like Ferris Bueller where the farther you get away from it, the less you think of the main character. You know, like the way people on Twitter love to talk about how Ferris Bueller is problematic. There's a person. And Scott Pilgrim is sort of gross. He's a show. He's a shithead, he's dating, you know, a high schooler. The movie isn't trying to hide that, but the farther I get away from that movie, the more I realize that it's the ensemble that really got me through that movie that made me love that movie. I did not expect to watch the entire script read that they did last year. I think it was an Entertainment Weekly thing and it was back when everyone wanted to consume zoom type content, but they got like pretty much every major person to read that script. And I just turned it on just to see what it was like. And then I watched the entire thing. I watched it. And I loved it. And then I had a thing for like a month. Where every day I watched the blooper reel, the Scott Pilgrim. I watched it every day. I'm a blooper real guy. This probably isn't a shock to you, but I just I enjoy blooper reels. And Jason Schwartzman splits his pants, et cetera, but I realized one of the things I loved about it is how often you can hear Edgar Wright laughing. Like how many botched takes and with him laughing, like the vegan please show up to arrest the vegan bassist and one of the vegan policemen can't get his sunglasses on, like he posts himself in the face and Edgar just busts out laughing. And I was thinking like, I don't know if there are any other directors where I know they're laugh. I know exactly how Edgar Wright laughs. And that really sort of that that's how I knew that I was really into this guy. And so Ansel Elgort for me and Baby Driver is a little bit of a vacuum to me. There's just so much style around that movie. And I love both Jamie Foxx and Jon Hamm, but they're all the dialog is so stylized and over hard boiled and like the movie is way too into the fact that he's named baby. You know, and it's like, it's time to face the music. Like, et cetera, et cetera, it's like Kevin Spacey talking about the post office. It's like, I really have to filter out a lot of that movie and just focus on the John Spencer blues explosion. But at its center, is like another man child, you know? And like a man child with a traumatic past who has, you know, I manic pixie dream girl like waitress girlfriend who doesn't really get to do anything else, but say I'm here for you whenever you want me. It's one of these weird things where it has all the style that I love about Edgar Wright and that should be enough for me. And I guess it is enough for me, but there isn't there wasn't the substance there wasn't like the kick at the end. Like there was with the world's end are Scott Pilgrim over the long term where I sort of rethink aspects of it. And there's a deepening of it for me. That's not happening with me in Baby Driver. Yeah, but as you say it takes years. It's true. I wonder if we'll come around more towards it. I like to quite a bit, but it felt like the first time he made a movie without a wink. And I think sometimes a movie without a wink is should be a good thing, playing it straight, but in Edgar's case and that laugh that you're citing, you know, his sense of humor is such a powerful tool. It's interesting to watch him kind of transition away from some of those winks, maybe towards efforting towards a kind of maturity, but I hope he doesn't totally abandon those things. I'm with you on the install elgort thing. I just never really got it. He's about to be the star of west side story, which is just wild. He's not good news. It's pretty crazy. Nevertheless, we participated in the Scott Pilgrim nostalgia economy last year too. We did a whole episode, me and Jason and September. And I listened. We could have had probably 14 to 18 more ringer staffers on. It's a offended that you didn't invite me. Well, you're now rob. That's true now. What else do you want to say about Edgar? I'm going to force you to rank your Edgar right movies. But before we do that, are there any other deep feelings you have about his films? You know, something I did yesterday and I'm still grappling with it. So ant man, right? I went to see ant man, and I remember sitting in theater like doing the thing where you try and see, like, where is the Edgar right in this? Like how much of it is still his. In my favorite scene in ant man, by far, I would have sworn to you with straight Edgar Wright. And it's when they're shrunk down and they're in this suitcase. They're fighting in this suitcase and somebody says, I'm gonna disintegrate you in the iPod says, okay and starts playing the cures disintegration. Starts playing plain song by the cure and incredible volume. And this is another thing that's just my head transferred on screen. And I loved it. I like when you and I talked about needle drops. I don't think that came up and I'm still mad at myself for forgetting it, but I would have sworn up and down that was Edgar Wright. That's such a pure Edgar right thing. But apparently it's not. I like Peyton Reed who actually who came in to finish it. I saw an interview like he loves the cure, you know? And they went through all kinds of things that the phone could do, give directions. Like, I can't believe that's not Edgar right. And I'm trying to decide if that makes me sad or if that means that his larger sensibility still informed the movie and was just filtered through other people that I can still watch ant man, primarily as an Edgar Wright film that's obviously not his, it's obviously a huge source of heartbreak in some kind of failure for him, but it still feels to me like him. And I don't know if that's sad that he lost control of it, or it's a good thing that he still has for me anyway, some control over it, even though he wasn't controlling it. You know, I'm glad you brought that up. It's a really interesting turning point in his career. I had a similar experience, I think when I first watched the film, I was like, oh, this is very edgy. And then now having seen the second one and realizing, you know, Adam McKay and Paul Rudd came in to kind of rewrite that movie and there was a lot of Adam McKay in that script as well. And also, one, I've talked to Peyton Reed a couple times on this show. He's also brilliant in his own right. It has a great visual sense. Great storyteller botched the most recent season in The Mandalorian. He's responsible for some of the best episodes of that show. But it feels like, you know, Edgar famously said, I really wanted to make a marvel movie, but I don't think marvel wanted to make an egg right. And you can feel him in the aftermath of that purposefully pivoting and clinging very tightly to the concept of original storytelling in movies. He's talking about eloquently in the past. Yes, exactly. He's protecting something now, not just the sort of future of movies, but something that is very personal to him, which I really admire. You know, I don't know if it's a fool's errand or not, he proved everybody wrong with Baby Driver. I mean, that was basically like an independently finance movie that was distributed by a studio that made over a $100 million that stars Ansel Elgort who isn't that great. So pretty impressive stuff from him. Last Night in Soho is even bigger gamble, I would say, because while Anya Taylor-Joy is one of the stars of it and she is extremely well known now, thanks to The Queen's Gambit, you know, it's a period piece in a lot of ways. It's psychological horror movie. You know, you wanted to ask me if this movie is scary. You want to know exactly what I want to know. Is it scary, Sean? I have all this movie, Sean. Oh shit. Well, it's scary, isn't it? The first hour you'll be fine..

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"michael cera" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"As dr robotic slash egg man is an inspired choice and he really nailed it and when you get to the end of that movie there in mushroom hill zone like we're seeing real. Sonic stuff at the beginning of the movie. We get greenhills out. So it's like there are elements. there. I think that the teas of tales is showing them go a little more that direction now. That knuckles is officially in. This movie is well. Like i can see them going a little bit more fantastical and i would appreciate that because i think that we kind of already did the whole san francisco thing and i don't wanna see san francisco in a sonic movie again unless there's nobody down the streets with escape from the city playing in the background but yeah pretty unexciting and i do think they're gonna lean into it. I feel like them when they put the teaser out for the logo. Reveal even like when we had the to having the details like the game. I was like okay. Somebody there cares. They had the emerald hills zone music playing behind. Yeah well you know what. There's a lot there are. There are there are many dozens of dozens of us. Okay but but blessed. What i'm excited about is chemical plant zone yes I just want to hear them. Hear the music. And i just wanna see see the purple water. You know what i mean. I can do without the drowning music. Is that should still haunts my dreams. But i'm gonna pop out anyway. Just wanted to show up society. Ads are mad much than a pillar in the community for a better worse also before we move on to the rest of our stories. I want to ask question time. But sonic the hedgehog of first movie better than detective. Pichu question mark no. It's not space jam better than space. Jam oh no you. I lost space. Jam is one of the original space jam. One of my favorite movies in space jam to you is basically movie taylor. This does bring in another question there. Like how much do. I trust your taste in movies. Like i know you're tasting games moving. It's the wild west out. Here's my maybe you're not a good source. I don't know. I will go ahead and say that i'm not a good source. Do not consol the bill. The self-awareness makes me want to buy in more that now. He's a bad source. Stay but kevin is wrong. Michael cera michael. Sierra is an excellent actor who i wanted to arguments make themselves. You know what i mean. Arguments make themselves. I will say that. I understand what these movies are like. I i say that. I like space jam and detective pitchy more than song. The hedgehog movie. I say that knowing that these are all eights like these are all seven and a half like these art films right like these are schroeck family movies and i'm watching the half fun and have a good time and i'm watching these movies because i liked the subject matter. I love space jam. I love poke him on. I love sonic. These are all movies tailored for me and so you know go go into these movies understanding that. Go into sanga hedgehog understanding that and again is going to be a good time. Jim carey as dr robot. Nick i think is a good time kevin. What's the main actor in. Sonic the hedgehog. Sonic the dude that he's dealing with the whole time going through narrow promise face right yes stupid face. Yeah the stupid face. I think is a good time on sunday night marson. Yeah that's that's but yeah like. I think you will enjoy the movie if you go if you go and watch it. I'll just like james morris didn't just variant spellings we. I think i'll check it out now. Because i'm sure it's somewhere because i'm interested now i feel like i'm invested in. What could be new. And then it's crazy to think of. How many sonic games there like. What is that happens. But like there's there's so much content. It's it's it's too much to keep up with honestly but let's more content that would probably be able to keep up with which is indie games. I did xbox was yesterday. It was a two hour showcase showing off games and trailers and interviews and things between. I'm going to go to the roundup that iran condit fan by which i do want to shop these out because in my personal opinion imran's round ups are my favorites on the internet. A lot of outlets do roundups. But i love how. It's just it's very succinct. It's very often chronological. I think in this case. I don't know if medical or not but i'm going to read through the things that were yeah alphabetical. And then he also mentions with. What's on game pass. I'll be shutting out as well. We got an might miss pronounces. I won an dr yang drive. I think it was a four two on pc right now. But you know you're wrong if you're wrong and ville origami to on game pass button city evil genius to which is going to be on game pass inc in cool nodding in cooler naughty. Thank you labra. Library arena game. Pass light year frontier river match streets ali ali world pathfinder wrath of the righteous planet of lana project wingman paparazzi rpg. Time sable also game pass sable. Sam and max save the world remastered. She'd dreams elsewhere solid state soup pot..

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"michael cera" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"michael cera" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"The fuck with me with your car. I want to be totally honest with you. I've worn out for totally non violent crime. Okay there mercy street guys the koci who starts crying when michael cera singing pat kevin p plays patrick kevin bresnahan. He's just a guy he is. He's probably gonna win this. It's between him and joe nunez. I looked up joe's imdb and this was this was pretty much the peak. He's vet bent ben and a bunch of stuff. But if i see that guy in anything. I'm like oh fuck my life. Eric phillips the liquor store clerk and she's she's take the veterinarian exam. she's in four two. Yeah oh yeah. I really like The two guys on the couch who are Jody hill ben. Best guys who eastbound created eastbound endow Also in that universe of dudes you know. Ben best when he notices jones pants. That whole sequence is so great all right so we'll give it to. We'll give a tie between joe nunez and kevin bresnahan visit handed. Give me all you gotta work for. Overacting joe two dials. It up a little bit. But i feel like it's the character as always. If carla gallo shows up in a movie. she's going to go for it. I i just don't get it. It's so wild. Like what else does carla gallo have like a normal career. Outside of the people. She plays an appetite. Movies had her for another word coming up but we could give her for this to judd nelson word for person. Who seems like they're in a different movie. I don't feel like everybody feels like they're pretty much all get it. Like corden is legitimately scared. I was gonna say like corrigan is like i would love to have like a movie about him and his brazil football shirt. But like yeah. He's good dion. Waiters word Carla gal as period girl. Joe that trujillo kevin corrigan and then Mclovin girl at the end. I would say. Probably the four finalists cola. Yeah yeah it's coming down at kevin. Corrigan carla gallo. I feel no low. For dave franco. Here it's just one that one moment. Yeah yeah it's like ten. Ten seconds was like eight years ago..

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"michael cera" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"michael cera" Discussed on Still Buffering

"Wow and anna kendrick in another movie. She forgot she was in. She forget she was in this movie to in her list of tweets about like how she only remembers like the past five years or that. Maybe maybe i'm just thinking of twilight but i forgot. She was in it to be fair. So i had i had forgotten. She was in it too Aubrey clauses in there. Yeah yeah oppy is a great cast your very enjoyable. Jason schwartzman Shrink yeah that's that's the only I guess we're going to spoil this movie. We're going to talk to you. It's been out eleven years. It's hard for me personally. Like if it's michael sarah jason schwartzman choice. That's a real real choice there. Well what i'm saying is. I don't know how we're supposed to buy that. Ramona chooses. michael sarah's all say love. Jim gideon is very evil. He microchip his girlfriend in order to mind control. So that's well not to me. Obviously yes. I'm joking and i like michael sarah greyfield. He's very he's very funny. Very talented. i will say though about michael sarah. I feel like every movie. I've seen michael sarah in. He is michael. Sarah like watching juno and watching scott pilgrim. The character is very much like almost exactly the same person and like i don't mind it. He has a thing and he does it well and you. You know what you're getting into with michael cera in every movie you see him in But he is like it is just yeah him and to be fair like obviously you're right getting as bad guy. He's a bad guy and then he like they. They highlight that when he actually like although everyone's punching each other and kicking each other all the time because we video games so like when someone violence against a woman. I guess it's supposed to land differently in this movie because they're all late right like they're all constantly fighting each other but then it's like they put bad when he liked punches. Ramona's bad this is like we're highlights. Is that this is bad. This is different than all the punching the tappan so far. This is bad 'cause knives gets punched by her third evil ex and i found that scene very. I don't know. Yeah oh my gosh hold on. Whoa max the blue right out of her hair uh-huh but obviously getting clearly a very bad guy. Scott pilgrim has a lot of growth that he needs to to do honestly in the film to..

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