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"michael morris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"michael morris" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Coming back on the weekend yeah doing so no matter what you call all right all right this giant slugger was hurt early in the twenty fourteen post season but he came back and he says he's he was prepared for this month I went to so much and I just told myself just to be ready because you know it it might come down to you and I just kept thinking that and I told myself that just to be ready we ready when I get back to be able to contribute to the team and I thought he did a good job her early in the post season I think is the color that I needed yeah because not only did he I believe of god a ride up the game winning hit in the World Series and he also had a massive all run in the final game at all see as may be able to go with more speed with you Michael Morris yeah yeah right all right yes for for for but I'll guarantee you will not get this mark are you aware maybe well but you'll see you'll see once we get in get contests sure you got super obscure object working all of those teams so there was this giant self either talks about his clutch throw late in game seven to keep Alice Gordon on third base normally I'm behind them the whole time and at that time what we want can a bad diet I know exactly what that is that is one all that is why on there as well yeah it was out.

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"But I left all the way through. So I'd like has T Miller who's not the best. But also Jason Bateman who I like a lot in the Libyan Mon Mon who I like a lot and Jillian bound who I really liked. So it's a fun movie. Did anybody gonna stapler is a gift? That's all he space. Did anybody sit on a copier? Yes. It is called me in business party. Party. I'm not saying Mr. original movie, but it has performances sandwiches from the the chargers in it. Oh, and I can you can't I can't imagine a movie. That's how ninety minutes of an office party. I can't even imagine being head an office Christmas party for ninety minutes in real life. So right. It's just a real time party. Here comes the popcorn. Here's this fucking idiot drunk now. Gosh, I don't I liked office Christmas. I'll watch this one. I'm because I know it's on HBO right now. I think right. I saw it on Showtime Showtime. So great I watch for it. That sounds great. I'll recommend man. I haven't been really in anything lately, I will recommend shits creek Christmas special. I'll let just saw it's it's nice. It's like. Kind of a throwback type actual christmassy feeling. Christmas episode. But you know, Eugene Levy son is like the best love every react. He has. Yeah. So and it's just Greek. I it's that old school kind of funny like almost like Albert Brooks Tyke type humor where it's not like super goofy or super meta or anything. It's just. Just. Yeah. It's classic ridiculous. Exactly. It's great. That's show started out. Good. And it's just gotten better. Yeah. I agree. That's good. I watched the first season. I did keep up back to. I really did like the first season two. Yeah. Yeah. Check it out, and you can watch all their stuff for free. They have like just on online pop. You can one all the shits creek. So I mean, it's also a Netflix. Anyway. All right. That'll do it. We'll thanks Michael for coming on. Yeah. Thanks again ways merry Christmas listeners or what you know kwanza well hannukah's over so young. Sorry. You're fucked on that cow. I'm sure this will be sitting under their Christmas. Trees listening to this episode tonight. Their hair catching fire. Out drunk. What kind of Christmas tree? Do you have your kitchen? Scrooges time if the candles. Victorian christmas. Black crisis time. All right pants all times. Two year up culture team which Email that come. If you have any comments questions or complaints rate is highly on I tunes and Lucas Facebook. But most importantly, tell your friends to listen to a lick us on Facebook. Is that thing like, yeah, you can poke people you can lick them. Now. Yeah. I was thinking flush book was something. Somebody said. In the movie that Christmas the guy said he was going to lick lick it. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Those charming. All right until next time. What we don't even have any idea. We're going to do price some best of something. Good. Bye everybody. Bye. Bye.

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"We never used it like when we didn't either. But I just like when I was a kid there'd be still some like things written out with the letters were for different sections in the city to represent what the exchanges from. And I thought it was neat. That's so yeah. I'd always took me a while to figure out what they were talking about movies when they're like kale five. Right, right. And it's it seems like seventy four is kind of late late in the day for that. Yeah. But I just thought like the fact that grown man doesn't know the word Felicia was ridiculous. I literally knew that word at age eight from the to look it up, the musical hair, honest, and he's a cop, you know. Like, zinc cop has probably heard that word in some to write it down at some point. Right. Yeah. I don't know. What did you guys? What's your overall impression of this? It's confusing. I was confused by it. It is using. I was surprisingly I didn't. I I usually hate these kind of movies. I was surprised. I I didn't especially like it. But I didn't hate it. Yeah. Didn't hate it. Either. I kind of feel like it left me with that. Creepy feeling to be talking about hereditary last time. I've on the yourself. There's there's this creepy feeling you get after you watch the movie hereditary. That's like oh God. Like like when you're alone and the TV's off, and it's dark, and you're like, oh God like that got into my head. I can kind of see health, Mike. I just watched this today, but I can already kind of imagine how like that last scene with the guy laughing in the attic, and realizing that she's alone in the house with that guy. It's gonna creep into my dreams tonight or something which I appreciate. Yeah. Okay. Props for that beeping Crosby. Down shooting. Instead you I'm fifty. Look at my boxers. My bloomers column. Come and get it. Ladies. Just kids. Yeah. With the frying pan. What's the story? His of the pale. I'm just assuming. Let's just look like I read that he was just notoriously cheap. I think chief as well. Yeah. I thought he'd beat his kids. He did beat his kids. He did. He was reported to have abused his kids. And I don't know the details, but I think it was definitely cheap. You're saying he was it wasn't the kids. He was too cheap to to feed them or something. Oh, no. It was like they had to like they didn't get any of the benefits of being like the children of rich. I don't think granddaughter got to be touched for your. You can't beat that. Just one of the most important characters on television. Yep. Lasted a full season. I believe. Yeah. Yeah. No. He was apparently not cheap with the golfing. But maybe that's what he spent all his money on. All right. So I don't know to thumbs sideways. Three thumbs sideways for this one. Yeah. I think that if you want this in combination with a the other great movie we discussed pockets season. Yeah. Which was you know, black Scrooge. I think that you would say this was better than black. Scrooge. I love that. We're we're referencing an off air in inside joke. By listeners. View. One of them is actually on the show. Actually, none of them on the show. Oh, just kidding. Yeah. Fuck this shit. Let's move onto recommendations, Asians, Michael. You are the guest. Well, I would recommend the book that I read that. It was talking about earlier it's called have yourself a movie little Christmas. And it is a great like very funny and smart breakdown of what is worth watching at Christmas. And what's like all the little trivia? And it helps you it helps you look at like the four hundred versions of Christmas, Carol, for example. And no which one is worth watching which when you can skip of those. I would say don't miss the Vanessa Vanessa Williams version, which is called a Christmas, Carol. It's actually pretty good considering how bad they all are. And that's my recommendation have yourself a movie little Christmas. I don't think you actually mentioned that earlier. So maybe it didn't. But. But he. Listening also soliciting earlier, Pat. I'm going to recommend the movie I've randomly watched last night called office Christmas party, which was funnier than have any right to be put on expected to turn it off..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Well, that's the least party is problems. Mario kids fitting kid wine. That's true for you. Right down the throat Margot Kidder fucking mass in this movie. I mean, I guess it was foreshadowing, but yeah, she's a great mess. That's for sure I loved her. She wasn't acting. What did then line mean her famous mean line? I don't even get that one. She said, you can't rape townie. Oh, yes. That mean because they're all those. Oh, yeah. All trash is basically what it is. And what does it townie? It's a college town of people who live in town, and they don't get a school. They're sitting what what's ten. What is she? She's not a town. She's he's a student at the. Okay. Gotcha high class because she's yeah. I mean that was real progressive. She was yeah. She had quite the mouth on her which I appreciate it. But at first I was like why is this fucking? Why are they hanging out with this old middle aged alcoholic lady? Like you said, and it was eventually said outright. She is the house mother. But I was like that's a thing. That was still a thing. Swertz them house mothers. I don't even understand that haven't you seen that movie with no, Anna Farris. I think it still happens the house money, I have not seen it. I know. The house bunny is a great movie, and you should see mmediately. Are you serious or you can really funny? Is it about rabbits? No, it's about a house mother who used to be a playboy playmate. Play playboy playmate. Right up. Michael's alley. Yeah. Can't wait. I love it. We should watch plex. Scrooge. That seventies exploitation moving. Richard Roundtree play. Scrooge. Finally, why is this musical and black Christmas? I guess it's black because I mean, there's there's definitely nobody of color in the movie, but it's just black because of all the murder on guessing. And it happens around Christmas. Why God of black? A it was a different time, man. They're probably trying to appeal to a new audience by naming and black Christmas. One of the titles before it was called black Christmas was stopped me, which is very good and one of the titles after it was black Christmas by Christmas was silent night evil Knight. Yeah, Christmas, it was a it was originally released a silent night evil night in the states because it was releasing Canada. I. Which is interesting when you consider that like if I read this write the two thousand six remake is called black Xmas because they didn't want to offend, you know, someone who was created when Christ title, I suppose and didn't we see a movie called silently daily night? Yes, we yes. So somebody used it. This is evil night. Deadly night is a little bit different right there. That's. Original. Yeah. Right. Right. I didn't. I don't think I think it's it's black Christmas with the with the remake. I might be wrong. But I you could be very rate when I looked it up. It was ex-miss. And it was like why is that when next maybe it was just some dumb millennials in. I should've looked before I spoke. So who's the killer? I don't know this. This is. Because we know it's some weirdo. When he first when he's talking he's saying, it's I'm Billy or he references himself as Billy Wright, which was nobody we've ever met. But I thought it was just what we thought it was the the British woman's boyfriend because he did early on go psycho on a piano. Yeah. All out of proportion to write anything, which is why I don't feel bad about him being killed up Hannah needed revenge..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"What's goes against it losing a million dollars in that that awful piece of trivia? And I love the part where he pocketed off fifty nine million illegal multi-billionaire based on that fifty nine million aren't accountants involved in that kind of thing or anything. So. Said never never trust. I am DV trivia. But then anyone has such a big career. So he must have you know, he must have done. Well. Fifty million. This is after his career is over. It was in the two thousands. I think this is not trivia, I think it's an actual fact, but I think he remade black Christmas in two thousand six. I think he produced. Okay. He just yeah. Which is seems pointless, and I never even heard of the remake until I was reading about this movie. But I don't know synopsis. I don't understand this movie at all. I know what happened at the end on a sinus so many. Purpose say that they love this movie and that it's like their favorite Christmas movie. Like, I think John waters even loves this movie. And like that I guess I can see. But I also I don't understand what happened in the movie. I don't really either. So what's not understand it? It. It's. Part of what it suffers from for me is like how in the world of being nerd about it and the world of comet X or scifi movies or whatever like before watchmen was was released like it. There was it was all crap and then watchmen comes along. And then everything that comes after watchmen is so much like watchmen or so inspired by watchmen. Well, you you don't necessarily get why watchmen was important or the diet turns. I see Star Wars into you really take a look at what it was like before Star Wars. You may not get why Star Wars is important because everything that came after that is ripping off or. Yeah. That's the case black Christmas. I think that it was so different. But we don't see it now. Because we didn't know what it was like in context. Right. There's a mean for that. It's called the Seinfeld. Isn't funny me where I mean. It's basically the same thing. People who grew up watching everything that came after are like what's the big deal about that? I've seen it all before. Right. Yeah. I did. I did. I mean, I don't usually like these kind of movies, but I liked that this movie held together better than most of these kind of movies like the plot worked better and the acting was better. The acting was good. I will say, well, I agree. You got Andrea Martin. You got Margot Kidder. Let's do a brief synopsis, and he got John Saxon. Who's another character? I always like to say, I don't know what else he's been in. But I always recognize them believe he was the father in nightmare on elm street. Really? And they're seeing that he wasn't enter the dragon. I guess that's why I don't from. Wants to do an ops. Got me. He wasn't team fifty stars born. Oh, I love that movie. I've never seen it Trudy garland. I've never seen any of the stars, including the garland one Michael forgets. We're straight. So. I is that the first one or is that the the second one. I think the Judy Garland is the first and then there was Barbara Streisand. And then there was lady Gaga have there been any others. Do you both identify straight? Like, if somebody said are you two straight guys? Would you say, yes, I yeah. I would I mean, I've always gotten along better with women and gay dudes than other guys for the most part. It's just a whole second. Cock thing. I can't really. Yeah. Pat, say straight. Oh. Oh. That's a surprise. Kidding? I have to bring that up. Like once every episode that I'm on. Because of the date from along to anyway. Synopsis. The Judy Garland is amazing number one. And that movie is way better than the lady Gaga one. And I haven't seen it. So that's how I know the movie black Christmas is about Margot Kidder, and she's having to it's a bunch of sororities sisters, and they're just having a party. I guess and somebody starts calling leaving creepy messages and somebody disappears because they are killed by pl- dry-cleaning bag. Yeah. And then the next day..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Right. We're black or black. Lack with back Christmas. Black with back. Chris. Black Christmas not a reference to race. It's a nineteen seventy four slasher proto slash rat. Interestingly this this movie and Texas chainsaw massacre came out the same year seventy four which I mean, I think they kind of set the template for the all the terrible slasher movies to come. I've never I've I've I've thought this was after all that. I'm not before seeing it. But then like you say came I this is the template. I mean, the carpenter love this movie based basically wanted to make a sequel to this when he did Halloween, but instead he did his own thing, which Halloween is also good. But then after that you get into the. Yeah, it starts getting really bad. Directed by Bob Clark, which shocks me more famous for Christmas story now and porky's, Dan. Yeah. I mean, he did Christmas story. But as you said also Porky, so it's kind of I don't know he's he seems more like a one of those directors for higher types. Like all he he wrote Porky like porkies was based on his life. And he. Yeah. I never saw. Title now and he cove road Christmas, which means separate. So I don't think of as much as a director for hire is. Guy who might makes things that are slightly exploit of. Yeah. Well, I mean at Christmas story is one that kind of stands out because although it was a low budget movie. Like, I saw in the theater it wasn't a big deal at the time. I I'm surprised you saw theater. I mean there was into theater. Oh, yeah. We we used to quote it. So I was like fourteen when that came at Lisa quoted all the time not finger. We you know, how kids are they're stupid and always thing which movie a Christmas story. Where's what's not a finger in that? I don't remember that like the the dad when I think the furnace is going crazy, and he'd just can't think to to speak articulately, and he just blurts out not a finger with that was one of the funniest things ever. Also saw porkies theater. This is bizarre. Because I was eleven years old, my mom, drove me and some friends to go see porkies at the movie theater when I was eleven so that was the eighties. Everybody. God. Yeah. It's still think about porkies now. And you think about like that that poster with the, you know, the the, yeah. Glory hole. I feel like that. Would mean something totally different. You know, like you'd never just think. Oh, here's a whole. I'm just gonna look through it. It was more innocent time. Wasn't there seeing this movie? There was a guy an eyeball looking through a whole. Yeah. I think so he loved it. Yeah. Yeah. Christmas. Yeah. Yes. Yes. Black Christmas before we get into the plaque. And I read a piece of trivia, there's almost certainly not true on the favorite. Yes. At the San Francisco slasher kind of thousand fine. She doesn't five known by diehard fans of the mystery of slash five director. Bob Clark stated it was a brave and revolutionary moved leave the killers ambiguously and big with big unity ambiguous all my idea to it force audience. I think deeply and questioned the rules of the film that were still in place in nineteen seventy four. We were the first ones to challenge them. That's why black Crispus popular fan. Nickname lost over one million at the box office Americans are stupid and don't know what's good for them. The statement sends shockwaves to industry and will result in in touch black Christmas into the Smithsonian. Preservation of all for starkly important film, the resulting resurgence in sales made over fifty million fifty nine million dollars of which was pocketed illegally by Clark. He died in two thousand sixteen multi-billionaire. He died in two thousand seven I don't think he's a multi billionaire. I don't think anyone causes movie black crip crip Crispus. No. And and I'm not even sure about the Smithsonian preservation wall. But I really liked. This piece of trivia, g treat have been reading this book about this book. I read about Christmas movies every year. And it does say that. This was the second grossest highest grossing movie to be produced in Canada. Surprising. I..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"She's like all Broadway over eight Reverend. Although she's she's remained a cultural touch point of incredible importance to person like me, she's been in billon grace. She was on. Did you ever watch that show with those those monster people she was in that she was? Thirty-something? No, it was on Showtime. It was it was like league of extraordinary, gentlemen. But it was something else. Scott what the fuck was that company dreadful? Oh, yeah. I heard that was good. I think she muses recommendation. She's good on that. Another piece of trivia from this this movie, I thought was interesting regarding VERA, Ellen is that originally well originally is going to be Fred Astaire when Fred Astaire retired from acting or whatever the Donald or Daniela Connor what's his the dining center. No. Being he's another actor from the time. And he had he had worked with your Ellen before. And he was supposed to be in The Danny Kaye rural? And they had a lot of the dance performances. They had written specifically for O'Connor and VERA Ellen because they'd been in something together before they are dance partners in previous movie Trump with that neck had to out for whatever reason. And there wasn't enough time for data K to learn the dance moves, so that's why you're Allen's in like three or four dance like things with another another person who's not really mentioned in the movie at all. Oh interesting because I thought Danny Kaye did find when in the dancing that he did do right? But he wasn't in the more intricate ones and the guy who danced with her ended up being in west side story. I think like he was west side story. Oh, Natalie wood. Yes. John Brescia was her or I'm sorry. His his his transition name. Got it. What? Yeah. What else? I I don't. Well, this movie was kind of long to it was very long. So as a musical I thought it'd be like like ninety minutes an hour or two hours long. It's so long, and it's it's one of those movies where like when I think of I think of that first scene because it's the first movie filmed in technicolor, I think it was a fist of his. Yeah. The rid is like it burns your eyes. It's so bright, and so rich and the the red at the end when they're wearing red Santa suits. And they have like a blue backdrop like that. So I contacted like there's there's some amazing moments in this visual moments in this movie that they.

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Mrs claus. I don't need to go. Buy miss leg. You don't need to take his first name to you. That's a little Red's really patriarch goal. Maybe maybe he took mine. Oh, that's true. Your name could be your first name could be the Spanish for Saint. And this week we're doing, Pat. Wait Christmas versus black Christmas. Yeah. This was pats idea of theme. The Matic episode racism. And they do have a lot in common. Yeah. Have nothing to do with Crispus somehow. Yeah. Exactly. And they both kind of have some racism. Well, yeah, we'll talk about. I have to applaud way Crispus for not being as racist as it could be. Yeah, they did do amazement show not in black face. So. It's not just a minstrel show. But a song about how they wish they were back in minstrel times on black face. So he's taking place in the fifties. Like, how far back did you live that you remember minstrel shows, you know? Well, I I mean, I think minstrel shows going into the twentieth century, right? Like early twentieth. Yeah. I don't know. I haven't seen that movie that's bike lead dead. So not to jump ahead into minstrel show. I'm sure it's subtle. But. But. Seen it either. So I I have never did have you guys seen white Christmas before Michael has I have not I've seen I've seen the movie many many times, although I didn't start until about I don't know six or seven years ago because I thought it was a war movie. And you know, how the beginning starts in the war. And unlike I'm not into this. I'm not going to watch it. And then I saw this and the Broadway musical version, which is like infinitely superior, but I've I've come to enjoy both of them for different reasons. But the the Broadway version is corny, but the music is great. And this version, it's got Rosemary Clooney. It does have Rosemary Clooney, but I will say for a musical film with this many songs aside from white Christmas. These are not good song like they're not memorable signs. I thought this movie was like I thought it was set the cabinet while I guess it is a cabinet a huge cabbage. I thought setting like a lot. Like a cabin. But it was setting a lodge. But it was like I thought it was sitting the cabin in the woods with lots of snow where they just send Christmas. It was just an excuse for people to sing Christmas is the whole plan. So I was very disappointed to find out. It was almost a war movie. Okay. So that part I liked it. But I just wanted to hear what you Christmas music C. I Danny Kaye is he's not as bad as Robert Goulet to me. But he is another one that kinda freaks me out a little because he's so show busy like that. Doesn't seem like there's any real person there. Everything was like that weird show biz smile, and he doesn't want a real person. Really? You know what? I mean. I think he's funny has like years. Good pratfalls. He's he's much has much better personality than me Crosby. That's for sure what's from an era where men didn't have to have personalities as much as personas. The women have to try a little bit harder. But the the women were totally fine in this. I thought it was the the men were you know, whatever. Well, Bing Crosby millennials. Danny Kaye was some I don't know if he came out of vaudeville, it seems like he did. But he seemed a little too young for that. All I know him from with some like Hans Christian Andersen movie. He did that they used to show on TV. What else what else is? He known for Is is. he's He's. of Walter Mitty was his big movie. I thought oh what else like variety show back in the fifties? Or something to they all did. I guess we're a sitcom. I. The Danny Kaye show him mixed up with somebody else. All the time. Who there was another late any somebody, Danny Thomas? Yeah. David show data. This was also the producer of a bunch of sitcoms like Dick Van Dyke show, and he birth Marlo Thomas. Yes. That's I was get them mixed up. He was the first male birth. And he should be known for that. It's easier to remember. Nobody cares about that..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"He's clearly like a guy who works out, and they make sure that he's has shirts are always unbuttoned or he's like awkwardly wearing pajamas with collar up and everybody unbuttoned except the bottom one. And they're trying to clearly make him sexy. Because the mom is the holiest woman. I've ever seen a movie every line. She delivers she opens her is. Why does she can I? And even if she's saying like, you better, eat your dinner. She's doing it with her is is why does they can open. And then when things get scary. She somehow manages to open them you. I I thought was like trying to read it as a psychopath that was my take on character could not get anything else out. I mean, you don't get much cheaper than Joshua sing that song. I love and what it was rotor. That's on you love. Yeah. Joshua the poor kid just every every expression on his face is always like, oh my God. Triton this movie angry at every line. He says and this. Excited to be in the movie, though, he thought this was going to be as big as big break. I'm sure, but oh, I forgot the in the very beginning. When they're telling the story of this man who needs the most beautiful woman in the forest, and you know, she they, you know, they get eaten by goblins if she's a goblin Princess, I can't remember, but she's got freckles and the freckles are so clearly put on with makeup. Stat. It's like it's like from. He'll like that's how ridiculous this this makeup in his movie as anyway. Anyway, we I I lost the train of the story. Go to kneel bog which is a town full of goblins full of goblins and people who look like humans, but are actually goblins you what we learned in the story that dead. Grandfather tells the sun at the beginning that they can take human form. Which is held a goblin Princess seduces the guy in the story. And for some reason goblins only their vegetarian, so they turned their victims into plants and then eat them. I never read anything about this in folklore. But why wouldn't you just eat plants? Thank you. That was my next question. Why eat humans turned into plants when it just eat the plants themselves. It's so stupid. Yeah. Way overly complicated by air. Planted everywhere where they are. And the goblins they turn you into plants that they can eat by feeding you. This substance that they call new bog milk, which in some scenes is chunky white milk. And in other scenes is like the greenest fakest looking pudding you've ever seen. And it's in everything. So like, the family gets free the only food in the house when the family gets to new Bach, and there's a feast setup practically and it's all like hamburger buns with green putting on. Like everything. And there's corn. The sister picks up an ear of corn inches like oh corn. And there's like a str- like a stream of green butter on it. And it's like nobody would like effort not see that or think that looks. I have to since you mentioned corn Goto a little side thing that. It has nothing to do with anything. Really? It involves one of the daughters, boyfriends, friends and the government which we haven't even fucking mentioned yet. Which was the was the least interesting thing about this whole movie because she was like wildly overacting as opposed to everybody else's not being able to act right? Right. Thinking about now. Maybe I'm saying that because he was the only major part of this movie was a documentary at all. And that was not explained to me. And I demand he wasn't in it. Isn't. She hasn't fraternised with us mere mortals goblins to take care of. Anyway, she goes and tries to seduce this kid. I don't know why she needs to seducing. She just turned his friend do at tree without seducing. But in in this trailer scene is this the popcorn. And there's heat like start. She gives him a piece of corn. And he says I like popcorn and they both start like nine on the same Kabul. Born and then popcorn. Just pops up all around like I mean well. Yeah. Yeah. I think we can all agree. That's the one in the movie that you can masturbate to. I did..

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Pop Culture Continuum

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Who? Then what Michael doing over his place? We are back with troll to a movie, Michael heartily, recommended and had his Matz. Let's nakedness. But the irony is that troll to like, according to the internet is has been considered like the worst movie ever for the longest time. And it was way better than nude for Satan. Oh. I mean, it's bad. It's really really bad. But it still where way better. But I think the thing is that troll also movie. Yeah. Was released by a major American studio, though, which shock the hell outta me. Yes. Yeah. Right. You didn't notice at the beginning when they had the let me see who put it out. Does anybody? Remember? The lion. Yeah. That's what I m GM. What I didn't know which one it wasn't till you told us what the line did. Ooh. Goes. I'm just surprised. So you guys actually watch the movies. Yeah. Oh, yeah. You just you just like spent? Now, I just kind of pretend I didn't catch up with you guys as we talk about it figured it. Hole. I troll to the light and all off aways movies are delightful. Before we start. I started watching the best worst movie, but I didn't have time to finish it. But the movie better watching those understand that the director of troll two did not speak English. When. You know, he did not well, maybe a word here. But now he did not speak. He they've costume director. Who was also played Emmanuel Emmanuel movies. She was a translator got got cast and crew. That's that's usually good way to make movie. Yeah. What was good for us? Because it was so entertaining. And also, the they didn't speak English fluently that director and his wife wrote the movie yet, they wrote the movie in English, and when they tried to win the cast tried to change the words to be more like with an American the director, forbade it. Better. I think that made a better. I mean, we're gonna talk about the plot. But I just want to go into the movie a little bit. And what am I say line by line? Favorite scenes is later in the movie when they've gone to the house in nil bog and the grandfather appears to the sister, and then comes back to the the brother says, I can't remember the layout of this house. I haven't learned the lid of this house yet. Yeah. We should mention. The grandfather is dead. He's a goat. Yes. We will get to that where I just loved that scene so much. I didn't wanna forget to talk about it. Well, you can't piss on hospitality. I won't allow it. That that's a line from the movie it was actually much better read than the light from the movie. This is not do not besmirch the greatest devas and all of Alabama. Or whatever. Alabama. Yeah, I'm sure he is a fine dentist. As an actor. He's a great dentist. I think I've seen like I seen elementary school plays with better acting this movie. Just so stilted like my favorite line is when again, we can get to the plot. Because it's worth it. When the father the father gets mad because the sun, you know, spoiled their dinner, he throws the sun on the bed and starts to take off his belt. It's a little weird that he's doing this. And. What are you going to do to me daddy? And the father says I'm tidy my belt because I've known hunger pains. Through the night, or whatever. Felt one not feel pain me get through the night. Remember before we get to that scene. There's a see where the little boy jumps on top of the. Tenor table zips down zipper and proceeds presumably we don't see this. Luckily pee on their food. So they don't eat it. Which brings about the can't piss on hospitality. Like sorry. I have to go back one second ever Satan? Because there was one line in there that stuck out for me, which was. Don't think about the past. Don't think about the present only think about now which could fit into this film as well. That's all I'm sure it could have been written by the same person..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"I don't this movie made no sense. I can't even begin to talk about what happened beginning end or middle. It was total nonsense. You could watch it backwards, and it would make as much sense. Yeah. And I would suggest not watching it either way. Everyone should watch it. So they could all suffer like we did crazy Italians. They've got pasta on the brain. Now, we're getting all racial again. I just gave it to him and Patrick is. Right. Yeah. Clearly offended. Wait. Can you still? Never mind. I'll ask you actually off air. I was gonna ask you something that has nothing to do with anything. No, well, I was gonna ask if you can still eat pasta. And now you have like a restrictive diet. Pastas five, but you can't French fries. What I can eat some French fries. That's this is very interesting to people listening. The michael. And he's at the doctor's office listening pay yet. It's it's like some dietary thing, but can you eat like sweet potatoes because I would just kill myself. Then if that's all you can eat how often to eat sweet potatoes. No, I don't I don't like them. But fries are like a big thing here. Anyway, I don't really like sweet potato fries. Anyway, I had a sweet potato soup the other week. And it was amazing. That sounds actually good was so good. It was like with a little bit of caramel, and like a toasted pecans, and it was amazing. Let's pecan that's cheap. Was literally wants us to pick. It was one of those fancy restaurants. So the the whole meal was only one byte. Oh, yeah. Yeah. This movie. I mean, if you can find it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, you probably can't. But I'd rather talk about sweet potatoes and this movie in the so bad. This movie four stars out of four. Pets. It's bizarro Pat today. No. This was terrible all around the title was the best thing about it was. Yeah. There is nothing at all redeeming about less. The here's well, I would say to watch this movie is if you're gonna watch it with your parents or with your young children, then it's gonna be worthwhile. 'cause you're gonna get some. Or if you come if you forget what care looks like in you'd like to say it. Yeah. Millennials. God would say that like I did read a little bit about this. And just from the nothing that's on the internet about this. It sounds like it was a porno that they added a little bit of story to to make it a the over leasable or no way I read the opposite that they had made the movie, and they took some of the porno out to make it. So it got the proper rating. I mean, that's not really opposite. But oh. So it was to pornographic to begin with the added porn added porn. The added character. The character stuff was already there. But they took some of the porn out. So they could get released in Italy. And then apparently, there's a Dutch version that's the longest version because it has the porno that was already in. And then some version we watched I don't know. But it was like there's some bad movies that there's like reams and reams of articles written about this one. Nope. And everything written about it is negative. There's nobody in the nineties retrospective. Looked like this was actually good people wrong. No, everybody hated this movie. Because uninteresting I mean. I agree with Michael I think this is not even second to its number one like for showgirls would be number two of movies of a sexual nature that disgust you rather than turn you on. It's that candle scene. I will never forget. I will never forget the foaming. If I wasn't gay before, I'm Kate. And we weren't sure. But now we are. Why don't you? Sure about Pat gave before oh me, right? Never let this that's deep cut for longtime listeners everybody else. It isn't very. I just like teasing because he's such a sweetheart. Now, we're getting saccharin. All right. Let's take a break. And we'll come back with troll too. Thanks, mister, Ed. We had a call. Tom. Wearing. To say. Basically stable Jason..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Did that happen? I mean, this movie is so. Nuisance. It's it's I some have dubbing his done in English. But they still have accents. I was gonna say I think we've found out where Tommy was oh made his money dubbing voice for this movie and everybody is driving Volkswagen beetle in this movie. But they've dubbed out the sound of the Volkswagen beetle. So they're just very quiet card is that just like home alone. They don't make the typical beetle noise. Beatles were like Prius, Michael. Have they had like they had Tesla's in the seventies. Italy guys. I'm so embarrassed. I'm not very continental. Now, you're you're more fuck off my game tonight. I was gonna say Antarctica, but is actually a continent. So that makes sense. Yeah. And then. Yeah. And then fucking in sues, basically, so in that mansion where he looks at a portrait. And it's the woman who is in the car crash. Yes. Presumably, but it looks nothing like the women from the car crash. No. So I think we're supposed to get the idea that it's her from context clues, but it really fix them out. But it doesn't really said before after the man carrying the cane and has a duck's head just stares at him for what like I don't even know what seeing it is the same scene. It's like they just never turned the cameras off whatever happened his filmed, there's constantly throughout the movie, there's like dramatic Larry zooms into is like, they don't worry about focus, but goes right into people's eyes eyeballs. Which is supposed to be creepy. But it's not especially creepy much. Like, the the porn sees are supposed to be central, but they're more creepy than sensual. Nightmares? Guys fast order through them. After a while. I mean after I was like, I'm fast forward the rest, and I watched as a slow motion. But I'm I'm under the impression that they're under some kind of spell where they did not know how to use their tongues. Just like it's seem like they're trying to lick. But there were hitting missing the spot to Italy fought against France in the war. They don't want to be doing French kissing anything in France. Yeah. But it wasn't just kissing that they weren't hitting the spot. Right. There was like like mouth between the the between me down. There is like trying to like lick things and and insert tongues. But they're never tongues. Maybe that's how they did softcore because they didn't really do it. I guess, but they had no trouble inserting other things. So I mean, I looked away and I looked back and like there was full on like blowjob happening God. And I put this movie on under the impression that it was just going. Boobs and I was in the room sleeping. And then that scene happens. The first thing where he opens the door full on like man, I turned it off quickly because it was not what I expected. But yeah, it was full job. I started watching it at work..

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Like like a rock song start seeing like it singing you know it's like singing that terrible late eighties middle soggy here twice that's some was sunk twice right yes what party zombie version forty five grave yeah so bad but like so fun to watch every now and then like i don't think i'd ever watch over the edge again but i would watch return the living dead again just like if there was nothing to do and i wanted something stupid to watch but yeah like i i didn't there was hardly a scary moment in any of it was just fun yeah violent moments were funny so the non non samba version of party time is a song about a five year old girl who is brutally raped abusing killed by her mother and friends god and it's called time is is not quit his dark wow that brought down the conversation oh yeah here for the original version was the one using the film i guess some version was just on the soundtrack god yeah that was the eighties man that was that was something special yeah the tone of this kind of reminded me of they live in a way where it was it was comedic darkness yeah good of a movie but now yeah sorry i was gonna say rotary ebert gave four stars to both movies we've done today boy i was watching but i watch both of them back to back when i watched them and say that like i saw the similarities of like i could feel the similarities of the teen rebellion in the first movie and the swelling of the ambi hord in the second movie way more believing that like it would just go to cast so quickly whereas the the teens it was just like oh there's no goodie two shoes in that group was like no i'm going to stay home i'm not going to do this no everybody was like smashing their parent's cars and like locking their parents in and burning barrels and all that kind of shit tube is shooting at cops like i was like no no there's you know there's some good twos girls in pigtails frightened boys who are their parents home right now but we never saw that and at this on bees they can just be they can all be terrible and it's just much easier believe oh that was thing over the i forgot to bring up was when when the cup gets shot with claude i think is the name main characters name in the back seat and they go into that they crash building catches fire into the rec center claude reaches for the keys doesn't even try to help drag the cop out or anything he just and runs building blows up as well so they always say save yourself first himself first so he go back in but that's an happen i was thinking maybe he could tell them that the compass dead like a medical professional so true go back to that movie is is it that every single kidnapped town except for three of them went to jail that's what it looked like right ended with that that seen on the bus you know or whatever and it was if you seen napoleon dynamite recently not for theaters i don't think i never saw that movie starts and maybe ends with a bus ride seeing that's very similar like where he he ties his he man to a string any throws them at the window dragging humana long it was i wondered when i saw the dynamite was referencing that movie apparently influence fluential movie who knew yeah now this one's definitely more fun i i think we can say this one wins there's this yeah i don't see any reason to watch the other one i can see fundraisers to watch this one indistinct we had five hundred movies to choose from somehow we chose these two so so weird do you guys what we already we know we're going to do listen so weird though it's called trashy movies but with no hell is that trashy to diet include that on her out i i guess independent bmovie oh michaels never seen with male and i michael you would like that i'm almost positive what's it about it's about eighty vacation no set in the sixties it's about this actor these two actors in london i mean acting school type actors who decide they need to get away from the city and all the drugs they've been doing and stuff and go to the country i can't really spoilt today anything you would like.

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"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Would have stolen that big white tuba too because i looked pretty damn cool ever seen a white tube before but what was the point of the tuba why did the i mean i noticed that too like when they were like locking their parents in the building who somehow did not see or hear any of the running by in the whole yet and then the kid what was the point of even taking the to the tuba made more of an appearance the actress and then the when the parents were talking at the end they were in an auditorium and they were talking about the problem like the kids the parents were like screaming in just like it went from zero to five hundred like in terms of the level of anger when the they questioned the cop shot met dylan but like it was it was like why were they didn't build up to anything it was just like suddenly and that teacher was not pta meeting he was screaming at the parents suspend all his time with our kids that's great that's high comedy to me it should have been funnier for what it was that should've made me laugh more no i know what you're saying yeah yeah talking about it is much funnier than experience experiencing it did somewhat have the feel of after school special but it i think it took a more nuanced approach as much as you could say about this movie i mean i i don't think that necessarily saw the parents is evil or the kids as evil and you know the rec center teacher teacher i don't know the woman who ran the rec center was kind of like the bridge i guess i don't know what the point of johnny being mute was i'm sure that was some kind of metaphor for some shit but why answer the phone as as somebody can't speak yeah right weird scene just a weird scenes there's been so many movies since this and about the same sort of thing like did you see the florida project i haven't seen it now god writing it's the same kind of bummer in it's like kids just running from empty house to empty house and you know like nothing to do and boredom and senator etcetera and this been so much of it that like this maybe doesn't well i think it's probably something that seemed really groundbreaking at the time in in its way you know the way that like watchmen seemed amazing when it came out and as a movie it seems like the most boring shit you've ever seen yeah definitely do have to judge these things by the standard of their time to some extent but it's also fair to judge them as boring if that's how you react to them yeah i think as somebody who spent like seventh through ninth grade high drunk every day i related to it probably more than and and you know just hating this fucking town i lived in but tat pets oddly silent i'm listening have anything good to say i'm not saying anything it does surpri podcast works this is the price richard linklater influence days of us maybe he saw this and said i'm not going to do anything this movie did and just make a good movie that's is influenced by it despite the bad acting to an extent there was like a level of realism to it end to the way kids actually acted at that as maybe wasn't seen as much previously in movies like it felt very real to me as a kid anyway watching it now you can see all the all the faults but kirk cobain said it pretty much define my whole personality and that's why kill myself yeah that's what that is direct that's why all self right you didn't say the second part interestingly in the other movie there's a character named suicide yes that we'll get to that when we get there but this also did the thing that i really hate it but i can't say anything i mean you can't say anything about its prompted some use the word faggot a lot yes insult between the kids and like i it's not the movies fall that's the way kids talk back then and probably still do i don't know but like just whether own that's but it was just one of those things like why are you guys so i didn't quite get i don't think the movie made a fairly good point for like why the kids were so violent and so like angry and hateful to.

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Have you ever seen billy jack oh yeah yeah jack yeah right lick this terrible preachy like like learning learn a lesson every five minutes kind of movie and i felt like this kind of had the dna of billy jack but trying to be cooler i think it was cooler than billy jack roars her yeah but like this movie is like what female trouble or one of john waters movies is to me except it didn't go that far like it should have been funny kids get so angry that they revolt and they locked their parents in a building with cars and set things on fire that should have been allowed funnier than it was and the only thing that was funny about it was the fact that cars somehow blue bullet yeah i always to me that was not even intentionally who was not suffo wear any it's was so boring and so it was really boring i see i thought i guess growing up in the suburbs i knew that like kind of feeling of oppression living in the suburbs and just boredom i've i've seen seen it it i totally get ops or anything but somebody maybe who had a different suburban experience might think that this is really true for them because like i i read after i finish this i read the reviews on rotten tomatoes and they're great people love this movie like this is considered like a head of its time and like really true and there's moments of really true dialogue but i couldn't get past the like every five minutes somebody was saying we have to give our children something to do our children trapped in this neighborhood and the only have the rec center and there's nothing to do you know like it was one of those like our children are so important and they have nothing they said it so many times and they had like every senate the the the crime of having kids speak like adults was with was committed many times in this movie but can't making a joke about talking to my secretary yeah just didn't work i didn't i don't know they they talk like seven in the seventies i feel like they thought that like kid talked like smart ass you know new york city kids or something and like these are denver kids they'd be dumb as hell right it's seventies shit like i could see california kids being maybe a little more tough like that but this is denver the air's thin brings i i don't really know what you mean that's never been a denver either i have yeah that's that's interesting now i i knew plenty of stone or kids like this in where i grew up and and you know i guess you'd say juvenile delinquent not maybe not to level of of some of these kids but really most of the kids all they did was get high and go and shoot guns i mean at cans i mean in real life though in this movie i mean like for the well until the end i guess yeah they kind of went off the rails at the end i thought it was fun though i mean i did think that like i think it's interesting that matt dillon is the only star that arose from this film because the others are horrendous actors yeah but matt dillon all he had to do show up and like looking camera and that would have made him a better actor than anybody else in this movie i am dp clean the vincent spent also went on the he did he's the you don't know who he is well he's the dude who shot the cup and jumped into the main character right but i don't know what he after yeah i don't know probably disney channel shit i don't who cares really that mrs spencer does but it was it was i did love the wants to cars blew up from a bullet i cracked up anyway i don't but i don't think it was intense oh no it wasn't but that's been the thing before this movie that you shoot a car and blows up yeah yeah i did think like if i was if i was reading that school i.

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"michael morris" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Ello everyone and welcome toon daily for december fourth two thousand seventeen on today's show we're gonna talk about a bunch of news including uh the should sam movie men in the wasp uh dc release star wars future in michael morris fahrenheit nine eleven sequel in that frozen short film that weve been talking about uh last week uh in in the water cooler will be talking about uh the last djeddai junket which i attended jiminy andy shot in the dark uncharted four in the disaster artist this peter saretta enjoining into his pike ashim senior editor ben pearson nailed up andor writer why trend billy harvey long so let's join yet the watercooler guys i i've a lot to talk about uh i did a lot over the weekend um on friday night i watched a lot a net flakes i watched the netflixing documentary i'd jiminy andy have either of using us not yet not yet i've seen a lot of good tweets about it actually so it sounds intriguing you know i was expecting because okay with the start memory is is jim carrey wall hughes filming man on the moon when he was playing i indy kaufman the comedian he did so method he no jared let us style in character the completion of the entire time while he was filming and i remember this was big news back in that day when he was you know filming it and apparently he had a documentary crew following him around the entire production of that movie in universal for whatever reason didn't wanna release the footage though the tapes have sit sat in jim carrey's house for two decades.

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"michael morris" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"michael morris" Discussed on KOMO

"The saint dimitrios greekorthodox church checking washington state ferries were now looking at up the sixty minutes of extended vehicle delays at the clinton ferry terminal from o'kielty or cell thanks than terminal boy wakes up to an hour for edmonds that's were drivers without requiring the wsb boarding pass at this stage is taken a wild remove the stall partially blocking sky comission westbound us route two ahead of 7 sixty six th avenue next report at eleven fifty four i'm mark lamb komo news clouds will dominate the sky today in the sun will be poking through here and there but they're gonna called mostly cloudy look for highs in the upper 60s toward seventy degrees mid60s tomorrow with some showers in places clouds in the morning on tuesday than sunshine wednesday and thursday highs in the mid to upper 70s i'm jeff pohjola that's jagger the forecast from the komo forecast team it's a northwest lifestyle weekend on komo news higher jeez health talk continues here's wore the conversation with dr michael morris general kelly deducting worse you were talking about some common injuries and mentioned that you know sprains are strange or hamstrings soft tissue type stuff and the ankle sprains any upper body injuries was soccer 'cause they do collide and they do contact each other yeah there's a pretty unusual sometimes a shoulder separations we see those every once in a while shoulder dislocation bet but upper east germany injuries unusual except for me in the goal as i get a lot of hand injury right yeah see that balls from pretty hard adam sixty miles an hour sixty miles an hour and jews gloves those big lovesey wears out to contact the ball sticky or is it to protect their hands is just gives a bog coming out faceted would sting so it's a nice padded catch that they get lou what about the defender the jumps in further bond take something to the face or knows i mean i i can maj two members facial injuries from just contact with the sixty mile an hour soccerball the occasionally we see that now that's for sure knows fracture or we've had some facial fractures yeah that's when you gets when you get in your plastics your plastic surgery beg huh what i get the plastic surgeon look at it narrow you ever have to suit you're right there on the field or do you call some in an well known on.

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