17 Burst results for "Mike Colter"
"mike colter" Discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Some front page news. Oh the green bay. Packers beat the lines thirty five seventeen. Did you watch the game. No why would i watch the game. Dallas cowboys waste under may still football now running back. He finished with four touchdowns one rushing and three receiving aaron jones. So congratulations to him. I don't watch much tv nowadays. I watch i watch marvel's what if when it comes out and I watched my show of course last week when it came on friday on comedy central at ten pm two guys on his troop. But i don't watch much. Tv when it comes back. i'll watch million dollar listing. Because i'm always into raising cain and watch raising canaan Can't wait to to be Starts wanting to twenty-six but i'm watching. Yeah that starts in another week. So i'll definitely check that out. Go front. i do watch those reality shows with the wife housewives of potomac housewives of salt lake city. Which is pretty good. 'cause lady got arrested food. That's a good wife is watching a great showed. I've been watching. I'm not all into it. Like she is but it looks really interesting. It's called I know. Mike colter is on it. It's it's like it's almost like they're living out biblical stories. But it's like in modern times. I don't know. I can't remember the name of it. Somebody knows let me know. Forgot all right. Now we gotta fill you on what's going on with Gabby petito brian laundry like yesterday. I gave it a story that they were boyfriend and girlfriend. They were kinda like nomads..
"mike colter" Discussed on Ghost Town
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"mike colter" Discussed on The Watch
"The whole point. The reason why these these things. These blind spots are interesting. Is that you probably eight. Come at them with a little bit of cynicism. Because you're like there must have been some reason why i chose not to watch this thing. This is how you describe yourself as a driver by the way. This is the same thing it's really noticing. And then i think that you have. Maybe you're sort of. It's rare that. I think someone is like i don't wanna watch this for whatever reason likes either doesn't look like it's my thing it's too late. I got it already because people talk about it all the time or even like i've read articles about it and then when they actually see it. It's pretty rare. I think especially nowadays when everybody expresses even just thought as if it's take yet. I think people would be more like i find it really difficult like one of the reasons why i think i don't go. C fast news is. Because i don't think i would probably like go in there where they can find an open heart and i don't want to be a dick and be like fast movie sucked to people who live love them so i don't know it's it's an interesting conversation. I'd be curious. No our our our listeners have with their blind spots are a couple others that i had jotted down. Were seen rick. And morty in my entire life okay which obviously like. I have a prejudice against animation. Anyway but everybody you know that's obviously become like touchstone especially for the younger like ringer. Staffers of always. Just been like rick. And morty with like never seen it and obviously in the history of this podcast. I think my biggest blind spots vis-a-vis my relationship with you have been americans and catch fire. Oh that's right yeah. I didn't watch a lot of americans. I just didn't watch it a lot. Like all the time and care quote. It's actually not a bad segue because despite the catchphrase of this podcast you know. I never watched The good wife yeah. I don't think you've ever seen christine ski on the small screen. Have you well. I was a big fan of these. Sitcoms cybill oh that's right. That's really where my affection can remember the tribute to stephen sondheim. Ninetieth birthday last year. When that was. I watched it on a small screen. So yeah i know i get it. I've i've been to prague christine baranowski. But i think is not a good segue because you wanted to talk about the king's new show which i haven't seen this is now attributed to recommend this and this is one that i think you know this show has not become such a phenomenon that you would feel left out or this would be considered a blind spot if anything i would just encourage people to check this out if they have a paramount subscription or if they just have a way of watching it. I'm not sure if this is actually on is this on. Cbs like this is the we're at our. I'm not even sure if it's on terrestrial. Cbs but checkout evil. So it's the more recent show. It's in its second season now from robert michelle king who created the good wife and the good fight and it has a it. Has its hooks in me man. So basically the second season for the show just premier it just to be clear it began as a cbs broadcast. Show the second season officially moved the show from cbs to paramount. Plus right and so if you have paramount plus for any variety of reasons i would definitely definitely check this out so it stars kat. Your neighbors and mike colter as basically a mulder and scully. Holmes and watson setup where culture plays this guy david kosta who only on the first season so. I'm sure things change. You don't have to wait till you find out. He's saved her anything by. Thank you for the guy who is hired by the church to investigate the legitimacy of possessions and he in turn hires katcher herbert's his character to be his sort of cynical. You know his basically like his sounding board. She's she's got a background in. I think forensics and she works a lot with like district attorneys to determine whether or not someone's criminally insane or not. She gets hired by the sky and they basically investigate do a case of the week of supernatural phenomena but the sort of traditional cbs style. There's a case of the week. And then there's sort of a more overarching plotline that runs through the season. Which involves michael emerson who people obviously remember from from lost in person of interest. Who is this sort of devilish figure who versa way to find out exactly who he is. And it's so well done is so funny. It is so sharp. It's got that same sense of humor that the kings have which is a lot of like visual gags and cuddle ways and like little like sort of flourishes that just you don't often see on on network shows it's definitely pushing the edge of the same way. The good fight does where it's like. This is almost an hbo show or their terms of cursing and references to sort of sexual stuff and whatever violence bite kind of keeps it within the boundaries of good taste and anybody is looking for like a really good binge. The first season's obviously up there. I think the second season. I don't know if it went up in its entirety yet. But i really really recommended. I'm really enjoying myself. I love hearing that might even do x. Files person right very much. So yeah of the x. Files it does raise a question that maybe we could get into in more depth once you've thought about it more but the kings are despite my haven't watched their shows but fairly unique in that they are so so so good at operating at such a high level within what many people have complained about. Restrictive atmosphere of broadcast network of the parameters of it in terms of language in terms of content terms of act breaks in length. And just how you tell a story and how many episodes you do it in and they just seem exceptional right and and there shows have been the gold standard for that type of storytelling for awhile. And i'd be curious the second season it sounds like was made for the company of viacom when they put it on plus but if if it gets a third season they will be the first one made exclusively for a streaming home where they could be freed of those restrictions too something that they've already experienced with the good fight and i wonder if there's any lag offers any learning curve or if some of the things that they are good at don't translate as well the reason i ask the without knowing is because for me in. We've talked about it before girls. Five a the meredith scardino created tina. Fey and carla produced comedy on peacock is it. It's so silly. But the jokes are so funny and i watch and i'm not a prude. But like when sarah is just drops an f. bomb where a human would like to do you know what it is is like that show girls five of without being too reductive about it. Looks like thirty rock. I mean it has the right of tina fey show this show evil as does good fight. Looks like a cbs office. Drama or a cbs. Shot a sound stage drama. I mean there's some exteriors. But for the most part when they're in a rectory and clark. Johnson who plays mike colter sort of partner boss. Yeah awesome. It's great to see clark johnson on camera and a great tv director too great director as well but when you see clark johnson at because it's like that's the set next to the other set.
"mike colter" Discussed on Find the Path Podcast
"Yes but it's just hilarious to picture any of these actresses bugging adam driver to go rebel against the guides. Look a little. I'm a little disappointed that we'd already cast academic just because when i was looking viola davis like going through everything else that she's done. Apparently her second cousin is mike colter. The guy who plays luke cage only. I had already. We had advocated. Push driver is cal roo. Yeah yeah no we. Don't we a little sad because ally now you know he did no good villain to. He does so. There are your choices for grandmother spider and as always you can go to the sub reddit to vote for the vote for our choices and see who gets the role. We need to probably post this casting list. Summer on the webpage so people could actually see it. it's posted on the rented wicky page website though. Okay well if you wanna learn web design and figure out how to make the list. Look nice on the website but just being like. I'm not doing that. I'm not keeping up with that. That sounds like but as always thank you for listening pathak and we look forward to all of your comments about our show and future emails and you can get in contact with us on reddit and discord and twitter and facebook. And i'm sure. I'm forgetting some on our website. Stra so remember the January sixth coming up very soon. Join us for some. Hells rebels pierre paul. And if you're curious about rex notes sign up for the patriots yesterday. Why it might. Conversion notes will be available patriot with both The exact rules. Conversions as well as my own personal notes on what. I'm planning on changing because i never run everything exactly as is so if you want to get the true. Find the path experience You can get my transcribe sticky notes on the case. Spoilers abound right well as always good luck out there. Pathak stay safe fun. Play pathfinder take a fan here by scraping relations scorn shackles and the gang find the past. Ventures is an officially licensed partner of pizon inc. Mummies mask copyrighted. Two thousand and fourteen mummies mask. And the pathfinder adventure path are trademarks of All pathfinder images or property applies oh and are used with permission..
"mike colter" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"All all right. Welcome back we have been talking about. CBS's new show evil. It's a psychological horror show and my current favorite as we eagerly await the next episode. We have to fill in the void so it's time to talk about what else you can watch for evil evil. I feel like I have to start with the obvious Luke Cage if you are keen on Mike Colter you definitely need to check out the Superhero awesomeness while it still net flicks. I'm sure that you all know that marvel bought out or marvelous bought out by I- Disney and so who knows down the road All the marvel shows may end up getting switched over to Disney plus but for now it's still on net flicks so binge way. There's a few seasons on there. I am a huge fan of superhero stories of all Shapes and sizes. So if you are two or even if you're just a of fan of Mike Colter Definitely check out luke cage if If Koch has more your speed then you definitely want to check out her other work She was on. HBO's as Westworld Choosing Season to watch as into if you don't want season one so binge binge westworld is a really cool show. It's also psychological in nature. Actually it's based on a movie that came out in the nineteen in Seventy S. That is not nearly as awesome as the show. So if you feel like he wants to go down the rabbit hole of cinematic history tree on Westworld story then go ahead and check out the westworld. Movie I believe that you can rent it on Amazon prime but I couldn't find and it to stream for free so sorry about that but if you want to just skip and watch the show then that's totally cool to the show is is amazing and it is available on. HBO Now now that we've talked about the work that the actors have done I want to talk about X. Files X. Files is one of my all time and favorite shows. I remember when the first episode came out sitting with my brother. Criss Cross applesauce on the floor in our living room. Just just so excited that there was going to be a show about aliens. Of course it turned out to be so much more than that scully. All the way the show evil definitely has a lot of parallels to X. files with the skeptic skeptic in the believer and just all the layers of storytelling the interesting characters Right now currently. I'm a little bit more in love with Evil Than X.. Files which is saying a lot. I have the action figures. Not GonNa lie so I hi definitely think that you should go back and watch exiles all of the episodes at available in net flicks and exiles is awesome in addition to X.. Files supernatural is a whole lot of fun as well watching Sam and Dean Winchester go on their adventures hunting down spirits and facing all the supernatural things that are in the world the rest of us are completely ignorant to. It's a magical experience and I feel like again. There's a lot of the parallels with evil and supernatural not so much that there's a skeptic in supernatural but just that most most of the world goes along in their ways not even aware of the possibility that supernatural things may be real. Will I think that's a really cool aspect to storytelling and supernatural. Does a good job of that The series itself is going to be wrapping up soon. I believe there's something like five episodes left so the now is a great time to binge binge binge. There's a a Lotta seasons to ingest so get to work on that So that you're ready for the big finale another TV series that I think parallels in some ways with evil is the Black Mirror series available on net flicks. It is. The question of that show is really about technology and just because we can. Should we do these things with technology and if we do. What's the cost as humans? Now I say that there are some parallels because while Black Mirror isn't so much supernatural supernatural as science based there is a lot of those underlying themes that also show up in the show evil which I find really interesting so definitely if you like the flavor of evil. You're probably going to enjoy black mirror or vice versa. Another really a popular show that I have watched through in its entirety at least three times since it originally aired is hunting of Hill House. Hunting Hill House is a horror show but to me. It's really not about about the ghosts in the house. So much as it's a drama about a family that happens to live in a house that may be haunted and and I say maybe haunted because the show really deals a lot with the theme of is it real or is it in their head and the skeptic in that show really really truly believes that there's some mental illness family and that's the cause of all the problems that the family has been experiencing uh-huh and he went off and he wrote some books about it and then there's all kinds of storylines they get explored it's a really cool. Non Non Linear storytelling experience. And every time I watch it I see something else hidden in the shadows and I absolutely lutely adore when I can watch something again and it's a new experience every time season two should be releasing next year so now again is a great time to get all caught up if you haven't experienced haunting of Hill House. I recently watched a movie on Net afflicts that I think is also up. This allie was called autopsy of Jane Doe and starring Brian Cox who played striker in X.. Men He there's also agamemnon in troy which is how I know him. I honestly had to look up. What his name really is Sorry about that Brian Cox. But I'll top Jane DOE was really Cool Horror Flick Very tastefully done. I was on the edge of my seat. The whole time I'm and I could not tell if things were really happening. Or if it was in their head and I feel like that's really the underlying theme with the show evil. Is this real so I definitely recommend that I'm going to go old school here and say the exorcist. This is another great one or the exorcist remastered. If that's your jam I like the original better without the the creepy contortionists coming down the stairs bit. I didn't think that was necessary for the story Watching Reagan's head-spinning circles and the pea soup vomit was enough for me But I mean there is extra schism in it'd in evil. It is a religious type of show. And so you know I. I can't do this and not stay that. You should absolutely watch the exorcist. The original it is available to stream dream on Amazon prime. And then there's another movie that I stumbled across recently and watched on Netflix. While going down the whole call of B. Rate Horror this one was called Mara and it's about a psychologist who is investigating being the strange death of a person. A client that she comes across and as she investigates this The story just really really goes in a cool direction. It has some twists and turns Is it real or not. The main character is a hardcore skeptic. Dick and she's experiencing things that don't make sense It's really neat to see a horror movie where the main character is the skeptic rather than all of the people around the main character trying to tell that person they're crazy. 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"mike colter" Discussed on KGO 810
"Run into, you know, I want to try to push my liberalism apologize. All those dumb Americans. Yeah, I know like six words in Farsi. So if they're from Iran trying to impress. Lift drivers nightmare. Please stop. Please stop. So how much do where do you live? I live in New York. Oh, wow. Yeah. Every other comic seems to be coming to LA. That's good. I've been in New York the whole time so daily show was, I was on there for ten years. That's in New York, and I've managed to, you know, I, I also come from, I didn't start in comedy. I started in theater. So, like, I, I was doing a lot of theater and stuff back in that before the daily show in New York. So I continue to do that. And do you remember. Did you are you old enough to have worked catch? I did what catch back in, like, yeah. In the nineties. Yeah. That's all I was actually part of an improv show. I catch with a whole bunch of comedians, who went on to bigger things like the squad brothers and other people like that. And we would do a weekly improv variety improv show at catch where they wait. Yeah. The south park. Short that became showed it as part of our show. It was like going back into comedy history. Like we all that audience that night at catch watched short. Wow. And it was south park, and it was the tray and map they came down showed this thing it was like ten minutes. And then that went on to become, you know, history. Yeah, what is what is your favorite my favorite comic? But when you think of, like I tell people like to me, the classic comedy movie was Tootsie. It worked on three levels Pollock directed it, you know, trade actors and a real message, you know, I don't really see that in jumped appetite. But you don't really mean you don't get that anymore. There's a kind of story. I mean, I my favorite movie is planes, trains, and automobile. Right. It's my favorite comedy in that John, right? Yeah. Exactly. Just brilliant. You know. And I mean, you know, the heart his changed and, and, and I feel like now it seems like everybody just wants horror movies. Now it just seems I I know. Exercising something where like exercising. Like that, that we're trying to get out and it's just give me demons. Yeah. You know, we had him when we were kids and were nasty. How last house on the left? I don't know if ever saw that was a horrible movie. It was at every disturbing possible thing, people ask house on the left disturbing. It's a pretty disturbing movie. But I'm on a show this fall, that's coming out on CBS. Show kind of thriller type show. It's evil and it stars Mike Colter, who's Luke cage on Netflix. Okay. And cut you Herbert's and Michael Emerson and myself and it's, it's a drama and. Supernatural or stuff. Yeah, it's very, it's really cool. It's Robert, and Michelle king. Who did the good wife? Right. So I'm really excited about it. It's I always say this to people think that drama is harder than comedy. And I say, well, you watch a, a really good actor, try to do comedy. Put him on stage with one hundred people go. No comedy is comedy is the hardest thing I've ever done. And. Dramatics. I've done comedic stuff and stand up is definitely one of those things that, you know, when I first started out, I just remember like getting up on stage and, and that, that feeling of just like just completely you walk off stage. And you're like I might as well just wet my right hand. So you know what I mean? Conversely when you kill it, there's. It's amazing. And I remember going back to the daily show and talking to John Oliver, and I said, you know, I I went up on stage last night. And I was it was horrible. Have a why do you do this? You know. And he said, oh, yeah, yeah. That goes, you know, you're, if you're lucky you're going to have another hundred of those, and that's what will make you a better comedian. So they're going to be getting Marsteller shows this weekend. Yes. Yeah. 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"mike colter" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion
"And from that moment on his mother's willing faith, or what carry us through this picture because she does he never believes that his son is gonna die. She tells the doctor you keep trying, and it's literally a'miracle because he is recovered isn't having signs of trauma, and he's turned his life around. And it's a great motivational story. It's a wonderful story faith-based and this kid I've heard of him. He plays basketball Steph curry. On the show. Now, Tony how back next comes about. Because it's so interesting how our world always said, this athletes, always blend into the entertainment celebrity world, and they end up finding other interests outside of their natural, which is playing basketball. As a should. I think now sports such a large diverse community. First of all there's a lot of capital there. You You look at. look at most of these athletes athletes had endorsement deals have a lot of capital, and they want invest diversify Steph and all the other athletes are starting to delve into Hollywood. I mean ways, you know, entertainment production producing some of them want to act as well. So yeah, it's interesting that that that movie, which is faith based is really step is about here. I hear from people that he's a really nice guy. However, I know some people are afraid to talk to you now. And you tell me about this whole scenario. I'm hoping to get a game plan celebrity all star game. So I watched the game and he's playing he was right there, and I could reach on touching. But I didn't. I know didn't come down there. He was right there. Time shy. What can I say? Schayes the word I but I mean. So you don't wanna be like stuff? You guys are he's on the court warming up guys like approached all the time. There's always someone there who wants to talk to them. And I'm just I'm just not that guys one of those things where I'll tell you a funny story. I just connected with my my cousin valid I hadn't never connect with her. Two weeks ago time ever, and I've been rooms with their not the kinda guy to go across the room and go, you know, it sounds crazy. But I'm like organic like things happen organically. Was. You wouldn't let me take. If we be great. Great whatever on my own. I guess crazy. Nepotism. I don't think I don't really, okay. So all star weekend you played at the all-star game. Obviously you hear it here on our network you play for the home team. I looked for your stat line. But was it. I couldn't find. Yes. So. Okay. So I think I must've had as I recall. It was double double ahead to at least ten and ten at least. I think it was at eleven eleven I could be wrong, you know, stat line whenever I'm gonna be honest. Run eleven to thirteen points and ten rebounds, something like that. No, rob. No. You know what? There was no ambition. All I wanted to do was go out there play. Well, not get injured. And then have the time..
"mike colter" Discussed on Be Honest with Cari Champion
"Hey, everybody. Welcome to another Todd show beyond have a real superstar studio myself. No, I'm kidding. We have Mike Colter kidding. No. Thank you so much for joining us here on beyond is such a pleasure to have you. I gotta give everybody the background. So when people come on. I usually say, we're did I meet you. I explain how we met I met you obviously, I fan of Luke cage. We'll get into that. But I met you in Bristol. When you doing what we call our car wash and four Luke cage. What was yeah. What was that experience for you? It was it was great. It was like, you know, I remember that that week being really hectic, and I think Luke premiered, and I remember doing all of these different junkets and all these different things that never been ESPN. I knew was in Bristol the pleasure to come up. And I remember I was pretty much everything anything they want to promote the show include like an NBA promo which I couldn't do because I was I was doing everything walking around telling everybody about this show this show was that mazing. We'll get to win win. If we'll get to see people keep asking. But I will tell you this. Find it interesting when I see actors in especially active and looks as if he can play sports or has played sports has any bit of athletic ability, when you get around these other athletes, or you get an element of ESPN, there's a different demeanor. And it's not I feel almost as if you guys are not as comfortable is that is it wrong in when we around other athletes other players football player, I defer athletic. There's a reason I didn't choose doesn't because there was no natural ability..
"mike colter" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Fun were to check in today, you'd find new movie reviews for the curse allow your own ah? And also breakthrough faith based film, which I think is one of the best we've seen so far a lot of these Christian films. Maybe the acting as a little bit less than spectacular the plays a little bit clunky times. I thought this was really well put together excellent cast, and it's very effective. It's based on true story about a a youngster who falls beneath the ice is trapped under water for fifteen minutes somehow survives. They take him to the hospital, but he can't survive much longer. Right. He's going to die. I mean, no one could could endure that kind of a punishment to their body or Kenny. So. When you say Christian films are these films that you started? I star direct. I write them, our no, it's it's a faith based film. It's it's in a movie that embraces faith. But I think this John is really growing. It's been fun to watch. It's been clunky at times. But now they're mainstream actors and actresses Chrissy Mets Josh Lucas for grace, Mike Colter. So it's a very enjoyable film. And for heaven's sake. No pun intended. Bring some tissues. This is a tear Jerker. Oh my goodness. I was fighting back tears washing. It was very effective that way. Well, I have a lot of scar tissue. Not really doing. Yeah. Listen, why not? Okay. Well, we have a lot to do today. We're going to start off with game of thrones. Then we're going to talk about a movie called the silence. Then also little if we can get that new teen comedy. Okay. So I thought we'd bring in an expert for game of thrones watched all of them. I haven't drawn all of the family trees, the way Laurie Lynn has an of course, she's memorized all of them try. I try you are on a scale of one to ten with ten being a G O T fanatic in one being someone who's never seen it. Where would you put yourself? I'd probably put myself in eight or nine I'd say eleven. To eleven and a half actually met somebody the other day who has watched the complete series four times before Sunday night. I caught up on the last two episodes of season seven I did the same thing on Sunday. And especially the last episode really helped as a starting point as a jump off for for this. So I'm I'm following the little finger get killed. I never liked that. That's why you can watch that episode over and over again, by the way regarding viewership for this season. One nine point three million people season to eleven point six season. Three fourteen point four season for nineteen point one season. Five twenty point to season six twenty five point seven season seven last year, thirty two point eight this year may be forty million because we're mouth is really taking people feel is if they've been left out if they're not conversant about game of thrones. Yeah. The the live viewer. Ship on HBO itself was a little bit down from the last season finale, but it was much more. When you take into HBO, go HBO now all the different platforms where you can see it. So he started it much later parties. It's a sign of the times how things are changing. But yeah, the the enthusiasm is certainly there. So is this unquestionably? The most watched series of all time. So would you say I mean, first of all it's a cable show exactly isn't that category? The double chin people Seinfeld, for example, different thing. Breaking bad breaking bad was huge as huge as game of thrones. It's the biggest show around now of it's kind. But I I think that the landscape continues the fracture. So whereas the mash finale was massive double check the numbers, but we don't get that anymore because we have so many channels and so many options, it's broadcast in two hundred seven countries and territories and simulcast simulcasting one hundred ninety four countries and territories and is a prequel series coming. That's the Nessin. I've heard. Yeah. It's been filmed in ten countries Northern Ireland where much of it is film. They have studios, right? Republican violent Morocco. Multi-speed Croatia Iceland, United States, Canada and Scotland there have been fifty locations in Ireland including forty nine Northern Ireland. I was in Croatia on a cruise a couple years ago. And we visited the the castle. Why do you when I say v castle your cat? One of them. I forget Manding. And by the way, just gonna show our collective ages. At least when I was growing up if you wish to TV show. It was very obvious. You're watching a TV show the production values were much less than a movie it just had that stars. Didn't have a lot of people go on down. Exactly. But today a TV show can have the same production values as a major motion picture. We're seeing across the board over the course of eight seasons. A total of twelve thousand one hundred thirty seven wigs and hairpieces have been used and that's just an area Salone color and style result of more.
"mike colter" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Wanna thank today's guests. A lot of foam. How great was Nance. I mean that was maybe his best appearance in the history of this show. I think you're right. You got a lot going on a lot of get off his chest right there since the masters, and obviously I mean what what a run. What a run what a gig that guy's got. And he's great at it with thanks to Nance. Also, Mike Colter for being here in studio and Rashawn Gary as well in our number one, my cultures in the movie breakthrough in theaters near you. I'm looking at my Twitter feed. At D Randall art in Portland, Oregon. I looked at it during the commercial break. He thought I missed an opportunity. You should ask Jim Nance about one shot one. Chatting. I don't know if I'd ever go in that direction with him. I I could tell you Jim probably loves loves them. You know, I'm sure he loves it. The songs. Thanks, the music stinks. I don't want to go down. Don't want to go down the road down. Fended? You you don't like I am. I'm offended that you've been in this business a long time. Thank you. You are well respected among your key people, keeping okay people, you're a brand name. Wow. It's me. The fact that you don't like it is really offensive really I think to a lot of hard people who work in our industry. Oh, come on. Chris. Wrong wrong. Here's the do. How much hard work goes into a piece like that? I do not you keep on mischaracterizing. What I'm saying? I am not saying it's an awful piece. I'm not so saying saying that the content of the piece is insignificant. I'm saying it's very significant. I'm saying I love the NCWA tournament. I love the ups and downs. I love the Cinderella stories. I love the the seeds. I love you know, all of that stuff. The when I mean sees the lower seeds beating the higher Caesar. I love the the controversy from time to time..
"mike colter" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"But would be the people that he wants, you know, who's going to take off take the load off. And I think that's the question. I mean, I think there's like two or three people that he probably probably would want. And I don't think any of those players are gonna come Durant's come at. No, I don't think I mean, why why I don't why would he I don't know why why would mild point at my culture here on the rich Eisen show that I've been talking about here on this show with Chris and everybody else. There's been calling in is I don't know why Durant would leave Golden State. There's no reason other than the fact that everybody thinks that he has to put a stamp on his own team with his own man that that that his legacy is he joined the team that he couldn't be and and needs to beat other his own legacy people who had Homer sitting there going. Well, that's great. But you can't do this. This thing about Colby. He doesn't have to prove to anybody. He went from agree team to another great team. And with the pressure on he still came as an MVP that finals, I believe who went to Rome two in a row is that's pretty impressive because spotlight's on you say over the spotlight's on you can you show. Well, the spotlight was on them. There was there was no reason from the Lewis, and he did exactly what he was supposed to do crushing it. Right. And what do you wanna do? Exactly. Like, everybody's like, well, let's see what you can do here. And in the sidecar, he'd just be the sidekick, and he was actually this superhero. It's a very, you know, organic team he comes in Korea wasn't a hundred percent phys. Weekly and they float and he's a mismatch for anybody. Right. The ball went to him and he took advantage. Now. Are you saying that Durant needs to say because Steph is an executive producer on your film? Oh, you know. That's a good point. I think it's a good time. That's a good. That's a good time. I just want to make sure that that there's. Yeah. That's always make things aware of my. That's a good point of view. I think the Rams the best in the game right now. And I know people to try to figure out who's best game since Kobi hung up. I thought he was the biggest mismatch for anybody. He can dribble he can shoot. He can be can do anything. He wants to do with the ball. He's he's a bit light. But he defends well, I just can't there's no weaknesses in a big game tonight here in Los Angeles Clippers I mean, if the clippers can somehow somehow squeeze in other words, just just string another one together where then it would have to be at least a six game series that you know, that the series would have to return to Los Angeles, regardless of what happens now putting the pressure on the team for Sunday. That's that's what I'm trying to paint the picture for the clippers Golden State. You know, it's good to get tested early. And I think they're big. Opponent is themselves because they've done so well, and they have so much firepower. They have to get motivated for games. And I think sometimes it takes away. Call I think clip squeezing one second game is a really good thing for them. Mentally, and I think people go back to curry talked about Tigers tiger's comeback into grades comeback. Then people came back at curry. I saw that I say, but yeah. But if they forget that dream on was taken out of the series for one game that was that was sort of that was a normal. So I. And then to bring this conversation full circle, Mike Colter here on the rich Eisen show, again breakthrough as already in theaters near you. And we'll get to that in a second. Is that is that? Yes. There was something strange about dream on green. You know, strange..
"mike colter" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Our number one. We had Sean Gary sitting in the chair to my right? Jim Nance is going to be joining us here. Shortly on the rich Eisen show in our number three is the schedule was released yesterday. We'll talk about the CBS games that he will be calling with Tony Romo, and he called the remarkable Tiger Woods victory at the masters just last week on the back end of the Super Bowl. And of course, the national championship that Virginia took down one year after being taken down by sixteen seats so much talk about with Jim later on we asking your poll question, which is the most compelling and fell games in week number one. But it turned to my right right now. Welcome back on the show. I'm thrilled to have you back here. It's been a while because he was promoting Luke cage as he was Luke age. Pat last time he was here. But now he's in the new film, but breakthrough that is the first Twentieth Century Fox film to be distributed by the Walt Disney studio motion pictures, the none other than the man himself. Mike Colter in this movie that is available. In theaters near you coming up this very week on Wednesday, April seventeenth good to see you, sir. How are you going to see you to what's going on with you? You're just traveling all over the country and travel, you know, making me man, you know, bouncing around doing a couple of films breakthroughs the one that currently promoting this right opened this week yesterday yesterday. Yeah. Yeah. I just realized I said that it's coming soon with either near you. And I gave a date that was yesterday when I worked to shows yesterday, Mike, I'm a little bit audiences smart. I think they picked up on like we got new. New you starting yesterday they broke through yesterday. So you are a fan of the Lakers. I know we had this conversation. You also are partial to the warriors. Yeah. Yes. Well, let's start. Let's start with the Lakers. I in what the hell I call this. I called us. I mean, call to sit on the air. But you know, when the Lakers made a big move. I felt like you know, this is profitable. Because the the west is very different. It was going to be a rebuilding stage. There's a lot of things from the management, and he'd be fixed. They were trying to do something that you know, you can't just fix it when Kobe left I it was really it's it's a mentality. It's a sort of it's sort of. It's the thing they have the re kind of revamp. And I think they're gonna take them a while. Well, I mean, obviously, you know, what happened with Magic Johnson was just an absolute business often wrong. I I think I think ultimately he took the fall because I there was you know, there was the lay off from the rest for some some of the stars. We leave. You that way? I mean. Yeah. I mean the team didn't finish the season because they got hurt. Stan. Yeah. That and then, you know, the rest of them, just, you know, does it they shut it down and magic I think the Luke Walton thing I don't think magic was co-signing on that. I think magic felt like maybe that that was the right coach. But other people probably didn't want that. And so he felt like if I give into this. I may as well leave because we're we often run into the wrong direction. That's an interesting. So you think here's the issue is that who's gonna come as a free agent to come team up with LeBron with everything that's going on just like this. I think I think they'll will be some people who will be interested..
"mike colter" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The best movie reviewer in the business. No question about it. I have some more questions that I want to get to Ken dog couple of regarding the Oscars. And then a movie that I had never heard of. And I want to ask him about because I was intrigued by this one too. But before we do that we let the listeners go first Lewis is joining us from me, Sacramento. Howdy lewis. Hi, paul. Hi. Hi. Hello. I. Actually last night. I rented on IT. I watched at eternity gates that will leave the facility on the tobacco. Oh, yes. Yes. And have you seen it? I've only seen portions of it. I got a copy of it. That was bad. Unfortunately for screener. And I want to watch it again. Now, it's available. I'm going to I'm going to rent it on Amazon and check it out. I mean, obviously buffalo coaching it. You know, the story launcher most people do some of the one man show with low. Fun of law could have been one man Broadway. Yeah. And I've heard there's been I don't know if I recall controversy that sounds too much, but there have been a little bit of discussions about the murder plot. Of some kind with with him in it. And some people are like, yeah, that's real another like that's fake. That's one of the registered in seeing it all the way through. Interrupting right up at the very end about a book on that. I found extremely interesting. It's like a one or two cents each about long. I thought that was interesting. Yeah. Kind of like a coda. The movie I found to be rather slot. I did want to just pick up real briefly. What you talked about a movie what plans portfolio, right? Take you someplace movie that I saw recently that good one more than the other, but your movie buff. I would highly recommend both of these different than anything else you'd ever want. One of them is under the skin which. Which? Under the skin is that the one with Scarlett Johansson. Oh, yes, I've seen that one time. Rony break watch the trailer. Absolutely blew me away. Okay. The other one the other one is. The ex machina ex- ex- one of the better science fiction films in the last ten years or so. What? Psychological. Oh, yes. It is pure science fiction. My wife hated it. Because she thought it was supposed to be an action film. And it's like, no, no, no. Mindell up empathic. But I'd love to hear your your take on both of those movies. You said your movie lover. You hear people talk about movies that you watched in exchange viewpoint from all really when you said that you liked one a little better than the other. I'm taking it under the skin is the one you prefer the I love both the little skin with maybe one notch more. So intriguing about it with a lot of the lack of dialogue. Yeah. There's very little dialogue in this film. Now, some people may be put off by the pacing. 'cause I I would call it leisurely. So there's a lot of stuff where it takes a lot of time for things to happen. In the meantime, it's replaced by atmosphere, which is very very good. But if you want a quick, boom, boom, boom, you're going to be disappointed. But if you want to soak it in that's it is a movie that literally soak atmosphere. Oh in watch it in a room. I tell you at the beginning you'll be gone come on what's going on. In the last off just like whole month is this would this be considered? What what John removing very much under the skin is almost like fi horror. Okay. Well, that's interesting. Whore. Always. Rainbow unicorn. Always. Well, let let me clarify. The first half is definitely the setup is definitely hor based very much. I would I would compare it to the shining in terms of tone. It does change a little bit more into an alien sci-fi kind of hybrid in the second half of the film. See what you're talking about joining us. But again, you say that Lewis said this is a movie with very little dialogue. From the main character. Yes, you know, what it doesn't need it? Okay. That needed at all. Well, glad you brought that up actually Lewis is I want to now discuss a couple of more movies, it may sort of fit that sort of same realm. So Lewis, it's a pleasure to talk to you. Thank you. Thanks for calling in tonight. So I want to mention two other movies one when he says that it has very little dialogue movie that I truly enjoyed years ago. I think maybe two thousand very I don't know. I can't really remember exactly when it came out. Maybe two thousand six you'll know better than me, obviously, had very little dialogue and to this day. I look at that movie as wow was that an intense movie apocalypse, though. Yes. Yes. Mel Gibson direct that was just follow up to the passion of the Christ apocalyptic, which had very little dialogue and sometimes. When they decided to talk. It was all subtitled. Yeah. Yeah. And and I'm not a I'm not a guy is going to go seek out a movie that Saul subtitles. But man, I that one right there. There are some extremely intense moments. Well, that movie where I was just blown away. It's the first time you've actually ever seen that dramatized from the point of view of the Mayan slash Inkens, flashing lights. And then the then the the the sub-tribes if you will the ones that were victimized. Yeah. And the guy who plays Jaguar paw is just dynamic again without dialogue and Mel Gibson can framing action piece like you can not believe. Yeah. There's a part again. I mean, it's an old movie. But I always feel like I'm giving something away when they're up on the I guess the temple or whatever. About to happen. I it takes your breath away. What are you going to say I was just gonna say with the superheroes onerous seeming to of run its cycle again. And again seems like Roma Downey and some of those folks are coming back now with there's a project that's coming out called Jesus. The story of Jesus Christ. You know, you've got this film that you're discussing right now. I'm wondering if the the prophetic if the religious if if that's the direction that we're going to start seeing the trend going as opposed to superheroes. Actually, I'm thinking, it'll always have a the religious ones will always have a powerful niche and especially around March and April because they know when they get their audiences. But you're seeing diversification. There is one oh, man. It's got Christie Mets from this is us, and it's about a kid who falls in the ice and for the life of me. I can't remember the title. But it's another one about faith, but it's grounded in faith and Mike Colter from Luke cage a net. Flicks is in it. It actually looks pretty good. I'm not a profoundly religious. But I do enjoy movies that discuss it. I do enjoy movies to discuss faith on an earth level. You know? Level human level. Not not the cramming down your exactly exactly and they see these studios. Are the religious studios are doing it more subtly? Now, they're giving you human experience and backdrop against the frame of faith, which works. I don't know. How big that is? But it's been getting a little bit bigger. And I think it's going to remain powerful niche to jump back into the movies without a diet without too much dialogue. I didn't know anything about this movie. I guess I missed the boat last year on this one. Maybe you guys have seen it. What I understand about it. He kind of reminded me of Lewis's call about under the skin. I have no idea if it's even anything like it. But but the kind of. Where he was describing it I want to know more about a movie called a quiet place. Oh, oh, well, you I don't know if you remember I review of it. But it was in my top ten and PG thirteen horror films, usually leave me cold because you're missing something. It doesn't have to be grew in gore, but the intensity that you can get with an R film has to be there. This one proved me wrong PG thirteen it has a lot of violence, but it's implied violence, and this is a masterpiece of sound design. Okay. Because when I was listening to the sound is what they were doing using egg timers and things not even that. But the lack of sound for the first half of the film, especially nobody wanted to eat their popcorn because it's almost like a silent film. Okay. Because of the premise, you have these creatures that have invaded. You don't know why or how they get the name, but they hunt. They're blind. But they hunt strictly by sound their entire head is an ear. It can they can. I mean functions is an ear, and they're big they're powerful. They got teeth and claws. And if you make a noise, you're dead. And so this family led by. Director John Christine is real life wife, Emily blunt. They have their family has put together a way of being absolutely silent. Now, I don't know how well this would work in the real world, you can probably pick it apart. But for the context of the film, it's brilliant, you know, from from setting down sand to walk barefoot. So they don't make creaking noises in the house. Everything is rugs. Everything is. And so for the first half of the film. They are completely silent. Sign language one of their daughters is played by a real life deaf. Actress showing actress who is terrific and she's deaf in the movie, obviously. And again, I can't tell you how much narrative you can get out of it.
"mike colter" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Season two just aired. And Jessica Jones season three is coming up in a few months, and that will be that the counselor has struck. This is such you know, who's furious about this Nick Eminem Eminem have you seen? This just tweeted about an hour ago. Din- flicks copen regarding your cancelation of the punisher blowing it this is willing cops. Sincerely marshall. Dear Netflix last ever, send your ass. I'm fascinated by Eminem's and his viewing habits. He doesn't need the punishment. He's still venom. I read once that said Eminem once was in a bit of a funk for a year for some reason and watched the bug film shooter over thirty times vote on it totally understandable on the TV series. Spinoff Filipacchi is a good. I have watched I watch most of it and then lost John Lee swagger role, bobby's splintering shoe. Good stuff. The end of the Mt. You yeah. That's it this week things coming off. I mean, they were always gonna do this winding up for a while. Now, there was no way. Either of these shows we're gonna get another season. It is a shame wall. Admittedly, some of these seasons were crushingly tedious. I refer of course to emphasis onto the of some of these were really good. Plus, he's amazing much recent series devil. Really good. Jessica Jones first season amazing middle second, very boring. Sure. I think is the saddest one, isn't it? I really like the punish I only really just started. And he was perfect. Speck tack yearly violent in. I've almost never seen in the TV show before I think the casting by and large people have a problem with Finn Jones vis and in fairness, I didn't watch either series of aren't fist. I I saw him in the defenders thought he was okay. But I know people had their problems with that within that actor in that role. But I thought the casting these these roles was pretty spot on Johnny Cox was fantastic. As Matt Murdock? Kristen Ritter was great as Jessica Jones. Mike Colter is Luke cage walk around him. Amazing, and yeah, Johnny Berthel. I can him Johnny because of Menem twice. We share a birthday and unnecess- Twitter handle he is Frank castle. You know, going up against some pretty stiff competition here. Lindgren Tom Jane combs metamorphose leaving. And and of course, Ray Ray Stevenson can comb Ray Ray can. Yeah. I just that. These are these are really great. And the the scuttlebutt is that we may see them again at some point. But apparently, the can't be deployed in any marvel Disney, plus Hulu, whatever it is for two years after their last appearance on that flicks. So we may yet see the dream team once again, sorry, dramatic to one. Tim, tim? Yeah. Are surprised by this the way, we knew that Netflix was cleaning house in a way. A Netflix, sniffer belief you figures, but it was lots of speculation this week about the fact that Netflix had to pay marvel and Disney premium to use these characters that maybe fewing figures were declining little bit to people who do monitor things like social media buzz and whatnot. It was dropping with each successive season. So maybe this isn't a surprise. And also, quite frankly with the way that the other studios Disney and Warner Brothers Sony on all the big studios.
"mike colter" Discussed on WLAC
"Vanderbilt University reuse of this presentation is prohibited. Without the express written consent of Vanderbilt University and learfield IMG college announcers are provided by learfield. IMG college and approved by Vanderbilt University. Mike Colter back inside the network's studios tough one for the Commodores tonight as they fall on the road to Arkansas a final of sixty nine to sixty six Vanderbilt false did nine and thirteen this season now, oh and nine in the SEC Arkansas fourteen and eight and wonders of their last four SEC games are at five and four in league. Play coke zero sugar has great coke taste was zero sugar and zero calories. Enjoy delicious refreshment in a whole new way pick one up and try the real coke taste of coke zero sugar today. They can look at action around the SEC tonight. Number one. Tennessee remains perfect in the league improving the twenty one and one on the season now nine and knowing the SEC vol's knockoff, Missouri at home in Knoxville, seventy two to sixty Auburn at home hosting Florida. The Tigers righted the ship over the weekend with a twenty one point win over Alabama. Could they keep it going tonight against the Florida Gators? Fifty eight four to forty seven eleven minutes remaining data shows on defense again Harper sideline right back out for Lonzo. Ball of the for. Boris fracture. Mic. Uber from learfield. I n g college Auburn cruises. Eight fourteen point home win over the Gators. Seventy sixty do the final Sameer Doty with twelve points and five rebounds in the win for Auburn who approves the five and four it SEC action for two conversely falls to four and five number five Kentucky route South Carolina in Lexington. Seventy six to forty eight EJ Montgomery with the double double eleven points and thirteen rebounds for him. The Wildcats now eight and one in league play Frank. Martin's Gamecocks fall to six and three quick roundup of the top twenty five games. Recently, got vinyl Kansas state surprises and upsets rival number thirteen Kansas, seventy four to sixty seven big win for the Wildcats there at home in the little apple in Manhattan. Kansas Nebraska, North Carolina all over rival NC state tonight in Chapel Hill one thirteen to ninety six the final Luke maye thirty one points and twelve rebounds. Number two, Duke look in the far as well. Defeating Boston College by twenty-five in Cameron, eighty two fifty five I on Williams at sixteen point. Seventeen rebounds, number seven Michigan. Dow twenty one and two on the season, wolverines dot com. Rutgers on the road, seventy seven to sixty five the fighting a liability though with possibly the upset of the night back. They do have the upset of the night Illinois, defeats number nine. Michigan state seventy nine to seventy four Saint John's ever number ten Marquette, seventy to sixty nine eight it was twenty second ranked Florida state beating Syracuse eighty two sixty two I get in the final Arkansas each Vanderbilt tonight sixty nine to sixty six from our player of the game as well as Commodore head coach Bryce, drew after this one. You're listening to Vanderbilt basketball from learfield. I n g college today, we're discussing I hear writing seminar history. Professor Dennis Dickerson learned about the impact of the sixties freedom rides when.
"mike colter" Discussed on WLAC
"Well, if you imagine in this game Kentucky dominated pretty much every category, including points in the paint. Can't thirty to Vanderbilt twelve on points in the paint in an eighty seven fifty two cats victory. Vanderbilt led in scoring by Sabin Lee with fifteen points. He was four for nine from the field one for three from three six for nine from the line. He was also tied for the lead in rebounding. Or actually he was second in rebounding is semi Shittu had six five assists three turnovers. Saving played thirty eight minutes. Tim, it's pretty clear to me. At least the way this thing is going right now Bryce drew was kind of at a point where he can't not play saving savings got to be on the court almost all the time and and air knee Smith. Those are the guys that are are bringing it. And you know, you got to be in a situation where yet you gotta almost play those guys forty minute Naismith played thirty eight minutes tonight as well. He was five for nine four for six from three point range, fourteen points, three rebounds, three assists. He did have three turnovers in his thirty eight minutes of play the other Commodore double figures was Matt Ryan he made four three pointers in the second half. He was four for nine twelve points. No assist, man. Had four turnovers where the turnover issue. Yeah. Tim twenty turnovers for this team. And and Kentucky's a solid defensive team. There's no question about that. But some of these turnovers were just for lack of a better word either careless or lackadaisical. Yeah. The. The one thing our margin of error is very slim, and when you talk about twenty turnovers, and they get twenty four points off those turnovers, you we don't have the personnel to win basketball games when that happens, and we have to do a much better job of taking care of the basketball. If we're going to win games, Johnny Wetzel five points tonight, no rebounds. He had played fifteen minutes and found out of the game three points for Matthew Moyer. He also had three rebounds at thirteen minutes. Three points, four rebounds for Cleveland Brown and the stat line that just screams at you. Tim is semi Sola Shittu over five from the field over one point range old for two from the free throw line. No points, six rebounds, one assist four turnovers in twenty nine minutes as just not getting done. You can't win. You can't be in a situation where you know, he he has that stat line in any place twenty nine minutes. That's it's really really difficult. Bet a player of that caliber just doesn't give you anything against a, you know, a a high caliber team, and if that's his stat line against a team like Kentucky, we have no chance zero chance and got to be frustrating too. For the senior Joe toy, you know, from Chicago only played he played sixteen minutes tonight. But he was over two from the field. No points. One rebound. No assists one turnover and sixteen minutes of play. Just that's and this is a guy that when this year began was scoring perimeter. I mean, he was aggressive. He was doing things offensively right now. Just not getting anything. You're not getting anything out of Joe, and he's a senior. And you know, he's one of those guys that is experienced, and you would hope that you'd get some some production out of him. But you're you're just not Maxwell Evans. Played nine minutes. Tonight. Did not score had one rebound and Vanderbilt's. Fifty two points Kentucky led in scoring by PJ. Washington. D was excellent twenty-six points. Nine of fifteen from the field hit all three of his three pointers. He also had twelve. Rebounds is six double double of the season. A couple of cysts three steals in twenty nine minutes of play. Also in double figures, Nick Richards, who kind of really kind of in garbage time if you will kind of to that through a couple of them in the second half, he had fourteen points and four blocked shots in nineteen minutes of play twelve points for Tyler hero who was six of thirteen from the field. Kelvin Johnson had eleven points for the cats seven points, six rebounds for Ashton Hagans. He had eight assists and one turnover in thirty minutes. I mean, he is he is the guy that I think has taken Kentucky to the next level. He was the guy that settled down has become he's been he's the guy that drives this offense. I mean, he he drives the offense. But at the same time he is also a really really good defensive player. And you know, you talk about eighty seven points, but Kentucky has become a really solid defensive team. No question about that is Hagans with seven points, six rebounds eight. Assists on the night six points for Emmanuel quickly six points. Jamal Baker four points for EJ Montgomery one point for re Travis that's another thing. Here's here's the kid. Two time. First team all conference in the Pac twelve they get one point out of him tonight didn't matter. I mean, that's the that to me is the sign of a good team. When you have a star player that doesn't have a good night. And you're still find a way to play the well star player one of your starters. And you still have four four players in double figures. Yeah. John Calipari a lot of credit. He's he's gotten his team to a point where they're playing at a really really high level. They're executing at both ends of the floor in it appears to me that their daily really really like playing one thing. So so now for Vanderbilt on the road, Missouri on Saturday seven thirty what does Bryce drew do? Now, given what we saw tonight. Oh, you gotta try to prepare play one game at a time. You can't think anything beyond the tip in Columbia, Missouri. And for those forty minutes, you you better bring it or you're going to continue to get drummed. And if you don't. You know, what the outcome's going to be an every player every coach everybody has to be in a situation where they're laser focused on that game only. And then when games over the next one, and you know, I think that that's the mentality that you really got to focus on that forty minutes of play in Columbia that game is seven thirty on Saturday night are broadcast begins with Papa John's pregame show starting at seven from Columbia, Missouri. My thanks to Tim Thompson has always likes to Mike Colter. Mike sue come back and wrap things up for you from.
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