17 Burst results for "Mindy Kelly"
"mindy kelly" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano
"You're listening to comedy central. I was at the movies <hes> <hes> yesterday and before the movie started they had this long ad bad where there are trying to say like you know those ads where it's like don't download things illegally etc and the way they did is they were like back. You wouldn't steal a purse would you. You wouldn't think of stealing a car and i was thinking about it as watching it. I was like you know what i would steal a car. If it was as easy as like touching the car and then thirty seconds later i owned the car the and like i would steal a car by stealing the car the person who owned the car car. They got to keep the car and steel car. If <hes> no one had ever met uh-huh ever bought a car before that was kaeling from comedy death ray in two thousand seven sustained up at christmas stuff for knowing the cowboys. What a cute little show. We have what a cute show today comedy central. We changed her name from comedy central khloe to g._d._p. Gaels khloe gals autocratic not here so instead. We have a jar of honey honey. How are you doing today. <hes> love first of all. Your boy has a huge crush on mindy caling married probably or whatever i'm sure she is but <hes> i'm sure i've always loved mindy kelly even if she wasn't she's. I'm probably not her type but i've always loved mindy mindy kaeling yeah and i didn't know she did could stand up but just listening to her. She obviously knew she was hilarious genius but i didn't know that you ever did stand up so that was like a cute little surprised to find out well. I think she'd like a lot of like performance former stuff like her. Matt ban was like her first show. Okay she did in new york which like about <hes> <hes> ben affleck and matt that damon who if you if you could hear someone who pose a question if you could strap on a dildo while you cancer in a dildo if possible would you shop at a deal don't and bang out matt damon i or ben affleck i but i have to do both just okay. You know what actually yeah. I implies yeah. You have to accession of you have to do both. So who are you going to. Who are you doing. I and why matt damon out of the way and then move onto cute little benny you got it. I would if i was going to if one of them was going to bang me in the ass. I prefer both at the same time but if i had to go one by one i definitely would say mattamy tame. I okay because i feel like a little bit more gentle and then i would just let ben affleck fucking ravaged. I would try and seduce ben affleck nick and then go into his pocket and take out his phone and get jennifer garner's phone number call her. That's my scheme jennifer garner if you could bump posts with jennifer garner would you bumpers is the scientific term <hes> yeah. What's the what's the the game movie that she's in <hes>. I dunno no love simon. She's that's her. She's the mom in that movie and it made me cry so much. She does a little impromptu..
"mindy kelly" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"The past few months but i hope you're able to sort of realize the impact actor having and what you're doing for indian cuisine in america. I hope so i mean i also feel like i am benefiting from like a wave of people bull and books that came before me. That's sort of like fomented this happening. I feel like my book arrived at the right time or you had breathy mystery three and nick sharma an offshoot gomez that sort of paved the way in showed that there isn't just one type of indian cookbook and that we all have these really unique perspectives to share you know. I think i try to make it so that my book isn't this is how you make indian food. This is like the definitive take but like this is really. This is the indian food that i grew up with and i think it's really tasty and really accessible so maybe it'll help you get into the food. Do you think it's also part of a bigger appreciation just for indian culture and indian american culture you know you've got priyanka chopra on the cover vince style and vogue yeah. I was thinking about that. I mean i a hundred percent think that there is a relationship between brianca chopra mindy caling and the popularity of indian food. I mean i never cultural troll moment it. It really is and i you. I never in a million years ever thought that bianca chopra someone who i grew up watching bollywood movies would be considered a mainstream stream figure in america but it gives me a ton of hope to see that too or that you'd be discussed in the same sense as mindy kaeling and priyanka chopra i mean. I don't think i'm there yet bunch. Uh-huh pre chris note mindy kelly show where there you go. You're just in a sentence with the two of them. Yeah i wouldn't quite a full sense and you know what i mean. Yeah i hope one day. I get to meet branka chopra. I met him indicating in passing many many years ago but maybe i'll get to meet her again but it is is an interesting dilemma for you because you gave that wonderful talk jubilee about not wanting to be pigeonholed or token is used and now you have become an indian food expert which is something. You're kind of trying to avoid well. It's funny because it's almost as though like as a home cook. I'm totally fine nine being the indian food expert but as a journalist. I don't just want to be the indian food expert and i've tried to make that really clear because at bone app they're constantly asking me like are there other dishes dishes. You want to make and i'm like i don't think that me making pasta will contribute much but i think me making indian food like i think i think that's where i have the most to offer whereas as a journalist..
"mindy kelly" Discussed on The Date Podcast
"One twenty. One twenty is the like it's like the fourteenth percentile of all computation told this chicken sargus love her but i don't think that the crashes were that smart. They're all stupid. Kim kardashian <hes>. I mean she married a west like really like collectively like i q is probably like maybe together. It's one twenty ninety five. I told you this is why i love paris. Hilton have have nothing but respect. I queued this not this. It's not an indicator of succession social intelligence. No wait a second kim has branded. Dan herself way better than than ran at her mom brain at them so it's not really her mom branding them peres like brandon herself. Are we just going off topic here. We get me started on my beautiful inspiration. That is paris hilton. Okay i love her to it death. She can do nothing wrong and my wife except when maybe like she's not being friends with nicole richie. That was the only thing that she ever did that. I was like screaming. Appears hilton tune just copied cam because kim had a sex tape so paris hilton. Kim had a show so the perez hilton so i don't know i think i think network i saw paris made her so who has the most have been known and if it hadn't been for paris when she was cleaning closet a long time ago like a are we playing seal who has the highest network is it is it pairs hilton kim kardashian like this whiskies like burning throat as kim kardashian in her net worth but who do you think is higher parents. Now it's close. It's close us cameras. A three fifty million paris's three hundred. That's wants to do that means. It doesn't matter but i._q. Because they're making the same the amount of money will they just they have amassed the same amount of net worth yeah anyways. This just remember like paris. Is that this all on her own. She didn't mean her grandfather. Wait a second. She has the last name of hilton so don't even say trump her grandfather. Cut her off and look at how successful i think we she do poll who like ask who is who so i am team kim. You're team paris and let's see who wins. I am going to go get my p._h._d. Now just despite you dummy i think i think you're i._q.'s one twenty. Though have you ever been inside of my brain. Sometimes i really question like how i'm still alive and well the dumb things i do and say okay what's next all right so one of my b j novak from the office celebrated his fortieth birthday this forty he ages he gets him and mindy kelly because she also celebrated her look fortieth birthday like a few weeks ago so he had up birthday party and jennifer fisher who was pam beesley angela kinsey who was angel martin and oscar oscar attended so did mindy killing of course but was weird about this because i was looking at pictures is that which always cracks me up anytime anyone friends with him. I don't know why i just think it's really funny. John mayer was there. Yes it always cracks me up any time i see john. Mayer is a pimp it just like like he's like for like andy's baby shower from bravo like he was the only other guy invited all the housewives were like stripping and dancing dancing in the baby shower it was hilarious and then john mayer is like hanging out this john maher good looking at you know like she he he dated like everybody. He dates arizona arizona for aniston. Why don't mike have like a slut. Yeah bob saga was there too. He's a sled to is. He very nice to w weren't invited. They'll clean out of it a forever invite a._j. Novak all right. That's all i have <hes> after like we went on like what are ten minute tangents all night who smarter okay. Let's talk about finishes so let me ask you a question one question okay. Let me get my paper. My paper okay lots of questions. Will we'll make this easy. Don't look at my paper happen like you. Can't you can't type right now. We're we're in the middle of a show. Gosh these questions so long. People bull short questions only okay no. I don't like that one either russian before okay. I am thirty nine female dating again after a divorce. What am i good friends. Gave me this advice find chinaman. Just below your league. He'll cherish you so much more thoughts. That's not the first time i've heard that yeah but i mean gene so i'm not gonna say he'll in my life has had this to me. We kill it was killed last week. I've been told multiple times multiple people in my life all throughout my life to always marry someone that loves me more than i love them. What's almost thing research and to basically the same thing to find someone. That's it's gonna be like a lesser than me so they can appreciate me more. What does that mean lesser like. You know like like looks wii. I okay yeah <hes> so into you more than you into them yeah for sure <hes> um which always cracks me up. I'm not going to say who said it because a lot of people have said it so wouldn't have time to name me. This is something that you should you. Should you know listen to follow no yeah because i think it's ridiculous. I think but i have read some studies. I think we have talked about just before that like if a man dates a woman if a man is harder than a woman then it leads to less successful relationships if the woman is hotter than the man then it's more successful hotter than the man well look at jennifer aniston and brad pair there who's hotter i it's hotter honestly okay kim kardashian and who's gonna tell me now you have to answer. I think <hes> i think kim kardashian's definitely hotter tank. What's another couple <hes> doing couples. I don't even know any pulsed right now. What about jennifer gardner partner will they already like tipplers divorce <hes> a rod and j. lo jaylo hands down. She's hotter <hes> oprah or stutman. Send men looks like but i'm assuming oprah. Has anyone even seem instead of a real person. Apparently it is okay. What what are we doing. Okay so that is something that you should not follow. That's bullshit. Yeah it's funny though i'm curious to know where that friend if that friend follows that policy and her dating life life that there is some logic to that because if like if i'm dating jennifer aniston all my gosh i would definitely like love her more than she would love to be a point of like where there's going to be a little bit of anger and resentment though oh you don't think therapist tell us more is that right right well. I mean like let's think about it from like the power balance lake perspective like if someone it sort of has more power and and so like if you constantly feel like you're doing everything for her. I think that a point like you become angry and resentful towards what about money she has a millionaire and i'm just like a thirty thousand dollar air at that point. You just need to let go of your ego zoric because women all the time man and like okay so i've been watching the real housewives again like just branch is because i'm in love with drama in love with each one though re watching you need jersey in atlanta's us by the way sorry she felt like a smarter human being than him so that is dating dating beneath you yeah yeah.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on The Frame
"American folk legend Bob Dylan. He had one minor geographical problem. That's next on the frame weekend. Welcome back to the frame weekend. I'm John Horn. There's a new martial arts film that is kicking its way into theaters this weekend and this one might leave you with some deeper thoughts than say wax on wax off from the karate kid the art of Self Defense Stars Jesse Eisenberg. He plays timid man who decides to join a Dojo after being brutally beaten he came to the right place learning karate your blade sharpening you. There's a mental component in as well. I mean like believing in myself. I won't hurt. I'm talking about something a little different. What's your favorite style? I love music. I don't contemporary no should be metal. Listen to metal you mean like hardrock. Metal is much more aggressive in hard rock from now on you. Listen to meddle toughest music there is the karate studio is run by terrifying sense a WHO believes that real man only listened to heavy metal music and that women will never be as as good as men on the set the film's writer director Riley Stearns took a decidedly opposite view than that fictional send say mostly hiring women to head up his departments and that includes the film stunt coordinator and fight choreographer geographer Mindy Kelly the two of them recently came to the frame studios to talk about their collaboration on the art of self defense. I made the decision longtime ago that I wanted to coordinate and not just be performer and that's why I built my name up the music videos and from that by word of mouth. I don't have an agent or manager I've just by word of mouth booked and had a career. It's all been relationships like everyone has brought who's brought. Her name is worked with her so it was just personal experiences that kind of brought us together. I'm over the origins of the story. Where did it start to coalesce? Once I kind of set the figured out the setting it really was a matter of just saying what's interesting to me. What what have I been thinking about and I really started and of being honest myself that I didn't know who I was as a man didn't <hes> kind of understand society's expectations of me as a man and those thoughts and fears really started seeping their way into the script so yeah trying to pitch my agents manager like I'm doing this lake dark comedy set in the world of Crotty body but it's about masculinity and how dumb men can be sometimes I there? They definitely didn't understand it at first but they told me to just run with it and see where it would gonna take me and <hes> it's crazy how much it made sense to me. Even though it's such weird kind of amalgamation of all these different thoughts and ideas we're talking with Riley stearns writer director of the art of self defense and Mindy Kelly who was the film stunt coordinator and fight choreographer and while it's a black comedy mindy the violence is in it is very real so when you are thinking about the stunts and how you're going to depict violence what were the conversations you had with Riley had. How did you work to make sure that it looked like people were really getting hurt? Badly first of all that means I did my job and I did it well <hes> to get her response but that's how you create changes by making people feel feel uncomfortable like we watch so many superhero movies were hundreds of people are getting killed and no one feels anything so having the one arm break and someone feels something like that's what I wanted to do with action action design is that we feel that we are humans we do hurt we feel everything and so riley like he wanted it to be shot. In the way there's like no cameras speed ramping or anything that did feel pretty aground carell and would be device to make it look like <hes> Matrix we didn't want any of that and we we really to we wanted the first part of the movie to feel more formalistic and like show karate in the way that you've seen it done on on film before and then as the phone progresses there. There's a grittiness to it. <hes> mindy definitely had like scenes where she could go more <hes> movie or what we call it and we movie food which is like a version of karate or or Kung Fu where it works on on screen in a different way and then we wanted a part of the film where it turned more brutal and and animalistic and Mindy was able to kind of like give me exactly what I needed depending on the scene. What is this idea of movie Fu as opposed to Kung Fu? What does it entail tail? How much of that did you try to incorporate in the film and what were the what you're marching orders from Riley <hes> well? Maybe something that I've actually been studying for over a decade now. Because when I moved to Hollywood I realized that everything that I knew about martial arts or films he added completely threw out the window because like enemy fighters or anything like that that doesn't sell on camera to get of like rap lane in terms of like all right. You don't WanNa hurt somebody okay so you have to sell something without actually making contact. No your distance knowing your own like you have to be able to know that you're doing it back. Spinning Hook kick when you turn around the actor didn't duck so you have to be able to stop yourself so you don't kick him in the face. You can only do so many punches right and fighting but it's how you play that punch. It's the emotional intention behind. I'm not and that's what brings it to life and it's real take can be without people having broken those exactly an even to if it's funny that sometimes you'll see actors want to actually hurt each other like like if you're if you're slapping somebody in the scene you really do it. Sometimes real is not what you're after. Sometimes you do need the movie version of something and it sells it more which is always learning experience experience for me but Mendis great at knowing what you need to do to actually.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on The Frame
"You're going to be a guy who works at a pawnshop and that's it and we're GonNa make a movie and Mike. How is this GONNA take? She says two weeks my really all right then all right. I'll do it today on the frame weekend how Marc Maron and filmmaker Lynch Shelton through together and improvised movie in a matter of days later for movie about toxic masculinity in a karate studio stunt coordinator Mindy Kelly choreographed some very brutal fight scenes. We watched so many superhero movies were hundreds of people are getting killed and no one feels anything so having the one arm break and someone feels something. That's what I wanted to do with action and action design. Is that like we are humans we'd do her. We feel everything and we visit with Linda Ronstadt as she celebrates her seventy third birthday. It's the frame weekend for the Broadcast Center at K._p._C._C.. I'm John Horn stick with us.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"And so the movie is like a comedy but underneath dollars all of these bigger themes that I think people are relating to even thought about sort of domino effect because like you know every single time you come into confrontation you think like for the next month revisiting it like on differently I would I should I should it on that and you see that a lot in your character Casey. Yes exactly A._K._C.'s. He's An and the movie I should also say like stylized a bit so it takes place in this world that you can't exactly pinpoint time. We're trying so hard on my ninety nine. Let's see four exactly you can tell yeah and I think also like so. The characters are stylized as well so when character is like in his like timid phase in the beginning he's like timid to an absurd extreme where he can't you know in the opening scene that he's drinking coffee and the people sitting at the table next to him at the coffee place are speaking French and making fun of him in French and then he gets into his car and you realize that actually he's been learning French on CD so it seems like the whole world is against this guy all these horrible coincidences happen to him and so like you know he's timid to the extreme which is kind of like and then when he's aggressive he's aggressive to an extreme like punches his boss in the throat. I love that part so much and this is like a wickedly funny and also very dark at points film. There was only shot and I read twenty one days. Is that right yeah. It was a small independent movie in Louisville Kentucky is that could grind to get something done that quickly yet is except as an actor you build up this momentum like a movie like I've Been Batman movie where like one hundred seventy something days something like that and the movies are like generally the same length so it's not like you you know that's like a television series that makes sense so what ends up happening on a movie like that as you have so much downtime and you kind of go away for two months and then come back to this and so you lose any momentum whereas this you don't have a break. You're kind of working during lunch and so you have this like great momentum for an actor. There's nothing better than like momentum because you're kind of like an emotional state and you want to maintain that state rather than like have time to question everything. Did you have to do like a boot camp for karate or anything because some of your moves pretty legit thank you yeah. I did like yeah like a three week. Boot camp is probably horrifying what I did but I did like kind of like intensive training with this woman Mindy Kelly. She was like the fight coordinator. She's also like one of the best martial artists in the world. You can google her. She probably would hate me for saying that. There's does these amazing videos of her like back spinning in the air and doing all this and so we did like three weeks of that what's ironic is that like the movie is really like a lot of movies about kind of Misogyny and sexism and there's one character in the movie he was the only female student in in class and she's a brown belt in the sense. WHO's this horrible guy says she'll never be able to be a black belt precisely because she's a woman and of course the the person who is coordinating all of the karate and the movie and who's the best person onset was Kelly? We talked a little bit before we started this interview. It's like off off Mike about different types of movies because you're asking us things that we review. You've been in a pretty wide variety of different things something smaller movie like this that you said you loved doing. You've been in a battle. You've been comic movie. You're in a sequel coming up in Zombie double tap which is a sequel to an original movie and everything right now like we went so liking last night everything right now while we love them three makes its ten poll project. It's vendor movies. Where do you fall with that with like where the industry is right now in terms of where it should go and like when you take a project which could be taken so many different things you played real people like we'll get social network like where does your kind of head fall with all that in terms like the state of the industry right now types of movies that are being made and getting more not even being made but getting marketed take the most <hes> my fingers like a bit off the pulse partly because I have a young child but also partly because I don't really go to movies that much I've not even seen a comic book movie actually like I know that sounds crazy but I just I it wasn't like on my radar too much <hes> and but I will say like there are some really amazing things like when I was a teenager in the suburbs from Long Island I grew up in New Jersey like I didn't have access to like seeing a movie like the art of Self Defense but this movie is going to be on like I don't know streaming anything and a few months like then be able to see that in this would've been like my favorite movie at fourteen and it would have made my sense of humor that much better because it's just a fisted funny movie so in that sense I think things are like a lot better and more accessible even though the movies that seemed to dominate like the a box office or whatever seem to be kind of like things that are from brands or rides or whatever or even like the movie I did Zombie Line which is like a sequel to movie so I mean I guess it's easy to have a cynical perspective but also easy to say like it's amazing? What people have access to that they didn't also we'll say like the Zombie? Land Sequel was only made because we waited like ten years for it wasn't like we made it right. After capitalizing on a movie that was popular like the all the actors in it like did it because they really love it like we have like good example because it comes out next week. We tweeted about it last night. Some clips came out. There's some people who are like very cynical about it like like. Why does it even happen? Does that bother you like and I say you said you're a little off the post but like what do you do you get the sense that of bothers people people or is this just part of Hollywood works like Hollywood goes through the motions that type of things that are released. Oh yeah I also try not to be like emotionally like bothered by entertainment things that people really get wrapped up in because I just really really try to force myself to take a step back and not get angry about movie stuff because it just seems to me like to miss like there are so many things to get angry about the world we kinda strange when people and it's not Okuda Matata being sung by realize that isn't one okay for me. Is that like I probably would feel that way but because I'm the recipient of criticism I was in a Batman movie that was criticized and like a few people get really emotional about it and so my defense mechanism and coping mechanism for being criticized for being in a movie and getting my acting criticize criticize or whatever is to think like why would you get so upset about that and there's some truth to it like why would you get so upset about something. When you're like tragedies befalling the world also I married a woman who works in one hundred fifty underserved schools in New York City her students have like amazing problems problems life like facing real horrible life circumstances and so when I go home after my work I'm with a woman who's been with people who are going through real tragedies and difficult things in life and so like it puts my life in perspective as an actor need that kind of thing in my life otherwise I think I would get swept up something that would be yeah? It makes sense also want to know people listening you mentioned you have a young child and you were in Indiana hat and we talked about four or Co.. Host has a young child that has an Indiana fan is just it's like you're almost like our third co host his name. Can we can't just get now. You're you're basically you. You might just replaced our co host. I do want to talk about Zombie land. We love big fans very excited. I mean Jeez. Thanks for making us wait ten years coming out in the fall to I feel like this isn't like there's always been discussions about there being sequel but it all kind of felt like it came together so quickly right it came together so quickly after yes after like they figured it out partly just doing having to do with the schedules of the actors you know they have a brief window but we've been trying to do it for ten years really and then so like the writers who wrote Zombie like Deadpool and their movements and so like part of it was like getting them back to rewrite address they had written after the first movie came out so there was like a series of things that had to come together and it's also partly just luck that everybody was available to do it at the time. It's not like you guys were twiddling your thump and you got nominated for an Oscar nominated. One one woody Harrelson nominated for president he had one. I'm glad you guys finally caught up to her nomination. I it kind of everything yeah I. I feel like you guys have done so much now. Come together and it's almost it's not that I doubted there would be one but it seemed like it almost had passed so much time and you guys have been doing so many different projects that it's yeah that's surprising but the the fan reaction has to be great. There's people outside side of the earth this yeah of course the downside of that is that expectations are so high whereas the first Zombie land was kind of like a surprise which is a safer place to be and you know but I think it's great like I just know from being onset like every scene felt like really funny and good in the story felt great and like the scenes scenes like the actual like the head describe it like the kind of modernization of how we perceive the zombies I mean that sounds like an insane thing to say like an academic thing to say that a Zombie comedy but like like new strands of it it feels like fresh original. Take rather than kind of rehashing something that was already cute. Do you want to slip up and tell us anything we don't know yet. If you tell me the name of your co host I'll tell you what Oregon car racing show in England where they have this car racing guy who you drive with and his name is steak. Do you know about this. Why do I sound so it's the same thing no one can this guy is and I went on the show and just spent the entire like hour trying gear top gear tough year? Okay didn't in Matt Leblanc over in fact I think I was on his first episode or something after he took it over and it's too good when you first got the script for the original Zombie like where's your head out with that because I was actually reading. I read stories awhile ago about this. I guess what he when he showed up for his first interview but the thing he was only rollerblade something here just like the culmination is because supposed to be like it was originally a T._v.. 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"mindy kelly" Discussed on KPCC
"Eighty nine point three KPCC KPCC supporters in food center theatre group presenting the play that goes wrong Sherlock Holmes a Monty Python had a Broadway baby you get to play that goes from a murder mystery filled with miss Hanson madcap mania with an unconscious leading lady of course they can't play dead and actors and trip over everything including their line the play that goes wrong is the Tony Award winning comedy The New York Times called gut busting through August eleventh tickets at Ahmanson theatre dot org welcome back to the frame I'm John horn there's a new martial arts film that just hit theaters and this one might leave you with some deeper concepts to think about than say the karate kid the art of self defense stars Jesse Eisenberg he plays a timid man who decides to join a Joe Joe after being brutally beaten as for the Joe Joe it's run by a terrifying sensei who believes real men only listen to heavy metal and that women will never be as good as men on the set writer director rightly stern's took a decidedly opposite view that his fictional sensei mostly hiring women to head up his departments and that included the film's stunt coordinator and fight choreographer Mindy Kelly when I sat down with Stearns and Kelly I start out by asking how they first met the very first conversation we had we were at a Portugal the man show because we're friends with like a lot of those guys and my cinematographer was already aware of her kind of work and and he put us together and said you guys like she should be the one that we get for the film and that was the very first conversation we had and then I think you I sent you the script and then very shortly there after your like yet don't I'm I'm down this immigrate and then it was like a year later more before we made the film so in many there are there are not a lot of jobs for women as stunt coordinators and they're not a lot of films that have martial arts it kind of is the center of the story some wondering how did you react to it both personally professionally with there were they kind of both at the same time this was the transition over from music videos and commercials if but I'm excited because I felt like a graduate of music videos Alagappa under this but it was surreal I felt like I've been trying my whole life for this moment wow but it is hard isn't it for women to go from TV or music videos in the features that feels like from the stunt performers I know the corners it's very male world absolutely I am I made the decision along time ago that I wanted to start coordinate and not just be a performer and that's why I built my name up for music videos and from not by word of mouth I don't have an agent or manager I've just by word of mouth booked and had a career it's often relationships like everyone has brought who's brought her name up as you work with her so it was just personal experiences that kind of brought us together I'm over the orders of the story where did it start to call us once I wake and kind of set the figured out the setting it really was a matter of just saying what's interesting to me what what if I've been thinking about and I really started and being honest to myself that I didn't know who I was as a man didn't kind of understand society's expectations of me as a man and those thoughts and fears really just started seeping their way into the script so yeah trying to pitch my agency manager who like doing this like dark comedy set in a world of cruddy but it's about masculinity and how dumb men can be sometimes hi there they they definitely didn't understand it at first but they told me to just run with it and see where it would just gonna take me and it it's crazy how much it made sense to me even though it's such a weird kind of a mall commission of of all these different thoughts and ideas many I'm wondering how much of that story resonated with you that Riley was looking at not just martial arts but this whole kind of concept of toxic masculinity in around at about the way men treat each other and the way that they don't treat women in a in a good way well I think that it goes for both flat women and men that it it the human condition resonates with each person so the same things that he has for years thought concerns as same thing that women experience as well so that each character's relatable to me and it's not just about male or female it's a quality that's been interesting to me terraces going from one city to city meeting different people it's it's definitely my perspective of being a white male growing up lower middle class in Texas like this is my experience and personal alike experience by I am finding it fascinating that will matter relating to it a different way than I may be expected that there was such a personal story but they're relating to it and women are relating to in a very different way and even people are transit kind of approach me after the fact and talked about their experience and how this film mirrors and relates to it in a way that I wasn't expecting it's been interesting or play cut for both of you which gets I think to the heart of the ridiculous nature of misogyny at the heart of the sensei who's running this what what we call it a cult what is that I mean it it's a dojo first and foremost that he the way that he's going about teaching is is cult like and I think that there's there's cult like elements martial arts period but he's taking it to the nth degree and he's talking about one of his most talented students who is a woman Schering your bluebells occurring charging a children's class day during a maternal instincts she's a woman she let her feminine tendencies interfere with a karate I realize now that are being a woman will prevent it from ever becoming a man I mean it is both kind of pathetic but also in many ways trio and that's also under Nevada who's playing that character many I suspect that something you've heard before and in your life yes but it's there's present because everything I don't think that being a woman as a weakness I think that there are different aspects to make me unique and different and I find the strength the myself and yeah my weaknesses in my vulnerability in my heart and the things that make me different than a man makes me stronger and my own way we're talking with Riley stern the writer director of the art of self defense and midi Kelly who is the film's stunt coordinator and fight choreographer there is a kind of running joke about the rules that are in place to destroy Joe and there are rules that obviously you need to respect to make sure your depiction it accurately but when you're working with the actors what was it what were the rules that you had for them and how much are they aligned with the rules for this fictional dojo will serve each character Jesse was only supposed to be all about and imagines always was be a brown belt but actually black belt and then also under this sensei so with creating like their movement and their world like I kept it in those little bubbles yeah and so Jesse development was yell about but then also everything else happens in film and then in me like what she stands for and bodies like she is a very much so a good there like a lot of myself my own experiences it within her movement because our story telling the movement of the imperfections of what makes things interesting so I didn't want to see the back of a stunt double I want to see Jessie do a jump front kick I want to see our Sonder like his energy is what exudes and make some sense say and so those there are no rules unless you make them but they lived in this world that we created and while it's a black comedy Mindy the violence and it is very real so when you are thinking about the stunts and how you're going to depict violence over the conversation you had with Riley had it how did you work to make sure that it looks like people are really getting hurt badly the first one is I did my job yeah yeah and I did it well and to get a response but that's how you create changes by making people feel feel uncomfortable like we watch so many superhero movies were hundreds of people are getting killed and no one feels anything yeah so having the one arm breaking someone feel something like that that's what I wanted to do with action an action design is that we feel like we are humans we do hurt we feel everything and so Riley like he wanted fit to be shot no where there's like no cameras speed ramping or anything that didn't feel great ground and rail and spat amping would be a device to make it look like it's a scam I checked yeah kind of matrix yeah even when any of that and we we really two we one of the first part of the movie to feel more formalistic and and like show karate and the way that you've seen it done on film before and then as the film progresses there there's a gritty Nestor it make em Mindy you definitely had like scenes where she could go more movie cut or what we call the family movie fail which is like a version of karate or a country where it works on on screen and in a different way and then we wanted a part of the film work turn more brutal and an animalistic and Mindy was able to kind of like give me exactly what I needed depending on that the scene what is this idea of movie for as opposed to come for a what does that entail how much of that did you try to incorporate in the film and what were they what your marching orders from Riley will movie through something that I've actually been sitting for over a decade now because when I moved to Hollywood I realize that everything that I knew about martial arts or films yeah it completely threw out the window because like MMA fighters or anything like that that doesn't sell on camera art form is you can give like rap plane in terms of like all right you want to hurt somebody okay so you have to sell something without actually making contact you know your distance knowing your own like you have to be able to know that you're doing a back spinning hook kick when you turn around the actor didn't duck to be able to stop herself so you don't get him in the face so I do this hope things are your like hitting yourself in the mirror and it's about reactions and knowing distance it's also I think of movement esophagus the vibration you can you can only do so many punches right a fight scene but how you.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on The Frame
"Them that much stronger than they already were Brent. Lang is the executive editor for film and Media at Variety Brent. Thanks so much for coming on the show. Thanks for having me coming up on the frame. A man who gets mug signs up for karate lessons and that's when the real violence begins and the art of self defense. There's a new martial martial arts film that just hit theatres and this one might leave you with some deeper concepts to think about than say the karate kid the art of Self Defense Stars Jesse Eisenberg. He plays a timid man who decides to join a Dojo so after being brutally beaten as for the Joe Joe it's run by a terrifying sense who believes real men only listen to heavy metal and that women will never be as good as men on the set writer director Riley Stearns. Took a decidedly opposite view than his fictional sensei mostly hiring women to head up his departments and that included the film stunt coordinator and Fight Choreographer Mindy Kelly when I sat down with stearns and Kelly I started out by asking gene how they first met the very conversation we had we were at a Portugal the man show because we're friends with like a lot of those guys and <hes> my cinematographer was already aware of her kind of work and and he put us together and said you got like she should be the one that we get for the film and that was the very first conversation we had and then I think you I sent you the script and then very shortly thereafter. You're like yeah dope. I'm down this is GonNa be great and then it was like a year later more before we made the film so in Mindy there there are not a lot of jobs for women as stunt coordinators and they're not a lot of films that have martial arts kind of center of the story so I'm wondering how did you react to it. Both personally professionally would were they kind of both at the same time. This was the transition over from music videos and commercials but I'm excited because I felt like I graduated from music video awhile ago got onto this <hes> but it was surreal <hes> I felt like I've been training my whole life for this moment wow but it is hard. Isn't it for women to go from T._v.. or music videos into features it feels like from the stunt performance. I know the coordinators. It's very male world trade. Oh absolutely I made the decision a long time ago that I wanted to coordinate and not just be a reformer and that's why I built my name up for music videos and from not by word of mouth. I don't have an agent or manager I've just by word of mouth booked and had a career. It's all been relationships like everyone has brought who's brought her name up as worked with her so it was just personal experiences that kind of brought us together. I'm over the origins of the story. Where did it start to coalesce? Once I kind of set the figured about the setting it really was a matter of just saying what's interesting to me. What's what have I been thinking about and I really started kind of being honest with myself that I didn't know who I was as a man didn't <hes> kind of understand society's expectations of me as a man and those thoughts and fears really just started seeping their way into the script so yeah trying to pitch my agents manager like I'm doing this like dark comedy set in the world of Crotty but it's about masculinity and how dumb men can be sometimes <hes>? They're they definitely didn't understand handed I but they told me to just run with it and see where it would gonna take me and <hes> it's crazy how much it made sense to me. Even though it's such a weird kind of a Maga mation of of all these different thoughts and ideas many I'm wondering how much of that story resonated ah you that Riley was looking at not just martial arts but this whole kind of concept of toxic masculinity in and around it about the way men treat each other and the way that they don't treat women in a in a good way well. I think that it goes for both AFL <hes> women and men that it the human condition resonates with each person so the same things that he has fears thoughts concerns are same thing that women experience as well so each character relatable to me. It's not just about male female. It's equality. That's been interesting to me. Too is is going from city to city meeting different people <hes> it's it's definitely my perspective of of being a white male growing up lower middle class. <hes> in Texas like this is my experience impersonal <hes> like experience but I'm finding it fascinating that men are relating to it in a different way than I maybe expected there was such a personal story but they're relating to it and then women are relating to it in a very different way and even people who are trans kind of approach me after the fact and talked about their experience and how this film mirrors at and relates to it in a way that I wasn't expecting it's been interesting. I want to play cut for both of you which gets I think to the heart of the ridiculous nature misogyny at the heart of the Sensi who's running this. What we call the colts <hes> what is the I mean I it's a doe Joe First and foremost that he the way that he's going about teaching is like and I think that there's elements to martial arts period but he's taking it to the degree and he's talking about one of his most talented students? Who is a woman and she under Blue Belt? I put her in charge of the children's class due to her maternal instinct. She is a woman she let her feminine Tendencies Interfere when Karate I realize now that her being a woman will prevent it from ever becoming a man I mean it is both kind of pathetic but also in many ways true and that's Alexandra Nivola. Who's playing that character mini? I suspect that something you've heard before in in your life yes but it's there's pros and cons to everything. I don't think that being a woman as a weakness I think that there are different aspects to make me unique and different and I find those strength the myself and yeah my weaknesses says and my vulnerability and my heart things that make me different than a man makes me stronger in my own way we're talking with Riley stearns the writer director of the art of self defense and Mindy Kelly who was the film stunt coordinator and fight choreographer. There is a running joke about the rules that are in place at this Dojo and there are rules that obviously you need to respect to make sure your depicting it accurately but when you're working with the actors what was what were the rules that you had for them and how much they aligned with the rules for this fictional Dojo also each character Jesse was only supposed to be yellow belt and imaging is only supposed to be a brown belt but actually black belt and then Al Saunders is Sensei so with creating like their movement their world world like I kept it in those little bubbles <hes> and so just development was yellow belt but then also everything else happens in the film and an Emmy like what she stands for and embodies like she is very much throw like with myself and my own experiences within her movement because their storytelling through movement <hes> the imperfections is what makes things interesting so I didn't want to see the back of a stunt double. I WANNA see Jesse do jump frank kick. I WANNA see Allesandro like his energy is what exudes and make some sense a and so <hes> those there are no rules unless you make them <hes> but they lived in those world thought we created and while it's a black comedy mindy the violence in it is very real so when you are thinking talking about the stunts and how you're going to pick violence what were the conversations you had with Riley had. How did you work to make sure that it looked like people were really getting hurt? Badly first of all that means I did my job and I did it well <hes> to get a response but that's that's how you create. Change is making people feel feel uncomfortable like we watch so many superhero movies were hundreds of people are getting killed and no one feels anything so having the one armed break and someone feels something like that's what I wanted to do with action and action design is that we feel like we are humans. We do hurt. We feel everything so riley like he wanted it to be shot. In a way there's like no cameras speed ramping or anything that did feel gritty aground and unreal and spat ramping would be a a device to make it look like <hes> it's kind of Matrix. We didn't want any of that and we we really to we wanted the first part of the movie to feel more formalistic and like show karate in the way that you've seen it done on film before and then as the film on progresses there there's a grittiness to it and <hes> mindy definitely had like scenes where she could go more <hes> movie or what we call it new movie food which is like a version of karate or Kung Fu where it works on on screen in in a different way and then we wanted a part of the turn more brutal and animalistic and Mindy was able to kind of like give me exactly what I needed depending on the scene. What is this idea of movie Fu as opposed to Kung Fu? What does it entail? How much of that did you try incorporate in the film and what were what you're marching orders from Riley <hes> well? Maybe something that I've actually been studying for over a decade now because when it moved to Hollywood I realized that everything that I knew about martial arts films. He added completely threw out the window because because <hes> like M._M._a.. Fighters or anything like that that doesn't sell on camera art form is like rap lane in terms of like all right. You don't WanNa hurt somebody okay so you have to sell something without actually making contact to know your distance knowing your own like you. You have to be able to know that you're doing back. Spinning Hook kick when he turned around the actor didn't duck so you have to be able to stop yourself so you don't kick them in the face so I do these little things where you're kidding yourself in the mirror and it's about reactions and knowing distance. It's <hes> it's also I think of movement at sound frequency vibration you can you can only do so many punches right and fighting but it's how you play that punch. It's the emotional tension behind that so that words can affect how a character reactor something something that somebody else's says in the same way that action or a punch kick can affect them you got to you got to sell it you got to you got to believe that what the other person has done is hurt you well. That's an emotional the the energy behind it so it's like Jesse like how oh he's frustrated angry and you know he's playing those notes that were given to them and that's what brings it to life and it's as real as it can be without people having broken those exactly and even to it's funny that sometimes you'll see actors want to actually hurt each other like like if you're if you're slapping somebody in the scene you really do it. Sometimes real is not what you're after. Sometimes you do need the movie version of something and it sells more which is always a learning experience experience for me but Mendis great at knowing what you need to do.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on The View
"This is a speed round that we're going to do and Mindy Kelly is going to be here tomorrow, but many, killing who's on the cover of glamor magazine will be here, as I said on Friday minster, she's very glad about her. Unplanned pregnancy, because it didn't happen. She probably would have put off having kids indefinitely way, think to most people over think this idea of having kids or do people plan to hard speed round. I didn't think kit people planned enough because fifty percent of all, pregnancies in the US unplanned. And if you're sixteen and not married. Yes, sixteen or seventeen. Like my mom was then that's kind of difficult. So I don't know if that's the best situation to, to be. Okay. Okay. So what am I savor people ever in TV Lisa wing? And she says that Barbara Walters gave her advice. That's don't neglect, your personal life because I'm someone who was a bit of an overachiever and working all the time for some reason that has always stayed with me. What she said. So I think it's important to treat your personal life in your fertility the same way to your job and Barbara Walters. Liza link. Yes. And those are the two things for it said, oh, can love Jessica beat that she wants to keep the lines of communication open with ten year old daughter as she hits her tween years. So she started going to therapy sessions with her. Is this really going to stop her from, you know, going into the team tunnel or as the teen tunnel in that inevitable? Well, I think it's a helpful thing to have a ten year I would say psychodrama with help attain I do that. And you reverse roles with the people, yet, the bullies in the schools, you won't invite us to cycle. But I have a group that I really wanna do it with me. The group that I work with them. We recycle driving. I think it would work very well with the tenure with ten year old children, because they can see somebody else's point of view teaches, you empathy and teaches you. Hey, why is that bully acting like that before you know what you figure it out? Why somebody's being mean to you? If you reverse roles with them, that's all I don't know. Ten yes I don't know. I don't experience with that because my kids talked to me a lot. Sometimes, I feel that they share too much with me. Gabriel asked me a lot of questions and I and I give them those answers but I don't know ten euros sounds so young. That's not why can't you just to your kid because the you don't tell them these truth. That's why I think is really really important for everyone at healthy a lot when I was in grief and still do, but I will say when I was ten and I need to talk to my dad, he made me build dams, would you always think that's so funny that I had to build dams and in Greek, and it was good therapy, because it's like you're out physically, and you're talking and Bill dance. Bill jams. Not be Jack. We'll be right back. How does Elizabeth mafia about democratic candidates in protesters across the country saying the war on women in her series? The Handmaid's tale could become.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Specifically highway exit number is sixty five. Yikes. A lot more pleased. Very very careful four tonight. Zoe should be ending. We'll drop down to four we should see some sun tomorrow with a high of twenty right now the light snow continues in it is eighteen mytalk. Information please mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. I'm gonna need everything. On mytalk guy. All right. What do we have for your dirt wise Rambo last blood? Yes. This to be another Rambo movie. It'll open up in September. They say still Stallone. We'll give his final performance as John Rambo in. This fifty installment of the franchise. Let's see. I don't. I have nothing but laughter. Thank you. Vision on the show. So Rambo who's been working on a ranch natty crosses the US Mexico border divide a friend's kidnapped daughter and SUNY finds himself up against the full might. Kind of take in. Words Rambo versus the entire Mexican cartel. He doesn't need any timber. We have time to figure out how to be busy in September. So we don't have the lighter side, actually, the baby sitters gloves being rebooted on Netflix. Live action drama the baby sitters club for centers around dick area. Claudia Stacey in Barry this baby sitters club. Oh, it's based on the huge bestselling series of books. Mid nineties. Six. Johnny. And I did nothing but go out. Thanks. Yes. For that on Netflix ten episode series of the baby sitters club. And after making a big splash at Sundance the Mindy indicating Emma Thompson comedy late night. We're gonna get to see that this summer, June seventh. It'll open in theaters and it centers on a late night talk show host played by Thompson whose world is turned upside down when she hires or only female staff writer played by Mindy Kelly. Was about this. If only at word true that there were a legendary late tax show host the lady, but I like this pretend we're all true. That is your dirt update..
"mindy kelly" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Today on happy said confused Daniel Radcliffe goes to heaven for his new comedy miracle workers. Hey, guys, I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome to another edition of happy. Sad confused. I'm backing alive from the Sundance film festival guys. If you follow me on social media, you probably know by now that I was noxious tearing my way through Sundance seeing a ton of movies interviewing a ton of people and just trying to survive, although I will say the weather here in New York is way more brutal wasn't Sundance. So there's that. But yes, how to blast at Sundance my thirteenth Sundance in a row. I'm back every year. I love it. It was it was it was a trip. It was great. I saw like I said I'd probably between say it was like seventeen or eighteen different films. Some of my favorites included called the farewell starring Aquafina who had two films at the festival blinded by the white which is this delightful. Bruce Springsteen tinged story directed by the filmmaker behind bend like Beckham. It is heartwarming and sweet and filled with Springsteen songs. It's great. I saw a lot of a lot of them are gonna be hearing about later in the year late night from Mindy Kelly and starring Emma Thompson and Mindy is going to get a lot of attention big time outta leci-. With Davidson is gonna get a lot of attention. So I was able to catch up with a wad of a lot of quality things really interesting film called loose. That's going to be pretty provocative, and it's going to inspire. A lot of conversation waiter this year, it was a blast and conversations we talked to so. Oh, many great people. We've been putting out a lot of this conversations on MTV's social media on my social media and putting it out there. And and there's a ton more to come where we're we're we're basically I think flooding zone with extended interviews with all of the people I spoke to in the next week. So look out for if you wanted us follow the news YouTube or TV news is Twitter. My Twitter at all there. And it's conversations with. I mean army hammers AUSSIE beats lupita neon. Go. Josh Gad Aquafina. Jeff Goldblum, Chris O'Dowd? I mean, the list goes on and on it was it was an embarrassment of riches. So I hope you enjoyed and will enjoy my Sundance coverage live vicariously through me without all the exhaustion, and yeah, I hope you hope you check it out and enjoy as for this week's podcast, Mr. Daniel Radcliffe came back. He was one of the earliest guests on the podcast. He somebody. I've had the pleasure with talking to. I mean, probably dozens of times it's actually crazy to think about how many times I've done interviews with him here at film festivals sketches for after hours. He's he's always game. He's always down. He's the nicest guy in the room super talented super industrious, I've seen I think all have is theater. He's just the most gracious great guy can't say enough about him. And I'm so thrilled to say that his new series miracle workers that he came on to talk about is a delight. It is from a writer by name of Simon rich. And it's this high concept story of guardian angels. Daniel plays one of them, and is semi point. God who's this kind of fed up the deity that's just sort of like done with the earth. And it's it's high-concept and weird. But it's totally. It's it's hilarious. My sense of humor dance sense of humor. If you like my stuff, if you enjoy the comedy that I've done I think you're gonna enjoy miracle workers it starts on February twelfth on TBS highly recommended in this conversation was fantastic. As it is with, Dan. He's unguarded. He's honest. He's open. Yes. We talk, of course, Potter stuff and fantastic beasts and curse child. But he's so much more than that. We talk about sort of wear he came upon the manners that he's shows and the way he carries himself on an offset the choices he's made. The future projects. He's looking to do his newfound love of Star Wars is about comic book movies. There's a lot here. I think you'll enjoy this one as much as I did..
"mindy kelly" Discussed on KNSS
"Morning here on Cayenne s s it's time for entertainment news, we call it the blur with Ted Woodward. Take it away dead. Yeah. Hollywood met real life as an actor portraying Mexican drug pin? King drug kingpin, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman sat in on Gu's Mons federal trial in New York. Alejandro EDA's says he was told that El Chapo was aware of his presence as the defendant waved at him at a says, it was a very surreal moment. I have to be honest. We're looking at is ETA plays El Chapo in the Netflix series, narcos Mexico. He called the chance to come to New York to observe El Chapo in person once in a lifetime as he tries to perfect the role, the more I can get this. This is for me as you guys. I want to get the most truthful as possible at says being that close to an accused druglord on trial left him a bit shaken in New York Grenell. Scott Fox News get a wrap up of the twenty fifth Screen Actors Guild award. Towards Jodie Foster announced the film ensemble cast award and the actor. He goes to. Panther courtesy of T and rally Malik won best actor for bohemian rhapsody, and Glenn Close to calm, the best actress award for the wife, Patricia Arquette one for actress and a limited TV movie or series for escape. Data more Robert Mueller, and everyone working to make sure that we have sovereignty for the United States of America. For the second time the cast of this one best ensemble in a drama series. And Amazons of the marvelous MRs Mazel swept the comedy awards. Alan Alda was honored with a lifetime achievement award Tanya, j powers Fox News. Amazon making little history at the Sundance film festival paying some big bucks for some films. The first week of Sundance film festival showed us. Amazon is making big money moves picking up two films for record breaking sums Amazon studios acquiring the report for fourteen million the film deals with the Senate investigation into the CIs torture policy after nine eleven celebrates investigative journalism and congressional oversight. The stream are also dropped thirteen million for late night comedy written by Mindy. Kelly and directed by Nisha Ghana tra- that beneath the laughs tackled. The under representation of women in television writers rooms, Michelle Pollino, Fox News..
"mindy kelly" Discussed on Movie Crush
"That was full version was kind of go back to that was great like we you know it's too bad we never gonna make that that movie we we went into production to three times on our production to three times halted for a different reason every time so we sort of thought this was dead yeah how many years process was this nine wow that's awesome yeah i think in the first three years we almost made it careers later we almost made it again and then right before days at hamilton we're gonna make it again while in here you are the trailers about to drop in it's finally real must be an amazing feeling it's crazy totally these characters of collina miles are like immediately you're on colin side like you see that you drop that three days left on probation angle and immediately my wife and i are both like a man just get three three like you're such a likable character and you managed to be likable characters well it's kind of interesting there so comp there's so much complexity there because like you're kind of a bad guy a lot of ways but you're such a great guy and then you're this great guy who later learned this bad thing through that great scene where it's revealed why you were in jail to begin with carson but car yeah i mean he was he was telling the story yeah the inner cutting that with the flashback but that kind of reminded me of do the right thing in that even being like a white suburban atlanta kid i remember seeing do the right thing for the first time at the end and thinking at the same time mookie put down that trash can fucking throw that near felt that way in that scene i was like man don't do it don't don't attack this guy but also wanna see get his as kicks i didn't think it would be while you were both on that was yeah well that's true this can be full spoilers yeah i don't know if the complexity of characters like that is really this a lot to pull off an yeah yeah i mean again just like you know we we knew them really well so so getting to to just lean into them like that but i think you know it was by design like no one's good or bad known just everyone's just trying to get by all of us are you know and and also the one of the things that i am proud of about this movie that actually everyone's brilliant to you know like there aren't stupid people in the movie really maybe that guy we don't learn enough about him to know really great guy they test and that scene also we should shut out cards allow for that because a lot of improv so do you need me to stick to the exact we wouldn't have hired you if we thought some he was just in game over man he he's he's mindy kelly's little brother on the menu yeah he's he's doing great stuff yeah you know it was really interesting about the film is like everyone feels differently about calling them out in the beginning but but i do think it's a testament to digs performance that like a courtroom scene where he says one word yeah gets you on his side just as a reaction to a voiceover essentially that's playing and you know depending on how you value the attributes of miles you're either more his camper lessen his can't he shares his very particular things have you cherish those things you get someone who's sort of militantly like that have you ever had a friend like that you know whether they're like miles or not but just somebody's like an ahead death cannon thing is a lot of anxiety involved in watching a character like that but you see when you see where it comes from it's you know the end of the day you're good guy you wanna provide for your for your wife and your son who was adorable by the ridiculous kits cumia is great easy isn't heavy old navy commercial fire working for him in ten years sure hey guys i'm andy beckerman i'm naomi paragon and we wanted to tell you about couples therapy a new podcast we're hosting on the house stuff works network we're a real life couple and we're comedians and on our podcast we.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on KWAM 990 Talk Radio
"That the second she gets out of prison she's like let's go ahead wait i mean it's like that afternoon from getting out of prison she's talking to kate blanchett and like the other oceans movies it's really oceans three we've got sandra bullock kate blanchett helena bonham carter then of course you have anne hathaway but she's the mark and then you have the next tier down where you've got tv stars and i love mindy kelly but she's best known for tv and you've got sarah paulson who's best known for tv especially now after american horror story and then you go even farther ratcheting down and you've got like riana who i mean i guess she's finding this movie she's not as awful as wasn't like battleship but then you got aquafina whoever the heck that is a joke that it should be oceans three plus a bunch of other people you've heard of but even the ocean's eleven twelve and thirteen by the time he got eight or nine on those lists those are people who should never have been on a movie poster in the first place they weren't gonna sell tickets it's just you gotta to fill out the cast and they couldn't do ocean's three because voorheis janine multiple people to really make it fun now alternately this movie it delivers exactly what you'd expect it's hip and pop heist movie where you're rooting for the bad guys you want to see kind of how they do the highest and where the twists and turns are where the different layers are because there's always layers to the different elements of the heist and and there's always more stuff to be revealed and is there are we at the end of the highest is there another turn that's going to happen so it does fit that mold completely and and that's what makes it fun you you know it's it's very much an oceans movie and it has less of brad pitt eating chips so i guess that's a good thing there are.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on Alice @97.3
"It was amazing i thought the nad want it i thought this kid couldn't get any more gnawing and they made them evil and he he actually became more annoying needed he did and they were everybody was annoying though it was this was about it just was just a bad fell and it was bad fasting alway rod i can't believe mindy kelly i'm about to talk about her a guy right now what was that of i so i mean i guess they wanted what what's the award data for instance mcdermott used inclusions rider i think somebody had an inclusion writer because they tried to make this thing overly diverse so mindy cowering was in this and she goes out of her way this is my biggest pet peeve with the film it's not the acting it's not the dialogue is not you know the lack of any emotion it's this moment here inclusion rider thank you francis uh this homeless out of its way to quote room me and buddha and shakespeare and churchill but guess who they don't quote hell jesus they caught every other like famous parsinen world leader and religious leader but they won't i wouldn't have even noticed an outcast don't forget outcast outcast and make it relevant today book written in sixty two right so they had a updated so they're bringing so why couldn't they say yeah you know pandering those to absolve themselves will be humbled in those who humble themselves will be exalts exactly what are they quote outcast though i like the way you move so i can is something like you know try harder those around you and i think one of those kind of kind of crap but it was the it was just like trying way too hard not it was this okay hey i forgot to ask you to grab shot a song from the movie uh is you don't have to i guess he was going to do it and this is all about five i'm loading my gun us ally in united billiards dolomite sharia pressure arm on he has an ice was yeah there's nothing wrong with that i got even the sauna bothered me so when she was.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And that's how i learned the language that's how i learned about the music and the culture and so many of the traditions of where my parents came from so there you are like a ten year old kid wants in the movies indiana on not really understand it he added with the subtitles green stuff out of the night fell in love with them because i'm a i'm a writer and i've been writing script since i was five years old so it immediately resonated for me and films i was transported to another place different from where i was growing up in this workingclass primarily white house on and it meant a lot to me and i think it means a lot to secondgeneration indian immigrants like myself children who are born here for us bollywood movies are the way that we learn about this place that our parents come from it it's a thing in in your generation yanji really it very much as an anyone who's ever been to an indian wedding here in america and knows that it's like three days straight of does bollywood dancing and indian food so let's talk about look for a minute up but before we do that i wanna ask you about indian cooking in this country out i so i've spent a lot of time in china and you go to china and the chinese food and jinan and ain't the food that you get here say deal with indian gas it's very very much true the indian food in america is now its own thing and as people like me are starting to come of age now you know i'm one of the oldest americanborn indians in the country you know immigration from india only legalized in nineteen 65 at that time in nineteen 1865 when immigration was opened up from india there were only ten thousand indians in the entire country my dad being one of them and now there are over four million i believe something like that and so you're starting to see us as a as a group come up and sort of find our voice in various fields so people like you know mindy kelly and as you will sorry in entertainment or kamala harris and nikki haley in politics and then in the world of food you know.
"mindy kelly" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Enter promoted him and his dad are poking fun at the whole most interesting man in the world ads listen to this you want to know who's not worried about the most interesting men in the world guerrillas dude ever first day all you know we're going junior blurred once extent is the most awesome every food commercial until the cool dad yeah during a blurred one suit ooh flare thing by the way a mindy kelly's pregnant i have rishaad we don't knew who the data is in jessica alba is pregnant you in this is our second chapter in this actually number three for jessica well it is number three i think i told yulia was never do but i was wrong number three over why blame it on you wanna make sure i get that right so yes it will go i know she has through babies are is their third and then i tried to serve within her second baby was a kangaroo and really digwa did not go over well it all know that on a fan now you when we now know any human lany then any named in endows me got our letter is that how many never got plenty on fabien an attacking in another show back the name now young jon rahm g now the plan mm yao zhiyuan sheila nevins delay from china tack to anthony yeah when you.