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Jagged Little Pill, Moulin Rouge! & Slave Play Top 2020 Tony Nominations

Bob Sirott

01:54 min | Last month

Jagged Little Pill, Moulin Rouge! & Slave Play Top 2020 Tony Nominations

"I appreciate that. All right? We have some Broadway news Don't way we have the Tony nominations that came out yesterday. And this is our year of You know, theater, no theater. You know what's going on with all of this. The Tony nominations this year are plays that were open. Beef on on or before February. That's when everything shut down, so it's very, very small Sampling of plays. And the play that wound up getting the most nominations. 15 in all was Thie Atlantis. More set musical, Jagged Little Pill was nominated for best musical. So was Moulin Rouge, the musical. That one is based on the the movie from nearly two thousands and also teen of the Tina Turner musical, which I happened to see when I was in London and is fantastic. I'm a huge Tina Turner fan. So you know, I may not be the most objective person on this, but there's only three musicals nominated this year. For best play. The nominees are Grand Horizons. The inheritance seawall, a life and slave play best revival of a play Betrayal Frankie and Johnny and declared a loon and a soldier's play. There are no nominees for best revival. Of a musical this year. It's a very, very bizarre unlisted. They don't even know when the awards are going to be given out. Normally, the Tony awards come out in June. They've already said that that will not be happening in June of next year, but they have not said if they're going to do an award show if they're just going to announce winners. What's gonna happen? But those air the major nominees that came out yesterday, We've got the full list up the W G and t v dot com

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Jagged Little Pill, Moulin Rouge! & Slave Play Top 2020 Tony Nominations

Jason and Alexis

00:18 sec | Last month

Jagged Little Pill, Moulin Rouge! & Slave Play Top 2020 Tony Nominations

"Broadway Broadway musical musical based based on on the the longest longest more more sets, sets, jagged jagged little little pill pill is is dominating dominating this this year's year's Tony Tony Award Award nominations. nominations. They They just just Came Came out. out. They They landed landed 15 15 nominations nominations more more than than any any other other production, production, including best musical, best scenic scene design and multiple best performance nods. Oh whoa! That's a congratulations,

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"moulin" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:29 min | Last month

"moulin" Discussed on WGN Radio

"N I'm Steve Bertrand. It is now six minutes. Make that nine minutes after six o'clock. We're learning just this past hour that Chris Christie, the former New Jersey governor, was in intensive care for seven days with Covad 19. He had said he'd gone into the hospital as a quote unquote precautionary measure, but apparently now saying he was in ICU for seven days, the quote for him as a former public official. I believe we have not treated Americans as adults who understand truth, sacrifice and responsibility. Hey, went on to say more, but it sounds like it was pretty serious for Chris Christie. Yeah, And he apparently thought the White House was a safe place and it wasn't And he said that you know, he didn't wear a mask when he was helping the president prepare for his debate as well as at that white White House Rose Garden event, right, So certainly here, Maura about that coming up. Okay, So the Mary, are you there? I'm going to need your help here. Get some here. Okay, So the Tony Award nominations were announced today, Right? Jagged little pill, which is based on Atlantis. More sets album from the nineties gets 15 nominations. The the others. There was Moulin Rouge. Gotta Lotta's. Well. There are only 18 eligible plays because the theater's shut down in March. So here's my thing. There's no way there could be an Oscars this year, right? I love to do a virtual well, but I've also heard they're going to do some kind of Oscar event They were changing the way the movies were were judged. Like which movies were out at a certain time. I think that's they were changing. There have been no movies out, though, that there are some now. But yeah, there's more movies on Netflix than anything else, and they've been there They start adding All these Netflix movies, they're goingto have Tio. Well, Okay, so then it's going to be a cheap Oscar show, right Because a lot of the theatres the big theaters have held off their big their best movies in hopes of, you know, they don't want to Released them to know audiences, so they've been holding off on them. It is pretty clear, though, that some Netflix movies that you watch they were clearly You shut. It just feels different. You could tell it was made for Netflix. Not for the big screen, right? And you know it was there making movies for the little screens, but it just occurred to me. I don't know how they can. They might. Maybe they'll do a best of Oscar show or something. You know, it's kind of it's kind of unfair. I mean, it's unfair to the Tonys. That's unfair to the Oscars. Just like you know the way they're changing the James Beard Awards, Teo, You know they're not, they said. There's nothing that will benefit from chefs who Of the best chefs or during the pandemic because people aren't going to restaurants so and you know they're going to honor chefs that have done things to help out the community, so maybe they'll switch it up like that. Okay, that's cooking demonstrations on Tic tac things like that. Okay, Kevin, do you wear But you don't remember platform shoes, But have you ever worn platform shoes or anything like that? I have not. You need to get that call. I do not Goodbye. Plant from platform shoe. Sales call it going? Yes. Good timing. I've never worn them and I never want to sew when I was, you know, like in middle school heeled shoes they call them platform shoes for guys were a big thing. And apparently, the fashion experts say they're coming back. What do you think, Mary? Which Steve wear high heels. Guys, We're going to roll your ankles so bad. You know what about platforms are bad? Because if you have to have something high up there have a balance. Your Yeah, they're stable and they they balance your foot out compared to like a spike heel where you're Bottom of your foot is down on the rest of your foot is not love to see you guys walk in those I know who you got. Heels started in 10th century Persia, and they were worn first not by women, but by men. They used the heels to sort of get into the stirrups of their horse, and then men wore them all the way through. They brought them back in. Let's see when was it hundreds of years later that high heels came to Europe. And men were wearing them again. Women started wearing high heels in orderto look more masculine. How about that? That is that's really come full circle has that you know that is the funniest thing I read all week, so women started wearing high heels so that they could look more like men. It was until the enlightenment that it started to Men started to walk away from them because they looked like women. I don't know how women just wear high heels all day. I mean, it just looks so painful. You get used to it here. You, Steve. Yeah, it doesn't take too. It's not too bad. I don't know how they do it. Either. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news and if you still are, we're grateful here on 7 20 wg and let's check the weather and traffic..

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Musical "Jagged Little Pill" leads Tony Awards nominations with 15 nods in a pandemic-shortened season

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:38 sec | Last month

Musical "Jagged Little Pill" leads Tony Awards nominations with 15 nods in a pandemic-shortened season

"Nominations are out. Just 18 plays and musicals made the cut in this Corona virus shortened season. Tony a winner, James, or Neurological Heart announced the nominees for best musical. Jagged little pill. Moulin Rouge, the musical Tina Tina Turner musical. Moulin Rouge Actor. Errands of Aid is the only person nominated for best performer by an actor in a leading role in a musical. The category for best musical revival had no eligible shows. 2020 Tony Awards ceremony will be broadcast digitally at a date still to be announced.

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Musical "Jagged Little Pill" leads Tony Awards nominations with 15 nods in a pandemic-shortened season

Midday News

00:22 sec | Last month

Musical "Jagged Little Pill" leads Tony Awards nominations with 15 nods in a pandemic-shortened season

"Right now, again, the Tony Award nominations out Jagged little pill Alanis Morissette musical, leading with 15 nominations this year. Moulin Rouge gets 14 Tina The Tina Turner musical gets a dozen Tony Awards this year in which only about 18 shows were eligible in that shortened pandemic shortened Broadway season is compared to more than 30 year ago. So the Tony awards out

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Musical "Jagged Little Pill" leads Tony Awards nominations with 15 nominiations in a pandemic-shortened season

Midday News

00:29 sec | Last month

Musical "Jagged Little Pill" leads Tony Awards nominations with 15 nominiations in a pandemic-shortened season

"Right right now now on on the the Tony Tony nominations nominations are are coming coming out, out, and and we we see see that that this this year year it it is is a a big big year year for for Jagged Jagged little little pill pill leading leading the the away away right right now, now, 50 50 nominations nominations along along with with Tina, Tina, the Tina Turner musical, also nominated this year for a Tony Award and Moulin Rouge as well. It's a bit of a disappointing year because of the pandemic shortening the season just 18 plays and musicals are up for Tony Awards this year 34 were up for last year. The Broadway season there, But the Tony nominations are coming out as

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James Bond film ‘No Time to Die’ release pushed back again

1A

01:35 min | 2 months ago

James Bond film ‘No Time to Die’ release pushed back again

"Of the new bond movie has been pushed back again. This time until next year. Charlotte Gungor has more Chains. Fate draws us back together Your enemy is my enemy. The glossy trailers for no time to die have been viewed tens of millions of times online, but anyone who wants to watch the whole film is going to have to wait until next April. A movie, which is Daniel Craig's last as James Bond was due to be released this April. It was then pushed back until November, and now the producers have announced it won't be out until April. 2021 They said they understood fans would be disappointed but wanted the film to be seen by a worldwide theatrical audience. Their decision could have been influenced by the box office figures for tenant the first major Hollywood films released in cinemas since the pandemic was declared. While it's done well internationally, it hasn't performed as well in the US Disney, meanwhile, decided to cancel the worldwide cinema release of Moulin placing the live action adaptation on its streaming service. Instead, other films in production, like the Fifth Indiana Jones and Legally Blonde three have been subject to long delays. But seven fans can be reassured that James Bond will be back. That

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2020 Fall Movie Preview

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:11 min | 2 months ago

2020 Fall Movie Preview

"Hi everybody I am Peter Travers and welcome to this special edition of Popcorn where creed you all the movies opening between Labor Day and New Year's Eve I know wait what aren't we in a pandemic Will really be moved this fall and theaters to show them in I mean the answer to both those questions is a huge. Yes. Sixty two percent of all US theaters are open now and there's going to be more to come covid permitting, of course, and those movies that can't make it to the multiplex will be available for rental or streaming in sickness and in health people, you can't keep a good movie down. So let's start with the blockbusters that are out there. Number one is tenant. Brain Teasing epoch from Dark Knight Director. Christopher. Nolan. That's geared to fire up the fall season and in theaters and with your mask and distancing in place you can strap in for this kind of Christopher Nolan throw ride and watch the spy master he's played by John David Washington give James Bond a run for his money you know you just have to. Get your head around the physics in this movie. Maybe don't know about how you can go forward and backwards in time at the same time I don't know either I was a little confused by that but you'll be glued to the visual miracles that are on screen here every cent of tenants two, hundred, million dollars production budget shows up onscreen Eisele popped. Jaw dropped pulses. Oh, pound all that good stuff movies and back baby. So what else do we have? We have Moulin which is out there right now and you'll check in Disney plus to watch this because it's not in theaters but you can rent it and you could see live action film of the Disney animated hit about a young woman who disguises. Herself as a man to replace her sick father in the Imperial Army the new moon is not musical and there's no comic relief from eating Murphy as the Voice of a fast talking dragon named Moo Shu. This is not that kind of movie. There's no whitewashing but using Western actors in the drawn from Chinese legend and as Rouland the astounding Lou ye. Leads in Asian cast that includes martial arts icon jet. Li is the emperor up and China's leading actress Gong Li as shape shifting witch who teaches on how to survive and prosper in a man's world. Look move on is not your typical princess. She's a warrior fighting for her place in the world prepare to be well. Next up wonder woman one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, the sequel to the two thousand seventeen smash that made a star of Gal. Gadot, remember her places the DC comics immortal wonder woman into the cold. War where she does battle with the media tycoon played by Pedro Pascal and the villainous Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig always to me an asset in any movie Chris. Pine also returns Steve Trevor The American. Pilot that one woman loves I know didn't he die the last time during World War? One people you gotta go with this this is Hollywood. So if we can borrow wonder woman's last sube truth for a moment, credibility isn't the issue here. It's the show stopping stunts engineered by returning director Petty Jenkins executed by Godot, and she's a formal Israeli military structure. So you know you're in for a really good time. Next up is black widow look wonder woman has competition already. You know we've been waiting since spring for Marvel to let its first solo black widow epic out of storage and into theaters. Now, the wait is over Scarlett. Johansson is back in action as Natasha Romanoff Aka black widow. She's the Russian assassin with no superpowers road just skills she's like the female Batman this Prequel looks back, Arjun story in it's a doozie forints pugh is there as Natasha, surrogate says sister and Rachel Vice is the leader of this black widow organization. It's not just one black widow you can become a black widow tells witness business. So Watch your back wonder woman next up candyman there's nothing like the Primo horror. Film to get us all back in the dark of a theater where we can scream bloody hearts out behind a mask of course, end with get outs Jordan peele writing the screenplay. This direct sequel to nineteen ninety two's cult fright fest stars Watchmen Emmy nominee Jadu Martine the second as a visual artist drawn back to those housing projects in Chicago's Cabrini-green where he was born now the whole place is gentrified beyond recognition but the green is still haunted by Candyman Tony Todd an urban legend who still kills anyone who summoned him by saying his name five times. Okay. Altogether now with me candyman candyman candyman candyman candyman, we did it. So I'm looking around here to see if some him up. Okay next up no time to die look no red blooded movie Fan is GonNa Think of missing Daniel. Craig's fifth and final outing James Bond you know for my money Craig and Sean Connery are in dead heat for the best bond ever. This one directed by Kerry from Gonzaga who did true detective from Script Co written get this by sleeping bags phoebe Wall Rich Daniel Craig asks for her because he really wants a little feminist touch to this. This is the. Twenty fifth, all seven Cape and you know this is a record and we're GONNA lose Daniel Craig. But in the movie James Bond's been retired for five years and he gets called back in. You know that's what happens to everybody from the Godfather on. You know Bohemian Rhapsody oscar-winner. Rami ballot plays the facially scarred villain named SAFM and he's described the director as more dangerous than anyone bond has ever encounter. Man How about you?

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Disney lost nearly $5 billion last quarter, but stock prices surged

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:23 min | 4 months ago

Disney lost nearly $5 billion last quarter, but stock prices surged

"Disney is really an interesting story right now, it is massively exposed to the pandemic. They have just recently announced their results. They lost a staggering amount of money and yet they have some good news about their streaming service and it's like the market just. Has Undying confidence because of the power of Disney's intellectual property well, and the fact that they have pivoted to streaming in a major way I mean only in twenty twenty can you lose four point seven billion dollars in a quarter and have your stock go up because you also announced that you're streaming business hit sixty million subscribers for Disney plus one hundred, million subscribers include Hulu. and. ESPN plus I mean this is the craziness of meteorite. Now in that the the The Walt, Disney Company was more exposed than anybody else to this pandemic because the parks were shut down for most of the second quarter these parks were not operating not generating revenue and they're movie business was essentially shut down because for most of the quarter they were not allowed to release. Movies in theaters yet because the future of the business is in streaming and people on Wall Street and elsewhere are looking to growth in those categories to see if Disney will ever be able to compete with Netflix on that front it's actually a mixed bag for the quarter because streaming is great. Yes Jiming great I mean they don't charge that much for it's seven dollars a month. They have certainly tried to figure out how to keep it stocked. Challenge that Disney has really faced. They came out with the man delorean and then there was just incredibly long pause when you're talking about anything for a person over the age of whatever. Some people are love all of it for life, but primarily, their stuff had been appealing to kids. netflix's firing out new stuff. To the point where you can't possibly keep track of it. Disney was really kind of a bit stalled out. It seemed they had Hamilton and. They got a lot of noise with Hamilton putting the film online, and now they're doing a really big experiment that could affect the future of this industry, which is to put Moulin a two, hundred, million dollar plus film on demand not at the twenty dollar price point that you know universal charge for the trolls released but at thirty dollars. ESSENTIALLY THIRTY DOLLARS And they're saying it's a one off but they're also saying we're GONNA learn from this. This is a one off until it isn't and the interesting thing is that they're not just charging thirty dollars for it, but they're only making it available for Disney plus subscribers. So if you're not one of those sixty million subscribers who already get Disney plus you're GONNA have to sign up for the service and then pay thirty dollars to get Milan it's an interesting strategy. Mean they doing that because if they put it on regular premium video on demand, they would have to share a lot of that price with the platforms that help them That sale up here there's some rumors that they may be sharing a little bit of the price with the theaters that were promised movie that hasn't been confirmed but if they're willing to put it behind essentially a paywall and a paywall, we're really going to see what the demand is for this kind of high-quality a-list Disney content in a streaming

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Disney Earnings Report Reveals Rare Loss; And What 'Mulan's' Disney+ Premiere Means For The Film Industry

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Disney Earnings Report Reveals Rare Loss; And What 'Mulan's' Disney+ Premiere Means For The Film Industry

"The Walt Disney Company reported yesterday a loss of four point seven billion dollars in its third quarter. It also announced a surprise for its streaming service. Disney, plus here's NPR's Mandalit del. Barco. In a call to investors Disney CEO BOB shape ticked off some of the challenges. The company has faced in the past quarter ongoing concerns over covid nineteen close down Disney theme parks and Resorts Retail Stores Cruise Sporting Events and TV and film production around the World One, hundred thousand Disney employees were furloughed impact of pandemic on people's lives are communities, businesses, and way. Of Life has been devastating but shape had told investors that Disney theme parks in Shanghai, and Florida have reopened with safety protocols in place, and he says the new streaming service Disney plus now have sixty point five million subscribers around the world, and that's the silver lining for Disney which announced a new movie set to premiere on the platform on September fourth. Loyal. Grace. took. My. Protect. Them family. Disney's live action version of Milan is skipping theatrical release which had been postponed several times since March instead, it will be available on Disney plus twenty nine dollars and ninety nine cents, Moulin and Christopher. Nolan's tenant had been seen as bellwethers for when movie theaters could safely reopen. So Disney's announcement comes as a blow to theater owners during the call Chip Beck addressed investors who wondered if this will usher in a new video on demand strategy for movie premieres, we're looking at Milan as a one off as opposed to trying to say there's some new business. Model that we're looking at still chip Beck says it will be interesting to learn how well Milan does on Disney plus he noted the Streaming Services Success in its recent showings of the musical Hamilton and beyond say's black king production

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Mulan is heading to Disney Plus on September 4th for $30

Talking Tech

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Mulan is heading to Disney Plus on September 4th for $30

"We begin with Disney, which announced that it is going to bypass theaters with live action a deputation of the film Moulin and bring it straight to the Disney plus streaming service for an additional fee. This is not a streaming experiment, but it's born at a necessity. The film was originally scheduled to debut in March but has been pushed back many times due to the pandemic and movie theaters being closed. Now Milan, will air on. September. Fourth One night only for a thirty dollar fee.

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Disney losing money due to COVID-19

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:03 min | 4 months ago

Disney losing money due to COVID-19

"Time now to talk business joining me the financial analyst. Louise Koo for good to have you here on a Friday. Louise. Tell us about the. The issues that Disney is now facing in terms of its filming schedule. So in America can number of cases of coronavirus is gonNA have four million. It still increasing big. America's not really controlling the pandemic, and there are now some concerns about the economy bounced back as well. Thirty million Americans are claiming unemployment support data and yesterday in the weekly jobless figures. We had a rise again so there there are some serious concerns about the sort of economic recovery. The economic bounced back in the states and Disney really illustrates some of those problems for that specific industry, so they're saying Moulin which is the remake of the original animated film is now being spooned, and in fact no new date for its release has been set. Star Wars and Avatar that the next the next day they. In follow ups the bike. Those they've been delayed by a whole. the biggest American movie fit owner. Company called AMC. Entertainment Holdings has spawned its reopening again now. It says it's not going to reopen cinemas until mid to late. August and it just you know. An Hollywood is a big industry for America dominates the world. A whole load of other studios unsurprisingly are delaying films. They're having problems making films. I mean that's a massive massive problem. And Disney's not alone of just. So and the costs of this are massive to an industry that dominates the world, so it's yet more evidence that don't be complacent on the economic bounceback, indeed I mean if if you walk around London you see signs of movies that were supposed to be released in April and there's a sort of a cool irony to the fact that the pause button was effectively port on the hall of the Cinema Industry, and what is Disney doing in any way to try to mitigate against all this, or is he able to do anything? It's losing a whole load of money actually saw history as a whole load of other companies, so it's the usual thing. It's cost cutting. It's. Getting a hold of banks to lend it more money. That's another big issue with the the crisis. It's cutting its marketing. Spend its advertising spent. This got much to market and advertise, and then of course the other issue, big part of Disney's business is parks parks, and against even when any even when it has reopened them, and it's opening reopen. The one in Paris, but its capacity is severely reduced. And even where it has reopened I think the one in Asia. They reopened it and had to close again. That's the one. I think that was the one in China so so Sedgley. Disney's losing a whole load of money. It is not alone as a company and doing

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Disney Delays 'Mulan' Indefinitely, Postpones 'Star Wars' and 'Avatar' Sequels

NPR News Now

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Disney Delays 'Mulan' Indefinitely, Postpones 'Star Wars' and 'Avatar' Sequels

"Disney's live-action remake of Moulin the last of the big budget blockbuster scheduled for August is now marked set on the studios release schedule and more than a dozen. Other films have postponed their premieres including three star wars pictures. And four Avatar seat. All the major theater chains have been closed since March and we're counting on must see movies to jump start a delayed summer season that no longer seems likely. Though a few smaller independent features still list openings in coming weeks,

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Movie Theaters Are Still (Mostly) Open, But That Won’t Last

The Frame

06:03 min | 9 months ago

Movie Theaters Are Still (Mostly) Open, But That Won’t Last

"It's been a devastating week for the entertainment industry as Kovic Nineteen forces to cancellation of public gatherings. All over the world. Movie theaters are struggling to cope with two major factors declining attendance and delayed film releases from Motion Picture Studios theaters around the globe have closed but major change like AMC and cinemark have not yet decided to close up shop here in the US. Here's John Horns discussion with senior film writer at Variety Matt. Donnelly one that we've been reporting on depicted but theaters will close regionally not a blanket. You know all the movie theaters in the country represented by trade group called NATO But we imagined that they'll they'll try to close out in pockets of the slow wave to get as much you know revenue as they can. Nato is the National Association of Theatre Owners and just a couple of days ago. They cancelled their annual convention which was scheduled for the end of the month in Las Vegas. The other factor is that a lot of major releases are being pulled from the calendar. Disney has pulled. Moulin the new James Bond Movies. Nocco come out the next fast and furious sequel. Fast Nine has moved to next year. There are a number of other movies that have been placed on hold. What kind of problems does that create for those theaters that remain open because it seems like a lot of the tentpole movies aren't going to get released? Yes the great question. I mean it doesn't incentivize an audience to brave public faces when you don't have really premium and exciting new films to show them and also let's talk about just the agrees Spending on marketing studios have already completed to promote rely on and stuff nine. They're looking at hundreds and millions of and across the board for movies that aren't going to hit theaters for another year or so. If movie theaters are considered dangerous or if they're actually closed might companies like Disney and. Maybe it's not move on. Maybe it's another movie down the line just get released on Disney plus or an equivalent streaming service. Do you think that is part of the potential conversation going forward I can tell you confidently that over the past month or so of all been you know? They won't dare speak out loud The strategy of going directly to digital. But don't forget that a lot of companies are publicly traded so they have an onus to create value for general that. They can't get their movie theaters. They might be obliged to release them through streaming for higher price point or just to incentivize customers to stay but yeah. I think absolutely this is the reason to To look at sort of Shattering will be called the traditional theatrical window. Which is where movie theaters get ninety days or exclusivity with all the movies that come out and then they moved down two places like streaming and on demand. I think he could absolutely see some of the mid range films. You take something like marbled new mutants which is Sort of young adults giving property. I don't think that anyone to expand that to blow minds in the movie theater. They could easily put that directly on Hulu wish neons and and see up taking subscribers just before we got on the phone. I looked at the stock of cinema world which runs Regal United Artists and Edwards Theatres. Its stock is down. Almost eighty percent in the last month compared to the overall market dropping about twenty-five percent cinemark another major chain has seen its stock dropped almost sixty percent and at the same time. Netflix is down just seventeen percent which is better than the overall market so it feels like Wall Street sentiment on the at least short term potential for exhibition is really grim and at the same time. A lot of movies in production are shutting down as well and that won't be felt for months if not a year down the line. Is that going to be a factor as well not just for exhibition but for streaming services? Yeah I mean we. We've been having conversations about e even take the last round of of film festivals that went up. Jones going distribution all the time to to places like Toronto telluride Sundance. I think the OC a spike in sales of those finished movies But they can put up on services today but in terms of original production places like netflix. Amazon impact will be dramatic. Episodes opened a brand new six down stage facility in New Mexico where they intended to shoot the stranger things that will be delayed. You're talking about like theory of Marquis Properties in the stream or so. I think there will be a bit of a shock to either licensed beloved prize old content to put on or a scramble to fine finish work. They can put up in the near term. It does feel like some smaller exhibition chains are trying to come up with creative solutions. Alamo Draft House said that it in its San Francisco Theatre. It's doing something where no more than two hundred people can be in the theater and it's GonNa ask people to kind of separate themselves from one another. It feels like an interesting idea. I don't know how sustainable it is. Are you hearing other things like that where people can buy seats and maybe block off the seats around them or is it just whatever you find when you get into the auditorium? I think you'll find a lot of people finding creative solutions to enjoy the game. But I think at the end of the day there's so much option And there's just such a volume of content. You can watch at home so I think it's just more about separating the the brave from those would rather stop by Saly and you and I cover the movie business. I haven't been in a theatre at least a week and a half. How are people who cover movies? Seen movies are a lot of people now watching films on their laptops as opposed to going to screenings or theaters absolutely You know I went to a screening of a short film that one of the talent agency last week and of Savonarola Laura dern who just gave everybody an elbow bump to say hello and handshake so I think people are increasingly quite. Get us about Coming together so they do a lot more digital screeners for for industry professionals. Another interesting note As of last night The South by Southwest Film Festival organized. A last minute of sort of virtual festival with an online screening library to try to give some of those Indians. That didn't get to play a chance to get in front of accredited president. Chris I think is really cool and also what kind of solution that keeps everybody

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The Mystery of Déjà Vu

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:12 min | 10 months ago

The Mystery of Déjà Vu

"Today. Well a look at deja-vu a while back I did a podcast of the scientific definition of deja Vu but after all the scientific Mumbo jumbo related to the cause of gauge of the fat came out that those explanations shins were based on scientific theory. Put Out by those at wanted to dismiss the feeling of having done something or met someone before. Today we'll take a Lucca deja Vu through a different lance and is indeed no less scientific than the theories put out by the so called World of science if Daesh Asia abuse to be considered real than we must also look at several other topics. I there is life after death than there's reincarnation and also past life regression. Have you ever experienced a sudden feeling of familiarity while in a completely new place or the feeling. You've had the exact same conversation conversation with someone before. Have you ever felt like you have experienced a time or place or an event before but knew it was not possible. In recent times several individuals were interviewed and spoke of places they visited. They even have specific details about those places. Details could only eh known if they had been there four. According to popular belief there are no explanations of experiencing deja Vu. We do however know from in people's comments interviews stories deja Vu can happen anytime without notice. It is not plan cannot randomly hit. Individuals are actually can randomly hit individuals. The ideas has no way of predicting it. There are some conflicting reports state. That DEJA VU happens on a regular basis or happens with chained timing. But that isn't any sort of research that I could find on this topic deja Asia who is random. It is difficult to study deja Vu. The odd feeling you get when you sent. You've already experienced something that you know you are doing for the first time time in the laboratory this is because the phenomenon is rare and difficult to reproduce if not impossible however there are similarities between Green Deja Vu and the more common experience of seeing a person who seems vaguely familiar to you. But whose name how you know them and where you previously. Asli met that mistake. You sounds like deja would mean finally. Here's a defining moment normal days of experiences the ability to discern that it isn't real on encounter engage of the brain runs a sort of sense chat searching for objective evidence of the prior experience and then disregarding regarding it as the illusion that it is people with Deja Vu have been known to lose disability completely professor Chris Moulin. One of are the foremost experts on days. Experience describes a patient he encountered while working at a memory clinic at a hospital in bath England and this was in the two thousand thousand Mulan received a letter from a local. GP referring an eighty year old former engineer known as AKA P as a result the gradual brain salt death caused by Dementia Ak pee was now suffering from chronic perpetual deja Vu A.. KP claimed that he had had given up watching television or reading the newspaper because he knew what was about to happen said that he was someone who felt as though everything everything in his life had happened before says Dr Moulin. AKP was resistant to the idea of visiting the clinic because he felt as though he'd already been there despite the fact that he never had on being introduced a Mulan for the first time the man even claimed to be able to give specific details of occasions were they had met before. What is deja-vu. No one seems to know Donna scientific world or the world paranormal yet. Statistically eighty percent of Americans say they have experienced the feeling of deja Vu.

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"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

09:48 min | 11 months ago

"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"This wind also got eighty ninety points Think James Suckling and wine enthusiasts gave the points and you know. I don't think points for for value priced. Wines are going to tell you if you're gonNA like it or not 'cause it usually doesn't because what a wine professional special looks for in a wine who's drinking three hundred dollars bottles of wine all time. They look for different things than you and I do drinking it for as much pleasure as anything. Nothing else. So but When they give it close to eighty nine ninety points that means it's a quality wine and it's well made it? A grapes are good that the production standards were good that it was done to very high standards and with a seven ninety nine one that that seven ninety nine shipped from France. That's a good thing to know and this is a very French wine. French wine isn't like California. Washington state red blends. It's it's going to have less. Ripe Fruit is going to have more structure though this does have fruit. And but it's different even there's like there's a there used to be a thing old world new world and new world was big and fruiting was all about structure and that's not so much the case everything is kind of different levels of new world now. Fruit does sell for wine in. This isn't a this male. Get Out I put it. This is more of if you're used to California wine. This is good. Have more old world than you might be used to. That's not a bad thing because Kenner resets sets your palate in. If you're used to winds that are just fruity and maybe a slight touch. Sweet nectar sweet nuts. Sugar sweet then you take one when these winds it has its tenants that has The acidity that that that shows that structure. It's it's a good learning experience that's where your palate all over again. Sometimes you forget 'cause you could be liking winds and either like anyone you want like but sometimes they might not be the best made wines enroll all fruit and flavor. You know it's like you know our milkshakes the greatest thing ever know but for you but now they taste great and you know so this might get your palate change because there are California wines do have Tannin's and acidity in that type of thing in the value price but this will be a check a pallet check as Edward. I'm going to have a taste of the moment. Because yeah there is something about boredeaux with the interplay between Merlot Cabernet. That is totally cool. One thing I've always Until I kind of started drinking Bordeaux wines. I never quite understood Merlot. I mean there would be Borland all of us out there and they were nice but they're kinda inoffensive. Nothing you remember though. I'm glad I drank it but I for two days later for drank in That there are good producers around that make fabulous Merloz. But you know it's here and there in Bordeaux drink a read up on their lands and you go. Oh that's what Merlot is all about. And this is predominant merlot upfront. And you get the the just little bidders fifty percent cabinet seventy on that little bit of cabinet on the other side had just comes into the end and you get the interplay where you get those grapes because you know you're looking for for US sometimes with a red blenders. Fourteen different grapes in there. And you can't really figure out what is what you don't care but you do care with Bordeaux you WanNa know about that interplay Merlot and Gabonese seven young and to a certain extent Cabinet Franck. Because that's Kinda were all the funds APP and this one does have it for eight dollar one. It's pretty pretty cool and has got structure. It's got look like a little bit stiff. It's got its Tannin's it's twenty sixteen and and if you need it for it's a sub ten dollars a twelve dollar wine Costco Sauna. Cheap if you look at a lot of wines from the US California Washington wherever the Tannin's are kind of take a backseat mean they. They've gotten better at it. The inexpensive wines do have Tana's China's. They're sweet they don't bite there there but to have it to wind. That really shows his tennis. And these don't bite here but you know there there is kind of Oh. Aw that's what Tannin's used to be. You know you kind of forget and this has data so it's kind of a good thing to try these now again. Not even even if. You're not a fan of French wine. It just makes you remember what structure is and it makes you pick out. Maybe better wines from California if if you are a fruit wine fan Should say fruit wine but by fruit forward wine fan. You're going to be on the getting ones with the have a a decent amount of structure is kind of the better way to go. I mean they just a better wine drink better wise and and there's more and more better wines out there but this is a. This is an inexpensive way to get into Bordeaux get into French wines are about because it does have the the era marks of what a French wine has. It's got got the structure it's got the interplay between the the Merlot and the cab cabernet both those grapes and it tastes good. It's inexpensive. It's not the same old same old took another drake. Emma does up as a two thousand sixteen. A does Tannin's in its now aged in orchids aged in cement and they make the cement vats. It's and So you know two thousand six as kind of a long time for inexpensive wine A lot of a lot of times when they make wines things are supposed to sell for around ten dollar the they make they make it with production techniques that lesson how much occas in their less than the Tana's they do it on purpose because the blanket can come together quicker and they can quicker they can come together the quicker they can sell it to you and the lower the price can be. It's you know having winds and not a great. A lot of Tannin's canons is. There's a reason for at incomes and cheaper that way so this has been around twenty just turned twenty twenty and this is a twenty sixteen steam wind. So it's been sitting around for a while but not an oak So it's been an cement tanks. Were while Weisman tanks as they make those thick enough that the there is much temperature changes and humidity changes because the cement is insulating. They they lion at. You're you're not getting all the the chemicals cement in there so it doesn't get that but like Stainless steel tanks kind of thin walled. In if there's a change of humidity there's as a change in temperature. The wine knows it and would an oak the same candidate thing. You GotTa pretty much put the Oak into a cellar earlier. Where there isn't isn't those changes in cement? Kinda does that cause wine doesn't like any kind of changes in temperature. The humidity likes to be stable and cement gives it that so it's up a lot in France and Spain maybe Italy and starting to see the United States because it does have some advantages. But here we go. This has been so this missing for a while because Tana's headed calmed down usually the in the US. It's been sitting around for while not much because Tana's gotta calm down because it's got The yoke of blend in so. This is a different philosophy philosophy from making wine. Oh another thing had as cold maceration which is something. I hadn't really seen before I maj. Otherwise have had. This is the first one that wanted the two Display that their technical notes. And what cold maceration is they refrigerate the grapes before fermentation and what that does to Kinda concentrate some trace the color and the flavors of the wine so when they start the fermentation up these refrigerator. Winds are somehow I guess there. Everything's calmed down. Because it's it's cold and Also when you go through the fermentation you're GonNa get the best of what they are. So there's some care and detail must one it's Chateau Legrand Moulin Twenty Sixteen from Cosco for seven ninety nine. It is fun it's bore does Merlot. Cabernet Sauvignon in young and Cabernet franc. It's not the same old same old. This is a French wine. I recommend drinking French. Wise eager into California wines avid every read so often just to be a regulator. It kinda puts you back in a place where structures king and move. You're not a big fan. You'd rather have the big fruit going on. It does get your pal ready for finding the other elements of wine. So that's a good thing See See where are we going now get. I'm not sure what doing next couple of days but we're going to do it And what's us. We're going to bore doe in Chicago and next week so right have a fun time. Drake in the high and stuff who at the Drake Hotel. We're GONNA have good time there. And what else is happening here. That's about it audio's drink more wine new. The French stallions Bain every other country. USA Go USA and all that and audio talk to you later..

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"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Dave from cheap wine fighter dot com and we had to go from Cosco a seven hundred nine Bordeaux wine from Moscow this is the Chateau Legrand Morlin twenty sixteen ah in Bordeaux places everything and this is from the blige coach debord dough region. It's on the right bank on the north north. Most part of the right bank and it's a merlot based wine was eighty percent or low fifty percent Gabbay seven young and five percent percent cabernet franc. And that's how it is if Right Bank Cabernet Sauvignon Bank Merlot oh but it doesn't have to be that way. And it can mix in and this is on the north end of Bordeaux and all the fancy pomerol or whatever are farther farther south. This is a wine that is more of a every day wine for people in France but maybe a step up. It's not the basic winus as a little bit better. It's an estate wine Single Vineyard Estate The the Chateau Legrand have been around for over one hundred years. It's been in the family for three generations. It's legit.

"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

09:48 min | 11 months ago

"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"This wind also got eighty ninety points Think James Suckling and wine enthusiasts gave the points and you know. I don't think points for for value priced. Wines are going to tell you if you're gonNA like it or not 'cause it usually doesn't because what a wine professional special looks for in a wine who's drinking three hundred dollars bottles of wine all time. They look for different things than you and I do drinking it for as much pleasure as anything anything else. So but When they give it close to eighty nine ninety points that means it's a quality wine and it's well made it? A grapes are good that the production standards were good that it was done to very high standards and with a seven ninety nine one that that seven ninety nine shipped from France. That's a good thing to know and this is a very French wine. French wine isn't like California. Washington state red blends. It's it's going to have less. Ripe Fruit is going to have more structure though this does have fruit. And but it's different even there's like there's a there used to be a thing old world new world and new world was big and fruiting old world's all about structure and that's not so much the case everything is kind of different levels of new world now. Fruit does sell for wine in. This isn't a this male. Get Out I put it. This is more of if you're used to California wine. This is good. Have more old world than you might be used to. That's not a bad thing because Kenner resets sets your palate in. If you're used to winds that are just fruity and maybe a slight touch. Sweet nectar sweet nuts. Sugar sweet then you take one when these winds it has its tenants that has The acidity that that that shows that structure. It's it's a good learning experience that's where your palate all over again. Sometimes you forget 'cause you could be liking winds and either like anyone you want like but sometimes they might not be the best made wines enroll all fruit and flavor. You know it's like you know our milkshakes the greatest thing ever know but for you but now they taste great and you know so this might get your palate change because there are California wines do have Tannin's and acidity in that type of thing in the value price but this will be a check a pallet check as Edward. I'm going to have a taste of the moment. Because yeah there is something about boredeaux with the interplay between Merlot Cabernet. That is totally cool. One thing I've always Until I kind of started drinking Bordeaux wines. I never quite understood Merlot. I mean there would be Borland all of us out there and they were nice but they're kinda inoffensive. Nothing you remember though. I'm glad I drank it but I for two days later for drank in That there are good producers around that make fabulous Merloz. But you know it's here and there in Bordeaux drink a read up on their lands and you go. Oh that's what Merlot is all about. And this is predominant merlot upfront. And you get the the just little bidders fifty percent cabinet seventy on that little bit of cabinet on the other side had just comes into the end and you get the interplay where you get those grapes because you know you're looking for for US sometimes with a red blenders. Fourteen different grapes in there. And you can't really figure out what is what you don't care but you do care with Bordeaux you WanNa know about that interplay Merlot and Gabonese seven young and to a certain extent Cabinet Franck. Because that's Kinda were all the funds APP and this one does have it for eight dollar one. It's pretty pretty cool and has got structure. It's got look like a little bit stiff. It's got its Tannin's it's twenty sixteen and and if you need it for it's a sub ten dollars a twelve dollar wine Costco Sauna. Cheap if you look at a lot of wines from the US California Washington wherever the Tannin's are kind of take a backseat mean they. They've gotten better at it. The inexpensive wines do have Tana's China's. They're sweet they don't bite there there but to have it to wind. That really shows his tennis. And these don't bite here but you know there there is kind of Oh. Aw that's what Tannin's used to be. You know you kind of forget and this has data so it's kind of a good thing to try these now again. Not even even if. You're not a fan of French wine. It just makes you remember what structure is and it makes you pick out. Maybe better wines from California if if you are a fruit wine fan Should say fruit wine but by fruit forward wine fan. You're going to be on the getting ones with the have a a decent amount of structure is kind of the better way to go. I mean they just a better wine drink better wise and and there's more and more better wines out there but this is a. This is an inexpensive way to get into Bordeaux get into French wines are about because it does. Have the career marks of what a French wine has. It's got got the structure it's got the interplay between the the Merlot and the cab cabernet both those grapes and it tastes good. It's inexpensive. It's not the same old same old took another drake. Emma does up as a two thousand sixteen. A does Tannin's in its now aged in orchids aged in cement and they make the cement vats. It's and So you know two thousand six as kind of a long time for inexpensive wine A lot of a lot of times when they make wines things are supposed to sell for around ten dollar the they make they make it with production techniques that lesson how much occas in their less than the Tana's they do it on purpose because the blanket can come together quicker and they can quicker they can come together the quicker they can sell it to you and the lower the price can be. It's you know having winds and not a great a lot of Tannin's cannons is there's a reason for at incomes and cheaper that way so this has been around twenty just turned twenty twenty and this is a twenty sixteen steam wind. So it's been sitting around for a while but not an oak So it's been an cement tanks. Were while Weisman tanks as they make those thick enough that the there is much temperature changes and humidity changes because the cement is insulating. They they lion at. You're you're not not getting all the the chemicals cement in there so it doesn't get that but like Stainless steel tanks kind of thin walled. In if there's a change of humidity there's as a change in temperature. The wine knows it and would an oak the same candidate thing. You GotTa pretty much put the Oak into a cellar earlier. Where there isn't isn't those changes in cement? Kinda does that cause wine doesn't like any kind of changes in temperature. The humidity likes to be stable and cement gives it that so it's up a lot in France and Spain maybe Italy and starting to see the United States because it does have some advantages. But here we go. This has been so this missing for a while because Tana's headed calmed down usually the in the US. It's been sitting around for while not much because Tana's gotta calm down because it's got The yoke of blend in so. This is a different philosophy philosophy from making wine. Oh another thing had as cold maceration which is something. I hadn't really seen before I maj. Otherwise have had. This is the first one that wanted the two Display that their technical notes. And what cold maceration is they refrigerate the grapes before fermentation and what that does to Kinda concentrate some trace the color and the flavors of the wine so when they start the fermentation up these refrigerator. Winds are somehow I guess there. Everything's calmed down. Because it's it's cold and Also when you go through the fermentation you're GonNa get the best of what they are. So there's some care and detail must one it's Chateau Legrand Moulin Twenty Sixteen from Cosco for seven ninety nine. It is fun it's bore does Merlot. Cabernet Sauvignon in young and Cabernet franc. It's not the same old same old. This is a French wine. I recommend drinking French. Wise eager into California wines avid every read so often just to be a regulator. It kinda puts you back in a place where structures king and move. You're not a big fan. You'd rather have the big fruit going on. It does get your pal ready for finding the other elements of wine. So that's a good thing See See where are we going now get. I'm not sure what doing next couple of days but we're going to do it And what's us. We're going to bore doe in Chicago and next week so right have a fun time. Drake in the high and stuff who at the Drake Hotel. We're GONNA have good time there. And what else is happening here. That's about it audio's drink more wine new. The French STELLIAN's Bain every other country. USA Go USA and all that and audio talk to you later..

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"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"moulin" Discussed on The CheapWineFinder Podcast

"Dave from cheap wine fighter dot com and we had to go from Cosco a seven hundred nine Bordeaux wine from Moscow this is the Chateau Legrand Morlin twenty sixteen ah in Bordeaux places everything and this is from the blige coach debord dough region. It's on the right bank on the north north. Most part of the right bank and it's a merlot based wine was eighty percent or low fifty percent Gabbay seven young and five percent percent cabernet franc. And that's how it is if Right Bank Cabernet Sauvignon Bank Merlot oh but it doesn't have to be that way. And it can mix in and this is on the north end of Bordeaux and all the fancy pomerol or whatever are farther farther south. This is a wine that is more of a every day wine for people in France but maybe a step up. It's not the basic winus as a little bit better. It's an estate wine Single Vineyard Estate The the Chateau Legrand have been around for over one hundred years. It's been in the family for three generations. It's legit.

"moulin" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"moulin" Discussed on The Frame

"I mean I just literally. This is what I do all day play weird French little caparros. Mary Steenburgen is playing the accordion for me at her home in the Pacific palaces policies. I'm just making something really if you know her from dramatic roles like Melvin and Howard or as doc Brown's love interest in back to the future part three three the image of Mary steenburgen playing the accordion and writing. Songs may surprise you how this all came about certainly surprised her. In April two thousand and seven. I had a surgery surgery on my arm and it wasn't a huge deal but it did require that I went under general anaesthetic when I came out from under the surgery. My arm felt fine but My brain felt strange. And the best way I can describe it. Is that the sound of my mind for my whole whole life was different and it was replaced with this sort of over scored movie felt like people's conversations turned musical. The People's questions to me the answer was somehow musical street signs it was like a musical tornado and it was fairly terrifying and definitely utterly absorbing. I remember number just looking in the mirror and saying you know it's not going away is you've got to figure this out because you've got four kids they count on you. You have a husband. We have career and you can't go nuts. You know you have to make sense of it. I didn't know what to do other than just start studying. How people wrote songs that that husband she mentioned is Ted Danson? You know from cheers and the good place. We flew to Europe with friends to go on this two week. Kind of holiday. We were in in Italy driving van to go to the hotel and I knew she had written A song that night while I slept on the plane fine but you said hey I wrote a song. Do you mind if I sing it to you. And you know everyone kind of the literally or metaphorically kind on a roll their eyes and went yes of course of course and I've came as really remarkable song by the end of the summer should written. I don't know forty fifty songs and it truly was like ours married to somebody else..

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"moulin" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

01:43 min | 11 months ago

"moulin" Discussed on The Frame

"Uh he says take me on and then she says no no no because you'll be gone in a day or two so she actually snatches the Aha Song from him and uses those words against him and so You know this became really an exciting exciting way to tell that story. And so what I did was as I looked through these lyrics. And I'm talking about hundreds of pages I was circling things highlighting things and then I started. It'd cutting them up literally cutting them up and putting them on the floor of my office and so I built this conversation that finishes finishes the beat of the scene. Much in the way that you would if you were writing an original song for musical. What's fundamentally different for people who love the movie as much? Yes I do is that it's less of a game in the musical. It is more of a debate. It's an argument and that's eighteen has a lot more agency lyrically than she did. Did in the movie that it's more a battle of equals right I. I'm so glad to hear you say that. Thank you that that was definitely the goal. And you know one of one of the nicest just things that Baz and Creek Pierce and some of the other collaborators from the film set as co screenwriter of correct. Yeah and he they. He said that they could see that. This was coming from a place of love And and it really was because I think that moment is just one of the most legendary moments in in cinema. We're talking Justin Levine about Moulin Rouge the musical. I WANNA play another new sequence In the musical this one features. There's a band that some people might recognize.

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"moulin" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

02:06 min | 11 months ago

"moulin" Discussed on The Frame

"You crazy fool. I won't get into you. It's so All you have to fall in love all you have to play. Hey the game all you have to do so fair to say Aha was not in the movie version so it was correct. How did you approach that song? Because it is both very similar and radically medically different. My feeling was we needed to honor. The Elephant Love Medley. We needed to use as much of it as we could. And that at some point really where in the film they go into love lifts us up where we belong. I felt like we needed to go on this larger journey for the stage. If we're closing act one with this this number and so the way I began building that number was I made a list of all of the love songs and anti love songs I could think gove and I printed up all the lyrics them long list. Yes landscape piece of Pop music. It's a lot it. It was a a lot and actually what I ended up doing. was I looked at how in the film Christian sings aligned from a song song and then sixteen sings it back but with different lyrics to refute his point. It's basically a game. It's like a where I am exactly and I had the idea. What if you've actually brought in some of her own music into this battle and so we start similarly to The way it does in the film and then basically at that point that you you mentioned I have Christian singing An a Ha Song and then sit-in eighteen responds. No no no. It Ain't me Babe the calm.

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Los Angeles's Lucas Museum acquires major archive of African American cinema

The Frame

06:39 min | 11 months ago

Los Angeles's Lucas Museum acquires major archive of African American cinema

"The Lucas Museum. Am hasn't yet opened. Its doors but the narrative art space just announced a major acquisition an extensive archive of Black American cinema movie. Posters and film stills stills called separate cinema. The Lucas Museum is currently under construction at Exposition Park near downtown. La It's scheduled to open in late twenty twenty anyone. The museum's film curator is Ryan Linkov Ryan. Welcome to the frame. Thank you for having me. The collection is called separate cinema. Can you explain lane. What's behind the name and how it defines what is included in the archive? We're actually just having this conversation with the founder of the Archive John. Kish the name. It comes out of a specific historical moment specifically the first half of the twentieth century. The Twenties Thirties and forties in particular which saw the proliferation of a film industry really defined around African American filmmakers producers directors actors really kind of films made four and by an African American audience and in a way those existed outside of the mainstream methods of making movies and the distribution channels. So they really were in some weighs a separate track Film production distribution and consumption. For that reason I think it's a way of kind of identifying the ways in which a film home industry kind of developed for particular market that is in some ways obviously always entwined in broader mainstream history but also has its own kind of internal integrity that said the materials in the collection are both made by black filmmakers for black audiences and obviously films produced by the mainstream mainstream majority white film. Production Industry for broader. Is this as well. I WANNA play a clip from a film from nineteen. Forty three is called a cabinet in the sky. As it's hard. Lena Horne Ethel waters and Eddie Anderson. Interestingly it was directed by Vincente Minnelli who did G G in American in Paris. But listen to this good example of what you're talking about in terms MM separate cinema. It's a scene from a cabin in the sky. Nail Right Reverend. When you call on the Senate confessed he better sign me the rest of the evening or oh? You're not that bad Joseph so when you think about this period in film history why is this period so important and understanding how we got where we are. Today I would say it's really in some ways. Essential to understand understand the ways in which especially the Hollywood studio system both developed a culture of representing African Americans that was on the one hand quite pernicious in the way that it represented very entrenched Stereotypes of the African American experience and on the other there were attempts such as cabin in the sky to produce films homes that were at least making an attempt to speak and more sensitive and thoughtful ways to African American audience by featuring major iconic figures within the African American community and also figures who had a broader kind of popular appeal. And this kind of push pull this tension between trying to both represent the African American experience and also kind of in some ways exploiting a capitalizing on particular stereotypes. I think are really kind of something that will continue tend to live with and continues to play itself out in certain ways and I think understanding this broader history especially that kind of early days the first half of the twentieth century when the entire film industry in some ways was most thoroughly coming into shape. I think really helps us understand and explain where we are at the present moment. We're talking with Ryan Linkov Film Curator Raider for the Lucas Museum. To ask you about the collection itself. There are thousands of items in it. What was John Kish up to? And how did he. He assembled all of these things. Well so he's been collecting release since I believe the nineteen seventies and acquiring this collection piece by piece through a variety of different outlets through auctions. Private collections need did develop. What is by most measures the most impressive and comprehensive archive of material related to African American cinema Really with the intent of creating an archive that was available for both scholarly early research and also public programming and exhibitions to really highlight celebrate explore and examine the broader history of African American cinema across the twentieth century. And into the twenty I and he continues to be in conversations with us as new things come auction and that kind of thing so we really want to continue that legacy and also make it in the same ways as accessible for the research and for their conceptualization of the history of African American cinema. I WANNA play a clip from another movie. That is a seminal example of black black cinema. This is one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. Do the right thing in this scene. We're going to hear from a character named Radio Raheem who played by. Bill is always always fighting. The other hand you left hand is kicking much. I mean it looks like the right hand. Love is finished but hold on stop depressed. Rest of the writing is coming back. He's got the best roads now. Strike the devastating right. Oh Hey Kale. I love the scene and it made me wonder about how much film presentation and screenings will. We'll be part of what this collection is going to be about. Are People going to be able to see movies. Are you do screenings and conversations around those films so some programming will be he and major part of the museum's mission going forward. We will have to state of the art theater for film programming and It's great that you played a clip from do the right thing because we are actually organizing a film program. In February February eighth that will feature do the right thing As well as the Whiz we actually the collaboration aberration with Los Angeles County Museum of art and this is really our first attempt at putting together a film program. I think you're scheduled to open in late. Twenty twenty one. We know uh-huh maybe the Academy Museum hasn't quite met its deadlines. Are you pretty hopeful that we will have a museum by the end of next year. We are on schedule to to be substantially complete with construction by the end of twenty twenty. One we haven't announced an actual opening day for the public But everything's moving ahead Ryan Linkov is filmed curator. The Lucas Museum which just acquired the separate cinema archive a collection of black American Cinema Ryan. Thanks so much for coming on the

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"moulin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"moulin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In the Moulin yes right this is character on General Hospital member when he like first burst onto the scene Hey I don't know what he yeah what I know I'm sorry it was K. with the motherland Uday Kentucky water going down the back of the just trying to avoid the fact that Greta some of the year Democrats I know I've Democrat friends are dead anybody say like look I'm all for concerts Asian in a clean and everything but I don't know why this person is getting so much attention be added sixteen at that why she's being used by our parents yeah she herself out there and there's a big conversation right now recently after what happened with Barron trump and his name being brought up our kids part of the conversation if you put yourself out there yeah the parkland kids they put himself out there yeah read up put yourself divest active as you you are an active at this is if you were to change the way that I live my let's see yeah when you become fair on like Donkey Kong it's not trying to do that not just off speaking like twelve languages and reading all the time yeah probably plans in video games yeah hello people try to put hunter Biden that discussion even though he's older than I am.

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'No Room For The Modest Hit Anymore': Broadway Prepares For Summer Closings

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:49 min | 1 year ago

'No Room For The Modest Hit Anymore': Broadway Prepares For Summer Closings

"Broadway is coming off a record season in terms of attendance and box office receipts with twenty nine shows to choose from right now. Five of those shows though including some big budget disappointments agents are going to close over the next two weekends jeff london explains broadway attendance was up fourteen percent between twenty eighteen twenty nineteen generating one one point eight three billion dollars in ticket sales. It's been a great year for broadway and that's true if you're one of the producers of a blockbuster show but not everyone is i've been invited to the party says jeremy gerard who's been covering broadway as a reporter and critic for over three decades when he tallied up the eleven shows that opened in close this season though shows accounted for something like one hundred and forty million dollars in investment and that's a huge number at a time time when we're seeing these blockbuster shells and more reports of higher and higher box office grosses that tells me that we're in trouble that there's no room for the modest hit more several shows always close right after the tony awards if their box offices soft and they haven't won any any tony's and that happened with three shows this year charlotte saint martin president of the broadway league the organization that represents producers in theater owners. She says every summer shows close. We have a history of summer closings that goes back forever in two thousand fourteen. There was six in two thousand twelve. There was it's eight but this year there are more and what's unusual is that instead of hanging onto labor day to cash in on tourist dollars. Five musicals are closing in the next two weekends king kong which bumped up the losses significantly because it cost a staggering thirty six point five million dollars the prom tom pretty woman the share show and be more chill. Jerry gehring is a lead producer of that show. Who's cast album enjoyed more than two hundred million streams before a sold out run off broadway last summer but it never found real traction on broadway. It was a lot of factors like a lot of shows. We didn't get the tony love. We didn't get a straight across. Critical response. Broadway is incredibly expensive and you have to fill a lot of seats to to stem the losses. The producers decided to close in mid august because a lot of its target audience teams. Go back to school now before labor day gearing. Thanks says there are hoping to make back some of the nine million dollars they lost with a tour and licensing the broadway league's charlotte saint martin points out that most shows lose money four out of five shows don't recoup some don't lose all but don't recoup and yes. A lot of people lost a lot of money. There's no question that shows cost more in if they don't recoup. There's more money being lost but why so many this summer new york times critic ben brantley has a theory theory. All the shows were talking about the musicals at least including the unfortunate king kong. Just aren't that good so perhaps we're talking about discernment for wants what's journalist jeremy gerard has another theory. There are five shows lined up for every fever that becomes available and it's a seller's market. It's a market for vertu landlords and they want the big hits in there so i believe that they're putting a lot of pressure on producers of shows that are under performing to cut bait as is quickly as possible to get potential new hit him for example after kinky boots closed this spring moulin rouge moved right into the same theater and it's a smash hit for n._p._r. News i'm jeff london in new york.

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"moulin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"moulin" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Welcome to the bravo clubhouse for the podcast division. Watch what happens live with me. Andy cohen and his co star in his latest film is a golden retriever and turning on bravo will always make her sit and stay. It's watch what happens is with rebecca romaine and milo ventimiglia now xiv everybody. I'm your host. Andy cohen in the clubhouse with two actors who are so talented even their chairs chairs or a little bit intimidated by i guess new movie outs her playing the leader of a high end satanic cults but she spends her spare time following the antics of a cult of women who pray at the altar female gratiot from satanic panic out september six. It's rebecca romaine love you the film as in playing opposite a dog in a performance that is sure to make your tail wagged from the art of racing in the rain opening nationwide this friday. It's my low ventimiglia. The two of you ever met before time well i mean i know oh. You're both otherwise engagement. You look beautiful together. Oh join you and tonight's bartenders are in a show with a great love story set to every repub song under the sun so i paired them with my greatest love under the roof mabus for moulin rouge on broadway say ida fred and kyle. What a hit show. Congratulations very exciting can't wait to come see it. I will tell you my low. I stayed up last night watching coaching your film. I loved the book i love. The is everything you're in make us all saab. I go for emotions <music>. Okay motion seating. Thank you very much. I almost cried when i saw you just did hug me night tonight. <hes> on southern charm which i have to mention rebecca who such bravo hollick she's never seen southern charm. She watched tonight's episode. She's coming in hot with virgin. <music> is yes. I want to apologize to the southern charmed fans. I don't wanna let anybody down but there's only so much space. Sometimes i just want to sit in my chair and watch milo make my voice catherine was giving beyond safe formation vibes with fox hunting look. What did you think avert look. They called it pippi longstocking. I thought that was cold that they called her pippi longstocking. I think she looks like southern victorian barbie zara very good your questions for rebecca in my lower coming in where we get to those here's what three things i'm obsessed with tonight. First rebecca has seen every single bravo show so ever except for southern charm that is until now. Here's what rebecca just watch tonight's episode. Even though she's coming in cold she's coming here with hot takes. It's time to spill the sweet not dots on your first impressions of ashley..

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Upcoming Live Action Disney Films

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Upcoming Live Action Disney Films

"We've got to move on <hes> because Disney have a bunch of live action films coming out at the moment as I'm sure has escaped none of us at all. The Lion King is out in just a matter of days but also creeping into the cinemas <hes> some some trailers full than you live action Moulin Expert News. The matchmakers found your auspicious match. It is what is best for family it now is a much loved Hendrawan traditional animation from the nineties. The trailer gives a bit of a different impression for the story. Though doesn't it Kiara or at least the tone of the film anyway completely so I went back to you <hes> revisions session last night and Actually Watch the original Milan which is brilliant just as fantastic. I remembered it to be and people who did love especially people who did love it. Growing up will remember that it's comedic and quite like it it kind of manages to switch between very intense emotions quite rapidly as those kind of old school Disney movies. I think often did where they handed this very serious setup and then the kind of the comedic side kipp would come in and there will be a five minutes section of complete hilarity and then it would straight back into very meaningful session again the the trailer betrays on Milan as of very kick-ass very very powerful but it also slightly devoid of irony I think Erin and she's seen fighting the huns with incredible martial arts techniques and master of the sword but I what I do what do like about the the original animated version of the movie is not to Milan does disguise himself as a as a man and successfully manages to complete her training and becomes very quiet and controlled and disciplined but she's never portrayed as the most incredible notable fighter you know she's not pretentious kind of martial arts master. She's smart and that's what's good about it and the whole movie is about how goes come be brainy to you know when when when the walked down and going to war and they're all talking about how they were going to fight for their women and they all talk about how the women are great at cooking or the women are really beautiful and we'll on at some point says adjusts.

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BrainStuff Classics: Why Do We Fart?

BrainStuff

06:27 min | 2 years ago

BrainStuff Classics: Why Do We Fart?

"In two thousand and four in a tiny town. A young woman named Rebecca Gould was brutally murdered nearly fifteen years later her killer is still on the loose. It's just really surreal walking around. Don't mention so much. Guys out there yell. I'm Katherine towns, and this is Helen gone catch new episodes by subscribing at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. I'm Lauren Volvo bomb, and I've got another classic episode for you today in it. Our former host Christian Sager answers, a basic yet nonetheless burning question, why do we fart? Rain stuff. It's Christian Sager. So in the late eighteen hundreds there is this French guy and his name was lapel Mon, and he was one of the stars of Moulin Rouge, people would come from far and wide just to watch this guy fart. Yeah. To watch him fart, lapenne them on you see was a professional flatulence, which as it turns out is still sort of thing. And certainly it's a dream job for some. But if you want to move out of the ranks of amateur windbreakers, an into those stinking hallowed halls of the professionally flatulent, you will need to know if thing or two about farts, like what are they why do they happen? And why do they smell so bad? Well, first things first everyone farts every single person. Yes. You to listening to this. You do to to not far would be medically fascinating and probably dangerous on average. Most people are passing about one. Leader of gas a day spread out over thirteen to wait for it. Twenty one incidents. That's Twenty-one separate times in one day, the composition of a fart varies widely. But usually what we're smelling is something that's mostly nitrogen along with oxygen carbon dioxide and even methane. This gas itself comes from several sources the air you swallow gas that enters your intestines from your bloodstream and so on but about seventy five percent of your farts are created in your lower intestine. And unfortunately, not by you see the bacteria living inside you right now, they comprise a micro Buyum all of their own. And when we say, it's intricate. We mean it so intricate that David Attenborough could make a documentary about it these bacteria form this thriving empire with billions of tiny separate organisms living inside their host. And that's you. They're living with you. And symbiosis. Now flatulence occurs when food passes through your stomach and small intestine without fully breaking down. So what does this mean, this means that the food hits the large intestine in an undyed jested state? So for example, let's look at lactose which is present in dairy products like milk and cheese, if you're lactose intolerant than you lack the enzyme that breaks lactose into sugar molecules for the bloodstream without this lactose just breezes through your stomach and small intestine into your large intestine where it becomes the special of the day for billions of Hungary bacteria, those guys love lactose. And if you're not going to digest it they will as they digest this lactose, they emit a number of gases, including methane, hydrogen carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide, which is responsible for the unpleasant, aroma. This process is similar to how yeast produces carbon dioxide to. Leaven bread. And speaking of food. It's true that some foods do produce more flatulence primarily because they contain more indigestible carbohydrates. I'm looking at you beans, nutrient dense, vegetables and fiber, rich foods all have a reputation for nibbling flatulence, that's not necessarily a bad thing. See a scientists learn more about the relationship between diet health and a person's microbiome they're discovering that these flatulent foods may encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria in your gut when they're producing that next embarrassing puff of gas. They're also making molecules to protect your intestinal lining and prevent infections. So remember the next time you're silent crime accidentally ends up sounding like stuttering, trumpet, your intestinal bacteria are the real culprits. They are the ones actually farting. And and look I want to emphasize this. They are farting inside of you. You and then you fart their farts out. Are we clear on that part, which leads us to the bigger question of the day? Who are we fighting inside? Episode was written by Ben Bullen and produced by Tyler clang to hear more weird and funny true stories from Ben check out his show ridiculous history. Available wherever you get your podcast. And of course for more on this and lots of other easily digestible topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hey, Brian Steph listeners in Lumine today. I wanted to tell you about one of our compatriot podcasts here at how stuff works Daniel and explain the universe in which physicist, Daniel Whiteson and cartoonist or hey cham- breakdown. All the amazing things, we know and don't know about our wild universe. They talk through some of the biggest questions and science like how did the universe begin? What is everything made of what's the Higgs bows on can we travel back in time? And where do my socks go after I put them in the dryer. 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"moulin" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"moulin" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"It's not the period it's the story now and so i i like a good character i like an actor who is very thoughtful i like a director that really wants detail and cut and i was the cooperation again um but that's the think the the thing that i want to continue to do in harm because i've touched on a lotta periods you know gibson girl would be fun you know uh moulin rouge will be great uh if i get those but right now is just story talking about tracing of the black experience in america but also them kind of this uh will be more condos uh being an african melbourne house we talked about like what have you learned about that experience from looking at the close i just feel that we are um imprisoning africa in a way that i think people have forgotten um snow the dark continent yes modern it's fiber and it's relevant it has a story uh it's a gigantic continent that has you know east is different from north africa as different from south africa um it still has the indigenous look of a lot of the tribes you can go to africa in fine someone from the him but tribe with her leather drape on you know walking with the cattle uh but she's going to ask you for ten dollars if you want to take her pitch via so uh but if you go to cape town where you go to church oeberg you you could be in sandra pay so if you're in joe borg you could be in brooklyn now and people will realize that so i feel like this film is reawakening that consciousness that people have forgotten yeah we think of paris would take a fashion we think of london with the of the royal family and all that we think of that.

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"moulin" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"moulin" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"Mm bruce justin i don't want to call you out at the very top of the show but when or call way that's a fun when a who in that came on a tv last night you wrote to me and asked did they hire a hobart to sing roxie in for them in my defence it was very late in i was half paying attention to ice dancing wall was running another piece and this music comes through my computer speakers in which it sounds like tom weights is gravel ear drunker uncle is five covering a police song for some reason and when you told me that it was just from the soundtrack of moulin rouge i it made a little bit more sense but not that much more could still wasn't clear why that was a great trapped escaped two and i still feel there is a fifteen percent chance they may have actually hired a hobo to cover that song for their soundtrack in i you know more power to the there should be even more hobo representation in the ice dancing music selections banned do you have any and site the you can offer on the moulin rouge if occasion of ice dancing well there's so much more others in in figure skating in general this year that you know forget about the olympics you could fill an entire us team with skaters who have skated to milan rouge programs this year so it sort of taken over the sport and there are a whole bunch of theories m a among people in the sport as to why some of it is nostalgia people you know grew up listening to this music and now they want to be able to perform to it i love the fact that there there are different theories i mean please go on but just the idea that people aired sitting around debating this an ice dancing salons is like actually i believe in theory number eight about why why moulin rouge has taken over the sport yeah and the funny thing is that a lot of the really young skaters who are skating to the movie.

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"moulin" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"moulin" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"So do you wanna talk about the symptoms yes so what am i do what's what's happening now that i am inside somebody else great question so the symptoms associated with active tb are actually pretty nonspecific but they are really longlasting so you often end up with progressive fatigue malays general weakness maybe some weight loss you will definitely get a cough rate because tvbs and all of your friends and family are just feeling your lungs with bacteria you'll probably has fever nights sweats you probably don't have much of an appetite since you're immune response is like on high alert so that's why you end up losing a lot of weight and that costs might be nondescript and unproductive at first but it eventually will end up with what they call purulent sputum that is not that does not sound good right and it's often bloody you've seen the movie rate the movie moulin rouge oh yes yeah you've seen that you probably see now one hundred other movies where somebody dies of tb and the way that you know they're dying of tv is there coughing blood and you're like well there you go i just watched m bleak house the bbc production and i don't know what either this is charles dickens novel not not nicholas nickel b yeah anyway yeah and so one of the characters spoilers but the book spin out flicked over a hundred 100 years the us dies of tv not much of a spoiler at that point heck yes so the infection might be mild for like months you literally could be coughing up tvbs and friends and family for months without going to the doctor because you're like i've got bronchitis or i have called or whatever so remember when we talked about are not the number of secondary infections that you get from a single infectious person right guess what it is for tb who in this is under current circumstances like in today's population.

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"moulin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"moulin" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"This film it instantly reminded me of baz luhrmann's moulin rouge it does it have that vied took it i actually it's it look so similar i gould it to see of buzz baz luhrmann had made this film it boy career struck me as kind of old fashion in in in a negative way okay it will put on his show but at i saw a again never you won't forget and it's the kind of movie wear the story structure is a little bit weak but some really charming performances by zack f armed and up uh shall way in his doesn't have enough seen but i think she's still make an impact as people arms wife so yeah i i'll be very curious to see what other people think of it and i hope that parents bring their kids because i i'd like to see the musical if not make a full come back lease had some sort our uh resurrection because we don't look at the many of them no you don't especially original musicals written for hollywood we've seen some adaptations of broadway musicals but dad that is not this at all allowed at mobile bells you like other uh there's always an animated movie around this time of years and there were two they already open all of them will it out now when you really charming it yeah this is from takes architects are almost always got it right the i spoke to one of the and made us behind the film interesting the attention to detail is stunning and haggerty in olympic exhausting it's thick here look it go through basically wonderful story can it and all of the culture the daily dead so it sort of the eight different ethic kinda take on a story knew each he kind of had more us taste this is a different spin but it's really rich with it's just a really effective story and uh again if young and old time so it's kinda thing where i think parents would get something out of it and it certainly hotel tell a are there any sort of family values oriented christmas films i mean it it seems like this would be the year or two the release of film the really appeals to some of the traditional american values that we love to see depicted in films like it's a wonderful life anything like.

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"moulin" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"moulin" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis

"Um hi love moulin rouge so cetane would be the part for me up on stage yeah yeah i mean i feel like i have another ten years before it would be appropriate if uh because i mean she's weathered prostitute basically um but i i love that i am such a big fan of like a tragic romance we all get advice and i like to ask everybody with the worst advice they ever got was um probably that i look great in my denim shorts and leg warmers what no yes it's horrible that that bothers you know i mean like leg warmers and denim skirts should never have been a thing is very bad arose like my one fashion fauxpas wished never happened don't lonely deal you wrong vanessa hudgens thank you so much for joining me christ thanks for listening to another episode of no limits if you like what you heard please make sure to leave us a review it really does help get the word out and don't forget you can follow along with us behind the scenes on twitter facebook instagram snapchat at rebecca jarvis special thanks to the team here at abc that helps make this happen taylor dodd michelle bone cardio josh go hand andrew help steve jones any of sock waif at elizabeth hacked and join me next tuesday for an all new episode of no limits with rebecca jarvis until then take care fbi wealth.

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"moulin" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"moulin" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"I'm just trying to get you the streak to speak to in ii hang out and moulin too soi heard and you guys don't communicate that's the problem so here you i feel like i bet i read that is bad has been my challenge that's quite thorough review our rainy take this one because you're gonna tell him it yessoi let me translate uh it's a at that this flow state is nothing but just being fully engaged what you're doing just like when you're on the and when when you on their uh in combat you you you're thinking about what you need to do tactically strategically what you're doing uh with your gun in your hand you know what voice away or commands are being called or if you're jumping out an airplane whatever you're doing if that flow state is fully engaged in the moment and what makes us different as we have to have that excitement that's where we thrive yet joshwe agree with that that's where that's where life is found i call it on the boundary in the old days it was it was called the zone you're in the zone you know that's one guy the guy like michaeljordan which is set up there and he hit the shots are like impossible to hit that's flow site zones kind of an active meditative state what he said about that nashyep worn out of repair and thought we we find it in big right i'misishey you wanted it are not a trillion rainy united after a mantras dopamine not a tweet for us and we start on me main you guys hey guys gonna stop talking like therapist out there a man donny called it new white you're talking to lorraine here dopamine is is is there is what we need to feel alive it is the alive neurochemical and if we don't feel alive we have no purpose no nodrive is it isn't like that out that is it like adrenaline.

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"moulin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"moulin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"There's the coolest bought music moulin signifying what what what it's time for us the time for the this was slipping into our slipping into something comfortable the thorough today's upset of on the agenda thank you for listening truly appreciate of the show at the rhonda gummy yank the go i think the biggest complete let's see here i'm i'm sitting here looking at drudge and all of a sudden big big big big gigantic headline comes up seizes of all sucks all the extra oxygen out of the room and i had to practice saw what this is about as you may have heard we respect for my staple her i'm and move some collating and stapley typical uh admitted stuff you i'm the administered on the edge their own x and we are covered thorough dot com and it was talked about for will pest a couple of days about where there's gonna be a test which is kind of like all what if it fails we were told the whole world about home bear seem ready to be test was about as can we shoot a missile out of there in other words can we hit a bullet with a bullet can we send missile up from down here to intercept a missile from say north korea russia or china whatever when you when you when you look at the the scope of things newark up into the sky you you see this this will you get serious like this in and 'spect can we can we hit that we've we've proved this years ago that we could do this when we took something about the size of a school bus out of the upper stratosphere but we're we're doing it again now because uh well were being threatened by north korea they're talking about possibly sending a missile nucleartipped missile into the us so anyway you're shoot stone mike warhead in defense system test launch man this is a thing of beauty just watch the two over at the drudge report.

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