13 Burst results for "Mr Jealously"
"mr jealousy" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast
"They wanted to stop looking after Dorothy. And they're like you know you should be focused on the girl meaning. K. Chalice. and. Their core persona. And Stop worrying about the everybody else. You know that And Gene is going looking to patrol is my family. They're the ones that have been looking out for me and even though they drive you insane. From time to time, you know they're. They're the ones that They're the ones that I need and. So. There there's this conflict growing between them, and ultimately Jane. Gets locked in the cell. When Because the her persona other. Sonya's are. Looking to prove a point. And just if you justify doing that, are you in agreement with well? In a way. I! Get where they're coming from because you know obviously. The most of the. Personalities have been so focused on like okay, you know. Even though we all have our own individual identities, we still look after K.. We're so focused on K. and they see Jane is taking their eye off the ball. And You know they've they've even mentioned if I'm not mistaken. They talk about Miranda. The the previous primary. And so. They, bring her up and as a way to kind of show like well, you know. We did have one previous primary. We could always replace you as well. If you don't get your act together. And in Jane is just beside herself. because. Jane has just been numbing herself with drugs and. Just not wanting to cope with anything since finding out what the chief did. Feeling so betrayed by him that. You know she just that it's. Hurting wanting to numb herself as affecting the others, and so it's upsetting the balance and as a result, they're just feel like deficit. You know here's our ultimatum. You know you either do this and you do this or you're out of here. And we'll see what happens. Is. They do very much down to. It's our way or the highway kind of thing. But. I do I do understand where they're coming from, but I also think maybe they should be could also see that granted chief did not behave in the best way, but they maybe see that the rest of the doom patrol may actually be beneficial to Jane Yeah as a whole, but they almost seem he them as a threat to the ultimate goal of protecting you know K, which I think is curious I envy there that she bones more with them than she bonds with the other personalities said. Could you Mr Jealousy right? Why can't we have that? Well I think I think there's something to that. I think I think they do feel threatened. By JANE'S CONNECTION TO THE DOOM PATROL That Maybe Jane as the primary would. Realize that maybe she didn't need the other personalities anymore. Like in as a result you know, become more hole..
"mr jealousy" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"Too. There's something or compelling anyway and so what's your purely happy incident and your life really happy incident. Well I think I mean movie wise Personally I graduated from high school or something this particular Well I was a say you know working with Greta. I mean knowing grab meeting Greta but working together with her on Francis and also also meeting atom on Francis. I mean both that movie in a way has has. It's sort of two. I'd say to my most important collaborators but also to Migrate Friends And you know I knew before Francis but working that way together there was joyful and you at all nervous because sometimes that can be difficult. It will we weren't a couple and so we were but still having any kind of collaborator. You're used to working on your own. Yeah well we kind of it found its natural this sort of natural. I don't know what it called. Call the mega parameters that SORTA faller barriers. That followed were I. I know she was very much an actor in the movie but also because she co authored a cheap you know she was very much approach. The shorthand was there. She knew the whole movie so well obviously and and then having Adam come in and sort of having him to also also in some ways do the lines as if he kind of had invented them in some way to I mean it's it's that I think the thing would both both of them were. I felt like this immediate familiarity. But then when they're performing their doing something also that is that in a sense almost sort of Adam issues this sort sort of notion of benign rebellion as as acting. But there is that sort of thing that they're almost rebelling back. You know but in the way that that the material needs needs it. That's where the aliveness is. That's where the what what you you require from an actor but I think it changed how I mean meeting Greta. Change how I have changed how I solved the world in a Lotta ways to I mean and and she has like I always i. I felt a real familiarity which I think we recognize each other but also a I always felt like I wanted to be better for her. Are Hackers like this. The same thing about you know. Well that's nice. I think I better because you taught her all these things. Well it's I I think I guess maybe that's that's good is that we both thought were learning. It's great I'd maybe we were both Mantech. Yeah it's very romantic to work with someone you're involved with to me. That's a very romantic thing and scary because it almost you you know. It's hard to imagine what if you fight or what if something goes wrong. Does that concern you ever will. It's sort of what I put in. Marriage story was the fact that they work together. Because I did feel it raised the stakes in a way that that made it. You know that that she says Muse. And Yeah and collaborator and there is this sort. The feeling of of of not only is this relationship you know over over as they as they certainly as they no it. So is this real you know. They're on their own. And it's like a band breaking up or something like you know. Now you're GonNa get you know. Imagine Ram you know both really brilliant records record but solar records. I'm always interested in. I Love Beatles Solo records because I do think there's something about the because the Beatles are sort of in the sense like so fully formed and there. Is this sort of thing of like you. It's hard to to almost like you not to unpack it. It's like it's it's just like it's like beauty you know it's a cycle the air and then when they're performing when they're doing doing their own things there is that thing like. Oh you see you get to see inside it in a way that you couldn't there's I think careers are so interesting. That way afflict people's careers like Bergman as a quote about after persona the movie after persona which is hour of the wolf which she said which been persona was so well received received the media classic and then our the Wolf I guess at the time people really and he said I understand what they were saying. You know about certain things about it and you know He said but it was an unsteady step in the right direction. And I think that's a beautiful way to describe like what's necessary in a career. Is this sort of like searching and finding and you know and I love movies and records by people were you feel them between Things because you do see it in a way that you don't see it otherwise persona I I think as a masterpiece and it's near perfect movie and I found it almost almost impenetrable for that reason because it's so mysterious and that's why it makes it. A great movie is that I watch it and I get something new every time but I don't the watching like our the wolf in passionate of Anna and shame that come after it where you see sort of this other. It's the imperfection that makes them so interesting and sometimes even almost learn more. Because you're you see what they're figuring out and it makes it more. Sometimes you know those ones I will keep returning to for that reason. I don't know how I got on that. Beatles love that one more thought though so like Bergman and like other directors you kind of work with similar people like Adam and various others mickey in various people show up again and again is that Dean Wareham. Yes exactly who was in a bad luna galaxy five hundred minimum broke up and accorded with his wife. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He's coming into my brain and weird ways do you. I like that. Is that easier. Do you find that something. You always strived for I mean Jesse. Eisenberg hasn't come back but I'm waiting you work with Jesse see again. Yeah I you know. It's kind of sad movie three. Actually it was a news in Alexa Adams. In what four four and our young gradison three of them and I love it. I mean I think it's kind of my fantasy when I started making movies. Was You know and I actually did it. From kicking screaming to Mr Jealousy. I used a lot of the same people again but I think in a lot of cases it's very the winter more. What's the women vary more than the men I guess so maybe not quite as Greta? Yes yes hi replace. No she is She's a one off a unique unique. But I in some cases crew is I I use people again because I think I was living with that fantasy of like I found my group and everything and I wasn't. They weren't necessarily the right people for for me and I think sometimes you you can't force that on you know you have to really find those things for real and know when they are for real. 'cause you know not unlike these falling for these relationships we're talking about you. Radars not catching but and again why think about Adam and Greta and Francis being kind of a happy thing that was because I feel like that you're people found my people and and but I I also think that again depending on the project and some projects I think the familly familiarity goes back to park slope even like shooting in New York. There are some movies that feel like that. Familiarity in in those ways is is is an inorganic part of the material and important for the material. And then there's there's some movies reason subjects where I feel like it kind of needs something new. You know. You don't want you need to get out of that you know and you mix it up a little bit and maybe bring new is in new way to bring in you know work with the different cameraman for the first time or something working with Robbie and Meyer Whitson Marriage story. was you know. Oh exciting for me because I he and I have together and found sort of new.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on Five Things with Lynn Hirschberg
"The mouse living in that world. But that Yeah The New Yorker the what what things would turn up in the New Yorker the right with that would feel like both familiar and fantasy at the same time region Eh. So what incident in your life is not good. That turned out to teach you something. Well maybe your parents divorced I. Well my parents divorced certainly could be one I was GONNA say the the time between made kicking screaming and then I made Mr Jealousy and great great and after Mr Jealousy I found myself a little bit lost in. It took me a long time to make another movie. And it's one of those stories that when when I've talked about I have the comfort of now having these invasive yes in retrospect to say like well I learned so much and all that but it's I mean it's true but it was a real struggle for me at the time and it was. It was very why do you think well I I because you work so quickly now. We'll appears that way. There's like a line in Frances. Ha that I think about which is something can. She's asked what she does and she goes but she's Samantha says she says I don't really do it and I felt I felt a little bit of a certain point like I don't even know if I'm filmmaker anyway. I mean I made these two movies but I. I wasn't able at the time and to make another one. I was an and of course because you couldn't write one because I'd written I've written some ones that didn't couldn't I couldn't get money for mister. Jealousy had not had kind of gone sort of fizzled in terms of its. It didn't really happen in a way you know. Kicking screaming had had response. Yeah Nice Nice response and but Mr Chelsea kind of just was for whatever reason it just sort of disappeared and it was almost like you know I think think for for people in the business around me. It was almost like it didn't happen and so I kind of I at the time. So much of the my motivation ovation was to make another movie. What happened without my realizing it was an and I wouldn't? I started seeing therapist. You know in some ways because contra more consciously about this frustration with my career and data today but it was of course then the work in therapy that of course became personal work and not couldn't he couldn't solve my career problems Maybe he helped in some way. Well he did and I think it was the personal work that of course in how I changed as a person and how I kind of grew up and it's it's kind of found myself a little bit that when I did have the opportunity to again with squid I was kind of ready for it but if you would ask me. You know at that time. I'd be like I'm totally ready for it. You know and I think it was lucky it happened. Although it was really a hard time I mean I i. I know Frau Long we talking about a year to you know it was it was I mean it was close to I mean Mr. Jealousy was made in ninety seven. And then I made aide Squid in two thousand and four so it was like seven years but squid quickly took a long time squid squid. I started writing after I was in therapy and I started writing. It probably probably around like two thousand one or so so it's still took a long time even after it was written to get made but it also was a process of of being able to write it and I'd written some other scripts that weren't they were kind of more conventional. I thought maybe I should try to do something more commercialized. I liked. I had all this sort of stupid like looking for anything to kind of change my fortune away. You know that if like I and and but you never took another. You never took a job for pay. No you are very disciplined that way. Because I even then I didn't have I didn't I feel I a kind of relationship with that kind of way of doing it and so I'm sure you were offered things I was some. Yeah I mean I was offered some things things that Like but I never I just didn't I still sort of saw believed in myself in a certain way way that I was in could be this personal filmmaker and I felt like what I could write for myself. I could best serve in a way as a director but was you know it was also that kind of sort of pigheadedness which could not served me too. But I I if I hadn't sort of like done the work on myself in a way if that makes sense I mean I I But that was it was hard. It was hard to. I mean. It's it's you know. I'm asked about autobiography my movies a lot. But it's it's interesting because I like Francis High. Yeah I get s less about it because people assume it's grabbing but actually that time of that being twenty seven and being lost and feeling like you were you know that you identified yourself a certain way and suddenly. You're not able to do it the way she can't dance. I related related to Very strongly I love that movie I love and I love The one after it too. I think it's one of the greatest. Just characters ever created mistress. America's this America is really she's one of the great characters ever invented. I Brooke of known. A lot of Brooks We all have but there is something kind of what you did what I think you consistently do. is you take someone who could be seen seen in a negative light and twist the prison so that it's both I mean you get the negative. It's not it's gone but it somehow also the captivating debating qualities emerge and. That's a very difficult thing to do consistently you have a good. I think you have a very good heart that way there is. Is this sort of love that you have for the character the monster. But she's also a completely intoxicating monster and and because it's Greta. It's it's even yeah. She's the intoxication is. It's that much stronger. I of course will. It's it just captivating I mean she's fascinating but at the same time. How much time would you really want to spend with Brooke right well? It's that thing in those relationships. You know that we you know Paul get into in in many different forms throughout our lives. That are a that are with people who are somehow both a someone might use the word toxic or or unhealthy but there are incredibly seductive and seductive particularly for you. I mean we all have those relationships with people to you see someone you know why we're also have you know so much. I think we know so much better than everybody else about the relationship there in. But it's like the the the the that thing of of you know I'm always so interested in like who's radar catches what some people are like. You know have great radar and I and and would never kind of except you know or or or fall for a person that we might be total suckers for and then vice versa. Then and then something happens with them and you're like how could you not see that coming you know but it's like why do you keep going back. Yeah why do you keep going back. And it's it's it's interesting and I I do find that interesting and in movies and as characters is is is creating those kind of dynamics and why people you know Greenberg and Florence Orange. Why do people find themselves in these dynamics? That are you know from the outside. You'd say like Oh that's so unhealthy or whatever but it's it you. There's something there seduction that.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on Movie Crush
"I'm here with Casey Hello We just had a pretty heated discussion about the Irishman everyone which kind of sets us up. Great for marriage story. Maybe a bit like a divorce and start seeing Sondheim here in a minute. So marriage story is is a movie directed and written by the Great Noah. Baumbach one of my favorite filmmakers ever since I was in college and he made Kicking and screaming and then another movie called Mr Jealousy which didn't perform super well was just okay. They took a very long break in his career. Before coming back strong with squid and the whale and just been to me on a chair since then agreed like one of the great filmmakers of our of my generation But but what do I know I watch one hundred percent of movies so stars. Well we'll get through the whole cast but obviously Scarlett Scarlett Johansson and Adam driver are the leads Who is the kid? What was his name? I don't know that kids actually other than that. He looks like Danny Lloyd from the shining meaning. He was good yeah. I thought he did a good job. They didn't ask too much of them. they didn't need like Kramer versus Kramer Level Emotion Oceana this kid but I think he used them fine. So let's talk about it. What did you think I? I'm going to start the disclaimer disclaimer. That I watched this on net. flicks didn't see in theaters me too. Okay all right cool do who had theatrical L. Experience you had this movie okay okay cool so maybe you'll have a different a more theatrical take And I went in very nervous because the kind of general consensus around the movie woods is going to break your heart is going to be really gut wrenching And I actually found it less gut wrenching than I thought it was GONNA be. I did really enjoy a same here. Yeah I thought it was pretty fair. Inevitably everybody was taking a side of who they thought was right. Oh Yeah Yeah. I think kind of misses the point but I thought it was pretty fair in the performances. Were were amazing is talking about who was right. That's an interesting thread. Oh my gosh. So many people chose team too cold team. Charlie what team are you on. I well like I said I feel like it's pretty fair. I'm slightly more team Nicole. Okay but I love and I know we're going to get into this one of my favorite things when I was reading reviews about this is so many people call Laura dern and when she used to like God made women are judged so much more harshly and it goes back to the Bible so many people call at that scene in the very next thing they right is Adam. Drivers cares a great father and he had so many chances to cheat.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on Hustleshare
"Over the real the big land okay so around two thousand five now was under delivering happiness oh she was like the first the first program there so imagine for for a few years what's the what's it like interstate so I mean I I'm the I'm the guy with an accent here during the real oh gee right for for you how did you grow up given the mean this the forefront and then then you move to Silicon Valley had effective change because gay codeine at nine year old high school whatever it's more of like a hobby and then you fucking level up the MEK as which is Silicon Valley hey how did that she well in in in high school when I took the computer science course they're right up there are saying Oh yeah you know programmers they're only making like forty okay around forty K. dollars a year for for me for now it's not really a lot these days but back in the day I was like Oh wow that's really the Chris grew up in the east coast Maryland right yeah so so I had to make a decision whether this is what I really wanted to do can't think about anything else besides right programming wow so no matter what the no far no nothing yeah WBZ I really wanted to do really so it's like a calling really it wasn't really difficult for you to define that so again going back to you that Silicon Valley thing how did that change ranger perspective because eventually you're you're paths would cross you actually are the guys who actually work together I'm just you know third wheel that the smoking free right you guys eventually worked together and appreciate your experiences in Silicon Valley and whatever experience you did next really impacted how you did your moving forward what did you do until the valley I basically were was in charge not recharged really working with team building community portals community portals that's right exactly it sounded like random like front end like with say they they like they put me on the front page for Ebay for like a week to see what I can do wow that the pages the manage fucking did Eh okay or is it the front page of faces on the front page news just to see what I can do and how different different kind of like challenges during this time I I didn't I I was trying to look for a job where we're originally from Washington DC and that was really tough for me because you need to have security clearance because it's Washington DC and San Francisco they're really open to programmers and I don't know how it is now but this was like in two thousand and five and you know the whole startup craze and programming and technology was like you know in full swing after the bubble burst but then right before or the recession right right there there is some impulsive I was right there in between those two periods right and got like facebook was like what two thousand four yes right so later odio before and whatnot yeah so I I was I just enter San Francisco and I was live thing where they're trying to hustle and try to find like programmer and technologist and people people who are very enthused and technology it was crazy so let me move forward because I could talk about San Francisco in two thousand and ten is when I moved to to Manila and the reason why I moved I wasn't really planning on staying here I was actually just went on a six month sabbatical Yup from my company after working there for five years because one of my coworkers in San Francisco was always like talking to me like during the smoke breaks about how he always wanted to live abroad oh I'm looking at US guys like this guy is like forty years old when it's too late for him okay yeah and I was thinking to myself as well yeah I don't WanNa be like that right I kinda wishing older you back then do that that's got to be twenty six away okay that's quarter life crisis more or less so I so I decided you know what let me switch over to freelancing recession got nobody nobody wants to hire employees out I saw with my company I wasn't like Oh so don't get that wrong it was never there but I yeah so I switched over to like more consulting and then that gave me polity to move to the Philippines out for you jeff how did you start because this is you know I've always admired your business accurate and I'm pretty sure this is something Green your early on how did you start your journey out of being an entrepreneur and were there you're you have an alter ego and let's call this outer ego now because this is have been revealed Mr Jealousy Mr Boycott okay so where does this alter ego come from and how did you up being in a learning experience that helped you put up Galleon Well early on when I was still in probably a college that's a stir I started to get to buy and sell stuff by specifically it's because my sister so she was doing a lot of buying and selling of mental breadsticks if your own my Guy my sister was saying that just tapping naturally that you know My friends got to know that I was selling it because when they were going to house they were like craving encompass okay that's the way it started you study so savior Highschool Grade School and for college it's okay cool and after college I bumped for a while probably a year ago but while I was being a bum this kind of first thing I would say I started thinking thinking around with what can I do online found out that okay there's this platform called Blogger so what can I do about it okay so I I eventually had idea that you know what I make these promos I hate it when they say check the poster and print ads for details and then you go online there's nothing there's no that's where your facebook holiday have the poster but there's no those yes so it's kind of annoying for me and I thought okay all these people are probably searching for it so let's see what would happen how a kind of rope broke down a blog so there's freebies there's promotions and their contest got so F- gators to a wide variety of people who wanted to join you know anything especially for those skilled ones who would like to join clubs because there's a lot of door on video on this what I was doing blog my blog bike report blog so I'm glad you did you get this name Boyko report always it's just something I don't know I I'm not sure how I came up with it I'm pretty sure my wife my girlfriend back there so while I was thinking about you know the blog screwing around with Leah how to make it better also we're getting more involved with how to market so I got to learn about Seo I gotta read about analytics very feasible so I got a whole gist of how this marketing online because I come from a background for back in May may degree advertising in Oregon so you think that I would know after I left college right yeah but the thing is I didn't know shit true or lastly all yes all your advertising it's all concepts but doing this on nine stonier different ballgame get changing how does it kept changing every month every year so you have to catch up all of the things that's having because what you've read probably a few months ago WanNa play now isn't the hottest thing now so that's how he got got start eventually I started the first company riches awesome dot beach off sudden that was the height of a group one dude I always ooh Yeah Yeah conversation before but afterwards I could also correct correct what do that's how I learned how to sell this is like y'all for me so I I knew I I did a bit of selling in college right but doing that start up you push me hard correct today because it's very difficult odder hundred people like you to go to the same time going because we were all Gacy market yeah the service market on the back of the right exactly exactly but the confidence that I got.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"Turtles kids so i didn't have the head of all the military man listen i. I had to bring up a message that one of our colleagues left and slack. I will not out who who it was but they sort of you know. We're getting behind paramount's thinking they're like sure henry golding. This guy's handsome recognizable. He's increasingly popular. Let's put would've buying a mask and it's like this is a good and bad choice for him. It's a good choice because there's probably a little bit of money attached catch this role. Maybe two or three million i would say this is seems like his biggest payday <hes> and good for him you know henry golding has earned this moment <hes> do i think the snake is is a good career move for him. Absolutely absolutely not wow this is a a a b level or c. Level franchise absolutely lulu especially without the rocker bruce willis and then to change that but where it is right now i would agree with you and especially with robert swanky attached to direct that is not yeah swanky. He's okay but but he doesn't really knocked me out. I would not have done this if i was henry henry golding but i also understand why take a page. There's not a lot of feature roles for asian actors now. Though you gotta take what you can get to get to the this is not a role for four an asian actor nicolas hoult just as he's under the under the mass he probably just didn't want to be under you can put this on your resume as an actor this. I'm the lead in a franchise which is film and gray for diversity and inclusion but what happens if it fails. I shouldn't have done it. I mean it's it's the risky run run with signing onto just about any franchise now <hes> just to give you a little more information on this film. According to t h are the script is said to center on snake is seeking revenge for his his father's death by joining a ninja clan in the process of finding acceptance all right. We have more to cover as little block here so i want to bring up a question from the live chat from steve calderon who's asking what are your thoughts on. These theories that henry golden's character in last christmas is an angel or ghost. If you noticed in the trailer we only see him min scenes with amelia clark yup yup and she says you you're never around what i'm looking for you just kind of pop up so as soon as all the trim wait a minute and you get that so. I'm glad that everyone else figured that out but geoffroy figured it out first because nobody figures it out. I know one thing move in general the opportunity to like try to discover it for myself. The first headline i saw was oh did they just give the twist away and then and you know the little blurb underneath basically gives it away so always. We didn't think this was the twist moving. The twist. I thought is that is that she is sana anna well. She does michelle yeoh the boss she doesn't do that would be a fund santa claus playing santa claus captain georgia. I don't know if it's like lake in the store more of like a like almost like a supernatural approach if but if that was the spin and the trailer makes you think that he's actually an angel when she is in fact santa claus i would be all for that look. I'm it's certainly possible when she's getting wheeled in. She has dark brown hair. What what is she when she's in most of the trailer. It's the light brown issue on that hospital bed the whole film having this whole like fever dream about this relationship in henry buildings. Thanks for guardian angel. Her parents are in and michelle yeoh. Maybe god even and trying to steal her back into life and what you can do with a life when she comes out of this thing i i like the trailer a lot more than i learned to store. I think it's the most appealing amelia clark has been to me i think ever because i'm not a big fan of hers hers but i'm still confused as to the george michael elements of this movie was designed like george michael musical titles literally as george michaelson greg lamb saw okay and they play freedom at the end of the trailer. Get that how how these two things go together. I think this was the point of making they wanted to make it a george michael music inspired films. There's a lot of songs on here that apparently the soundtrack that are gonna have never been heard before. I guess it's also because it feels so different from other other movies in a similar vein that we've gotten this share. Let's say blinded by the light which is coming up in <hes> <hes> not rocket man. What am i thinking yesterday yesterday where it is a direct reference to let's let's say the beatles so maybe it's just a different approach way of using an artist music without having to do a bio-pic yeah. Yeah we do have one more story in this block to get to and it's something that actually really broke right when we were wrapping up movie talk yesterday and i was bummed. We didn't get to talk about it. Then so harry styles has turned down the role of prince eric in disney's live action remake of the little mermaid so given the fact that we were just discussing whether or not we thought it was a good move for henry golden. Take the guy's role. Do you think this was a good or bad decision on styles houses part to pass on this opportunity. You wanna universe sure. I kind of liked this idea. I liked that. He passed on it. You know you talk to me about a boy band singer trying to be an actor and i merely go get out of here with that stuff. Show me something he he had a small part in in <hes> dunkirk and did all right. If you're trying to break out of this boy band connection maybe going into disney film as where you wanna go maybe going into the independent film route little more grittier. Little dirtier type filmed a role rather. Maybe you want to do that and so maybe stepping into maybe any that elvis film was that too so stepping into something that you're going to be the love interest and you're going to deal with this idea of like well. We wanna make this very female. Centric more empowering powering than the original animated film then maybe you're only seen as an object rather than a character fully fleshed out and you can really show your acting skills so to me maybe that was his way of thinking and i kind of applaud him moving off of that for that reason reasonable <hes> thought process there is that opportunity is on on the horizon for him because repairing little mermaid snake is if you want to establish yourself with a big movie before going onto you know using acting cloud to swing your weight around and get other smaller projects. Little mermaid is the way to go about it. That is the safe bet especially compared to snake eyes. I was i was the little surprised by but not one hundred percent. I guess i'm mixed on it overall. <hes> i understand wanting to turn it down wanting to do something a little bit edgier. I i think yes that he thought he may be may have gotten that elvis. Movie was probably pretty disappointed when he didn't. He doesn't need the money you know. I think think i think he wants to be paired with hollywood's classic leading ladies like this was emma stone as the little mermaid i i don't think he would turn it down but to be romantically paired with halle bailey who hasn't really doesn't doesn't have a lot of experience. I could see why he may not wanna beezer that take is your fault if there's check that i want to be working with like hollywood's top actresses. Why don't you have to earn that position. Russian for god's sakes ephron can't even do that one hundred percent and he's like got way more credibility than harry styles as an actor. Maybe it'll be the guy who comes in in and takes over this role a bad choice. I just want him for like being in a disney movie directed by rob marshall and having some of these other people that's not good enough. I love also like we can't necessarily say that that is exactly right here like if i was harry styles i i don't don't know that i would want to. I want more experienced co star. I think that's that's why i think like an agent and a manager and that's why you turned it down rocca. That's right turned it down for something better and you know what because i believe in myself and i know something better is coming along moving onto his story that we can then actually backup courtesy of some jeff snyder reporting. We have sure located in this story no reporting from john rocca okay. Do you dare wanted like thi. This talk is going to direct an interactive haunted house movie for amblin jeff. Tell us about it. I was coming off of crawl. <hes> which was a modest hit. This summer made about sixty million worldwide on a budget of thirteen. He is going to work with the haunting hill host guys mike flanagan and geoff howard as well as collider nick simon. This is an interactive horror movie so basically it's a choose your own adventure style thing they're working with this company keno industries and they have this control movie be technology and it's basically an app that you'll be asked to download before you go into the movie theater and the entire. I will then be able to vote on their phones for what they want to happen. It'll change what what happens in the film. It'll change the ending. It'll change the potentially the running time so this is obviously an experiment. It's a bit of a gimmick but i like it because i think that you need to do things like that to compete with these giant disney ten polls and also the relative easy accessibility of streaming services. You know this. This'll be a lower budgeted. Film haunted house this movie but i don't know i think it sounds fun to me. I am all for this idea. I was reading your report and admittedly when i hit the point where it said an app app for your phone. My red flag went off and i was saying to myself before even continued on with the article and really thought about it. I do not want cell phones in my movie theater ever ever ever bought applied in this case thinking about because we're always talking about how important it is to have the communal vibe especially when you're seeing something like a horror movie to have that be ah shared experience with a whole bunch of strangers. I don't know that just sounds so exciting to me that yeah bring in the cellphones. If that's what it takes to make it happen the the history of the world is littered with people who took something that irritated other people and turned it around to make it work for them and this sounds like that kind of situation who is isn't irritated by seeing someone to turn on their cell phone in the middle of a movie and do whatever and play a game which i've seen before during movies insane or text imagine turn that in i'm having that understanding that you can't stop the tide of that and go. How do i take advantage of that situation. Oh let me have them iraq with their cell phones during a movie while they're watching something that that is brilliant to me. There's a certain kind of brilliance to that. I do wonder if there's some sort of functionality where the app can at least you know like do things like automatically. Dim your screen in lock you into the app for the entire movie because that is something that i really wouldn't want to happen. If you can use it you could use the app for the sake of the movie but i don't want someone when and the choices over to go on over to twitter and start scrolling through so i hope whatever app component they come up with has some restrictions to it. I mean if someone wants to be on twitter in a movie. They're going to be on twitter and movie. That just sucks for the person next to them. I suppose unless they're sitting next to me. I just think i obviously they're going. I think you need to present the audience with a choice. Every few minutes just like a black mirror. Bander snatch did to keep them engaged so those phones probably we'll have to stay out but you know everyone's going to have their head down voting at the same time you know so then they go back to the movie to see what their choices is dictated and i don't know i i think it could work. Do you guys remember doing this. In the nineties. <hes> there was like this movie. It was either mr payback or mr jealousy or something like dad was mr payback. You don't remember they had actual devices in the theater so you would like hit a button on a console attached to your seat and the audience would vote it and you'd get the ending or whatever would happen. I think this is obviously the next wave of and spielberg and his company be the one driving you know. I think it's it sounds pretty cool. If there's any team behind something as ambitious as this the group that you just named in this piece. I am all for it i really do. I believe that if anyone can pull it off. It's this group right here guys. I hope you enjoyed this supersized addition of collider movie talk as always. I must thank my panelists jeff in roker. Thank you for being here. During the live chat ataman the booth back there and leaving you guys now i am off to north bend washington but guess who's going to host the show the next today's that guy right there have fun. You're in good hands. 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"mr jealousy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Is the verse all your show? Glad once again to be here. Thank you very much of having us in. We have three hours a compelling radio between now and noon today Limbaugh, of course, crosses the threshold of twelve noon. And then we go from there. Apparently, the mayor now says she's willing to hold a news conference on the healthy. Holly book deal, quote as soon as possible. Yesterday. We mentioned that the mayor has reportedly has the Monja and is in an area hospital. Quote, however spokesperson James Bentley says, quote, the mayor looks forward to a detailing to the media and public the arrangement with the university of Maryland medical system to produce healthy Holly children's books as soon as possible following her release from a hospital. I should've been hospitalized over the weekend from pneumonia serious stuff, by the way that a serious stuff. Medical system. Paid pew for about one hundred thousand copies of herself published healthy Holly books and five orders of twenty thousand books each five bucks, a piece, I guess she didn't look up too much of a deal. Man, if you're going to buy one hundred thousand books from some thank you, get the wholesale rate. But I guess not. She has since then resigned the board. And now is having a sign up for says mayor Catherine Pugh making Sheila Dixon looked like a rookie. Wow. Okay. So it goes on and she still holds a firm grasp on the mayor's seat in Baltimore City. This is just classic self-dealing. But she looks forward to tell us all about it. Whether or not she takes questions will be interesting to see remember last Thursday. She said that she was glad the important messages in the book reached our city's children. Well, apparently, did not least not very much. We keep asking that. If any of you has seen a healthy Holly book if you have one in your possession. Call us, let us know. We'll get it here the station somehow and a dramatic reading of it so far. I mean since the story broke last week. Not a single soul has said. Oh, yeah. I have one in my hands right now. So the question there because exactly which of our cities children actually did get the box. It's not in the proud library. No, it's not there. It's a little question is exactly where it is. And what's been used for that is a swimming? Of course that these runs of twenty thousand books at a time have actually all been printed. And we're not able yet to find the name of the printer. We know the name of the publisher though, the publishing company was healthy. Holly LLC. Why? It sounds familiar so mayor, Catherine Pugh rights, healthy, Holly books, and the publisher is healthy Holly. Oh, gosh. Yes. Of course, she's also the publisher. So she gets both the authors cut and the publishers cut from this. From the healthy, Holly books. Okay. There you go. There's nothing else to say on this other than we're not as corrupt Chicago. That's all you can say Baltimore. We're not as corrupt Chicago. And I say that only because the jussie smollet thing because if that happened here. Way. Of course, the year if that happened here, we'd all be saying the same thing says Chicagoans are saying at least for not as corrupt as Baltimore. The system is fish rots from the head, folks. Old saying and. This particular mackerel is around three weeks old sitting out in the hot sun. It smells bad it, smells, very, very bad. But mayor was looking forward to talking to us all about it. I'm looking forward to hearing that Anna Baltimore County now. Delegate J jealousy. Democrat from system. Is upset at the ethics investigation. He says is a nasty smear campaign and a sham investigation. Now. Sometimes when people say, this is actually the case that it is a nasty smear campaign and Shamma investigation usually happens when one political party decides to target somebody of the opposite political party. In this case. The house of delegates. As the state Senate is controlled at now and has been I believe since two weeks after the great flood by Democrats. Not remember to bring all the animals including the horses in the on two by two. So. We know which ones headed for government. The ethics report put out by the Democrats about this democrat, j jealousy. Pattern of bullying abusive workplace behavior. There's been ongoing pattern of bullying and abusive workplace behavior on the part of delegate jealousy towards staff, particularly female, staff members and what things are not yesterday. It is alleged that Mr. jealousy. Doc. Editor delegates. Had one of his employees stand in his office and say over and over again, I am incompetent. I am incompetent. I am incompetent. No, that's not bullying just working on articulation. Then he had them say Peter piper picked a peck pickled peppers after that. Over and over again. And then really if they're getting good at that. You put on the spot with she sells seashells, Don by the seashore. So it was just simply a matter of elocution. He was playing doctor Henry Higgins in my fair lady and is hoping that his staff would play along. So it's all just a big misunderstanding. Dyers? He's a frustrated thespian not that there's anything wrong with that. Just wanted his staff to enjoy. Old musicals as much as he does. You see this is all just a big misunderstanding. Next, by the way, he's going to be a having the snap. Do all of the parts in music man, including a little kid with a list of just I mean warning for those of you have the staff of jealousy. One of your kids gets to play the little little kid who sings the wheel Fargo Wagoneer calm down to three though will Fargo wagon before warrant folks, it's on the way. And now we have another delegate calling for an immediate inspection of living quarters for laurel park. This is where the backstretch workers. This is one of these daily dollar short things. Nick Moesby is now calling on anaerobic county officials to inspect what he calls. Deplorable living conditions of the dormitories laurel park provides its backstretch workers now already the Stronach group is set to spend a whole lot of money maverick. They have they an Amish built barn that has all kinds of additional sleeping quarters on the top level of the barn. They just have to actually assemble it on site. This is a three point eight million dollar building in part financed by one point nine billion in state subsidies. And it's sitting there could be installed either at laurel or buoy. I guess the discussions are going on within the company is to exactly where to install it. So there you have it and most these rhetoric about horses living better than the workers is just nonsense. The way the senators Pam beetle and delegate Mark Chang. Disregarded. His demand that the Democrats withdraw bills supporting new funding, mechanisms benefiting laurel part in my view. We shouldn't be spending our money on this stuff at all. But that is why I'm here. And there there I guess because they enjoy spending public money on private enterprise, I bear no ill will to the store that group. They can have their races wherever they wish they can take the Preakness wherever they wish and do whatever they wish just don't ask everybody who doesn't care all that much about the Preakness to pay for it. And that's what's really going on here. If you're going to have state money going to doesn't matter Bowie, laurel Pimlico or any other privately owned enterprise to help prop up that business. You'd better be able to justify it based on a substantial return. This isn't a bond where you know, you're going to get some money back at the end this as an investment where you're buying shares Stronach group. This is here have almost two million dollars. Play. Well. And there you go. To me. It's going to be a one more incentive. This kind of petty harassment from Annapolis. One more incentive for the Stronach group say no little unclear as to why we're paying a lot of these taxes in Maryland. Gee, where do we have a track where there are no state taxes, and they have a built in audience for horse racing Gulfstream? Here we come. I think that's going to happen with an example years. I mean is it is on the way our men is in Baltimore. I up on talk radio six eighty WCBS following my opening remarks. Good morning. Hi. I initially wanted to talk about two things. But one of which you're not talking about at the moment. But you mentioned something about JJ leafy. Yes. When I was driving along rices town road like last year. I guess I kept the signs about him. I said. And so I looked him up. He's a medical doctor his real name. If I remember correctly is not on notes. It's not pronounced right? And it's not surprising that he particularly does not treat the female staff members very well because he's a Muslim and in his culture. They don't. Well, I'm not gonna lay that on him. If that's their people. That I'm not saying that, you know, maybe that it is the reason I'm saying it may be the reason fair enough. It could also be the reason that of from what the ethics committee is alleging that the guy's a horse's rear end. The bullet. I did read. Yes. I did read that he has some issues and problems with various things including some property that he owned so. Yeah. It does look like there. You know, some issues to confront with him. According to what I found out when I did some digging. I appreciate that. Yeah. Yeah. I look at people deserve to be viewed as not guilty until proven guilty. However in this circumstance, there are enough people who've come forward to assert that misbehavior has taken place you at least have to look at it. Now, he's saying that his due process rights. I have been consistently violated. He was not in the house of delegates yesterday for the second consecutive day. Instead, it was Roddy copies of the allegations on Friday and a hearing before the ethics committee was held on Saturday. The report was issued Monday night. Quote, is almost seems the ethics committee report was written even before the committee hearing, and I have no idea if that's the case. However, he refused apparently to approve overtime. He worked his staff. A number of extra hours required. One employee. Can't say noted to stand in his office and say, I am incompetent. I am incompetent this this. If verified is pretty bizarre behavior. So we'll see how many thanks for your call. Appreciative Brazilian show. Talk radio six eighty WCBS. If you wish.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on Movie Crush
"It's funny because a Libya Dabo thought was just gonna be this huge star. She's so good in this vase, so good. And she's so charming and lovable. I love that thing that are -tainer. I love it taking her retainer out. And I wondered whose choice that was I wonder that too. Like did they they didn't have the money to build her retainer? Was that real it must have been real. Right. It might have been like, I don't see a low budget. Indie being like, let's built a retainer. So she can take it in and out. I'm sure they did at. Yeah. But like, I don't know. Maybe that was her idea. I don't know. It's a great. It's very cute idea in a review from back. Then that hated that said she was always doing this annoying thing with her retainer. And I was like it wasn't annoying. Sometimes. Yeah. They messed what's truly create about something. Well, I feel like so grounded in reality. Like everybody knows that like that are all. Yeah. Did you ever d- lake writing intensive classes where is your where you sit around and you read your writing and other people critique as wish majored sour, okay? Yeah. Okay. So yes, it's awful. There was also that. Yeah. I loved those scenes like writing like reading has pretentious. She'd sort of like six. Yeah. Well, those to me like my favorite parts of the movie are the flashbacks that sort of the through line of their relationship because it opens with her leaving him to go to Prague. And then they tell the story in flashback of how they met, and those are really sort of the sweetest sweetest parts of the movie, I think, yeah, I agree for sure. I also think there are so many incr-. I mean, it just speaks to lake what an incredible writer, Noah baumbach. Is. There are so many lines in kicking and screaming jump out and are so memorable and repeatable. I've been Diprivan proclaming. I haven't been to Prague. But I know that thing that that's one of the best lines. You've been to Prague I've been to promote Nepad, but it also sort of like like I used to try and write scripts and stuff, and I still do for fun. And it had that student film thing of like he took every funny line he ever wrote on his legal pad, and like stuffed it in his first most of most Carlos j cots character is just those like funny lines. Yeah. He's great. He's so good. I've worked over the years. Oh, really? Yeah. I really like him a lot. He sounds like a pilot every year as a writer. I feel what rights until he likes feel like he has. Silence. A lot. He so he's in the movie, by the way, and he and Noah went to college together. We're good friends. Okay. Let another that. Let me tell you a story. Chuck, what's. So. I think this is in my book. I don't think it got cut. When I said, this is my favorite movie. I was fully obsessed with these grows and when my first pilot season when I had my agent the year that I got freaks and geeks. Actually, part of how I freaks gigs. I went I got an audition she for my agents, and it was called the acting class that imagine entertainment was producing and NBC was supposed to be doing. And the writers were Carlos j Kat and Noah baumbach, and the director was Noah baumbach, and I like flipped out like this. I was nineteen years old. So where was he in his career? Was it right after this? Yes ninety. Yeah. Nineteen thousand he had done, Mr. jealousy. Ohka? This was nineteen ninety eight pilots. And so I went in for the it was my first year. So I went in for the casting associates. She brought me back for the casting director. The casting director was like I would love to bring you back for the director. And producers like means Noah baumbach, so they brought me back in. I did my scene for them. I was really funny and. And it was Noah and Carlos in the room. It was like south broiling. And as I was leaving. I like stopped the door. And it was like I just have to say, I don't know if this is the thing that you're supposed to do an audition because I've never done this before kicking screaming is my favorite movie of all time. I can't fucking believe I'm in this room. Is so exciting to me. And just like, thank you..
"mr jealousy" Discussed on Movie Crush
"That whole red carpet thing. Well, I thought so many times. But yeah, it's like, and then also like I'm very interested in the net flicks situation with movies, and like how that I mean, I guess the bird box people really were into the everyone. I'm not gonna watch it. I'm sorry. I'm not gonna watch it. It's still happening. I have a hard time with children in distress movies. Can't do it. It's tough. Yeah. I can barely read people MAG dot com. You're not joking. So how old you were in high school? Br one of those high school kids, though, this all this. And it's just like oh my God. I wanna be. Yeah. To me. I just like I remember seeing this movie when I was. Yeah. I was probably sixteen years old of ninety five. So yeah. Kind of middle high school middle high school my boyfriend and best friend worked at the Harkins theater. That was like the art house theater in Arizona and Scottsdale. And so we would like go see all the movies for free all the art house movies through Kenneth Branagh. Hamlet around that time. Anyone else? It was like five hours. Did you say you enjoyed it? Or you sat through it. I. We did hamlet in my high school later re unit. Yeah, it was the Queen. Oh nice. Of course. Definitely not a feely. Good. So Queen Gertrude. So so yeah. So I remember seeing this movie and just feeling like it was like, the smartest best funniest shed. I had ever seen and that was the kind of sensibility that I had and like what my truest expression of myself, if I could like put myself in any movie or right any movie, it would be that movie. I like just loved it. And then they just got it on tape. I got on the and I would just watch it over and over and over again. And then I got Mr. jealousy was his first movie like that was film or Chelsea Athens. Right after this. Yeah. I got Mr. jealousy. And I got maybe it was this one was it was called high ball. Do you know the story? I read up about that. No. What is the I had that on too? So I would watch high ball mister jealousy and kicking and screaming at you. Like, I feel like it was like. Like, he's disowned it. Yeah. I don't what is that. Well, the deal student film. No, he shot, Mr. jealousy. Noah baumbach wrote and directed Mr. jealousy. Fucking great. That movie's really haven't seen it why. It's. I know. Oh, you should see the only one. I haven't seen it. Eric Stoltz Annabella skewer who I love, right? Yeah. Sorry. I thought you were correcting me like I was wrong. Yeah. And it's really and Carlos Jake hot, of course. Right. Who is in this as well. Yeah. But so, yeah, he makes Mr. jealousy. And then apparently had like a little money, and some film leftover does high ball in like ten days or something in an apartment, and like couldn't finish it the way he wanted to. And so he abandoned the project took his name off of it. It doesn't say written and directed by Noah baumbach, he made up two different names for writer director and disowned it, and he said that they released it without his permission on whatever DVD or I had it on the. Yeah. So still haven't seen that one. Because he's just like, Nope. Not my movie it's like a little bit like the anniversary party like not as good as the aniversary party. Yeah. It's like it's like that thing. It's like takes place at a party like all in one night type deal. He had some leftover film. He had some leftover foul. Yeah. I love the university party. So great. Waiting for someone to pick that one? So cute. I wish I would have. Oh, that's right. You can do this again. The character names. Just kill me. Grover Otis Skippy. Like, what was he doing when he was naming these characters Miami? Oh, Miami who I still adore her..
"mr jealousy" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Joined now as we are every Tuesday by the senior pastor of the first Carinthian Baptist church of Harlem, and now member of the national board of nationalisation work, Reverend Dr Michael Ron, how're you doing read wall wrong. Pretty good. We have been talking. The Tiffany cross the call is about of course, the cavenaugh hearings. But also about the challenge of how we change the power paradigm in these elections. And a lot of discussion is how we deal with state races. You have three states where there's a potential of black governors in Maryland in Florida, and in Georgia, you have one in New Mexico could be a Latino was just the state election the state primary anyway in New York where he passed to one of the largest congregations in the state. And of course, the governor was renominated, but we for the first time in history of a black woman as nominated for state attorney general in your. Organizing and ministry and work. How important is the state elections? And how do we give it understand that politics stops, local and goes national and not just wait on the White House races to get excited energy? The only way we really do that. Basis at our communities. Civic organizations churches combination of both allied together where we were persons aren't taking about voting engagement teaching is almost like going back and teaching civics is something we do. CBC because what you realize that most people think that they're the for example, federal elections election for president is election impacts. And the most now is not the minimize. We know that the president is critically important our country, but it is often it's the local elections that get over looked the ones that impact people on a daily basis, for example, many people don't realize that even if the government decides to allocate funding to today's funding comes to the state state legislature, which has been elected by local locally will the New York state assembly. Stay Senate ventricles on down to local municipalities. She'll it really behooves people to be just asking. He's not more engaged, and what takes place in their local municipalities the persons who city council people the state legislature people. But it's really the local politics where rela meets the road, and where people have an opportunity to really impact in engage in a very tangible way promise that most people don't realize that and not only they don't realize that most people don't understand where power lies in state and federal government, for example. Looking at the reaction is after the primary here in New York and in particular the governor's race, and I looked on social media and someone said, you know, to Cynthia Nixon, well, you know, what you should run for mayor. So you can take some subway. Subway system is really a governance issue. But again, they showed how many don't understand. We're power lies at certain places in our state, and how to how to really engage I remember some time ago when they were people who were protesting who desired, and we know the special prosecutor for cases in New York that involved police shootings, and we saw the governor. But before the government actions, they were people protesting the mayor a man made that decision. So what you find is that there are many people who are not really informed as to how government works and we're power lines on state, but I think all over all over this country. And because they don't know they make assumptions that. Well, the big issue is present in president makes all the decisions the impact and locally. Let us go to the phones. Let's go to mock in Maryland, W, O L be home of Senator Larry Yung, Mark. Hey, how you doing? Good. How you doing good, man? I was I was listening to you earlier. And that thanks for your show Sunday. I was listening to you earlier talk to the young lady about the governor's races. And man, the jealousy Marlin Manny good during the primary read. But you know, I don't know where you've been in general. I mean, I mean, you know, holding. Nobody talks about just sailed in on the front end up after the all the heavy lifting was done through the Republican recession that we have with this question, Marilyn, real bad, and and blocked and everything then he came in after the previous administration did all the heavy lifting. So he could cut taxes and this that and the other. But what he did is this this Maryland link the mass transit you messed that up. You know, a lot of people called the missing link, and you know, what Mr. jealousy? You know, they've been hitting them with a bat. You know, negative ads and all that kind of stuff and whole shouldn't win. Because you know, he's he's shoulders to typical democrat. You know, not not doing anything for the HSBC. You the mass transit man, we had here we had a a public hearing on it and people were talking about losing their jobs and all that at Gorgan von Republican he passed away. He was so disappointed in in that system. Day. He was calling for boycott before he passed away of the mass transit system here in Baltimore, though. I don't know if you've talked to Senator young lately, but Ben jealous he needs a boost who should win. You know? I was certainly young Yung Frana was going on on the ground. Thank you for that. Dog you usually right on target. Let's go to Bill in Michigan or ninety on nine ten. Superstation AM in Michigan Bill. Are you doing revenue now palm doing well? I'm at the same age. So I've seen and I've been young man, you're a young, man. Sixty seventy anyway. This is one ask you about this kind of stuff. I would say already doing. Whether she lying or not. Stain stain is there and for the Republicans to recognize this day. How do you make that go away? Even even if she doesn't testify even if it don't like that. How are they gonna make that on weight out? Well, I think thank you for your car. Think. Reverend well-run that some people in this gets into. You and I often talk about in terms of morals, and and in terms of values, some people didn't mind Clarence Thomas. Having a seat and the state. So I am not convinced that disdains stopped some people from voting and putting them. Anyway, they're bringing up Anita hill again. Now, like, Anita hill, stop Clarence Thomas. Now, the difference is that some say, yes, we are in the metoo kind of era, and yes, we're talking about a white woman. But we also told by the white, man. So I don't know where the differences in fact in here. Yeah. I I mean, I think hold on now through remember what happened to Clarence Thomas hearings on now going to be necessarily convinced that this situation gonna stop the new four. This catches cavenaugh becoming a supreme court Justice. Even in the midst of the coastal with the metoo movement. I'm not convinced. I you've seen this before. And you saw I played out with the data Clarence Thomas. You would think that congress and the Senate will be better prepared to handle these kinds of scenarios, but even hill put out on social media that congress should have been should have learned from that incident. It'd be doing better around these issues and it hasn't happened. So I'm like, I'm not convinced that we're going to see some some great transformation primarily because at the end of the day the politics of it and the number that Republican Senate. So I'm just not convinced in some ways, it seems like they're doing the right things. Image. But when it comes to literally expediency. Just move forward. Let's go to Jay in Indiana. On XM.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Baby ward of the hahnemann hospital for the purpose of fondling the children until she became a nuisance and the authorities for baiter come again she circumvented the ruling by appearing at the hospital dressed in a nurse's uniform representing herself to be visiting nurse for mercy hospital five that it was at this time she married albert allen and short time later adopted one of the children from the hahnemann hospital this child is the boy raymond who up to this time has been known as the child of her first marriage sex that hazel attended to simulate approaching motherhood and much the same manner in which she claims completely fooled the witnesses who testified as to our appearance at the trial and it is also known that floyd jellison who's assistant prosecutor joe todd in the prosecution of mrs mcnally has in his possession a certificate signed by dr ww kelly of green bay wisconsin which specifically states that dr kelly performed an operation on mrs mcnally which makes her incapable of bearing children this series of episodes were told by mrs marie holes or and jacob lyle former neighbors and friends of the girl ten years ago both these persons and three others have signified their willingness to repeat these stories on the stand as witnesses for mrs mcnally the information regarding the green bay peration came through statement furnished by john s martin legal adviser and friend of dr kelly to samuel p schwartz counsel for the defence martin stated that a week or ten days ago dr kelly who had been in communication with prosecutor jellison of south bend and had told him of the circumstances regarding the operation received a certificate which jellison asked him to fill out in which he stated the full details of the operation dr kelly brought this certificate to the office of mr martin where it was filled out and sent to mr jealousy this certificate.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on WEEI
"The mould i mean arisen another one of these guys i mean the closest thing might be drew brees he's thirty nine or so is the but mc'ing he'll discuss his show no evidence that there are anywhere deng play it you know i do a lot of tv and radio on stuff you know they're all told me about the stats from december and i said you know tell me how how greatest stats were in september october and november and now they got bad decembre sits you realize it could call it gets cold foxborough in december you got that right and they're planning and outdoor stadium not endorse you got you got that right you know people forget all the other factors to come into play football say knows come playoff time the guy shows up all the time does me he does and he he certain everyone keeps on route and everyone keeps on rooting for the patriots to lose okay they wanna see brady fall this is still they wanna see belcher honest days and you're in most thought most often times it ends up with the same result now he does the as you said he brings it so i think i know the answer to this question i'll ask in any way what did you think of the espn story that came out it was a big deal about it and one of the things in there was that he uses nervous in the pocket this year and that he is declining according to an internal evaluations what did you think of that i think the two this is like giving given me to rob an area of me i mean you wanna talk about how stupid people can bury your written an article like that hold all you do is firearm up even more clear what do you want him to be why would you wander have even more motivation to play okay more of a real more repeat reason the shudder than one now uh are you kidding me i mean you think you think about it i mean mr jealousy and ngos involved in in professional sports you betcha their risk okay doesn't everyone you know everyone without walking around saying you want a pat on the back this everyone feel good when.
"mr jealousy" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Let's go over the titles did you choose the title three rooms the titles meaning the title of the film i chose the title the fokker let's start with her why did i choose it let's let's go through them so go through all my title titles owner through we have kicking and screaming yes no how'd you get that idea for well who was originally called fifty year that movie uh uh uh meaning the fifth year of college because it was no end i was told by the company that financed it that it was not commercial so i then one day when i was scouting locations i had the the expression kicking and screaming came into my head it seem may that would be good i didn't have the foresight to know that will feral would a soccer movie with the same time otherwise i might have thought again about it or pushed for fifth year um so that's the one m the second one was called mr jealousy that was the only title that one had um then the squid in the way all i was also told not to call that movie that because it would sound like it was animated moore was at cool the screwed new because of the uh the uh natural history museum exhibit who is an exhibit with the squid mmu will yes that features in the movie as youth the it in the move ucf at the very end of the movie and he taught tells a story about him okay then word on word the next one is.