2 Burst results for "Mr John Hart"
"mr john hart" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"It's coming on. Joining us is the host of the big fellas basketball podcast. Mr john hart defeat. Lease john a my care. What's going on. So i'm going to be here. What's up down april. Thank you for coming on and joining us. We completely appreciate it for taking the time out So so johnnie. Let's talk come. let's how we start off. You know most shows had did it all start for you. You know like your your love for basketball was basketball. Your i love you. Did you have another sport that you that you grew up watching or playing or was it really Basketball pretty much first and foremost of course so i was really young much younger. My parents really weren't big on sports. Everyone always makes fun. I'm six four. My dad's five foot nine ran disagreed. It's agreed genetic anomaly. But so i i never really play that much as a kid when i got to eleven or twelve. I'm middle school high school and all the and everyone stopped with saying you play basketball. You should consider playing so i tried. I wasn't really good after about three years. I i go to xavier. I play plan the basketball team at any americans. Listening to a lot about and i was i played. I play i. I wasn't going. So yeah i was playing with that level. Gets a high school. Think i'm good. Get cuffed freshman. Sophomore and freshman. Jv and varsity basketball team that savior and making a senior. I mean i really. I would say when he came together was popularized sophomore year. When i got from. Jv i realize okay like that. Making farsi at this point is never been done before. It's almost compulsive impossible. If i will do this. I gotta go on so i kinda went onto basketball whether it was obviously opposite playing training but also obviously watching the game i got became started going to games. I never really gone before. Some finally going against experiencing mike. My dad would take me Sixteen i went to my first game which was a knicks rockets. Game had a lot of fun going there. And i mean at that point that i'm making my senior had some confidence i start really taking it seriously. I mean right before that. And for mehran i mean after after high school. I really started looking at it as a possible. Career started looking at an all different ways in ends quantities. A big part because it helped me start. Like a podcast. I'm like i'm going to touch on the sports business club and then going into How mike and mike and In the michigan sports business conference just hours ago. Amish just every sin wagon train network meet new people and kinda just i mean i. It's funny how it started with me. Begrudgingly jumping into basketball at age. Eleven or twelve but now it's it's everything i think about is everything i do. Yeah you know a big shout out to the michigan. Sports business conferences altogether. It's been great. The panels have been great. You know obviously Helping out you know college students in and putting them on the right path to success. And.
"mr john hart" Discussed on The Really Awful Movies Podcast
"Smith bringing him up in in the intro as well. But i mean that guy would just cobbled together x rated films with every i think. His output has at least fifty percent of which has ninja in the title so we got ninja holocaust city ninja. I mean you name it. This guy's the king of the ninjas indeed. We got american engineer to because he he's films. Don't scream wacky when you hear about it there's elements are wacky. Oh for sure why. Oh well now. That i was thinking of Back when video stores were still. We're still an active contributor to the popular zeitgeist. There was our pal at suspect video showcasing a particularly exemplary film that is the brainchild of auteur and solicitor in la. Yeah forget yeah. This is Mr john hart in his movie. Get even or even or whatever get evan. Sic aka road to prevent which is one of the most bat shit wild movies and is the think the room of this Genre followed closely. Maybe by crackerjack three for sir guys the reason why we're saying get out in her is because the title even those two words they're linked together. There's no space and it's in quotation marks for some crazy reason alone makes it worthy of inclusion. That our book on yeah. There's so much more to get evan. Get even given good evening. Think it's it's jaw-dropping malaria. Some wacky in off the charts. It's a vanity project for mr hard and manno manned the seattle Vanity spread around. Honda's is singing and dancing and his soliloquy reading shakespeare and us as much satanic panic exposition. We don't want to spoil that one. We urge everyone to see that for sure. But it's the broader themes the ones that undercut and underpin the films in this space regardless of whether they're big budget star driven vehicles or some misbegotten piece of tripe in in the philippines that has filipinos past office as japanese. People won't but there are certain themes that keep coming to a head that we've seen time and time again in action films that we just thought had to be linked together in a cohesive threat. And i'm thinking. Oh i just saw it last night in end of a gun. The big witness warehouse shootout. And i don't know where like what who is doing security for these warehouses but you can just pop the door open easily and get involved in some fire. Fight to the death in all and it doesn't matter if it's in a big city or in the country and this even comes to a head. I think in sons of anarchy all types of shows doesn't even matter if it's in the genre but particularly in action. Might we add in the book. We talked about the surfeit of Abandoned warehouses senior way for not not to mention the the number of warehouses but number of railly's in the warehouses filed or factories as well like the legs of robocop and this was like this way predated donald trump's attempts to bring back manufacturing jobs so i don't know how these facilities are all available to people but my god and then there's also the.