18 Burst results for "Mystic River"

"mystic river" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"We got Joe. We have the Lord of the rings the return. The King Lost Translation Master and Commander Mystic River and sea biscuit and never saw seabiscuit. My Friend Mike Kiss loves that movie. It's really well done. You know the horses charming all the rest of it. I know Mystic River Man. I thought it was a really powerful movie. I mean Sean Penn is that my daughter and they're all those performances take a great desk lane. Movie haunting felt so much a film set in Boston. I'M GONNA GO Mystic River Robert Lorenzo Joy. Clint Eastwood Has Producers Lord of the Rings. This was like all right. The lifetime achievement award this was the one just to reward them for the fact that was a real spectacle and in many ways impacted filmmaking. I don't think Lawson Washington is one of the five best masterman actually more than I thought it was. Russell Crowe never saw sea biscuit. So I'M GONNA go with Mystic River Joe. I'm going to go with Lord of the rings only because they don't hate me for this. I've never seen mystic river and so as a result need to go with Lord of the Rings. Okay Mr I got you. I'll have best director. We have. We have Peter Jackson for Lord of the Rings Fernando Meira Lettuce for City of God Sofia Coppola the translation Peter. We're master and commander and Clint Eastwood Mystic River. I love please was direction. Mr Roberto gave best picture. I'm GONNA they go. Frantic Morales Man City of God was that was just like a lightning bolt in. That movie came out. I can't believe it was two thousand and three. I thought it was. Oh six but three. It is amazing. I mean it was is a gangster kids man it was like scarface for kids. Sit in Brazil. Just the sweep of the epic scope it. I love the fact that his nominee I forgot he actually for the best director. I'm glad that we got some love. It would like to best picture nomination but I would go. Fernando Morales Best Director City of God over Peter Jackson. All right I mean I don't blame. I love the city of God that the movie is incredible. I will go Peter Jackson though only because of the innovative techniques he introduced to film Gandalf being very big and when Frodo being very small. A lot of that was practical It was all done onset so just the way that he was able to manipulate the perspective of the camera. I gotta go with Peter Jackson. Listen that's actually a really good point. I did not realize it was that intricate. You Love Gandalf. I love Gandolfini. What do we have for best actor? We have Sean Penn for Mystic River Johnny Depp. Pirates of the Caribbean Ben Kingsley. House of sand and fog Jude Law Cold Mountain and Bill Murray Lost in translation. Wow I know. My brother was so happy Depp. Got Nabi it was nice to see like a populous film like that kind of breakthrough and he was really funny playing Keith Richards. Parts of the Caribbean or Israel module. Keith Richards Kingsley was. Hunting man at Godman Masuda Amir Behani houses. Santa fog that ending was just terrifying. Never saw cold. Melton I just WANNA see Bill Murray's an academy award winner all right Sean. Penn was awesome mystic river and I have no issue with him winning. But I'm telling you right now. Bill Murray should have won an academy award for all the movies he's done I don't think Lawson translations is best asked by did think he showed elements of drama and Romance. You wouldn't normally expect. And he didn't nail that aspect of a guy who's a sad sack actor. whose past as long behind him who feels energized by scholar? Hanson's new I'm going bill. Murray best actor. I cannot agree with you more. I really wanted. They really wanted bill. Murray for this category just a huge Bill Murray Fan and also I will just real quick from Russia Merthyr stripes onto the war movies as well so But Yeah Bill Murray definitely best actor all right so for best actress what are we have. We have Shirley's their own monster Kyushu Castle Hughes in whale rider. Diane Keaton. Something's gotTa Give Smith the Morton in in America and Naomi Watts. Twenty one grams never saw well writer tychy he was pretty good. And something's gotTa give Oscar nominee. But not a winner Samantha Morton. I've tiny man in America. I loved that movie really good script as well so I'm glad you got nominated on nine. Watts it is heartbreaking and twenty one grams or both of those are really really good. But honestly Shalit's Darren monsters. Eileen war knows are remarkable I mean that transformation the amid a weight she put on shaven eyebrows or face. Plant a serial killer. Remarkable transformation was Shirley's. I think that she is the clear front runner for this category. Just for the transformation alone so ago with Charlotte's as well best supporting actor we have Tim Robbins Mystic River Alec Baldwin. Cooler Benicio Del Toro Twenty one grams. uh-huh Jarman whom sue in America. Ken WanNa Tabby the Last Samurai never saw last Roy. Ken Watanabe's out in America. Okay John Ridiculous nomination. The movie is excellent Jim Sheridan wrote and directed. It did my left foot and I love Smith Morton's nomination but I remember that you're GonNa how the hell he he's like ten fifteen minutes. Red alert like ridiculous. He never should have been nominated. Del Toro always fantastic very dark and brooding in twenty one grams. Robbins opens is haunted as a guy who was a victim of.

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"mystic river" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"mystic river" Discussed on The Film Vault

"If i ever owned a country that would be my flex thinking great color ever seen arlington road all across that many times yeah aren't and roads. I got a harem okay. I wrote is very very bleak. Tim robbins now. <hes> terrorist attack capturing the friedman's enters documentary district nine leak because goes to sun the sun is probably a pedophile is currently working as an entertainer and clown for parties is pretty bleak leaving las vegas legacy the color but that was pretty bleak and shit <hes> paradise lost of course mystic river which you and i don't think it's a great movie but certainly very bleak. Ending aren't the departed million dollar baby. <hes> one flew over the cuckoo's nest the blair witch project that was sort of stuck on the stuck with me is a fairly bleak ending and for nine eleven very good very made. It wasn't bad. I don't feel like we fucked over people to know so good at some good stuff. I'm gonna mess now. The mestia come back nine buddy. I liked the nine <hes> feel free to still shred the mist and say you don't like this and that but definitely calmed me off guard because i just dismissed. It just missed dismissed. Show up top guys everybody. Thanks for listening. Thanks to james levitt for being our feature are so the week. Check us about eight film vault dot com and send us your top five suggestions fee showers to the weeks admissions. We'd love to have him and real quick. <hes> i promise this. I'll do it actually fluently next. I was going to give it to to counter the league ending. That's all great and into a story about my car and i gotta if if you're living area i got the name of a mechanic that you can trust. I know we sent you because guy is a phenomenal story but i'll talk quickly next because i don't want to look at the next week if you're in the l._a. Area you're gonna get off. The small grassroots show right okay. What's what's more valuable than a mechanic. You can trust say nothing yeah all right through until next time dr manson don't and man man..

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"mystic river" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Then this work, and Mr. and then mystic river heads that. Because then you got mystic river million dollar baby flags were father's letters from Iwo Jima changeling, which is fuck in boring shit show, less letters. Jim might be his best love mystic river a lot. I'm visser. I loved that movie. Still do that's a fucking cable afternoon. It Sunday you're about to make some dinner on TNT. Yup. Honey, don't touch it. Turn the stove off the noodles can sit this. Dick, rivers big line from them movie pies. At my daughter. Or or I'm talking about vampires one of the other, you know, what the terrible movie of his hereafter that is allies. Wins a psychic and he's ineffective. Consumer nami. Back to this because I Clint Eastwood should not touch science fiction or fantasy kind of. No, this is realistic fact, and the I'm Debbie tribunals bringing this up on soul my movie, and he said, it was really real. I love that. It's just a couple of astronauts movie said the space stuff looked really is there like a space looks real. It's just a bunch of star. Some astronauts were polite to an old man who directed a movie and also word the premier they got to be cleanest. Like, wow looked like base up there. If you look at those pictures, dude, it's those astronauts Clint Eastwood they all showed up and Jason Alexander. Oh. At night opening onto. Sure, he was at the original screening of greed..

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"mystic river" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I think it keen Gets Kerr. keen anyhow it opens with opens brutal because it opens with a hand running a letter says dear Zachary, it's a letter says dear Zachary, your father was and you just get the idea. Right. They're like, oh boy this is dead, dad. And then it goes to interviews with Zachary's dad's friends people knew when his live and they're singing praises like. Oh, he's no. He he was funny. He was generous. He was hilarious. He had the worst gas everything from you know, flattering to not flattering to sweet to funny quickly turned sad. And then we get what I'm I can only assume at the time was the director camera on him. He's on the couch, and he's just crying. He is. He's dotting. His is he he's he's he's quietly sobbing, and he's dabbing his is with the tissue and little little boys. They're about the age of three and the book comes up to the couch and the boys. He's three years old. What tests says? All the time. Why are you sad? Why are people wiser person that book sound said while you said? Yeah. Exactly why you said he's three years old. He can't explain my friend was was. Whatever whatever. And he just says just says I'll tell you about it someday through his tears brutal. Okay. Well, I don't agree with this pick because documentary should not be on. We're doing like narratives. Allow people cry in real life and just a camera happened to be trained on them for the sake of documentary of documenting the story. I know exclusion of So so. number five my only documentary analyst, but Zacharia, of course, we'll make you cry about the end, but the opening scene features some pretty good waterworks number four for me. I'm just gonna play the clip because this clip has been heard under by me countless times on this episode yet, the actual clips never been played. I'll let Sean Penn do the talking. Someone who doesn't dig Sean Penn kid but's it's enjoyable. Oxfam. Stuff to be fair. Stop not a lot of tears going on there more rainfall full rage. But he is crying. That's Sean Penn crime. Of course, I'm talking about Mr. river, the the Oso unenjoyable mystic river movie that I never ever wanna see again, directed by cleans to what I do believe that it had. Damage that it can still be witnessed today in Clint Eastwood with goofiness in which he directs I think this. Took a lot out of levity in this movie is all about a father who loses as you heard. His daughter turns out, John. Yeah. That's your daughter in their daughter and their Sean bad news. Sorry about that. But my number four crying, Sean Penn. Mystic river two thousand three. His daughter. With less threatened by written by Brian Helgoland. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He was big name for a minute. Let's do you think listener that this is going to be very heavy episode, featuring here's there's a whole bunch of crying scenes coming up on my list. Anyway, there's some funny. There's next one number four for me is a sweet crying, and you're gonna clip reading Anderson. Hold onto that for one moment because this is a scene from a movie that surprised me a lot the elephant, man. Nineteen eighty directed by David Lynch the elephant man, from nineteen eighty very good film, set in the eighteen hundreds this is a sweet crying scene because here the hideously deformed, John merica Ryan is it to form grotesque. He's introduced to Dr Teves is white. But it Dr T is the kindly doctor who rescued him from a life of. Carnival freakshow and and brought him to the hospital where he can live and be studied..

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"mystic river" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Of us. Things will get worse. Donna's? Don, are you ready? No. Movie. In two thousand and four Sean Penn and Tim Robbins won Oscars for best lead actor and best supporting actor respectively. After working alongside each other in what movie Donna name, the movie, thirty seconds. And Tim Robbins thirty seconds starting right now. Oh my God. Dead Man Walking great movie final boom. Vie. Oh, no mystic river. I was totally thinking Dead Man Walking. I thought you had it. I thought you one for show what Tim Robbins? I don't think was in that the time was in it his Susan serandon his long, I got cocky on that one. How mystic river wasn't that? Julia Roberts too, right? Oh, no. I don't remember. It was real depressing. Ninety nine percent. Sure. That's true. Just hold on. Just hold on. Did you know that no idea? Okay. Good. All right. So don't feel bad. Colleen, currently, you are your chances are pretty high for this. Mytalk tumbler Donna has her two points to Elizabeth Swann so mystic pizza. Jeffrey, stay tuned colleague, you could be home with this tumbler. Right. All right. So the final question will go to Elizabeth got it, and I will spin the wheel spinning. All.

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"mystic river" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"Dennis lane is the name of the author. He wrote mystic river shutter island. That was a good movie. It was a great movie, mystic river. It was good in different ones like that. Live by night in. That's one of my favorite acts gone. Maybe gone the punisher on Netflix. What does that guy's name? He was in. He was in mystic river. He was in for like a second. What is his name? He was on Walking Dead end up now the punisher, Netflix main actor. I know who you're talking. I can see his face. I don't know that I know his name everybody out there every time we do this on a podcast and I start talking about books and movies, and I start, I have people like my buddy Graham Allen. He'll start screaming at the radio. Stream in the names. The thing he'll call me like, I can't believe you didn't. John Byrne thal burnt though. Yeah, he was on Walking Dead. He was, I saw a movie just recently with him in it. The pop sell Sicario. He was in first Sicario yes. Yeah, he's pops up invoices, man, does he plays a character actor? He's great care. I love it. Yeah. If you ever seen, I'm going to get him on the podcast we've talked. He's a Dallas based producer director's name is Dallas. Sonia Dallas, Sonya was in l. a. made moves. He made movies like bone Tomahawk with Kurt Russell, and he made he made a brawl on cellblock ninety nine with Vince Vaughn. They're crazy. They're like graphic novels. Okay. And I mean, you watch it and it's like, oh my God, the graphic this thing is like so out there, you know, but they're great stories. They're fun stories, but it's like a cell block ninety. Nine is like, how many ways can we kill a dude. It's crazy, but Dallas has this incredible story and I won't go too far into it when I had him on the podcast. But both of his parents were murdered five, five years apart. I don't bring them to different places, but no, it's part of his story because he had to leave. He got out of LA and went back to his roots in Dallas and stuff like that. And he's still doing. But anyway, crazy, crazy, stub, your resume. And I talk movies and books and all this stuff all day long. I love stories. I love our store. No, I like the artist, storytelling lost. I think by and large that it has. It's something that's been Los. Another I'm reading is the hero's journey. He ever read that all man. It is amazing. It is it confirmed what I thought, which was he do comedy so often, and you just meet a bunch of degenerates selected. Audience, not just, no, just the talent you just like you're gifted how come you didn't show up here on time like how, how did you mess this up? Like heavy mess. These little parts off. I read this. I was like, how did movies get made? How do you get guys? This is billions of dollars. These movies are making these marvel these movies. There has to be people at take the seriously. They're involved in storytelling. I actually told myself recently, I said the first ten years of my life. I learned how to live performance. The next ten. I'd like that. I'd like to learn how to do TV and film. So I've been trying to learn script and screen writing for the past year and a half ever since may of last year. So I'm like, okay, let me try to do this and try to because that's where it starts. That's where it starts. It all has to start from somebody writing something right, even if I give it a good idea. But it just baffles me how many guys. That's why. When I saw the hero's journey gotta read that just the first couple of chapters. There's this dude who he wrote this thing, it's like twelve steps to it follows every movie goes through Star Wars. He goes through back to the future. He has all these movies. That's cool. And it follows the same pattern of hero. Does this hero then? Does this hero has to lose this hero then comes this. This is the part where this comes and it goes through in every move. You see, especially Disney movies..

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"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

"Operator about asking for their names and they thought that they said her name, which they say out loud and it's like, yo, how would you know that? Unless you killed this girl. So there's this climactic scene where Brennan's beaten up his brother. John shea pulls out the gun. Remember he's like eleven or twelve or some something, and the cops Sean and his partner come in. And I just want to just want to read this to you just like you. It takes a turn into youthful nihilism as opposed to will. Like, here's a real Pat murder murder. She wrote reason Sean, looked into the bloody face of Johnny and what he saw. They're scared, scared him. There was nothing there. Probably never had been. The kid wouldn't pull the trigger because he was angrier because he was scared. He'd pull the trigger because Sean was just a six foot two video image, and the gun was a joystick. And then the kid like talks about glocks with Sean and makes a reference to a movie where he saw guy kill a cop, and then Sean ultimately is able to disarm him, and he looks over at. Ray and he says, Sean, looked at the kids sniffling in the chair and the other kid mute looking up at them like he hoped they'd leave soon. So he could get back to playing doom in the back bedroom. Okay. And so this murder that has upped turned the town and the town vote town as seen in the movie. The town brought these three boys whose lives were forever changed by incident like back together in some terrible ways. I thought it was gonna be that Brennan's younger brother. Like didn't want Brennan to run away with this girl. Like I thought there was going to be this like, oh, that's why I did it. And no, the two boys were like playing with this gun that they found and then like someone rolled up at them rolled up on them while they were in the street messing around. And then either they just decided to pull the gun because they're nuts. Okay. Or like it went off and then they finished it so that they wouldn't get in trouble. And it's then there's these lines here where it's like, oh, these kids with their video games who don't care about the world's. He's just a, I don't. That's a weird place end. Yeah, it's a weird place to end up and then the other follow up. So Celeste obviously ratted out Dave to Jimmy before she had all the information she couldn't. She Dave cracks at one point and really freaks out and makes her feel afraid for her life. So she goes to Jimmy, Jimmy, comes back and tells his wife, Anna Beth, that he has killed Dave. And he's like, what do I do? Ana bet says s- told me that she told the cops about Dave, and I thought what kind of wife says those things about her husband? How gutless do you have to beat at tell those kinds of tales out of school? And why would she tell you, Jim? Why would she run to you if you like a tail out of school? To me, I don't know. And that's just me. And Annabel says, I didn't like she's like, I didn't stop you. I had your cell phone number. I could've called you and told you not to kill him or whatever. And. And she goes, everyone is weak, but not a. And then she has sex with him and is like, we're like, we're saying she like wants danger, murder, Jimmy, who did what he had to to like avenge his daughter, even if he did it wrong. I guess it killed man. So like a weird like final act turned? Yeah, we get a little epilogue. Had previously been like a tense, like character driven drama and then, yeah. Who's out all the stops for the last the last bit? Yeah, we, we'll epilogue where like Jimmy is starting to be crime. Jimmy. Again, he's more comfortable like being himself in crime. Yeah, and he liked did like thirteen years trying to live on the straight and narrow, but it was all for his daughter who's dead now and now and his wife's like, hey, I love that. You're a murderer, like I love your crime. Your crimes. Sean does get back together with his wife, had that conversation with our spouses. You know, love me, love my crimes..

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"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

"His car is dented and it matches the idea of someone Saum in the parking lot. So again, like there's a lot of misdirection around Dave's involvement that I think is pretty artfully done. So. The middle of the book is a lot of figuring this out. A lot of them, different characters going back and forth. Celeste ends up in this will take us into spoiler town, so like super intimate river and you can't believe to like, you can't bear to know what happens. Like I guess, pause this. Go read the book and come back, but those those spoiler town I do want Ben Affleck. You wanna tell you, I think it's worth kind of knowing how how the book does this. So Celeste who is overcome with guilt about what she thinks she knows about Dave and the circumstantial evidence pointing him to being guilty. She goes and tells Jimmy directly. And Jimmy hooks up with the savages and they decide to do something about it. So they get Dave all liquor up. They take him to a bar that's on mystic river, and they ice before the happens. Dave tells the truth, and here's what actually happened there other circumstantial things in the book that point to this, there was a guy in a parking lot who was soliciting sex from like this eleven year old boy who was like working in the sex prostitution trade that's happening in this crummy town aches and Dave sees it happening. Khanna has a an episode with the part of himself that he tries to keep hidden. And he beats the guy to death. And before he does that, the guy stabs him and that's how he gets hurt, Jimmy, doesn't buy it, of course. So he tells Dave to confess and he'll let him live. Dave is like, all right. Well, I'm gonna lie say that I did it so that you let me live and Jimmy kills him anyway. And he reveals that he also killed Brennan's dad, many years ago for the whole narking thing. So that's how Dave gets done. And it's really sad and awful. But of course, Dave didn't do it. The person who did it, and I haven't really gotten a chance to talk about this is it's Brendan's brother also named Ray. He raised in this town. No. Raise Brennan's younger brother Ray who is mute. He does not talk, but he can hear he signs throughout the book. He has his friend, Johnny O'Shea, and he and John shea play hockey all the Boston. And he and he and Johnny O'Shea play hockey in the street all the time. And the way that Brendan figures out that they were involved is that he knows his dad's old gun was in the house, but it's gone missing. And he realizes that Ray must have taken it at the same time that the cops realized that the two, that the boys who made the nine one one call made like a verbal slip in responding to nine one one.

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"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

"There is some of that and it had, I don't know. I know when you like when you lean back from it, you're like, I think lane populates the book with enough other interesting characters that you don't spend as much time as you might think with Dave. And I think are gone gone girl like the entire first half of that book is spent with somebody who's like plotting something, but you'll say something or just like thinking about a crime that happened, but he never things. I definitely didn't do this. And so something else must be going. Yeah. And so part of the tension with Dave two is when he does get brought in by showing Dave to hold on. Wait. A second part of the tension with Dave is that he is also very aware that Jimmy and Sean like cut him out of their lives. Like the stuff went down. He was a kid. Jimmy went off and was a criminal for a couple years. His wife died, katie's mom died of cancer while he was in jail, and then he remarried. Anna Beth and had two other daughters. Sean had a wife, and then his marriage is currently that he's separated through most of the book. They had a falling out. But like Dave has just not really been a through line for either of them in the same way. And so especially when he is confronted by Sean in the police investigation. There's a resentment to Sean that plays into him not really even to the reader divulging enough information for you to exonerate him like he's being cagey and sort of aggressive with Sean on purpose that there's a reason for that built into the narrative. So doesn't feel super forced us. Interesting, right. So I'm skipping over a bunch of stuff that has to do with how they find katie's body and do that because we got to wrap up. The main suspects are Roman fallow and Bobby O'Donnell. Or maybe they like hired someone to do it. Another suspect is actually Brendan Harris, the guy that she was supposed to run away with. He's being sort of weird and suspicious about it, but that's mostly I think, because he had the secret plan to run away with her and no one's really happy about it. Harris's dad, whose name was Ray, goes back with Jimmy aways and actually Jimmy went to jail because raid like knocked on him. Are you Jimmy Ray and actually raise nickname is just Ray because there are bunch of other criminal raise who had nicknames, and so his was just Ray, the criminal raise. Sounds like a bad like minor league baseball team. From Boston Lawson. And then the other main suspect is Dave's. Dave Boyle are Dave, and he, he like his hand is messed up and the cops notice that he's told multiple stories..

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"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Overdue

"They are the only two people that we meet, who know of her plan to run away to Vegas with Brendan, and they have a run in with this guy named Roman fellow who is who is. A friend he's either made up or he hosts like a PR x. podcast like those are the only two things you can be with that name? Yes, Donna PI or podcast, and he is a close friend of Bobby O'Donnell, who is katie's ex boyfriend that is kind of upset that they're an ex and he like runs in with her like, oh, I don't like that. You're like out here, getting drunk, partying. Bobby wouldn't like that. And she's like, we aren't with Bobby Moore, show up, go away. And then she takes her friend. So it kind of ruins the party. They're kind of drunk, and so she drives them home and then on her way back to her house, she sees something in the road swerves to avoid it, hits a curb, and someone starts walking up to her and she thinks she recognizes them, and then that person has a gun and we cut away. Classic classic. And then the book does a major head fake where we go back to Dave who is also out the night that katie's out. He does overlap with Katie at the second. The last bar she goes to and he is like alone watching baseball on TV. This is where the book I tweeted this out. The book dragged me to hell for liking sports. Because Dave is just thinking about how like sports is you demanding that a team win for all of the things in your life that you don't like the when it loses like your hope dies. Well. Okay. He I understanding of Boston is that they have strong opinions about Boston-based. They teams. Actually, too. And he has this night out and then cut to Celeste his wife waiting up kinda upset about just things and thinking about him, and he comes team Celeste fighting hoping. There's going to be a turn. That's that. I'm interested to get your action to. He comes in at three in the morning and there's blood all over him, and he is gotten cut in his abdomen. And he tells her that he beat up a mugger and may have killed him. And she's like, all right. And part of his story involves the mugger literally saying your wallet or your life. I'm leaving with one of them which she doesn't buy for a second. Now that's really clumsy dial, yes, but she can't quite call him out on it in the moment because he's all like kinda jacked up on and he's lifted leading. I mean, he just not expect any follow up questions. He hasn't gotten there yet, and so she finds herself like disposing of his clothes and like washing down the kitchen sink and then clean coming becoming an accomplice Shirley, like cleaning out the pipes with bleach so that there's no blood in the brains in them because he definitely like beat a guy's head in. He says. Though she does see the news report when the cops find Katie in the park, and she does worry that maybe it was Dave. And so the book does a pretty good job lane throughout the book of not giving you enough information on what Dave did that you are both suspicious of him and fairly certain that it is not him like, I'm I spent the entire experience of the book, wondering how it was going to not be him like, does it just does it feel like it would be too simple for it to be him like the book has to have some kind of trick up its lever also wouldn't be so obvious about it. Yeah, and that Dave has other stuff going on and there's like there's a whole other element to like the co like him being spotted in a parking lot and another car getting towed away that ends up having a body in the trunk, and but all that comes out pretty. Late. And in the meantime, you get these snippets of Dave thinking about that night and Dave getting interrogated by the police, but they don't really have actual details that Liz is like a gun girl thing where you're in the head of the character who did this thing, but he refuses to think specifically about what he did and so you, the reader are kept in suspense..

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Restaurant closed after 39 cases of suspected salmonella

Nightside with Dan Rea

01:28 min | 3 years ago

Restaurant closed after 39 cases of suspected salmonella

"In north reading now closed following a salmonella outbreak the salmonella reports started coming in last week at thirty nine cases with nine confirmed says north writing director of public health robert bracy bracy says the outbreak appears to have started on june twenty third likely from anti pasta salad so kitties was closed for a day on july for cleaning workers who should not have been returned to work until they were tested allegedly did return to work owner scott white and debbie meyer say they didn't raise to open let us open we just trying to do a very thing and the town says the restaurant has had trouble before recently in march of two thousand eighteen we had to unfortunately closed the restaurant doodo rodent issue and north writing karyn regal wbz newsradio ten thirty a warning about fish in the lower mystic river in boston chelsea everett revere in somerville state health officials say children under twelve pregnant women nursing women and women who may become pregnant should not eat any fish from that area there are concerns about potential contaminants in those fish a boston city council hearing today on a controversial subject a proposal to allow non us citizens to vote in city elections council president andrea campbell says this is just the start of a conversation on how to make the city more inclusive counselor ed flynn does not support it saying the right to vote is a privilege limited to american citizens president trump sits down with nato leaders in brussels tomorrow and thursday he has harshly.

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"mystic river" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Maybe changed as a result of his work karen grisanti it's what do you think was some of the most important posters gold did definitely clockwork orange there were several iterations of that but the one that we know the most is with the with the malcolm mcdowell character and the stiletto knife sticking up with the with the sometimes he used words and sometimes he didn't but this one was being the adventures of young man whose principal interests are rape tra violence and beethoven i mean if that doesn't want to grab you into the cinema nothing will i also think deliverance was very interesting because the use of the three d image coming out of the i canoe coming out of a blue and there's a lot of them that just seem so indicative of the tone of the film the exorcist again just black and white and a lot of graphic use and the graphics were and it's it's obvious now that i look that that he was editor alist he would put together things that were the best from that era and really capture the graphics of that particular decade but there are so many some of them are very very disturbing for example baby doll you look at that and you think well with that film get made now i'm not really quite sure but every single one you see whether it's the sting or mystic river or any of the thirty that he did for eastwood you automatically feel that you're at home with that film gold curious stretched all the way from the nineteen forties to two thousand eleven when heated his final poster what do you think how impulse it's film posters no oh they still just before considering home which money's being spent on other forms seoul feel voicing well the the poster no the poster is not as important as it used to be which is why they're collectible now.

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"mystic river" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on KGO 810

"Emotional i thought that was great and think about mystic river when he finds out you bring that up that's another underrated actor kevin bacon kevin bacon he was the only thing worth watching jfk is kevin bacon performance and that is gay guy remember that i i don't remember it now it was a bad movie but he i think are you a bacon like kevin bacon i like him but it's funny that you say he's he's over he's underrated because he's the one character in mystic river i didn't even understand every time he was talking to his ex wife on the phone with fund glasses and he's going i know it's you watching a bad porno what is happening get that character at all you don't this the movie nobody talks about wild things with bill murray and kevin bacon and then the signature if you've never seen that campbell and comedy oh and she tricks her into kissing her is it a comedy or drama or now it's like a murder mystery kind of thing with a lot of comedy well it's funny because i mean i i well i already out of time because weird segment i know i talk a lot but jesus so what is there anything in the theaters now it's worth getting off my ass and going to see well i just i just watched a player or player ready one which was okay it's a two and a half hour steven spielberg love letter to video games in eighties movies which you pretty much have to be a game or two like if you can see thoroughbreds it's so far my favorite movie of the year thoroughbred nobody knows about it yet it's about these two high school girls that plot to kill one of their stepfather's and it's so well written and acted it's amazing thoroughbred i okay i'll put it on my little i'm gonna i'm gonna i'm gonna we're gonna we're gonna do a special show on monday.

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"mystic river" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Excuse my pronunciation had off flew thank you for house of san and fog marcia gay harden for mystic river holly hunter for thirteen and who you but this is a who shoes at the time um and spot his favorite movie come iv rather dress oh um jolts me nuts too is a even any listener of the weekly bought gets would now oh um oh ab a piece of april had clarkson good addi clocking lurk directed by lucas hedges his dad really he directed the new and i heard some good thing about him that i can tell you off all right here we go to doesn't four we're almost done our weight stunned 2004 cable and at this actress supporting actress cate blanchett the aviator laura linney kinsey virginia manson sideways natalie portman closer and who asked for from hotel rwanda oh um so if you can you don't perfect yet lee getting it now at this 'cause i'm getting the movies now but i think that that this game if it is better designed hey iran by you i know you hours ago of this game i said it's all i i write about oscars i hosts as you have as i should know this i'm going to best picture let's get a best picture i goes i still have that kind of brain this is gonna be great this is fought bright were now we're just at best four three dumbass picked 1980 ordinary people coal miner's daughter the elephant man raging bull and who who suspect this movie i literally like we were long about this all day like what is this movie oh god word.

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"mystic river" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"To be able to break out of that genre nowhere in the meagre bonus features on this dvd did they discuss this movie being based on a book did they discuss the author or anything like that but james one did say how much he liked '70s and '80s revenge films including things like deathwish yeah we all know that he was eager to get out of the horror ghetto he doesn't consider himself a horror director but this movie put him back in that get all that he had done saw and he had done dead silent which is a movie about a possess puppet that wasn't a big hit in wasn't very good but this was his chance his first chance to get away from the genre and it cinema right back to insidious i hadn't even heard of this film that i know love for some reason it's leg in the back of my brain if kevin bacon is in something i'll pay a little bit more attention to it so i feel like i knew he did some kind of family revenge film back then that said he and ethan hawke have like morphed into the same person for my mind civil i may just be thick go the purge i do remember the ads what they sold was an all the trailers that i saw that ran who was a summer movie it came out in august but they did push it as some kind of money maker for the summer and what they pushed was kevin bacon is going to lose control they showed a lot of him shaving his head in arming up all that stuff that really comes at the climax yet i usually no can recall trailers and movies even if i don't see the move him like oh yeah kind of vaguely member seen a trailer for that this no memory of it never seen it never heard of it don't recall ever seen or trailer for you bring up an interesting point though kevin bacon what does he mean what does he represent when he stars in the movie i always find it weird at this point early in his career he was the dancing dude rightfoot lou yes i fill all the kids of the 80s he was a lighthearted fun presence and then something happened around mystic river and i feel like.

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"mystic river" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"To be able to break out of that genre nowhere in the meagre bonus features on this dvd did they discuss this movie being based on a book did they discuss the author or anything like that but james one did say how much he liked '70s and '80s revenge films including things like deathwish yeah we all know that he was eager to get out of the horror ghetto he doesn't consider himself a horror director but this movie put him back in that get all that he had done saw and he had done dead silent which is a movie about a possess puppet that wasn't a big hit in wasn't very good but this was his chance his first chance to get away from the genre and it cinema right back to insidious i hadn't even heard of this film that i know love for some reason it's leg in the back of my brain if kevin bacon is in something i'll pay a little bit more attention to it so i feel like i knew he did some kind of family revenge film back then that said he and ethan hawke have like morphed into the same person for my mind civil i may just be thick go the purge i do remember the ads what they sold was an all the trailers that i saw that ran who was a summer movie it came out in august but they did push it as some kind of money maker for the summer and what they pushed was kevin bacon is going to lose control they showed a lot of him shaving his head in arming up all that stuff that really comes at the climax yet i usually no can recall trailers and movies even if i don't see the move him like oh yeah kind of vaguely member seen a trailer for that this no memory of it never seen it never heard of it don't recall ever seen or trailer for you bring up an interesting point though kevin bacon what does he mean what does he represent when he stars in the movie i always find it weird at this point early in his career he was the dancing dude rightfoot lou yes i fill all the kids of the 80s he was a lighthearted fun presence and then something happened around mystic river and i feel like.

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"mystic river" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I have departed lousy vlad to die for me to be me who yeah good movie aren't nick river oh my god and other great move is one of the best movies ever may yet on what the algorithms on the list is i don't think they made it on the list slow but yet mystic river was talking about their bench you know the territory the mystic river story about the shrink that i was going to no there was so funny because poor in my heart out to this to the psychologist and and and she finally says you know movie you should watch as she wouldn't tell me why though she recommends that iced i go home and i watch mistake very serious about it as they go home and i watch this have you know the plot you know it's about a guy who had ruined his life because he was he was he was molested the s as a small boy right knew it and everybody in town knew it and i'm like oh my god does she think i was stated what is this about obama confused because you never told me why it's a village and there's a movie but i kept out of this question mark so the next time we see how i mean it was a great movie but were as she was a ono i just need about like letting things go they usually to let these go ahead salvi that before i watched it i would never say that that's that's away from him well i mean she was saying that it would have been better had certain people wet certain things go but they couldn't get past them i guess is i guess was her point she's not saying that they did let them go but she saying that they did it nicu yeah yeah delighted freaked me out man or shrink door recommend movies to somebody some is going to read way too much into that grip okay and who is the dead girl in the movie all man like i can't i i don't remember rao awesome was no one shameless lang lang because the movies like two thousand four something yes and she was just a little kid yeah well well maybe teenager type yeah yeah annoyed i look at you know it was it really was i we're all we're talking about what's the best movie vault on in your opinion one eight hundred two three one one point five three thirty two at news now ladies new jersey newsmen 101 five.

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"mystic river" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear

All of the Above with Normal Lear

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"mystic river" Discussed on All of the Above with Normal Lear

"I it's it's it's interesting 'cause i don't i don't really to spend too much time in the rearview mirror and when when i say favorites you know it's there's the there's the the the peace of the film and then there's the experience or whatever you were going through in your life and a lot of times those don't necessarily lineup as in you had a great time and the movie was really fun but i would say if i could pick tooth to movies that the experience of making it in the film itself were were both really really fond memories one would be diner and the be mystic river and both of those cases uh it was a bunch of guys you know um and we were in the case of diner we're down to baltimore with barry levinson was is his first movie and and none of us who sweep we've been working for a while because we were under twenty in her twenties you know i started when i was about seventeen or eighteen but nobody was really like a famous the there was no problem with i go out or anything like that it wasn't deal and when we if we get together which we sometimes do or have or a passive crossed in the past we have so many stories from that seven weeks that we spent there and you don't always walk away with like tons of stories we we just had it we had a blast i think it was a.

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