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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That doesn't get you to not products at in a minute but doesn't usually do not turn the dial to cap the words are I don't know what will this hour's gonna say Kentucky fried beaver and mermaid sex Jason we have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah June domino's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now don you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but it's still that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used a period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to do this look it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We have mermaid sex the second welcome back everyone that doesn't get you to not products at anybody that doesn't usually do not turn the dial to cap the words are I don't know what will this hour's gonna say Kentucky fried beaver and mermaid sex so you know it Jason we have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah June domino's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now don you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but it's still that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to do this look it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Yeah exactly coming up in just a second welcome back everyone that doesn't get you to not try this at in a minute that doesn't usually do not turn the dial to cap the words are I don't know what will this hour's gonna say Kentucky fried beaver and mermaid sex so you know it Jason we have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah soon who knows fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now don you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but it's still that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to take this look good news it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"We have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah soon you know let's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now don you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max acres Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but its film that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to take this look it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everyone that doesn't get you to not products at in a minute that doesn't usually do not turn the dial to cap the words are I don't know what will this hour's gonna say Kentucky fried beaver and mermaid sex so you know it Jason we have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah June domino's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now John you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but it's still that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to do this look good news it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Exactly just a second welcome back everyone that doesn't get you to not products at in a minute that doesn't usually do not turn the dial to cap the words are I don't know what will hour's gonna say Kentucky fried beaver and mermaid sex to listen we have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too because the right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah June domino's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now don you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but it's still that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to take this look good news it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I'm at this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. they hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah soon you know let's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now John you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but its film that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to do this look it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Everyone that doesn't get you to not products at in a minute that doesn't usually do not turn the dial to cap the words are I don't know what will hour's gonna say Kentucky fried beaver and mermaid sex so you know it Jason we have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah soon you know let's fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now John you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but it's still that way to make it look like an nineteen eighteen film they actually used a period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to do this look good news it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding IBM this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's monologues.

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"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Up in just a second welcome back everyone that doesn't get you to not try this at in a minute that doesn't usually do not turn the dial to cap the words are I don't know what will this hour's gonna say Kentucky fried beaver and mermaid sex so you know it Jason we have a phone number we should call her right now I guarantee you she would leave her job to listen to us if it's about mermaids I think she would too I'll call you right now Z. the hot what do you think of the mermaid okay how does that work yeah soon you know this fight Alexis live perfect let's find out now don you have mermaid sex on the run down of our broadcast and I'm dying to find out why okay I watched a movie on Amazon prime the White House it has Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe in it it was directed by Robert and Max Eggers Kenny you will love this movie I actually saw the information I was going through a Amazon prime last night saw this read about it but then did not watch all you have to watch it because it's films like it was shot in New England in the eighteen nineties they actually used a certain type of film which is double X. stock black and white and that requires a lot more light and exposure so when they shot at night in indoors they had use about fifteen to twenty times more light to actually see on the film but it's still that way to make it look like a nineteen eighteen film they actually used to period correct kerosene lamps and filters that were not filters but lenses from the nineteen twenties to do this look good news it is so beautifully shot I mean the cinematography is just amazing and the story is really super creepy in dark it's about to light house keepers and they start to go crazy were on there on this remote and mysterious New England island in eighteen ninety if you are thinking Robert Pattinson can't play Batman you need to watch this movie why he it's just he brings a real darkness to his character and vulnerability that's just captivating and Willem Dafoe is so outstanding I've this is one of the best acting performances I've ever seen anyone do I have a clip of him he actually lived on this island and never went to a hotel he lived they built a seventy foot White House Willem Dafoe lived in it the whole time they're barely spoke to each other here's a little bit of his one of Willem Dafoe's.

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"new england island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In this part of the show Indian American composer come less some kind of explains why dating apps make for good ultra and publish director Agnieszka Holland tells us that fake news is not a recent development what was going on the incentives within the political propaganda on both sides not his size and coming inside the fake news says the manipulation of the truth still with me in the studio on my two guests Karen consent of it ought to have family member and critiquing commentator and classical gets us down the loss will be talking about his life and latest album in just awhile first that the auto leasing pub American actor Willem Dafoe who chooses roles that are so wide ranging in very difficult really be tight cost from platoon in the English patient through to the Florida project and the grand Budapest hotel with superhero movies along the way the green goblin and spider man full co in Akron man he constantly surprises he's a recent film the light house is a master class in acting for acting depending on whether you like him or not its shots in moody and harsh black and white it's a psychological thriller I wrote the check is and it's still it's wild and hallucinatory at the same time to lighthouse keepers the peg legged veteran played by to follow and his new young assistant Robert Pattinson's role a trying to keep their sanity on a remote to mysterious and rain last New England island in the eighteen nineties after a storm the relief that hasn't arrived in they've run out of food what's this plenty of liquor or major.

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"new england island" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"A little while but we WANNA try so we're GONNA start with perhaps not a very equal in gender wise to men on an island Alan for the first new release this week is the lighthouse from robots. Aga's the filmmaker make a behind the recent horror hits the witch this hypnotic tale of two lighthouse keepers on remote and mysterious New England island in the eighteen ninety s timber want. We'll be Nowitzki. Smoking are living like any starting new on on the run and some delightful accents on display in this film so Adam. This film premiered at Cannes last. May that's where I saw that And will you excited to see the new one for Maga's yeah very much so I think the which was one of those films that I felt like. Oh this is a nice calling card. Movie Maybe for my taste. Let a little bit too much into the into the genre. Trappings we expect from that kind of that kind of horror. And actually I think it's that seems to be a bit of a revival in those kind of folk horror tinged Films of light independent films of late but this one definitely excited. I just some reason we. We were in Canada Staying together in a very early to go and see this and it was on him. One of the sidebar programmed the Moon Festival and it just felt like a film that was going to be an event on that we had to be there for a member queuing up really early. And they're just being a bit of a buzz and and then sitting down inside the theater before it started and it being a rule like electricity and energy in the room. And you know I've had that before in the film ends up kind of being a bit of a dump squib that down in the and this is very much not I I mean. One of the most thrilling think first viewings of had in recent memory Seeing the film a couple of times since and yet just gets better and better. I think with each viewing viewing for me In fact highlight probably of that whole festival for me. Going to quickly was the three of them. Start to pads and Willem Dafoe uh-huh coming on stage after the screening and to rupture us reception and just the kind of mischievous nece amongst them and and you could kinda sense as well this this a strange tension between them I think would afo cracked a joke about essentially wanting to let punch robber in Is it not because the filming conditions were horrific. This is the thing I think I that that is clearly evident when you watch the film. You know it's it's very remote location And the act is I mean physically. What they're doing is very intense work? I mean committed. I think doesn't even really begin to cover it in in in this case but is very physical film you know and it feels like however much you want to work shop here and how much rehearsal you do for this kind of thing. I think an actually having spoken to Willem Dafoe for this specific BBE and his approach to the character and the way they filmed. It was very different to Robert. Patterson's I don't think you can substitute or you can really prepare too much as an actor Sir for for for this. I think what succumb was rolling. You've got to just give it your all in and go for it. I think you can really do too much for her. So I get an you know I think they filmed over quite quite a few weeks as well. You know. It's not particularly long movie. It doesn't feel like this. I mean obviously only one location if it was very economic in the way it's the stories actually told but you can imagine them being set in very grueling conditions. And you know Oh a few weeks onset probably did feel like quite a few months and you know it's quite it's quite fitting is the foam in some ways the way I call him interpreted at least it's best to convey this the feeding of them entering poetry. And that's kind of something that rob axis spoken about before a little bit as well and I. This lost his jarring on here. We should say I mean obviously as the obvious kind of film references and connections to things like in Marburg running back further. Call Dreyer and some some kind of old old film noir restuffed but I think as well literary references he spent about Herman Melville An uneven like painting and photography and poetry in this so much going on I think that's the strongest aspect of the foam. That doesn't necessarily remind you of just one thing or you can't say oh. Yeah he's just doing that or he's referencing there. I think so so much that he's drawing on and so much therefore an audience can take away from it and there's been a KOI quality to have this film has been marketed. Of course when we saw it vaca can pass. The delight of discovery was the fact that I think we've seen one still of defoe and patents looking gloomy on an island and we have been using black and white and you is shot in this square squares square boxy ratio but didn't know much more than that. Could we try and be. At least. He's is a horror. Film misunderstood character drama or is it something. METAPHORICAL SEPHORA allegorical is use item. So I think it's one of those films. That's is this really happening or are we watching woman's descent into madness events because because of the exit stylistic choices it's very high end from the beginning and guys Haya for now say there becomes a point where you're not exactly sure his point of view you're seeing and whether it says any relation to true events cents or any of the film Bez any relation to anything that's happened I'd say it's it's unreal curiae in terms of genre and it's it's great strengths Ansah definitely that this film is is to incredible actors gutting at And if you're found of Pattinson would defy were both. It is easy to watch them. Absolutely go at it in ways. I do not want to spoil but once seen really hug to shift from your mind even if you wanted to get their their sights very image-driven filmmaking. I think that's what he does. Because the witch there was what his debut the witch when it came out. That was a big debate about whether it was her on Knox's not scary wasn't scary but to my mind that film and this Vilma Bif- very tableau image driven films not so much about getting that reaction out the audience and say much as Crofting said images that a very pointedly say in that way. It's quite hard to define a usual film genre level his. It's it's kind of not playing by those rules uneven talking about small simplistic terms it. It's very funny as well as well as a comic genius and I think patents might be following on his heels news in that respect. They're very good at that. deadpan delivery defies catches terrifying but also He's really childlike. Gleeful Grin that he can rollout allow undercut a moment and he's playing you with his capacity to be entertaining so Adam talking about crafter second you interviewed Rob Akers later late from the air to G. Yeah actually the was in The London program and he was over for that I'd actually interviewed him for the witch before and it was fascinating. I mean isn't a a couple of years. I I guess between the two films and his whole manner when I spoke to him for the which seemed he he did seem very green and an officer was maybe new to being on this. Like press junket seem but seems a little bit lucky was lacking may be comforted. I mean he just made this amazing film which was getting a claim but it didn't seem particularly it confident. And and that's you know you meet young directors who are very kind of show nicotine corn But seeing him again in May and speaking to him for for this film he was so relaxed and so it just exuded this feeling of like not necessarily. I've made it but like I'm exactly where I WANNA be an in and you know and a little bit of maybe pride in the work as well but yeah the thing I wanted to to pick up on one of the fascinating things. I think he spoke about was Just the construction of the set because like another big film. A can last year parasite Belgian has parasite The main set of the foam was completely constructed from scratch. Shen which I think is something if you if you watch the film you going into it and didn't know you attending you'd be able to tell it just looks like they've managed to find this amazing thing Old Nineteenth Century Lighthouse on on us of mock somewhere in Nova Scotia. In fact you know they. They actually scouted this location occasion and built the whole thing out of wood. I think quite cheaply and quickly Local community will also chipped in And Yeah it's is is is quite an amazing feat of just Croft and engineering as well. So we're just here rob spending a bit more about that now. I wanted to build the entire lighthouse station addition from soup to nuts as known says because they wanted to have absolute control over everything but this is an expensive black and white movie so I used to be responsible and try to find a White House that work but there is no lighthouse. Had the right they look and feel and location that that was accessible in part of making movies having like good road access and you can't I mean. I never thought we could do this. But you can't shoot a movie on an island practically basically every house that worked for us. I was like so so this was a peninsula that could be great road access and terrible weather that could be made to look like an island quite easily where we bill are semi foot working has tower and everything else. So that's that's director. Robert eggers talking to Adam about the construction of the lighthouse itself. Of course we've talked a lot about the two central roles here rob and Willem column that you have support a supporting cast not a human supporting cast of course Aga's form with the witch with Black Phillip. The goats this one. He has some Segel's us so he's the sequels a highlight. Can you explain what their their quality is that they bring to the film Antagonists that's allow say they are antagonizing analyzing I within the setting. Do you think they'll be the breakout. Stars of this film is Black fully was for the witch I should say I deny that Hannah would head of this parish for Halloween. She went when it's a character from the lighthouse and soul stirring -sego noted Real Siegel accounts vary. I let the mystery live. Did Hannah woodhead take correal. See go to a Halloween party. Say Did you ask about the eagles I did. And and partly because you know leading on from talked about the location. I think it's fascinating. You would kind of expect seagulls to be there and in some ways they are included in the film incidentally but they also do pledge as you said kind of major. Ah I mean. They are as much as William's character and antagonist as well. I think in the background. This idea that rob scout is constantly being tormented when he's he's not being Verbally bludgeoned by Willem dafoe. He's got these seagulls calling way him and Yeah I did ask about that as well unless that clip now. Then what was this go. Is that my brother and had stupid. We didn't research seagulls before we wrote the script that being said like. How are you supposed to do not folklore a movie? You just have to do that if it's if it's the North Atlantic but going into production production. We didn't have a plan like it was really terrifying. And if you need to know about what we needed to we had found trained seals you know and finally there's there's three segel's out of the UK so hometown birds and they were amazing so intelligent and There was we found them. They were right Robitaille. They're talking about the seagulls in the lighthouse. Of course we could talk folk freighters about this film but really it is one. I think people should experiences as fresh as possible but at what scores would you give this film. I think A four going in as much as much as I said which wasn't necessarily one that lived long in the memory for me up definite excited to see what he was going to come up with an and he must be delivers his. I think this is like a really really impressive. Not just an impressive piece of cast costing and craft but the way he's working with these these two actors at the top of their game. There's just so much to take away from this and so much rewatch value as well adding of sin like three times now and it just keeps getting better so Probably four Ooh for enjoyment and a five in richest on.

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"new england island" Discussed on After The Show Movie Podcast

After The Show Movie Podcast

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on After The Show Movie Podcast

"New Year to the listener. Tell what I was doing at midnight. Sweeping I said is New Year New said I'm sleeping so reading on the couch watching something and I think you looked over. No it wasn't ten after twelve. It was right on when the fireworks. It was right on midnight as a time warp. I was watching something unusual asleep and I said how can you you put my hand over and use that. Don't wait me up I'm sleeping. Okay happens when you've been alive for fifty years but anyway I wish you happy New Year. Thank you and then you wish me one right back. Asleep that was comfy. Has Cozy come on. Isn't that the dream. When you're twenty something the dream is to have the wildest frigging new year that you barely remember and now I want the calmest one that I can probably next week ability? I'm not sure what we on the couch. Did I fall asleep so same thing no matter how old you are before they have to the show discussion discussion. So twenty twenty. We're GONNA keep the format correct reluctant changing because part of the before the after the show discussion was me saying I think I'll ditch the advice part because I'm running out of things to say and must be we'll be. Oh my God. She's so full of Shit. But you said Ou but some people that might be why they're listening. I don't think that's true but well I'll stick with. Let me say I've listened to podcasts myself and and they've just ditched a certain part that I really liked and I'm like like was that part on a light up. Your grades are good. The only changes when we get to the recommendation nation dull. Explain that time comes so Sibito you salty old Cedok so January annual the fourth twenty twenty happy New Year. It's after the show six hundred and fifteen where a movie review podcast where we look at a movie and the first movie of two thousand twenty is the Lighthouse is a twenty nineteen movie releases on Blu Ray. This upcoming Tuesday January the seventh. You Bet to pick it up rates IT and it's from our friends at eight twenty four and Lionsgate you send us a copy of the Blu Ray for review sits. I'll give no no no no you up. I'll give you the one the box. There's no synopsis or this movie. Are Algiers a lighthouse. In Two dudes possible mythological weirdness or mental health issues. Is that what it says on the mocks it says from Rogue Robert Eggers the visionary sorry filmmaker behind the modern horror masterpiece. The witch comes this hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lights housekeepers Biz Willem defoe rubber. Partisan on a remote mysterious New England island in the eighteen ninety s as an approaching storm threatens to sweep them from the Rock and strange Parisian's emerge from the fog. Each month begins to suspect that the other has become dangerously on Maude. Yeah that's not what I said. All right there is no way to describe. This was yeah. I don't think we could spoil it either. No but you know we knew nothing. I assume you knew nothing. I knew nothing. I just knew that Willem Dafoe was in might on a new. It was by the Director of the witch. Because I'm a fan of the wage. All right so let me say. Let's start with the lighthouse. I said talk. Did you like the lighthouse. It was a small in. It's hard to say like I hate. You scrape it. I if using so you enjoy it like that doesn't exactly cover because it's weird right. Can I describe it. I if I was to describe it as this would you agree. Let me say I feel. We'll be watching it. I enjoyed it right but I feel like it is a very challenging movie. You enjoy the challenge. I feel like it's challenging to watch and there's a whole lot of it might be a whole lot of nothing like when it's finished. I'm like was committee. That wasn't really about anything. All was that a movie we tones a hidden meaning that I might have got some of it because when it ended I I said to you I I said Oh i see what was going on the news. I didn't get don't get any of that. Yeah I made you know. I've watched David Lynch engine things like that and I kind of I kind of try. I'm like okay. This isn't linear out. lineas not the correct word. What is it's not typical? It's not a three act story or anything. No no say. It's Kinda like it said on the back of that like a hallucination the nation a bit when you finish it you like I said to you. I felt like I was actually going mad myself. Join the movie. There's a noise of a Foxconn con. This like always in the movie nearly always it made me feel like I was going mad because is quiet and then it is on the foghorn. Yeah and then it keeps going off and then eventually I got to the point where I didn't even hear it anymore because was it was so regular going off and then the opponents where it was louder than the movie on purpose to meet you go. Oh my God this these people are going crazy but I feel like it was challenging to walk challenging. But it's it's entertaining in that way to me so to say it's entertaining also word because I really like Weirdo. Yeah and it's confusing. You're there's no sure footing hair sure I mean other than your on lighthouse. Guess because there's one line in the movie where he says you're not even here you're just wandering in the woods freezing to death to say that. So then you're like L.. I didn't even occur to me. And there's nothing no with a reference to that whatsoever so it's it could be anything. I think what is different about now. People like you and die we can sit. You can watch fast and furious and love it. I can watch. What's you know? Hocus pocus and be completely in love with it. The most linear straightforward beginning middle infomercial cut out cardboard characters. I mean the whole the formula and be title in love with it or we can sit and watch this and be what's the word befuddled confused and it's very stimulating is like who am I just not getting it. I understood that I was not getting some references. That director of the writer and these other people were in my opinion opinion. It's a bit pretentious to stuff references to or use references of things like you were mentioning ancient Greek and methodology Collagen. And things like that. Of course. Not every single person's GonNa get in so it sort of makes the snotty people go. Of course that's the reference to this or that or the other. Well I'm sitting in. I think he does not get this. But that doesn't bother me and I don't mind not quite feeling right house of Greek mythology legiti like iconography like there's a scene with the the only scene in the movie woah Willem. Defoe is completely new right. Yeah the way that is framed and the way that looks oaks is actually from a drawer in just an hour. Chiasso like there are there. Were direct things like that where I got it. Because I've seen that before but you might not stand you like is that that because that's real. Yeah actually seeing the Poseidon or whatever he is like am I or not but that doesn't bother me now is because this movies all in it totally goes all in with the confusion. A and you don't exactly know what's going on. It's committed to that of movies that I've complained about where it's like. They're sort of half in half out and it's just sort of a tease. What they're doing that pisses me off that I think is bad storytelling movie And the village the village now villages pretty straight as well I guess really I mean. He's not mainstream obviously sleep but it has a little twist months. The twists is revealed. You're like oh I get it. I mean like Anything that leaves like you say you don't care if we don't don't find out like the origins of say a creature or a bad guy or something just like let it be and I say I have to have all China but they have to have all the answers for every story some stories. Just dangle that that absence of explanation in front of you as if that's good writing and it is not this one it just is what it is like. You know what I'm saying. I'm fine with that and this movie like it doesn't like it poses a bunch of questions that it doesn't ever really answer. It's one of those type of movies. You might be unsatisfied if you're the type who needs Narrative to completely make sense right because it does go. It's pretty not in the middle of when the movie. Well these is people start to go notes when they do starts ago notes. The movie is notes. There are. There's a scene where that just yelling at each other. Drunk folks like seemed like a long time a couple of minutes seemed very like it makes you feel a bit nuts because you like what is this. Where are we going doesn't ever really go anywhere during those? You're saying about wondering afterwards. Like oh did I just watch. I just want the most MT thing ever or did I watch the most filled with stuff. I need to watch it again. But you could say that about three of life. Es because it has that there's there's there's two things sort of winding around each other like a broken marriage in a bad childhood and then like the origins of all life kind of like all. Oh mingling in there together when you're done with that you're like Oh God this almost house like or even like Magnolia dare I say it's about love and loss and everything but what's the actual like other than a tour de force in feeling fucking miserable for an hour. Now what is it the end you you know what I mean. The what's the story. Well told well he does have a whole point to donate about regret is it. They'll see that's your interpretation. You feel like it is 'cause is your in love with it but I'm just saying you could get that movie like Oh my God that's like every bad thing I've ever felt and now what you know but this movie has Let me say we explain is black and white this movie I off Second Office. Four by three ratio or one to one point nine as yet I liked it makes it look like an old like like something I was watching it and I was thinking this on our big projector to you know. It looks like we're watching old projected movie right like actually looks old. But then the the soundtrack the actual audio is like coinage of the not like surround. I almost I was like I almost felt watching it. I wish that it made lightly audio mono and sound really scratchy. Like it doesn't surround you but then again. This movie's sound really does envelope. But I think it might have worked the other way to where actually does feel like like an old time movie like something from eighteen hundred eight hundred ninety eight.

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"new england island" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on The NBA Show

"So I guess maybe they would be an agent for change. Possibly while it's like at one point everybody you know I used. This is a long time ago but everybody need pocket passer great pocket passer. Now we see the best one of the best teams in the League the Baltimore Ravens around a mobile quarterback. We see mobile quarterbacks quarterbacks everywhere everywhere and we see teams build plays and bill offenses that maximize on that ability to move around the field and create plays That work for that like Lamar Jackson. Dude these breaking records van or rushing quarterback and partially not just because he can run and scramble off of broken in place but because designed plays but the ravens install for him So it's been great to see that happen over time though I mean it's like one of my favorite plays all tyler. Hi was that law. I think. Fifty Sixty Yard touchdown by Michael Vick old four zero five off a broken play. Those were the days man watching Vic. I miss him. I Miss Michael Vick. We have mobile quarterbacks run and move around the field but I miss I miss Michael Vick well. This just broke his record for going to say yeah. I know I mean this guy has been absolutely out of his mind Lamar Jackson so if you like somebody buddy that runs around. You may not like it as much what. He's playing against the Patriots row. We'll see we'll see what happens for the Patriots. It's going to they look. They're you gotTa get through Tennessee. And if they get through Tennessee and they get through mahomes another guy who's mobile. Rogers ask mobility. They gotta go into Kansas City to face him and then Baltimore Baltimore have to win and they have to go into Baltimore. Okay as a tough path I I saw between bax though Tannehill L. homes and then Lamar Jackson. They'd have to get through. I saw your tweet where you were. You were mad about the Patriots. I saw it. I saw it last week. Do we are and how could you not be mad. Haagen be belichick after the Bell Chac he. He is the greatest coach of all time period and he is somebody that very rarely makes poor decisions. In my opinion I as growing up Patriots Fan. I can remember when he he let lawyer Malloy. Go days before the season started. I can remember him trading Richard Seymour when he was due for a new contract. And everybody's freaking out. Ballot check can really not be questioned often however I do think this at the beginning of the first half in week. Seventeen when they could have called a time out and retain time. They could've have called timeouts and been aggressive in going for scoring opportunity and they did not they did not and that shows a lack of trust in the offense. It shows a lack of trust and Tom. Tom Brady and maybe they are right to not have that. Trust in the overall offense however with the timeouts with the trust and Tom Brady to not make mistakes ext pick six was an aberration. I think they should have at least gone for it and that could have made a difference getting by or not. I don't think he should pass up those opportunities internees. I thought it was a week move. I thought Belshaw half of the game saying that if they had gotten a first down on the first down when they ran the ball they would've went fort court please. They weren't aggressive from the start. And that's what that's a frustrated me all right now you get a win three games to get to the Super Bowl do you think they'll be genesee. Yes okay I do I think I think a Tennessee's offense has been awesome Bill Barnwell and his column on on. ESPN this week had a great note. About how I think it was since week seven or something like that. They've scored a touchdown on eighty six percent of their red zone opportunities Martini's which is insane but he had mentioned that the team this decade. That's been closest to that. Was I believe that twenty twelve patriots. Some who scored eighty one percent of their opportunities By then in the postseason it dropped a fifty percent which is still great point being. Is that Tennessee. Tennessee is when fueled significantly by the reds success. I can't see that happening against the Patriots Defense. I can't see that number sustaining in the postseason. So for New England island I would. I would pick them to win this weekend as for beating Kansas City in Kansas City. I duNno we'll talk about that if they get through this weekend and then I will talk to you on Monday. Have a.

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"new england island" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on The Filmcast

"We get to any of that stuff you know sometimes in the fog war of recording podcast. Mistakes can get made and Last week there were a number of mistakes so many mistakes Dave so many mistakes most most of them by me so last week we discussed the What do you call it the? Hbo Original Series Watchmen and we made a number of claims around that series Several which turned out to be a ruinous and we are sorry about that and we are not going to correct records so Jeff one of the mistakes around like you had said last week that originally Alan Moore wanted to do it watchmen with The main DC characters. There's like Superman wonder woman etcetera That is actually not the case right. What what would the action I knew that? Just somehow got a complete it in my head but yes He did WANNA WANNA use a established characters but they weren't those Those sort of pillar DC characters like Superman Batman. It was more like the question and I think the atom and others it was. It was not not those. It's not superman. Wonder Woman Batman but there are still analogs to those characters and that stole all rings true but he didn't want to use known. Yeah no that's just not necessarily characters that we'll still golden age characters but it was so yes many people corrected me and I will Mea Culpa that that's my bad I apologize for making an inference. Also another thing that you you you mentioned the the rust book series but is actually well right. I was trying Suai. We were talking about the the fires here in Los Angeles and I referenced. The book I couldn't quite remember the name of Some great listeners told me the name that I was trying to come up with this series. Theresa's called Wool of which I've only read the first book. But I've I've been told that the entire series is is good and actually gets better as it goes along The first book was actually pretty good. But it is a post apocalyptic world where everybody has to live underground. 'cause the air is so bad and I was referencing that based on the fires in Los Angeles that it feels like. I can't go outside ride with my kid. And there's a bunch of moments in the first wool book where a young person can't is has lived their whole life underground and can't go outside without gas asked masks and stuff so good book. Good book series. I'm told but it's it's called wool and then on last week's episode of the podcast I kind have described. The book. Watchmen as Alan. Moore's watchmen right and we referring to Al more as he was like solely responsible. We I did mentioned Dave Gibbons as being responsible for the art and as somebody who like theoretically has a significant stake in what gets done with the art as well Listener George. Johnson tweeted at me that He says that I described the book as L.. Moore's watchmen and he said I just wanted to share this post by Alan Moore's daughter and he linked to this tweet by Alan. Moore's daughter Leah Moore who says quote saying this in case anyone needs reminding. That and Dave gibbons collaborated on on every tiny detail watchman for the entire project. That's just a cool tiny art details. Dave suggested to applaud details comics two or more for people telling a story together just like film or theatre and quote so I just wanted to to point that out like I didn't I didn't fully understand how deep the collaboration went. Obviously can you dave gibbons a huge part of the project but obviously he was integral not just to the the art but also to the story according to Leeann more And so I just wanted to clarify that. She makes a even better point. Dave which is that's how comics work. It's not just that this was like that that that's how comics work. It is a collaboration between a writer and an artist and sometimes multiple artists in multiple writers So I mean it is a it is a true collaboration. A lot of the stuff that Stan Dan League credit for for example you know especially when you read about how comics were done quote. The Marvel Way He relied very heavily on his artists for plotting and stuff like that so yeah comics are collaborative medium and the artists at a time and how that story is told and conveyed. Yeah Yeah so if I if I implied otherwise I apologize. College is But thank you all for the corrections you know appreciate it and thanks for keeping US honest here on the cast. Of course you always tweet at us or find us a GMO com where you can send your emails to us so appreciate you listening attentively and helping to keep accurate. So let's talk about a few things we've been watching this week. I wanted to mention this thing. I finally got around to the Lighthouse because heard of this movie by Robert eggers member Eggers the the writer director of the witch and the lighthouse. A read the plot summary here two lighthouse keepers try to maintain their sanity while living on a remote and mysterious New England island in the eighteen ninety s This is a weird movie is completely in black and white. It is shot in a four by three aspect ratio and it largely consists of just two characters is played by Robert Pattinson and Willem Defoe and many they speak with heavy accents which are managed to be somehow completely different right Willem dafoe speaking kind of like a pirate as you might imagine a pirate would be and I can't really tell what accent Robert Pattinson has almost sounds kind of like a new New York accent New England accent. Maybe but you know Jeff Cannata. You're the you're the person I thought when I watched this movie I actually think you would love this movie because it's because it's just these two dudes playing off against each other in a small space is very much like a theater piece right. I can't wait to see it. Feels like a play almost almost has to win this week. but I didn't have a chance to. I'm very much looking forward to seeing. Yeah I mean I think it's just it's very atmospheric in the way that it shot obviously with the choice of the black like an way and just like the visuals are incredible the performances are Bravura It's just really. Hey this is an opportunity for these two great actors to act the hell out of something and I'm trying to be pretty vague because I don't want to give anything away But yeah I I like. The movie is overall pretty unpleasant in the sense that it is a you know a a spiralling link descent into the depth of human nature but other than that I really admire. You know. It's not a movie I'd go to pick me up But it is a great film and actually actually like last week on the podcast. I said Hey. I saw like most of the movies I've seen this year. I have not liked this this week. I saw three movies that I enjoyed one of them was the lighthouse. One of them was terminated arc fate which I had a lot of fun with despite the movie not being that great and also a chance to see Ryan. Johnson's new movie knives out. ooh Out on Thanksgiving and I will say very little about it because I anticipate we probably review at some point But I'll just say it was a great time at the theater and it's GonNa come Thanksgiving and I think it's one of those movies that like if you're gathered together with the family all take them to see this movie because you know it's pretty Eh. Pretty family safe and it's just fun you know it has an amazing cast a relatively small budget compared to the last yet I and it's like It's an unsolvable piece it's an ensemble chamber piece. That is heavily inspired by the works of Agatha Christie and many other mystery writers so had had a great time with it and and would recommend it to anyone and I also had a chance to re watched Terminator One and two this week in preparation for dark fate and I just want to say like those movies are still incredible. Terminator One Horror Film Terminator Two. I saw the four K. Disk and It looks amazing. Terminator One. I have the BLU ray. It does not the BLU ray does not look like they went all out for that Germany or to thank the Terminator two. I mean I think I read somewhere. That there's something like over Let me see if I can find this This review that I read about it but basically agree. I think there's something like forty seven versions of that disk. Something something like really Large the the the ultimate double-dip basically is is the Terminator Two here actually twenty three different versions of twenty two. Yeah I own several of them actually like the thing is that terminator two is formative. Imitative to my experience as a as a film lover growing up because that was when Terminator Two hit Blu Ray and those double dips had blu ray a at around the same time that like or I should say hit. DVD at around the same time they were really investing heavily in. Yeah I was GONNA say. Don't even start with Blu Ray because I think it might be might be the first DVD. I purchase and might be the and when the special features were so good on that disc. Ask like it's like four commentaries alternate endings deleted scenes. I watched them all. I watched that movie like over and over again just so I can see the picture in picture like special feature where they describe. How the thing I I I? I did all that stuff I think to this day. Hey I can describe how most of the scenes in that movie were accomplished. Like I can tell you like what visual effects they used. You know like wizards a body double I can like. That's how deeply I know that movie. It's weird by the way with these four K.. Releases its weird to think like this four K.. Releases Terminator Two. Maybe the last version the last last physical version of this movie that you'll ever by. Yeah I should say the four K.. Version we actually talked about it on the Sean Collier Yeah. The movie looks incredible but the special features are a pretty lacking on that disc. I mean there's very few actual four K.. Special Vickers if any Like some of earlier discs a much better job with especially the problems. uh-huh like special features which are such like not a big selling point these days and and also we were making kind of this transition to four K.. That like there's there's just very few special features on these fourcade discs and you're right it's kind of a shame that this fourcade this might be the last one we ever see of it But especially because is like dark faith into that well if dark fate might release box at or whatever but anyway when it comes to spitzer features by the way I really like the fact that you know all these things have like itunes codes or digital codes on demand You can on I tunes the you often get special features. They're honestly I find that much better way. Like I like to just dive into commentary commentary rather than go fine but disk and loaded up and everything so I like that trend. I just wish it was more consistent because you can never tell what I tuned or other services will have is really only I teams right now doing live special features but I would encourage people to check out those terminated discs that have like all the special features. It's like basically film school in a the.

"new england island" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

Lights Camera Barstool

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool

"The whole lower the whole Colt behind face off is precisely due to Nicholas Nicholas Cage is acting in that movie the the peach seen the face off and you're you're trying to make magic with without the magician who got there so I disagree with. It and I think that if you were to remake a Nicholas cage movie conair conair would actually be a much better candidate for remaking face off right now guess hundred percent agree I again. It's tough to do a sequel. Obviously obviously someone dies but like there's a way to make it work because of the weirdness of what the story is and literal face off like you can make it work where they returned right. You could just make it where it's what was what was his brother's named Cyrus Cyrus geeks Cyrus the virus us in that prison with magnetic boosted he get killed or just make them have another brother in the recovers his face and he gets Nicolas Cage's face cow was his name in that movie is such an awesome name to it's possible to do right. There's there was a way to do it and it's just a bummer. They didn't go that route because like whatever like I know it's attornal fights comic books sequels reboots whatever but if you're GONNA do it at least that's my thing it's going to happen. They're going to do it so we do it in a way that's interesting for top gun right. Did they need to make another top gun no but at least doing it in a way that people are interested right people are like Oh you know what the continuation of the story. It's a stretch whatever I don't care like I kinda see it now. They could have done that with this like people would have. I've been interested if you said Travolta engage your back yeah Topgun. Nobody would give a shit if it didn't have crews and kilmer in yeah and and with with face off just look Travolta's fight but Nicholas cage is Castro choices. He makes us movie face off is face off because because of Castro Troy and would nicholas cage does here and if you take that out it's nothing it's it's it's a concept. I was trying to think of somebody who can kind replicate that sort of crazy. Where it's it's not an actor? It's not like a serious crazy right like he's not like doing the fucking jokers something. He's doing it like he's trying to do what is essentially actually a series act but like it's interpreted by the audience differently than I think it's meant to be portrayed and I am. I don't know a younger actor that can do that because I'm suing their cast someone younger than the Kate right I nick Shiloh buff Kadoorie no but a see that's like almost like mean territory or something I mean I mean Nick Cage. I don't think it was at that level at that point his career yeah but I know but you got to lean in into it. If you're going to be remaking cameos you've got to lean into it all right. Yeah I get behind that. Then based off was campy Faso's pretty candy by itself so overly it's like camping in hindsight I guess because it's overly nineteen ninety-seven super serious that plays camping now yeah exactly exactly that's what I mean. I can't think of anyone that could kind of go into that role and if they are if they were to go in that direction you're saying I wouldn't mind it'll Shiloh in who who's travolta whose who plays off well with Travolta own the shuttle in that the Travolta character in this movie is so vacant. I mean the the the way he was acting bosses family. He didn't have anything left to live for. Are you assuming this when you want someone with a better kind of chemistry right right. Maybe I'll just one nicholas cage. I just want Nicholas Cage and I want I want castor troy to be resurrected and and Shit Shit but let's conair would be much better because at least in con air you had you had the supporting characters in the other inmates that were on the plane with you. Yeah I think I think you could do. I think you could do cool things. Maybe making them different while retaining the same type of thing but going to face off is is is pretty pretty reliant on Nicholas cage and Castro troy in terms of that making faceoff I've agree with you won't cage back over anything else took. His face space came off people weren't he wasn't even like people were angry. People are like Oh come mine really. Why are we doing this? It was surprising I was this was news that actually took me by surprise because anything rebuilding or remaking it just accept it this. I paused for a second wow. I didn't expect that do they. Exclusively say that in a cage would not be in it they just said reboot from over the verbiage is so. I don't know if they ever specifically say wouldn't be back. Maybe not maybe if we look really into the details but it I think there are so many face ponds. It's like new faces that were I just kind of assumed maybe he won't be in it. I mean you gotta assume his agents doing everything. He can't get his ass. In this move Oh yeah and I don't know why the studio wouldn't that takes the move to a different level I would think I don't know I'm not a fucking studio. That's just my guess I just I I would love like like a story where somehow castor troy a cloned himself from you. Just you have different Castro Troy's running around green screen castor troy a loaded into the castor troy verse could eat me Peach. I mean I'll tell you what into the cage verse movie of Bunch Nicholas Cage Characters. They made a fucking being John Malkovich true a cage. It's not the worst idea of just people would freak out about it on a trailer and then we got an ad skit trailer for a movie that we made fun of we made fun of this movie and it's probably really fucking good and that's the White House for May twenty four white housekeepers trying to maintain their sanity while living on a remote mysterious series New England island in eighteen nineties. A Willem dafoe apparently is gonNA probably get a nomination for this. It looks fucking great like are I mean whatever like I'm we're GONNA continue making fun of this just because of what it is and how shot and we'll how it looks it looks pretty fucking awesome like it just does it was described in one of you sorry very troll as a lunatic dark comedy of cabin fever and much easement. That sounds awesome. It sounds like it's on Super Eight twenty four bill like I'm excited for this movie now. It's going to be great. It's going to be great Cedar Ready to live up to it. I will say though I don't don't think I put it on my top five still like I don't think I put on my top. I'm excited to see it. Don't get me wrong but like I don't think I put my top five five most at this point though we're running out of movies like by the fault that's almost up there. I mean I was happy to see jeopardy but ended up not living up to the hyper being number two on my list so that was number two on your list. What was it on my list yet? Chapter two was on your list and tell you what she wasn't on mine the cost they wouldn't Hashtag Hashtag it with wisdom has come out with the date. Dropping might ask comes out October eighteenth a month so basically a month limited did they do. They women thing. I would assume so yeah so we'll see we may not review right away if it's limited just out of availability but I lived in Montana's stuff you guys get one movie every two weeks so that's the truth the White House there's not much more to sandwich update that we're looking forward to it. That's all we got there. Look the fucking Nats Kendra. I've got an eight here we do. The year is two thousand nineteen in the losers club returns to dairy very unsure of what drew them there Richie.

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"new england island" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"new england island" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It's a it's a fantasy world. You're not going to fool the defense. You may get them on a couple unscarred. It looks that they are not prepared for right and you gather be able to do that as a play caller. Put your team in a position where you feel like this. I'm going to get them with this one well. That's what we saw the philadelphia touchdown against new england island yes. Yes you do that once or twice a game where we don't have the personnel for this new england by the way done that against opponents on trick plays red zone plays where you just have. Nobody uh-huh got his set where you don't have anybody to garden right so i think that's a fair point that new england a green bay last did not it wasn't just the struggles it was. It didn't look it didn't look special and i it was. It was like a complete dud. Let me ask you this though i i made the point that when i i've seen veteran quarterbacks quarterbacks do this i think peyton manning when he finally got a great defense the better the defense the less hero ball. I need the quarterback green. Bay's defense is good enough. They'll be sundays. They win. Games can erin. He's a ball powder. He wants to make the big play. I mean the hail marys kind of assigned to him as aaron capable ebel of reeling back a little of the hero ball because now he doesn't have to do that can he. Yes will he. I doubt when you look at the style that he plays in what makes him so unique and special is being a hero. You've compared him to ben rothlisberger. Yeah what has been rothlisberger done his entire career. Even with good defenses held onto the ball for what the big play over the ending the play giving his receives an opportunity to get down the field and then you hit them in a big play fashion this era's he's an unscripted quarterback that extends the play gets outside of the pocket holds onto the ball probably a little longer than what his coaches his his eyes of that little here for him to do. That's what greg cosell. Analytic people have said. It's not ideal and the older you get the more frightening that becomes yes because last night eight. He rolled out one time and i'm like erin. Throw it away. Get rid of it. You just listened to you say this to get five yards justice to extend the play and take that hit. It's not worth it is just not worth it because you mean more to us as is yards then just this. There's five yards. Let's talk mitch trubisky. I mean my eyes. Don't fool me. I think chicago inside the building greg. They know they know d- there at practice every day. You tell me a lot as a football team. You tell me a lot by just the plays you run you. You tell me as a fan or a media person we can't do this. We can do that all their bells and whistles smoke in offense. That's telling me what the bears coach coaches think they they don't put them in positions to make great place. Their offense is a lot of gadgets and gimmicks and running and i just don't see it with. I'm sorry you know i've i've caught a chicago bears game and i sat down with mac nagy and i've sat down with opposing defendant defensive coordinator in defensive coordinators that have to go up against this. They look at it as a magic show. Don't get caught by all the movement in the action action and not pay attention. Trust your eyes. Don't get caught up with all the movement keep focus on what's most important in the bears have to understand understand and i think they know this that mitchell trubisky is he is what he is. He's just not a great arm town. No he's not your prototypical quarterback and talent at that position. He says something last night that stood out to me in his presser. He being matt nagy he he said you know. We have a lot of high character. Guys on this team and our defense is not gonna be one to point fingers at our offense. We know who we are. We know what the problem is you do in the problem starts with number one. The play calling wasn't great. Ya gotta simplify things but let's be honest..

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"new england island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"new england island" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Essential have a conversation with presidential candidate Hooley in Castro. That's this afternoon at three on ninety three point nine FM. This is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. This is all of it from WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart a new work by John ware plays with the notion of memory really plays with it with flashbacks surreal encounters and a backdrop of a secluded New England island in the nineteen seventies Nantucket sleigh ride recently opened at Lincoln center. John Guerin the star of the show after John Larroquette will join us in studio in our party like it's nineteen ninety nine series. Take a look at the founding of one of the biggest tech companies in the world. It started in the apartment of Jack Ma and grew into Alibaba and a new book from the New York Times baseball writer Tyler helping takes a look at the history of baseball through ten of most popular pitches in the game. He joins us to discuss I'm Alison Stewart, and you'll get all of it after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Laurie London on the day. The UK was supposed to leave the European Union. Parliament has again, given a no vote to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London the prime minister lost by nearly sixty votes may criticized lawmakers for failing to support some way forward. This house has rejected. No deal. It has rejected. No Brexit and today it has rejected approving withdrawal agreement on Monday. Parliament is expected to consider other options which could include remaining in accustoms arrangement with the U. Jeremy Corbyn head of the opposition labor party the has to be an alternative fan. The prime minister can't accept that. Then she must go not at an indeterminate date in the future. But now so that we can decide the future of this country through a general election. You k now has two weeks to find a solution and ask for an extension or crash out of the U. Frank, Langfitt, NPR news. News london. Egypt is intensifying its efforts to broker a truce between Israel, and the militant group HAMAs in Gaza ahead of a mass Palestinian demonstration expected tomorrow on the Gaza border NPR's Daniel estrin reports from Jerusalem, Egyptian mediators have been shuttling between Israel and Gaza. They're trying to reach an agreement for Israel to ease the blockade on Gaza, and for HAMAs to prevent rocket fire and other violence against Israel. A HAMAs official told NPR the group is calling on Palestinian demonstrators to be peaceful tomorrow as negotiates a deal with Israel in the past year. Israel says Palestinians have thrown explosive devices and tried to breach the Israeli fence and Israeli soldiers have responded with gunfire killing nearly two hundred Palestinians and wounding thousands. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he has sent more troops to the Gaza border and is ready to order a quote extensive campaign. If necessary Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem. Ride, hailing company lift has just made its market debut on the NASDAQ stock exchange opening above eighty seven dollars a share NPR's Camilo domino ski reports. The highly watched IPO raised more than two billion dollars this morning lift priced its shares at the top of its expected range, and this is a PO was already bigger than the company had been expecting just days ago. The company is now valued at some twenty four billion dollars lift has seen massive growth, but has never made a profit. Neither has its competitor. Uber. Uber is expected to have a blockbuster IPO of its own sometime in the next few weeks. The ride hailing industry is expected to grow rapidly. In the coming years as millennials in big cities. Choose not to buy their own car. At last check on Wall Street. Stocks are rising the Dow up one hundred and forty four points, the SNP gains eleven this is NPR news. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. A ride on the NYC ferry cost the same as a metro card swipe until you look at the subsidy. The mayor's the price low to encourage commuters take a boat instead of the subway, but the nonpartisan citizens budget commission found the city pays nearly eleven dollars in subsidies per person per ride. Here's Gotham Jake open hearts. They cost two seventy five the same price as a metro card and in order to justify that price. Taxpayers are paying hundreds of millions of dollars to keep these things afoot earlier today. Mayor de Blasios told WNYC's Brian Lehrer that the report has a short sighted view. The mayor says he does favor the plastic bag ban that state lawmakers have agreed on. But once the city to be able to decide on a possible fee for paper bags the measure would restrict most retailers from using plastic bags though, restaurants, and dry cleaners would be exempt the current compromise gives counties the option of charging five cents on paper bags also on WNYC this morning to Blasios said he would be in favor. If it's really necessary fee is what allows us to do. I support that. But again, what we have to add to the equation is phasing these things out by helping people get reusable bags and the state legislature is reportedly close to a deal on congestion pricing. This would toll drivers south of sixtieth street in Manhattan to fund the MTA. Here's WNYC's Stephen Nelson, New York City transit prison. Indie Byford put together a plan last year to upgrade all the signals and ensure writers are never more than two stops from a working elevator. But his plan would cost forty billion dollars. So this congestion pricing fee is essentially the future of the MTA. It's banking on this money. If the measure is approved by the April first budget deadline. It's estimated to go into effect in twenty twenty one. This is WNYC. It's twelve o six support for NPR comes from Neum offering a personalized weight loss program that uses psychology small goals and technology designed to help people change habits and keep the weight off for good at Neum and.

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