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"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on G&Q Review
"They'll they'll go see what is rotten. Tomatoes say rotten tomatoes. I'm guessing it's probably higher. Eighty eight percent so pretty much in line with imdb. Well i want to pose something to you both I was doing research on The matrix and i wanted to bring to the table. Something about film theory. And i couldn't really dive in as deep wanted to because any film theory you read about. The matrix goes much further beyond the first movie which. I didn't want to spoil so i read a little bit about it and i had kind of stop A few things one fun fact a ghost in the shell This this is the show. The nineteen ninety five film is kind of the basis of the matrix of this kind of fun fact. This is kinda credited with The child keep brothers said that they wanted to do what this movie. It's nanny they wanna to take his enemy do it in real life in. That's kind of the matrix came from. That's a fun fact Either it's not part of the matrix cannon per se So it's something. I might watch on my own but i don't think it makes sense to watch with our podcast but what might make sense is in two thousand three so this is four years after the major out. Many things came out the matrix reloaded and the matrix. Revolutions both were released in the same year. Not only that the animatrix was also released. Which is an adult science. Fiction animated science fiction anthology film Produced by the retrial. Sqi brothers and is a compilation of nine animated short films. The total is about an hour and forty minutes based on the matrix series. And this came out. So is the matrix I have this written down. So it's it's the matrix. The majors reloaded then. Animatrix came out in the matrix. Revolutions came out. And if you look. I was looking up. The order to to to watch him in there is a lot of. If you try to chronologically. You'd have to watch like three of these animatrix shorts than the matrix than like two of these and then so there's in terms of chronological thinking get messy but i think we could watch that our in forty minute series between this one. The matrix reloaded. It is more about the history of how humans have lost. The war in the machines have taken over Sorry you lost me. I mean you said a lot of things. Japanese like matrix vignettes. There's a video game i'm looking at. Are we playing the video game. People have it does include stuff that are not included in in like includes canon material. Like oh yeah like. It's got like film in it so my room imposed. My guess is order. I'll listen to whatever you either either. We do what was i think planned in. Assume which is the matrix. The matrix reloaded the matrix revolutions in christmas. Of course the new matrix Or i think we watch. The matrix are we. We watched. We watched the matrix in the next would watch the animatrix which is the animated anthology which focuses much more on the history of the human machine war and then we could dive into the matrix reloaded. Yeah i i think we can. We can watch it. We're going pretty balls. Deep into the matrix So if this has some you're saying it has original basically relevant. I see so. There's some shorts that feature neo some with the the war..
The Next Picture Show
"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on The Next Picture Show
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Review Party Dot Com
"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com
"I welcome to review party dot com. I'm brent i'm matt. I'm actually dark matt. Sorry to inform you all the continuity and so if you don't know dark manas you might want to refer to issue sixty five Was a sixty four sixty five this you sixty five to see dark matt origins a also known as karen. The karen terrible things traumatic things. But if you're here for the long haul on episode sixty five Yeah dark matt's ready dark matter feisty. Again he learned about heritage turkeys before we started recording. Really set them off. I'm prepared but are you prepared for this review submitted by the ever wonderful chatting on a bailey. Thank you tap. This is a review from spirit. Halloween dot com They're open folks get out there. Get in yeah. They are assured lighting up the countryside. As we speak. This is our view for a yellow curly wig. It's a clown afro wig. That is macaroni and cheese yellow. The review is written by leroy one fifty one. They title it fun. Wig for fun people. I got three yellow blue and red on sale. Lots of fun for the money. They're not the cheapest or thinnest out there. They are pretty sick carpet. We've and might last a long time. Bottom line yes. I would recommend to a friend five stars am. I just informed in fun for the money is a commonly known phrase. I think leroy spinning something original right there. These got his phrase loom or his potter's wheel and he says it's going to come out this. Yeah he's he's a free spirit. That's why halloween. He loves their deals. He he really is in tune. With how free spirited they are with their sales just like he has with his vocabulary. He's like he's like a guy in a trenchcoat or he opens the one side and instead of watches. It's just like those frigerator magnets throw words. Some make phrase together like that of interesting phrases like lots of fun for the month off. Love that tease me. Don't please me a son. You're looking for some interesting phrases. It's not quite in the nomenclature. 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We've been disturbed as we realize. It's not really a wig. It is in fact in ecosystem out of some guy was a boston accent. Seniors out on. Halloween friends wearing a yellow curly wig. He sees boston guy sees little creatures roaming around in his wig. He looks phil. Got buddy. i'll tell you this. You got some little bution up there in your in your week. You gotta get a matter. You know what. I mean you gotta get out yet. They call little putian because the little and they and they stink like byu shuns. Ascribing are politically correct. Yes lilliputians correct that book written in the in the frigging eighteen. Hundreds think so we gotta look up only ahead a review of it. Well the jack black version did they call them little. We'll pollutions that. I did not see fit or not either. Yeah the jack. Black version of gulliver's travels unfortunately it was not high on the list as big of a fan. As i am the classic satire. i'm gonna i'm gonna say eighteen. Hundreds will impact checking me. We're just gonna have trust. Might college degree there all right a lot of money for it. English bro english. Ro it's not worth anything else. Except correctly within a hundred years naming. What a book was published. Well can you correctly name when this movie came out. This movie for which is amazon review has been written. This movie. happens to be desperado desperado. We're gonna say fifty seven not quite near. Is it a new movie. You aren't as familiar with desperado. As i am. Nineteen ninety-five film 'antonio bandera. And so my i. I heard desperado was like man. That's an easy cowboy word. They had the knock that out early in this. Yeah there probably is an older desperado out. there This is part of the the robert rodriguez mexico trilogy movies jer. I'd like to picture as the guy found out that desperado wasn't used as a cowboy movie yet and he's like i got it right. The movie ratto at started. Oh my goodness so. If you haven't seen that movie this this is gonna be a fun. One We'll just shortly some up. It's i mean. Picture antonio banderas in the mid nineties sure fresh off of stephen king adaption thirteen warriors possibly possibly then put him in mexico marietta but also in his guitar case there are guns and certainly through the guitar case to shoot people. It's amazing this. The movie with the gift for he goes to. Ooh you know. Don't add donio verison back and going. Who sounded like yeah. This heist resulted in twelve million dollars. He's biting the knuckle anyway. Let's review alright. Henry p pierce titles is review. Great movie with plenty of action and drama and henry writes excellent movie with new stars. Selma hynick. that's what he wrote. And of course. Bandera us where i encountered him in philadelphia as tom hanks characters partner selma is a raven haired beauty. Who immediately stole my heart. And i was hooked ever with anything. She starred in afterwards great storyline in a cast of characters. Fill this movie with the story. 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"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on Tamarindo
"To another episode marine. What's up y'all shayla. So for this episode. I thought it'd be fun to i. Talk about some of our favorite lot. Nick shows movies characters. So i'd like to ask you. Which is one of your favorite latin knicks shows or movies or characters so recently i really enjoyed hint defied and beata so be that is about two young mexican american women who come back to la after the passing of their estranged mother. And it's all about them like building this bar up and their experience kind of sort of like gentrifying in a way. I don't know it's it's a really fun show. There's a lot of letting queer representation it was written by a mostly queer mostly female writing staff which is unheard of so just very. It was very refreshing as a queer woman to to watch that Android that excellent. Yes love that. Show love saracho. We actually mentioned her a little bit in this episode. So what about you brenda. What's your favorite lat next. Show movie or character. Well i decided to dig way way back in the movie that i'm gonna reference is a nineteen ninety-five film called a walk in the clouds which is actually starting keanu reeves. But i love this movie. It's a rom com. I guess it's not a rom com. It's just a just a romance. There is no comedy really but this story. If you all remember back in one thousand nine hundred five canas returning from world war two. His wife sucks and he runs into this beautiful mexican american woman who's in crisis because she's gone and gotten pregnant by one of her professors and it's the story where he steps in to make sure that like she can go back to her family and say yes. This is my husband and they have this plan that he's going to ban in her but of course he falls in love with her and i really love this story for many reasons one is because i just looked this up that the the directors actually mexican really like in this movie. How the dad in in this particular story. His wonderful quote that i love and he's his quote is just because i speak with an accent doesn't mean i think with one. I love that line every member. My parents really liking that line. So that's that's what comes to mind which is so sad that i had to dig all the way back to nineteen ninety five in in being able to think of a story that i absolutely loved in i mean of course. What you mentioned is perfect to recent history. But that's just one that comes to mind for me today. That's funny because i was literally looking up a list of that the next movies two days ago and that came up on the list. Oh good great. Great that's a walk in the clouds. Yong-chol watch it speaking latin extra presentation and media who we have on the show today brinda. Yes today we've partnered with nielsen. A global research firm that fuels the media industry with the most accurate understanding of what people listen to and watch to help us learn a little bit more about what that next community is consuming with the next communities consuming in terms of media and how were represented. So we're going to chat with our friend who's been on the show couple times. It's always such a treat to have ron. We're gonna speak to stacey who specializes in data at the intersection of community advocacy and entertainment. Stacy is senior vice president with inclusive insights initiatives and a leader with nielsen's diversity equity and inclusion practice plus. She's just an overall badass. She's a kick ass mom. She is an advocate for the people of cuba and she says delight so it was really fantastic to have ron. That's awesome and i'm a data nerd. So i'm excited about this. I love when we can use data to to have an impact.
The Higherside Chats
"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"Imagination when you give these sorts of stories and you tell people like you know the way things are the you know the the basic idea of like you know you'll see what you expect to see. This is why. It's so important to as walter lippmann put it. You know one of the fathers of propaganda. It is so important to paint the pictures which people see in their minds is because that is what will then become reality. No matter how you wanna go and look at that phrase creating reality so there is that reason why hollywood is so important and secondly within this realm of you know out just call it magic for lack of a better word at the highest level. There is this practice of following on the vercel wall of needing to reveal the method. If you will you gotta tell the truth so that the logic behind it is that people theoretically have a free choice or free will they know what's coming and so because of that there is truth we can go and we can see some truth hidden within a lot of these films and so i want to go back to three films from the nineties which point to this area and i think they also give a hint as to solutions or maybe not solution might not be the right word as much as like you know ways in which we are able to navigate which is unfolding before is so i'm going to begin with the nineteen ninety to spend that much time in here but i wanna point this out in the nineteen ninety five film twelve monkeys. And twelve monkeys stars. Bruce willis and brad pitt and this film got a bunch of attention recently. Because you know probably most people are where it deals with a virus which goes in wipes out all of humanity if you will so all of these virus films like right. In twenty twenty people started watching again and so twelve. Monkeys is one of them and it's not just about viruses because it also deals with time travel because the main character in bruce will list part of the story line is he was sent back from the future to try to figure out they thought that a terrorist group called the twelve monkeys released a virus and that was the reason why all of humanity died but in the film you go and you find out that no it was the scientists themselves that released the virus but nonetheless nonetheless were dealing with time loops. Were dealing with time loops. And i'll tell.
"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on Multiamory
"Romance. What are we even talking about. I do wonder if romantic love kind of devolves or not devolved but evolves rather into something else like committed love or you know romantic love to me. Sometimes i associate that with more of the nra or courtship stage of a relationship and then it becomes something else is time goes on potentially Yeah that's interesting. I mean there's definitely people who study you know. Forms of love like bats kind of the specific thing that they study is kind of the evolution or the progress through different sorts of love or maybe the distinctions between different types. But i think the reason why romance and romantic love is worth spending. Some time talking about is because so often we use it as. Yeah yeah we can talk about all these different forms of love and different types of attraction but we kind of define relationships into one of two categories. They're either romantic or platonic. And that when you really look at the the definitions and how they're used and if you ask people for their definition of it you're going to get a bunch of different definitions that are like neither of those are so like are large enough to be. These are the only two categories and yet that is still how we categorize relationships. And i don't think that's in itself a bad thing. I think it's useful to kind of have a way to distinguish them. But i think it's worth getting some clarity on what we mean by these distinctions. You know what is romantic. One of the things to note about romantic love is that i came across things from several anthropologists who over the years study cultures that were not Not completely taken over by european culture like so many have been And they stated that in a lot of those cultures they lack the same sense of romance as we know it that we kind of take it for granted. It's either romantic or platonic. But that their romance might not include the same feelings of monogamy and jealousy and exclusiveness and possessiveness. And those things that we associate with romance largely because of it growing out of this chivalry sort of way of thinking that that was pretty interesting too. Yeah that's fascinating. While i'm like i wanna know more about those other cultures and what we can take from them and in our own view of love over here on the west alrighty. Let's talk now about platonic love so we're going to throw some more definitions at the first one is from merriam webster dictionary. It is love conceived by. Plato is descending from passion for the individual to contemplation of the universal and ideal. Why it as love that ascends from passion for an individual to contemplation of the universal in the ideal gateway to the doors. Being one off your reality just having a total stoner. Whoa moment about honig. Oh really oh. Because it's like a. It's like a plato thing as opposed to like the word platonic. That is getting at well. That's where the word comes in and play right but plato's like rocking your freaking world is what you're saying right. You're transcending passion for one person to just like contemplation the universe and truth and things like that that that echoes some sentiments. I've heard in some more like new. Agey hippy dippy spaces around romantic love and also around specifically anonymous. Love as well. The idea that this love is the gateway or the pathway that opens us up to this deeper love of the entire universe sort of all beings. You know that it helped us not in some way. Sounds like you're on md. I mean. I think that's the shortcut for a lot of people but sure got it. Okay yeah yes. Super far out very cool. The second definition from merriam webster is a close relationship between two persons in which sexual desire is non-existent or has been surpressed or sublimated. That's interesting with like you're going to say just it's interesting that they got those those flavors in their of depressed or supplemented as well. I know you can't i 'cause that almost makes it sound like the people wants to but we're not going to or you want to but we're fighting this is going to be firmly platonic. Yeah yeah exactly. And i think that is a really interesting distinction. As i was learning more about sort of the history and usage definitions was that that is part of what platonic means and actually in a lot of the usage it was used specifically to describe relationships between heterosexual opposite-sex people who by all accounts should want to do it But either either. Don't have that desire or very often are intentionally suppressing that which kind of brings us back to what you were talking about. Decker with the chivalry. Love of the kind of feel. But i can't do that. So i'm suppressing it or maybe sublimating it into some other thing like loyalty to severe or jousting or jousting something putting homosexual. Listen we ended up exactly. Yeah i'm saying like we all know how that turned out like. She ended up kisumu. And yikes that that didn't end up. Well not that that has to happen for everyone. They could have remained friends and that was. That could've been it right in. i have to clarify. that tower. Went down in the nineteen ninety-five film. First night starring richard gere. Sean connery and julia. Ormond love her. That's that was their telling of the story. Yes not that. That actually happened late all right. Let's talk about this row. Quick plato never used the term platonic love or talked about it as such rather. The term is kind of grown out of this idea that the highest form of love is a love of divinity and for the conceptual ideas of the universe rather than just this interpersonal sexual love. That's kind of interesting. Because i do think i mean. I don't necessarily want to conflate it with like religion but when i hear people talking about religion or a higher being there like that comes. I like above even my love of my spouse or my kids for example. I don't know if that has anything to do with it but it's fascinating i mean if you're connected to me in a lot of cultures and schools of thought there is still this very sticky persistent idea of we put things connected to the body and the needs of the body at the bottom of the ladder and then we put things connected to the mind or are sunset or sensitive you know connection to the universe at the top of the ladder and that shows up everywhere from christianity to. I mean things even like the shockers right. It's like your route. Shaqra is like in your pelvis like right there. And that's like the lowest one versus your your crown. Shocker which is like your super spiritual and that's like your your highest one is that this is a theme that shows up a lot If you're doing a downward dog at becomes the highest your true true or if you're in an inversion there's a lot of position shocker becomes.
Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Of the complexity. So you can compete with the big guys. Learn more at cleo dot com slash spotify that's k. l. a. v. i. yo dot com slash spotify. Now back to the story when dna results for phyllis is monster. Come in experts. Tell her live on tv. That unlike the creature whore hey found nicaragua. This one isn't a dog with mange. it's a coyote now. Obviously this is a huge letdown. But just like jorges phyllis becomes convinced that the university's dna sequencing isn't telling the whole story and she vows to keep digging until she finds the truth. But while i support exploring all avenues. Plenty more so-called 'chupacabras have been dna tested. Since phyllis his encounter most turn out to be dogs or coyotes with mange some are disfigured raccoons or sho loza rare hairless breed of mexican dog. One in new mexico was just a big dead fish and if so many experts keep coming up with the same result. Don't you kind of have to take their word for it. At some point. I mean yes. Cover-ups definitely happened. If you've been listening to this show you know that. But it doesn't seem like the scientists are the ones who have motivations to lie. I mean look at mayor. Soto of canavan us. He made a name for himself by hunting. That you buy copra. It took him all the way to one of the world's biggest talkshows name recognition matters. When you're a politician and using the chew cobber platform. He ended up getting re elected many times as for phyllis canyon once. She called her beast. Chuka kabre sharded turning a profit. I'm talking eight grand a month on merchandise selling t shirts with tag lines like two thousand seven. The summer of the chew kabre and the most famous chubu cobra encounter of all madeline tolentino back in nineteen ninety five. Will people later discover that the description she gave her monster had a lot in common with killer alien in the hit. Nineteen ninety five film species. a movie. That madeleine went to see right before hurt you. Macabre citing am not saying madeline. Didn't see something weird but maybe her memory and imagination got the best of her and that started a twisted game of krypton telephone that traveled the world and made people rich and famous along the way. But all of that. That still doesn't answer the real question here. What was killing. All those animals in puerto rico. Farmers never found tracks or dna at any crime scene as i mentioned. Experts had a lot of far-reaching theories including feral cats dogs and escaped monkeys. They also proposed that mongooses might be the culprit which at first sounds just as farfetched as every other explanation. But with me mongoose is our furry mammals that can grow up to two feet tall and mostly feed on smaller. Birds insects reptiles and rodents. They aren't native to puerto rico but they were brought to the island in the nineteenth century to control the rat population in the nineteen nineties when the chew copper sightings began the rat population spite and intern. So did the mongo's population crypto zoologist. John downes had a theory once the rats were under control. This new horde of mongooses was left without a major food source. They were starving desperate and aggressive. Maybe even enough to attack creatures. They normally would never eat now. Mongooses aren't bloodsucker. So he doesn't explain why the animals were drained of blood but that's because they probably weren't drained just looked like it you might think that a punctured throat would cause a bloodbath but actually if the puncture wound happened. After the animals heart stopped pumping. There probably would be much bleeding. In all likelihood there was still a full amount of blood inside the animals bodies but since there were no autopsies no one ever saw it and yet to this day. People in puerto rico. Still believe that chubu cobber exists and the prevailing theory is. It's an alien somehow linked the us military. Even though the united states probably isn't running alien experiments in puerto rico. Islanders have plenty of reasons not to trust the government. Puerto ricans are us citizens. But they don't get any representation in the government. They can't even vote in federal elections relations with the mainland. Us were especially tents in the nineties around the time chubu cobber citing started and research shows that when people are feeling anxious and powerless. They're more likely to believe in conspiracy theories to explain their circumstances but while there are a lot of reasons to believe l. trooper cobber isn't real. Some believers aren't going to give up digging. After phyllis canyon was told her to picabo was a coyote. She went on to spend a thousand dollars for another. Dna test at uc davis and the results turned out to be different. This test said that hurts you. Picabo was only half coyote on its mother's side. The scientists thought it might be some type of mexican wolf on the father's side in other words was an unusual hybrid. And as phyllis said they said.
"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on The Read
"The black youth have been clearing it. A get their here. They're gonna stay katcha. That's all you can do. is try. Get good scrub so jalen. Any money specifically won this year's competition where the topic was resolved. The north atlantic treaty organization should substantially increase. Its defense commitments in the baltic states. Go we calling nato. Now i was like way to do with the lion. The wish show the wardrobe. Which one of these is involved because kalisa. I don't know what you're out in western. I don't know what i thought she was gonna say. But i was not expecting like a critique of nato and how this should be increasing their spending in the baltic states like that was not a fucking because we are mere plea biens that happened and try to. Nothing strives to no not being garbage spots. I feel like i have not even said the word baltics like the last time i played monopoly like that is not a term that just occurs naturally to me. You know like this. Is these girls on. I thought the level. I thought that baltic states were like some places that are like probably up north in really really cold. And that's when. I realized that i was just thinking of the nineteen ninety five film balto about his siberian husky. I mean what could be better encapsulate this show than that. Nothing so.
"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on Seattle Now
"Hey good morning. It's patricia murphy. It's friday this is seattle now. What a week. The weather is mercifully cooler and live. Music is back now. We just need to find enough people to load bags at the airport. And we'll be in business. We're packing up another week of summertime in seattle with kyw's genie yandell and writer performer. David schneider but first. Let's get you caught up to seattle. Police officers broke the law by trespassing at the us capitol in january and should be fired. That's according to a new report from the city's police watchdog. The office of police accountability investigated six. Pd officers after. They attended the stop. The steel rally in dc on january six two were captured on video standing in a restricted zone outside. The capitol as rioters broke through fence lines and fought with capitol police. Three other officers were cleared of wrongdoing. And there wasn't enough evidence to say either way on the sixth chief diaz now has thirty days to sign on disciplinary action to former city employees. Who sounded the alarm over mayor. Durkan's missing text. Messages are suing stacy erwin and kim ferraro filed whistleblower complaints after. They were told to hide the fact that the messages were missing. They later resigned. They say because of retaliation against them both are seeking five million dollars in damages. Meanwhile the city council is considering legislation to protect records officers from political influence and the state department of health is now attributing seventy eight deaths to last month's historic heat wave when seattle's temps hit a blistering one hundred eight degrees. The extreme heat also contributed to an uptick in er visits state. Do h says more than two thousand. People were seen for heat related issues between june twenty fifth and july. First for comparison. There were disseminate heat related deaths all of last summer. Well well well man. Do these holiday weeks feel long. Were what why is that. It's friday again in case you got lost my neighborhoods. Small arsenal of fireworks didn't exactly help me feel rested and ready to come back to work this week. They're still setting them off by the way. David schneider is here author performer. America's leading commentator on the nineteen ninety-five erotic dramas. Showgirls starring elizabeth berkley. He's at the triple door tonight. Dave it's hard to believe. But i work with people who have never heard of this piece of nc seventeen mastery. Can you explain showgirls. In one sentence. I'll do my best. It was a nineteen ninety. five film. Big budget would be blockbuster erotic drama about las vegas showgirl that landed with a wet thud. The critics hated it. People hated it disappeared. It was embarrassment but drag queens discovered it and then i saw it and realized it was the greatest accidental comedy of her. And it has the second life as a beautiful failure fantastic yup and jeannie. Yandell is back editor at k. u. o. w. and co host of battle tactics for your sexist workplace. The podcast cini. Where does the production of goddess at the stardust. casino rank among america's most sexist workplaces. Oh that's a wonderful question. I mean i know nomi walked in there. Knowing that it was a super sexist situation. I don't really think that kyle mclachlan character was like what we need. Is innovation what we like. I think there are probably other places that have bigger problems. That aren't really is out in the open as the production of goddess. Well if you haven't seen this masterwork show up at the triple door tonight and learn a little bit about it. From david sh- mater we have been lifting the pandemic restrictions and crawling back into the daylight here in washington. The big reopen was last week and now live. Music is back full mask. Optional spilled beer dark crowded room sweaty strangers. What more could you ask for really. This is a big moment. though for the city. We gotta be honest. We spent you know a good amount of time. Suppressing all of this energy genie. Do you think we're ready. I mean i can only speak for myself in. The army is no. It's it's. it's a big honking. No my spouse is a musician. They are starting to book shows. Yeah and like half an hour ago. They were like i could go to a show tonight at the tractor. Went up at the end like it was a question and they were both like okay. So they're certainly going to be out there. They've missed playing music a lot. I think i just wanna stay inside for a while longer. But that's just me. Nobody else has to do what i do. Dave you're performer. So i'm curious about how you're thinking about this. Are you ready for a live audience again. I'm definitely rehearsing a little harder. And just kind of like. There's this thing you control what you control so you can stay. Open to weirdness. And it's like i'm making a lot of room for weirdness of people as we thaw out after ovid because who knows we lake. I've done a little socializing and it was exhausting. I felt like kids first day at school. Like i had to take a nap afterwards. It's like too much information too much information. Because i was also a lockdown serious. Lock downer so. I got used to those days. Where like maybe half a thing happened was your day so then you go to a bar and a thousand things happen at once and all this information is flying at your brain and i kind of just like anita nap. But i was ready. My thing is like i got my vaccine. I believe in maxine. And i'm gonna use my vaccine. I think that's true. We have to be able to exercise our vaccine choice to build up the resilience for people again because it's very overwhelming out there. You know what i realized. I really missed eavesdropping on people's conversations. That i realize i am always doing that. I haven't been doing for this whole time. And now that i'm back out in the world more there's a lot to listen to. There is a lot to listen. I bet is a repetitive. Because we all went through the same situation well indoors is feeling a little too up close and personal summer music festivals are back sort of bumper. Shoot isn't happening organizers. Say they're still re racking that event but a new festival called day in day out is slated for labor day weekend at the seattle center two days one stage. That'd be fun. could be out there. Lawn chair. people are any of us extroverts on this call before time spent many hours at a musical festival. Like i'm i have. None of us are showing up for this. I would like to with the festival now. Like i like music lying on a bed in front of a fan listening to it on headphones. So but a festival would be like seeing your fellow man and so the the more thinking about bumper shoot and festivals like thinking like nineties bumper. Shoot could be really beautiful of just like that weird. The city just wanders around. There's maybe one big name to make all the local talent feel like hot poop but it's not sasquatch junior. It's more like oh my god we're having this magical thing at seattle center for a weekend. Yeah this one is billing itself as a highly curated.
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"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast
"For this film. So therein lies the plan that allows me to review. this film. Even spaulding directs the film. Gerry adams is credited with the screenplay mortal combat legends scorpius. Revenge is a film based on. The mortal kombat series of videogames created by ed boon and john tobias starting in nineteen ninety-two is produced by warner brothers home. Entertainment in coordination with ed boon as well as his nether realm studios it was released a digital streaming platforms on april twelfth. In two thousand twenty. And then it was followed by physical media on april twenty eighth and the film is directed and produced and written by those who specialize in the warner brothers animated features specifically for the dc comics superhero line of animated features. Jeremy adams was selected for the screenplay he was somebody that the warner team new was very much into martial arts. Fact is would roll during their meetings. Every time he mentioned another martial arts movie reference or namedrop cynthia rothrock he seemed the perfect person for the job. He's also huge fan of science fiction and horror movies and he was very very familiar with the mortal combat. Videogames adams drew from his experience and being a father and knowing that he would do anything to avenge anybody who dared harm his children. His plot with scorpion was going to be like mystical version of the liam neeson film taken and the worked hard to provide as many call backs to the mortal kombat games as they could within the short framework to try to give fans exactly what they thought. They want it now. Unlike prior efforts where the story was mostly told from the perspective of liu kang this feature was going to provide the point of view. And the origin of scorpion. Who happened to be favorite character among fans of the video game series since his debut in the nineteen ninety-two original now. It's the first animated effort for the mortal combat property since the nineteen ninety five to ninety six run of mortal kombat defenders of the realm on television and it was announced to be a production early in twenty nineteen but a separate universe from the james won- produced live action version also in development which will cover on the next episode now unlike prior adaptations scorpions. Revenge gifts fans something that they've always wanted any mortal kombat feature graphic violence. There is no shortage of blood. Decapitations dismemberment despite minutes impalement. quartering 's disembowelling simi's limbs being pulled off in his fell. We get the x ray vision very similar to what's depicted in the recent entries of the video games for mortal combat. We peer inside the victim's bodies to show every ligament tearing every hinden detaching bones shattered their pulled out of sockets the victim scream in horror for our entertainment. I presume the screenwriter. Jeremy adams he compared this technique to the sonny chiba film from nineteen. Seventy four called the streetfighter and in that film when somebody would get kicked in the head that would be an x-ray displaying the targets neck breaking as violent as adams thought he was writing it. He was ultimately unprepared for just. How graphic the art department was willing to go with. This concept was taken aback by the gruesome -ness of the presentation. Ed boon served as a creative consultant for this animated feature as the game the premise centers around a tournament to the death between the skilled martial artists from earth realm and those of the alternate dimension donors out world fans of the i four mortal kombat games as well as the nineteen ninety five film and it's animated prequel. Whoa combat the journey begins. They're going to find the story. Elements be quite familiar but this animated feature is not going to be like those efforts. Pg thirteen this is determined to get as graphic as the video games themselves in terms of blood and guts spilling with every major blow or slice to the body the storyline that that familiar storyline to those who played the game or the seen. The original films is much less jokey but it does let johnny provide the comic relief for the film. The only thing that really expands from those earlier efforts is that there's more backstory to the character of scorpion and it's much more violent in terms of its content than those original features and this one features. A man named hans hisashi a ninja of a sort who vows revenge as an undead warrior on sub zero and lynn way who wipe out those people including his young son. Humboldt italy torturous underworld known as nether realm as scorpion. Scorpio resurrected with raith like demonic powers bestowed by the dark sorcerer quantity in exchange for his loyalty the theft of the mystical key. That will free the elder god known as chinook and representation in the ones in generation tournament. Run by the evil shank sung the mortal kombat tournament. That we all know. Meanwhile the thunder. God lord raden. He's gathering a group of mortal human fighters to take on these high powered warriors as nether. Realm is going to take dominion over earth realm if they win their tenth straight tournament and this year's crop is a shaolin monk named luke gang a special forces operative name sonya blade and the action movie superstar johnny cage and their opponents are going to be the aforementioned scorpion plus guerrero the mob bosnian keno and subzero the former host of. Tv's the soup as well as community. Joel mchale dexter star jennifer carpenter. They provide the voices for johnny cage and sonya blade respectively. Mikhail does embody the egotism of johnny cage. Very well improvising adding a lot more humor to his dialogue. In fact he improvised so well that when mikhail started doing his lines the producer. Rick morales told jeremy adams to give more lines of dialog for johnny cage. Now mikhail suspect that there's going to be a lot of discarded fart jokes that he tried to throw in here in the special features of the blu ray. Of course that did not necessarily come to be. But i'm sure he dried morales decided also have the character designers look to comic book art for their inspiration specifically from artists. Like marc silvestri. And sean murphy jennifer carpenter or she gives appropriate toughness inner voice for sonya blade which adams wrote specifically with her in mind adams happened to be a huge fan of dexter. He really thought her persona within. That show fit the nature of a strong woman. Navigating within a world of alpha men. Kevin michael richardson as i mentioned earlier. He voice the animatronic version of goro. In the nineteen ninety-five movie. He's returning here to voice his animated counterpart and patrick sites continues to provide the voice of scorpion as he has done in the video games. Since two thousand eighths mortal kombat vs dc universe. Now sites did not have a wife or children to drawn for his rate but he channeled his his angst through daily grievances. Simply of living in los angeles steve bloom also came into voice behind subzero in mortal kombat and mortal kombat eleven returns here now the intro of scorpions revenge features. The wb logo has daffy duck in it. In in a surprise the shield of for warner brothers opens a door and then we see scorpion grabbing daffy by the napkin shouting his trademark line. Get over here and pulling daffy in with him now. The original idea for that came from producer. Rick morales whose original concept was that scorpion. Would pull them in with his kunai but that was deemed a little too little too inappropriate to do with the kid friendly mascot daffy duck despite the heart levels of graphic violence throughout the rest of the feature the film. As far as how i judge it. It really is going to depend on what you're expecting going in if you're just if you've been long-awaiting mortal kombat feature that was going to do justice to the video games in terms of its graphic violence. You're going to get that here. Maybe you'll be more enamored with it. But i do think that the film does grow cramped and unfocused by trying to jam in the original motor conduct characters and then showcasing. The tournament aspect has been covered in prior entries. It's very redundant to what you've seen before. We'll give him some slack because it's been quite a while since we've seen another mortal kombat movie so if you are not as familiar with the original films maybe you'll get a little bit more out of it here and character development though is pretty scant in this film. It's only eighty minutes long. So that's going to disengage. Some viewers who are not intimately familiar with the lore lingo the personalities from the series. Already going into this film and it does linger very long on those pornographic levels of violence. And in my opinion it does come at the expense of its storytelling and that makes scorpions. Revenge fall somewhat. Short of being what i would consider to be an excellent film for anybody who is not already in avowed fan of the series that has been waiting decades for somebody to finally adapt the game into a movie that was every bit is ultra violent games. No saving these characters for sequels. You know maybe that might have worked better. You're taking a gamble. Here that is going to be a sequel though. So that would have allowed a fleshed out main story instead of this scattershot approach of shoe horning in characters and signature elements just for the sake of putting them in now. Larry kaslow the producer of nineteen nineties. Mortal kombat films. He did not depict m. rated fatalities because he recognized that what was novel in the video. Game industry mortal combat at the time. It's violence was very novel for its period. That is pass a in the medium of films ripping out another person's spine while that may never have been done in a video game before you've seen throughout the whole nineteen eighties freddy krueger. jason voorhees. dismember horny teenagers for like over a decade in a similar fashion. So in a movie form it doesn't have that unique appeal pornographic displays of violence. Obviously that's going to save the games fans were ecstatic to see a version of mortar combat. That reflects the game but for those who don't play the game. It's going to seem like the kind of movie. Mel gibson might make if he were trying to direct an animated martial arts feature too padded with violence at the expense of the stories focus or the depth of the characters and also not working in its favor is that honda's story arc. It gets pushed aside at some point in this film. To make way. For the earth round fighters and the combat tournament and adapt dissipates the momentum to cater more to what fans are expecting to see instead of servicing. What it takes to make a compelling narrative from beginning to end so it does fall short there the nature of the film's ending does leave major story threads still hanging in that implies. That warner brothers intends to continue these animated features with other characters presumably so long as there's interest among the fans now as far as my great for this film. Well i'm of two minds about it. As i mentioned it does deliver the goods. That fans are going to be expecting but it doesn't really do a lot for people who don't come in intimately familiar with the premise story. The characters can you watch film and be as excited about it as somebody. Who's a fan. Probably not. I do think that you have to carry at least some love for this property going into it to really feel like this is an excellent film. It's okay it's it's got its moments. Animation is good. The voice cast here is good. Good choreography of fighting. All of that stuff is in there but for me it just falls short of being something. I could recommend to most people. And that's why. I can only give it to ask stars out of four two and a half stars. Mice keo meas. I do think that it had the tools to have the talent to be something more. Something better something. I recommend to less of the hardcore fan base. But i think the story is just a little too convoluted it concentrates. Too much on stuff. That's not scorpion. And ultimately i do think that as much as violence does reflect what you would get. In the video games it is extremely gratuitous in terms of the story. it's just dare to try to emulate the games if the games didn't have this level of violence. This film would never have had this level of violence and so therefore. I don't think it services the narrative and when you're not servicing the narrative you're not really doing good storytelling by that point. So i would rather play the video game and get those levels of violence in to watch a movie that just trying to emulate the video game personally so to stars is the best i can give waldo combat legends scorpions revenge now for next week i am going to move forward a year to talk about mortal kombat from twenty twenty one. I'll also discuss before. I get to that review kinda it did for mortal kombat devastation. I will talk about the history of how it eventually came to be in twenty twenty one and that will cover stuff. That happened early. Other attempts to do a reboot that didn't quite get off the ground and that will be on the next episode. So i hope you'll tune in then if you have your own thoughts as far as mortal kombat legend scorpions revenge or if you just want to say something about the mortal combat property in general you can write to me. Confine my contact information out by website. Webster dot net is where to go q. W. i p. s. t. e. r. dot net and until next time. Thank you so much for joining me. On this journey to the nineties and beyond..
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"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on The Qwipster Film Review Podcast
"Beyond the only stipulation for films that are not in the nineteen ninety s that are more recent is that they in some form or fashion tie into those films that came out in the eighties or nineties. Well i did three films from the mortal kombat universe. We're gonna continue on today with a film called mortal kombat legends scorpions revenge and it came out in twenty twenty but before that i do wanna get into what happened to be. Mortal kombat franchise after annihilation didn't do so well in nineteen ninety seven despite the critical and also the financial disappointment of that. Nineteen ninety-seven film annihilation there. We're still plans made by producer. Larry kaslow for a third mortal kombat film khazanov work the story idea for the next adventure concurrently while he was working on the syndicated nine hundred ninety eight. Tv show called kombat conquest and has knobs company threshold entertainment. Their creative team was still reeling from the major mistakes that they had made. Or at least somebody had made with. Annihilation the screenwriters brent. V friedman bryce zabel. They vowed they were not going to return for anymore. Mortal combat although freeman did begrudgingly credited assist for his friend khazanov for the pilot for mortal kombat conquest tv series to get it picked up and well as kind of lay out the blueprint for the season ahead. Khazanov blamed annihilation failures squarely on new line. Cinema claimed that they released the film before it was complete. And that's why it did not do well for the next entry castoff decided that patients was going to be virtue especially since in the year. Two thousand thresholds contract with new line. Liz set to expire. And he would regain full creative freedom kaslow. He determined he was not going to rush this time. He was gonna make sure all was ready to go before shopping. His next film idea to other studios and kaslow did mull over several potential storylines intended at the third film with mainly build on the events from the first film. They would try to avoid any over allusions to annihilation some illusions. We're going to be unavoidable. He wanted to bring back johnny cage for the third film if you saw an isolation you know he died at the beginning of that but he did wanna rope in the fan favorite actor linden ashby to return as johnny cage also wanted a return of christopher lambert into the role of raden. And at this time it was pushed that kwan chee would be slotted to be the main nemesis for the third entry in two thousand and one drew me queenie. Bikini was working for the movie related website at that time. Ain't cool news. He and his writing partner. Scott swan were officially commissioned to draft screenplay for the third film the working title mortal kombat three their early draft concentrate on the character of sub zero not the original subzero. The brother of the one that we saw in nineteen ninety. Five film mortal kombat tells zero to look for a champion for earth round to compete in the next mortal kombat tournament held in nether realm eventually determined that sonya blade and jacks will be representatives of earth realm learning from the mistakes of an isolation the mcqueen and swan story. It didn't inject every major game character as an island and tried to do and it would introduce a few new ones. The climax featured sonia going against a resurrected johnny cage. Sonya would free johnny seoul after. She defeated him in the arena. Subzero also has to battle against his dead brother. Here called subzero. Prime ultimately become the champion of earth realm issues concerning threshold entertainment. Legal rights to continue the franchise soon plagued the production from further continuing until they were resolved in late. Two thousand three linden. Ashby he had publicly mentioned during this period that he had read the mortal kombat three script any deemed and john cage was going to be back. Christopher lambert also publicly acknowledged that he was going to return however the mcqueen swan script never really got the green light and elements of their story would get revised and find their way into video games. Specially two thousand mortal kombat deadly alliance. Now it's claimed that the original mortal kombat director paul w s anderson. He was being courted to return to the series but he abandoned the project except to stay on a producer. He was also going to abandon resident evil apocalypse because he wanted to helm. Adp alien versus predator in two thousand and four nafta that the rumor mill heated up with reports that lambert had secured the interest of director russell. Mckay he who he had worked with for the first two highlander films as well as the nineteen ninety nine horror flick called resurrection. And at this time the working title would officially change to mortal kombat devastation. Further rumors came out. That devastation was set to film in australia as well as parts of china by the end of two thousand. Four them okay. He was going to direct. Also the fourth film in the series called mortal kombat warzone and the events of that film. We're going to continue immediately after the conclusion of devastation. Bud the china. Australia shoot never occurred moltke. He left thailand. He left for another project to direct mysterious island for. Tv's hallmark channel. In two thousand five. They decided they were going to try it again. They were going to secure locations. In new orleans veteran music video director christopher morrison who went by the name of mink all lower case m. i. n. k. For his credits. He was attached at this point. Meeks prior credits included the two thousand four actioner featuring busta rhymes called full clip and a two thousand and five steven seagal fleet called into the sun now. In addition to ashby lambert talks were also motion to return the other main actors. Robin shoe till lisa. Soto chris qasim asset and sandra hess who took over the role of sonya blade in annihilation. They had some alternates in case she didn't want to come back. Mink claimed that his version was not going to be a sequel to any of the prior films. It was going to be more of a rian. Visiting kind of like batman begins but with many of the original actors returning to the roles that people like them in however those plans also were scrapped in the aftermath of hurricane katrina damage in august of two thousand five to the production sites as well as the evaporation of subsequent financing for the film. A few minutes later universal studios considered financing but during the delay. The script continued to undergo major revisions. It would incorporate elements of the upcoming game mortal kombat armageddon. The plot would involve fujin the god of wind who becomes the new protector of earth realm when his older brother raden a to become an elder god. Now these revisions were done by. Larry khazanov sean catherine derek. Along with a staff of other writers would just go back and forth. It would be sent to midway. So that boone could look over the script revisions and then return them with notes of advice and during this period lionsgate was the studio. That was heading the reimagining the also had script approval along with some of the financier. So each party would read the latest revision. They would supply notes. It would head back to the writers to revise and they would go through the process all over again and hopefully ultimately all of the parties would eventually sign on. Once everybody was content. They would go through casting the film again but a process really dragged on for several additional years further throwing the third films viability dow. Was that the manufacturer of the mortal kombat games was filing for bankruptcy in two thousand nine midway's assets including the rights to their video game properties were sold to warner brothers for thirty three million dollars. Now this brought a lawsuit. By larry kaslow because he claimed that the value of the mortal combat property itself mostly came from his promotional efforts over the years through his movies. Although warner acquired those movies when they merged with new line sentiment two thousand eight his cartoons merchandise he should retain the rights. Everything mortal combat. Outside of the games the lawsuit would eventually be settled out of court each side signing a nondisclosure agreement as to what they got into the film. And that's where we leave. Bordeaux combat devastation. Now there were efforts to reboot the mortal kombat franchise shortly.
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"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Yeah absolutely I yeah. I think i think nine hundred five king is my favorite. If we're doing any drafting right now. Nineteen ninety-five is winning so far bonking all the points. Oh absolutely But yeah he. He's got that nobleness about him. And i think it played very well in the nineteen ninety five version because you had the characters being very distinct so you could. You could imagine how they would play off each other. So he didn't come off as so fractious. Because you had the balancing flavors of johnny cage's willa sonya blade right Let's move onto. Johnny cage played by linden ashby. And then we have chris conrad and annihilation. Joe maceio In scorpions avenge. And i don't believe he's in the twenty twenty one vision. No tease of the end of the twenty two and then So how did you feel about the nineteen ninety five. John cage thing care for him because i felt like the story revolved rightly sore on lee. Hang and wanted it to be that so any other character. They always just a bonus ball. If i had to pick a favorite it would be and skopje's revenge. I think that was the best portrayal of johnny cage today. Yeah absolutely and we love. Joe mchale with his. Hi buck crap. Yeah i find in almost all of these films that we've watched. There's always a transfer of one particular character baying the comic relief and unfortunately when you're going with bailey dimension comic relief means one liners and johnny cage. Was that in one thousand nine hundred five like i could have done without him I didn't even find it. Satisfying funny when. He fell with his For design of luggage off the boat when they first get to the island i just. I didn't careful johnny cage. But then i also knew that was the sort of character that he was as well what i did like about it though was at least he could fight so at least he gets. Some sort of credence is somewhere right. Yeah true speaking about credence is. Let's talk about shang song. Play by who you gonna. We have archive footage and annihilation butler in scope and chin-han in the two thousand twenty one version. How did you feel about shang song in the ninety nine vision i feel accused defeated a bit too easily. Oh absolutely a regardless of lee can being you know one of the best of luck. He brings a lot more to the table. And that's why he's the rajon mansion shao kahn. You know he wouldn't speak some some jingling idiot and that's all i thank you sort of portrayed as in this that we know his powers from the game play at not coming into this movie fresh with know everything about these characters to some extent some are some are going well for my perspective and that's why it's called for your reference mate and and to me as like i expected more from him not to be defeated. I easily but we did get some moments was calling for. Because when i was watching this i was thinking all men. Are we going to get to see. Louis can do some of the stuff that we know he can do. Now we go those moments. I'll wait to easily baugh shagman. He's his just his batas he. He's supposed to be bad ass where told he's bad as point you to one of the final scenes in the nineteen ninety five film way talks about capturing a thousand souls and there were like five the focus on bringing me out be like. Where is everyone else supposed to be. This.
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"nineteen ninety five film" Discussed on For Your Reference
"Tournament. So he says it's like i would love to help you move how skies. I'm just so busy right now. When your kids stop it from choosing rating because of just so it was just too powerful. Applying was cheap for anyone trying to use them. It's not fair. His move list super simple and it just botched the faucet like really really badly but he's super overpowered We don't get to see him because he's guard much or at least he doesn't interfere so it's up now. We saw him. Well yeah what is dramatic walking down the way with his hat reveal in terms of him fighting or doing anything like that. I think it's not until militia gets some combat with shell. The this movie while rate is just one of those characters where you're like you know his there by khandu march to help mend yet accept it because the law says up. I don't accept acknowledge him as my one and only rate and who's your favorite rate and across all of the films are we hit. Christopher lambert in the nineteen ninety-five we had james. Raymond an isolation. We have dave mitchell in scorpions. Revenge and tattenham louisana in the two thousand twenty. One who's your favorite rate and to dave from copious revenge because he acted more luxury than i remember. Yeah yeah okay. I absolutely agree Yeah let's continue onto the characters 'cause and was fucking useless He wasn't useless. that's what made him useless. I think was the point arguably at least for the first nine hundred ninety. five film. lukin was the nolan protagonist. Played by robin shoe. How did you feel about his character. I'll all lovely. He is yeah him as a character but in the nineteen ninety five film. How did you feel about him. Really good job. I think is such an artist is such as lack. A lot of the moves came off like quite jenin. Lucky to get shots of either bid. Sonia guitar fighting and his looks a bit underwhelming waffly. There's a reason why they brought him back in relation. He will i to me. It had a chance to come back. He was just nice. And we'll give you the option. Go to hard luke. How to come back because i think he did a really good job i think he was the early real opportunity for emotional resonance in the nineteen ninety-five film Not not to say that it went beyond the surface but if there was any sort of emotion to be injected in this film. It would've been loo kings character with his brother. The have the iconic. Your soul is mine gift. That goes around. Finally i understand a reference but as we know i referenced. Friends without ever having to watch a writer t- Who would be your favorite king and on a leash elite guy. But he didn't really get much to do in in annihilation. Wheels have jordan rodriguez in scorpions. Revenge as well as ludi lin A which i believe. he's an up and comer and will continue to be on our screens in the two thousand. Twenty one vision. Yeah the scorpion. Revenge louis can just rubbed me in a weird way. I guess that's how he looks in. Scorpions is which kind of year accurate. Like if he's not the head of the stories kind of that whiny kit on the side..
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"But you've also got that not necessarily campinas but you have that reprieve that comic relief And that sorta goofiness. That's channel mostly through johnny cage in this nineteen ninety five film and i was absolutely here for it. It was fine the way the beat will drop in. You have the shouting of the mortal combat. I liked that it continued throughout the whole film. I can see why People talk about the cg because it's fucking atrocious. Like i get that and you know. Titanic was around the same time but also a obviously didn't have the same budget but also it doesn't bother me like it doesn't bother me. The cg's bad the cg's bad like Reference the first harry potter when he's on top of the troll But also for the same time if the cg was good that doesn't impress me either. And i guess that's where we'll come to the twenty twenty one version. So i guess from that point of view. It wasn't a barrier for me not to enjoy the nineteen ninety five film. I absolutely loved it. I think the jails are bad. Luck think heels. Fine. it's great it delivered. What he wanted like lord people next to me. It just brought back memories and seeing people like sub zero scorpion dana moves. We got a lot of get over here scorpion. Which was amazing. It was also very accessible. 'cause play because you know in in the twenty s now you have to have the actual costume from the inspiration right but back then you just get yourself to blue quantum put it would be allowing cloth and you find right All but i. I absolutely love this film. It also spots my love affair with raden Which i think will be quite interesting as we go into characters. I want you to mention for each of the characters that we go through. Which one was your favorite of the four films that we're covering today so let's let's dive into it. Let's talk about law. Raden i now You know when. I was watching lord of the rings. I got bothered with gandalf because he is the omniscient right. He so powerful but he fucking disappeared whenever anything was important. It's like when you play kingdom hots and doubt donald and goofy with disappeasr. I'm with the yeah absolutely so i now appreciate gandalf. Note being around because he will turn into rate in all of these films where he's always around. He's very powerful. Any doesn't fucking do anything but granted unlike unlike gondal rated is restricted for interfering from the.