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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Contenders. Yeah it's almost contingent on saturday because you know where you're going to get out of ige wine. If sally wayne has opportunities in the box more often he's going to finish them plasma. We still have something in those legs. But the one who's really not shown us that level is sort of at least this season and he's probably been the biggest question mark fulfilled so if he can change he's been this season maybe outside chance but man you're nothing is one in august inner. Miami aren't the bad then. Who is because they've been bad for like seventy five percent of shows. Let's see it is la fcc you love this. Who lost san jose to one over the weekend. That is now five in a row without a win for carlos. Vela bob bradley and company hurt. Do still have faith in la se earlier in the season. We could write it off. They don't have carlos davila. Well now they got those back and things have not exactly turned around now but it's not just that they haven't exactly turned around. It's how they've not exactly turned around and who they're losing to a dropping points to you. Drop points vancouver. Not a very good team san jose not a very good team. You let portland on the road. I mean steel points for the ninety third minute you let minnesota at home in the ninety fifth minute savvy. You were there still points from you at the bank of california. It's the way you're losing these points. It's the way you're performing at the beginning of the season. You could've said god knows diego rossi. No not on the field you can say. Brian rhodesia's his situation. What it's one after the other and usually when this no-balls into this effect something's going on now. Do they think they're smarter than they are. We're just need to move the pieces year. Which do that we're sending players away. What's going on. I don't know but something's going on in los angeles and it's not the galaxy we're talking about l. Afc and that's surprising. Little too much movement when it comes to this roster midseason for me to be really comfortable and say i've got faith in l. Afc move corey bear. They knew mark. Anthony k those two. I mean certainly with k. A really really big piece of kind of who they are in in the past. Maybe they're trying to get in the goalkeeper position. The goalkeeper's always been an issue. Eddie cigarettes out for the season now with an acl. That doesn't exactly help them in a position of intense need indefens- sebastian to beyond as a player that probably going to bring in from new york city. Sc he could maybe be a replacement for death on that back line but the player we really have to wait on is the player. They're going to bring it on. Tam money from columbia. Christiaan around can't pretend to know too much about him. He's played from your nadia. But he's the guy hurt if he hits and hits quick then i think l. Afc could save this season. I think that's just a huge ask per player.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Especially in circles down south in mexico when they talk about mls marketing. How well they do things. How much of a spectacle or. I should say yes it can be. Mls cup all that stuff. What make his doesn't do. So now you have a chance to participate. And i actually think some of these players. Somebody's fans are really going to like what they see and they're gonna start adopting some of these things fair enough. That's all star skills challenge then set for august twenty four. Let's running back picking a major league soccer. we're gonna give you the top five goals of the season. So far herk. We start with fanin game winner against the vancouver whitecaps for the los angeles galaxy. Okay production. let's see what you guys have a good goal. That's a good goal. You know what makes this a good goal. Watch the touch and then the sentence finish. It's a quick half step when he touches it same but finishes off left foot right into the top corner. It's a very good finish simple math here. Ninety plus the cincinnati defense walls four. Yeah but takes him for a ride. I mean orlando's got disneyworld. I don't know if that rides in disney. Look one spin them to spend again. Oh my goodness number. Seven for nashville because That hurts cincinnati. You can't even get the teams. I suspect i'm sorry. Noni all over the highlights this season. We saw his personal top five on the last episode of football. America's number. three jacob ghazni's philadelphia union. Can you hit a ball better. Why is this. What is the production doing. How was this number one. Nine number one. If there are two goals that are better than jacob blessedness in the ninety third minute a thirty five forty yard bomb on chirp got beneath the crossbar in. Pick it out of your net practices on. If they're better goals in this. I quit about braggers. Was your boy. What happened shots number. Two joel paolo seattle against minnesota united. Okay this is a good goal but it's not number two. It's a good piece of technique is not number two. I love what. But i see lehto gel. Follow for the seattle sounders. Who by the way rack minnesota. This just gave him the business good goal. But it's not better jacob blessedness. This might make you so happy right. Seattle goal that comes against minnesota. And your boy adrian. He just the perfect combination number one rubio rabin of our s. l. You've seen this before the bike. How is this okay. The producers that show squint glenn at hearts. There should be no reason number one. How is quinn sullivan was his bike. Not in the top by. What are what's going on. Everybody's scores goals against san jose. Rubio is really going to be number one quinn sullivan di digit journeyman. Big did you dirty. You're scoring bikes. Seventeen years of age and political mobile being in this came up but throw in so rubio rabin our number one goal of the.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"And that's why. I'm kind of worried about chris. Hemsworth hey man. You died in cabinet in the woods pretty early and then he died in this movie I don't know. I don't know where you're headed after this. Hopefully remake of roadhouse neutering him and in the swayze role. I think he's actually supposed to be hulk. Hogan i believe yes yes. Yeah that'll be interesting. I have no faith in it but it'll be interesting. Yeah so then they just leave daryl in the woods which is choice but they don't try and take it out of them so they leave him and jeffrey dean morgan's team has a helicopter and going back to the free america but delivery in stay back the train more wolverines and we see them attack a base with the military guns vehicles as captives john wolford and we cut out of it and that's the end of the movie and that's the end of red dawn the final battle. We've been waiting the whole movie. See we don't get yeah. It's it's a very mediocre movie overall began. It's the action scenes aren't a lot of fun. They're they're really all over the place editing wise. There's nothing more uninteresting than a gun. Fight to be honest with you. Yeah yeah especially. I think you can have some like sometimes. The bond movies will have interesting gunfights. 'cause there'll be some good choreography in there but yeah unless you're in like a big battle. Gunfight is three ten to yuma. I was the final one right. But they're trying to get to the train. Yeah that that was cool. Ruminating john wick fans the john has. He does so much more than just gunfight. I'll preface by saying. I just think they are dull. Yeah and most of the time. If they're well-designed while stage. I give credit for that but a lot of times. It's just two people hiding somewhere shooting at each other. Just trading shots Yeah yeah it's something. The fill the time really loud and obnoxious and just goes on for way too. Long a to mark's point with john. I we were watching it over the weekend. And like he's using swords and knives and he's very creative even with the guns. He's like fighting people with the gun. You know jerk and like the matrix matrix has agreed gunfire scene but it's more than just a gunfight scene right there yeah and that was like groundbreaking stuff for gunfights at that time you know. Yeah they're done. Fights can be done well sure but it rarely are yeah. They're they're very easy their simple. That's the other it was fine. I think the five on. I'm is pretty pretty accurate i fat. That's at six but yeah it wasn't as bad as i thought it was going to be staying home but it wasn't particularly interesting now. I found myself just kind of waiting for it to end. I was glad it was only ninety. Three minutes yeah. Yeah that's always good with these kind of movies. Yeah i was surprised again just a lot of mediocrity all around. That's that's how i would describe the movie mediocre. You know i gotta go back and watch the. I have to watch the original. I see how it measures up. Do you want the cast list for that movie dan..

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Victor webster was the star of mutiny. X which is i think a fake x men. Tv show from canada. Twenty years ago it was the x. Men tv show until marvel said. I'm going to sue you because you don't have the rights to an x men. Tv show fox and so they just named mutant accent changes to character names and went away. How appropriate a fake x men is now in this state romero movie but okay. Everyone gets on the chopper and gets away. And that's pretty much it. i don't again. i'm left questioning about. I guess no one died from overdoses of their implants. But what's going to happen with them. Mortality. and and what have you. I guess that got left in the basement right. Like when hancock got gunned down the people that killed them had no idea the value of what he was holding they left. Yeah because the military firebombs the building and then we get that scene says ninety three minutes later And apparently the sub basement is immune to firebombing as it's merely dark and wet but not burn to crisps and there's bodies all around and somewhere down there handcock is he's running around and they just shoot him. They don't know who he is. They said they're gonna come back for the body later. They just shoot him now. Matter of fact they said somebody will eat them so they're not even concerned about him or what he had so if there is to be a follow up to this movie i suppose that could be a plotline. They pick up on. Is that the cure to all. This is somewhere in a basement hallway of the quarantine zone or in the belly of zombie and good luck finding that While there's no dead rising three but justin stewart director manned. Dead rising and game justin. You know this one did feel a little more competent. At least in the way it was made in the way it looked it has a shorter runtime. But then to the day i just. I didn't have any fun with this one. At least the last time around. I know rob riggle was there and he didn't over perform and didn't add much. I did like that idea of cutting back and forth from the events to people reporting on the events. I kind of wish they would have brought that trope back in somehow not necessarily even bringing back rob riggle and that set they could have done something else to show us the difference between what was going on on the inside and on the outside and how is being reported so that being missing made this feel like a different movie and without data element. It just felt like a zombie movie. Zombie movie in two thousand sixteen in a in a world where we really have to walking dead shows on every week and we've had a myriad of other zombie movies and this one is just not doing anything with that. There's nothing here for zombie fan to latch onto zombie. Land comes round twisted a little bit and says hey can be funny and still be scary. This one is just fallen back into zombies. And here's a plot. You can kind of maybe understand so just have fun watching it because it really kinda just drops the idea this being based on a video game you know i mean we get a few things here and there but the last movie they were throwing nice little things on screen to remind us of the game you know we had. The mega man bought helmet. We had the drinking the oranges. We had the creating of weapons and here it just. It feels like an average made for tv zombie movie. So if i was gonna watch one of them again it would be the first one. And that time i recommended it slightly to fans of the video game series. I can't even do that for this one if you're a fan of the game series. I don't think there's much here for you. So this one is not recommend for me stewart. Yeah it's dead sinking. This is going in the wrong direction. This is worse than the movie last week. Even though there have been some cosmetic improvements in the end the overall entertainment value is sinking. And why because there are too many characters too much conspiratorial plotting not enough fun action with homemade weapons thirty minutes shorter and yet it feels like an eternity to sit for just fun. Deficient as you point out. I the film making this director like nobody seems to get how to tell zombie. And so it's just incredibly frustrating that Yeah no one understands how the tell laugh in dead. Rising to my biggest compliment is that it's still better than some that we've seen in this video game and when you think about video games zombie movies. It has passed the bar right barely. But i feel like a house of the dead and some of those that he made. Were just so unprofessional. This one treads water above it. Maybe on the level of house of the dead two but not quite. How should the debt but even house of the dead two is nowhere where you wanna be and so. That's a strong iraq of it house of the dead one better because it had like the spinning cameras stuff. Would you might have thought so. And the last movie. I kind of thought if you were non discerning and you just wanted to watch zombie movie. I mean i've been there. I watched zombie strippers. I watch zombie. Ver- you know. I understand that impulse. This is better than those but yeah they have strippers and beavers. Like where is that in this movie. We get some zombie in a wedding dress. That's it then. I'll tell you the last movie. Is you know better than peel. But this one. I came in and i looked at wicky just to see who is in this and i just saw the line that i said this is so much better than the last one and my hopes came in high like the last one was almost to recommend and this was so much better. Please yes give me the movie. I can recommend sorry i jan. You're dead wrong. Dead wrong endgame. This could be better if it wasn't so confusing. I think that there are the bones here of a good movie. And maybe it was just because it was rushed. Maybe it's because they're like we want one out next year and we've announced this three months after the first one came out you have six months to write. Produce cast direct edit and release this movie and it just comes out like this whereas as you say stewart so many redundant characters one rewrite and you consolidate that. That's what you do in a rewrite as you look and see. Okay what characters. We have doing the same thing. Let's just merge those and pair it down. So it's an understandable crew of dispirit personalities. And here it is really tricky to keep track of. Who's on screen. And why is anyone doing. What y does general allstate wanna kill one. Point five million. Why does billy's ain't thinking. He has a cure for immortality with zombies. Why why why am i watching this. It's a not recommend. It isn't in game it is the end. That's what i recommend. I recommend that you end this crackle not going to happen again. The plan was this would launch a weekly tv series on crackle that still says it's in pre but that feels like a pipe dream. Right jesse metcalfe is doing hallmark shows now like everyone has moved on continuum has been canceled. I just don't see that. This talent air quotes around. That is going to come back five years later to do a tv series continuation for a movie. No one likes. Well keep in mind. There was tremors the series many years after that movie. But also i had to look to see if crackle itself was cancelled. I'm like is crackle still on the air. It is but i didn't. I wouldn't have believed it. I've never heard of it. I mean i think this particular film franchises done. But i don't think the video game franchises. I know there. There were plans for fifth game. Capcom closed down their canadian developer development house. It was working on this stuff but it still one of capcom biggest known games. It's up there with resident. Evil an streetfighter. So this franchise may rise again. I mean. I don't think it's going to be the next year or two but we may come back to this in five six seven years. Yeah it's always the threat right every time you killed it. It's like a true horror movie fashion..

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on Around the NFL

"That's my goal. That's music is this right crashed the browns crush the beer cans and like dump them over my head. You know i've been known to do that. Well you know some things are best left. Mystery shook his back about that. Nick i was thinking What did freddie kitchens do. I know we're going to have to get some drinks inside of shook some time just to get on to get inside that that chiseled body shook i was thinking you are a rising star with. Nfl media see you on network now. Allot your football. Writing is top notch. you're you have a striking appearance because of your well built physique and your bald head and you're fairly symmetrical face. There's a lot of things going for you right now. Nick but we need now is the put together the magical we need to put together some morris and magical is but i had a few project ideas some And you can take this. Ip and run with the run with it and then of course if it takes off you could just give me a producer credit. And i'll stay out of it on the creative end. But maybe i just get a paycheck. Knicks shook. And that's kinda just you on various personal domestic global affairs that concern you. Yeah i like that idea. I get that a lot of people think they're really clever. When when i'm like wow i say i'm in a social setting and i say wow and they go. Oh would that dumb would that make you perhaps shook sugar. I was gonna say it was not the first time that you've gotten that as a potential programming idea or pat them on the back. And you know what. I've never heard that my life before. Thank you back teflon dan. What got it yeah. How about yeah. It's just the start about knicks. Shook me all night long. And that's a sex and relationship. Podcast that one would Would take off on a different podcast network. I think it would be dangerous. But in a good way and then finally I just got shook golan nick. On earthquakes and other seismic activities. I have experienced a few months living in. La in we even had one here in the cleveland area. A couple summers ago. That was so small. You couldn't even feel it but the new soldier about it for five days because it's so rare that is a nice sort of breaking news element to it as well where people would say you know. We felt something in the middle of the night. You know where to go. You go to where you have to suddenly start a earthquake oriented podcast three twelve. Am i like it. i love it. Just imagine like here in southern california. Whenever there's a tremor everyone runs to twitter says earthquake or you feel that shook has a live link. It's a livestream. And he's breaking it down for two hours like doing my cornucopia got my sleeves rolled up in front of some big board like you know the the richter scale and the seismograph in where the epicenter was. Here's another one shook not stirred a podcast about mixology. That's good that's does he. It's all there when you are blessed with the physique while you've earned that with the the dome with the fairly symmetrical face with the mind that you have and then the name to top it off. I it's the off season. It's time to start thinking bigger. That's all nick. I'm just lucky that. When i shaved my head for the first time that i didn't have an oblong head at least to what i can so important nick pixel by the way. I'm like go ahead mark now say nick. You could do a lot of things with nick as well. Shaving nixon you know. Nixon razors shaving podcast shape. People with beards are very very trendy right. Now that the people with the fashionable beards you could cater to them about this shook about knicks. And it's all about cutting yourself shaving and how to avoid that. This brainstorming session just produced a winner. Let's create more serious note Nick this is your first show with us since you so beautifully helped us Handle recaps on. Sunday nights and You know you would. You would come in and tag in for chris wesseling last season. Which was you know very difficult vulnerable time for the podcast and you know especially west was getting sicker and he started to worry about where where it was. All going shook was always there and always very versatile for us and always cool to jump on whenever and fill in. And you do feel. It's a very important place in the history of this. Podcast nick and hope to have you involved in this upcoming regular season on sunday nights because god knows we need the help but thank you for being part of that time in. The history of the show is difficult as it was. Well i'll tell you guys. Ever since. I since greg i hired me the seven years ago i always wanted to be a part of this and it was always been an honor will continue to be an honor for every time that I'm able to join you guys so thank you for having me. Thanks man that was you. Were i remember you were there and that that i'll never forget that episode. Now the you know the last You know browns win not not the last browns win. Ever but the the browns playoff win worry at west kinda tag tagged out for you like that. That was an amazing show. All right coming up on. Today's show with nick shook sitting in for the whole banger of an apollo. Did you say mark. Eighty to ninety minutes will try to come in under that but no promises i mean ninety would be i ninety to one hundred where i'm sitting out with where you know. Now we're now. We're ten minutes and i think we've got at least another ninety three minutes ago coming up on today's show we've talked about it. We talked about it last week and In general greg's biggest offseason written piece on. Nfl dot com is projected starter series. And you would think during this time of year..

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Bill & Ted Face the Music Review

Pop Culture Happy Hour

09:04 min | 2 years ago

Bill & Ted Face the Music Review

"One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, we met bill s Preston and Ted Theodore Logan in the movie bill and Ted's excellent adventure they returned in bill and Ted's bogus journey in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one, and now almost thirty years later they're back in bill and Ted's face the music Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves return as well. Bill and Ted respectively, and this time they'll need not just their triumphant man to save the world but also their daughters I'm Stephen Thompson and I'm Linda Holmes we're talking about bill and Ted face the music on this episode of Pop Culture Happy Hour from NPR here with me and Steven from his home studio is plan Weldon of NPR's arts desk. Linda and also with us from his home in Washington DC, we have JC Howard who is a producer of NPR's Ted Radio Hour and how I built this I. J. C.. Good to have you back good to have you back. So if you are all not familiar, there's not a lot setup that you need or these films except to say that Bill and Ted were introduced to us as teenage bro Friends who had a band and just wanted to have a triumphant band when they were older and eventually they got sucked into time travel and picking up different historical figures, and later we're going to try to save the world and there was. A whole story where they were going to ultimately right a great and triumphant song it's it is a surprisingly complex canonical story of which you need to know practically nothing in order to enjoy I think these films Stephen now that I have thoroughly set the table kind of what is your attachment to bill and Ted these movies. If you have one, well, I've seen bill and Ted's excellent adventure. A BUNCH OF TIMES I've seen bill and Ted's bogus journey a couple times. These are movies that have kind of existed on the wind for the last thirty years. I re watched these movies within the last five years I. Think I talked about the. What's making me happy on this show but still kind of needed to go back to be reminded of what happens in them going into this movie I mean this movie is coasting on goodwill. There is a certain amount of fan service going on here. I mean I'm not sure how many people were clamoring to revisit these characters almost thirty years later but at the same time. Something really really smart happens in this movie and you can tell before you even start watching it, and that is that it is ninety three minutes long all three of these movies are about ninety minutes long and I think they understand that that is the perfect lengthier. There is a certain amount of sequel bloat here. The first two movies are incredibly Chintzy. The stakes in the first one are no greater than maybe Ted we'll get sent to military school and you're there's like the entire fabric of space time can be ripped apart. This is a very shaggy movie. I. Think there are stretches where it sags but. I do appreciate the number of updates. You don't have the gay panic stuff that really dragged down the earlier movies are no gay slurs in this movie. This movie bothers to give its female characters a little bit more agency the women who become their wives barely have any part to play in the other movies, and here you get more of that you get their daughters who are given kind of their own subplot. So I appreciate that it's not just rattling around with these two dudes who are now middle aged, but they're taking an interest in people outside of just bill. Yeah and you do get their daughters. The structure of this one is kind of that they go on one journey through time and their daughters meanwhile who are played by Samara weaving and bridget lending pain go off and tried to get a band together for their DADS to play with on this epoch song that's supposed to save the world. So you kind of have the one journey going on the other journey going on then naturally in the third act it all comes together and I did like those two performances from the daughter's there are also some kind of new faces in this one kristen Schall plays Kelly who is The daughter of Rufus who was the George Carlin character in the original JC it feels to me like you are too young to have a moustache attachment to these movies but I have been assured that that is not the case because television. Yeah. That's exactly right. I was actually super excited to hear this movie was happening and I'm going to show my age a little bit and say that I was born pretty close to the release of the First Bill and Ted Movie of Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. So my first encounter with these guys was as as they say a most impressionable youth. And I was one of what I can only assume are millions of kids who watch bill and Ted's excellent adventure every time it ran on cable TV. The thing about the first movie is the problem that they needed to solve was very simple. Billon Tade just needed a good grade right granted the solution to that problem was a little larger than life and included doctor who like time travel home box and all but the problem itself was simple. The second movie bogus journey was certainly a little nuttier. It had killer robots and aliens and the grim reaper. Didn't feel like it hit quite the right notes for me. No Pun intended. So win a third film was confirmed. The main question I had was like, what are they going to do? Are they going to try to recreate the success of the original and go back to simple run of the mill time travel Orlean into the bizarre and crazy and from just the trailer? It was clear that they weren't going to just lean into the bizarre, but they were diving in head first. But I think what separated this one from the nineteen ninety one sequel is that it has a lot more heart. The original movie was really about the friendship of bill and Ted and saving that they didn't seem to care as much about saving the future as much as they wanted to just make sure that bill and Ted could still just be friends. So it had this kind of surprisingly earnest quality and I think that was what was missing in the second film in this third one for all of its bizarreness in all of its doubling down on death in heaven and hell, and all these kinds of weird things. It really reignites the idea that there are friendships and. Relationships here that are worth saving. Yeah I think you're absolutely right that they go back to the relationship between those two guys being the center of the story and I. Think it's really funny. One of the things that I think is featured in some of the the trailer stuff but they are both married they both have you know lovely wives that you have met before since they got them from the past and they have relationships with their wives that are completely enmeshed with their relationship with each other. So they can't conceive of having individual marriages that aren't some. Like a four person marriage I thought that stuff was sort of funny because I think one of the things that carries over like if you're going to take these guys in age them thirty years you have to either assume that at some point they became more normal, which is a weird thing to assume about bill and Ted. Or you have to assume that they are still very bill and Ted, which would mean that they are still kind of very fixated on this idea that they are a duo and they are always together and they are each other's right hand Glenn you had indicated on twitter that. You perhaps did not have the same nostalgia for these characters that perhaps I have and others may have what is your take care? All right. The ticker about to hear from me Linda Holmes is going to be a subjective it's rigorous. It's clear eyed it is on demand by the gauzy scream nostalgia because unlike all y'all I never saw these movies until this week just to prepare for the show and I didn't see him for very simple reason I didn't have to I. Mean I was a junior in college nineteen, eighty, nine I was studying marine biology. I was dating a string of profoundly unfulfilled women and. Being. On a college campus and eighty nine and not here boobs heinous strange things are afoot at the circle k just over and over and over. So I felt like I got it. And think about the time late eighties early nineties mainstream. American. Comedy was kind of stuck in this catchphrase based mode and I was like, okay. I don't need to see this while I've seen them all now and I'm here to tell you. Sure I guess that's your thing. I like the Guy Listeners of the leads I. think that's the appeal here but left only once an excellent adventure. It's a visual gag that gets tossed off. It's a Freud at a mall holding a corn dog and it's like, okay, fine. You got me I mean it's low hanging fruit, but you got. And in face the music this new film shore on Paper Samara, Weaving Kristen Schaal Holland freaking Taylor they are gunning for me they are coming. But ultimately didn't stick. It's not supposed to. That's not what it's for. It just evaporates on contact with the eyeballs and maybe that's exactly what the world needs. Right now is dumb sweep dumb but I

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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06:29 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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08:35 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"I know you sonogram talk about the I can make a thank you stretches Michael will collect fifty the fan and his daughter every time I when I saw you guys you got a call so if we have any of that okay yeah I just got a lot of big but let me tell you I like you a lot I want to start at the top and the bottom bottom in she was in a you know like go you because you got a call close if we happen to be and is that okay I just got a lot of I want to start exception you know you know I take this always because you got a call to get back to I need to charge a next we need a way is a big gap between us and the gang in the next life insurance they pay when I die the place is really just let ray somebody might the scene Hey Dave K. gold play I want to change I'm always J. son when I was going to I think it's in the mall it is if you really want to did you do how do you six figures when I die in a place where they just let okay so you might the scene they say right now ninety three minute commercial free music the Marshall free big boy's neighborhood right here on real ninety two three days new home I'm doing that is so much we're ninety three new offering.

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KOMO

"Metros entire fleet would cost and how to pay for it the ordinance still must be approved by the full council Romero companies for thirty four como traffic every ten minutes on the floors marina comes into the studio and says one of those things yeah it's awful I mean as sitting in this back up if you're leaving Seattle trying to get to ever at the travel time right now is ninety minutes and that's on the main line if you try to take the express lanes it's actually ninety three minutes the opposite direction southbound I. five from Seattle to federal way that's going to take an hour and fifteen minutes the bulk of your back up on that one is a long Boeing field is just bumper to bumper from just south of the west Seattle bridge all the way to two hundred it's bumper to bumper traffic on the east side in Bellevue from five twenty to new castle north bound for a five struggles from five twenty into Kirkland westbound five twenty that's now really heavy from the east side over to Montlake east bound I ninety is happy to leave I five head through the mount Baker told on onto the Mercer island we have it tough southbound I. five from northeast eighty fifth into Seattle of course we've been talking about the shooting in downtown Seattle of course that has the streets blocked in Belltown so it's Third Avenue between Eleanor and bell and Blanchard is blocked between second and third you're not so much off a four forty four and it looks like we've got rain in the forecast for this evening also rain tomorrow and really throughout the weekend and it could be a little bit blustery tomorrow as well and your look at the forecast right now a light rain forty seven in downtown Seattle I wouldn't give them the time of day they're on a crusade to destroy this man senator Lindsey Graham blasting house impeachment managers today.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"And training opportunities Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington so I've been kind of a radio real time traffic a little bit snowing flopping agency yeah it's a little on that slushy accumulation side of things and we're going to see some slower traffic so I want to throw some at drive times that you right now because other pretty high Arlington to ever to fourteen minutes Auburn Trenton at eleven our Bellevue to ever drive that ninety three minutes our Bellevue to Lin wood added to our if you're going for all of you to talk well it's forty five minutes ever to Seattle at eighty and our federal waited to call the drives at eighteen you can see the difference is now much county is the worst right now because heading north either a four oh five or I five is crawling and that's because of that snow that kind of move did it really made a mess the drive we had some pre eighty dicey conditions for drivers on the mobile Teo speedway that's exactly what I'm watching right now is this a look at the camera at highway ninety nine you can see some of that slushy accumulation nonetheless we are dealing with a couple of blocking problems as well so because of the snow with feelings of locked himself in a five in Lakewood at eighty four we've got a jackknife semi trailer in Silverdale at highway three oh three at ridge top Boulevard gonna run into a record that's reported on the ramp from west on highway two oh forty east on highway two a couple of other earlier blocking problems one of which near one twenty eight off of I five it's because the mass for drivers just trying to get past one hundred and twenty eight traffic is brought to you of five Papa Johns and toys for kids is partnered with Papa John's pizza to bring joy to children in the Seattle area order the toys for kids special at papajohns dot com Kyra radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor gonna be a windy night especially closer to the foothills Gus could be about fifty could still have some scattered make showers out there as well tomorrow same idea but not as windy and getting into around forty forty one degrees I'm Cairo seven pinpoint meteorologist Nick aller gets thirty five degrees in downtown Seattle I'm the boss subscribe to us unused to for our can't-miss clips Cairo radio ninety seven three FM news and talk powered by the Pacific Northwest listen to kera radio my name's Erin Mason most Karen I G. Scott thing out today with the long time producer of Michael Medved show over on hand seven seventy K. T. T. H. Greg Tomlin with Hey Rick doing well thanks for hanging out so it's a good time I'm always happy to be here and there that we don't get a hang out very much we say hi in the news room.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Are we truly failing sixty percent of children by making college a single focus of our schools doctor how much is next let's get a traffic court now from Tracy Taylor I just saw Colleen sweet she says I'm sorry was that just the thunder bumper there that just shook my house yeah Colleen we have some thunderstorms and some really heavy downpours for drivers to deal with it this afternoon it is very busy and very slow for that matter so north and five drives a lined up from after like city way out towards about one sixty fourth a break in right back into some slowing from the Boeing freeway all the way up to zero five two eight Mary spell I'm just gonna throw some drive times that you right now because of the heavy rain it's really adding to it were at ninety three minutes from Seattle to ever it our Seattle develop you drive on a ninety is going to take you about twenty two minutes and we're looking at a drive right now from federal way to to call that sitting at thirty two minutes you can tell where it's wet and where it's dry it's mostly up north and that can divergent Seles said drivers are gonna run into some heavy traffic on northbound for all five not only is to get out of Kirkland thanks for the text message at nine eight nine seven three about the crash on northbound fall flat itself the state that's blocking traffic continues to slow outside of Bellevue on south and four oh five looks like the dresser to comment is reasonable more on that coming up in ten minutes cover radio real time traffic I'm Tracy Taylor Jeremy like this in the text line guy writes in three six so I quit drinking game with myself every time talk uses the holes so clever euphemism spy devices after take a shot under that yes by devices not really spy.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of Dracula follows the evil count Orlok played by Max Schreck as he unleashes his hideous vampire powers on his unsuspecting prey I'm although the characters have different names not for out to is a direct ripoff of author Bram stoker's novel Dracula yeah and the vampires of impairs weakness to sunset appears to be the first time not for up to one and the evil count Orlok is vanquished at the film's conclusion all prints and negatives of the movie were ordered destroyed after the widow of stoker won her lawsuit against the filmmakers however the film survived as it slowly began to surface in other countries are not for us to was banned in Sweden because of its violent content in nineteen seventy two the ban was finally lifted nineteen seventy two seems a little late fifty years that movie was brand wow warlock A. K. A. Count Dracula only appears on screen for approximately nine minutes the actor who plays count Orlok named Max Schreck that's the word the word Shrek means for right in German choose the shadow of the vampire I know you have a seizure of amber I'll go see show doesn't ring a bell all it's about the making of the movie hello what's interesting is all about mistrust it's all of the meeting like I could do that see that Willem Dafoe plays Max Schreck John Malkovich plays out more now really yeah you got to see that on what yeah you got to see this movie man Hey you got from two thousand maybe two thousand two thousand one early two thousand S. is that it's fantastic shadow of the vampire what's your read on the Werner Herzog version I love it I love it I think it's great I think it's great I think I I think think Kinski's fantastic he's so crazy yeah but now you got to see a close concedes notes that that that goes that kind of goes without saying close can you count because kids he's insane there's there's that I love him you know when you hang out what do you do you get those two guys together you know you get Herzog and and and and can't get together that's that's a party didn't make a movie about those two yeah I best fiend or something like that written off yeah those guys are nuts there's no question about now you gotta see shadow of the vampire I can try and now I'm trying to remember who directed it and I'm gonna go nuts I can't see here directed by E. ally S. mayor hish okay John Malkovich him on the phone yeah yeah it's a great movie what year two thousand okay so you should check that one out meant okay next here on the essentials is obviously the phantom of the opera which I've also the pleasure seeing J. Warner company is on that one you know can do that when the sleep yeah yeah a mysterious phantom played by Lon Chaney haunts the Paris Opera and sets his sights on a lovely on your new Christine played by Mary Philbin ninety three minutes long give us your gender was version of phantom of the opera oh god I'm guessing this is late period Argenta what whereabouts is he doing that it's it's mid period Argento it's not terrible the thirteen percent on rotten tomatoes yeah I don't think it's there's no it's not as bad as Dracula three D. which I say enough is easily the worst movie ever directed but his letter his later stuff although I love mother tears I know a lot of people hate mother tears any mother tears is great I'm in kind of a fitting end to the trilogy of superior in front on the mother tears but I like mother tears a lot it since it's absolutely not so I mean it's a completely insane movie but I'd start gentle new Yorkers death scene is unbelievable in that movie you're not using it so we get to you know be really in Dante something I'll be really really as far as appearance goes really took after is her mother and definitely not her her father old boy is that's it's beautiful man yeah yeah Dario yeah not NEC's vis Dario Argento yeah here some trivia about the phantom of the opera Lon Chaney became well known for developing his own to make up for many of his characters as he did in fact he used eight membranes on his eyeballs to make them look cloudy he also employed fish skin and a ball cap to create the scale to look at his face your humana thousand faces now all man spot long Cheney man got to see it when the phantom reveals face the Christina horrified reaction of actors merry filled in is genuine and not acting according to cinematographer Charles van eager Cheney kept his make up a secret until the last moment so Philbin was in fact started it is grotesque appearance and by the way this is true when he reveals you know when he reveals his face in that infamous moment it cause widespread widespread of fainting in theaters people people had never seen anything like it and there were there was people passing out all over in movie theaters everywhere like they were like a and that was it they never seen anything like it hello my name which is pretty wild alright let's take a break we got the news coming up more facts about phantom of the opera and more unbelievably essential golden age horror easy on but to your business day futures global markets stocks surprise relations with Chicago's business conversation starts every weekday morning on the opening bell Esther's also keeping an eye on jobless claims do outlines the percentage join me at five seven twenty WGN all right Hey ya coming up at six o'clock right after that show is Steve Cochran with your morning drive right here on WGN let's get into the news room it is two thirty in here is vehicle would learn more about this car jacking in Chicago's loop ended with a crash on Dearborn just south of Jackson happened just before midnight still being cleaned up and are still closures will cover those in traffic no one was injured and if there have been no arrests cook county judge Michael two men is expected here motions at nine thirty this morning that were recently filed a case that involves his appointment of a special prosecutor that prosecutor was assigned to investigate cook county state's attorney Kim fox's handling of the charges against then the empire actor jussie small left Chicago police accuse the small lead of falsely reporting a staged racist and anti gay attack on himself in Chicago back in January fox's office later dropped those charges in addition to the special prosecutor's investigation of the handling of small at there's an investigation.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Know he's got it got the tuner muffled that sounds like a you climbed all the way inside a Hornet's but did you know that that sort of that sort of thing going on and I always drive fast in the neighborhood I said you know what you should really think about doing attracting people who go out on the track and learn how to be better road drivers as well you could drive quickly because I don't need to do that I'm great at four so he literally and I said you're slower and more dangerous than you realize two weeks later I look at the back if he doesn't call to talk before I wonder why but the back of the house in our alley his car is rust in the return of the clearly what up the road back toward any actually did end up like totaling that car because he's a force that eight bad so focus group of one but you are exactly right yeah on a percentage stock car racing all of them bought me a sucker because of poverty gets all gosh speaking that were late for traffic is your boss responsible for work happiness well is he or she are they tell us treats his getting was traffic report so I just got an alert from the V. I can count a water taxi that the six so five a departure from pure fifty two to west Seattle is gonna be slightly delayed at this evening looking at some really a long drive time so let's take a look at those from Redmond to Seattle and five twenty will take you forty five minutes and rented it to Seattle we'll take you twenty three our Seattle to ever drive sitting at eighty five Seattle the federal way at forty two but if you're going from the federal way to Tacoma DOT reports that as thirty four minutes now I was looking at Snoqualmie pass just a moment ago and heavy traffic and of course some construction work because in some pretty ugly delays as a matter of fact adding an extra thirty minutes on your travel time I want to stop and grab some snacks is gonna be ninety three minutes now from north bend heading to Ellensburg drivers continue to struggle across the water more on that and the drive through the downtown corridor coming up in less than ten minutes Kyra radio real time traffic I'm.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on ESPN FC

"There's tons of questions in the back. Do you really want Abby comper and Julie Erz as you to centrebacks in this moment untested with a lot of tea with barely any time together? No, it's a big big move. Maybe the Olympics, you want that, right? Right. I think I think it's a really interesting scenario that we have now because with Sauerbrun coming out this team is a thirteen spot on the board. And like I know every team is different and all that stuff. I've always heard you don't change a winning team. And I feel like at some point there may be a discussion about Sauerbrun in the back if things keep going. Well, like. This. Maybe I'm crazy. You're looking at me like I'm crazy. Maybe crazy. Candy other performances of Joe jumped out to you today or that are worth discussing. I thought I thought the two wing players were kind of quiet. I thought heath and repeat no were kind of quiet. But I guess I that's not really much to evaluate on because they scored thirteen. I didn't I didn't notice any takeaways about either than I thought repeat knows set pieces got better as the game went on. I like the US didn't actually show all their set pieces, not that they have a lot of creativity. It's usually look for their best headers with long balls, but they showed a lot of short balls against the short team. And actually thought that was maybe the one moment of respect if people are looking for, you know, you should respect opponent and not score so much as listen. They could have done service in the box and taking advantage of the height difference, and put even more golsen instead, they played it low on the ground and tried to solve it through combination play that was something I saw, I'm like, maybe they don't want to be scouted. And also, maybe they are being a bit respectful and trying to beat you in a way that's not because they're taller than you. That's how I decided to look at it. Abby kemper. I would like to see her pass completion. I think it's pretty high. Her distribution is more long range in a Sauerbrun Sauerbrun breaks lines or just plays the midfield that she keeps possession on the ground. Dull Kemper with that, right. Foot is always launching balls. But it's more the we of the ball when it comes into the intended recipient as well as where it lands. It's not at somebody's throat. And I think that's the difference between this team and the team in twenty fifteen indefinite team in twenty eleven when they would do service out of the back there centrebacks, you had Abby out there so is fine. But every services like high up into the chest and that's just not good enough anymore because you can't play quickly 'cause you need an extra touch to control it. So that's Abdal Kemper is raising the bar among distribution in a well weighted manner. So let's go over the goal scores just because we can our Morgan with five Roosevelt with two Lindsey Horon with the goal Sam US adds a brace Meghan repeal scores. Mallory Pugh scores and Carli Lloyd coming off the bench scores in the ninety. Third minute of the game, the US Open's that offense of their World Cup championship with a thirteen nothing final scoreline over Thailand. All right. Time for us to take a break when we return. We'll take.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Just under three hundred and eighty in the last two and a half years. She's been asleep consultant she's helped around two hundred fifty clients when I started it was kind of that. Let's see how this goes. And I thought I'm never going to make any money out of this. And in the first year, I tend buffet, and then now I've been growing the business which is being fantastic. Because I think it cleared as demand out that it's a business that's growing, and I've got kind of big plans to. Take it more online and be digital about it. So that I can help more people. While I was sitting in Kate's kitchen, she went onto Skype to check in with one of her clients Kelly Addison who has a ten month old baby. Kelly just traveled home to visit family in South Africa. And they invited me to sit in on the call. Hi, kelly. How you doing? Thanks, kate. How are you? Thank you. So you kind of see how the travel win and how she settled down into new environment and how to sleep guy, basically. Yeah. Really? Well, Kate flight just stick some weird. Are you saying that what to do with Oxy with age months? Really just going with the flair. I think really helped. Yeah. She spent to eight hours out of the twelve hour flights. That's great allows during the day. And it meant that. When we got here snap putting it down because it was a brand new environment. Yeah. That's that. It didn't go to plan that we just sat to the guidelines that weeks at a make concession as with Aaron. Reassuring her and in fairness, she'd been amazing I mean with talking to sleep every night Kelly, can I just ask you, why did you come to Kate in the first place? What was the problem is my door? Tissues any about two months old, and I actually purchased an online guide that says that to guide it will take you up until they're about four years old. And I think I succeeded for about one morning trying to implement this sort of almost my makes insanity said, Dan friend of mine suggested Cates in a panic causing could afford to Email and Facebook in case, I need your how okay responded quickly. She met with us is quite learning. How sleep cycles works. And also that it's okay to teach my daughter different cues to get to sleep at the needing me to go to see an case. Just maybe leave it, even if it's just a minute and see what happens Sharon asked. Now, if might have a little cry. Kinz ninety three minutes and she straight back to sleep and how about your sleep. Now. How's your sleep going sorry much pizza? She's in bed by seven. I meant she's a buy signal clock cetera. That's absolutely actually magic. Do you think? She was good value for money. I think because of what we learned through the prices we would pay again, hungry times either. Yes services, like Kate Cohen's, she trades under the business name sleep time, baby and other products that I've looked at for this program certainly show that people are prepared to pay money to get a good night's sleep. But this is still a young sector, and it's going to take a while to work out. What works and what doesn't sleep expert Russel foster again, many of these things are marketed with very very little evidence based and so as a scientist, I kicked back against this. However, if they work for you, and they improve your sleep habits. Then I think you just take it on the chin the placebos of real effect. So some level they're working. And I think if you think they're going to work they can help you. And he says it's getting more and more important to get sleep. Right. As the world around us gets busier, we trying to squeeze more and more into the working day. There are endless levels of intriguing. Not least emails, and this compulsion to fill that we have to answer every Email, and so in a sense equipped packing more Marin and the demands of greater and greater and greater than the first victim is going to be sleep. We do not defend asleep or not sleep need. It's always the thing. That's marginalized. As.

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"And and so he gave me a tremendous gift by doing the film. Is really a gift. So that's the story. Sorry, it took so long. But. One of the things I admire about this movie is that it is such a personal movie. It is such a character piece. And yet there is this kind of thriller element numb driving it along when you were coming up with it. Did you were you consciously thinking about embracing sort of more of a a thriller genre? Or did the story come out more organically? I was so shocked when I sent it to our producer, Nina Jacobson, first producers signed on who I just sent it to his. To say, I'm about to send it off to the usual suspects who make movies like this. And I said, I just want you to read it because you're producing such interesting things and you've been so important in my life. Just so you can see what I'm up to. And she read it in ninety three minutes in texted back and said, I have to produce this film. And she said you've written a page Turner. And I went. What really I didn't think about. That would I tried. All I tried to do was capture the payroll. I felt as a little boy when I didn't know if my mother was going to be driving over the hill with the car swerving. I didn't know if when she served the fried chicken, if it would be raw or actually cooked, and what I imagined I would feel if I were Holly, and my son came home, and I so wanted him to be okay. But we had this history which is hinted at with not explicitly explored or tolls spelled out that what I would feel if if an and how I have felt in my own life in the people who are active or who have been active how every thing that is said and done is reviewed re replayed kind of has to be considered with the awareness that there are secrets there are ghosts. There's a poll that is so massive that it. Could at any moment spin out of control. So by just trying to write to the truth of that. I ended up writing. Something that had a kind of tension. That is not in anything else. I've ever made I've had moments. There's some tense moments in pieces of April, there's some tense moments in Gilbert grape, but they just have different rhythms. So I was terrified to shoot the second half of the film because it it did. I mean, I was aware that the story starts to accelerate and it didn't feel it was in my comfort zone..

Nina Jacobson producer Holly Turner ninety three minutes
"ninety three minutes" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on The Film Vault

"But then it gets deeper into their personal lives, and you see you actually see the movie. Literally like the camera. They director being uses a shot where you can actually for the first time. See the cameras he's interviewing his mom in you, see the lights, and you can see behind the curtain where he starts asking his mom about the domestic abuse that happened in his household. And you realize that he's doing it on purpose? He's pulling back the curtain and letting you see like, oh, this is where the movie found a threat. This is where I found like something bigger than just our little lives skateboarding. I realized that I wanna talk about something bigger, which is. My stepdad beating the shit out of me, and the movie kind of gets a real heavy and much more important at that point. And then he starts grilling his friend Zack. We're kind of exposing the wires there because Zack has a girlfriend who I don't wanna give too much away here. But it's definitely like a millennial or actually appre younger than me. It's a younger more sensitive skateboard video like you look at a movie like kids and how it's just so rough and raw this movie is rough and sweet and raw sweet, I should say. And he's spent twelve years shooting it twelve years. So you get to see these Myers over twelve years, and it doesn't even seem long because they don't really progress that much, but what really makes this documentary. Sing are the performance performances documentary Curie Johnson, the the lead kid the black kid who is definitely a fish out of water at times, and he talks about that being a little black kid. And house data. We said don't forget on all your friends are white. But don't forget your black. And there's some here's a here's a little snippet. Just a little. A clip you might see a trailer that you would never see being who's Asian. He he's a he's Asian Bryant. And he he had a really twelve years to figure out where to put the Cameron and went to focus on. But, you know, those those YouTube videos, and there's probably from when vine was a big thing. And it's like, this is what like white white ewards words. Look like, this is white yellow n where Asian where there's some sort of certain people that were doing anyway, the the N word was being used quite a bit on this funny YouTube video vine video that his friends were watching and the three of them are watching it fire like and there he was eating a hotdog curiously hotdog off to the side and they're cold. It's really bad part of Illinois. It's hard town. And they're all laughing about these n we're jokes and the white kids and. It's not necessarily a racist joke because it's a black guy. Tell the joke but curious off to the side by himself, and it's just like one of those quick little moments like oh. Like, you get to see his mind, you just feel the alienated, sir. And it it's hard to imagine a really feel the alien Asian you feel it really feel it sting and by the time movies over without giving giant plot points away in a Miami talking about the females that are involved in this movie that are at times equally as engaging. It feels like an MTV teen mom done for ninety minutes. How long does moving but ninety. Teen mom, but without all the style, and without the horrific annoying characters these are real characters, and he he gets real. Information out of and part of me really wants to hate it. Because it's it's just he's like, you can see the the wheels turning you can see them saying, oh, this is how this movie will be important relevant. But it still works ninety three minutes on rotten tomatoes long hundred percent around tomatoes seems I right? Ninety nine percent for the reasons. I said I part of me really wants to dislike this movie credit me. And I can tell you the first forty five minutes to an hour at bit middling. It's it's it's it's investment watch. You gotta watch it. You gotta get some of the characters. It's it's one of these movies that really I think is finding its success because it's finishes so strong the last twenty minutes. Everything really comes together. Nicely gets really pointing Rockford Illinois hose, Rockford Illinois. He's he's the kid that was one of the kids that he he's really into filmmaking..

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"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"ninety three minutes" Discussed on KTRH

"Hard between the circles scream by green hard left corner for three it is up. It's around the rim out nobody with the red jersey underneath to grab the rebound merkich headed easily. Use of twenty three points and Al thirteen boards rockets eleven of thirty five from distance tonight. Lowered right side angle. The neon and this'll be a short time from now on the floor wapner pitch in a push on. Harden harden throws his right hand up in the air, and he could easily gotten teed up again. Fourth foul on the beard. Delay game morning against the rockets. Lillard inbound on the sideline with fourteen shoot. But the next one eighty seconds will be the difference in this game McCollum around the arc right to left against McConnell with eight to shoot MRs twenty eight feet out. Top of the key baseline left. Tough contested shot. Good and the rockets have fallen back now down by eleven at one zero one ninety. Three minutes remaining at the motor center. Aren't left hand off to PJ Tucker? Pardon baseline left caught up by Nurkic throws out right side. The rivers to his left for green, right? Andrew for green. Pull up jumper. Good boy. Tough shot for Gerald green.

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