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03:23 min | 1 year ago

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"A little tedious revisionist history with. Yeah. Well, you know, the original idea was like, hey, what movie things that we get wrong. And then it became you're saying. You're not pronouncing a word right? Or like pedantic corner in my right? Yeah. So, and truthfully, it's not a great bit anyway. It's just dumb. So it's hard on yourself, choke sorry, everyone. I will say this though. Let's finish it out a few people posted this. Thank you for being a friend was not Carol king. You thinking I said that I was thinking of. You just name in. You know, you've got a friend to James Taylor Gada free end in training. Conover year. There's a thing going on. Maybe we get some lunch together sometime. What a guy sing about anything anything. But now it's great. And it's a Disney family got as a good bit with that. He's look over there. It's an apple tree really. Wanna pick me apple? It sure is delicious. So I just ripped off family now. It's not at all, by the way, that is not Carole king wrong. I was thinking of you've got a friend. It was written by gentlemen. And then for the golden girls theme, sung by lady named said the God something got to. That's the last one everyone. I had never ascribed that song to have even having a writer thought it just kind of like a came into being, you know, be Arthur set of Peba dreaming. Exactly. I didn't realize that the golden girls. Spinoff, another show called Maude. No about Maud. Hold on a second. I watched Maude is beyond Thor's character golden girls, Maude. Yeah, what's mod. I did not know that. Yeah. Yeah. Maude was when I was kid it was the seventy having show, and it was the song is that big famous producer guy that did all those normally. Yeah. One hundred seven oh man knoll. You haven't heard the theme song demain. No lady dab was a freedom ride. That's great. Oh, it's great. It's about women in history, and then they go, and then there's Ma and of course, she occupies her own individuals space out. Well I feel like a dummy. I mean, I guess it would never seen golden girls. I wouldn't have known. But I did not know that was model years later. It's so what's the idea? She has. She lost her husband. I guess. Yeah, I only read a brief synopsis of modern never seen Maude. But I think in mod she lives in, like she's a very liberal kind of like activist type woman New York City living in a house with a bunch of unconventional roommates in the know. She had a husband and Maud, she maybe out of husband, but I think she has like a deadbeat son or something that lives at them. I don't know bit awhile. But what's the relationship in the golden girls who is she to them, or they, they're all pal sister's friend, their friends and carpet on? Okay. No sex thing. They have a gay room mate. That was a big deal. Okay. That was like one of the first like outside of soap I believe. But no, I think. The thing with the roommate in golden girls that they may be, don't openly talk about that. He's gay. He just kind of like is clearly a gay character in soap Billy crystal's character like he Shurmur that just a love. So yes, soap is fucking funny. Yeah. It's really good way ahead of its time. No, I had Pam peacock on in her show when over like gangbusters. She is a cool gal PAM's awesome. And we had a great talk and now payments like the head of the movie crush page. Everyone's like, more Pam really? Yes, we're going to do a filmmaker serious. Great..

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03:52 min | 1 year ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And forget how good it is the acting just what you're seeing on the screen live action or innovation. I feel like either one. I really love spirited away like the art of spirited away. Yeah. I mean, I love the story and everything too. But that's one that I watch a lot, just for the art of never seen it Chuck, okay? All right. I won't do that thing that people do, but it's really good in the art is, is spectacular. Really? It's really inspiring. Even though I don't necessarily do that type of art. There's no way to watch that. And not feel something about it. Awesome like aesthetically. Yeah. That's on the list. And then finally moving going one on one when you get out to the movies here, Atlanta, where do you sit what do you eat? Which your ritual. Okay. Well, I love midtown art cinema. Yes. Which I can walk to from work, and from where I live or nice, which is a bonus. But even before that was the case. I just like I like the older style of movie theaters. I don't necessarily like like stadiums. I'll go to those. It's a different experience. I'm a movie Nacho kinda girl. Oh, yeah. I like that nasty liquid cheese. All the pickled kaneohe, there's just something like kind of magical about it. And that's the only time that I eat that you can treat a little bit. It's oh, it's so good. I hate how good at us. Yeah. So nachos soak gross. And what he said, I like somewhere in the middle. If it's if it's more crowded, I like to be on the side. I'm kind of introverted type. I like to be on the edges in the backs of rooms. Quick scape. Yeah. Quick escape. It's a survival mechanism. But if it's like, fairly emptier not too crowded. It's kind of like middle middle and middle middle row like middle of the theater kind of thing, only child and the youngest and the oldest and the middle. It's true. So that all makes us very true. All right. Thanks fan. Thank you. All right. Everyone hope you enjoyed that. What a great great movie that was dare. I say one of the most, I guess, one of the most deep philosophical conversations, I've had in here, actually, and that movie sort of calls for that. And Pam was not shy about diving in with some of those some of those heavy questions about life and love and destiny and can people really change and stuff like that. It's really, really kind of cool to talk about that film with her. It was a great pleasure to watch it again. It'd been long time since I've seen it and forgot how much I loved it. And how great Kate Winslet was in Jim. Carey just what a great supporting cast really, really one of my favorite films, and we had a really good time in afterward. We chatted about maybe just go ahead and making this part, one of a filmmaker series and getting Pam in here again to perhaps, either delve into another Michelle Gandhi, peace or maybe to start just doing some. Other films by artists Julian Schnabel and Tom Ford, they're all sorts of artists making films, these days and over the past ten or twelve years. So that might be kind of fun. Let me know what you think of be kind of curious to get your opinion on where we should go next, but definitely gonna get him in here again. So it was a lot of fun. It was fun to get to know her better, and I'm going to post some of her art as promised on the movie crush page. So take a look at that. I bet it super cool can't wait to go. Check it out myself here in a minute. And thanks for listening everyone until next time go out and make a movie yourself and don't you see GI? I dare you..

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

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"We're gonna finish with five questions was the first movie. Remember, seeing theater, I believe it was the teenage mutant ninja turtles right the first the first one. Okay. That's great. I rated movie. In the theater doesn't matter. Oh, I are rated movie RoboCop. Oh, I was like six or seven this is another specific. I remember my mom rented robo. I don't think she just didn't understand what it was. I remember specifically my mother saying to me. Don't tell your dad and start. Yeah. And you can watch this. If you promise me that, you won't repeat anything that you hear in this movie, and I wanna say with the first five minutes, there was a motherfucker, which I immediately repeated because I had never heard that word before. And it sounded awesome. It's still is and yeah, so my tiny mouth repeated the word motherfucker. And that immediately was turned off. And then I didn't see RoboCop until I was an adult so violent and so good God. It's so crazy we covered that show on this. That was Joanna's pick great moving will you walk out of a bad movie. I have. Can you remember one? What was the one with all the animal? There's like jungle book. No. This was like years, Doolittle. Dr Doolittle I walked out of Dr. That was a brand stab. Eddie Murphy one. Yeah. I don't think that's supposed to be very good. Yeah. And I, I was must've been like sixteen or seventeen way too for. What is this, which I thought I knew what I was getting into. And I went to see what the friend and I was like, let's go. All right. Yeah, your California kid. In virginia. What actually this is? This is going to be tailored for you. Pam so. Jeez. I guess since you're an artist like besides this movie. What other movie just visual? Stepwise is one of your favorites.

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04:11 min | 1 year ago

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"You are, you know, see these tendencies in these patterns that I have even her saying at the end of the movie lake, I'm gonna feel trapped and get bored of you because that's what happens with me. It's like, well, what if you take a step back and actually do the work, you know, and look, inwardly figure out why that is and maybe try to break those patterns and have? Something like this is like a world without their. Oh, yeah. This is like the worst possible alternative there. The dinner scene so sad. There's so many just tragic sad. Yeah. When they're just an and he's in his head. He's like we become that couple that just has nothing to say to each other, and that's like the saddest shit. I see in movies and realize is not even fighting. It's like when the fighting stops, and it's when you're just when you just kind of resigned to together kind of internally, resenting each other, that's, like the most painful thing, such Such a a bomb. bump Assi. It is even if you have an experience, I've never experienced personally, but of seen it in my life in through other people, and it's just like got source, oh, it is the worse. Yeah. Yeah. Also just thinking about. I like the way that they make st- the good memories when the bad memories, it's not linear. They're not showing like this is the chunk of time when things were great between that. Then it fell apart. You get everything all mixed together. You get the salad of emotions affect it does is an audience labor, pulling you in both directions at the same time, which I feel is just a really kind of accurate representation on looking back on a relationship. It's like at least for me it's I can look back and say, okay, I can focus on the end where everything was just kinda shitting you know, but in ever works that way, it's like I see everything all ones, just like the spectrum of experience with another human being. You know it's just so complex tendency to look back and I haven't even had that many relationships. I was always. Usually kind of like just hanging out with my friends, and then I had sporadic girlfriends throughout the years. But I was not the guy who always had to be in a relationship. Right. So I will look back on relationships and be like, oh, that was great. Like what would wrong there? And then stop thinking about it because if I really start thinking, then they'll the other shit comes out all the other ship. The escort that's what, what did he say? A mixing up different idioms in my mind. Right. That's right. But, you know, there's like a rose colored glasses, if thing and looking at the past it makes me think of a line from watchmen, honestly, where, you know, her name is it the silk spectre, maybe I don't know, anyway, like the woman is like an old lady in the daughters, like, how could you like how could you be nice to him in reference to the comedian, who try to rape her? And she's like, you know, when you get to my age, you look back, and even the grimy parts seem a lot better than everything else like you look forward in the future is becomes more dim, and I think that's a trap. We fall into is just seeing the good parts and not remembering it's very important. It's like any experience in life. We remember the bad because we need to know what to stay away from right? Know how to kind of move forward from there stuck in that. Loop or just have your memory wiped. Yeah. Why don't we just do that? I think we should try it, and then we can report back to everybody and just record this whole thing over again. That sounds good. It's a good idea. Do you have anything else? Oh, there is something really specific. There's a scene where Joel and clementine come across a parade..

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04:14 min | 1 year ago

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"They think they're providing valuable service. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. Mike. Helping people through grief, right. Yeah. Which seems like a noble. It's noble pursuit on some levels. But he's also like having an affair with this young, right? Exactly. Her memory out. Yeah. And knows how many times that might have happened. Right. My question too, is like wasn't just the one time because I don't think so. I wouldn't think so either, you know, she found the file and all of that. But I wouldn't be surprised if it had. More than once also like how it's never explained, like I think other lesser directors may have tried to explain the science too much at with some goofy setup. I appreciate that. They didn't do that. Yes. Just sort of their kind of like this is a world where this is a thing. You even see the characters reacting to learning that this is a thing that could be done. Nobody's like surprised by that. Nobody's like whites. This is totally insane. Everyone's just kind of accepting. Yeah, which, yeah I like it. When they don't over explain things like that. I think it's better to just accept this more real world. That's presented and just kind of go with it. And especially it systems this that's keeps breaking down like this one, it's certainly not perfected. No. Which is sort of because it's not perfected that leads to the whole catalyst of Mary finding out. Right. Because that's when he comes over to try and fix what's going on? Yeah. And then that's the catalyst for her to find out. What's going on? And to send these tapes and files to everybody I love that. She did that. Yeah. Which, you know, might not necessarily be the best thing. But they love that. She's like fuck this. I'm going to do it. People need to know people need to know that, this happened, you know, which. It's interesting watching Joel, and clementine after having just spent that night on the ice together. And having this, like, really wonderful time, or really excited about having met and all of this, and then to immediately here, all of the things that they don't like about each other or will end up not liking about each other if the tapes with the tape and just that's tough. Oh, god. It's so intense because you imagine, I know you just meet someone you falling in love. Yes. Then you're thrown into this world where like, here's what's going to happen to you guys in your own words. Yeah. In your own word for real. It's not even speculation. It's like this is all the stuff that I end up knocking to stand about you. Which that has got to really like miss. He's playing the tape and talking about her hair color is just like I really like your hair. Yeah. And he yeah. He's trying to undo. What's going on, right? Oh, can you never imagine? Especially at that stage. Yeah. Never imagine yourself feeling that kind of lake disdain for the person. I know you know, and it's, it's really tragic, it is. And it's hard to recover from it is, and that, you know, in the end that again, we are faced with that question. They are faced with the question knowing where it ends up in evidently, like, are you still going to go through that door? Yeah. And I love that they do. It's a red Bill blue pill thing. Exactly. Yeah. And you wanted to want to experience that again. I do want that all do. Right. I would say so there's gotta be someone who's like no. But it turns out so. Like toxic. Why would they do that, again because things might be different? Right. Even says there's a memory where there in the bookstore and he says, you know, if we could just if we could just have one more tryout, right? Maybe things could be different. Maybe we could do it again. So I would like to believe that on some level, they can retain the memories of even just like hearing, the tapes, it's kind of like that is fucking brutal to hear all these things. But at the same time, what if you look at it as okay, I can kind of take this information within reason, not just change..

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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"He wears her like so in style. Now I've got him the big horn rimmed glasses, but oh, you do have them. Yeah. Remember when it came out how weird they looked. Nobody were glasses like that, at that point. Yeah. Once you wear like old school. Yeah, they love that everyone these days like dressing the way that might address when I was a kid and it's like fucking cool now. But he's awesome in Cureton Dunst always love her. She was amazing, and even the small, like Jane Addams, who's huge fan of hers and David cross as. Yeah. But I started to notice like no relationships in this movie are great. Yeah. Like, he gene. David cross aren't great. There's no representation of something healthy now. Yeah. Across our immediately at each other's throats. They're always at each other. So even like at a time where their friend is over here, going through a really difficult time looking for support even though he's a little overbearing about it. I would say you know looking for support. And it's still about their shit, you know. And she even set like the wife even says, like, don't make this about her shit. This isn't about are, you know, but it's like just that one line. Even was like, oh, they're not good. No, this isn't just a moment, like, right. They're not good. Yeah. And then that's cool when you can do that, which is such a little small reference. Yeah. I love that. I think it's a really smart way to, to tell the audience you know, without being heavy handed about it, and they didn't need to be also, you know. Howard mir's. We ask Dr MIR's. We Tomo his wife, obviously such a great Rubio. Oh, yeah. Because she kisses him Pearson kisses him. And you're like, oh my God. What's going on here?.

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02:10 min | 1 year ago

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"And it's just like it's really gone. And she just immediately is like fuck this. I'm done. Oh, yeah. You know, which action, she's never like I don't know. I respect something about just like fuck you out of here past my boundary. And she'll go cry somewhere else. Right. But not in front of hand in front of him because he's not a safe space for her. There is something that happens though, in that scene, where she's she's running around his apartment, just collecting things in her bag, and she grabs a whole Kanter, Pringles, like her bag, which I've seen them movie so many times and the last time every watched it last week preparing for that. I had that moment, like, wait did she just did? She just Pringles cannon Chauvet in her bag. And I did the rewind. And I'm like that is exactly what she. Which I would imagine, just like happened to be a thing that was there like these will make me. I just thought that was really funny. Well, and all the stuff, you know, when he goes back to the childhood, that's when the movie is at its most sort of surreal or absurd visually in like just super cool to seal. The force perspective and the giant furniture. And he's so cute seamers. He's like, oh my God. Look at this dress. I take this with me kitchens. Amazing. I love that too. You know, it goes back to earlier about this is Joel's memory of who she is. And even during this really difficult time like he's remembering and serve embracing these quirks about her and her personality, the things that he probably like annoyed him, sometimes he probably also really loved about her. Oh my God. This dress. Oh, this kitchen amazing. It's hilarious to locate Winslett. She so great. I like seeing your play American to for some reason she doesn't really well, nice job. Yeah. She always must have been really fun for her to. Yeah. This role. Yeah, for sure. I just feel like there was there was so much room to sort of play with it, too..

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03:54 min | 1 year ago

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"But, you know, he says something like, oh, this is my first journal entry in two years. Like nothing happens in my life. I must be so boring in China lake. How would that, like I think that would feel worse to like, oh, I just don't have anything going have any history. The past two years. I don't even remember the past two years, depressing in different way. He's such a sad sack, and he and clementine are so different. And they're a terrible match their awful. You know, the funny thing they are like, you want them to be together as a viewer. I think, but why, you know, yeah, it's hard, you know, and you see the good things that they had between them. That's what Zohar movie. I think is you see that great beginning before it turns very toxic with turns very toxic. No, those scenes are so hard to watch really difficult. You know, I think everyone's been through those relationships. So this movie is just a total, like mirror upon the audience, it really is for you to remember like, oh man, the first moments are so are they the best the best? And then it just goes bad. That's the interesting thing, too, is like clementines tendency for impulsiveness. You know, it's like if Joel. Well, okay. So I wanna say there's a point in the movie where clementine is criticizing, Joel for not opening up. You don't tell me anything. This is what intimacy is sharing things with each other while I just don't have that much. There's just not that much to know. And she's like that's bullshit. No, you just you're, you're afraid like you're putting a wall up between us essentially. But looking at what happens later, where he sort of running through his own memories, you know, and he's like he needs to take her to a place where nobody will find them, right? And he starts showing her like some of what he feels or the worst things about him like when he was a kid, the bird with the hammer the really awkward lake masturbating, his mom, walks in, you know, as a teenager. So great all that stuff for meals. So shows, like maybe there's a potential that he wants he wants to bring. Through that, like, maybe if they did try again, he would be able to open up a little more. Yeah. I think he wants to, you know, he's, he's always like scribbling in his journal. He's like making all these sketches like, which in a sense is like a way of relating to the world and sort of like wanting to connect, but he doesn't know how to do that directly with the person as much, which, but someone that's not interested in that wouldn't be journaling at all. Exactly. That's what I think there's something there, you know, and clementines just so the opposite. Everything's just out there all the time, which can be overwhelming for someone like that. I think which is probably part of his problem is even says something like constantly talking isn't necessarily communicating. She gets super pissed but it's like if you don't leave the other person kind of if you don't make space for them to share with you. You can't just squeeze it out of him. Right. You know, and I didn't have a lot of he didn't have a lot of space with her. Yeah. I think that I don't know. I just like the idea that maybe they could both learn grow and maybe make it better if they try to meet in the middle meet in the middle and still be early. So try, yeah. Be true to themselves. You know, grow a little bit other those scenes were. After you've sort of fallen in love with both of them as characters on them to be together. And just to see those toxic scenes, or just brutal. It's really painful, like the one where he says the worst part of the whole movie when he says, I soon you fuck someone. That's how you get people to. Yeah..

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04:03 min | 1 year ago

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"And you know, she says the whole thing like clementine, don't make fun of my name, Ryan Joel says, I don't know any jokes about your name Huckleberry, how I don't know what that is. But later in the movie, they show when they actually met for the first time at the beach, he sings it, right. He says the same thing he sings the song and makes a point to tell her that is Huckleberry hound doll was like his favorite thing when Ryan he was a child. And so you kind of look at that, and you say, okay, well, even when memories aren't linked through time. All of these connections are still being made. You can't erase one thing without losing another part of yourself. Right. You know, which I think is really the whole point that back to the future conundrum. Yeah. This is a movie that I think, bears watching at least twice absolute because the first time you see it. I remember the first time I saw it. It was I didn't fully get the timelines, but then, you know, seen it subsequently over the years. And then today it's, you know, just such a creative approach that I meet cute on the sub on the on the train was was the second time. Yeah. Yeah. And when he says earlier, you know that we met at a beach party, I remember the first time I was like, wait a minute. What the fuck is going on, like they did meet at a beach party. Yeah. It's one of those things where you certainly have to watch it a few times. Yeah. A piece things together. And then you start to notice different things that were incorporated, sort of help yet, either time line, the hair-color for one color was exactly what I was gonna say. So I feel the only time it's the real real life clementine hot a depiction of her in his memories. It's the blue hair. Right. Which going back to the Patrick thing, Patrick, you know, steals, Joel's tries to steal Joel's identity in a sense, like she is the blue haired, during those scenes. Right. Has the blue hair during those but he's calling her tangerine, because he saw it in a note that Joel wrote to clementine? So he's calling her this name, that is based on a different hair-color that he's actually never seen her with. That's right. For me ties into the creep, obviously the creepy factor, but it's like he doesn't even know why he's calling her that he just knows that Joel called her that cheating the system. Yeah, it's really crazy. And you know you have that I didn't really I don't remember it being that long. But it's the I like seventeen minutes of the film. Is that great setup before the credits? The credits roll a really loud on the back song. So great that just like gut wrenching. Like the I mean it's love back in my two favorites are Patou saddest Jin the other one I love that though. I think that's part of why love this movie too. I'm drawn to things that give me an emotional response, sort of an more sad way. I think I get that. I don't know how to explain it. But it's like it feels good in a way feel sad in a way that this. Absolutely does that for me. Yeah. I mean, I'm a happy person generally. But when I feel sad, I wanted just wallow in me to cheered up, I wanna feel sad shit and listen to the Smiths right by yourself. Sort of, you know, get through that. I think instead of pushing it away embrace. It it's part of it's part of our experience. I think people in our parents generation did so much squashing of emotion and burying of emotion that repression. Yeah. And it's just so fuck. Up, and we're trying so hard with my daughter and, you know, every, you know, everyone is doing this now. It's not like I'm some genius parent, but just, you know all the emotions are great. You gotta feel them all. And it's okay if you're mad and frustrated or sad or jealous or scared, right? Learning how to process, the emotion is the most important thing, which I definitely didn't learn not a lot older them. Sure. Their parents other doing that..

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03:29 min | 1 year ago

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"And who's that one? Who's the lead in that the dude? What is his name that got a crush on the guys? Yeah. Me too everyone. Everyone does. He's amazing. And now we can't remember his name geared Garcia Bernal. All right. Yeah. That's middle name. Yeah, that's it. Okay. We, we got there need to see that for sure. I don't know. Why didn't I think you'd enjoy it? You know, my first I wanna see my first exposure to Michelle gantries work was must have been the white stripes, which wanted the LEGO video. He's done a few videos for them. Specifically the LEGO video which was yet fell in love with a girl great song. Yeah. Which was I wanna see like two years before attornal sunshine came out. But was that his deals he music video guy? He's done a lot of him. He's done a lot of them. He's done a lot of videos for Bjork. Oh, I don't know if he's still, you know, he still does. He's done a bunch for her. He's done a couple of four the chemical brothers. There's this one in particular that I really enjoy for the song Stargate tar. And also, I think he also did let forever be, which was kind of prop base. But you see this lake all these camera tricks. You know, that's his thing camera tricks, practical effects props, stop motion. Right force perspective, force perspective, all of those kind of, like, really neat thing. It's just a school. It's old school. You know, you have kind of more visceral reaction. Omos seeing this lake the physical things that they're doing as opposed to doing everything in post, there's nothing wrong with that. But it gives it such a distinct feel which I just love. Yeah. And there's something there's a very playful spirit in his work. Sort of childlike at time DIY, I think is great. And I love that combination of sort of telling these really serious stories in some ways paired with that, you know, get this really neat balance. I think a really loved become rewind me, too. And I haven't seen it in a long time. And I kind of forgot about it until I was kind of looking up his work. That's like, oh man. I need to see that again. That's such a fun movie. Jack black and most staff. What a pair that you get actor. I wanted to be like every movie also Glover, Danny Glover was he in it? I believe, so I think he had braces. I he was good. Danny, Danny Glover. Danny Glover not Donald clever. I was like, wait. Hold on Eireann. Yeah. Donald Glover for AT L, not him. Danny Glover Glover of lethal weapon fame. He's too old for this shit. They're not related. Are they? I don't think I don't think so. I don't think they are. So obviously a lot of practical effects. They apparently he he so like has just flights of fancy onset that their rehearsals in they're blocking. And staging of, of the actual scenes kind of goes out the door, which is very frustrating for a DP. Oh, I'm sure, and so they said that they had to hand held cameras shoot, virtually three hundred sixty degrees of every single scene..

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03:56 min | 1 year ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

"And then movies, like, I don't know if you saw Tully, I didn't see Tali, but I remember seeing the trailer for tolling so good. Yeah. Just any movie though, where she's just more grounded and, and acting. And I'm like a regular role. She so talented. Did you see arrested development? Yes. And she went she was in that, that's all I'm going to save. I thought she was just totally area. Yeah. She's like sitting there playing the banjo and yeah, she's really funny. She's wonderful. I did not see Tomich blonde yet either. Which I really wanna see. I really liked Tomek blonde but I think I was hoping for, I'm not sure wasn't the same team that John wick, I think it was, which is what got me really pumped to see it. You know, especially as a woman. It's like you just don't see as many bad us, female roads and things, and so to take John wick type character and put, you know, put a female spin on it. I thought was great. And now I'm trying to think I remember seeing the movie and loving it, but having these feelings, like, oh, I wish it had this or that. But at this point, we're speaking about it. I can't remember whether this or that was so check it out. Just now have watched the John wick movies. Yeah. As of like two weeks. Third one. Yeah. Not yet. I haven't either. No. I love the first one. Now. I like the first two I thought your great and Kano's just watch the second one again. Kion is awesome. And I'm really happy that he's having this sort of. Yeah. Resurgence. Totally everybody, just yeah. Everybody just loves Kiana. I know he's, he's hard to not like because every store you. Hear of his real life. Exactly is just seems like the kindest gentlest nicest guy kind of tragic pattern of things in his life really empathize with that. And, and he lose a girlfriend that he was. I think she died, right? Yeah. I think he's a car accident and their child, maybe she's pregnant something like that. It was a whole thing. And then like his sister had cancer. It's just a wide. It's a lot to hit someone with. Yeah. I think people think humans, I don't know. We all go through that stuff. And when you hear about you looking for connections. Right. Even if it's a movie star. Absolutely. When you hear about this, some tragedy befall? Someone. It connects us all little tighter, somehow so too. Yeah, it humanizes him. And also, you know, the whole thing about him donating, however, much like, however, millions of dollars on the matrix like the crew. And yeah, stuff like that is awesome. I just recently saw this said, Cheonan mean I'm not a my memes, I know that's old but it is. But it's still relevant. It's So so it's. it's really cute just on that bench on the bench. There's also one where he's like sitting on the subway or something. Yeah. There's I think there's a number of them now I think he's just read interviews, re talks about being alone, and like kind of solitary person. He's like I don't have anyone. No. I saw something about that million people in the world are, like take me. Yeah, I was just gonna say that I saw something, and then all of the comments are like elevating with you like L be with you. I love you women, just like okay let's really nice. But that's also it becomes creepy. Yes. Sure. The reality is that like, you don't know this guy. Yeah, absolutely doesn't want to. He doesn't want you to hang out, so you did settle on attornal sunshine of the spotless mind did was very exciting for me from two thousand four written by Charlie Kaufman, directed by the great, Michelle gone, dri, yes, this kind of fit like when you said that even what little new about you. I was like, all right. Art. Artists artistic film. Yeah. It seems to kinda match, I think, and if you which, you know, I'll show you later..

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"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Really to pursue his own dreams of blacksmith thing full-time. All this other cool stuff. You know, he was running this business for like twenty something years. He wanted to be a smitty, I think so, you know, and certain things happen. That replaced him in that direction. So I found myself looking for work, and as I have in the past turned to creative placement agency did a couple shorter freelance stints at other companies, those Aleka Tim thing for greater types temp or just or lease men. It depends you know, it's, it's all of the above. There's a lot of different options as far as that, but I tempted a couple of places, and then got an interview for house to four which I was really stoked about to Gino about the company and stuff. I did not a whole lot. But I knew enough that I was like, okay, this is something because for me I, I would like. To work on things that I feel kind of contribute, right? Something to the greater good in some way or sharing knowledge and all of this kind of stuff versus jobs have had in the past like designing marketing for selling close to teenager. You know, especially for me personally, like I just don't right? I just don't care about that. It's not fulfill still love doing the design work. Now I I love being a designer, but it makes a huge difference when the product you're designing for is something that you feel. I don't know matters on a higher level. How does that the case here would say I do like it? You know I like it a lot. But it was really stoked about it actually started freelancing here. Right. New that did that for a couple of months before they brought me on fulltime and it's been really good. It's nice variety of work. I like that a lot. You know, every show is kind of unique so you do it all to have you done every show, not every show, but most. Definitely done. Most of them, that's gotta be kinda cool because we've got a pretty sizable network. Now and if you don't even have one, but if we had a big splash page with all of our shit on their that's like Pam peacock all over the place, a lot of it. Yeah. Yeah. It's, it's, it's really neat. And to know that so many people or, you know, whether they're ever going to think about that or not. Well, it's important, you know, it's like the wine bottle. It's, it's the window in and that's so important, especially with discovery being a problem like people surf around on itunes, and that, that album art is like key, you know. Yeah, it's the first very first impression. Yeah, yeah. It's been really fun. I enjoy it. Well, what about movies growing up was that as a military kids, you have siblings and stuff or I have very complicated? Family situation. Can be get into that. If you on very quickly. I mean, it's not too crazy. But if basically my dad's slave. To draw it, I was about to draw you ven diagram, and then I realized no one else can see it, but they might do it anyways flipped over the great purpose. Everyone. So pretty much. My dad is. I think it's eighteen years older than my mom. Okay. So my dad had two sons already when they met who were teenagers. He's seventy five. Oh, wow. I will be thirty five this year. So he was forty when I was. Yeah, I thought you were twenty five that's what people think sometimes. Yeah. That's the thing in my life. But, you know, so they had a big age gap. My dad already had kids. My parents got married and had me. My parents ended up getting divorced. And my mom had two more daughters with her new husband. So my, my brothers or something like fourteen and fifteen years older than. My half. Brothers, half sisters are twelve and eighteen years younger than I am. So little island there in the exact I'm the middle of the Van Dyke. Yeah. So that's the thing is I always tell people like I am simultaneously truly an only child, and oldest child a youngest child and a middle child. So I think probably all those things. Yeah, I think it explains a lot about my personality. Yeah. Well, how about movies and stuff growing up?.

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Movie Crush

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Thrive over the years in the Arctic and creative community really blowing up right now. It's feels like a really special time to be a part of it for sure. I'm really excited. It was a good move for me. So do you knew? No one here. Did you move here? One of my best friends, basically, we met in college in DC ING, and what school, the Art Institute of Washington. I believe is closing soon. Really? Yeah. What's their deal? They're very four prophets school. And there's just a lot of problematic issues that kind of connected to that, not to, you know, to not get too into it, but I know several of their schools have been closing including I wanna see the one indicator, one indicator, and I think there's another one in Atlanta that might still be open. But yeah, it's a it's you get a degree in stuff, though, right? Yeah. It just cost you a lot. Cost you a lot, you learn a lot. Yeah. I feel like I learned enough. But for me, I feel a lot of people have the issue where it feels like you're paying just a shitload of money. Learn the software, right? Mostly to learn this off to wear, so they're not teaching the creative stuff as much they are. I just think. I'm not sure it's it's you don't have to get in. Yeah, it's hard. It's hard without opening the whole, but, you know, but you met you had a friend there. I had a friend, there one way best friends. We've stayed really good friends for years. And I ended up moving to California and he moved to Atlanta. So when it was time for me to sort of figure out, what is the next step in my life Atlanta's seem like a really good option, and it worked out for me because it was kinda like walking induced situation where his friends or probably going to be my friends, because we know that we're already very like minded were into the same kind of thing. So it was really easy question. Yeah. That's cool. And they are your friends now they are my friends now. And, you know, some of us are in this collective together so yeah, it's really fun. That's really brave. Never. I mean, I guess a move to LA and I had a group of friends there. But I was older. I don't know. I Meyer your generation. Yeah. I mean think you guys you're like braver than we were possibly, it might be partly that and just partly the realization that if we just don't make things happen for. So, you know, I feel like things are different in certain ways like our parents generation is kind of, like, you know, you go to college, you get a good job and things fall into place. You kind of you pay your dues and things workout. And it just doesn't seem to be that way as much anymore. So many different reasons. Make your own way. Yeah. I think so. So we're you always doing art as a kid growing up a suspect. You always head had the, the talent. I think so I'd like to say. So it's something that I definitely dove into much more in my twenties. And now it's like you know, especially me kind of figuring out personally. How therapeutic art is for me. And how much it helps me. Stay balanced. Like it's my mental health really, you know, it helps with all of that kind of stuff this consistency and the expression and sort of the meditative, qualities that it can have no. What about doing album art is? That's what we call it, by the way, everybody for podcasts called album, art. It's called album, art. But most mistakenly referred to it as logo, which I mean, it kind of is. But if you're going to be like designed snobby about it, logos and other right word, not that it matters. I'm just gonna say that. How did you come to us? I when I moved to Atlanta, I started working for small marketing agency, cater, which I loved, it was one of the best jobs, I've ever had heavy duty branding. Don't know them. Sounds familiar though. But that company just kind of ended up going into different direction. The owner ended up sort of taking steps to really to pursue his own dreams of blacksmith thing full-time. All this other cool stuff. You know, he was running this business for like twenty something years. He wanted to be a smitty, I think so, you know, and certain things happen. That replaced him in that direction. So I found myself looking for work, and as I have in the past turned to.

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"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

"So I've actually spent about two thirds of my life in California, but in two different chunks. Okay, so childhood, and then teenage years, mostly were in Virginia. And then I moved back to California, and my early what part Costa Mesa, I grew up in San Bernardino, which is like inland empire. Yeah. Costa Mesa made mid central Orange County. Okay. So, you know, like the real Laguna beach, right? I mean it's not right by but it's right. I'm just trying to give you some kind of point of reference. What about Virginia? Where are you moving around to those disparate places? Both of my parents were in the. -tary different times. Oh interest, so yeah. That's why I was born in the Philippines. My dad was stationed out there in the air force. Oh, so we moved back to the states when I was a baby. And then when I was around, I guess, nine nine or ten my mom joined the navy really brought us to Virginia. Yeah. There's quite an age gap between my parents and that kind of explains interest. It's a whole thing. Wow. I moved to Atlanta the end of twenty fifteen. So I've been here for few years. What brought you doing? Lanta. I needed a lower cost of living. I think I love California. And I'm homesick for California all the time. Yeah. Which part going to LA cool, and then, like era ahead ago every year for the maximum Arrowhead. Yeah. That should be fun. It's great. This is like my eighth one. I think. Yeah. Okay. Sounds fun. Yeah. It Lanta also has a really great art scene. So the art community here is growing, and thriving. And that's something that I wanted to kind of be a part of so, you know graphic designer as a job. Yeah, what's your background in art, where did that I'll start I feel like I've always been creative. And when I was in high school, they had somebody come from, I don't really want to necessarily endorse the Art Institute as an organization because there's a lot of problems with it. But someone came to visit a class, I was taking like a desktop publishing class and I was like, oh, I could do this stuff for a job like the seems really cool. That's so important. No. Yeah, I feel like I got really lucky. Because for me, it was kind of a matter of I can do something creative and not be the quote unquote, starving artists, and sort of have that covered have a stable income so that which is what I do now with my free time I spend a lot of time making my own are. And what I do a lot of paintings I could show you later, but I make a lot of space arts. Okay. It's kind of like. Yeah. If you think of, like outer space as sort of a representation of inner space..

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"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Hey, everybody. Welcome to movie crush right? Eight interview addition, I got back on the horse everyone after the sickness and was able to reschedule with Pam peacock from here in the office. Pam is our in house graphic designer. She is an artist obviously. And she, she does all the album art almost all the Albemarle for all of our shows on the network were designed and drawn and done by Pam. So if you're a fan of the, the iheart network and our podcast and you have found some of our shows through those splash pages with the cool album, that's because of Pam she's super talented and one reason I asked Pam guys, because I just didn't know him that well, and it's good chance to get to know someone to sit across from them and determine the phone's off and just have a good conversation. It's, it's said it before it's one of the reasons I do the show. And I knew Pam was cool, and fun, and had a good creative aesthetic. And so I thought, hey, let's get her in here and get to know Pam a little bit better. And that's what we did. And she picked eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, which does not surprise me. Very quirky kind of cool, creative movie just like Pam is, and it turns out that she's wonderful. We had a really great talk, and it was a great pleasure, getting to know Pam in her background, and I got a new pal in the office. Everyone who's been working with me for a year and a half. Ramsey's nodding his he already knows Pam, how cool she is. But there's a lot of fun. So here we go with Pam peacock on eternal sunshine of the spotless mind. Have you ever done this before the excited excited? I've been exciting you've been exhausted. Is that a dig excited because I delayed this, maybe a little bit thousand times, you know, we only delayed it a little bit. Yeah. So, you know, everyone knew I was sick last week and had to jigger things around. And thank you for your patience. Yeah. No problem and your kindness and then. I think so. It was very cute. You sent me a picture of the post, it note with all the various crossed out false starts and said, I'm running can't delayed anymore because I'm running out of room in the post. It note they could've found another post it. But I think it's better that we're just getting it done. It was very nice way, the longer, I wait to do things the more nervous, I get so. Oh. Do the thing and I feel prepared. And you know what's any threat by like to know more about your background Pam because this is a good chance for me to get to know you, I know we've never had a real conversation before, which I think, is kind of funny, it's weird that way this office, sometimes people here. I don't even know who they are me to write people now too, though. So it's kind of different these days. But yeah it's just funny. Like I've been here. What may be just over a year and a half. I guess, and I mean, I know you, I've seen you, we say hi to each other, but I was telling a friend the other day, I was coming on movie cries, and that's exactly what I said, was Chuck. And I have never had real conversation before. And I've never done a podcast before. And it's gonna be this whole experience of like. Well, that's personally. Why sitting across from this man who is your colleagues? Yeah. Man. I'm no man. Let's see. Ramsey's even laughing just two grown-up boy. Yeah. Sort of. So where are you from? I was born in Philippines. Okay. Very long story short lived in. California's a kid move to Virginia. Think anew, the California thing for..

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"pam peacock" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"He moves to the UK and begins to build a reputation as a RIC loose almost JD Salinger level, but maybe not quite he voids interviews. They're barely any photographs of them. None of them are formal and he spends little time outside of the studio. He looks like you would picture a typical hermit might look the beard beard, kind of shaggy, unkempt on Chem tear, and it should be noted that he takes huge breaks in between feature films as the years go by and your last four films. I want to say three or four. As it were so parents Malick? Yeah, it it takes them a long time between projects and there is more history there of of other films. He tried to get off the ground and for one reason or other didn't end up happening, or he decided he didn't wanna make? Probably the biggest one is an Opole Ian that he was going to do. I think after two thousand one and he spent years and years kind of creating this like day by day account of Napoleon's life. He had this whole like index card catalog system of where Napoleon was on like every single day of his life just about and he made, you know, he put years of his life into it. And ultimately, there was other Napoleon movies that came out in the same period that did not perform well at the box office and he couldn't get it made after that. You have never seen in a Polian movie because Napoleon Bill and Ted, but you'd think that you know, maybe he's just an unsympathetic character. She's very okay. That must be but Casey to your point. So this whole methodical card catalog system probably a bit of a neurotic room. A little bit ler and obsessive. Yeah. Yeah, he was a sweet thing. I found in the research while he was living in the UK and becoming increasingly reclusive his sister would tape football and baseball games for some of his favorite teams like the New York Giants, and she would send him to send these to him in the mail. So he's still had that human connection. Stanley Kubrick dies in his sleep on March seventh nineteen ninety nine mere hours after delivering a print of eyes wide shut in this would become his last film, but it's where our story really begins. We'll get to it after a word from our sponsors. Hey, guys, check out this mug. Oh, gee, nice. That's our new logo. That is our new logo made by Paul decades and Pam peacock. We have partnered with t public. A lot of people over the years have asked us to make t. shirts and we had we had a couple of designs around for wild, but now it's a whole new world. Oh yeah. And that's t. e. public by the way. And it's really exciting if you purchase something from t public in our store, it supports us directly which if you, if you want to contribute to the show, we always want your questions. We want your ideas reps odes, but another thing you can do is I mean, monetarily, help us out not to mention that these things, all of the products that they make from like phone cases to that sweet coffee mug, Ben and swigging out of right now to the shirts in question, everything's made on demand, so it's not like we have this massive warehouse of like stuff that may or may not ever be butts, whatever you want gets made for you. And that's pretty cool. The greed and speaking of. Of you. We are also on the lookout for new design. So if you have an idea that you think your fellow listeners with like send it our way, I'm still waiting for a Scottish t shirt. I think that's a home run. Oh, that's happening. Imagine yourself walking in Times Square with a giant hand and stuff it a want you to know across your chest, letting everybody know around you that you know some things that you're not supposed to. You can make that dream a reality. All you have to do is check out our store as t- public dot com slash stuff. They don't want you to know..

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"pam peacock" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"pam peacock" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

"The hunger for knowledge mutated into a lust for power the control group from how stuff works subscribe for free on apple podcasts from ufo's to psychic powers into government conspiracies history is riddled with unexplained events you can turn back now or learn the stuff they don't want you to know welcome back to the show my name is matt the coal me ben we are joined of course with our super producer paul deck and on the ones and two's most importantly you are here you are you and that makes this stuff they don't want you to know that's what this is brand new logo rocking feeling good yeah that's true we have the six finger logo a designed by the way a by our super producer paul paul nice work sir with consultation from our graphic artist team yeah pam yeah we could say your name it's okay pam is awesome pam peacock yeah and we have a situation here where in it may be deceptively easy to think that there are only three or four people involved in stuff they don't want you to know that could not be further from the truth because this podcast like many many other things in the world has an entire team behind the curtain actively working to make stuff like this sound easy i think we have the easiest jobs on the team to be honest sure oh absolutely we we just get in here and ramble man as what i do you you do the hard stuff just go well then guess what what oh i fell for it no no no no but the reason we're bringing up this idea of a team that often is not acknowledged is because today's episode dives into a something that could easily be seen as the the actions of just a few isolated people absolutely maybe just fifty two of them perhaps as few as fifty two but as we're going to find just like this podcast today's topic has many many many many more people in place some of whom remain mysterious unidentified today if you're listening to this show then you probably won't be surprised matinee are going to go out on a limb and assume you will not be surprised to learn that most governments at one point or another love them or hate him have purpose trated secret illegal programs against either they're citizens or citizens of another country and since our show is based in the us we naturally tend to explore stories based in this country this one is new exception but it's one you may not have heard of before today we're exploring a classified program known as operation chaos yes and to discuss this program we need to take ourselves back to nineteen fifty four onward just a little bit there to the second indochina war you probably don't know it is that you probably know what as the vietnam war i know that's how i was a little while ago it was a conflict between north and south vietnam which were two separate countries at the time and it lasted from nineteen fifty four until nineteen seventy five now this is distilling it like crazy but this is just to say what it is and you probably already know this north vietnam was a communist government is run by a communist government and they worked with these rebels in south vietnam who were called the viet cong and together they attempted to overthrow the government of south vietnam and this was a terrible terrible conflict that cost the lives of so many and we'll discuss that here shortly but ultimately the physical combat took place in both south vietnam and north vietnam laos and cambodia which are immediately to the west of the vietnam of the the trick there and i guess spoiler alert alternately the north vietnamese were successful in their attempts to overthrow the south vietnamese government yeah yeah and along the way the us got involved you may have heard us reference earlier instances surrounding the the catalyst that set the us on a path to war in this part of the world world most controversial one being the gulf of tonkin incident did we do a whole episode on that yet or do we just do false flags we did false flags where we discussed it at length but i you know maybe we could go deeper who knows who does check out the false flags episode if you have yet to do so there's some pretty interesting stuff there for now we're going to explore the not.

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