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REShow: Eddie Olczyk & Patrick Wilson - Hour 2 (06-04-21)

The Rich Eisen Show

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REShow: Eddie Olczyk & Patrick Wilson - Hour 2 (06-04-21)

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Jay bilas was actor dominic monaghan and now you're rich is all righty hour number. Two of the rich eisen show is on the air. The actor patrick wilson in the latest conjuring film the conjuring the devil made me do it. Which once again in case people are wondering it's not about t jefferson choosing the The second to write key instead of the middle key and master key by the way happy one month anniversary of the airing that show. Hey one month ago may the fourth june. The fourth may be with you. There's no plan doesn't that seem to dancing to it. patrick wilson will be on this program He's a he's a he was in the fargo series season two of fargo which was just dynamite. He's just a great actor and He was on the nfl draft. A thon a couple years ago when i was hosting it A last last year during the pandemic yet is bucks. Had on a lot of people are wondering. Okay you're such a front runner and your new. Tom brady signing a smash cut to now. He's on the program. Jay bilas and our number two dominic monaghan in our number two. I mean jay bilas and our number three dominic monaghan our number three and then a prep star pitcher Frank most sokoto up in the state of connecticut going for his fifth straight. No hitter tomorrow. Decided to call a what we invited them. We invited him and he said yes. And i'm like are we going jinx just by inviting him screw. It may jason folks to legit casino. We we need to talk about that on the back end of this hour. Real quick rich christner wondering would it be bad. You know because we're in the collecting things now. Would if we ask for one of the ball like the no hitter ball. Did you can't ask a high school kid. We have your hat on autograph terrible. Just keep buying your cards and hope that you open a pack like your three years old and get the right car. Find your shoes wonderful. You know hoping your nf t business might take off even though. I don't know if that's what you're doing. I don't know what you guys doing. I'm getting tossed. Whether it's i'll tell you i'm doing tomorrow. Ben the pony thank you for that Segue because he joins us right now from nbc sports. We always talked ponies and pox with this man and yup. We've got the second round of the. Nhl playoffs continuing tonight and then tomorrow on n. b. c. the final leg of the triple crown the belmont stakes from the great city of new york. Eddie olczyk joining us here on the rich eisen show our audio rick. Nice to be with you. How you been a very well thanks. Thanks for having me yet. Great time of year usually And again all of our world's been upside down here the last little while but usually we'd be in probably about game three or four into the stanley cup. Final right considering the season's start a little bit later and Here we are you. Don't just sit to start around two so a great time of year and then you mentioned Little over twenty four hours from now. We'll have the belmont so usually i'm on the coverage for nbc in person. But since i got the assignment of And i'm very happy with the assignment of colorado and vegas vegas right now getting ready for game three whole lots. Lots of like lots of action going on on and off the ice rely especially cincinnati. I i i remember when we talked last year at this time when the show was on. Nbc s n You're in a hotel room. You were quarantining right. If i was in the bubble up in evanston yeah. It was four days without leaving my room and In order to be able to do my job properly. And i got through the four days and we got through the stanley cup finals. In the bubble and here we are down to eighteen It's hard to believe. I mean considering you know everything That the league is elegant leagues but in particular national hockey league with the protocols and everything and yeah they've had a couple of They had a couple of hiccups this year towards the end of the year. Especially with fan couvert. But you know vegas had a little bit of a problem and look it. It's not you know. The national hockey league and players and teams in essential. Part of the organizations are not immune to this cove world that we're living in so we found a way to get through the regular season and in here. We are down to the final eight. So a tip of the hockey helmets the commissioner mr batman bill daley and all the people involved because I think the entertainment value has been through so far so far in these playoffs so I guess They put all the canadian teams in one part of the bracket which you know which means we were definitely going to get a canadian team playing for conference championship which got to You know at least you know. I certainly here in los angeles. The curse of marty mixture mcsorley stick. Mike finally be somehow someway rectified or exercised by the team that that started it all. What do you think of a chance of canadian team. Making the cup finals here handicap. Everything for me from that side of the ledger. Moving on eddie. Had the teams that finished third and fourth respectively in canadian division in winnipeg and montreal takeoff the up into new orleans in the toronto maple then for me at the end of the day. It comes down to being able to put somebody away right like toronto. Had the canadians up. Risk free games to one and the maple weren't able to do it in in game five and they gave the canadians and opportunity to go back home. And then you get to a game six and all of a sudden the game seven and the pressure is certainly on the home team. I would want to game seven in my own building all the time. I only speak from experience of being a member of the new york rangers and ninety four when we had to come back home in play not only in the conference final Or the yeah. The conference final by the devils in double overtime against seven but also win the stanley cup. It against seven but the police were able to do it to have the montreal. Canadian's got a big team. They got a heavy team. They've got a great goaltender carey price. I mean they're starting to score goals now and winnipeg's teen took out arguably the two two of the top five players. We have league in romblon. So i thought it was a flip of a point going in. I saw the way. Montreal played winnipeg lose mark shy. Who got suspended for four games for the big hit on gavin's at the end of the game that's huge loss to the winnipeg jets. But they've been a team that's been able to find ways to win games here with With a defense that maybe as in maybe a two maybe top twelve or fifteen the entire national hockey league. When you talk about the defensive core but hey you can take down and limit edgerton in scoring goals in round one. Why can't they do against came in my opinion. That's offense that we challenge your montreal. So i still get winnipeg a punchers chance here to get to the conference final and then who wins it all because i think at the start of the year. I'm not going to be like some of my colleagues and change seven times over the course of the ice and so for the record i picked colorado with the start of the year. I thought of colorado carolina final I'm still alive on that But colorado like they probably in in in game two back home against vegas. The better team Was the vegas golden knights and give. Philip grew goal center for the odds a lot of credit rich. He played really well in the second third period and overtime and then eventually in overtime they got a power play that being colorado in renton scored and they're up two games. Not so serious can easily one vegas is still in it but it's a must win for the tonight. There is no doubt about it. They have to win this game but cannot go down three thousand seven against colorado. I mean if you can't be eddie olczyk here from nbc sports on the rich eisen show so if you can't be at the actual race track if you can't be at the belmont. What better than las vegas nevada for people to maybe Find find. I think you could find a place right. I look at my feet up. It'd be beautiful. Red rock resort hotel. Hotel truly snow Becoming here for seventeen years. And i will have a great seat tomorrow considering i am not working tomorrow okay I get my feet up all day tomorrow. It'd be able to watch the belmont. And i i promise you i will wear out a path from my seat to the wagering window at the red rock or my express better complicated certainly over work tomorrow. Well on saying at is we're on raider nation radio nine twenty. Am in las vegas. I think he just got your meal. Comped by dropping br. You know i've been going there for a long time. I was there well before anybody knew about the beautiful red rocks. So you know what. I can't wait to get their things Looking forward to a great janney belmont. Yes when he got mile and a half eight horse. The horse probably ended up being the favourite. And it's going to be hard to go against. The favorite of my opinion is a two-horse essential quality. He was a favourite admit kentucky using kentucky derby he ran forth that day. I didn't i didn't like him. I thought he really ran his heart out the race before i thought he'd left his derby race on the track and the race before it came in about a month before he's run a mile and a half a lot of these sources. You know rich won't run a mile and a half the rest of their life but this horses bred to do it before he lost it. The derby being finished he was a perfect. He was five for five in his career. Two year. old champion I think they'll get the perfect setup now to two one five the to you know not not great odds but sometimes you gotta take. What the track is you so for me. It's all about the two horses central quality and horse that won the pretense a three-horse ram bauer. So i'm gonna play a little two three three two box but all my money's gonna be on the nose of central quality in that the chardonnay people the three horse romburg so it is not but they've had a few had a fearsome pointing the preakness. I will say that okay i. i'm. I'm just taking a shot there because if you just keep mentioning the name of the resort that you're in you're trying to get your i'm trying to get at least Some great chardonnay sent to the rich eisen show. So what is your take on. What happened with baffert and baffert saying that. The racing community was so upset about it. And now here we are. It took it took literally forever and a day like let's just say if If baseball the nfl or any any major sport had suspended somebody due to a drug test and it took a million years essentially and actually you started you you put you put the athlete back out there to run to or to compete in a nationwide internationally. Watched event will go. What the hell's going on. So what what is your take on all of what happened. It's interesting to talk about that rich because if you go back a couple of years ago when maximum security the horse that finished the derby lie The finish line first at derby a couple of years ago and then was disqualified for interference on the turn coming from home. Maximum maximum-security is jockey louis says He got he got in trouble for the ride in that race and he got they call them days so he you know he got technically suspended for a couple of days but he appealed that he appealed in not he'd never served those days until a year after year after so two meters this. There's there's a lot. There's a lot of problems there in a lot of areas and horse rates but to me that that's just one of them right like look at it. Costs money to get these types back. The process every state has different rules. Don't let me just make this perfectly clear. Is that the this. The substance that was found in medina spirit. The horse that won the kentucky derby it is not a banned substance. It is allowed up to a certain amount now. The horse tested the amount that was in. There was over the allotted amount. That's bob baffert. That's on his team. He has to wear that It's been a cloud over the sport for for a while and now with the split sample coming back and churchill downs now banning him for the next couple of years and look at bob baffert has to wear that and ask the way that is but again. I think that initially and even through this whole process is when you hear a failed drug test. Everybody just assumes this is something that is not allowed in horse racing If you wanna take it to the next level instead of testing just the the five You know the five horses The top five finishers after the kentucky. Derby test them. All when you go to the pre-race testing why aren't they testing for everything. Instead of just certain things like again. There's there's so many things here. But most importantly asked me about bob baffert. He has to wear this. It's obviously disappointing. But again i want people to know the facts. Is that the substance that was found in the horse that won the kentucky. Derby is a banned substance. The amount that he had an assistant was over the limit. Here's an example rich. If that test was taken in california he would have not. There would have been no red flag. There have been no test in churchill downs. It's different but again. That is on bob baffert that make it perfectly clear. And and that's something that he's going to have to live with. And and and hopefully be better for. And i think that he will you spend the face of the sport for a long long time and In the certainly is in great pretty game but to me there was a lot more to uncover in in our game and horse racing Then then just what has taken place with the kentucky. Derby and i will say this last thing. Is that when you see race. Tracks starting to ban You know bob baffert coming to their track or not allowing to raise here or there or whatever it is. It's like okay. Well i is that going to be consistent line rich. Are you going to sit there and go. Wow if eddie olczyk has a as a positive test or he has had a positive tests. Are you going to ban. Him is much so. Those are the questions i think are being answered on the inside of horse racing as look at. You're going to do this. The bob baffert just because it was the kentucky derby. Well then you better be doing it to the seven or eight guys or are women that are training courses right. Now you're racetrack. Are you going to suspend them as well. Moving forward so again. Everybody has a due process about hat that and unfortunately It came back What they said after the first time and and hopefully The game will be better for ad. Enjoy tonight's proceedings on nbc. 'send puck dropping at ten eastern time. Right there in las vegas nevada Colorado versus the vegas golden knights and then tomorrow The belmont which you will be watching where are going to be watching it again. We're gonna be watching resort and casino in las vegas. All and chris brockman asking the question. You just got him on. Your this is. This could be the most important question i've got now. I know you're gonna box the two three in the exact but can we throw in like third horse when we got that you know Let's go man. I don't know if brad charlie can get the distance known agenda maybe can suck up lately. You know what there's a hockey tie. They're known agenda owned by vinnie teresa viola. They also on the florida panthers. So let's let's let's. Let's throw the hockey in their ponies. Riches is brought me on okay Pucks ponies going out so let's go to three and i believe known agenda. I don't have funny. I believe known agenda is the sixers and then you know if if they don't win we'll just rip up the tickets and say the name vanbiesbrouck down on the ground or or you know what just Just charge it to my room over at the. Take other where's he staying. I couldn't tell and tell yourself. I would say my horse twenty-one picograms. I would do that tomorrow. Down the stretch they come. It's twenty one. Pico grams twenty-one picograms by a nose take a break. The actor patrick wilson. When we come back the emmy and tony nominated actor of the conjuring. The devil made me do it. That's next on the rich eisen show different starts with you. That's why go daddy does more to help you find a name. You can create sell and get found online so any small business could be a driving force to create change or build an empire we know old ideas are cutting anymore so we them for a new generation thinking your way of thinking so whatever you have the mind that will help make a different future find everything you need to get started at go daddy dot com because the future isn't decided yet it's up to us to make it happen star different at go daddy dot com. Do you own or rent your home. Schorr you do and i bet it can be hard work. You know what's easy. Bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. 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I stuck around to extra innings for that night. He was because i did see some people in this town. People that you know people that we have all seen on telecom out. I can't do do it on steroids. What the hell the position my not. I would never do that to you. It is on your honor. I was on steroids at the time. When i made that comment when somebody from arrested development jason bateman in your face jason. There's people disappointed days. Wow but it was better. Call saul now. We're getting to the part. We're getting there where where it moves. It's we're moving slower moving like tortuga. We're moving slowly okay. But they were getting to the part. Where walter white could show up. Are we seeing walter white any times. Well i'll tell you this as an exclusive on the rich eisen show nice. No no no without the mugler it is. There's the exclusive. It just amazes me. Seeing better call saul the number of characters demise eventually met because of your character is it is remarkable. How each and every one of them actually has to be on done. I unfortunately have that association. If i spent any amount of time with someone they end up dying surprisingly so i would suggest you get life insurance. you know you wanna protect your family and everything everything you do that okay. Sorry bryan cranston check out. All of his multiple visits to the show. Youtube dot com slash. Rich eisen show eight four four. Two four rich is the number to dial here on this friday program. We got a ton of guests coming up on this program in our number three jay bilas of from. Espn will join us. As his longtime coach at duke the winningest coach in the history of the sport that he covers so expertly for. Espn is decided to retire. So we'll talk about coach k. With jay bilas coming up Our current guests though chris brockman on the phone right. Yes he is the conjuring the devil made me do it available in theaters and streaming exclusively on. Hbo max today back in the role of ed. Warren is none other than the actor. Patrick wilson how are you patrick. And buddy how you doing. I am better for talking to you. I'm better for talking to you. So back in the role of ed. A paranormal investigator He's been at this awhile. You've been out this law. I literally can't seem to find all the demons. Keep looking everywhere. Have you really looked everywhere. Though patrick at this time my gosh what is it like to return to a role of in your career here yet and you know it's funny is you rarely get this opportunity. I it's easy to say. Oh my god you've done three of them. We've actually meeting the beer. Forget play this role. This is our fourth time Playing ed lorraine warren But i gotta say it's a complete luxury and we have a blast working together. You movies hopefully are really scared of people but we also try to find the heart to humor and all that so it's It's it's actually it's a it's a. It's a real blessing. Because a lot of times you know you you'll sign sequel deals for things and we hope to god. I don't even wanna do this again or it was and we're real lucky that that we have fun making movies and that they work because you know rarely do things both be financially successful and super enjoyable for you. It's a it's a win. Did you grow up liking these types of movies watching these types of movies. No not not really. I mean i you know i was a certainly a big movie guy I wasn't a horror guy. I really wasn't and it was just my relationship with james. Want who. I directed the first two conjuring and we did it together. I another series called insidious couple of movies with him doing that And it was really our relationship and just it was a lot of. I love it i really did. I felt like it it. It actually got me out of my comfort zone. I i you know i. I used to do a lot of theater and a lot of musical theater. S you wanna get into movies. Most of the stuff. That i did was was pretty How do i say it underplayed. A lot of things that was very sort of natural and it was actually it was it was really rewarding to sort of go out there and just let it rip and you know scream and yell and danville dental back to hell if you will get. Yes and obviously you've been nominated for tony For your work on On the stage and angels in america along with also obviously the phantom of the opera which we were in that film. I love in fargo on. Tv what a great tv show that is and was certainly the season you in on that. What was it like to to work on on a tv series based on such a a remarkable movie in fargo. It was fantastic. I mean that movie is is. It always been one of my favorites and i actually by the time. I got the job. The when they offered me the second season. I hadn't seen the first season i was sort of like you. I just felt like. I mean this movie is so revered. How do you do a tv show. And then honestly. One conversation. With noah hawley the showrunner in nearly just guru by a whole series Writer director producer. He just he sold me on it and it was. You know similar tone but a different story and And it was awesome. You know it's funny. Actors tend to guys that played a good guy a lot. You know you always wanna play the villain or the Or the character parts. But i gotta say playing liu so verson in fargo was one of the best roles of my life that because he was it was everything that you want to be. He was that good and solid of a guy that would never backed down from anything but just a pure heart like man. This guy's us makes me feel dirty. It was it was fantastic. And plus you worked with television acting. Legend in ted danson. What was that like is beyond the set with head. My my carnegie mellon fellow carnegie mellon alumni alumnae. Yeah i mean one of the one of the best. Honestly he is He's one of the best. I for a guy that was so successful in tv. He's he's so natural and effortless in i in in making it look natural and effortless which is of course the goal of every actor. Like you know if you see somebody working. You're like ooh they're really working. But you know my. I would rather you just go out and looks like it. Fits looks like looks like that was easy and then my job. 'cause you should be convincing antennas. Just the one of those guys that can go in and out between comedy and drama so funny so charismatic And a great dude. Just a great guy. We spent a lotta time together. Patrick mason here on the rich. Eisen show the conjuring the devil made me do. It is in theaters today also on. Hbo max So what are your sports teams. Which teams do you root for. Listen i grew up in tampa bay brock. Fan big fan. We had a lovely year on my gosh. You sure now. i know it's been. Actually i did that the that. Nfl off on singer last year. Yes and and i have my little hat. And i everyone mocked me for my not running on your show but everyone you know. Oh yeah your book fan. Oh sorry oh. God remember two thousand three. Yeah yeah yeah. Speak waiting so i was. I was super excited for that Big year for campus sports. Does it certainly helps to have tom brady. When you wanna flex you know what. I'm saying it certainly you certainly city of champions for crying out loud. Tampa un unbelievable unbelievable. The rays have been on a great run Now there with the yankees. And i was a huge sports fan. And i've been in you know in around new york longer than actually ever lived in saint petersburg in tampa bay. So i was. I was a yankee fan. Before i was a race fan because there when i was there there were no race. We would go watch spring training and car fan as a kid so And my dad was actually a close friends with the boss. So george steinbrenner actually set me up in my first meeting with an agent. Actually i've never said that before but it's true so second i gotta stop. You will hold on a second. You patrick wilson your father tight with george george m steinbrenner. The third is that what you're saying. Yes my well in camp. The little backstory. My dad was tv anchor Wtt down there for you know. He was anchor for fifty years and he was in tampa. I thirty my brothers the anchor now and my dad and my mom always did this This christmas show that the steinbrenners put on and and For all at risk kids and it's an amazing event. They do every year. My brother now does it. So my point is over the past twenty five years. My dad became very close with With the family so And it was one of those things. Well hey you know your kids going to be an actor when unita when you need some help. Give me a call. You're always like yeah sure. No i wanted to go. I was in college. And i wanted to an agent and And sure enough with a phone. Call 'cause he knew selling many new everybody And yet set me up with an agent and went in there. Like why are you here and i was like my dad's friends with george a ridiculous just pulling out every every every stop. Why not pretty awesome by the way by the way. I like the way that you telling the story using the larry david voice for steinbrenner i thought was patra. I caught that did sound. I mean that's the way he talked. You know unbelievable just like you. just it was. It was awesome. He was he was the. The thing is when you're when you know that family down in tampa different than obviously clearly a much different than your experience as a as a new yorker through the through the lens of of of the yankees but down there because he was so active in the community and all the The that he did it was it was. They're just amazing fantasy. So we've always had a great relationship million just talking about. I've never talk over. Time matters before patrick show for you to do it on right now. And certainly i'm a native new yorker. I'm from staten island. New york diehard yankee fan. And so i. I grew up with a front row seat to steinbrenner seventies yankees eighties nineties on all that. Obviously all the way through to through through his passing You would definitely have to agree that if he was alive. Today you would definitely not be professing your love for anybody other than the yankees on on television or radio. True please. this is very and i will tell you. I will tell you in the mid nineties. When the race finally came came up it could still wear both hats. I could wear the race hat. The double my my original delaware jersey. I could wear them in new york because they're like. Oh it mess we look at you wearing the loser you know and it wasn't really until early two thousands. You know obviously close to two thousand. They they got really close. You felt like Oh god draft pick And that's the story of an actor. It's sort of like wherever you you land. Is you know your home. But i carry such a deep pride for my hometown team as well like that seinfeld episode where elaine was told to take the oriole's hat off stadium that's right. Oh hey i so okay. So during the when the when the red sox won four. And i a dear friend of mine Jodi mckay mitch. Doug mckay which I sat with the red sox wise in yankee stadium. I listen you're offending mine. Of noise since the fourth grade i cannot. I'm not sure red sox in the wife section. Like i won't be jerk. What's your for the yankees But it was a very you know just because you got that coat. Like i'm in yankee stadium. How many red sox dropped And she perfectly understood. Is that with all the red sox. Wise very quietly cheering for my For the yankees and then of course they left saying that we probably won't be back. Of course they came back on. It's so sensitive this sort of stuff. I love it. I love it. Love patrick wilson here on the rich eisen show and so i mean congrats on everything. That you've in your career aquaman obviously do you get a lot of walking around. You know now that we're post pandemic or pre pandemic about aquaman is at the thing that you get a lot because of how remarkably Wide released in successful. That was patrick. Get you know i. I get probably more from the from from the horror movies. Because they get they the f. conjuring and and and an insidious to because of Because with those movies hit people and aquaman. Because i'm you know underwater in a this crazy blonde hair people you know. I'm i'm i'm i'm not as easily recognized for some reason right But yeah. I kind of drifted outlook like every other white guy. I'm okay and how. how will you swim. Patrick you could slimmer now. I grew up in tampa bay. Water swimmer steinburner. Got you your own aditorial back in the day. I'm sure i'm sure the olympics. I don't know wait a minute. George can do everything. It's amazing the conjuring. George made me do it available. Right theaters near the conjuring. The devil made me do it available in theaters in streaming exclusively on. Hbo max today. Patrick thanks for the call. Let's do this more often. So you're you're tampa bay teams. Keep winning so congrats on that. You've got an app. Patrick wilson seventy-three on twitter the real r. e. e. l. Patrick wilson on instagram. Fun stuff right there fun stuff. I'll go down any steinbrenner memory lane. I wonder what george would think about the current yankees up you. May you know what he would think. Boone is gone. Say yeah i. I don't know cashman might be i. Am i about cashman cashman along house cleaning. You know he navigated jean-michel was bob watson. Were were were the ones who were naveh helping cashman navigate some of those waters tonight. Sir finally finally finally yankees red sox first time all season june fourth. What the health. But that means nineteen times between now the end we allow. Yeah we gave me a lot of matchup bass hitting the ball well right now some by mean welcome to the club and it's like please and garrick you know you saw yesterday The conversation that baseball is finally come out and said that Ten game suspension for anybody. That's been found messing with the baseball's we talked about it with John boy earlier this week. And was i cole gave up all those runs. Yesterday he gave a ton of runs a against the rangers few weeks ago to. I'm not saying the yankees or clean. I'm saying i think virtually every team is not doing something doing it. Nobody's talking about it. We're the only ones talk about steroids. Video cheating just like doctoring. The balls apple watches. Everyone's doing it. It's been going on for a hundred and fifty years but this is insane. This is stuff that there's actual substance beat did she. Sports illustrated put on Did a whole big deep dive on a tude just came out today finally. I mean you're not cheating. Though the mets we have the biggest lead in baseball right now by the way three and a half games because they're giving a bombs the teeth again. That's all right that man yesterday booth to ted. She know i love like biased cards. I had to do that man now. Your home run leader by the top three home. Run leaders juniors yeah. It's it's vlad's kid Tat fernando tatis kid and Ronald ronald kuni rate. They're all juniors. Now i'm an old man. I mean tonight's the night we tuned in. Let's go. I might drive to san diego for one of these game. You should absolutely you. Didn't you play golf at petco. Yes we were talking about that this morning. That this morning being halley. Sent you out there right so every year. Calloway does this thing. Down at petco. They set up a nine holes throughout the stadium at amazing in a cool little configuration and a four years ago. Mike and i went down and did it. It's cool tell aid but nobody in the stands though right. Nobody was in the south suburban meyer. On yesterday he goes. I don't how much time you spend down here. And i'm like you know i've kinda done it. All are jacksonville. Where first time ever went there was covering the super bowl the patriots and the eagles and that super bowl flu took three flights to get to the pro bowl after that we left early. Oh yeah i remember that. We went from jacksonville to atlanta low puddle jumper and then from atlanta as she to colorado to denver and denver to hawaii. Wow and the whole network did it. And we remember schefter strolling on the plane from atlanta to denver with shades. On like he was in almost famous we were all given him crack as he strolled on the plane like he was regattas and drink. You know that ride off. That was incredible you so i spent time there in jacksonville then and not only have i. I've done a hit as they say television in the pool we've been in the pool ballgame. We did we did. We did a little bit of stuff at the pool. A pool upon and then jackson develop punts could few jackson deville. I mentioned this urban at halftime. It's off the game jacksonville. up until it was above. The pool was like at the top part of the stadium. You know if you're looking at the end zone. We were in the far end zone. We were in the top right part of the stadium and it was who can hit closest to the pin on the fifty yard line and they gave us like a seven iron. I would have been like fans. Wow marshall as you know is a great stick the port. We never tell you is handicapped. Wanna give you any candy. Never and they asked me to do it and honestly like all i could think of was Steady well no. All all i could think of was the the famous m night shamlan Line of icy dead people. 'cause you know sometimes. My tape delayed swing. It'll it'll balloon out right. And i could hurt somebody but instead i i- compensated and i- i shanked it and But i i i. I didn't hit anybody. Oh my god. I met gene hackman and jacksonville jacksonville city. Second street from me second. Nfl network. i've been everywhere man dude. All right we'll take a break. We'll come back. And i don't know why this came up here today but it came up in my household last night as well mustard on watermelon. I don't understand it. I don't get it apparently lewis liz. Oh does one odyssey created their white-hot putters twenty years ago it ignited putting revolution. And now the most iconic most played and most sought after putter. Insertive all-time is back. Introducing the new white-hot og line of putters from odyssey white hot. Oh is defined by the famous urethane. Insert that golfers everywhere have come to love with an almost mythical combination of sound feel enroll tour players an amateur golfers alike can rejoice in the return of a cherished icon and odyssey took it. 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And okay he did it and Then i go into editing. And i'm watching the show and oh my god. He was so awful he was so bad it was. You couldn't use it. It was much better from behind with my voice. Actually seeing the real the real guy doing it right so that was a scene where he was with costanza with. Who's with elaine. In a restaurant. I think okay and I had a call them up. And tell me was cut dot com. I called yankee stadium. I want to talk to mr steinbrenner's. Larry david you've got on the phone. They said. Mrs steinbrenner's larry david calling from the seinfeld. Show yes yes. Larry what is it i said i said i'm i'm sorry to tell you this is come on. You can tell me. I'm a big boy. I can take it but you slip back in again right. And i have been cut from the show and i said it's not your fault but it's just the scene wasn't working and That was it how it it was a big boy. It took it some people. He told you how he was going to take it. Yeah george steinbrenner and elaine. I would never have guessed. I would have thought that they would have to have been a costanza. George i know there was an elaine seen. I don't know that may have been george seen. I'm not sure i don't remember. How did you enjoy playing steinbrenner. Do you have a blast doing. Yeah it was fun. Yeah i yeah. What's your favorite one. Where you steinbrenner. What was it. I think probably something. I remember the george how to get the cows zones. Yeah this is great as it gets man. I want that as a new job. I haven't seen that semi allow him in the george voice like come on. I'm a big boy. I could take it like. I think that would work for a drop that could be. It could be you know like like somebody like telling somebody someone heading into the weekend. Who needs to be a big boy. this weekend. I like it could be a segment for the football season of two. We call bob's and say well you read talking looking doing. We're making money we're raising revenue. That's what we're doing. Bothers me a model back here in the rich. Eisen show okay so before we get to what. I was teasing which is mustard on watermelon. Say some serious that injury news. I s out of patriots cam. What's the what's the watt christopher. 'cause i'm reading i'm reading in jets you know. Did we got many camp news. We got many camp news which is reporters sitting there. Saying okay jets are doing their red zone drill zack. Wilson was five for five and throwing touchdowns in the red zone drilling jets first team defense which means Maybe we need to improve the defense or the defense. That good in this kid is phenomenal your mind. This story places. When you see the live minicamp tweets by the way. I love it. Now we're know football's close live. Minicamp camped meeting for five against the jets. First team defense in red zone drops. Every single one was touchdown. No field goals being settled for ball doesn't hit the ground beens. We're close is it. Is you know what he was. He was american pie. Stiffler was five for five now then the real the real actual potential. You know who knows kind of news. Oh my goodness 'cause sometimes you get real potential. Who knows kind of news by the way. That's another new segment tax real real potential. Who kinda news. I like that too brought to you by. That's good. no that's a good guy. So what do you got for the race house kind of meals. pinette potential. Who knows kind of news. Mike giardi. nfl network. How the boston guy cam. Newton appeared to hit his shoulder from nfl. Networks patriot reporter. Let's say the boston guy. come on. give them a little argument. Some respect patriots reporter longtime patriots yard. He is great. He is excellent. Thank you cam. Newton appeared to hit his right hand from an hour ago on a helmet and spent considerable time with the trainer and one of the team doctors. Josh mcdaniels checked in on newton before continuing to work with other quarterbacks newton watched the remainder of rack this camp showed his hand. Several teammates took a knee and watch the other. Qb's alternate through seven on seven and eleven on eleven. Now we need to know what happens out of this and as you know To use a seinfeld phrase all injury news from new england goes into the vault. So i don't know we know that i don't know i don't know we don't know who have no idea if newton might have significantly hurt his hand. Maybe and you know what can happen if you had an uncle on top of a helmet those things can actually badness yeah or was he removed because of this is what i would call my house band if i ever had a house band ever or a horse abundance of precaution i know it's abundance of caution but you'd have to twist a little bit abundance of precaution out of abundance of precaution was he sat. Because it's just you know the comes down to. It's maybe he just got dangling. It's amazing how quickly the nfl can go from. It's june fourth every rap counts. I understand. it's a long year. But it's june fourth and we're gonna use every rep towns. Go from that. How quickly go from that to set amount. It's just you for it. It's just you informed with how quickly you can go from man. We're gonna make every moment count. Stay came in. He had the best day with thirteen. Or fourteen team drilled was at a live minicamp Tweet yeah from jeff. How your student with thirteen and fourteen and jeff housing mack. Jones was eight of eleven. Did practice with a compression sleeve all on his lower right leg and limped between all boy. God bless jeff. How the athletic who is on this program. Just so everyone understands. It's not like stacey james one of the top Media relations individuals in all the land. is an and his staff handing out like sheets about how everything went definitely literally out there tallying twelve or thirteen. That was okay. How many was our write it down. Because every rep count unless it's just you forth by the way the jeff how's tweet this guys. He's amazing super detail to talk about. Mac john us on the show. The other day you had death. You went deep into the roster. He did it he did. We're one of the reasons why he did a piece of fifty-six things to look for and when the patriots hit the media portion of they're not even mandatory minicamp this week mac jones's last pass was a miscommunication with hunter. Henry kyle van noy dropped interception and then noted the pass rush was dominant today despite isaiah win. And trent bound not participating. How is zack wilson. Going five for five against his own top defense in red zone drills going to match up with this minicamp story because every rep count unless it's june fourth speaking of it's june fourth so i'm strolling around the kitchen last night. Okay when i'm preoccupied. Because that's the way i live my life and While trying to be present overheard susie seda zander. My twelve year old. What are you talking about mustard on watermelon. And i thought to myself is my son putting muster on watermelon like literally. What's happening right now. And then i come. The were and then i don't really check on yeah Yep and then as i pour myself another glass of montepulcano at four thirty in the afternoon jalen but and then you guys i come in. And you guys talking about mustard on watermelon today. And i'm like that's it popped up in my time line and then ross tucker was asking. Is this really thing. I had to call suzy up before the show. And i'm like i did. Zander put mustard on watermelon. And she said no. It was on tiktok that liz. Oh was doing it. And she said suzy's lizl has a segment of. What's boston or and i love it. Should we do that. I know you are so not sold on tiktok for the rich eisen show. Tj off your at your limit. If you're at your limit but mike we could put you in charge of tiktok center discuss. I'll do tick be fantastically. Tj you can't stand for that teacher you can't stand for that. I don't have any drinks. 'cause might goes viral. Thank you work in the failures over. There wouldn't be funny. I used to deejay back t jacob. Tj knows a lot of buttons over here teaching us. How to handle wicked wicked. We go by the way that's disgusting. That's not busing. i'm disgusting but what's up with that. I think we're just at the point where we're putting weird stuff on foods that doesn't look right and then it's kind of like the cinnamon challenge from a while back or tide pods. You know what i mean. It's one of those type of deals. This is actually not gonna kill you different. Kill you exactly the caning tide pods by the way i mean yes mustard on watermelon. Sounds like the grossest thing i ever independently mustard and watermelon are both excellent yop notch. A plus yes you should we. Should we just agree that condiments and fruit. Don't mix period. Thank you no matter what yes. Mayonnaise ketchup mustard any condiment. Any fruit there are no combinations that we're not putting barbecue sauce on a banana. Who not can we agree on that. Yeah and then on top of it the same on top of it. We're on the subject pineapple on pizza. We're gonna act. I saw over. I saw somebody made a post about that and the responses about from people who were pro it. It's not it was like really you people. You rather eat pineapple on pizza then mustard on watermelon. What are we doing jeff. There was just a pineapple pizza left. I eat that. But that's the problem sometime is that will just say something that is totally disgusting. Would be buzzing will actually compare to when both should not be compared. Exactly both are disgusting. Anyone actually tried this though. They want me mustard in watermelon. Janu mustard period. I e you guys put ketchup on a hotdog. And i know that is absolutely stance on anything that i've just said we understand. Ketchup belongs in the mustard. Ketchup mustard on a hot mustard. Mayo and i hate mustard. Wow both of them by the way last thing just to put a button on this and i share. I am who. I am. Never tried mayonnaise till i was twenty years old. Oh wow snl. Now what was i think. Ask our three jay bilas coming up. I'm putting a mayonnaise. Is anything china. Always have. I have texture problems with food like avocado. I just won't try 'cause it's a texture thing. I just can't do it. I know how healthy it's supposed to be all that list. I wouldn't even. It's just you know with it's nice cream form. Have you tried headway avocados in your smoothies. Oh my god yup. I mean look at brady topnotch. Brady's you by the way i like. You could say look at brady to make a point fifty times over fifty different points. It's the understand that exactly. That's true boat brady super bowl. Go life kids. Keep going the instagram twitter. Tiktok right yeah look brady on your show. I might not wanna look at that but booker brady all been there. Excuse me this is the most relatable moment in this man's life. I mean but and that includes his combine photograph saying that letter. Now look at brady brady damn straight. He works his ass off all year long avocados. I put a bowl. Pineapple on pizza mustard on watermelon. What would you rather eat this. You told you these are false equivalents. I just put it out there. I don't know. I you got another one but away. What if brady crushes it golf. And we heard on june the second plane. And he's on. He's performing on national television partner with phil mickelson against bryson shambo and aaron rodgers and. He is talked the talk that he's done already if he shows up and just fires at pens and we heard on june second. He's not even out there. 'cause aaron says he's his golf game suffering because of his knee injury. 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THE CONJURING THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT - Double Toasted Audio Review

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THE CONJURING THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT - Double Toasted Audio Review

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And of course we are now on this latest film. Chat the conjuring the devil made me do it. The third film. In the i guess. The mainland friday a franchise. You want to see. But it's like the. I mean how many films we'd gotten. So we have the conjuring conjuring to annabel annabel to annabel three. We've had the none. We've had lalla and i think that makes eight. That's eight films nearly a goddamn ten. That's a lot of movies. It's a lot of movements was it was yeah. People don't want it to be tie in with the conjure. The none is the main villain spoilers. So we're gonna actually asking these questions. Because before we get into this review for conjuring the title We're going to talk about just in general the conjuring verse and what we think is worked about. What's been successful with. It hasn't succeeded at that kind of thing but to answer your question. The non was the main villain funding off the conjuring to. Oh yeah because she was bamboozling. That's what the people thought it. Was that bill sikes shaggy day skiing out of my house but really he was a proxy. She just she just Picked him up and also the kirkman man who is also the movie for some reason and she was just using them but it was the non who was the villain the contract. I have failed you in the audience. Oh it's okay. Because i never saw the conjuring too. But and i'm to watch it before coming all really. Yeah and i just got caught up in doing things and the next thing i looked up i was like i only got thirty minutes. There's no time to watch all right. I mean it's pretty. Well let me let me save you some time. It's literally the first movie. Except it's in england and it has a blue gray color palette. Told me that this weekend. I mean some people like it you know i mean both. Those films were commercially and critically he bought. Can't say that for all the films within ray right. Yeah yeah just seem like the The main happens where up so you got a big comic book event and the the the issues that are the event itself who they work. But it's all these satellite issues that that hijack another comment on at them in like i could have easily have not read that. Yeah yeah that was dumb. Or i mean. Yeah it hijacks it and focusing on this good story and then it ends ruined naito. You agree but i've seen the bills and the none. Yeah okay oh shit damn all right. Well let's say this. I tell you this you that will reveal my opinion on the third one. I'm just now. I'll be cool because for my opinion like you. I get not really big into the ghost movies or haunted house films. But i really did appreciate the conjuring doing the same familiar things but it did a few things. I really liked. Liked the whole relationship between the horns. Patrick wilson megan have some pre chemistry and that was full display. It's kind of like these. This professional ghost hunters zero demon. That's a real turn. No i at least. I feel with them in this film university. The warren's work they are only undercut by the fact that the actual warrants would just a bunch of conman. Scam charlatans charleston's absolutely. Yeah this is very much. The fictitious adaptation of their cases of them present. Some much more positive light right probably is better people even with the war. 'cause i was doing some research on them because they're like. Oh yeah we have all these cases in the movies because there's a lot there's a lot of them like holy shit working but allegedly people who had like very diverse opinions on them even skeptics. Like you know what i. I don't believe anything they're saying. But there's such a nice people. And just why they have have said such a like a very kind adaptations of them especially in the country. I mean just to get back to it where this is james. Baby yeah famously. Also the creator the saw franchise and did it at all that now. It's this is right is is his. Yeah he directed the i saw. He did the city films which aren't connected to conjuring but doing the same thing. So yes yes. And yeah and they did all the spin offs and like. Yeah again with the warrants. At least the ones. I've seen really liked them but some of the other ones like the i i recently watched first annabel it. It's one of the worst horror films. I think certainly of the of the twenty ten. Because i'm like there's nothing fucking happens in this godless especially man. We're so excited. Wait whole horror movie based on a doll. Oh this is going to be it. I mean he watches like she's not do injection nothing. Everything happening around her and she's just there she's the forrest gump of scary dolls. Yeah i do like. Did you see the second animal. Yes is that the one at the orphanage jesse. You're okay yes which. I liked that a lot more much more more directed by david enough. Sandberg a lot more stuff happens. Thank god i never saw the third one. I can't remember third one and the one sort of blend together. So this when they get to the weird like marvelous takes place at the same time. As this aware. It happens the beginning of the conjuring you have where they pick up annabel for the first time and those too stupid girls like yes. She was talking to us and everything. He's one of the roommate. It's like why would you want that evil possessed doll. But apparently it takes place between that moment. And everything we've seen the conjuring it's like that weekend after the annabel's like animals crazy weekend haunts the daughter did not see. I have not seen that one either. Never seen the non here. That's even worse than annabel dude. I don't think it's worse than annabel. But it's not better in a way that significant. It's a lot of can something happen. Damn that sounds annabel least falling annabel's and then they did lawler rona which i think everyone typically forgets about which is kind of a little bit connected to like the first annabel movie. I saw that we did see them. I remember it started in a way where i thought this might be something and then by the end is like now. That's too bad. I mean the this one. This new one. Apparently they're working on a couple. More crooked man is their next one. Who is one of the villains proxies in the conjuring to which is the the fairytale character. Who murdered his family. Of course the why. Also they'd be adapting but we talked about the gm's go lower my volume a little bitty little out see better myself but better chat a little bit better right there. I think so. Let me know. I think we're good. I think we're good cool. Cool cool house armed house martin. Son go talk to your talk right now. I hope you're not too low. Good everything sound good. Yeah okay nice. Nice nice quakes. Thanks guys chat. We're going to go ahead and get to review of the conjuring. The devil made me do it. But you're probably listen. Look i see the trailer. I got to know what the hell is going on before we can start discussing this thing so here we go chat. Let's go ahead look at the trailer and we'll come back with our thoughts of the movie. The court accepts the existence of guy every time a witness. Swear to tell the truth. I think it's about time. Accept the existence of the devil. Okay there he's think it hurts solo one arne. Johnson pled not guilty. We think this family was cursed of demonic possession. Not going before a grand jury and saying he was possessed by demons. Happened that allegedly. Maybe we're gonna tell you yes and you're going to be happy. You can't prove that he wasn't damage. Commander listen god you color. I know who you are. That's the shitty. Do to kill me. I read killing them blow and spit in my face. That's assault by the way over. There is the trailer for the conjuring three and of course. This particular story is based on a true story to back it on this show footage. They showed pictures. They have recordings and things and yeah. I mean it's it's it's based around the globe. It's actually cases. They worked on at the pretty much. The same time of each other happened in the same year One was the glatzel exorcist. In case of nine hundred ninety one where the warns came and they assisted family by the way. Jesus christ would. They did the adaptation of. I'm sure they both appreciate patrick. Wilson plane ed in very good plane lorraine respectively alva- fuck and glow upright. But that shows them older they seem to be some younger pitches of them. Fear eventually eventually looking. Like you know. Laura anne war and like you know in the seventies but although i do given this we'll talk a bit like attempt to age them both or at least the patrick and this movie. It's one of the things in the movie was watching it with the with my with. My kids I said kids. Air belts now But i was pointing out to them. I was like okay a lot of what you see here. The the closed everything or very accurate time period. But not the bodies like like you look at patrick wilson and the son of the warren's and all the dudes they're also buff. Yeah i'm just saying like yeah in the seventies. Nobody was looking like that. No that was actually not even considered attractive. You were something of a freak. If you cross regular dude was like the typical body was either was. I don't know like a little hefty or like rail thin or things like that or just just wasn't that it was just it was just an average people were healthy. Yeah thin healthy and what was considered fat was not even that fat at least not compared to now but just getting muscular like that that would only be an athlete right right now just like i said just a regular joe where if the shirts pinching the arm movies martin gonna watch movie a franchise built around these two no pets not body shoot him in the war of course not of course not but it's this like come on. It's what they do what they do. But no not only is is based around the glass lectures case also the nine thousand nine hundred ninety one arne johnson case where apparently he was possessed by the same spirit. That or demon or ghosts. Or what have you that possessed the smallest member of the family and this caused him to commit murder and it was the first case in. Us history where it was. It was a not guilty plea based around demonic possession and the warrants. Were also involved with that. I mean you gotta give it to him yeah well. They're always putting themselves in the news. That kind of things don't where we're gonna make this work for you guys. I sorta got now the real case. What happened was not spores. I mean this is. This is what legitimate happens that arnie johnson that whole plea deal or plea deal but that that not guilty leader. Yeah you got well. Didn't work didn't work and he went to. He went to prison now for that long. Only five years then he actually is a happy ending for the most part but this this bill does have that spoilage. Chance like no. That wasn't real. That's the press told us the warren's they know what the fuck happened this is their story but i will say much like the get into like the meat of it. I wanna structure this like this where. Hey let's talk about the positives or the things that i thought you really stuck out to me. And we'll go into the more of the things that didn't work and soft and then we'll go back and forth that sure but one of the things. I i've always liked about these films especially the first two movies. And and the controversy films that the warrants appeared is just the chemistry. I think between patrick wilson and vera from iga. It's like they really do feel like such a loving couple. Sure in this movie and it's even the smallest things It's just like the holding each other. It feels very intimate and that never feels unlike some of the things that they've investigated inauthentic. It always feels very very real. They look out for each other yet. Authentic like it'd be real easy for life so feel cheesy and for the most part it doesn't yeah And i mean some things about to say something like that would be a spoiler But in in a in a certain way they really do care and look out for each other. Yeah i'm right there with ya and also it doesn't only. It's not only them. But i will say i think i'm gonna play these clips. Sure do you to go there. i don't think that they're the only couple that just works in the movie i think across the board i think most performances in this are more solid like no one's giving a particularly bad performance. No maybe ridiculous. We'll cover a few people in a bit but like even the The couple where we have arne johnson and his girlfriend who are both played by laurie o'connor he plays arnie and sarah catherine hook plays his girlfriend also is the i think the youngest daughter of the glasses like i think their chemistry is on full display again. That authenticity comes across from me. But that doesn't mean that you want. I invited this intimate investors. He stayed whatever me coach. I was there. Whatever is colin lane ever happened that day. We're going to help you. Every way demons on lawyer. He was found and so when they have those scenes between the two young kids. I think all of them come across really well like they're doing well with do a. I kept wondering what something on a fault but the kid plan already. I really did for him. Yeah he plays a character that you have sympathy for. Who's not being whiny. Now he he knew he put himself in a position. He's willing to face whatever and he's being tortured the entire time and league as you can see the actors able to cry on cue and single yes and yeah but you you know so often. You'll be easy to watch his girlfriend. You thinking us we talked. You got to get out of there. She's she's she's sticking by him. He stands by her man even that scene. It's almost like the warren's look at them ago this is us. Yeah yeah totally. Yeah that's next one was gonna make it's like they. They are seeing themselves this movie. It's not only about the warrants next case and kind of the next phase of their live lives as we see. Ed worn his. His health is deteriorating But we also explore like when they first met each other which i thought was. You know. there's really nice and you know maybe a little hokey to degree but it's it for movie that's so full of dark shit. Exactly it's like it's okay. Oh allow right there with the and it's kinda like people are saying clearly lumps. Sorry guys. I'm not sure. That really was quite sir low. I'm have the audio all jacked up raises a little bit more in. yeah. I'm getting messages at the clinton too. Yeah i'm sorry let me Hopefully this one will come across a little louder but it's kind of to that the bouncing the hawkiness with the darker material like that's always a tightrope walk. But i will say. I think this does a pretty good job there. There's a lot of humor in here that i responded to some of it. Some of it on purpose cut someone unintentionally funny but even the scene when the because everyone is always second guessing. The war ends through throughout these movies. And they're like all right well. You don't believe it's come to our house. And i love it good. Yeah that's the you're talking. I think that's what kind of raises these movies. Above a lot of typical goals. Film that we see and it's on full display in this senior here jury. If you can't even convince me tell you what you come over to our house for dinner. We'll show you evidence we've collected over the years introduce you to annabel if not convinced. We'll deal see. She seems like sells the humor. So well even arnie's like what the hell's wrong with you at the franchise side with no. It's like the scene like that like really really works at actress. Zoe ended for about two minutes. Yeah yeah it's great but it sold it because you think you're going to cut the like her going an a whole twenty minutes know that expression was enough and we've been in that god damn a courtroom of their for so many films at this point it's like you just sell people on their reactions. Now that i mean even like this feels to me. They're like okay. I don't allow people talk shit about the warns. Call them con artists charlotte. We're going to throw in a tonnage scenes where they know what exactly what they're doing. They're they're real. There's another seen here. I thought was really funny. But again it showcases The humorous when they're working with the police guards. The the case in arnie johnson house connected maybe to several other cases. I wanna see absolutely not not a psych short-track. She is what you say she is in. This shouldn't be a problem to war right. No way forget it shit. It's even like the subtle thing you see in the background. Like the cops like making the best. I love that to me. Is that patrick wilson. Human like no way my wife's not. She's not some sideshow attraction. He knows what he's doing. This thing through this performance routine i loved. I love the. I'm glad you brought up. Patrick wilson scared because vegetables since like that actor. Every time i look at him like you can either be really healthy. And you know look muscular and things or he's just like schlub can never tell like it's kind of like the lighting. I'm not sure what it is but this is the first time we see him play at warren. Who's health started the tier rate in the eighties. And you know the the reason why was because he was attacked by even probably because the diet. I don't know what they had to prove like. Okay how can we make. Patrick wilson sick looking because he look so healthy and everything. It's like demon attack. I do like how they show his his diseases art problem affecting them throughout the entire film. Some unintentionally funny moments to also. That's a lot of moments where we watch where you're like. Yeah person who just had a heart attack is going to be moving the seattle right. Yeah you have like one time like waddling through force and then like a fucking acts going like jack. Nicholson delays to do the right thing. That's not how this works. Could showcase a little bit of edge warns you know his heart problem but how it adds to the drama the fillmore here this woman targeted and jessica. Maybe there's a connection there me take a look at the talked. Got too fast buddy. What are you doing too fast. And jesus christ timber even the smallest thing and at this point with him. Before i mean he and his wife or doing like fighting ghost going through the crawlspaces. And what have you now he stands op too fast. Like it's too much on them. And i think that's cool because it just shows that they're not able to do this forever and that their work has taken their toll on them and again just makes you feel for these characters so much more so than i really love that now again i think is illnesses sometimes used for comedic effect ties. Especially you know they're gonna use as a crutch the you've seen this Seeing the trailer guys like how. It's us here. it's it's pretty damn funny. I don't know how i can't can't laugh. Cook this fucking hole. There are so many scenes like this this this. This is the tip of the iceberg of him just falling over getting attacked by something poor at but that some of the more. I think maybe intentional funny moments in the film you know covered some of the stuff. I think we like we like the performances. Of patrick wilson. They do good job. Mostly humor in the movie. At least the intentional stuff works really well but then we get to the stuff. I'm like okay. I'm not really sure what you're going to see one more thing i can tell you i liked about this. The structure was different from the at least the second conjuring. Yes from the from the first conjuring because it'd be real easy like hey. We remade the first movie and it worked. Why not just do it again. And it was like oh no. They're going for something different. This is actually more like a procedural on how they're working through a case just having a case that they're trying to prove. I felt like well this. This grounded to something and has me interested in a okay. What are you going to do next way. You're absolutely right. Because that was my biggest criticisms. I recently watched a lot of the country back to back like this week. And you know the country one. I enjoyed it still indulging the tropes that we have a lot goes home but the eagles just doing the same things. All the change was really the aesthetic menounos like all right now. I need more and one of the things. That's one of my. My points later on is how they do change. The structure change the structure of the movie. Which are which. I love because it made it a little bit more fresh even though they're doing the same. Yeah knocking and shit. They aren't reinventing the wheel. But it is. Hey you didn't try to sell me. The same movie already. Sold me before exactly now. We'll definitely sell you a bunch of creepy characters. Whom like there's no way you'll be alive in this world but that's fine that's fine and this is where we get to the stuff. I'm like i'll know if they intended this to come across as comedic as it is or just weird especially who they cast as certain characters in the film we come to a moment. i'm like out. This is really working for me. And it's this one right here. Cadre care for breakfast before we left home worn. This is my wife lori. Okay feces all over my hands. All right this is going to go. That's fair john nobleman he is. He's a great actor he is but he is only cast and things nowadays to play either an evil character or someone. Who's weird this movie. You don't know which one it is. It just face it is at i guess so. Is it a british. I me more like one. This sound british at all i. I don't know what he is. So in the czech capacity whether it's known but australian. Oh yeah famously played death. That's what everyone's screaming. That chad data. He was a weird crazy Monarch or steward case. But yeah his his role in the film you know. He serves to just be weird and to deliver copious amounts of exposition. That's pretty much what he does. You know it's just like this movie is kind of going against what it typically did with the sequel so much to have his inclusion and it's not the fault zone some written but is this like really working for me at this point and it's coming up unintentionally funny because of just how fucking weird he is and his menagerie of the occult and the gonna work out later. He was recommended to see this guy. I'm no no no. I vouch for me. You can help you get like this guy really especially later in the film. I've been bamboozle nine. No it's a they set it up to two especially because it's like because he's so weird you see a lot of stuff coming right off the bat chip john john doubling what he ran introduce him as he's an ex priest you like. Yeah of course. Yeah of course. Yeah what what did he do. Sets up like you did something. Manziel no resigned. Yeah sure sure. Okay now what i did like about this the other thing i liked about this movie and it goes back and forth like sometimes i think it's working like unintentionally funny and it's the inclusion of a an entity that is not a ghost and i thought that was unique. I thought you're changing because all these movies. Every single conjuring film has dealt with the ghost. And this the first one. We're even they tell you it's like someone's cursing these people and it builds on things that we saw even the other movies even the ones we hate him like. That's fucking cool. How did that now. How they use it occasionally. I don't think is always works very well but this new character who we see throughout and it it made me realize what the enemy they picked the individual that we needed for our new goes. Camping demon needs to be something else and would showcase really here for the first time as the worst listening glory hole ever and scream scream at the screen. I know i know. I know literally a capital of caring the new the contrary movie. I'm not making this old brawd very tall very the actress who actually plays whenever i want to wikipedia. Does you look familiar. I did not see her. Like gin wikipedia page roles. Eugene a bond durant okay. Yeah so. I was like hey good good for her. I mean she's using her. Karen abilities the entire film but even like how they said up. Because i'm like okay well. Why is this person doing this. This new threaten the move. The almost feels like ooh it's like the anti warren's or something it's kind of like of the conjuring versus like that's cool and we were asking like. Why is this individual doing this to all these people and the words are like satan. Satan does really. That's all we're gonna get up. No explanations a thing. I have you know a negative to the movie and i feel like i said it's every week i wanna keep bringing it up but it's a bit long because it's two hours long And there's other a two hour movie but we don't really talking about anything. Here it is ghost hunters in a in a bunch of jumps ultimately and even though it did masquerades as a procedural in a court case. It's it's really not that that's not at the heart of it but as it went on so long i started losing the thread of the plot of what we were getting all. Yeah yeah yeah so. By the time it got done. I was like they just dropped a bunch of a bunch of exposition. And i still don't know why she's doing this like the movie ended. I don't know why she was doing all that. Because satan's cool it's literally they people ask this question the film they asked the war right after all. Kind of understand like what's going on. It's very it established early in the beginning. And they're like satan is do. This thing is like fucking stabbing. They dislike worshiping. Satan summoning ghosts. Or what have you. I'm just like i need more than that. But like what's their reason for this the cool threat to establish in future phil. Oh yeah yeah a cult of people who are doing this for some reason that we have yet to determine who's going to be the demon of conjuring verse maybe there's something that would have been unlike. Well okay you're doing something new establishing a whole new threat but it kind of goes nowhere and that's what fresh it's frustrating. Because what what karen does i think. She's called the occultist. I'm a car care for the sake of convenience. She just does all the other news. We're getting the bad stuff. That's the things i'm like. Come on where she says doing all the typical shit that all the other ghosts doing this franchise for the most part. Just i'm just wanting people to haunt them. And i'm just getting kicks for that an look just watching it all. Just watch this guy by the way like scares a lot of the some of the scarce especially in the beginning take place in the middle of the day. That never works for me. Oh really yeah. I just i just don't get that it's full broad daylight and i'm like oh those were really. Yeah because that's that's a feeling of. Hey i i or anybody could be out in the middle of the day living your life doing your thing and something happens fair when it's dark it's like you are up a little bit. Yeah you should be expecting things and you're inviting that on yourself anyway. Yeah like the scene. We just saw him looking into the. Yeah just prior to that. He watches a big rap. Climb into it. I know so your rice. Yeah it's gross and weight if a rats in there while you're sticking your eyeball up do you want to. Yes you're right you're right you make a very good point and they made the scares continue on with arnie during the day and now this is one of the things. I'm like okay because the whole case this whole movies surrounding the fact that arnie johnson murdered his landlord and the reason was was because the fact that he was possessed biden's entity this demon now watching this movie nanny. I know exactly why he killed his landlord. And anyone in this room would have done so because this guy doesn't asshole will you motherfucker fuck up. Please what kind of asshole. I don't care how big of an alcoholic you are. Waste beer like i know. It's all over the place over the rug. Shad carpi right there in the eighties like that. That's going to be a bitch to get out so this guy this character. Who's on the film log. He is so over the top then. I'm like everyone anyone would kill him. This inevitably they would or at least be like. I'm a grab my girlfriend and we're gonna leave calm down dry out but also okay. I felt that way through the first half of all this with him But toward the end. I was like you know what it's hard to know if this guy's really acting this way or the demons making army see this way. They started. get so extreme. I was like wait. This is arnie's vision. Oh let's go back if that's true it wasn't nipple truck. Trucking see could see in the commerce a drunk It's just that he was acting in a way that was so over the top like like i say And as like going on here. Yeah maybe it's meant to be dubious like that. I mean that is. That is a very fair point. But i would i would. I would have lost it by landlord when you are actually repairing shit for your landlady. That's also the opposite. He's constantly when everything for this guy and he does ended up to here. Goes be damned or not but yeah that was kind of inciting incident leads to everything else in the movie. But i was surprised that they wanted to charge him with first degree murder. Because like this guy is like assure you had the knife out he slipped. We don't wanna do the paperwork so many fucking beer beer guy. Of course he would sleep but there are some other funds scenes with ghost karen because she she's busy messing with a army national all these other people because why because she likes nothing else to why that's why and somebody was mean to. Yeah that's it. That's settled down her dark path. But i do like what they were stabbing a rivalry between her and the warrants. Fuck with them. Throw the movie. And especially poor ed earlier. Just blow something in his face but now she's getting the stuff that she pulls it's like nefarious. What she's doing where is she. you know. the two of you have gathered quite the collection. If you've heard her head you so close bitch cat-and-mouse they'd gone on because that was one of the dynamics and the movie was whether or not it leads to anything substantial. That's a matter of opinion. Of course i did like get very much the cat and mouse game with the warren's throughout the entire film but inevitably what's happening though is that karen is just doing the same things we often see in all these the spider of being a new type of threat than we think school. It's the same shit we've always seen i. I don't disagree with you but maybe not the same intensity whereas it is a lot of things we've seen at the same time there's little twist on them and it's not quite the same so much of what we usually see is very cheap. Yeah and i felt like maybe this wasn't imaginative but it wasn't cheap. Yeah yeah it makes sense. No i get like this movie has money like you look at like the original are you. Are you saying like cheap wares. The scarce weren't earned more. Okay that's fair enough. I just felt like allow the scares just. Maybe like they're doing something unique. Like they're using waterbed. Now you know to have a frightening thing that pops up or something. I'm like okay. That's using furniture of the eighties. Or whatever you know. God nice little Creepy face coming up and moving around. But it's it's stuff that we've i feel like we've definitely seen before twenty that whole scene. All i could think about was awful. Lot of people indulge in pittsburgh their backs or something cold heat them like how that works the thing is unless you have it pumped all the way You try to sleep on is not good for your back. And you can't see every little movement does you start. Yeah jiggle so you gotta get it pumped up all the way and things. Don't go well bus. I know and the rooms flooded bobby expensive to probably one bottom eventually such a hassle and of course it might be possessed by demon goes for we but there. There's some other stuff in this movie. That i'm just like okay. Now you just fucking taking. Steel old was real. I mean just right off the bat. I may call in the exorcist. And they don't just call in the excesses go clip footage from the exit opposing in exactly that same like a little change or something but it's pretty much the exact same. See i'm like and this. You got fucking kidding. Come on the behind i light. Where's the lamppost. I mean even have a shot from the regional. Just this show. It's like pretty close what you're doing. You're as a little closer to the house. Maybe there's a little more water on and nobody's missing that it's like that but it's just unnecessary stuff that you didn't need to have to land the tickets. The psycho shot all the site. Oh you know what i didn't but that doesn't there's a ton of shots in this movie from psycho from even things like it more more recently and i mean but right here i have this scene right here and you guys are seeing something like this before. It's not very different. Does the cycle shot all all all the hand set. There was like maybe like another shot with with the knife or some early. I think you are right. Yeah that is the whole thing even shoot in the shower that way early in the movie very early in the movie and then you know they do a couple of new things like the introduction of karen i think is very fond but never be all becomes the same thing the very end right now to the next case and it's too bad because i think it has a lot of potential. There's a lot of things i like about this movie. It's just it just has these issues that prevent it from being like as good as the first film or you know. I mean i think it's i tell you this right now just kind of going back and forth final thoughts in general but i really mind the fact that they tried different things. For the most part they weren't ripping off other movies established like a totally cool new threat and fans of the controversy. I think you'll like it if you read into this. Because there's a lot more to that character and what she's connected to. And i think that's nice but it's still indulges in. All the typical tropes in scares that we are often seen a lot of these haunted house ghost movies. You like that shit any more power to you. Got plenty of here. No doubt about that but like for someone like me. I'm like i was really happy that i'm doing something a little bit different. The fact that it was just emily. This is new but everything else is the same So that bothered me but again the relationship between the warren's you know the patrick wilson verret for megan their story like that's what keeps these movies entertaining at least for me to a certain extent like i like what they're pulling budda overall if i had to give this any type of rating i'd probably give it the same as i maybe give the first film like a high rental. No okay what about you. Well i think. I like this better than you and i don't love it. I mean i guess for me. Maybe it's a grading on a curve. But i normally just don't like movies at all and i was like you know what i i'm having a fondness for this. I don't think it's great it winds on too long. It doesn't really have much important to say. Which is that's the thing for horror movies but there's enough going on here All right. I wasn't digging it. I was being such a rip off artists. But there's so much here for me to like which i normally am not able to say i do. I see where you're saying it doesn't live up to its potential because because of those good things that brings up It it could have gone stronger with some of these elements and really focused on those rather than you know the ghost stuff but also i think i think they are the Lost potential on was the son their son whose work the camera. And it's like there's so much you could be doing with him because what's been happening with children even something that karen says to them about that. Yeah i was like door rate here. You've you've you've drawn this door and now hey maybe take a step in it or to show the potential that could go. Also you know the the love story the warns. I think it's best when it speaks for itself the going back to when they first met and all. It's it's a little hokey. We didn't have to go into it and i found out right before coming over here. They've done some kind of mini feature or documentary. But all about the love of the warrants. And it's really. It's working already. Don't don't do that. And then. Romeo and juliet just let it be what it is but overall i'd say for something that you can watch on. Hbo max scherzer or if you're fan watching the theater i think these these conjuring movies. They they know that whatever. With the franchise the satellite movies. Do these are ones where they spend the money where they spend the time and make them better and while it may not have as much of an impact as the first movie it does try something different and most of what it does different. I appreciate so give it more of a matinee. Okay no that's totally totally. See that writing. Yeah i just hope that they learned from this movie and go okay. We just can't keep doing the same stuff like debut. Establish something really cool here now. Go with the and to your point with their son in son-in-law and their daughter i mean those are other cases like they got involved with all these things. You're going to dab. Then they'd make more new them more characters in the film. And so i'd be all that next generation of the war and this franchise is gonna keep going to keep making money. There's always goes aren't they some. You have that to look forward to the i agree with you. I mean they have all the movies up there on. Hbo max you can watch them all back to back to back in this one aren't they. The the funny thing is every time they go to that trophy room. You use go like well. Here's all the next movies all right here. Or if they decided to do a series like friday the thirteenth zero. Yeah or nightmare on elm street. Which like it's funny. 'cause thirteen did not have jason voorhees at all in that which i wasn't that involved so i did it too but people hated the fact that they didn't have jason do anything big machete way. People hate halloween three because to me too. Yes got nothing to do with jason losing. There's too many goddamn monsters and they're gonna keep making more movies. Have michael myers. Yeah but still i. I like that yeah. I think it's about time they accept the existence of the devil. Okay there he's i think it hurt. So lord you wan- arnie. Johnson pleaded not guilty. We think this family was cursed. Memories counted visit the virginia erin. Space science center discovered four hundred years of history worth row and explorer wide open beaches. Purchase your seat stars ticket and plan your day at visit. Amazoncom the been thinking about mcdonald's old day can't get it off the mind. I can already test it. Got my mind on my mouth and my mouth ready for some mickey days deal. 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David Harbour (Vol. II) & Patrick Wilson & Justin Long (Vol. II) (Live episode!)

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David Harbour (Vol. II) & Patrick Wilson & Justin Long (Vol. II) (Live episode!)

"Hey Guys Josh here. With a quick preamble to today's happy say confused. The following is a live taping of happy. Second fuse that the Bell House in Brooklyn Ferry. I live event ever because of that. The audio quality might not be up to the standards that you usually hear on the show might be a little bit low. Might be some issues here there but for the most part this should be good fewer ears. Hope you guys are having a happy holiday and enjoy this first ever alive. Happy said confused. Today's the news. We're live at the Bell House in Brooklyn with David Harbour and friends. God's how's it going all you pretty people. There are no Jews here tonight are there. Badgers good. I'm glad you too happy. Holidays everybody happy Hannukah. Happy Christmas happy. Whatever you're celebrating? Thank you for coming to Brooklyn tonight. This is awesome So Yeah I've been doing this podcast for five years. I don't know what took me so long but this is our very first live show and I'm so excited you're here tonight. Thank you. There's there's a lot of show to come we've got it. We got some really amazing people hiding backstage if they don't run out on me. Hopefully David Harbour is gonNA show up in a couple minutes. We've got the amazing using Patrick Wilson. He's going to sing his ass off for you and the always charming one people justin long as here. He's going to be also and we've got some games we're going to give out some free stuff People like free stuff. I can see it in your eyes Before we get to David friends I want to bring out Sammy. Sammy come on out here. Sammy is the other voice unhappy. Second fuse she's hauling props with her look at that she's multitasking. Without your milking the applause you took your time you can get a lot of the bunker like once a month month right. Okay have a seat. Sammy was this a good idea. Sammy this took so long to get here tonight very excited that this happened. I'm like I feel like this is something we've been talking about for a long time and then I feel like it was a couple of weeks ago that you're like. Hey we're doing that simple. You could have told only like a year ago when we started a year of yes OK okay. People are seeing our faces. It's a big big moment. Yeah if all else fails we're just GONNA talk about Star Wars for the next hour many times. I've seen it three times. I have a lot on Friday. I've nothing else in my life right now. Yeah we're not GONNA spend well we'll see. Maybe maybe maybe David Harborne friends want to talk about star wars sprint. I heard the door slam one thing the outside. You WanNa talk about because I talked about some some goodies. Sammy is not opposed or she is a legit Sam. Hugh Outweigh under fan. Thank you so much. Thank you SACO psychopath. Thanks for if we see it it. She's like my advisor so like when Sam comes by and I need to really look like I know what I'm talking about. It's it makes me really mad. I don't do it in front of these people but like watch Schacay. Don't be like that I am seeing. It's Okay I love me some Sam Houston is a delight. He's always been very kind to me in the PODCASTS. We've done some sketches. Many of you have probably seen. We'll do more And he was kind enough to donate a few autographed copies of the scraper. Drapeau cotton grabbed. Sammy talk amongst yourselves. Josh wouldn't let me go pick up the books from him directly even he's let me meet him a couple of times but never and like und- babysat during and so I just want to say that I'm a little salty about-this it. It's I understand the greater good working stole one already. I think you actually own this so this is the making. I WANNA give a shout out to Tara Bennett. WHO's very kind nine to contribute these copies of the book they have been signed by Mr Hewison Those of you that are fans of Salmon outlander have submitted your raffle tickets and without further ado. What's pull a stall of them? I Ki- like yet I just really want these. Okay so when you hear your number just come up to the front of the station mall have the two year old school keep. My mom is here and if she wins that you can't I'm going to throw away your ticket could go to you. Sammy you can take it already. Okay bunker perks okay. Seven two two three three two. Oh it's so dark none of you can read it all right. Let's let's read it one more time. Seven two two three two two seven two two three three two. Oh Oh okay all right keep going Sammy. Okay okay okay okay. Next one seven two two two. Oh Ninety nine. Is that a fake out. I don't know what that will. Oh we got someone. We got someone alright going. Sammy okay. Okay you'd be going OK. Seven two two three one three tension with the knife all right good news one more special thing as a devoted Sam Houston fan knows he also has a cause called peak challenge. Yeah so he gave us an autographed hat and a year. Long membership to one of you guys is so we're going to call one name and you're GonNa get a nice little autograph in one of your memberships of my peak challenge right here. It is seven two two three four five breath three four five. Anybody going wants seven two two three four five Vanessa who sneaking up behind you now is going to take your information gap. Yep I give you this. It's all happening we've done. We've never done this before just to remind you amazing mazing okay. So that's that's the way we have some other goodies. That are GONNA go out a little bit later on so stay tuned Sammy. Thank you for stopping and chatting chatting with us today so I do want to mention one one thing before we bring David all proceeds to tonight's events or go which two great causes I want to mention. Both of them and brief one of them is called Community Works and this is a nonprofit arts education organization. That was actually started in my basement basement. My mom started this organization. So it's it's very close to my heart. Yeah give it up. For Mom Horowitz. It was founded in one thousand nine hundred emissions of rich schools and communities and rich educational curricula and Celebrate Neighborhood Cultures and histories. So if you guys are at all interested in contributing to that sort the thing you can send your interest to info at community works and why C. Dot Org that's Info at community works NYC Dot Org other other organization is one of the world's most effective environmental groups the Natural Resources Defense Council for fifty years. They've been suing polluters cleaning up our air air and water and protecting endangered species and places so yes give it up. All they're doing doing is saving the planet that little thing to show your support. Please text climate to act on climates. That's text climate to act on climate and join. NRDC's three million supporters in the fight for cleaner brighter future. Okay that's enough do-gooder stuff for now. Let's get to the fun exciting part of tonight's fun exciting parts. But I want to bring out our main guests He is a star of stage of TV of film. He's the screen actors guild winner. He's a two time screen actors guild nominee this year. He's endlessly charming. He's endlessly talented. He's a human meam generator generator. Let's give it up for one of my favorite human beings. Mr David Harbour. Aw Oh yes a meme generator. By the way. That's a euphemism for he's an idiot. He's just an idiot. He'll just do anything we're GONNA sweater. Let's let's give it for this. I just got this at Kmart Kmart. I'm not the only one wearing this. I'm sure as you can see. Santa is clearly has the high score by raining down terror over on fire breathing dragons worth ten points each. If you're just listening to visit home hopefully we'll have photo evidence on the website in some way doesn't extraordinarily grubbed complex thing that's happening on this sweater. I have no idea what it means. There's a lot going on just as you can study this for generation. The secrets of the ancient scholars will unlock the key. To said this high score and why he is the winner winner. Yeah can I ask a question about Santa Real quick before we get okay. I'm not sure I'm the world's best resource but go ahead. I was told to come out here. ask us. Why do we lie to children like as a culture? I love it right and I was. It's having this conversation with a friend of mine just saying I think it's the greatest thing ever because why did I think it was great. Yeah you just dug your own hole buddy i. I don't know why I just thought it was great because it was just kind of silly. It's a nice thing to all. Yeah we all get together and we're all like let's just trick these kids up until they're like seven right and then they get annoyed with us. Let's all culturally do it and everytime you made a the kid it's like Hey san is coming. You've been nice. We're all in on the joke. I just think that's a really lovely thing and it goes across party. Lines Democrat Republican Republican conservative liberal. We all want to trick children the thing that brings us all together together. Yeah the humiliation in an abstract lying to children that's the platform for twenty twenty. How's your holiday season going man belt? We have to say that. Stop at okay. No go on no. Yeah No. I've lost a couple. I mean I guess you last. You've seen me has been season three of those things where I was. Thank you very much. Thank you very much and I know you're all plotting how large I was. Yes I now. It's fun I know it's the yeah I was the big guy and then in this little movie I've coming out of makeup black widow to a rather large also rather large individual So if you if you haven't seen me in the last six months Sean my waistline has come down considerably. It feels like it's a waste of look the whole thing about stranger things that was kind of like helps. You know the dad bod thing how I know I know and it's like you've abandoned all of us so now I'm going to go Kumail Nangiani. God what do you think about that. But nerve that guy. I saw him because we all had to COMECON together. And we you know all the marvel which by the away if you've never been in a marvel movie and gone to COMECON until I was forty four in your backstage with like every actor you've ever loved your whole life. You know yeah well there's Angelina Jolie eating a ham sandwich sandwich but yeah I saw at that thing and I was like. Hey what's Touches arm or something it was like this stone cement meant incredible nece and I was just immediately mad at him and I'm sure you both can reciprocate to each other soon. Got Some I got got. Some love handles though those will never go. So yeah. Yeah Ross. So we've talked you. You know in depth on the podcast about the arc of your career and everything. I'm just curious like so many. It seemed like this overnight. Success story in your forties and the what. What's it like for you liked? Can you hear people like suddenly notice you and think that came out of nowhere. It's part of you like I've been doing for twenty years. There's actually a large body of work you could go back and look or or is it all like all good. I have been doing it for twenty plus years. I don't think there's a large body. You reason I myself myself consider it. I'm always like people like what are you and I'm like. Oh Yeah I'm I do show called stranger things but what do you want us to watch or something like that show. I mean I think to myself like no sir. You've done a lot of great projects on stage and they're ephemeral and they go out and no one knows the man they don't have this lexicon of work. It's like I'm like no. I didn't really do that. Great place either but I like hung out for a long time auditioned a hell of a lot. WHOA WHOA auditioning for what would be centuries to other people I mean? Thousands of people have rejected me groups groups of people like you remember a network called the WB networks around anymore rights and C. W now right okay. But it's it's Kinda the same thing but back when I was auditioning for it was called the WB and it was a dancing frog. Wasn't PECO's dancing frog with a top hat McCain and strangers in strange. It didn't last with that kind of they were also known for their award winning content their incredible credible sophisticated shows so many times. They thought I was terrible. I mean just being like this guy's awful just years and years years and years of this so if you're starting out in the acting business merry Christmas do you think okay okay. This is the cliche like what if ten fifteen years ago if this success at happen if this role it happened would you have been able to handle it and I would have been a nightmare of a human being. I would've taken it very seriously and take myself even more seriously like I would have been the genius that I always knew. I was and I'm so grateful that it didn't happen. Because once you hit forty You sort of realized that you're going to die like sooner rather than later and so you might as well not take yourself that seriously because you know whatever you just some guy and holiday special. Thanks for Santa Claus in early. I know well well well but I do feel like you know. In my twenties it would have been a nightmare but even guys in their thirties right like a man in whose like thirty who's starting to get successful is like just an impossible person right. You have to really get into your start to realize. Is it like. It's not that big a deal right right what about okay. So the show itself Three seasons in is it surprise. You frankly that it's been as richly actually rewarding and continuously kind of regenerates and kind of goes in places that are creatively satisfying for you. Because that's that's the scary part of being on a long running show is like Oh oh God season three three start phoning him but if anything I'd be honestly I think he's threes as good or better than the other two seasons. I loved it. I loved the yeah. It's different too though right. Yeah I mean for me it. Was You know the fact that you get to do. It's almost like you get to play a different character. Like he is the same character any has these. He's great things about him that I love but even if you look at his costume I you look at Gilligan. Like an every year it's that read for the younger members of the audience. There was a show on television. Called Gilligan's island. Gilligan was a gentleman who was trapped on the island at elite elite of the show. Shall we say lost. It was Kinda lost without any of that there was an island. Well done harwit's trying to connect it to the kid. We all appreciate it and killing war. A red shirt and white you had like he was he was the first mate. Yeah skipper skippers so Gilgen. Every year war. This and I think they'll show ran. Ran like seventy seasons and Gilligan at the beginning was like cast when he was like twenty five or something and then and then even when he was seventy still Tokyo is still out on the red shirt and that it's amazing to watch and hopper gets to wear different shirts and he gets different. You get different ways slides he gets to grow gets different. facially literally becomes a different. You were being like we all do kind of every year and that to me is. What's the saddest so satisfying about about the show is like you can watch what has happened from season? One season two to season three and they can. You can have your favorites. You know there's people that like love season WanNa feel like we we've lost you know what they I loved about it or there's people that love season three and she's a mom was too but that's all fine but to me the ability to actually play in that in that realm on a television. The show is like you never do that so I love that. What about the complexity of working with kids as they transition in age from very pivotal ages? It was like some like even going through puberty CETERA. That's like dicey time for anybody and you're working with these kids has. Is it different working with these kids now. Three years there's in than it was at the star. You know what I did an interview. I'm just saying I got facebook by old teacher. High School teacher of mine. Who said that he heard me do an interview about kids? 'cause I say this a lot I'll say like I'll say they're like five fifteen in your old boys and I was like Ooh when you go to work. You're like I want to hang out with today. Five fifteen in your old boys and I. I've said this before and then I got facebook. My teacher and I thought Oh. Yeah forgetting that their teachers so I wanna say sorry teachers just in general. I guess there are people that are like you know what I'm GonNa go hang out with fifty year old boys the for me. It's not was not the goal I did not sign up. It's weird you know they're they we are growing and it's getting weirder like in the beginning. It was just weird that you're hanging out with eleven and twelve year olds and after they they do a good scene they wanNA hug right. That's that that's the thing it's like it's weird but it's like oh weird and now it's like they wanNA combine. Ask you questions that they they. You don't talk about that a lot of that happening and then this smells calls. I mean I don't. I'm not a particularly great smelling creature anyway but a fifteen year old boy away right. No that's not the way they smell changes. And it doesn't doesn't get better now ever house Winona do great. I love one nine. When Orion thank God for Renault Rider just winona text? She know how to tax. Oh Oh yeah I got some winona text very sweet when she tax emojis emojis No no no no no. Although there is I'm GONNA do some. I'll do a little celebrity gossip tax thing ready. This is my favorite ever so so I've done two. Plays excuse me. Why dropped his name on the floor with fellow Sag nominee for the Irishman? Mr Al Pacino. You know and I do occasionally text with Al Pacino and you think the greatest living actor. He's a monolith. And your your head in your head. You're just like how could you be any more amazing than Al Pacino. And then you see him text. And it's like you're crazy uncle where it's just like it would just be like I don't know Texas is going on some talk shows and you WanNa get calm and it'd be like my my boy like actually the way Emoji like Caterpillar top at Music Note Music Note Music Dancer Guy and makes no sense. You know what's crazy. I can corroborate this Android Jessica chastain has told me that exact exact same no. He is a heavy crazy emoji. Ma'am yeah amazing. I know he's still great in the Irishman. Now let's give give them that so okay with all this newfound power and juice in your career. Did you know what you wanted to do with the hopper juice when it was time to when radio career one shot now. Here's what I'm going to do with it. Uh Huh yeah. I just want to make as many mistakes as I possibly can exhaust people's patients with me. No you know move I. It's funny like I've been in such and I think it is a result of things coming later. A success coming later in life for me. I've always had to be sort of a journeyman actor. I've always had to take jobs to pay the rent like. It's never been a choice a job that I've done until now like I've never turn down work for twenty years when I was working so I've always what it's forced is my perspective to do. Is I have to find the good in things. Like they'll be scripts at all read and I'll have to go like Oh. I could do something with her. That could be interesting so I've never really. I thought too much about like carving out a path I mean. I've been lucky that since this thing has come along like fun things come around. I mean I know that after my experience experience with a certain kind of a franchise I it was not that excited to get back into the comic franchise business because I felt like maybe it wasn't for me and and then black widow came along and there was a This was really fresh and really knew and they they wanted to do You know this really cool stuff with it And so that was really exciting Yeah I I WANNA take Bert on a black widow for you guys have seen the new trailer it's awesome. I was telling you backstage so even as a comic Buchner I wasn't familiar confessed Red Guardian but he looks like a shoelace role for an actor. What was cool and exciting with booze? I mean he looks like a fun guy to play what was cool about him. Yeah I mean I keep wondering what I can tell you. I mean the trailers out now so I can tell you some stuff. Well there's clearly the family dynamic you see at the table right there right and you see him in that suit. Yes which has a captain America vibe I to it yes and you see that he is still able to fit into the suit. Although at one point maybe it had been easier to fit into so the thing was when it was pitched me. It's this idea that this guy in Russia there was this whole other world happening as Captain America in the. US was doing their own thing. And they're sort of forgotten about stepchild or something and so we got a chance to explore this and even the comics Red Guardian is treat it in many different ways. The Red Guardian Mantle is passed around to different people I guess like the Captain America Mantle is somewhat but but we kind of came up with our own thing with him one of the things. I love about them. The most though is the fact that he is past his prime. And I always like Perversions misses a weird word. When you're talking about comic book but I like unique takes On a superhero journey. Do you know what I mean. Not The straight up thing. So it's like He. Yeah he's he's in a weird place with his Superhero Kniss and even with his outfit and with what he's about and so. When pitched me by Kate I remember her saying these the very fundamental things about the character I know when directors talk to me a lot of times I get I get over? You know. I'll be like oh I get it. I know what it is and then she kept revealing to me these other other things about him that are so different and twisty turny and stuff so like even that trailer that you see. There's some great funny moments is great but but he has so many colors to like every time. She told me new things about him I was they made sense but it was like. I can't believe you're going to take him there. I can't believe you're gonNA allow them to do that. I I think it's what we shot was beautiful. I think Cate shortland is beautiful. Incredible Director Rachel Vice is like you know being sent from heaven to grace us with their presence. Florence pugh is like one of the most amazing young actresses interesting of her generations. College Hansen is like the legend already had like whatever twenty nine years older so I think it's GonNa be a really interesting movie. I was really psyched about it. I want to mention we'll have time for a couple of questions. There's a microphone right here in front of me so if if you guys want to line up for a couple of questions feel free I want to compliment you on your amazing turn hosting SNL. I don't know if that's a bucket list moments or the kind of thing that wasn't even like in your you. Can Fatima moment like that but like were you nervous excited. What was that experience like? Yeah it was the most incredible it was total. Buck I mean. I didn't even put on the bucket list to be honest because I never thought it would happen but the fact that it happened was incredible. That experience is really fascinating you you about when you go in Monday. They pitch things Tuesday. The nothing's written come Wednesday morning and I remember on Wednesday sitting in Tompkins Square Park thinking. How do I break my leg so I don't have to do this so I can find a way to get out of this? That's legitimate because I'm terrified that I'm going to ruin my career career. I'm not going to be funny. Everyone clawing horrible ham. And I. It's just GonNa ruin my career and then like things happen Thursday Friday. you start rehearsing. We started shooting at Grouch. Sketch wasn't your idea. That is mine. And this lovely woman Lily Allen's idea That was the only thing I pitched to them. The only thing I pitched them originally it was Barney. The dinosaur China sor by the way but then I asked me graduate better yet and we started shooting that and it starts to get better and then right before you go on for the dress rehearsal. It sunk sunk again and I was like I got the building people. Help me in the dressing room and you do the dress rehearsal and then once I did started doing this show when I went out there and said I can't believe I'm hosting whatever the first line on cue cards is it was like it was a peak moment. I mean I think it's one of those things where it's like when you're playing the super bowl or something it's like you. Whatever happens tonight whether you think I'm funny or not? I'm playing the Super Bowl. So that's you mood. Bravo to thank you. WanNa tell us your name and your question you're GonNa make it we're GONNA make welcome from Jersey. Is a twitter account dedicating off. They just want to know how you're acting on how it benefits those how it makes you feel benefits those around to watch you know everything How it makes you feel to know that you're helping other people in the world like Benefiting arrives no well. That's that's is really nice. I mean that seems like a ridiculous thing to answer just a super nice things to say the God. Whoever wrote that twitter thing is one of the rare people on twitter? Something Nice to say thank you know. That's I you know I mean God i I loved to do it and I do think that s when I am doing it with a greater thing in mind like with with something you know when it's not just about me when it's about playing hopper wentz about playing something that is bigger than myself telling a story that's bigger than myself if it liberates me and so if it if it helps people I mean I think that's just wonderful just makes me feel so great thank you. How's it going? I don't Damian so you do all these calms now conventions engines and the fans go literally insane for you so I think you even want to lock them up. I think even went on a cruise ship of. I'm not mistaken once yet. Yeah right so. What is the craziest fan interaction? That you've had so far it wasn't a comic con but I'll say hey the craziest act and look. Here's the thing like I speak a lot about. What is a very complex for me to talk about? But it's what is what is society. Early Detection does a mental illness I. I don't particularly like to call that. I like to call it. The Neuro Atypical. Perhaps so there is something about people's brains ends at work a little differently so my brain is one of them so I I do think that this person that I had the interaction with I think you know I myself when I'm going through something people laugh at me and I can say that it's okay and I think it's okay okay that we laugh at this person but this person may have had something going on with them at the time. That wasn't strictly about me. I was on an airplane and I have to say that since since getting famous. Airports are really not fun. There's certain things that that have become a lot more fun like. Can I have a table at your restaurant but being an airport is not fun at all and being on an airplane is sometimes not that fun and so I was in airplane and that was a small airplane we were flying from flying from Los Angeles to Atlanta and I sat and I was in I was in first class but I was on the edge on the row here and what I generally tend to do if you want to recognize me on an airplane. I'm the guy with the Ball cap pulled so far down his face just sitting there like this buried in his phone and there was a woman that recognized me or something. Something kind of grabbed me on the shoulder like really hard and was like. Hey Hey Oh my God. I can't believe you're and I was like yeah. Thanks good to meet you take care and she and she was great. She went and sat down and then people fell down. We the plane took off and then right after the plane took off even as people think she came up again and grabbed. My shoulder was like. Hey Hey it's me it's me and I was like yeah. Great cool good zoo okay. Just remember me remember me. I was a great right cool. Yeah I remember you. Whatever you what's up? And then she and then like five minutes went by and then she came up again and she was like. Hey It's me. The House is cool. Great Siegen some remember me and she handed me a note or something went. Went into the bathroom and then up in the first class bathroom. You're not supposed to do whatever the the stewardess came back later. Is that woman flying with you and I said No. I'm on a television show. And then people sometimes think they know me and then she came back and she grabbed me again and said something went back to her seat. And then a couple of stewardesses came by or flight attendants has came by and talked me and then went to take her and they said she had destroyed the bathroom and dental. She kept trying to get to me. They had to restrain her. They were going GonNa have to land the plane in Santa Fe or something that we it was like a bad situation where we were afraid that she might open up the emergency door or something like that. It was just like yeah I was like thanks stranger things. That's like not aww Fun Story. But that was the weirdest fan interaction I've ever had gracie okay. We got time for one more. I'm going to try to come to audience questions a little later. Okay but yes yes. Go ahead all right Rick and I am an old school David Harbour Fan a direct and I'm gonNA prove it right now on to see a Broadway adaption of featuring an eye patch van Hauser from end of watch and out of out of a recently released a masters from the equalizer houser massively my god passer to Santa Fe just on IMDB amd beyond his phone. I saw it. What does this man done to the bathroom here in those roles in recently in an interview you kind of said? They weren't as creatively satisfying as other roles. I clearly we can understand that. But you in those roles meant a lot to. Oh thanks Eh thank you. That's very sweet. No question sort of thing just to compliment. The question was when did we get to. Where do we see? See the Broadway adaptation of Ben Houser in an eye patch and like playing masters. Well never thank you for wanting it. Though you're the only person on planet earth does give it up a rick and his weird all right. This is the time of the night where we need to select the biggest stranger things fan in the audience. I don't know how we're going to do that. David you have of a sense. You're feeling razor. Handle Stranger things change things I think David. Do you want to take the duty. Do you want me to I I can I like yeah. I like tattoos on the arm. There right tattoos all right all right. Can you help great back all right. We are going to play a little game of stranger things Trivia. I'M GONNA destroy. Oh you good luck nerd props David here we go. I love strangers. Okay so you are I do. What's your name Caitlyn? Kaitlyn how this is David AK welcome to. You're doomed. Now I'm GonNa Destroy You Kaitlyn. Love it so we're GONNA ask each of you a series of questions you know the drill basically just write down your answer and we're GonNa see who knows stranger things a little bit better and there may be a prize involved. We'll see these are pretty simple. I think so. Let's see what was the name and no screaming from the audience. Obviously okay what was the name of the season. Three finale talk amongst yourselves. I see I think David. They seem to have some ideas. Kate when you WANNA go first. Okay let's see what you got the battle of court correct David Battle of starker. Okay one one battle at or battle of it is battle of right. Wow Yeah Spell Gaetan Garozzo Gayton matter. Gaitan David is stymied. Hold on on. He is halfway through the second name. Okay who should we go with first. Let's start with David this time. Okay what do you got G. A. T. E. The N. A. R. A. Z.. O. IS INCORRECT. You're missing a Z. When might have have too many to ours? No that zero. I thought that would have been so. Shameful opposes opposes the only ones speaking Gaetan doesn't sings a song famous. From what movie in the season. Three finale okay. David seems to have this one a lot of confidence coming from that couch. Okay calm down simultaneously. It never ending story Iraq back for both of you to what was the password to enter will buyers castle buyers. What was as the password? Oh no come on David Channel Your Inner Joyce buyers. Your credit is on the line Mr Harbour I have no radic asked her. Well done the last one just for fun. How many words does eleven say in the first season of stranger things? We'll see who comes closest. How many different words or how many distinct I mean they're distinct words but if there's repetition that's okay so that doesn't count as it's like? How many words does she know or like many words that she say she actually say yes in the whole season season? Wow just a rough guest guesstimate. Okay David what he got up. I see what you did then. What would've right? It's sadly not right. What do you got forty two closer? It's actually two hundred forty six dominated mandated. Let me show you when you got caitlyn. Hold on. Congratulations I'm the big loser here. AUTOGRAPH ONE CO of hopper here for you give it up or Caitlyn. Thanks Kate when thanks for stopping by all right guys. Let's keep the party going. We have the title of this event was put out there David Harbor and friends. Let's bring out a friend. He is disgusting we talented. He is a dream boat. He can sing maybe he can dance. I don't know we'll find out tonight. Let's give it up for the Great Trick Wilson Off Jeff came from behind. That may not that may play a role later. We can see everybody sneaky. Sneaky that hell over body so low couch it goes on escaping. Good up man Good to see you. This is what we call good. Good podcast content. Mr Wilson. What are the? What are the Wilson family traditions around the holidays LANTA? It's been a busy weekend. I can't my my my wife is here and my parents. Are you guys here to say hilarious. It's busy busy busy. I've two kids two boys. I know the smells of which you spoke out right. Nature the holmium right the whole group. Ah Dagel back me up on this. We were at their the middle school play last following. It's a long story daggs. I got got here. You go so last year when I went to go get cal. CAL's my son my oldest. He's in the east changing in the dressing room which was like some classroom at the school musical physical and I walked it and still to this day. It's like sense memory like like I could. I could tear up and and cry thinking about the smell. It struck me how bad teenagers can smell. I feel like I've been around a lot of bad smells. I've made a lot of bad smells but this was like teenagers. It's legendary yeah. Anyway I digress a creature creature that's growing and becoming another creature going to have some shedding qualities to the air rotates multi multi multi. Yes more. I was the sweating. momoa on the set of Aquaman was he had. He's he's he's smells great. Yeah unusually good. He looks like he probably smells. Right and saying does not smells great. Yeah do you relate. David was referencing. The insane amount of auditions. He went through early in his career. When I think of your career I think if people I refreshed and I remember like it was just in does in America Alamo Hard Candy Phantom these all happened in a two year period like just burst out? So where was the hardship where it was the tanks. Yeah can you please tell us what that was all by by the time that it happened I was already already thirty. Even that's like sixteen seventeen years ago. Yeah I had done. I had had an entire career really somewhat think in in In theater so I I sort of made my way. I'd say here in the city because technically we're in the city but nobody in the city actually thinks Brooklyn is the city so so go right ahead just exploded Brooklyn really the city Pity technically what are the five boroughs less your New Yorker in the news. Not The city. I'm not getting involved the so to be fair I did not. I did not have a lot of hardship. I it's true I'm not. I know there's no way to get out of this conversation without citing like Jack Ass. I'm just going to embrace it. That being said this was the mid ninety s and I was musical theater and there weren't a lot of dudes in musical theater right so we wasn't in musical well. That was a problem. That was yeah I was I was like I did audition for a musical. The boy from Oz. Sure with Mr Hugh Jackman. Oh did you get it. No I was told by my agent that they were really interested in me for the boy from Oz like he has a young lover or something. Yeah sure Jerry played it so they were very interested in me. 'cause they'd see me play and I said about agent I don't do. I don't sing right. They were like they don't care they really WanNa see you for this. But here's some sheet music just in case and I showed up. I thought it would just be a the meeting. There were fifty dudes in. Leg warmers outside like warming and they were like David ready and I was started like and I like how huge Jack Man Big. You're really haired. Thanks great thank you it is. I will say those kind of auditions for for musicals. And it doesn't matter whether it was Broadway or regional theatre. They're the most terrifying so any film. Audition is nothing compared to doing that. Ah Standing whether you can't even see them and there are thirty feet away behind a table and you've got to do like a double period wet and senior high note like ten in the morning. I mean if you can get through that like walking into a meeting with feel about the character I mean that is nothing career wise. Who Do you think in? Your travels deserves the biggest biggest Christmas present from you. Who Do you owe the most free? Well he since passed but Mike Nichols on America. Yeah one hundred percent I mean he he he just handed me a film career that I that I still feel like There's still honestly not a month goes by and and we shot that like start rehearsing two thousand one so long time ago showed that in two thousand and two so but still I swore there's not a month goes goes by that somebody doesn't say you know what angels meant to them so that that Because I went out there I remember having booked and I go out there for dishes. I have a drinking problem and it's for the radio play. Were in the podcast. and Aw and I walked into an audition. La and I forget what it was four and Said Hi Nice to meet you and she goes. Oh I thought your British and I said why and she goes. Because you're thirty and I've never heard of you and that's the business about and and then you come come super defensive. You're like well I have been nominated for Tony's Tony's out the other significant collaborator. That's clearly in recent years mental James Won- so the third conjuring film coming out later this year rights. It's shot. That would be shot. That shot that the summer this past summer the devil made me do the devil made me do. It sounds funny. They're all comedies. A wacky comedies. Are you surprised by that. Franchise did not start out dimes times elevated kind of horror. I think shocked a lot of people. Yeah I mean I'm I'm I'm not surprised by any of these success of James I'm not and and I am surprised by SPINOFFS. I think that was something that I don't think they saw coming until kind of late in the game. And they were testing getting it and people were really responding to some certain demon and it was like. Why don't we do a movie about that? And there's like eight of them. Uh so I mean I knew I remember the conversation very clearly which aims after we had done insidious and he said. So there's this there's this property property that's been one of the most sought after properties and it's of these two ghost hunters the the original ghost hunters. Ed Lorraine Warren and if we can do it right. They'll be a lot of these movies movies because you don't unlike most move really most movies but you're not going through the struggle you're dealing with family. That does so. It's sort of set set up for several movies so it's clearly worked out. What's the What's the word on to your involved? Definitely yes we know that. Yeah me until till not do you know I said well I saw Mama recently and he said that he went in and pitched like something to the studio and they apparently were game. Do you know anything about his pitch for Aqua. He's he he has about one hundred of them he's like dude. You know much act swing. Winging right sounds great I can't wait to see is are there fishing. There are fish burgers. They talk yeah. I don't know but here's the thing he. He is so creative that I'm sure out of the nine nine thousand nine hundred ideas you just one. So and he he does he does have some great ideas. David loves characters name he was really infatuated with or yeah. Do we not feel that. That's missing vowel somewhere to which I responded this is your arm do you need another reminder erm I David P so body that is your. What is your Davis Davis? My arm do you have a name for your David. Your little David Little average-sized Grit Size David. And this is the part where we're supposed to talk about the charities and you went there shirt for the kids unbelievable. Aw we're doing this one for the kids. Patrick can you do me a favor. Tell us a little bit about the natural resources. Defense Council if I give you this as yeah a little action I I'll do dolphin noises in the background. That'd be helpful full there might be a helpful prop. I don't I'm not. I don't feel very warm I really do. I have let me see. There was something. Maybe there's something INFO can we help. Maybe we classic getting Oh I like it I like it. This is actually my man. Can I buy a vowel please. I'd like to eat. So here's some information about the Natural Resources Defense Council which we're benefiting tonight you don't have to do all do as much as you like and let people know this is just about as much as you want to say about these bullet points about the NRDC and just I advocate people a little bit about the good work that they do okay. All it doesn't need to be all no I'm happy I'm I'm here for charity and by the way all jokes aside. I'm glad you guys are too because holidays is about giving as one thing. My parents saw me. Yes seriously. Thank you guys for coming out. HAS IT FIT. It's amazing I love it. I'm going to talk to some fish. Good what's up shark. They WanNA talk to sharks. What other fishes talkie short-term fish? Yes they are a lot of tension. Don't look at me like that. Don't your buddy it's a little bit. Comedian del Arte. Hi Welcome all right. Take it away or when you're ready I think the key to Ormuz no contractions so I have to look into like you would ever say. Don't he would say do not so. I just have to scan this cold weather. No contractions preparation for Orm is very simple simple take out all contractions got it. It's what I do what you do black widow. I feel like you need the rest of the cost him to sell the amount of funding went up when you put on the organisms. Good okay I I can barely read. Please don't look at my giant for its usually covered by helmet proceeds from tonight's festivities titties are going to benefit. NRDC the Natural Resources Defense Council which is one of the most hold on world's most effective environmental groups for fifty years. They have been suing polluters cleaning up air and water and protecting endangered species sees and places. The was the environmental group that went into flint during the water crisis. RDC took government officials. Still with me. Yeah but making the sound like not good like they're doing awesome stuff and like or miss like kind unhappy about it like they're literally saving your habitat or show some God damn respect fair enough fair enough David. I understand why I got a little matty in the first I move today. They are taking on the trump administration. I be mad at trump is yes yes yes yes today. They're taking on the the trump administration relentless attacks on our air water and climate. They've sued the administration over one hundred times and they're winning a big time ninety percent of their cases so far and that does deserve applause. NRDC's number one priority is combating climate change in creating clean energy future to do this. They need your help. Every one of US needs to the rise up and demand climate solutions from our leaders. Every voice counts and twenty twenty is the year we need to make it happen to show your your support lease text climate to act one act on climate climate to show your support text. Clyde lied orm needs reading glasses that salt waters all adjoin. NRDC's three million supporters. It's falling in in the fight for a cleaner brighter future. Yes thank if your hormones I go. I don't know what happened. Her faction alright. Let's keep the party going. We have another amazing guests than other friends. Welcome he's a great actor actor he's a friend to all of us he's a great podcast or now check out his podcast. Life is short. Give it up bird's nest in law all all get nice and cosy. Now get in there. Hey Justin you save the hunky EST for last is alarm sorry. Hello what's your favorite. Your favorite chartering ever played your favorite character name. Have you ever played an arm. I plead characters usually pretty boring names. Paul and Dave Pretty. Yeah Tusk your wallet. Yeah Alvin Yeah right right kind of standard norms. But I I remember these guys from the boy from Oz auditions trump. Fun Boy from ounce. Because I you read it too literally. Took those jokes have been work shopping play. Yeah pretty good. It was better than you thought. Sammy I haven't seen you since you become an amazing podcast or I'm slightly annoyed. At how good you Laura podcast check it out. Check is excellent thank you well. Thanks for inviting me Patrick on to excite. Don't be careful what you wish I'm gonNA bugging your DM's yeah be great. Hasn't been surprising and fun. Has it been. It's it's been so fun I do with my brother Christian. WHO's the funniest person I know and we're just talking about working with with brothers? Patrick Scott some do you have brothers. I don't have a sister the apology. Yeah it's been fight. Yeah how old are. What's the age of forty two years to have brother? He's he's six months old he's he's a great psychic he laughs at everything. I say. A great setup guy you know good listener out. But we can't do it live because he's shooting himself all the time and the gas get a little disturbed. No He's three years younger and then my older brothers two years yeah. That's a tough thing to follow when you say like. Oh you're you're greater podcasting on a podcast. It's it's like saying to a comedian when you meet them. Oh do you do something funny. Funny Tell me a joke. Say something interesting on a podcast. Well let's talk about your westernise career. It finally does. Does it come in waves. What people recognize for what people are enough about me? Let's talk about my career. Any actor could say that probably does it come in waves in terms of what people recognize you talk to you about the street is it. Feels like it's consistently a pie chart of what people acknowledging for. I usually have a sense when somebody's approaching roughly what they're gonNa do what they're going to say like. I can usually tell by the demographic but sometimes it surprises me. Sometimes it's like a fun it throws me and I'm trying to think of some of the funnier ones but There was one that I've told before people have maybe heard this sick of it but Or maybe I'm being arrogant in thinking. Heard me before we're really spiraling it'll be to set up a story damned damned if you do damned if you don't but somebody for for a while item this movie. He's just not that into you. Hold for applause applause But there is usually a type of person that would approach me about that and and often they would ask sometimes had asked for my character in the movie gives relationship advice and stuff and which I'm good at giving but not and So it's oftentimes would ask about that and And it was usually a certain type of person and one day I was passing by a bar in New York and this huge bouncer Samoan Guy I think you know tattoos tattoos and big hand like Mama. Yeah it wasn't but it was a memo adjacent memo ash. It was memo ish. Uh but he he goes yo you I know you I know you man. You played in What's that movie? What's played and I almost answered the Question Forum I was like Oh jeepers creepers or up thing that I thought maybe he was going to say he goes? He ain't feeling more at through me as what I said. Oh He oh you mean he's just not that goes. Yeah Yeah Yeah. He ain't feeling you know more like mckeag. Correct me better title title by the way it also strikes me. So you've been again. This age of the reboot sequel prequel everything. You've been into these rate comedies. That are like the only ones that haven't had continuations namely galaxy quest for applause. The dodgeball Oprah boss. This come close though right like they were going to do it on Amazon right before Alan died in Allan Allan everyone was set to do it and Sam Rockwell. Everybody was on board and Alan was. I think. MISSED THE FIRST EPISODE I. I don't think he obviously didn't know he was sick as he was and So that was that was going to happen and I think now they're talking about but they had scripts I mean they they had it all ready to go and Yeah I can Allen. He would laugh at that by the way he would laugh at them I loved him he. He by the way that the galaxy quest wrap party when crazier than anyone I mean. He was like a maniac on the dance floor. Not Not Kidding. He was so fucking fun all that he was the funniest person and he was so confidently. Funny that he would. I'd say something like very dry and he would sort of dress down and say something that sounded maybe nasty but he meant it. He came from kind. Kind of like Don rickles would do came from a really like warm place but he would never say which I don't think I'll ever in my life have the confidence to do. He would never say I'm just I'm just again and you know he would just let it sit there and and if you took it I if you're insulted by it it'd be like you know that says something about you. But he was so talk. Show I wish I think of an example now but he was just a funny guy. Such a great guy warm would've loved the NRDC thing to just a really beautiful beautiful persons but Yeah but unfortunately we couldn't do it because I think it's happening again galaxy quest. I think somebody's GonNa do it. Paul Scheer was working on something. We'll see what happens. Yeah Yeah so you also met you're a Sam Rockwell on that one. We all love Sam around here. You saw. How do not to make you dance for us but you do one of the Best Sam Rockwell Impressions? I've ever I've ever heard uh-huh I couldn't possibly what's the key to a Sam Rockwell. What's the it's it's the you gotta get a face? Eighth oftentimes with expressions. You find this that I need a word like You know wally. Sean is inconceivable. Obviously in and put Sam's is awesome awesome. It's an and look like you're listening when Sam. He's he kinda studying. You're faced vase and not necessarily listening to what you're saying. He's listening to how he's watching. How you're saying it more or or this to our son fucking awesome? Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Who Am? I God whether it's you know I did Josh Josh Show. I've done it before. And he's he's a great guy. Good Guy Yeah. Yeah that's tremendous also tremendous so clad semi famous now for so many reasons but selfishly. Because is that impression now is I can do it now publicly. I used to be like I have a really good Sam Rockwell impression. It'd be like it'd be like yeah. We have a friend named Leif. Tilden Tilden. Who Played He he did a lot of characters from movies before. CG High That's how old we are like he was in the original teenage mutant Ninja Turtles. Because you don't believe well he would wear. He played Donatello Donatella yes he was. He was in the super and leaf. Has He's a little. He's really really powerful little guy and he has a kind of a higher voice he he always has tremendous. Oh my God that's tremendous and so oh Sam just took that from him so Sam says tremendous allied which is why I think data tremendous. Oh my God it's tremendous but but leave justice would you. Would you mind spreading the good word of community works or other benefactor tonight as either Sam Rockwell. Christopher Walken. Anybody in your lexicon anybody you want to try you do Sam Rocks Sam Rockwell. Doing Chris Walking. That's so funny David. That's so funny you say that they stretch. That's the only way I can do this for. What is SAM's bastardize version? It has gotten better because they've worked together since we can. We take years back to a worse version. Yeah Yeah Okay okay. Yeah Sean was like this. I tell you what it's crazy crazy as his word. That's crazy the whole thing I tell you tonight you should know. It's a nice crowns first of all a lot of beautiful smiling faces stage left and stage rights proceeds from tonight's facilities are going to benefit community works uh-huh Nyc a new york-based cultural educational program to help us the two bridge neighborhood differences now out feels like I'm shortchanging how important this is where we got our laps. Let me try my own. Get the mask the mask. I'm going to try it okay. Listeners snap now for over thirty years. They've been pairing students particularly in Harlem with artists working in from around the area as well as local. Okay Heroes to tell the story of. I can't do that one that's not get any work For to tell the story of an iconic neighborhood that has been the nation's capital for black culture for one hundred years is that me that's been built gone. I can't do this as an impression. This is such good stuff US normally. It's fine whatever you want. Community is opening a permanent. I Dunno my own voice. The community works. That's me there. I am community where REX is opening a community works very very important. Thing is opening a permanent expanded multimedia experienced site this spring for ward winning. Why is everyone still laughing? The Harlem is Music Theater Dance Exhibits at Harlem Hospital Center in Harlem. The exhibit website reflects work that has been seen for over twenty ears by three million visitors. I almost didn't read the million part. I almost said for over twenty years by three visitors that that would be. They was about every six and a half years. We got our doors. We somebody's here for an hour. We will allow one of you in community. Works is also planning permanent homes for exhibits from its Latin roots it's East Harlem installations with partners community works as created performances workshops and community programs for free or at discounted prices brought artists into classrooms offer tours and curriculum the materials about storytelling and local heroes in the classroom. This group deserves your support and to be read slowly and seriously so support them. I by emailing Info at community works. NYC Dot Org amazing the man Hannah thousand voices just long. Thanks Buddy by the way. That was me saying that as as Josh. That was me. Yeah same for the podcast listeners. We just said that this is why you're a consummate podcast thinking of the audience at home. Let's talk about the controversial reversal subject of cats song and dance man hat. Susa cast the movie. Where do you stand on cats as a musical theater aficionado? Have you seen it so the movie. I have not seen the movie. You have to admit if you have you know I will. I will absolutely say the movie I've seen the show. So many times I first Broadway show ever saw was cats. Yeah I lived in Bourbon White Plains. Yeah give it up for White Plains school trip I think ten in years old for ten year olds eight. We have you ever done cats. Did you ever do it. No I auditioned and did not get it really. Did they make you do the kitty litter scratching not so much. Kitty litter they do that. The famous auditioned Shen for cats. was you go online and do a double pure wet either side but that was that was the deal so you had to do your tune and then literally do double Beerwah Anyway. I mean aside from Jellicoe ball thank you again again. I used to be cool to do any more. The good news is Patrick. Is GonNA reform of cats for you right now. I do know so much of that show. And it's so weird that I do but I do know a lot of Petrie dish in for the movie or the no no no no just the point. Yeah I why aren't you in this movie. You know for the past. Why don't we celebrate the holidays in the singing spirit with a great talent? Patrick Doc Wilson. We've got we've got a beautiful. It's Har- a microphone. I'll be singing cats. You can sing whatever you love that. Let's give it up for Patrick. Ross yeah we can talk to to get jammed up here Justin. What are your musical talents? How would you rate them? I'm a great guitar player and singer. I sing do Elvis and all sorts of things. No I'm kidding getting no. I just thought I'd step on Elvis and all sorts of things. That's what should have given you a clue that he was lying. You know no I do the Elvis and all sorts of things. I'm Estrada so I sing. Soprano opera. You didn't know that we haven't talked makes a lot of sense. In retrospect yeah. Yeah not my mother made us play the violin. When I was ten but not interesting for this yeah kept up? Kept it up. Will you guys see cats out of curiosity. I've never seen cats. The can't wait to win by a j you really you eat ten milligrams of weed than I'm GonNa see I am I'm Gonna I'm GONNA eat inedible and I cannot wait. Here's here's here's my question is why does it Surpri like what's the what's the surprised. Everybody's looking at the cats like they look like people like where have you been since since one thousand nine hundred eighty two. They look the same as they have. I mean well I think because how how much they look like. People people are a little freaked out by the stage play. You know you can separate the two yes. I like how the performance is just. Should it have been done done. Yeah I won't bash anything with that Taylor swift is involved. I love. She's truly she's a treasure to me but but I think shredder is. I can't wait for the but in this come on what's the word I'm not kidding nor have I haven't seen it so I can't what do it I can't say anything about it. I can't comment on it but if I had seen it and I and I hate it. I certainly wouldn't tell you right way. Can we expect the next time we do one of these podcasts. That you'll have a Taylor Swift as cats impress rob I vote. I'll try. That'd be tough as a cat as Gary Niche doc doc. Patrick Save us what I would love to do. If you think we can take it down just a little bit so for me. My whole Christmas is really about spending with my family. My mother who's back there was a choir director for a long time and I grew up singing in church choir so for me when I think of Christmas for me. It's all about him so I I wanted to say my favorite him and you're welcome to sing along or just take a moment and think about people that you dig We could pull this off a snow H She oh no More news to Shining in east. Oh own Who knew that orm had autumn feel like the grinch that discovered the heart inside of him? I spill something I don't know about you guys. Happy sad it confused. I thought they try to seek a little little little heart. They're all happy. That was my impression everyone at home. You know something is really good and engaging when people put phones down now I know it's like should be the opposite. I noticed a thing I just saw. James Blake concert the other night and people he was. Ah What you just. It was so beautiful people wanted to be present for it and it's You can't see this at home but people there were very few poems. Those really cool weird about technology. It is totally true though. That's the that is the the the issue that we certainly go through with with kids back to the stinky teenagers is just be present right. Just be present either. Doesn't always need to be you know documentary. We're here and I was actually explain playing this the other day when we see a show and I told my kids we were in the audience and their great audience members. That being said. There's still kids and I said you know. Oh like when you're moving or drinking water or something you know the actors on stage you you can see that like this is not theater like this is theater like the audience is important otherwise otherwise it's useless so it's the thing together that makes the show anyway keeping in the holiday spirit. What's what's top of the list of holiday movies? What's your go-to holiday? Movie of all time diehard. Take it from me. It's one one of those. Yeah no I have a machine gun hole the quote the legendary Allen Rickman Yeah. He's best bill he gave Rockwell called him about playing a villain. Charlie's angels and the hard time making the transition and he said Alan gave him such great advice. That I'll share with you guys for Because it's really it was really cool. Story he said he said do do as little as possible after you do something really terrible because it makes whatever you did that much more menacing means. It's it means it's casual to you. And and Samson what do you mean and he said Allen said whether the for example I can't do now and but but he said after I shot someone one to San which is really really fucking cool by the banality of evil shot someone in Asia. It's a son which is really what anybody else I I go to Scrooge D- I love scrooge myself movie. Oh my God I am. I am huge diehard diehard for me but if I were to pick something different for the sake of this argument slash conversation I would. It's is an argument. I didn't mean Oregon started everything harbor and Ben were friends. David John a heart made fun of my or Mass Alfalfa. Great One perfect movie Any contributions just an I love. I love the cartoons. I Love Mickey's Christmas. Carol and things remind me of my childhood the the grinch Rudolph. Yeah here Hermes who wanted to be a dentist. I love that whole. Yeah you know who makes great holiday. Movies is the hallmark channel. The best best. Yes one. I've seen one today for him. All is the is the dove channel in the whole much. The same thing. There's hallmark now. There's a hallmark. There's a hallmark movie specific channel. I know this. Yeah that's subscribe to that but I haven't channel like like a I was asked to join something on my smart television and it plays movies. That should be hallmark movies. Like one of which was a shock jock from La a big shot. jocks shocks big shot. You got shot shock jock too big for his britches riches Kinda gets taken down to shock real religious town Utah and learn about what it really means is Christmas Easter. Is there Christmas cookie baking competition. Because I imagine there is. There's always a cookie. They always. There's always a bake off and they always have to save an old institution to to Shen. That's closing up for some corporate thing. Moving in Yes yes. I love this movie. Where were you going with this film? I'm GonNa give you a title and you tell me if this actual hallmark movie or something I made up. Okay okay. You're challenging the judge. I'M GONNA lose the Son Of mistletoe the sons of missile. I'M GONNA say no no. Just wait up. The sons is spelled a different name name different West so ns or hallmark. The Sun's mistletoe. I'm GONNA say no. It is a real movie. It's about a foster support. Danger Being closed when it's benefactor dies sounds like ripe for opportunity for bake off. Just how are we going to save this place got some cookie dough. They'll they'll bake cookies but also maybe have some sort of dance competition or like a singing talk to people. You always get out there and there'll be there'll be a man and woman involved who have no real obstacle in terms of them getting together. There's no obstacle but they knew each other from back in the day and they happened to both be single and attractive and for whatever reason they're not getting together until they do this this thing to save the thing that's the plot no obstacle ever there's no stakes it's the best. They're the best. Rudolph returns reckoning of the reindeer. Real or fake now. Fake no way. They essentially a pattern. So I'm going to okay. Yes that is a fake pattern after one and you're right to grown and judge me. I heard that that was inappropriate. GEICO sensing a pattern. You're right after one pattern everyone Good heckle Ma'am the Thirteenth Day of Christmas. The Christmas the thirteenth. Oh yeah that's gotta be a good one. Yeah that's yeah that's one I'm going to say no. You are correct. He's back on on track. Yeah that is not Oughta real movie essentially new pattern correct incorrect. Single Santa Seeks Mrs this Claus Real or fake. That's the real fake. It's fake but the ones that are so similar to that I guess real it Israel it starred the Great Steve Gutenberg. You should check it out coote. The Goats Love Steve Gutenberg Angels and ornaments sticking with fake fake. I'll say I'll say it's real random. It's real what do they have to do with each other angels and ornaments. It's three suitors pursuing a hopeless romantic after. She makes a wish to find on true love before Christmas. Check it out hence ornaments. Yeah where's the therefore we'll call it ornaments or moments no I need to set up and you just sat him cume ask. I'd love to see orm in one of those movies like he wants to make it happen with this child. Christmas special Jerry Clause Attorney for higher. Jerry I would love to play Jerry I would like to just just read if I told you. Have someone else in mind. I just want you to let me right. I dumped play the hapless romantic who who needs jury clauses. Help in whatever legal situation. It's very close attorney for higher. Earning for higher. Yeah Yeah I'm going to say yes. Yeah I love it I want I want it to be real yes. That's your Christmas wish. David it's not real. I'm David David. Santa Claus doesn't exist. You got a lot of juice now. You can make that happen. We are going to write that. Yeah I swear to God. I knew that movie I WANNA be. I WanNa be the attorney and you'd be the man going to be a bad guy or you show up in the third act. Who solves the problem with a bunch of fish? Who is this Santa Claus and you bake off is going to save your precious little library? God God guys tastic cartoon. Villamor Gargle Melvin or the good news. Is Jerry clauses coming soon. The bad news is that we're coming to an end on our exciting evening. A couple a couple things to say I want to get one last reminder about our two gray causes than I community where you should email them for any info if if you want to contribute to info at community works NYC dot org and again for already. See your show your support by texting climate to act on climate I have a lot of thank yous to give out just really quickly. I WANNA thank Sammy. Brian Jacks read Pop Bell House. Vanessa Ghamdi Ski Elissa Godwin. Mike Guests Justin Wong. Thank you Josh. Wilson David Harbour. I want to thank all of you for honestly this has been such a treat. I don't know why I waited five years to do one of these. Why we're going to do another one soon before we all go patrick trick? What do you think one more song? I mean we're here anyway. All we got prompts. Yeah my Jew card is burning right now. But I'm gonNA wear podcast props. We are wearing Santa hats the record for podcast listeners. God My head is gigantic doesn't fit. He's crazy uh this this is this is an all saying this is by no means me. I'm just I'm just I'm just here. 'cause standing nearby noses are famous friend. Bruce springsteen version lange great. Would you want to start with what I read the. NRDC thing is bruce. Meets out a who you want. Everybody needs a single. You Watch out you better not cry and clauses cover the town. You really need some drums keys. Meagerly triggered it's Out Who's Naughty and nice a down come in and said sad dudes It goes he sees you when you're sleeping creepy. Take off if you been bad good. So you're good goodness they better be good ball. Who Cry Blah blow? This town is coming to Jab. Said say these two other great hot happy happy. Christmas rebutted third and so ends another edition. The happy side confused. Remember to review right and subscribe to this show on I tunes or wherever you get your focus on the big focused person. I'm Daisy Ridley. I definitely both appreciated by Josh

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Episode 477 - The Commuter

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Episode 477 - The Commuter

"This is a head gamut passed this week on the program. Don't even get US started about this New Yorker geography. It's the commuter Manjoo Stevens Sadek. Eric Cisco Chris Cabin and we ate movies. Hello everyone welcome to movies tuning in as always. Welcome to the first quarantined edition of our fine show. Wait a second. We're doing the commuter on this show this week and we can't commute. What's that about dude? It's cruel irony is what it's about my friend. Does everybody have tinfoil up around there. Studios got a tin foil. Hat on my head testicles. I keep newspapers on the windows just as a matter. Of course Steve's interior decorating fuck diaper after me. Oh and they are dude absolutely. Yeah I take all my safety. Nods from William freaking bug with the tin foil reflect the the snipers laser back Adam. Laser focused the scope thing. And then he's someone's shooting at me now sure I will say. It is tough to Because just me and my wife and two cats in this apartment. It's hard not to feel like you're in bug sometimes. It's what Steve is as you light each other on fire over there. I think you do it all right. We're day three. We'll see how it goes. Yes we should say. This is being recorded March. The eighteenth twenty twenty for posterity sake are knee deep in this global catastrophe. Right now Talking about the computer the computer talking to our computers. Yes that's about the commuter quickly up top one. I mentioned there was some concern over this. We tore scheduled for June share. We as of now it is on them. So you know we will see and then you know what if. Shit continues to happen. We will figure it out from there folks but let's not try to get ahead of ourselves here But in the meantime this is the commuter from two thousand eighteen directed by Michael. Clint Sarah you may remember him from a few weeks ago. We talked about his movie orphan. this movie also is terrible. I was requested. It was requested by our buddy jove from Longdale California. Let's hear what he had to say. Hey guys this is Joel from California and I'm calling in to request twenty eight teams the commuter starring Liam Neeson Gets ABOUT HIM? Trying to figure out a mystery plane around train rather and It's really reminded me of those Big budget legitimate budget action movies of the nineties like Steven Seagal. And some of the Lesser Bruce Willis stuff And Yeah it's a stupid. If you ride the show thank and here we go. Yeah this is a it's a Liam niessen movie this is Liam Neeson's stars in the boomer And I can tell that. He's definitely a boomer. Ask older figure because the opening montage of this movie is Waking. Up to ten ten wins every day. This is insane. This is like groundhog day. But with Lia Lee's yeah God out early of Niessen Yokota you're GONNA see a shadow. I'll tell you that much puncture Tony. I mean this diner eating whatever I want. I just put it anywhere pal. Morons your buses leaving the mortal it sticks to be in this red neck Pennsylvania town because I can't find any black stick at a device with. Oh I'll find a black wandering the street at night Liam Neeson's I literally said I. I'll never get over this no one. There is no mind. Charles Xavier's machine doesn't exist. No one knows what you've fantasized about. So don't say you're racist fantasies to people and you'll be just fucking fide. Idiot being confessional. He thought he was being a good guy by saying this gourmet some points. Wait a second. Are you from the Catholic Church or access tonight? You've got one of those Charles. Xavier remind machines. Better come clean about the racist fantasies. Niessen was doing a no Vena before. Interviewed Him Aleve. Niessen was picked on the nitpicked up on the Nixon White House tapes There's another weird thing is the Nixon White House or the white has in general. This is the movie came out in two thousand eighteen and part of like the the News Radio Show. You here is like yeah. There's without about Hillary Clinton's campaign and you're like we would y what the fuck are you talking about that for? Its skipping around. I mean it's supposed to be like is this book. It's like a couple years all the years. I think it's supposed to be or could be because it's came in his son and his son. Have they have this thing? Anyone noticed that the sun is by the way of looking at era. Who's this Mogo? Tell me I didn't and by the way I want to add a million now that we're not doing this at Andrews did you print out a bunch of TV at home or no. That's why I have a little asked by gave today. I can't I get sit around on a train. I can't be a commuter computer over there of a fat guy. Podcast is in word detective with that. Is it up on the cork board like true detective. Yes there's little strings. This son is tolman Barath NAP is a Barassie. And it's been a while. Oh Yes yes. Foreman giants pain. It depends on who you ask. You know. Some people will tell you this. Lie that that that it's really thome in Lancaster right because you know the the twins. They're you know what I'm saying. Yes he was. He's also the The fat guy in nineteen seventeen the time until just last night. That guy is By the way stone there's two guys one guy skinny one guy is not. You could say the plump soldier George McKee is very thin and also Stephen Sadek Reading for the plump soldier could've just said the one. That looks like Ben Shapiro. Oh man that's unfortunate So yeah that's his kid. His wife is played by Elizabeth McGovern See of course previous episode a shock to the system. How yeah yes. She's The lady interest in that and then of course She's on Downton Abbey. One of my favorite parts in this thing. So what are the bits he has with? His kid is like or read in books together. Because I'm a commuter on a train so I read the book that you read in school after. Do All your schoolwork because I made a billy matter should Essex. I really need to pass that hurt born. I fail the festival. He's a the reading Lord of the flies. What departure you at? Because Oh midway through chapter five and he goes oh the part where they almost killed that kid hooting and hollering also as an sixty year old ban if it takes you more than forty one minutes to read the Lord of the flies era illiterate forty nine pages triple space. It's good to know that I have a little over twenty years to to read it that fast I S I. I love the part. Wedneday meet the Lord of the flies and he gives them the Magic Sword. That's just stop okay. So it's a better book. We'll talk about do they. Fucking drop a rock on that kid. It's Awesome Accountability Cristo. A great sat book about that Sandwich. Dad You're not doing Turkey and cheese. I came at 'cause playing for naked lunch. Boy was that a mistake. I came I showed up naked gun and they lie young for Halloween. I'm going as naked. Gosh I loved all the talking mice in of mice and men wonderful characters fantasy world like that. That's right I'm Reid. I'm playing thanked. Rabbi an naked gun conduct undeterred. Or whatever where he reads the book okay show his purple headed warrior. I actually think that Rather thousands around Now that he's in his older days and he's just serious actor he'd be if he ever wanted to reboot the The naked gun series. He'd be not so bad. Sure as Frank Driven Yeah. Kinda sort of like you and that's when Leslie Nielsen was never had the race problem but you know I mean frank. Tremon character kind of plays everything straight. But he's and it seems aloof given. The scenarios is limping. He's never done a comedy like an intentional comedy. He's popped up in some bits. He's not a he can't carry a cop movie. There was the commuter. That's one of them a nonstop unknown goody doing the Lego Movie Steve. He was the cop and like it's I I don't remember it's been a trillion years. I if he was I think he's a sort of a bad guy in that movie. But it's like he's he's really serious and it's very funny the way he's so serious. Gotcha I can't believe it. Forgot it. Schindler's List I but I knew betterman bad cavity you know. We're in the midst of a global catastrophe or no. I'll I'll save the mood. Right out Yonder Lego COP. Yeah you're blocking off in there and I can hear that you're blocking off. Indeed this movie also see so I was complaining at the at the top of my little zinger at the top of the episode about the geography which is dumb. But this movie's one of its biggest sins. Also presupposing that New Yorkers fucking talk to complete strangers on their commutes like this who note that is patently incorrect. I'm vaguely I commute every day to work or I had up to up to a point and I. I'm vaguely aware of like. Oh it's that woman. Oh it's that guy you know what I mean like you. You sure basis recognize the faces the patterns. But I don't see a fucking word to these people let alone no I. You have a particularly unique set of skills that I could explain that there are there are such a thing and I can say this because in this movie the commuter the commute ends up being to cold spring and out myself now that I live in cold spring. It's a small small town north of New York City and there are like track buddies like you hang out on the platform waiting for the train to New York in. Sometimes people strike up a conversation if you look like me not so much but I took a socializing me again. Not so much. I've had like maybe two people get any type of real conversation with me and I mean some people have said. Hi if you see some from the town I get it but like generally like I don't have a commute buddy. John Banks some hanging out with. I can actually back this up because I I. I'm in connect I take. Mta Two and one thing. I thought was ridiculous. First Time I saw this movie was like the chummy ticket checker that I now have a chummy. Like strain out Frank Capra movie. I think there's something in place all so you don't get too familiar with your ticket taker. The where they after a while they will change their shifts. I remember it was like three months with one guy and then three months with another guy. I don't think they want you to familiar. Because then maybe they'll let someone off the fair share although the one. I totally buy that. The one time. Though that any of this was really made an exception. I saw a story in one of those like you know Metro. Amber you know one of the local paper e type things that you get when you're like going on the train and there was a story about a metro north train conductor who was retiring and the people in like one car that we're like the regulars like through a retirement party and I was like you've gotta be kidding. All of these people are breaking the agreement. I could see it happening. Dude I really can. It's unbelievable I took the train. I've I've worked out of the city at the Burns for thirteen years. I've often on owned cars to drive there but for a large portion of it. I took the train and I didn't talk to a single fucking soul. Man I really did. No I mean you're Westchester me. And we in Chris. Cabinet live in CAPRA country. More of a small town Westchester still kind of feels like the city. There's that Abrasiveness to the People God and I need it. I will say this. I mean like seeing the same ticket taker every day. I get talking to that person. Because that's like it's a service industry thing it'd be an asshole like you don't even that's fine and have a polack at fourth with the Guy. Yeah politeness but again I'm not talking. I'm the last person absolute last person. I'm talking to is Jonathan Banks. An old guy who's just talking about. How soon is to death like no? Thanks Dude I'm cool. Absolutely also what is he doing going downtown everyday? Like don't understand his thing of going from Second Street two hundred twenty fifth street. I'm addicted prostitutes. Walter Income Day in and day out. I just go and meet with his sex worker. Hey back in the day you used to be able just do in grand central station you up against the wall and you do it but now you need a motel room in eighth of how to buy some shampoo a money will to Walter. All you have to do is sit down to the shoeshine spots that will give you ball. Shines confusingly enough his name in this waltz. Yes so it's like a Jonathan Banks's name. Yeah did not notice that at all all you know. It's it's it's fun hanging out with your wallet. Could you shut the fuck up? Please exact try. I'm trying to read. It's taken me an hour to read the fucking the Lord of the lies over here. I'll be getting made fun of on podcast and it's because you're distracted me so this is the second time I've seen this film and the first time I did think. His commute was two hundred and Twenty-fifth Street. Which would make no sense. But in this scene. He says that he's going to get out for a beer or go to a bar somewhere. It see that's I noticed that too and I love this because it's like Oh man Walter I fucked with three stops on this train and now I gotta get off and have a fuck good beer already. Exactly that's a problem. And He's twenty th those. Those long commutes are not cheap. Derides spending twenty bucks. I can't make it washburn correct unless you have a a monthly pass which costs like three to four hundred dollars a month and you could ride the train all all you want your flash and you can get on and off wherever in two years zone. Yes but he conceivably he could have spent twenty dollars a few blocks if like a single ticket but also by the way you could drink on those trains. It's fucking it's Shangri la on the metro north you guys. It is kind of lawless with the with regard to alcohol absolutely. I'm also pissed off. Not One single joke about the quiet car in this movie which leads me to believe the person who wrote it is not actually familiar with New York commuting. Not at all. Was that the one where the was out. Was it the quiet broken? Oh no but it should have been you know where like Lebanese and like kills a guy and he's like I said this was the quiet car which was my fucking fantasy. You know what we're going to keep going but my cat's about the job in the cabinet. So that's gotTa stop this thing. Close the cabinet. This isn't working from home episode. Everyone there with us so in a stroke of pure hilarity Liam Niessen is Call callously fired from his job of ten years as an insurance salesman. Yes he says he has to mortgages by the way which is like why would you ask two thousand and eight no a second mortgage on the House Gop? Yes I believe. That's what the deal is. It was like oh no. I'M GONNA lose my my cabin in the woods. I keep my Merman. How else am I supposed supposed to support my second family to my second family? I've got one family in tarrytown where I live and another in cold spring dude all right. Let's get to that really quickly before we go any further. Every single person in this movie mispronounces the name of that town. The the accentuation is on the word cold not the words spring. It's called spring. Yeah everyone this movie is called Spring. Hey we're going to cold spring we're going to call spraying. Try to fuck it up the wall. It's a lot it's a lot. Yeah and I guarantee you. There had to be at least one person. One person on the crew of this film that was had to be familiar with the area and had to should've taken it upon themselves to be like. Hey WAMAE Mr Collazo Sara. Sorry it's cold spring not cold spring. All right I'll take it again. Are you going to call sprung? Annex dish has apartment. Just go back to the first thing you were saying. It's fine it's fine it's fine. It's so weird I. She won fat guy with all these. Imdb pages. But I'm going through another fat guy's house subtype of fat conspiracy. I do like in this one movie for one for some reason. They're like dude. Just be Irish. They they like because they say it's the beginning it's like came from Ireland. Fucking God right there. It's like everybody can let their guard down. This movie can breathe a little bit. Fucking weird voice makes sense. Finally I'm John Thomson and I was born in the middle of Kentucky like it so dumb that movie. What the fuck was that movie? We did years ago with him and swayze next of kin. Yeah yes I'm I'm just from this holiday. Yeah maybe they fucking self isolate their. I'm from the South side of Chicago. So he gets fucking fired and he's given some severance and this is a whole thing where his kids go to college the two mortgages on the house. They're living hand to mouth kind of thing. He goes to a bar and meets with. Patrick Wilson playing Alex Murphy Hilarious so excited I got Excited Grocott movie become Roebuck are like doing a script like this. You somebody on some team needs to. This is the name of we can't. He's robocup that it's GonNa be that same guy that knew how to pronounce Cold Springs. Bagai also point fucking Patrick Wilson would be a great robocup. That is a great call. Chris Cabin part. Is that a good lower third of his face. Actually that's what you want. Perfect yes. He needs the jaw. You're totally right and actually that mouth to not to not I would also I would take Liam Neeson as it clearance Bodecker. Oh I'm in Faulk Betcha. Leave him as a bad guy I would. I Really WanNa see that got. Thank you could fly bobby. Well he's Cabinet Levi's it as a bad guy man. Let me point you back to that press. Junket WELL SHORT. I what are you saying? He's a bad guy widows right. Yeah but he doesn't like Ham. Oh I wanted to. Yeah I want him twirling a nonexistent mustache. Also in this scene Sam Neo. Who SAYS WILLIAM FREEZE? Yes Sam Neill as the. He's like a police captain who they both kind of. Hey I wrote it in my notes. Sam Neill as Captain Scumbag. He's captain red herring because like. Yes because when you see Patrick Wilson immediately. If you're me I'm like he's a bad guy. You know what I mean like okay. My old friend. Patrick Wilson is. He's the bad guys gonNA betray. Yeah and then I guess the ideas they bring Sam Neill to sort of take some Heat off a Patrick Wilson there yet veritably. Yeah they definitely do because like he comes over there all the bar and he's like. Oh Patrick Wilson I need to talk to you about something Blah Blah Blah and then like Patrick Wilson Talk Shit about him says Oh yeah. They already made him a captain. Blabbity Blah. He's trying to throw some heat. That way definitely yeah. It all depends on whether you're a possession. Fan Or an Aquaman fan is is. Oh yeah that's right that's right. I forgot about him an article man. Yeah Patrick Wilson. Yeah Dude. He's he's like James Warns Muse and also he's in he's riding a seahorse seeing that. Yes we're for my business movie and they're like Patrick. Wilson from is the dispenser and Pepper Tracy and Hepburn of mid-tier thrillers. Absolutely true and it's kind of crazy because they don't share a scene in his movie there like fake talking over the phone to one another But yeah it's weird because I see her in a movie and I've previously seen him in this movie already so when she comes in. Is this a paranormal thriller? I wish it was due to all I as a matter of fact. Yes you're trying to hunt down this witness to a crime but also this train is haunted. Yup Haunted train better movie by a million Definitely witnesses ghost all witness. The witness threw themselves in front of a train. Ran Out a window yet but in my news. Oh sure as out now there goes to stuck in the train and now Liam Neeson has to communicate with the ghost. A totally Hubbard twenty years ago tonight. Midnight tonight okay. Wall to get out to we. Jeapordy communicate. You got it Walter. Wouldn't be the first dead girl I tried talking to by the way. I'm addicted to sex workers. So they get to the artificial eighty sixth street and Lexington Station Metro North loudly. That there's sixty eighth street. Which by the way they shot at hunters point Queens. We CONNECTION UGLY FOR IT. Might be the subway station. They're using a green screen background or it might be. I think there's a long island railroad hub out there. There definitely is. Yeah and then they stop at eighty sixth street and then they stop at one hundred ten th street and it's like these are like local subway routes the entire purpose of a commuter train and it just it drove me up the fucking wall. It's very local. I understand that. Yes love taken the commuter train. Walter it takes me three and a half hours to get to white plains out instead listeners. That's a thirty minute. So but at this eighty sixth street station. You know he makes contact. Finally with Vera Farm Megan. Who's kind of been eyeing him like job at the bank says like hey wall? Do you look sexy broads. Watch new or what she's looking at. You like a sex worker would trust me. I know you got a pro on the train. Walter. Probably give you a discount. There man and her character's name is Joanna. She introduces herself as some sort of Social scientists or something. Yeah like he gets to see it and she sits across from him and he's being a real pig on the straight he's got his big fucking bag. He's got a four seater. He's got bag on the other side of the Aisle. No Way Dude. And these mother fuckers exist in trained commuting men they should be expelled from trains Yeah so she's like. Hey what kind of person are you and lays out this whole thing That at first is like a hypothetical and then you realize that. The plot of the movie mogul psychology tells us there are this many personality tests. Do you gotta you gotTa cite his source here. You just can't say psychology. Yeah I don't know. She says sixteen personality types accepted by psychology. And I'm like art movie. I guess I have to take your word for it but you know I don. I mean it was just weird because I would expect her to hand me a note card with a smiley sticker on telling me that if I want to give to her. I can give her a take this sticker and give her a dollar happy dude. You're telling me there's only sixteen types of skulls and phonology and I have to feel everyone going cold so yeah the basic layout is like. Hey there's twenty five k. And the toilet you can go grab that and then you got to identify someone on this train who goes by. Prynne and you have to like identify them and give them something and they're on the train until cold spring right and it turns out to be like you put a tracker on them or whatever all right put a tracker in their bag because then the conspiracy is like someone's GonNa show to kill them to stop them from testifying about a murder city. Planner the thing about this. She starts it off as a hypothetical. Like what would you do to somebody? You didn't know for a bunch of money which is like six sort of A. I guess you could call that like something that is somewhat relatable but like every second she keeps talking and becomes less relatable and less of a hypothetical what the fuck this is stupid it also becomes closer and closer to the plot of that Richard. Matheson Story Barks yes. That's all I thought about the whole time. I was like this is just the box. The first doping. Where's Frank Langella with that fucked up face please? Isn't that a good movie? It federated in this one. I liked it also cabinet. You used the word great though. Is that correct? I I really liking it and I don't know why that that I I think it was just three strikes in or two strikes. A box office receipts. Why Richard Kelly's movie jail but it's funny that poor bastard though. 'cause it's I mean because one. Donnie Darko there. Were No box office receipts. But it was a thing where it was like. Hey man you didn't come up with two more instant cult classics urine movie jail. Yes you know what I mean. That really got the shaft. It's true I wonder if he's a famous a whole. That's possible yeah. I don't know so anyway. So that's the whole idea. And he goes into the bathroom. He finds the money And basically the one before we get into more of this. There is ever recall the terrible. Cgi shot of like. Here's all the people on the train that he has the lower right. Edit just going back through all the cars. Pretty Tom. It's a fake David. Fincher shot kind of yes definitely but so there's a girl that gets on at one hundred ten street and she's like a little teenage girl and she's like. Hey Salim Niece and did you make your decision yet? Are you in or are you out at? He's like Oh you know you've made your decision or whatever and she gives him an envelope and jumps back off. The train and the envelope is his wife's wedding ring inside Dunton. Well this is after. He starts fishing around in the in the in the metro. North bathroom to. He's on his hands. It's disgusting now. Also I sh- again. I WANNA point. I know it's a everybody but that bathroom is way cleaner than any. Irl public bathroom in this town took the words right out of my mouth was about to jump right in and say that is not authentic. I mean if you did this in an actual. Mta fucking bathroom. You would be like you chose the Wrong Cup. I think an MTA bathroom was actually. How the corona virus got start at mix. I mean let's actualize every people. It's a moving train. I have seen toilets on these trains. So full that it's a slash with Piston Shit and starting to spill over and you're going to be digging for money on your hands and knees. It sounds like a great game show Art Japan. You'd get out of there looking like Bruce Campbell at the end of evil dead to you just lack car laughing. Maniacally I mean. I'm sure people who have commuter rails and their towns deal with similar bathroom situations but I just feel like. New York's are particularly terrible. Yeah so any funny Grand is a lot of dough and five now. But you'll get seventy five of you do the job so it's one hundred grand. It's a real old right right right right right right. So he kind of has an encounter here with one of several shitty stock characters that the use of this movie and it's a weird thing where like when he's getting on the train initially and he's walking around like the camera stops off at characters to let you know that they will be characters later in the movie the most obnoxious of which is Tony. Like just this like short little business guy or whatever and like Liam Neeson's calling him Tony's their first name fucking basis. Get OUT OF TOWN. Will he goes. Hey Tony every TEGAS wife's. He's he finds his wife's wedding ring. Hey Tony I lost by phone can I use yours? And the answer is not dude. Also excuse great reason why you never talked to anybody on the fucking train. I'm not your buddy no way dude. I am not helping you out there. Who might be a chance that this dude also lives in Tarrytown or some things you all my neighbor in the apartment complex. I know him very well. He lets his azaleas grow in little to Ueli. Nearly if you ask me if it was basically all you know what I know Sam takes a six fifteen even though it. Kinda MAKES ME LATE FOR WORK. I take six thirty because I don't WanNa be that closer to stab all the time. What do you think of? When you hear the words citrus. Is it orange slices after a soccer game or a lemon wedge and your water at your favorite restaurant yes and yes? But another thing that citrus springs to mind sharing because citrus was literally made to be shared and no one knows that better than sunkist sunkist grows the type of citrus. You can't wait to peel or add your favorite recipe. 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Oh No 'cause he's got he's got this gruff voice and he's he's got a great gruff voice excellent gruff voice. Yeah he gets poison. Oh yeah one. One thing about the rings I was like I'm like maybe just shows a maybe I'm a shitty husband. If maybe my wife Spring I am I supposed to put this on. Like what are you Gonna? Unlock something you know like. It's just a wedding bed. I wouldn't be like oh I wouldn't just immediately like oh. That's my wife's wedding this you just you just throw it out. You wouldn't recognize lives banned. Yeah I would be like. Oh Am I supposed to put this? I really would be. Is this like a? Gps My supposed to put this on the why need a second. Gps is why no one selects you to be in their murder conspiracy all right. He didn't get it. What what we do. We have any ever hair. No all right Mr Cabin when I stop on your feet. Oh so he I love it so this is Mike. The cleaners final bow here in one of the greatest moments of his movies so Liam Neeson's sits down next to him and they're kind of like shooting the shit for a little bit and Liam Neeson's thinks he's like slyly writing out on a newspaper like call the police. They have my family this that and the other thing and he's like all right. I have to do some more train inspection. Now have a good day. Thank God but look how much has transpired right like so much of this. Movie's plot has occurred before. We even get to Harlem which is ten twelve thirteen minutes from grand central terminal under fifteen. That's exactly it would take again. It would take you fucking two hours to get to cold spring. It's the usual eighty minutes. He does like Passes them the newspaper and he walks away and the John of the banks gets off the train. And Joanna calls back if you're for my caused back and she's like hey man f. y. We have is on you. You just got your fucking friend killed. And he's like what do you mean and you know. She tells them which way to look out the train at its Jonathan banks like just waiting to cross the street and someone pushes them in front of a bus. This was so funny Sa Malaria's it really it's fucking laughing. We saw the Eric and Eric wasn't there. I believe it was Andrew. Chris and I right. I didn't I think maybe it was just the two of US dude with the two of us and we were pretty drunk. I remember laughing out loud in the theater and kind of getting a look. 'cause everyone's like Sweden come on. It's funny as pop dope it absolutely dude. I do think we got some like. Are they being serious right now? A man just lost his life. I just love that. He's like muttering to himself. Why while it's about to happen. He's I now they make you buy condoms before you used to be able to go free. Willy Nilly upped Walter. The list girl told her. I gave her something blacklisted. Walter Collapse impregnates. Six prostitutes all of a sudden near the bad Guy Walter. I told her that. That giving her the clamp was like an applause. Oh you know getting Getting stink as at the movies for laughing at inappropriate. Times reminds me of a cabinet there when we did the big staff screening of snakes on a plane and by staff screening. I mean a bunch of people that worked at the multiplex went to a public screening of the film. And like everybody was fucking laughing at this movie and one of the managers came in at one point and like chastised our entire row. And she's like Someone came out and we received a complaint that you're laughing during this movie. A movie in where people are losing their lives. And that's not something to laugh about and we were like who the fuck NARC Donnas fucking snakes on a and that's the whole point isn't it? Yeah it's that's what I thought serious film. It's a serious film to be taken seriously. I'm just picturing something like Hans. Moamen motherfucker like why are they laughing at the movie? That man was bitten by a snake. Came here to be frightened of snake. I want to refer to the snag lease mad at any day. Forget what it was like back in the day when there were actual snakes on planes in the Middle Of Upright. You could smoke on planes. You could snake on a Don Don Don draper selling snake repellent for Trevor Planes. They took you there. You're alone you're in your zone you closing your eyes. The last thing you want to think about when you're on your cross country flight to do your business is whether or not you may be bitten by a snake while you're meditating. Don't you WANNA feel safe on a plane save from snakes? I would love it man I I kind of. I'm almost like I haven't really watched madman. Steve Yuri watching me. And that's why I came up. I saw your your tweets on then. I'm Kinda getting jealous. I'm like I want more seasons kind of a relaxed. It's like both tense and relaxing and especially in the where we are right now. Oh the sixties were fun man when the The you know the biggest threat against US was. I don't know I guess Cuba and what smoking in the office. And I you know. Kennedy's GonNa get eventually but you know what's going to happen. Yeah right listening to this. Have no idea what's going to happen. All the you know more than us because this is a like a week or so. That's true So yeah a dude Vera for Megan like kind of makes them more veiled threats again. Right not veiled threats. Whatever If you do it now on the phone now right on Tony's funny told him Dude fucking minutes. Are we still worrying about phone? Minutes in two thousand eighteen. No but I mean Tony Bite. Who Does what plan he's got? That's true that looking shitty honey. Sorry that fuck it. Irish guy used my phone up. I can't call us. Oh Yeah your best friend Irish Mike that you talk about from your commute. All the time tall is good. Look at. He's kind of creepy where they used my phone. I was too afraid to ask for back. I thought he was going to beat me up honey. Oh we have a little thing. He's Irish Mike. I'm Italian Tony. How it's something from the train gang. That's what we call ourselves. It's kind of like chain gang but train. Oh I don't know we think it's funny prison. An old Walter got bird today. Who Else Sees Walter get it? I'm curious because I feel that would make everyone a little uneasy on the on the train will. Tony has something right after. It happens where he's like. Hey did you see what happened? But I don't think he actually did like people down on one hundred twenty fifth street. See It yes. Oh Yeah I guess it makes sense. 'cause it's a crowd of people you just see this dude shove him. So what are the conductors? He's asking this conductor like so. Hey there I'm looking for a friend. Who's getting off at cold spring And the dudes like go. Fuck yourself man. We don't keep track of WHO's getting off at. What stop it? He tells them about what he takes the tickets and puts the like you paid piece of paper down. He has to do a little stamp on which zone. They're supposed to get off at so they know if they've written past their stop. What I love about this too is like I. I knew that overriding the train for like a year. And he's been writing it for like ten chance if you figure that out pretty quickly twice. Oh the I'm in a three because I'm going this far. Oh five because I'm going even farther. I fucking figured it out exactly. Also by the way the end of the line on this particular train is cold. Spring which also makes zero sense. Cults brings like a super local stop. No they're in There in beacon at the end of the movie because they blow past it. Yes Oh it is supposed to be the end of the line. Conductors says that it is Train is terminating a cold spring down to the line. I don't know that is pretty just might as well stop by indictable. There is a mentioned like in Grand Central. There is announcement of Hudson train to poughkeepsie. And I'm like that's more like it. That's the end of the line Massing the list of. Who's going to get off at this thing at correct in that zone and this would meet kind of our cast of rogues which is one. Is this Wall Street? Guy Who's like a total fucking flimflam Straw man that I can't even deal with this guy. This character is fucking obnoxious. And what's worse is that? This actor looks like a thirty year. Old Ralph Macho yes. Yes so that was Kinda thrown. May So he tries to like interrogate him for a little bit and the guy is basically like he's putting Liam Neeson is pretending that he's like looking to invest money or whatever and the guys I worked for the biggest hedge fund in the world. I don't deal with people like you and Blah Blah Blah and this is I remember this specifically Steve. Letsie of you do very vivid memory is a he leaves this guy and then he comes back and he goes all by the way Mr Goldman Sachs on behalf of the American middle class. Fuck you and he gives them the finger Steve. Do you recall as I do definite applause in the theater? It was embarrassing. I love it by the way. Great local joke the Goldman Sachs asshole. Guy Gets off at garrison the people who also read that train. No people like me now financial crisis sense. It makes total sense. I love it. It's nice realistic. Touch financial crisis stuff is fine. But it's like it's I don't understand like the whole let's make Liam Neeson one of us. He's not one of us. This is fucking six and a half but fucking Irish God. He's never should've key. I'm sorry but like this movie takes place in two thousand eighteen and like yes fuck those people 'til they're nothing but dust but like that shit was ten years before the release of this movie like when the story is set. Like nobody's still telling people to go fuck themselves that. Maybe maybe maybe this movie wants us to learn a little. Something Ain't been in a coma five to fucking do it. That's that's fine but like you stop the movie dead unfurling American Flag. Throw Confetti. I'd say fuck you Goldman Sachs. It's fucking stupid. It's like the Spiderman moment of the move Shit spider-man's. Hey you mess with one of us you mess with all of us. Exactly actually wait a minute. Lift up that mask real quick okay. Yeah he's one of us all right. Wait a second spider man. I saw what happened. Stock Industries okay. Fuck you'll your those magic fuck and glasses malone who lost their lives in the incident talk your how the fuck does Peter Parker not. Have those glasses destroyed at the end of that movie? That movie's trash. I'm sorry you're talking about far from home. Yeah not seen it yet. He gets glasses. That Ba- like it's these Tony. Stark invention of he can basically like hack into whatever with these glasses and violate anyone's fucking privacy whatsoever. Call Endurance Drones Day strikes which he does. Oh Yeah and then. It's like the end of the movie. Should've been him being like. These are dangerous and destroying them. But if I'm remembering that movie correctly and I was drunk because I was an Alamo draft house back when you go see movies in theaters. It was a different time like the movie. Just ends without him destroying. He's back to he's like. Oh you know what I feel. So bad Mr Mr Stock. His his Mister Fury you're you're part of the fuck American the American industrial complex. Why don't you have them? Oh that's the fuck at worst fucking shield. I don't trust you know you guys fucking kill people. Willy Nilly Eddie's ways why don't you take him touch give it to to to the actual deep state. Yeah correct if only that was a real thing folks if only attribution buried with this Batterman we should say actually the Wall Street Guy Ebbs and there is a What do you call a A A younger girl whose high school girl who he like sitting next to and he offends her because he's being loud on his phone just trying to read what you know what offends me. Is Cheap fucking purview? Because I know it's fucking ridiculous. She's like do you mind and he goes. Yeah Mind you fucking ninety nine cent perfume. Oh Market Oh man. Now we're watching the big short. Yay and so she gets up. And that's sort of an important thing for the end of the stupid movie correct We also then meet a pre fame. Florence Pugh who has some dude with his fucking pause all over and she's not having it and this fucking lady another like friend on the train of Liam Neeson's is like millennials I walked you again. Look I understand. This movie is for older people. I very much get it. Like we don't need to have the Golden Sachs they. Late millennials. Bit. Hey millennials on behalf of our bumershed faulk you but that's what I don't get about part of this though. I mean aren't boomers like fine with all that Goldman Sachs stuff. There's no fucking complaining. They got they got grease pretty hard Oh I guess like their retirement said well yeah totally man but yet they keep like voting for the people who continue to fuck them though when you get misinformation. You're going to do some bad ideas share. I guess. Oh yeah so. It's a Florence Pews whole crime. Is that her boyfriend Like Liam Neeson fucking follows this girl on the train. He's Kim your bag water or give me that bag and all these fake. Id's fall out. Well going up to. Everyone likes to look at your bags absolutely not but why act and the thing is he used to be a cop. Yeah like and then. He went to this insurance salesman job. I mean I mean he should have known this was dumb move but I guess he wanted to make more money question mark but now I think they say something. Well I guess maybe it is a money thing. 'cause Patrick Wilson's like you gave it all up for the family. Yes so that's why I think it's or maybe the threat of not being murdered. Yeah that's also positive. Probably a little bit of that as someone who grew up wondering if his father was gonna come home from work every night again. Understand that so what I'm trying to get at is like just impersonate a police officer? Dude just say your detective exactly. You've been there before you can have that cadence or whatever because you actually worked that job. Yeah exactly all excuse. Pardon me excuse me would you mind off please? He kills his poor conductor guy into searching random people's bags and he doesn't want to do it but then he does it and everyone's freaking out in Yellen Adam and he's like oh so random security check ma'am also. The doctors can do either copied the doctor Kit. Search your bag. I've never seen that happen. No this woman's there's this other woman who's a nurse and he's a Excuse me Miss There's been a complete search your bag absolutely. Not You fucking Weirdo been deputized. No you have sorry about of a conductor patio inspection like they were rounding up a posse. And I'm part of it of deputize. Now let's say it's at Leonardo di Caprio gave me a bad. Oh this is fucking ridiculous. Though here in this moment when he's trying to wrestle away for Florence Pews bagger looking her bag or whatever she fucking pepper sprays him yes he recovers immediately from being pepper sprayed no way. I'VE BUILT UP AN IMMUNITY. Y- it's happened to me once or thrice every night when I go home pepper spray myself in the face build up a tolerance only way. I could feel anything. And this is when he fucking pulls a see something say something with conductor and he's like I don't know Sam. I'm just saying the posters talented me if I see something say something so Say and something tip from New Yorkers say nothing nothing say nothing and keep fear fuck itself. Just walk away the one time I ever did that. it was New Year's Eve as wanting to time fucking square Two thousand like call two thousand seven. Maybe so not not that far off from nine eleven but certainly share. But let's just pause one second Steve Sake as a native New Yorker especially and a grown adult at this point. In the story you're telling What the hell are you doing in Times Square on New Year's Eve? I was under a stigma train on underground. Oh who was so? You're on the train or you. Were in the stace in the station like transferring trends. Yeah and there's a huge like plaza underground plaza practically to get from one train to another transfer transferring. It's pretty early and then I'd probably five or six o'clock. I'm walking passes long hallway. And there's a bag in the middle of it and I'm like well that's not okay and at the end of the long hallway. Go to to to a cop and I'm a man is willing you know. There's a bag in the middle of the alway. They're young and he looks at me like I'm a McDonald's customer that's at my Burger was too cold is a Gal. Sure Pal Buddy you know what thank you but mind you fucking business. A business okay. Nobody likes to rats or what not just have a good night and happy new year. I'm here to serve you. Definitely Sir thank you You Italian. Yes Sir Not Enough. Get the fuck out. Excuse me officer planes about to hit that tower. You Ain't seen nothing fancy nothing get Outta here. Oh this is around where he gets in a fight with this dude who he thinks is this prim character and he's like printing and the guy goes what did you say they just this huge eight th. There's the payoff is terrible on on the print thing anyway friend is such a dumb thing to say throughout this entire movie it sounds alien like and it just just it. It doesn't roll off the tongue in a cool way felt awkward. It's a theory on that. Because you said alien like and spoiler alert at the end of the movie. The one girl that ends up being prynne. Kinda just like blankly stares and can't communicate so maybe she isn't ailing. Oh that's something. He's an alien in the Cocoon Universe. It's ghost or an alien better movie either way absolutely After this fight it's great because they're like Hey Liam Neeson This is a commuter train. Why are you sweating and bleeding? There's there is so many times when like I mean like I know different cars. You can't hear stuff but like you would like he's throwing this guy around into stuff you know what I mean like. He's yeah it's like they're fighting fighting in between the cars in this movie. People started shooting guns throughout the strain and a car. A car like up. Everyone just sitting there like this is fine. I don't hear a thing. And this is the greatest light. He's like scumbag tried to steal. Meanwhile that wasn't a Wallet Inspector. And he like he fights this guy and then like later he goes to look for this guy and he's dead. He's older he's under the train thing and his phone is ringing. And it's a it's a very formica again. Being like you you cost his death because you you identified the wrong man because he thinks him is a gps on the bag and in the scuffle. Gps on this dudes bags a well. That settles that and then this guy wants up dead and for migrants like well. You did the wrong thing. And I'm like beer for my. This is a bad plan. Clearly the whole thing is you're supposed to blame this year. The view lane anyway but like this is not a great plan. Also you don't need to people you haven't s acid figure at the fuck out. Well you just get the assassin to do all the work as well. That's the thing is he says. There isn't assassin on the train and this is the first he was paid for one kill. There has to be some like she must be contacting. Really Look we. We fucked up the first one. No this is not the right guy. He's got like Ben. He's got a benefit from that. He's got to get like two hundred thousand now and a little bit cool if they saw. If like you knew in the movie who this assassin was early on and then like you're seeing his conversations with her also. Yeah that'd be something I mean. Also the other thing too is like the Guy Kills Jonathan banks like with just. I don't think he falls off the train. I think he was waiting there. Something like does she have an army of other assassins at every and she needs to be of a point. I think this is part of the John. Wicker verse. Yes Scott Got. Oh Fuck well. It could be a thing where she's like you know Liam Neeson. Could you know? Try to get off the train at any moment. Maybe we need to have somebody like on there at the stations to monitor stuff. I mean you're supposed to fifty guys now. This is it expensive operation well absolutely but I mean at the end of the day. Dude spoiler alert. We're trying to cover up for dirty cops when you're trying to cover up for dirty cops. That money is fucking endless. Let's get a little bit to the end here. Not The end end but just like the idea is this is to cover up the murder of a city planner. This yes right. The city planner who had like Info on something something money going missing. It is so insanely vague. Like the end of the movie. There's like some newsreel clips all put together to make no coherent sense but it's like Oh there's collusion and corruption and it's like I guess there was money in local politics was being misappropriated. Yeah so then this COP Spoiler Patrick. Wilson dropped this kid thirty five stories out of a window and they're trying to make it look like a suicide however there is a witness who saw that it was a murder and that is this prynne character. And they're trying veer for micheals people need this assassin to kill prince of that. The only witness to the crime is snuffed out to kill her before she gets to kill the witness before they get too cold spring because at cold spring. And this is one of those things. You can't do in this movie if you're doing the train movie where it's like who's on what train. And what's GonNa Happen and Blah Blah Blah? You cannot just cut to two random. Fbi agents at cold spring being like wait for the witness to get here. You do have to scenes one is that and the other is like. Oh Hey I'm agent Garcia. Let's talk one of these dudes by the way. I JUST WANNA point out I don't I mean I don't think either of these F. B. I. Agents have names in this movie. Sure say it's like FBI one John and it's aged Garcia's room thinking of is the actor. Kingsley Bene- dear. He is the guy who plays Mac on that new high fidelity show on Hulu. Okay fucking solid. Recommend that show. We just started at the other night. Zoe Kravitz is a fucking awesome in it. Solid solid supporting casts total surprise. Big Recommend Just in this time of quarantine we need something to watch you know So yeah that's the whole thing so these two are just like standing there waiting for this train to come in and also the other thing. Is You know when this train is supposed to get in. Just show up around that time or like. Can someone get a fucking cab or a fucking police escort to drive this witness up our look? We want to make sure because the idea at the end of that well listen. It's too hot to be in the city right now. You gotta get Cold Spring. The why don't you get a fuck? Get this agent in a car. Pick her up grand central and let's drive to bring together budget cuts. We can't afford when you get on the train. Just I don't know how print that no one else is pregnant if someone your neighbors. Abc Prim well similarly with The fucking Goldman Sachs Guy. Because I believe the conversation you wind up realizing that he's having is something with his mother and he has some lined with like you got me out here in the middle of nowhere and blabbity Blah and it's like okay rich dude car service man if so pissed off about like slumming it. That's not how you save money you gotTA Use Public Transit. Who Good Point by Chris? That's why he's a rich Man Yeah he's He's a hard worker and he does pull the benefit by his bootstraps. He doesn't eight dollars on coffee. Andrew Asks what I'm doing wrong. Anybody else fuck you millennials. Your car service. Don't use an Uber. Just walk in the streets. And also maybe fantasize about killing a black bad. All Wait Uber. Black isn't what I thought. It wasn't all own request cancel request. Oh Lord Victor Christi Uber Pool At walking outside trump. I'm ready to go swimming in my Uber Pool or no. You're not really freaks me out. Is that Ober? Eats who wants to get eaten by UBER. What a fucking Weirdo. Let me okay. The car each you all great ober exile. Now some fat guy is going to be driving me around. Or maybe just. Maybe it'll be magic. GotTa Real Hog Kobe that Ding Dong. Here's a successful sequence of this movie where he is stuck under the train for a little bit. Sure I was having some fun with this. Why the hell? It was a moment of suspense. It's Kinda crazy too because like he's like okay so this guy's dad he's hiding now. The police are searching the train. Four specifically because he's getting in fights with everyone on that point and then he's like oh no the cops steps on the hidden passageway to under under the train. And it's locked so he has to get out under the under the train. Dave very dangerous. Don't recommend doing yes. No not at all do not try. This train starts moving. And he's like kind of running his feet a little bit and then he falls down and he has to do like all right. I'm going to roll over this giant railroad track while this razor blade is coming towards my face. I Gary I would say. Don't do this general. If you're sixty years old maybe just die of heart attack you have I would be. I'm I'm I'm half that age. I would die instantly going for those metro north trains of a heart attack. This mother fucker not only gets out from the train which she would be smashed in half and we all know not only. Does he do that? He runs at the pace of a fucking train and catches it after. Doing that is a good call. Cars gathered there is not great green screaming here but Dude Liam Neeson keeping pace with this fully moving drain. I don't think in defense of that. He's so he's such a huge guy. Rightfully like seven feet tall. It's like a horse. Took a horse chasing after this. Train rite aid. If he got down on all fours and start reading like that Oh man sent a Centaur. Oh Dude yes yes. It's it's merely ammunition an essential too much like Clinton that Terrible clash of the titans remain. Yeah I thought he did some crazy like crab person that move. Zeus Zeus God or Oh. I'm confusing it with the Scorpion. King starring the Rock Dude Liam Neeson Anamour. We were turning into all sorts of Cheetahs and stuff. Better catch the trade every pretty bad ass dude. Also if this movie it was like a surprise and amorphous movie. Yeah I haven't used this ancient power and far too long. Better turn into a Daego real quick. Now that's a question What was the deal with? Anamour of Steve. Did you have one animal that you could turn into or could you turn the several sadlier asking the wrong guy Guy? I don't know either but I think the covers of those books always showed someone turning into one thing you gotta pick or choose or maybe like borne turned ostrich. I remember maybe Fuckin- Liam Neeson's like the God of Anamour of stories like the one Dam or something. He's like the guy in the cave. Assigning anamour and he can do everything. Well we'll wait. Wait wait but I I remember Ben Stiller turns into a lion swimmer turns into of Madagascar. Chris Oh fuck yeah. That's animated right. Yes yes I thought it was reality. I'm also it's almost as animated as your personality. Chris I would think. Ooh about this train sequence. The on off train thing is because like he's on the phone from Oregon and she's like listen. This is your mess Cleanup Blah. And by the way. You can't leave the train because the this is trying to be like a speed situation where we're like there's really clear rules and it's and it's a god you can't stop the train kind of thing and he was on the phone with you by the way go to call the rules are never that clear and they kind of always change and it doesn't make a ton of sense so it's kind of a waste of time right. Yeah I mean it's just it's to keep this movie in any kind of forward motion. Sure Hi Joanna. Hi Kimberly remember. We met at the meeting. Look I saw your budget and you're spending Two HUNDRED BILLION MOONS. What we instead hire somebody to make it look like she committed suicide like her cousin. No we can't do that. Oh stupid me. Sorry. We'RE NOT GOONEY NARES OVER. So we Killed the head of the five in Brooklyn just an FYI. That costs US two hundred thousand dollars a really good hit for this city planner. We'RE UP TO TWO MILLION DOLLARS. So let's maybe think about this a little bit better just thinking about it. Also Patrick Wilson. I Dunno man. Why don't you? I try bribing this yeah I I mean when this whole thing gets revealed. You're like that's what. This movie was a city planner. Okay do this movie ends with me going. Hey wait second exactly big bad way. He's moving around now he. He loses all of his money when he's getting back in the train like his bag get stuck on something and he pulls it and the bag rips open all of this money goes flying into the air and I was watching intently last night. 'cause he was like he's doing this crazy shit to get on and off the train. What does it give a shit about his messenger bag for and then like and I guess you're supposed to remember the money's in there and then the money flies out and I was laughing all the funniest little button on the whole thing is he? He grabs a single under dollar bill. It's the only thing that's left Which he then goes back into the train and starts like playing poker with these guys. Everybody's moved to the back of the train. That's right knee when he does something where he kills the AC on all the other cars because he's a fucking train genius all come on man. How the fuck do you know how to do that? There have been instances in the summer. Where AC is out and there have been times that. I just stay in a hot car. Because I don't WanNa be around all these fucking people up totally did. I've said many a hot car and my day SMELLY cars though no way. Oh yea was an empty car. And you're like ooh bonus might be a hot car. Might be a smelly car ready empty car on the subway. Definitely thinking about smells metro north. Though you know it's harder to S- Nikon not as many homeless people. The bathrooms all some of those bathrooms that has never cleaning the shit and Piss just and then like people leave the door open to those little bathrooms and it's just like a whole. The whole car is gone. Nine percent of our listenership really enjoys these really deep cut metro north queries. I WANNA KEEP. That goes by all means the tables in the car. I don't know that's that's not a thing right. No not a thing. There are old timers that do ride the cars that ride the train. Still that will regale you of a time when there was a bar car in the metro north trains. But no longer and I've never seen a table like no other than that the color of the seats and stuff pretty realistic. It's actually right. Yeah the Amtrak Amtrak still have that The the bar cars and they'll have a little tables Amtrak's have dining cars. That's what it is for is a dining car absolutely cabinet. I wanted to ask you specifically though because you are on in local parlance here the new haven line which is the commuter line that goes from Connecticut into the city and at last I checked which now we're talking like the early odds when we were in college but those trains with the last bastion of the bar cars. I mean when I'm getting on the train I'm sitting down and putting on headphones and trying to forget that everybody else's dare not want to be asked. Is that the only way you could shoot? But I do remember that those old timey new haven line cars because eventually the new haven line comes in to New York and make some stops in Westchester so like we would sometimes get on there or Chester and Ri- and Yeah and so when we were a purchase you would get on the train around there and I always remember. There were bars there But I guess I guess. Progress has eliminated those also. I think people got too drunk so I think it kind of which is hilarious though dude because also something they have in this movie. That's inaccurate. Is this train is going to Yankee Stadium on a Game Day? And there's very few drunken assholes around which come on there are some people in the Yankees stuff but but my the line that does go to colts. Being does stop at Yankee Stadium when there is a game and the white annoying. And you're right. It doesn't a capsule at the exact feeling of how to do his stadium while you're trying to get the fuck home. Well you can't really express. The smell of piss is a lot of his smell. My new movie the commuter it's coming out and smell-a-vision Four D. ax. I'll just pitch on your number movie theater. You know that light mist coming out to your seat it's Pysche tinkle vision exactly being on the MTA. Yeah Oh wait Oh. The movie stopped for twenty minutes for no reason the being the MTA it's like being on the MTA. Now in the movie shown people talking and laughing way too loudly cabin. People are losing their lives in this movie. It's a serious stop ye laughing at. He's playing poker with Tony and this other guy who he thinks is as big suspect. It's just like huge bucket hulk Russian guy or even know what the the was he. I don't know if we have a radar on the ethnicity however he looks like it's from Street fighter. Leeson's like looking guy. Tattoos must be a villain us well that that also is what led him to kill a fucking FBI agent not too far lelong ago. Yeah absolutely do this. Character does not learn from his mistakes and he's also what are you doing? Hey we're just playing poker. Here's out broadly hundred dollar bill. That's have if you're commuting and doing like some like innocent gambling and some guy comes in with a bloody to bill and says this is all I have left to my. Hey don't maybe don't let him by in. Don't worry it's not my blood it's FBI blood. Jesus were you just a dirt bike race. What's going on here? No one questions. How fucking filthy isn't just? Don't get it and I saw like ten minutes ago perfectly clean and he's harassing everyone. The train at it'd be like Yo Mike Honestly. Thanks but no thanks. We're Kinda done for the day. Ambien train buds. Well maybe everyone sees him filthy and dirty and stinking and bloody. Oh use the bathroom. Happy come out and one of those Gotcha. Oh crap I was. I was pretty okay. I thought I had good footing in the bathroom. And then the train took a quick look at me. Now been there so tank. Look at me now covered in Shit and fish so he basically lays out his entire plan loudly to these guys so the whole car can hear it and he's like you know step one. I'd kill the ACC. Everybody has to go into one car. I would then figure out who has to get off at cold spring and Bobby blabbity Blah and then like this dude with a guitar just gets up and leaves. And he's like well. There's the next person I have to go follow and merged at this point to like they take as he's talking about it. They're trying to keep the suspense. And even though the suspense this movie is gone. And they show. There's like I don't know like twelve people left on the train but once we get to the hostage situation coming up. There's like seventy Oliver. Yeah but there is a magic number of extras in his movie. They appear out of thin fucking air and it's a real continuity problem is he goes into the next car with this guy with the guitar. What's on your Qatar case? It's a guitar music. Are you sure did show your show to the devil this train? Don't stop at the crossroads friend. And so like they kind of. Get into it and yeah. Eventually they'd turns out. This dude is indeed the assassin And they start fighting. Let me tell you something points for this movie. Liam Neeson hits this dude with his own guitar and at the first sign of guitar making contact with this dudes noodle there is definitely an amplified guitar. Sound like a borough along. I wish I wish you Cobb on time for a sticky leakey's Solo. Here I go. Wow all sham. You're here how you it's every great. Some shitty little white kid crawls through the window and this is when this guy. This assassin is fucking firing wildly at everyone. Else is just reading fucking. I don't even know what Redo words with friends. Jody cold the next garlic. Nice try. Yeah you have to tell me. There's like a dimensional vortex between these train cars for no one even fucking notice this not even the fucking conductors. It's fucking crazy at because. Yeah he's like shooting out windows at this point and then he eventually throws this man out of the train window. This guy ticket ticket it could use some one liners. This movie kind of takes itself too seriously. I agree we'll also takes takes forty minutes for Liam Neeson throw a punch and a movie. No thanks movie absolutely not. And here's how you sort of Wet The appetite for that Steve. There is some sort of an N. It could be quick. I will say this is under two hours you can be a real quick prologue where it's Liam Neeson. He's on the beat with Patrick Wilson. And then like something something he's injured and has to retire but like you know like a little bit and he's that way you have some you know wouldn't it be better to see him reading books with his son. Is that better as an so relatable? Don't you do that like he's like chasing down some dude that like robbed abode data? You know they have a little bit of a fight. I would love it if it was just like. He stubbed his toe cut. He's insurance agent after a tire. Mar Murph. It's it's over for me bad. Leave these saying Murph throughout this movie e realistic with his whole disk disbandment from the NYPD. Retirement where we're just be like. I shot a kid yet. He hides some sort of ray on. Oh No actually it's Oh it's the NYPD. I gotTA raise arm the Commissioner told me to keep doing but when he's fighting before he fights this assassin the assassin who is you gotta tell me who the person is to kill Blah Blah Blah Blah. And we're still doing this. And also what an appropriate metaphor what a way to run a railroad. You've got one guy with the gun that has to ask the other guy who to kill the come on and clearly doesn't want to do it like I always love these movies whereas you know who's the best person to do a murder is someone who absolutely doesn't WanNa do it. Well yeah and that's just like it's the same this assassin. It's the same thing with Patrick Wilson at the end of the movie where they're both characters that are like listen man. This is far beyond you. Herreid the people that are running the scab you know to you. They're making me do kind of a thing and this is SAS installing. That and I'm like no. It's actually it is pointless. You're right like Patrick Wilson chasing this girl and give this girl agency in some manner do and now. She's looking over her shoulder trying not to be murdered and make it that. We don't need all these characters hacked. Xactly Hi Joanna Kim again. Yeah you remember. Did you send five assassins to take his family to assassin job? Could you fuck and tell me what you're doing here? Listen join a we're going to meet the receives when you're back in on Monday. This was just really blown out of proportion here the end. They don't even fuck in accomplish that mission the FBI apparently gets there before an arrest. Three men outside his house. So it's just like these. These goons are being so misappropriated. And they're going to. They're just fucking bad at the job. Yeah you know last year when you asked for two hundred goons under your supervision greg and I really were. We fought about it but we gave it to you but now I think it would have to bring Greg in for another meeting. We're going to have a bad day. Don't Joanna did you say he would cover his travel to that. You're paying for his gas money. Now that's happened. Yeah welcome to a discount go home. We sometimes get the job done but to be completely honest with Jews. Sometimes we will grossly fuck it up. Yep we're based in got the city okay all day off. Garish. Names like you would imagine. This is no Blida Reiter. A tough a tough. A Nike Co blue. Raiders are extra expensive. I think but this shows you these fucking goons man like the Mafia. They know what they're doing it on this has been a pro mafia show since inception and it's like why stay out of the crime racket amateurs. Exac exactly you know who's fucking finding this girl and murdering her immediately the mafia their greatest killing witnesses. It's never like Oh. Should we gotta find that witness? Let's all get fucking Irish fucking cop on a tray that doesn't WANNA kill. It didn't do it like no actually. It's fucking veto. That killed four people as good at it yeah. The Mafia has never sat down to have a planning meeting in where they're like all right. Johnny finally we're going to let you execute your elaborate plan to kill this witness. I guess they're trying to north by northwest type of thing sherm moving. Look look I can get. You were ten snipers for like five hundred dollars. But they can't aim. Never reveal whom Joanna is working for or is and that sort of thing you need is she like all you need to do is be like she works for the governor. Something that is the thing right there. Do the governor like the next highest up some sort of statewide scandal or even yet. If that's the case or something you know just drugs vague drug altaic but Sydney Planner. My Eyes glazing. You have to make it something you just have to. This is a baseline city planner. Anyway ended the movie by. There's there's a surprising number and maybe Eric again you you in Chris take the metro north far more than I do. Air Under has as well. I've taken my fair share. Ever seen quite as many train axes in these absolute total of zero train. Axes back cool. That's part of this as well. I better use this trade act. I guess it's supposed to be in like a fire. Emergency can't or something like what break glass in case of assassin a hatchet. It's not even a fucking. Yeah so he finally fucking figures out. That plan is the teenage girl. Who's had her ear buds in this whole movie? Lucky her like it's now he's basically been like okay like I know who you are. I'M NOT GONNA kill you. We have to figure out. What's going on and Vera? For Mega calls back. And she's like hey man Everyone's GonNa die Just FYI everybody's GonNa die and Salim. Niessen in this last act of heroism is like well if we never get too cold spring then we don't have to worry about this and he makes this fucking conductor. This dude has been on the job for thirty two years. Sam pull this emergency brake but oh the emergency brake is rigged to the front of the train and it blows out the like engineers area and do this old guy who we see here and there throughout the movie cooked up like a crispy critter kinda looks delicious. He does He. Looks like some fucking Chinese barbecue. This guy I mean like if no one the trains going to derail any way you always wanted to know what human flesh tastes. And it's all you know what this train may derail better resort to. Cannibalism why I sounds like I'm not gonNA eat dinner for a long time. Hey millennial you wanNA split this guy. Who's this fucking? Mta worker with. I know he's not spread across avocado toes. Or whatever thirty dollars to eat this guy. I got the deal. Best meet is in the ass just watched look eaten ass millennials. I thought you liked each class. Well here I am a boomer eaten ask show Charlotte's Abba jump on going to hold out. You mean you mean you say eat NAS is tugging the asshole. No no no no no no I put it on a plate. The eat like a fucking loaf of bread. There's acid show good. It's as good as those horse. Carriages in central. Oh Man I forgot. That's another dumb opinion of his. He's very adamant that he wants horses. Running around Manhattan. Which makes it enough. We might be back to it. That's true waiting for the wolves to come out of the park. Christopher be splitting a fucking carriage down to your place we have to get. Cape's then you'd ever GonNa be just ride down the road fucking Oswald Kabul pots parrot. Oh whatever man so he you know the the explosion happens or whatever and they're trying to separate you know the engine car from the rest of the cars so everybody can be safe in. This thing can just crash and like he needs more help. So the Sam the conductors back on the job and this guy right here oh man. He's got this libraries like he's like I've always said it would either be the people or the trains that get me. I always knew it would be the train and I'm like so sir in your storied career as a conductor of for this railroad. You always knew the train would be the cost of your data like again. We we we. We we poked fun at the police. But like you know those those guys really walk in like hey this might be the last day I sign up for this job you know. And that's a real fear and similarly with the with firemen. That's into brave thing to do when you're a train conductor. You shouldn't be. You should be suiting up. The League like my last day on Earth every day. Well you don't understand you see this This train was briefly. Part of the UBER EATS program. I was expecting one day to be eaten and consumed by this train. Uh for sustenance so eats that's why they added so many fucking local stops that make no sense absolutely so yeah there's a massive derailment like they they get everything gotTa unhooked. This conductor is killed because the engine part of the train like flips over. This guy just goes sky high. I WANNA see him. Niessen GETS BACK to safety. Somehow I WANNA see him. Bite it a little harder. It's a quick cut away and I'm like I kinda WanNa see something go through his brain. Yeah absolutely there's dislocate the train cars. And then there's an just a random chain that flies out and connects them again so they have to disconnect that and then that goes flying up and Liam these goes flying forward and makes it into the rest of the he's invincible. In this move there is some bad fucking like Liam Neeson's cartoon makes it back to the train the CGI's but he starts chewing on a carrot. And I mean like guess what everybody's dead not just Liam Neeson's but you see this from like a a bird's eye view in holy Shit. Everyone is dead. Kinda like tables and Shit like non asa on their dead. You're seeing a train car. This is a huge missed opportunity. We're talking about how this movie has some previous missed opportunities for some levity. There's even some flat out comedy right. Here's where you need it. Because there's a shot of a road with the railroad crossing and the things are down people. Don't drive through and whatever and then. The train comes through sideways cause of the derailment. You need a gag. Words like an old couple in a car and they're waiting at the train crossing. And it's like Oh Harold. These trains always take forever to pass by broken. Train passes the wrong way you know. And then they're like MAG goodness knows who would have some levity. We can't have that you want the ghostbusters couple. We'll take the next one absolutely. There's a bad in his apartment. That Kinda Shit. You need those kinds of thing. Meal like there was a joke. Like that. And unstoppable that right. I've never see the shore. I don't think it stop and honey. Yes it is Eric Good. There are people that swear by that being a great movie. What say you Chris Cabinet? It's what it's fine. It's trash trash bag. Dude Oud trash bag. I probably should all these directors works of because it's the same director right non stop now. That's Tony Scott isn't it on? Data unstoppable mixed up. Yeah Oh yeah I'm talking about unsolvable the Chris Pine Denzel Movie. I believe Chris Nonstop is the Liam Neeson airplane. Yes which is. Essentially unstoppable as the other train movie which I remember I saw and I was like this is not for me but then people are now raving about it. So I don't know maybe I should go back in any event so there. Yeah the movie four because this is like yes. The train stops and everyone's like stopped and like all of a sudden all this nypd of why? I am beacon. That's how that works. Sam kneels got them surrounded. And it's a hostage situation and also Pat Kiernan becomes really important at the end of this movie. Pat Kiernan local New York one news broadcaster part of the MC you officially. He's just like well. It seems like there's Oh Hey there. It's a Canadian accent. But like it's Oh there's the train derailed and there seems to be a hostage situation now like. How do you get any of this information? Do not only that he fucking straight up is like an it would appear as if there's an ex nypd officer who's taken hostages and. I'm like really dude. Where's the information being relaid year? All right and now let's to what is in the paper. How garb is eight LASAGNA? We now cut to Roger Clark Petty Gitten. Yeah just no one for the Roger. Clark jokes all right. No sorry what's that he's like he's kind of a living is a really nice guy but he seems like a living joke on the. Newark one offices because he always does. He kind of looks like what's that character actor Salt Ruben a little bit. Is that right and he gets like silly anytime. There's a silly story a New York one. It's it's Roger Clark just an FYI. Oh I don't remember that guy. The funny thing is now my cable provider does not give me New York one really. I just got it up here. Which is crazy. I'm white man. I hope someday files gives it to me so I can have that sweet sweet New York ones zen monotone news delivery bag. Hi Joann Have you turned on the television? I would like you to turn on and remember we could have hired one mother fucking assassin and this would have been all over but now we've got a PR disaster this size of Fuck in World War. Two on our hands. That's fantastic but no Joanne refuses famously. To work with towel now everyone knows we got bad. Goons try that. You don't want to try. That said they have bad goons. The goods are great. I tried to goods that great. It's because they don't slice the garlic thin and it's this thing where Liam Neeson's knows the score meetings are all right. There's gotta be snipers. Let's put newspaper on the windows. Okay Okay Yeah. And they're still twenty minutes left this movie and it feels like forty five to this movie goes on for fucking ever and by they go ahead they put up these newspapers and then the NYPD which obviously by the here but they take out of their sniper takes out the super scope. Like we're in. We're in the fucking Arnold Schwarzenegger movie a racer and we see like everyone. Talented with this x Ray. Shit Yadana what's going with that and everyone's got this yellow thing this yellow or And then Patrick Wilson like I'll go in I know the guy and he's wearing like a body cam of some kind or a look a little tag so he's blue so the guy knows who's who it's like. What the fuck technology is this. Yeah I have no clue desert Israel or not. I'm leaning towards move magic here The Girls Sofia's her name this Prynne because she's reading the scarlet letter Hester Prynne. Wow does everybody get it even Liam Neeson is just like okay. But even scarlet letter doesn't really apply to what is even happening in the does and it's just like the name. Yeah I guess they were like by the way before you get on the train. We need to know what book you're going to be reading Because that will be your codename going forward. Isha scarlet letter. I remember that. It's a lovely romantic comedy book Between two people and he writes him letters on red paper. It's it's ready for my son's class. Yeah exactly this whole fucking movies like shadow to basic lit eighth grade mandatory. Bi Ch- we'll even what's his face Mike the Cleaners Guts Online kazaa leave Neeson's reading weathering heights at one point and He's like Charlotte Bronte or whatever and he goes Amalie it's right there the of the L. Let me tell you how books work right so in the front cover and ordinarily if you WanNa know who wrote the book you'll look right. There in the information will be pretty prominently display to be honest with you. Mike only know that because my favorite Girl was reading it so Patrick I'm going to get in there. I'M GONNA solve this case and look right and you know he's crooked immediately and he gets John He walks he walks onto the train. And he's like. Hey My hey. Mike we're in a real fix your buddy. How ARE WE GONNA get out of this? When I'm like just reveal yourself to make crooked that double exactly you know how you know. He's crooked Steve because he is appearing again in the film. Now I'm remembering actually when I saw this What I what? I saw that the theaters. We had a few drinks to start sure and I was very very clearly. Remember like really having to Piss at this point and I'm like shut the Fuck Up Patrick. Wilson. I'VE GOTTA GO. Take a leak. That'd be good for your stand up album name. Patrick Wilson I gotta go also. It's weird because here is Sam. Neill this NYPD captain. They say that he's in-command in this situation. Which yes he's out of his jurisdiction but also not for nothing the fucking FBI is on hand that's the FBI is all over this thing. Yeah they're they're subservient to the NYPD. Where's the state police in all of this? Oh state you see the state police for two seconds in the scene where he is there in Tarrytown and he's hiding under the train yes and I believe they're wearing the wrong color uniform. No I I think they're correct. It's the gray with the purple at look. I thought it was green today. Maybe maybe I was greening out. Ooh that could be but yes we get the whole scoop and you know. Murph is on the scene and he's trying to do the whole like well. You know we gotta get some passengers off here. He had asked him previously. This is where I was like. What the fuck did he say because he goes or how many people patrick wasn't says how many people are on the train. Leeson's like I like fifteen or twenty and I was like well that can't be true. I think there's like five and then all of a sudden you see all of these extras just booking off this train. That was like where do these people come from? The twenty other people leave and they're still like the eight to ten people we've been following and I'm like what the fuck happened. And Patrick Wilson does this thing where he fucks up because look when Prynne reveals herself. She tells the story about how this guy said something. There are no noble people and data and then Patrick Wilson said. Well you know Mike. There are no noble people Blah Blah Blah. And right yeah And so it's like he's crooked and then he's like all right so which one is Prynne. This girl stands up and is like Oh you know I'm praying it's me Blah Blah Blah. And then all of a sudden in a sickening turn in this. They have a fucking. I am Spartacus. Moment started up by that fuck in the big tattooed guy that he's playing poker. We know arc. You know I am print and then Florence. I'm printing can I be in a better movie now doing very very soon? Sure sure you can absolutely Florence. You could be in two of them. You can also do that. Wrestling Moves Yes so they have their spartacus moment. And then like leaving using gets in a fight with Patrick Wilson and Patrick Wilson out of nowhere. This masterful knifes men. Yeah and he's giving them all these a quick stabs like a Ninja and everyone's getting involved in the fight. Now like Tony gets involved there is. It's the worst part of the. I am spartacus moment. After saying where I was I am printing I am printed. Everyone gets up and does it all the main characters except for the wacky other conductor. Who's like well? I'm definitely not print. Let me let me know that. Fucking Jake Lee. Remember a huge laugh in the in the theater the time with the Lulu real mild applause broke out. God Damn it and you guys saw this in New York yes so it's like I guess these people just never never ridden the metro north or anything. Why some people in this town that never leave the five boroughs the same people that laughed at that of the same people that literally always because this joke always kills for some reason that eminem commercial. That's in front of every movie ever with like this. Is Your mission. No this is an odd. Elope people lose it at that line. I've never noticed that really people appreciate that eminem humor. Yes they do and also my wife is now in the in the audience. And I've stolen that joke from urged mad at me. Oh Jen gets full credit for that joke. Isn't it at long last? Leave say like the fucking Carlos Mencia of podcasts. That everyone knows outed everyone knows. People love eminem comedy. They love Emmett him base. I have seen the green one. Oh dude she's so sexy. It's unbelievable I can't I can't whenever that comes on. Tv I gotTA throw a brick through it. Have you ever tried the green? Eminem TAB on porn hub Azziz. It's as a bunch of fucking losers fucking bags of candy. While Chan Tab is open on the computer. I said wild. Yeah you want. You want to spend a few months in containment. Check out the Green EMINEM TAB on. We'll say yes so whatever he Patrick was again this fight at it turns out whoops Liam Neeson ripped the little blue thing off of him and all of these snipers murder. Patrick Wilson it's kind of funny and then like everyone from the FBI just knows immediately Liam Neeson was good the whole time. And they're like. Don't worry buddy. We're not even going to bring you in for questioning. It's totally cool do. They're not bringing anybody in for questioning because there's an FBI agent who's asking this girl print like right there about all the shit and I'm like get this woman to say at log last. I you save the money on gas. Could you now get into the same house? Fucking detective Garcia. Whatever he's doing this interrogation in the middle of a flaming train yard. But I do think that Leeson. We'll get the Ethel Rosenberg treatment for this. This is just too much and the destruction of property it all sure property. It's real easy. Fbi agent. And Mike I. I swear I'm good. He's again I know it's you and Patrick. Wilson Patrick. Wilson is clearly fucking Evil Wilson from these. The bad guy There's there is a kind of funny like around the Horn with like sort of the more famous of the train Crowd here including like yeah the aforementioned like wacky train conductor is hitting on the nurse and Liam Neeson's like ha young love dude one of the funniest shots every he turns his head. He looks at. They cut the floors pugh. Dumping all of this fake. Id's dumpster. Leo Decent. Just changing lives left and right. He hit proud to in that moment. He's just yup towards Kasese like he when he has an encounter with her about it. She's like they're not mine. My boyfriend made me carry this Bhagwat. Vlade he's like well he's not much of a by friend if he's making your do schemes like this now is he. He sees her dumping out all the ideas. I S now. Two hundred children have to find another way to drink liquor illegal all right. I want to transport these two hundred fake. Id's costs a lot of money to make him pretty legal. Doing WanNa spend the sixty bucks on the FUCKING UBER. Up to cold spring now. I think what I'd like to do is put her on a fucking train where she has to go through three fucking checkpoints seriously and also. I don't know what this like. Mail order fake. Id's sheet is back in the day. Man I just went to a fucking head shop down and macdougal Street and some dude took me behind the curtain and took my photograph and that was the end of it was when I was the only one with a fake. Id Nude photograph. No I mean maybe it was just my face. They had a nude idea. That's it I had a brother. My brother was a couple years older than me. So just would use old ones. That would work like seventeen percent of the dime stopped working out So they're really shorter. All right. Your height is on this issue. That's that's a problem says here you were born in. Nineteen fifty two. I was wearing stilts when I got my. Id taken yeah. That's garbage exchange. Like so his his wife and son show up and they're kind of like taking him home and Sam Neil's like standing there and he's like Oh just give me a second honey and they kind of talk and it's just like you know we miss guys like you and the department guys that do it right. I'm like all right. So you're missing not crooked cops. That's what you're saying. I mean you've seen the news right I'd be. We are just like a fucking nest of vipers. Oh Man we do. We do get a fucking great Pat Kiernan with a potential sequel setup. Because there's like this news montage again of like all this like Television News Years Audio. And it's here in and being like also. Police are trying to figure out the whereabouts of this possible. Joanna while we ask does she even exist. And you're like man nobody cares and then there's speaking of nobody cares is a Stinger seen. Oh yeah and epilogue the button. Yeah it's it's an epilogue it's Li it's Liam Neeson another train In Chicago and he comes up to Veneta JOANNA WHO's reading the Count of Monte Cristo is I liked that book go dead. Ding. And it's like Oh man shut up everybody good ending. Better Sandwich. And he's like well. Let me tell you something do you want? What would you do in this situation? What you're about to get arrested. And he shows his New York City Police Department badge which has no jurisdiction in Chicago. Who are you fucking Axel? Foley not is happening like it's one thing if you wanted to make him like oh he's now part of the FBI like make him have more of a connection with aging Garcia or some. Yeah exactly or maybe. She's on the subway. You know what I mean like the regular regular subway. Jags excellent. Why did YOU HAVE TO BE CHICAGO? Greg it's Kim you're sending Joanna to Chicago Office. I'm not dealing with this again okay. I'm sorry I th I think part of it is like to scare the audience. Oh my God. I'm a commuter but thank God I'm not a New York. Elite happen in shark or another city. Yeah I guess so. It's just it's so dumb that he's just part of the NYPD. Like I don't know I'm just like that doesn't really solve his money woes. Either why I know. Well that should have been a thing. That's the that's the thing is like Sam Neill. You should have seen Sam. Neill offer him the job right there. Yeah yes 'cause then it's like all right you're at least employed the money stuff you know you'll be able to put your kid through college and whatever maybe him and Sam. Neill are on a different take. You know yes. They're like maybe with the Mafia against these new upstarts and that way he could pay his two mortgages. Go there double secret. Corrupt lied about being a double with anybody. Recommend this movie. No I remember seeing it the first time and kind of enjoying it for silly romp and again I was pretty lit up having to see it again knowing where it was going in the silly beats i. It's a no for me. Maybe it's worth it the first time around. But it's I can't I can't distance myself from this last watch which felt like a slog. It's a no for me. I mean it's okay to like a movie. I know people do enjoy this movie and I feel like it's tired after seeing Liam Neeson play this basically same movie like fifteen times. There's better versions of this movie with him in it right that I can't recommend this and also I know and by the way yes we nitpicked about New York geography. And but it's I know this probably pissed some people off but it's so easy to get it right why why do it wrong? Why do it wrong white alienate the people who live in the areas where this takes place the place where there's over eight million people? I mean not for nothing. You have the Internet now. You can check this stuff you can. Have someone do research when you're writing the screenplay you know Chris Gavin. Ics FOR ME. Actually I think this is pretty entertainment born. Yes that's me I'm a contrarian. Oh why do you love it? I think it's I think it's well directed trash. I think that I think it works up until about when the assassin fight happens It's it's engaging I actually didn't like it the first time I saw and liked it better this time and with the accuracy of the things. I don't give a fuck like I. I honestly like the fucking subway flies. Great if I don't future I actually. I liked it better on re watch as well but I'm not definitely not singing. Its praises I would say. I mean Steve. I think I was in your boat the first time we saw it. Which was the booze cruise that we are on? That was the boat that we were And yet share like liquor helps with these kind of movies. I'd say it's kind of like a soft recommend think this is a kind of a hangover movie. Abbas especially because it has pretty much the singular location that you're kind of like dozing in and out and you can up and be like well. I guess he's still on the train. Or whatever and like and I actually I think I also kind of agree with Chris a little bit in that it is kind of a decent enough mystery trying to figure out what's going on here because she's on the phone it also has a little bit of that like die hard with a vengeance or like phone booth kind of you know the terrorist is on the phone kind of thing which keeps me engaged even though like. I'd rather see Vero Farm Megan doing more than just you know ninety nine percent voice performance. Yeah but you know. I will say if you're looking for like a better movie and Mr Colette. Sarah's filmography I do think orphan is a better movie I think has of waxes a better movie but also as far as the LIAM NIECE IN CA- labs. I remember kind of having fun with run all night which they did three years prior to that has like the best cast. I think of all of them in that one Ed Harris. Oh yes only one. I haven't seen that one you got. Yeah it's common. You got yourself some. Oh Yeah Bruce McGill. Isn't no Jokin. Amon Joel Kinnamon. Got Joel Kennan Vincent de Now. Frio at Harris got a little bit of a deeper bench to play with But overall I don't think this is I that terrible I could see the hangover situation. I co sponsor that legislation out. There you go in. That is the commuter from twenty eighteen director by homemade quilts. Sarah thank you so much our good buddy Joel from California for calling this one and that. My friends concludes the twenty listener requests month. Unless I'm mistaken. No that's that's it. That's the end of it. That's it that's done. Thank you so much for everybody. Who called in about all that? We do have some listener requested things of course on the Patriot Patriot. Dot Com slash. We hate movies. We had back to back. A T and g episodes requested which was great. We got the GUMMY BEARS ON ANIMATION. Damnation Got Ferris bueller on. We love movies. Everything's a movie about somebody pretending to be sick. 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Release one Kinda like the nexus but for melrose place the no however it's going to be one hour or forty five minutes each per episode twice twice a week. Release that way. You got some more stuff kind of metered out throughout the week for you to listen to as we are We don't like turn into bug people that's right and it's just lasting until containment is over for the northeastern. Yeah exactly right. Yeah so look forward to that coming out. Stay TUNED OLIVER. Social media for show updates just like that so he's going to be on top of the WHM releases and The prime feed will continue next Tuesday as well said. What do we have going on there? We're unlocking something from the false beacon trying to do some stuff We're unlocking a previously patrons only episode on Man of steel A very highly rated episode on that small subset of people that on the Patriot show which should be much much larger but now everyone gets to listen to it. It's going to be Super Fun Yeah that was one of our first full length episodes we did on. Patriae on By the way also the Justice League commentary. We mentioned that no. That's right yeah Reminding me to put that together. But as the Justice League commentary is coming out as well as that's another thing to do During our containment here of course And Yeah you know we will just We're GONNA take this a week at a time gang but as far as we're concerned with this remote recording technology. Whm is staying on the air so next week. You're going to enjoy and we should say this case. We don't get a chance to make a bumper. Those Steve. They're gonNA enjoy man of steel. We're going to unlock the vault for that. But then next week after that what new content will be we. Will we be tossing out for and I'm hoping that by CAT's meows arguing picked up which? I think that they are which is awesome. We are going to be releasing vampires John Carpenter's vampires because in April. 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MIDWAY - Double Toasted Audio Review

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MIDWAY - Double Toasted Audio Review

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You just mentioned that like ten minutes did I listen. I don't pass. Chris is not helping futures right. He's not he's not sitting here in the see uh-huh youth or you're just did. It's only future Chris Right now okay. Pasqua's astle he's a stressed out the dire going. He's just glad the future to deal with it right now. There's a lot of fucking Sir I don't like it but you know it is interesting. That Ron Emmerick. He's he said he's a few hits. And Mrs mostly misses in the last few years. I'd say get the hell out of there were you doing you know. I think his last film didn't do particularly well. There's no talk about that one. I don't have any Goddamn pictures for that movie. The no no no no the film. I'm talking about right now. Is Independence Day resurgence. Oh that's right. That was a lot of people forgot that happened. Even he wants to forget that even happened. Did you see the thing that came out recently about. Oh Oh my God. It's he said that he regrets making that movie. Yeah he should have done it when he said he couldn't get will Smith Will Smith was really supposed to be on a film then. He went to go do suicide squad. Okay and he's like as soon as that happened. I because I had sat down. Go to rewrite the script with my with my people and we just didn't have a compelling story we just didn't have that lead or that kind of right right now who could who could carry this because they like a lot of moving parts of that movie the too many subplots too many characters that you just didn't care about right honestly it'd be a common theme for a lot of his movies actually had this. The problem for me is that I didn't like Independence Day. Oh Okay Yeah I. I'm Kinda with you. I think the reason why I think it depends just as fine like for the spectacle at the time like a lot of the effects like this. This is very cool. I'm telling you people where starving for a star wars movie I acres. That's the reason why I really think the film has had this legacy that is having people were hungry. thirsting for a sequel ended up getting research which was not great. But here's the thing ruin MC again wanted you forget about that and he wants to instead to concentrate on his new film midway And we both saw this film and I'm probably GonNa uh get the trailer up so people can also see if you guys haven't haven't seen the movie you gotTa Get some type of perspective what we're GonNa be talking about right now. It's a it's a drama that's based on on the World War Two the battle of midway which is an important part of the of the war. CIA change history. Honestly I mean people people kind of forget that you know the history is always written by the victors and it's like we were always winning finds it was people were getting a little nervous When you had the Japanese Empire really taking out a lot of our flavor? That's the other thing about this movie too is that doesn't just cover midway. I mean this is kind of cliff notes of the Pacific Theater of World War which I think is kind of cool but yeah to give people kind of in the context. Yeah no no I delete up into people. Man People Got Mad. Let's we'll look at the trailer and then we'll come back with our view Cut It. I figured it was just a user tutors. Take him under my way. Hugh's find to be scared. Pearl Harbor is the greatest intelligence failure in American history can never happen again. I WANNA make it right. Some of the boys want to fight the Japanese. Were playing something bigger. So what's the target. I believe it's midway Washington disagrees. Washington is wrong if we lose Japanese on the West Coast. Seattle San Francisco Must Angeles. o'byrne we need to throw a punch. They know what it feels like to be a couple of dozen playing all Japanese fleet. This isn't it fair. These the you know that you came clue. People are counting on. You'd be able to face anything breath epoch. which can expect from a lot of Mr Moore's films now with the exception of stonewall he does nothing small? Yeah that's true. Yeah no I mean it's funny because you know you know history was always my favorite subject in school. Is that right. Yeah yea was and like every aspect of history ancient history from stunning Mesopotamia Euphrates River valley. I love the Mister peabody. Yeah I know things. I'm snot dumb to punch in front of me. They don't like it. I get I get nervous when I always liked. That part of history was always funny. Because I was like I was the the nerdy history buff in class like I loved agent history so it wasn't really impressive class. They just wanted to get to the stuff. That was the things that they love. Because you you know I it was filled with all the explosions. And Look if you're GONNA do a World War Two moving you got you gotta get some explosions is in there. I think I think that's obvious and Rome Roland Emmerich right way you can say about the guy and his film output he. The EP delivers that in this movie. Well he's always been. I've always thought of him as the other Michael Bay. Yeah Yeah I guess Michael Bay whose films at least I don't like all of them but it's like there's something there there is something about things being big surest bloating Yeah no exactly and you know this film. You'RE GONNA get it you're gonNA you're not. This is the the cliff notes of the Pacific Theater with explosions again. Just kind of a little bit history. It just baffled midway kind of what the offensive led up to it but it actually took place over the course of three days and from June from between June fourth and seventh nineteen forty two six months after Pearl Harbor Okay Japanese tact and it was one month after the battle the coral sea it was we when we had sunk a number of the Japanese carriers ones that kind of have all their planes. Like sure number. We're of architecture. Carrier planes go into the water and this this was a very least they got no place to land no exactly and this and this is what happened. This can lead up to this this moment where we had a massive success but after people forget like we're losing the Pacific theater at this time during the war you know Pearl Harbor was catastrophic. They they didn't they didn't they suck a number of battleships they didn't sink our carriers. You know for whatever reason they don't kind of briefly goes into that but then it also the film also kind of touches on doolittle's Raid Jessica leads up to time. which is the firebombing of Japan? So again this film is covering so much history and it's like for for someone who is kind of unfamiliar with that. I think that's Kinda Fun. It is okay all these care you have like a particular huge cast one person particular or the you have your have your your lead actors of course one Who's played by at her home? You you say this guy's red screen at screen is how you say his name who plays a one of the pilots in the movie. Who is now? These are all based on real people who participate in the battle. But that's he's playing lieutenant. Richard Dick Best. You have a number of other actors who you see through ratted. Patrick Wilson Plays Eric Leighton. Who is kind of like this? A coder who's intelligence is intelligence. Exactly you've Luke Evans. Who plays a Lieutenant Commander Wayne mcklusky? You have Woody Harrelson who's also in the film who plays Admiral Admiral Chester Nimitz Anyway. But you have a lot of people in this movie. You have tremendous kastens current events. And it's like look you're going to get a you know a lot of what we can expect with role Eric Film. You know a lot of people doing a whole bunch of stuff that's blown up stuff which is for for those of you going there. I think that's great. Hey I think if you're GONNA show the battle of midway that you gotTa have you got your. They made a movie about this. Before back in the seventies all matter of fact it was incense sense around. Okay really yeah yeah. I know this. The Pacific theater specific. They've there's been so many war films about this you know And it's interesting because you have role emigrant clear is very passionate about the subject You know I mean they're marketing is like hey this is. This is coming out on Veterans Day. No no no not we are not exactly and I. I think that's great. I admire that passion. And you know there is some exemplary filmmaking in terms of some of the action film. That's the thing that kind of stands out to me and I like that. You're covering something to at least for the most part is inspired fired by real life events I I do admire that when a new director who's passionate about certain subjects. Oh yeah no you know you can see that. He's passionate about and so many of his movies have been stuff you know. Let's science fiction for the most part share or you know you got what the day after tomorrow where he takes time change to a ridiculous level or the cold is fucking chasing you. It's literally cannot have it yet and I think the ridiculous quotient is turned way down. It's this is probably his most serious movie. It is where he was like really going for. Something says he's going for is making a modern Auden version of one of those old war movies That's a lot of a number of our friends have kind of said that. Yeah Watch it the whole time. I was like this is like one of those old old like most of you before your time but as to pump out all the time in black and white but it really has that aesthetic throughout except modernized. I mean you know you're not using practical effects I'll w CG but it cg that's done away where it's easy to forget that it is. Yeah no no. It isn't even when we were sitting the theater there a number of times when we went like when the planes were make it. Yeah and and that's and that's the part of the movie that that I just really really enjoyed. I'll be completely honest like the action this film for the most part. I mean there are some times in the. CGI doesn't it's like it's a little wonky you know as because also the fact that this is not a funny like huge studio always like actually no. It's like Emmerick was so passionate with this project. He kinda got the money together. Just make this and so that's why it's only I think it was made for like one hundred million dollars what you know. It's like a one hundred million dollars. No it definitely does there are some walkie. CGI But but for the most part like all the action scenes those sequences of the airplanes ships the submarine's destruction every how the heroic actions it's it's it's really really cool stuff like this is amazing just to kind of look at right here and you do you get caught up in it. Yeah you do another element I really liked about. It is that I was good about going back and forth not not always but every so often often showing things from the Japanese side. I mean actually glad you brought that up because it reminded me of a film that had come on number cleese woods film with Jim. Oh that's maybe my favorite Clint Eastwood fill in one of my favorite movies and probably one of my favorite just woodward. Oh yes because so often we don't. We don't get to see the perspective of the Axis Powers Germany which is where you can keep that the Japanese okay. Hey Yeah you did subjugate you know the mainland China Korea and the Philippines and like at the I.. Saying that what you root for them but you do see their perspective and the perspective of the military leadership yeah and and just kind of ordinary soldiers and pilots. That's the other thing that they do really good job of setting up in this film again context histories often written by the victors. But this movie they show like now Japanese more advance in terms of their naval superiority and in terms of their aircraft. Yeah technolog- like the zero fighter was way more advanced danced in anything that we had. The fact like are even in the movie. The planes could suck terrible. They're constantly breaking down. How to these guys? Yeah Yeah exactly. How lucky man good old fashioned American intuition? I wish every spirit was pretty cool but no. You're absolutely right like I. I liked that we kind of saw the Japanese perspective and Admiral Yamamoto say his named like being at the film. You before the movie starts. You see like Patrick Wilson's character Edmund. Leighton visiting Japan speaking Yamamoto Modo and come on the ground. Like go to war with each other like this is how it has to be and again. I like that ending. That's like Japan we can. We can almost almost as we could defeat you. That'd be very quick war. We gotta take you out fast you know or you're going to overrun you over on us. You'll wake a A slumbering giant ordinarily happen so I liked that perspective and was those quiet moments in the film that I really did appreciate the thing about the movie that we're seeing a lot of things right now about this school which is Kinda rare for amherst film but the the thing that really did eventually kind of made me sour on it to a degree was the fact that you have too many goddamn characters in this film. You have so many characters in this movie that I don't get the chance to really know anybody and I get why you want to cover all this. Because they they. They played incredibly important roles in all aspects of this of the Pacific theater of these various events and Pearl Harbor in in doolittle's raid and in the midway. I get that but as someone who's WHO's watching this it's hard for me to really get. Attached to anybody is kind of trouble is to say this. It's like okay. It's like at the end end of the day. I know these are real people in the moment I I'm caring for them and what they're doing but I'm getting kind of bored I forget who you are. You all kind of look the same after a while your all your monthly Brooklyn accented type. You touched on something. I WANNA bring up. I can say I agree with you. I don't agree with okay. Cool which is not me saying. You're wrong I'm not clear simply my opinion of course cinema cinema. Sure but you're right. There's so many characters it it's hard to get attached to any of them but when I can't say that by the time we get to the battle of Midway I had the revelation that it's not about me getting attached to these guys Because this this event is bigger than any one of these people sure sure like what what all this means. That's the thing to focus on. That's that's what it's really about. I mean all these guys even if I had gotten attached to them they are they are. I mean. They played an important role. So it's good as long as I can pick out who they are and what role they played in this. This is the thing you know. What would it all comes down to? And what was at stake in that battle. Yeah now as far as being too many because we've seen war flicks that our ensembles With no real main character per se. Sure but what we have of these main characters you saw that list go down Goddamn index yeah. I don't want to bring bring this up every time but it was just overwhelming. How wow there's a cookie cutter factory of white dudes the same slight variations on the same guy my entire film? I mean even even Michael Bay Pearl Harbor. He stuck in Cuba gooding junior. And they're like man enough that every war film that we see painted as America one World War Two sure. It's like the Russians more and more a lot like the Russians mhm in America's stepped in at the last minute and and helped out a lot but don't could senate like we came and went over there on our own or American on on its own and did this but this thing it's like Yup all the same variation of guy on every battleship in every battle. Who did everything so I wouldn't be surprised? Somebody say yeah. I couldn't tell them apart I get it. I mean that's an issue I had. It was like I like honestly I thought it was funny like particularly this when we. We'll talk about this guy here like Nick Jonas who's in the film. I thought he was probably one of the person to really confused simply because there's another guy at the same position that he has he's like a gun in one of these planes and I thought Oh wait. Here's the mustache forgetting when you get a mustache. It's going to have a moustache. The editing air. There were several guys whose name didn't pop up there. Who would show up and then acting what happened they get killed and the David Cameron focus on another guy in a different scene? Like oh we thought that Guy Dying Jack Toussaint same way. Okay I guess they're just cannon fodder just about everybody in here I think is okay. You know so some are good some are just. Everyone's I think for the most part everyone is doing a solid job. Like like you even putting this seconds. Three people just just scraping for people that stand out and we're just like I don't know what movie so you were in one. Jonas's one because everybody's on your list. Yes because he's got more detail. XM OUGHTA. I thought I told me this. And you never be fade. You know what I'm saying. He's got that thick Brooklyn Accent Brooklyn named Bruno. His last name is guide. Oh Bruno Renault Guy Though he's Jersey shore all the way and then. You Got Dennis Quaid who now like like those a time in his life way similar you could go on Harrison Ford. Yes but now he's motor he could've yes. Yeah but I forgot who somebody said. He's he's doing now. I'm Laurel I can't take credit for this this quote that someone said but I I love this. This is the night after the screening. Someone said that Dennis Quaid was going through a mid transformation to Tommy Lee Jones. US away from. That's why these points where skin is peeling off. But he's still wave. But he's very close to Tommy Lee Jones Harrison Ford. But he's he's trending towards Tommy. Lee Jones The number one offender is the character who gets the most greentop. WHO's if there's a main character this? It's almost him. It is and has got them at screen that he is doing like Joe. This kid the scared we gotta help them out. He's like a Cabbie from the nineteen thirty. Yeah everybody's accent it's like he's he's British and a lot of accents like like some actors are so good when you find out British. You're like what exactly you're shocked by. And then some the ones I can often pick out all they do is nasal otherwise their accent. I'm like that's not from any any place. Specific place in America now European tender like I have a nasal accent believe. I don't sound like benedict cumberbatch. He's I yeah he's the worst No no actually hugh. Laurie actually even worse. Yes that Kinda baritone China yeah. It's it's very odd. Yeah I mean it's green. He just like he's like almost like he heard me say they'd like okay. I'M GONNA pick an area cartoonish. It's and it's like every time he's like in a very dramatic scene he he gets a lot of them He. He's trying to be as inspires possible. He gets a the big leadership role even the scenes that he has with his wife played by Mandy Moore. She's he's doing a decent job again. You know the fact that the women she gets the most and he's not much not much and but it is the thing it takes me on the movie. It's supposed to give this guy a lot of these characters but they're either they either come off just super cartoonish or I just forget who they are and I think that they're the same person different person. I lose track if you notice. It's green delivers all his dialogue outside of his mouth. She does yeah. Yeah now these kids get on the plane. I think the do the excellent work does not vocalizing specific way. But that dad is is the big thing that kind of really drops movie now. In my opinion you know again you get that that you know Roland emmerich spectacle which is very very cool but it's everything outside of that from a few minor performance which again they're just kinda solid like that's the other thing I just want to touch on you performances that you forget there even in the movie Even though even though they're doing like they play important people. But you know I mentioned the doolittle raid before Aaron Eckhart Plane Jimmy doolittle he. It seems like I'm in this movie. I Oh shit okay okay look my line. And he's maybe a little more than five minutes of screen time the part where he gets introduce him they they like put a spotlight on it. There's a hey he's that guy. Yeah and after that something pretty good he does and and Dan Yeah. History Fades out. Yeah wouldn't till afterwards I read about him I was like Holy Shit. This is the movie in itself. Yeah no it is and it's funny because then there was another Pearl Harbor by Michael Bay. They touched on the doolittle rate. I think out Baldwin played all right. Then it comes up like the last of the film about half hour maybe twenty twenty minutes or something like that. It's like okay. Give this guy movie gift. GimMe Gimme doolittle. I bet there has been the like several films about his life and everything I mean. It's fascinating story. Yeah no absolutely when he did was very very important and how he kind of he really was one of those first Americans that interactive like like the Chinese mainland. What the Hell's going on here and you learn a lot about that and you talk about that and like can in various things came after experiencing war too? It's very fascinating but it's things like again the the film so crammed with so much stuff that after it's like I'm just I'm just here for the action and it's it's impressive. I guess for the the big event that leads to the next big event the final big event event. And I get you put him in there because what he did was very important. Sure to getting you know. Everything's serves getting us to the battle of midway and I and again it is impressive. There will be moments. Where you're you're gonNA hold your breath? We'll gas we did that. And even even like in the midst of like I don't care about these people still manage to have. I have seen where you kind of like. Yeah and that. And that. and that's effective filmmaking and I admire that but it's just everything else that surrounds it that it's kind kinda frustrating so I'm just GonNa go into my you know the final thoughts of the film. You know I mean look at in terms of like roll and Amr ix output in last year's ears I do think this is probably his one of his better films. I like the subject matter a lot. I'm actually really really passionate about it. you know I it's it's visually impressive. Look at it's just when it comes to its ensemble cast and I think it just really drops the ball. And that's I think that's an issue. I have a lot of movies. That haven't simulcasts you don't they don't have enough to do you or you. Just forget about them and this movie is it just has that throughout and we're just kind of becomes the end of the day frustrating watch which in a little bit of even to even if overlong maybe even boring to certain extent like I thought okay after all these battles that we witness in went through I can see you wrap it up now even though I know these things happen again you doing the cliff notes version anyway. So you know it's funny. I know the history. Look it up later so yeah for myself again. Despite I think it being one of his better movies I'd probably give it a high rental. Okay I I guess maybe I liked it a little bit better than you not a lot. Not Better because I the drama being so light that that keeps me from being attached and and it makes you feel the two and a half hour running time. Yeah I was never bored but I did feel uh-huh and all right when we you know I'm not GonNa sit through the entirety of World War Two and yeah just just so much to the acting choices which you know if it was if it was all battle one it'd be shorter. Yeah and Hey. I'd see all the all the dramatic parts although battle fatigue at that point It's just it's just not well balance. That said I do think the having released on Veterans Day Brilliant. I think this is that kind of Veterans Day movie. Now it's not on the level that we've been we've come to expect like saving private Ryan certainly raise the bar and Doug a movie like Dunkirk took it higher So do not go in there thinking. It's going to be anywhere on that level on that that personal level it's it's really not and I'm not jingoistic about America You know fuck yeah but I can see like hey man if you are a veteran or or you are open to this or you just love old war movies. It's it's perfect for you. I'd say I won't give it a rental as much as it. If you're going to see it you should see it on a big screen So I would give it a low matinee okay. So we're we're we're close. We're pretty much much in the same ballpark dislike. I dislike one element a little more. The shore did so. Yeah but yeah overall rolling you you did good you. He did better than expected. Your best movies in years yes. I wasn't disgusted watching which always go the retrial. You have my opinion. Shoot for the stars exactly. I figured it was just a huge. Take him under my. I went to introducing the capital one walmart rewards card earn unlimited five percent back on everything you buy at Walmart Online. It's the perfect card for all. Your family is hints this holiday season like five percent back on the air fire. GRANDPA told you about when he fell asleep in his chair frame amusing or five percent back on the laptop. Your sister had carolers sing. 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Mitchell Hoog (New Saved By The Bell)

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Mitchell Hoog (New Saved By The Bell)

"I had gone with. Mario lopez wwl mario lopez. Join me now on zoom from the new saved by the bell actor mitchell hogue. Welcome to the show man how you doing hoagie. I'm doing good man. how are you. i'm doing well you look like. You're in the festive spirit. Right there with the serious christmas sweater on some you have to come on. Where are you at the moment. i'm in l. a. Place okay so you got your own place out here. Now nice i do. I go back home for for a little bit. See the fam and catch up with them in home greg. I'm wrong is colorado correct. Correct yep yep aware exactly so. I grew up for collins until i was like thirteen and then moved to steamboat. Which is a little ski town and ended. Breckenridge says another little ski towns. second round. All dude you are a ski with a guy be ski. Bunny what do you call guys poggi. You know what. I never been seen in my life. I've never been gave 'em i too old to learn. Can you give a brother lesson or what's up. I don't snowboard. So i can give you some snowboarding lessons. Why can serve exactly the same. You don't need to learn anything. Well no but. I'm saying i got pretty good balance so you know if you take me a little bunny one is other calm. Look at box the way you do you can snowboard. I promise you that thank you brother. I'm going gonna trust you. Don't don't send me down hill. I see a surgery neutralize the. I'm seeing multiple in. These guys are haters. I've been to breckenridge. it's amazing. Their name namedrop towns da. It sounds beautiful. Never another but incredible things. And i didn't know you were like a competitive snowboarder. Is that true. yeah. I was a pro-am up until up until about sixteen seventeen. That's awesome in cushions came into play in. I had stopped all. You had some wipeout town yet. Do we break. We'll break two to three helmets a year where we hitting the middle. What the just the gra- tree will you hit. 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I kind of went to the original icy call the classic auditioning process like i got the original breakdown from atlanta agent and la And then i got call backs on both and so then my whole team kinda combined and said okay. Let's go in in la. do call. Backs i went into the callback than we did. Two screen tests. Okay and i went straight from the screen tests to the airport to go to another job in new mexico in right before is about to get on the way m- aging called. Neom like yelich you got it comments rise kinda like. I want to celebrate the knife to go go do another job but it got a little pep in your step going next job man. Well look on some. It was well deserved. Said you're you're killing it and a lot of fun to work with right there. You of course play mcmorris in the new saved by the bell. Son of zack morris. Did you ever watch a show growing up. Because you're little young. I didn't that's okay. I wouldn't either no. You didn't so did you. So did you got role. Did you do a big a big. Binge deal is funny so actually didn't i did not want you just said fuck it. I'm a coach show of every month. I pretty much like you know. Do to tracy wakefield or show road it. It's like it's not even really a reboot. It's almost like reimagined bayside. It's exactly on a copy anything that that mark did because he did such a good job back then. So i kinda wanna now. Would you know you'd see it was a zach. Moore's trash you sound like a clinton clip dover. I love that. Like hey i'm not going to prepare gonna. I'm just gonna watch like one episode. I'll be fine. I love it which is so perfect for your character. It's it's hilarious man. How would you describe mac. I think mac is the number. One is the epitome of what white privilege would be. I think he abuses that to get anything he wants. But it's not out of you know a a need for trying to actually revenge of people are actually get people. i think. It's just a cure this luxurious boredom privileged as bring E- capitalizes on it. Yeah player King of the school. I get everything i want today. Yeah hey man. That's a that's a fun if you'd watch the original series you know it's just like like father like son. Also in the workman the conjuring the devil made me do it. What what can you tell me about. That actually can't say a ton about that. I play young ad so there's eddin lorraine within the You've seen have you seen the first to know them. You know they are kind of the main log. Line carries the route of the investigation And i'm the young them of the flashback. You release answer. Did the devil make you do it. I can't answer. When is it. Patrick wilson who is the actor. Patrick wilson patrick wilson. Yeah yeah i was right in vero format. Yeah you're young. patrick wilson. Young patrick got it nice. Cast in right there. I'm just making a career on playing young people of creates valid through it. You think about that. That's a good thing though. That's a good thing. Hey how did you tried. Should've asked you this before. How did you transition from the snowboarding tacking mile family is in the arts. So my sister was in theater. She pepper on musical theatre And then my brother is tattoo artists. That he's the lead singer in a band and he did sing singing and theater back in high school so if that guy was always exposed to it but kind of obviously i feel like i knew that was a road that can always go down due to constantly going to play Wants the time came at found a little studio in denver called abc with radical. Joan crockett. I m for two years then. I just fell mug out the acting bug. I guess you could say yeah. Well what will it worked out right there. You're going to be home for the holidays or what you doing. I am yet we have. We have between this night after mask. Psa another film. That's coming out Which i produced wrote and nice hoagie. Thank you thank you. Thank you son to impress on that too so yet home for the holidays but also kind of a a working holiday happy for a real quick because i follow you on social media. You're one of the few young people that you kinda rarely post by design or Any is raised. Like i wasn't raised even like video games. A lot of people played video games. Were younger. I never we. I think we never like. I never had xbox for any of that It's just never really been this thing in my life. did i put a lot of energy. Induce them ultimately came along. I kinda so the same conception of atmos kinda like all posts when i need to customer industry consider but on people to spend hours a day on it. Yeah no i respect that respect that you still follow me though right. Oh i'm hella funny. You keep up your kids take up. Dances come on. Thanks my mansi okay. Cool i love before. I let you go. I'm gonna put you on the spot hoagie. 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THE SUNDAY SERVICE - 06 - 06 - 2021

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I had to figure this out talking thugs all the parade that you just have this martin. We'll be totally good. That's all you need to know again. Guys welcome sunday service. We got a good show for you right now. Do take away more and you take it away. Do your thing my friend there it is. Oh that sounds good. Thank you thank you so much martin again pleasure to have you guys here. This is the sunday service. We have a lot of fun stuff on the docket for today. We're to be talking about that conjuring three not country through. They're like no no no no number. We're done with numbers now the colon. The devil made me do it. Too long is goofy to. That's a flip. Wilson tagline perfect. Honey i really. They can't go with a number because they're tricking people. Because it's like it's number. Three number four is out the rest of them. I'm not going to see that in theaters. That's they do everything else. In between so i totally understand the reasoning for but not not the best title. I know it's a terrible title and just go with the numbers people who were completed. That's wanna had. Their collection in numbers is on the shelf. And when somebody says like oh this country movies are they any good. Well what you should do is watch this one but you went to watch annabel and between this but actually this. Nfl three comes before the first annabel. So you've got to back up and watch that or is it to that comes before e some resentment coming from you in regards to the conjuring verse. We're gonna talk about that. We're talking about i just know how you bring works sure. You cannot find three sast and furious. Saga mets one. That says well watchmen chronological order. That's true that's true. Now i mean you have to be a mathematician to watch these guys conjuring films because a mark majority are prequels and got to win. But no we'll get into that. It's going to be talking about ghost movies now. You and i were not the biggest ghost. Hunting fans ghostbuster. Yeah proton pack. That'd be great But no we're gonna talk about goose movies. I think we both would enjoy we over the we've seen them or haven't or maybe i haven't seen him like these think would be good for us or people. Maybe feel the same way we do here. You go here's some goes movies that go against the grain in the typical tropes that we often see seizures man. I would normally be like you can't do that because they don't exist now. I'm very similar in a lot of things that's true. So if you say that these movies that you and i enjoy. I'm going to trust you. I think there's something you might not let me die. I will let you down. I was good. The eight biggest. I think it was six or seven. Like i don't like this house. Pretty goddamn good. So let's see the same luck this time and we're talking about the other things Donald trump back in the news former president trump. You know what happened yeah. He can't help himself. he's a narcissist. He's like he's got to be talking to people but no we're going to be covering not his politics not his statements. We're gonna be covering his wardrobe that covers lumpy mass and he considers a body that rubenesque form of his. We'll be talking about that. And i guess maybe this. The logan paul mayweather battle showdown destruction. Derby exhibition finds out what the call and added super to. So you extra. Don't have to pay it. Just be two guys to swing and miss each other for for means nothing. Yeah so we're gonna be covering that actually by the way before we get all that good stuff. I do want to welcome the chat. Of course. I can't have the og chat up here because that will that will literally kill my computer you can you can have. You can have the twitter chat up here right now. And i'll allow that but outside of that no so i don't want to risk it. I don't want to risk so the people were on. The image is my apologies. You shall probably return on monday. And of course martin. I thank you for your services and on the images gifs you guys crack us up do today today. Chris you should talk to your boss about getting a dedicated desktop machines about this. I'm going to talk about that with martin. That's a very good suggestion. I i like that idea just so we don't have to deal with like because as you told you before it's just with laptops. These things are just not built to last after three four years. It's like that's it. I mean misuse with them in the past and this is about to die and so it's it's not that spot for years old only four. I do so much on this and that. That's the reason why it's okay. Listen i'm overtaxed to retire. Lock the pasture. That's what is you can't take it in the freezer. And you know what i was close to go take if i stuck at. The freezer would stay in the freezer or at least he. He was kind his laptops thing me. I'm like fucking shit outta sight outta mind exactly. Yeah but i do want to welcome the people who are in the twitch chat right now. Thank you guys because we're getting hybrid now. Who do we have with us and again. Thank you guys for being so patient really appreciate you got pretty leon. S kennedy look at your there. The shotgun point. You better be happy got there. You better be. Who do we have with us. The glucose guy welcome to stream marble buff nerd given sole seth. Thanks not martin for those biddies right there appreciate that osman mckerrow ban. What happen loop. The boss are out spinal. Cokie epi lot of good people here. We're going to put on a very good show for you before we get all that. Good stuff martin. How was your weekend. My weekend was fine it was. I spent saturday at a party and then late last night hanging out with one of the right than getting used drinks a little salty about a good time outside of that. I don't know not muster really report this relaxing weekend pretty much. Yeah yeah you know what my weekend. It was weird because my weekend started out in the week where i had every moment plan with something. A lot of it was okay. I'm making my plans around other people's plans right in and those things just kind of fell apart. It was down to just those two things are not happy. It's nice people. That's what the weekend supposed to these compressor. We're not doing so much stuff. How about your weekend. I was doing everything. I'll let me tell you mark. I'll tell you coming in No i mean. I'm still dealing with all the apartment issues. Management's give me the runaround at this point yeah yeah okay. What's not working at your place now. My ac my centrally sees now working So because you had some troubles did i did. I did We were able to get somebody out. They wouldn't come that that afternoon but they showed up early the next morning for for mine i had the guys come out not three not four not five not six but seven times and each time they came in there they fixed it and it will go off and a half hour and so there's something messed up with the wiring. That's like the last guy the other round of their wiring here because this shouldn't be shutting off like this. I'm not keeping it like this. i'm not even. I'm keeping onto auto. I don't have a full blast. It'll have it at sixty degrees. It's seventy two degrees on autumn's touching it and we'll go off and a half hour and so i don't know what's going on. I have to go out and buy my my own window. A. c. unit thirty dollars by the way i wanna thank everyone in my particular trafford means so kind and so giving on that particular stream really appreciate the landlord told you know what i did. So the thing is the landlord's part of my unit is part of my apartment complex management like once once a week there and then you have staff and it's all a bunch of kids that don't know what the hell they're doing dislike. We can only tell you what we've been told to do. And i get that's fair. You know but at the same time it's just like a were in the middle of summer right now texas. I need this. You need to in writing message. Your landlord say. I'm going to reduce my weight. That's all i have to do. I taught me about writing. And it's to them so one it gets their attention. That's the kind of thing will make them come out and if you alert them to. This problem is very serious. Don't do anything you are within your rights to withhold a certain portion of the rent. Yeah no i look. I have to look at my lease. But i believe that that you're correcting. That is one of the things. I do have power over. I can do that. That'd be nice the fuck out there. Even if i have the break my lease over this like. I just need to leave. It's it's inconvenient. Now live down. Where i live in austin for. People don't know. I live in san marcus smart south. But you're closer to here than i am but it's just i'm just see by having this in writing and where you've documented how long you've gone without this service breaking diesel holy word the pay a fee but at this point be like this point one. This is gonna do it do it. I'll keep you guys updated. But no thank you the advice i really. I really do appreciate no. I need you to get that fixed because it explains why. Don't worry of sudden okay. There you go up nice and high for martin. Get mad. The computer on the field. Nothing but heat right now. Nothing but he. Oh guys thank you for bearing with its by the way. Thank you the incredible hype train right now. I don't have any. I don't have any hype. Train music lead me. If i think i played it then everything would show that would show actress. 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Oh it's very And he pitched that we should do a show all really martin in the millennial martin. I teach you about old things video games okay. People really responded well to the game play. We do resume mobility. They think it was anything special. They loved you. Reaction especially the character of ethan dislike guys often you got. It is not the best characters dialogue. This isn't the best we listen if you ever want to do something like that in the future. Maybe it's like every month. Yeah yeah we'll we'll we'll we'll consider chat thank you. That's that's we'll talk about people sending us stuff compliments and criticism questions. That's one of the things you did your job right and i hope that person seven a great time in rock right now. That's where they are and the toasty health. All-south awesome might mistake my mistake. But we're going to go ahead and get into today's review now. Hopefully i can get everything i see. I see i see where you are. That's what i was looking looking for. Mike mike cliffs because there were like listen you can play. Maybe a couple of these questions after that. It's gonna get mud now. I got. I got no chat. We're going to be going into this movie. Very curious to hear martin's opinion. And of course i'll share my own but also your opinion on the film to the conjuring universe has been around for quite some time since i believe two thousand thirteen or twenty four teams. I think so. And of course we are now on this latest film. Chat the conjuring the devil made me do it. The third film. In the i guess the mainland friday a franchise wanna see. But i think it's like the i mean how many films we've gotten. So we have the conjuring conjuring to annabel annabel to annabel three. We've had the none. We've had lallera. And i think that makes eight. That's eight films nearly a goddamn ten. That's a lot of movies. That's a lot of movies was part of. It was yeah. People don't want to tie in with the conjure. The none is the main villain spoilers. I'm actually glad you're asking these questions. Because before we get into this review chat for conjuring the devil made me do it terrible title. We're going to talk about just in general the conjuring versus what we think is worked about. What's been successful with. It hasn't succeeded at that kind of thing but to answer your question. The non was the main villain. Funny enough the conjuring to oh yeah because she was bamboozling. That's what people thought. It was that sykes by house but really he was a proxy she just picked him up and also the crooked man who is also the movie for some reason and she was just using them but it was the nun. Who is the villain the contract. I have failed you in the audience. That's okay because i never saw the conjuring to oh no to watch it before. Coming bar really got caught up and doing things in the next thing. I looked up. As like i only got thirty minutes. There's no time to watch all right. Okay i mean it's pretty. Let me let me save you some time. It's literally the first movie. Except it's in england and it has a blue gray color palette but it's the same movie am. I told me that this weekend. Yes and it's a slight about some people like it. You know. I mean both. Those films were commercially and critically wrong. But i can't say that for all the films within ray right now yeah just seemed like the the main. This happens where the so. You've got a big comic book event and the of the issues. That are the event itself who they work. But it's all these satellite issues that that hijack another comment on at the man. When you like i could have easily have not read that. Yeah yeah that was dumb. Or your. it hijacks it and you were focusing on this really good story and then nance ruined naito. You agree with the bills and the none. Okay oh shit damn all right. Let's say tell me tell you. That will reveal my opinion on the third one. No that'd be cool because for my opinion like you get not really big in the ghost movies or haunted house films. But i did appreciate the conjuring. It was doing the same familiar things but it did a few things. I really liked like i liked the whole relationship between the warns. Patrick wilson verify meager. Have some great chemistry and that on full display. Think it's kind of like these professional ghost hunters d. That's a real term. I feel with them in this film university they the warren's work they are only undercut by the fact that the actual warrants with just a bunch of conman charlotte charlotte since. Absolutely but yeah. This is very much a fictitious on their cases and of them present some much more positive light probably is better people. It's funny even with the warriors. I was doing some research on them because they're like. Oh yeah we have all these cases and like these in the movies. 'cause there's a lot there's a lot of and i'm like holy shit working but allegedly people had like very diverse opinions on them even skeptics. Or like you know. What i. I don't believe anything they're saying. But there's such nice people and i think that's why they to have set such a very kind at -tations of them especially in the in the country but i mean just to get back to where this is. James wants baby famously. Also created the saw franchise. And you did it at all that now. It's this is right is his yeah. He directed the i saw. He didn't the insidious films which aren't connected to conjuring the they're doing the same thing and yeah and they did all these offs and like yeah again with the at least the ones. I've seen really really liked them. But some of the other ones like the i. I recently watched the first annabel issue. It it. It's one of the worst horror films i think out of of the of the twenty ten because i'm like nothing fucking happens in this god nameless especially man. We're so excited. Wait whole horror movie based on a doll. Yeah oh this is going to be it. I mean he watches like she's not doing nothing. Everything happening around her and she's just there and she's the forrest gump of dole's mandible. Yes is that the one at the orphanage. Jesse your phone okay. Yes which. I like that a lot more much more directed by david. Neff sandberg lot more stuff happens. Thank god i never saw the third one. I can't remember aside sort of blend together. So this is when they get to the weird like marvelous takes place at the same time. Is this where it happens. Because in the beginning of the conjuring you have where they pick up annabel for the first time and too stupid girls like yeah she was talking to us and everything he's one of the are roommate. It's like why would you want that. This evil possessed doll. But apparently it takes place between that moment. And everything we've seen the conjuring it's like that weekend after the get annabel's like animals crazy weekend or she haunts the daughter and i did not see. I have not seen that one either. Never seen the non buddy here. That's even worse than annabel. Dude i mean it's i don't think it's worse than annabel but if not better in a way that significant it's it's a lot of can something happen. Damn that sounds like annabel annabel's mo lallera which. I think everyone typically forgets about which is kind of just a little bit connected to the first annabel movie. I saw that you did see them. Yeah i remember. It started in a way where i thought this might be something and then by the end is like nah din mountain. That's too bad. I mean the app this one. This new one. Apparently the work on a couple more the crooked man is their next one. Who is one of the villains. Proxies in the conjuring too. Which is you know the the fairy tale character who murdered his family. Of course the elder why else would they be adapting. But we are gonna be talking about the gm's go lower my volume a little bit these a little out. Let's see if that's a bit better myself but better chat a little bit better right there. I think so. let me know. I think we're good. I think we're good cool cool cool. How's martin house. Martensson you go out and talk to you talk right now. i hope. I hope you're not too low. Good everything you sound. Good okay nice. Nice nice great. Thanks guys so chat. We're gonna go ahead and get into review of the conjuring. The devil made me do it. But you're probably like listen. Look i would see the trailer. I got to know what the hell's going on before we can start discussing this thing. So here we go chat with go ahead look at the trailer and we'll come back with our thoughts in the movie. The court accepts the existence of god every time a witness. Where's the tell the truth. I think it's about time. They accept the existence of the devil. She's pink hurt similar one. Arne johnson pled not guilty. We think this family was cursed demonic possession. I am not going before a grand jury and saying he was possessed by demons that over he allegedly. Maybe we're gonna tell you yes. You're going to be happy with. I mean you can't prove that he wasn't shouldn't and they've got some of meal. I know who you are. That's the shitty shitty law. I run some kill me. I read them blowing spit in my face. Salt by the way. There is the trailer for the conjuring three and of course. This particular story is based on a true story to back it on this show footage. They show pictures they have recordings and things and yeah i mean it's based around the two things actually two cases. They worked on at the pretty much. The same time of each other happened in the same year was the glatzel. Exorcism case of nineteen eighty-one where the warns came and they assisted a family by the way. Jesus christ adaptation of. I'm sure they both appreciate patrick. Wilson playing at in verify amiga plane lorraine respectively alva- fucking glow upright. But that shows them older. They seem to be younger. Pitches to them me eventually looking like lori war and like seventies and i'm like i do give him this. We'll talk about on a bit like they attempt to age them both or at least a patrick daesean this movie. I like that. It's one of the things in the movie watching it with with my with my kids I said kids adults now. But i was pointing out to them. I was like okay a lot of what you see here. Like the closing or very accurate time period. But not the bodies. Like patrick wilson and son of the warns and all all the dudes. They're also buff. Yeah i'm just saying like seventies. Nobody was looking like that. No that was actually not even considered attractive. You were something of a freak if you got. The dude was wasn't like the typical body was either was like a little hefty or rail thin or things like that or just just wasn't bad it was people were healthy. They could be thin healthy And what was considered fat was not even that fat at least not compared to now but just getting muscular like that. That would only be an athlete. Right right not just like. I said just a regular joe where the shirts pension the arms see this in the movies martin. Though know what's gonna watch movie as a franchise built around these two that's not body shaming the warns of course not of course not but it's come is it's what they do what they do but no not only is based around the glass lectures some case also the nineteen one arnie johnson case. Where apparently he was possessed by the same spirit. That or demon or ghost. Or what have you that possess the smallest member glass family and this caused him to commit murder and it was the first case in. Us history where it was a it was a not guilty plea based around demonic possession and the warrants. Were also involved with that. I mean you gotta give it to him that it worked well. They're always putting themselves in the news. That kind of things that. Don't worry we're gonna make this work for you guys. I sorta got now the real case. What happened was means not spores. I mean this is. This is what happens is that arnie johnson that whole deal or plea deal but that's not guilty leader. Yeah you got well. Didn't work didn't work and he went to. He went to prison. Not that long but only for five years yeah actually is a happy ending for the most part but this this bill does have become spoilage. Chance like no. That wasn't real. That's what the press told us the warren's they know what the fuck happened this is their story but i will say much like the get into the meat of it structure. This like this where. Hey let's talk about the positives. Are the things that i thought you really stuck out to me. And we'll go into the more of the things that didn't work and stuff and then we'll go back and forth. Do that sure. But one of the things i. I've always liked about these films especially the first two movies. And and the controversy films that the warrants appeared in is just the chemistry. I think between Patrick wilson and vera from iga. It's like they really do feel like such a loving couple. Sure in this movie and it's even the smallest things The this seem them holding each other. It feels very intimate and that never feels unlike some of the things that they've investigated inauthentic. It always feels very very real. They look out for each other yet. Authentic like it'd be real easy for lives to feel cheesy and for the most part it doesn't yeah And i was just about to say something. That's like that would be a spoiler but just in a certain way they really do care and look out for each other. No i'm right there with elsa doesn't only it's not only them but i will say i think i'm gonna play these clips. Sure do what you got to go there. I don't think they're the only couple that that just works in the movie. I think across the board i think most performances in this are are solid. Like no one's giving a particularly bad performance. No maybe ridiculous. We'll cover a few people in a bit. But like even the the couple where we have the army johnson and his girlfriend who are both played by Ruari o'conor he plays. Arnie and sarah catherine plays his girlfriend and also is the. I think the youngest daughter of the glasses like i think their chemistry is on full. Display that that authenticity comes across from me. Well but that doesn't mean that you invited this thing to me. Invest the reason that he said. Whatever happens uncovered. i was there. Whatever is going ever happened that day. We're going to help you every way. Can you do now lawyer. And so like when they have those scenes between the two young kids all of them come across really well. They're doing well with them. Do a. I kept wondering. What's something on a falter. The kid plan arnie. I really didn't vote for him. The plays a character that you have sympathy for. Who's not being whiny he. He knew he put himself in a position. He's willing to face whatever and he's being tortured the entire time and you know as you can see the actors able to cry on cue and single to sell it and you. You is so often be easy to watch his girlfriend. And you're thinking off sweetheart you've got to get out of there and she's she's she's sticking by. He stands by her man even in that scene. It's almost like the warren's look at them go this is us. Yeah yeah totally. Yeah that's that was the next i was gonna make. It's like they are seeing themselves because this movie. It's not only you know about the war ends next case in the next phase of their live lives as we see ed warn. His his health is deteriorating But we also explore like when they first met each other which i thought was really nice and maybe a little hokey to degree. But i was like i. It's hokey poke fun movie. That's so full of dark shadows. Exactly it's like it's okay. L. allow yeah right breadth there with you and it's kinda too that people saying these clips early lump. Sorry guys. I'm not sure that really was the audio. All jacked up raises a little bit more getting messages at the clips. It to yeah. I'm sorry. let me Hopefully this one will come across a little louder. But it's kinda to that you know the s balancing the hokkien with the darker material like that's always a tight rope. You got your walk. But i will say i. This movie does a pretty good job. There is a lot of humor in here. That i i responded to some of it some of it on purpose of unintentionally funny but like even the scene when the because everyone is always second guessing the ends through throughout these movies and like all right. Well you don't believe it's come to our house and i love it is. That was good. I think that's kind of raises these movies above a lot of typical ghost film that we see some full display in this scene right here. How are you going. Invinci- jury if you can't even convince v we'll tell you what you come over to our house for dinner will show you. The evidence collected over the years. Introduce you to anna. If you're not convinced we'll deal right sit. She seems like i love. That sells the humor so well. Even what the hell's wrong look at the whole franchise with no. It's like the scene like that like really really works actress only in it for about two minutes. Yeah yeah it's great but but it's sold because you think you're gonna cut the like her going like a whole twenty minutes. Cnn like no that expression was enough. And we've been in that god damn courtroom for so many films at this point like you just sell the people on their reactions absolutely agree with that. I mean even like this. I think it feels like to me. They're like okay. I don't want people talk shit about the warren's call them con artists in charlotte. we're going to throw in tonnage scenes where they know what exactly what they're doing it. They're they're real. There's another seen right here. I thought was really funny but again it showcases the humorous when they're working with the police guards to the case. Arnie johnson house connected to several other cases. Thank you out there but i. I want to see absolutely not does not a sideshow attraction that she is what you say she is. This shouldn't be a problem with war. No way forget it this shit and it's even like the subtle thing seen the background like the cops like making it. I love that see to me. Is that patrick wilson. The human like no way. My wife's not attraction. He does what he's doing. Yeah this is the ben through performance routine. I love the. I'm glad you brought up. Patrick wilson's character. Because patrick wilson's like that actor. Every time i look at him like you can either be like really healthy and you know. Look look look or he's just like schlub never tell like the lighting. I'm not sure why what it is but this is the first time we see him play at warren who's held the tier eight in the eighties. And they you know the the reason why was because attack by even but probably because you know and they die. We all know what they had to prove. Okay how can we make. Patrick wilson sick looking. Because he looks so healthy and everything. It's like demon attack. But i do like how they show his his diseases problem affecting him throughout the entire film at some unintentionally funny moments too moments where we watch and where you're like. Yeah person who just had a heart attack is not gonna be moving like that. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah so. I mean we can i seven you have like one time like waddling through a force and then like we have a fucking acts jack. Nicholson all over the place thing. That's not how this works but Showcased a little bit of warns. A you know his his heart problem but how it adds to kind of the drama. The fillmore here. This woman targeted david and jessica. Maybe there's a connection there. Let me take a look at the fast buddy. What are you doing. Jesus christ timber. But it's like even the smallest thing at this point him before. I mean he and his wife were doing like flight ghost through the crawlspaces. And what have you now if he stands up too fast like it's too much on them and i think that's cool because it just shows that they're not able to do this forever and that their work is taken their toll on them and again it just makes you feel for these characters so much more so i'd really love that now again. I think his illness is sometimes used for comedic effect to especially you know they're gonna use as a crutch lorenzo. Maybe you've seen this guy in the trailer guys but like how it's used here. It's it's pretty damn funny. I don't know how i can't wait. Laugh and he laughed at him the whole time. There are so many scenes like this. This is just the tip of the iceberg of him just falling over getting attacked by something it. But that's some of the more. I think maybe intentional funny moments in the film you know covered some of the stuff. I think we like we like the performances of patrick wilson. They do good job. Mostly humor and movie. At least the intentional works really well but that we get to the stuff. I'm like okay. I'm not really sure you're going please. I can tell you. I liked about this. How the structure was different from the at least inc second conjuring yes from the from the first country because it'd be real easy like hey. We re made the first movie and it worked. Why not just do it again. And it's like. Oh no they're going for something different this is actually more like a procedural on how they're working through a case just having a case that they're trying to prove. I felt like well this. This grounded to something and has me interested in a okay. What are you gonna do next way. You're absolutely right. Because that was my biggest criticisms. I recently watched a lot of the conjuring films back to back like this week. And you know the country one. I enjoyed it. Still indulging the tropes that we ozzy love goes stones but the sequel just doing the same things all the chains was really the aesthetic. Like all right now. I need more and one of the things. That's one of my points. Later on is how they do. Change the structure. You change the structure of the movie. Yeah what's your which. I love because it made it a little bit more fresh even though they're doing the same ya knocking and shit. They aren't reinventing the wheel. But it is. Hey you didn't try to sell me. The same movie already sold before exactly now. We'll definitely sell you a bunch of creepy character. who like. There's no way you'll be live in this kind of world but that's fine that's fine and this is where we get to the stuff. I'm like oh no intended this to come across as comedic as it is just weird especially who they cast as certain characters in the film we come to a moment like this is really working for me. It's this one right here. Didn't hear the cadre care for breakfast before we left home. Med worn this is my wife. Lorraine okay i am all right. This is going to go away. That's fair john nobleman he is. He's a great actor is but he is only casting things nowadays to play either. An evil character Someone who's weird this movie you don't know which one it is it. Yeah i guess so british ads. I came in british at all. I i don't know what he is. Someone could possibly whether it's known gary could be. Oh yeah you know famously played dennis throwing. That's what everyone's screaming that he was a weird crazy monarch or steward in that case but yeah his his role in the film you know. He serves to just be weird and to deliver copious amounts of exposition. That's pretty much does. And you know it's just like this movie is kind of going against what it typically did with the sequel. So much like to have his inclusion is not the fault of ellison written. But this really working for me at this point and it's coming off unintentionally funny because of just how fucking weird he is. And his menagerie of the occult going like yes ain't gonna work out later. Explained to me that he was recommended to them. Yeah see this guy. I'm no no no. I vouch for him. He he he can help you there. You like this guy really especially later in the film. I've been bamboozle nine. And they set it up to especially because it's like because he's so weird you see a lot of stuff coming right off the bat. But john noble's john noble what he plus introduce him as he's an ex priest you like. Yeah of course. Yeah what did he do. He sets up like you did something i resigned. Yes sure fresh okay. Now what i did like about this. The other thing i liked about this movie and it goes back and forth like sometimes. I think it's working on. It gets like unintentionally funny and it's the inclusion of a an entity that is not a ghost and i thought that was unique. I thought you're changing because all these movies. Every single conjuring film has dealt with the ghost. And this is the first one. We're even they tell you it's like someone cursing these people and it builds on things that we saw even the other movies even the ones we hate them like. That's fucking cool. How did that now. How they use it occasionally. I don't think is always works very well. But this new character who we see throughout and it made me realize what the enemy they pipped the individual that we needed for our new can't be a ghost can't be a demon needs to be something else and which showcase really here for the first time as the worst glory hall ever scream scream at the screen took i know i know. I know john literally account of charisse. That is the new abbey of contrary movie. Not making this up. It's just suck old broaden tall very tall very The actress who actually plays there is be one of her first roles. I did not wanna make you look familiar. I did not see her like gin. Have like a wikipedia page roles. Eugene bond durant okay. Yeah so was like hey good. Good for her. I mean she's using her karen abilities tire film. But i even like how they set up. Because i'm like okay well. Why person doing this this new threaten the move the almost like ooh like the anti warren's or something it's kind of like hydra of the conjuring versus cool and you know because we were asking like. Why is this individual doing all these people and the warranty like a satanist is what a satanist does really. That's all we're gonna get up no explanation a i. Have you know a negative to the movie. And i guess it is every week i want to keep bringing it up. But it's a bit long because it's two hours long And there's nothing wrong with a two hour movie but we don't really talking about anything here you know it's ghost hunters in a bunch of jumps ultimately and even though it did masquerades as a procedural in a court case It's really not that that's not at the heart of it but as it went on so long i started losing the thread of the plot of what we were getting out. Yeah yeah so. By the time it got done. I was down. Just dropped a bunch of a bunch of exposition. And i still don't know why she's doing this like the movie as i don't know why she was doing all that. Because satan's cool it's literally they people asked this question. The film they asked awards. Point is right after all kind of understand like what's going on is very Established early in the beginning. And they're like satan is just do. This thing is like fucking people they just stabbing they dislike. Worshiping satan summoning ghosts. Or what have you just like. Eat more than that. But like what's their reason for this because the cool threat to establish in future phil. Oh yeah you know. And a cult of people who are doing this for some reason that we have yet to determine. Yeah who's going to beat the level demon of the conjuring versus maybe. There's something that would have been like. Okay you're doing something new establishing a whole new threat but it kind of goes nowhere and that's fresh. It's frustrating because what what karen does. I don't know i think she's called the occultist caring for the sake of convenience. She just does all the otherness morgan. The bat stuff this things. I'm like come on where she's doing all the typical shit. That all the other ghosts doing this franchise for the most part. Just i'm just putting people to haunt them. And i'm just getting kicks for seems not just watching off just watching this guy so by the way like scares especially beginning take place like in the middle of the day. Never works for me really. Yeah i just. I just don't get me. It's just like it's full broad daylight and i'm like oh those were me really interesting because that's a that's a feeling of. Hey i i or anybody could be out in the middle day living your life doing your thing and something happened fair when it's dark it's like you hackles are up a little bit. Yeah you should be expecting things and you're inviting that on yourself anyway. Yeah we just saw him looking into the lorry hall. You know just prior to that. He watches a big rap. Climb into it. I know so your rice. Yea it's gross and if rats in there while you're sticking your eyeball you wanna quick it you're right you're right you make a very good point. Made the scares continue on during the day and now this is one of the things. I'm like okay because the whole case this whole movies surrounding the fact that arnie johnson murdered his landlord and the reason was was because the fact that he was possessed. Biden's this entity. This demon now watching this movie. Nanny i know exactly why he killed his landlord and anyone in this room would have done so because this guy was an asshole. You motherfucker just shut the fuck up. What kind of asshole have a big of an alcoholic wasabi. You're like i know it's all over the rug. Shag carpeting right there in the eighties like that. That's going to be a bitch to get out so this guy this character. Who's not in the film log. He is so over the top. And i'm like everyone anyone would kill him and this is inevitably. They would or at least be like my girlfriend. We're going to leave. Calm down you dry out. Yeah but also okay. I felt that way through the first half of all this with him But toward the end it was like you know what it's hard to know if this guy's really acting this way or the team is making. Arnie see it this way. it started. Get so extreme. I was like wait. This is arnie's vision. Oh it's going back and forth that's true it was nipple laid. Extra was a truck and he was always happy we could see in. The commerce was drunk. it's just that he was acting out in a way. That was so over the top trips. Like like i. I'll say oh. Jeez like something's going on here. Yeah maybe it's it's meant to be dubious like that. That is a very fair point. But but yeah i would i would. I would have lost it just landlord. I mean when you are actually repairing shit for your land was supposed to be the opposite. He's everything for this guy and he ended up to here goes be damned or not. That was kind of like the inciting and that leads to everything else in the movie but unlike surprised that they want to charge him with first degree murder. Because this guy you know assure you had the knife out. He slipped into so many fucking beer so much bureau macgyver. of course he would sleep But there are some other fun scenes with ghost karen. Because you know she. She's busy messing with the borough messing of all these other people because why because she likes nothing else to. That's why that's why somebody was being. Yeah that's not. Settled down her dark path. But i do like what they were stabbing here is like ooh sample rivalry between her and the warrants. She's just fuck with throw the movie and especially poor earlier. Just blow it something his face but she's kept the stuff that she pulls it's like pretty fears what she's doing where is she. Oh you know. The two of us gathered points the collection. If you heard our thank you just you so close feet bitch back a little mouse thing going on. That was one of the fun dynamics in the movie was whether or not. It leads to anything substantial. That's a matter of opinion. Of course i very much. The cat and mouse game with the war ends throughout the entire film but inevitably what what's happening though is that karen is just doing the same things we so often see all these the spider of being like a new type of threaten them which is cool. It's the same shit we've always seen i. I don't disagree with you but maybe not the same intensity whereas it is a lot of things we've seen at the same time there's little twist on them and it's not quite the same so much of what we usually is very cheap. Yeah. nfl imaginative. But it wasn't cheap. Yeah yeah it makes sense to no no. No the movie has money like you look at like the original are you. Are you saying like cheap wares. The scarce earns more like saying okay. That's fair enough I just felt like like allow the scares just. Maybe like they're doing something unique. They're using a waterbed. Now you know to have like a frightening thing that that pops up or something. I'm like okay. That's different using furniture of of the eighties. Or whatever you know. Allies little creepy face coming up and moving around. But it's stuff that we've i feel like we've definitely seen before twenty that whole scene. All i could think about was were awful. Why do people indulging though. Maybe it's free their backs or something only be cold and when you heat them how that works the the thing is unless you have it pumped all the way You try to sleep on is not give you back. And you can't see every little movement does you start jiggle jiggle pumped up all the way and things. Don't go well bus. I know the rooms flooded expensive to for that. And that's probably no-one eventually such a hassle and of course it might be possessed by demon goes for we always. There's but there's some other stuff in this movie then i'm just like okay now. You just fucking taking stealing. The theft was real. I mean just right off the bat. I they call the exorcist and they don't just calling the excesses. They go clip footage from the exit. Polls it in light of exactly that same way. They'll do like a little change or something but it's pretty much the exact same state. I'm like in this right. You got you gotta be fucking kidding. Success come on look behind him. what. I the light. Where's the lamp. Even have a shot from the original show. It's like god what you're doing. You're as a little closer to the house. Maybe there's a little more water on their miss that nobody's missing that it's like that but it's just unnecessary stuff that you didn't need to have to and the psycho shot all the site. Oh you know what i didn't but that doesn't there's a ton of shots in this movie from psycho from even things like more and more recently and i mean but right here i have this scene right here and you guys are seeing something like this before. It's not very different. Does the cycle shot. Yeah all all all the hand cetera. Maybe like another shot with with a knife or some early. I think i guess you are right. That is the whole thing even shooting the shower that way too early in the movie very early in the movie and then you know they do a couple new things again. The introduction of karen. I think is is very fun but never be all becomes the same thing at the very end all right now to the next case and it's too bad because i think it has a lot of potential. There's a lot of things i like about this movie. it's just it just. Has these issues that prevented from being like as good as the first film. More often right now just kind of going back and forth final thoughts in general but i really admire the fact that they tried. Different things for the most part ripping off other movies establish a totally cool new threat and fans of the controversy. I think you'll like it if you read into this a lot. More to that character. And what she's connected to. And i think that's nice But it's still indulges in all the typical tropes in scarce that we often see seen a lot of these haunted house. Ghost movies that you like that then. More power to you got plenty of here. No doubt about that but like for someone like like. I was really happy them doing something a little bit. Different the fact that it was just emily. This is new but everything else is the same So that bothered me but again the relationship between the warren's the patrick wilson verify megan their story like that's what keeps these movies entertaining at least for me to a certain extent like what they're they're pulling but overall if i had to give this any type of rating i probably give it the same as i maybe give the first film a high rental. No okay what about you. Well well i think. I like this better than you and i don't love it. I mean i guess for me maybe grading on a curve. But i normally just don't like it all and i was like you know what i i'm having a fondness for this. I don't think it's great. I say it winds on too long. It doesn't really have much important to say. Which is that's that's the thing for her movies but there's enough going on here all right. I wasn't digging it. I the way it was. You know being such a rip off artists. But there's so much here for me to like which normally am not able to say I i do. I see where you're saying like it doesn't live up to its potential because of because of those good things that brings up It it could have gone stronger with some of these elements and really focused on those rather than you know the ghost stuff but also i think i think they're the loss. Potential on was the son their son whose work the camera. And it's like there's so much you could be doing with him because what's been happening with children and even something that karen says to them about that. Yeah i was like a door right here. Like you've you've you've drawn this door and now hey maybe take a step in it or do show the potential away that could go also I the story of the warren's i think it's best when it speaks for itself the going back to when they first met in all. It's it's a little hokey. We didn't have to go into it. I've found out right before coming over here. Did they've done some kind of mini feature or documentary veer for me. All about the love of the warrants. And it's really. It's working already. Don't don't do that. It's too much julius. Just let it be what it is. But i'd say for something that you can watch on. Hbo max virtual or if you're a fan watching the theater. I think these these conjuring movies. They they know that. Whatever the franchise the satellite movies do these the ones where they spend the money where they spend the time and make them better and it may not have as much of an impact as the first movie. It does try something different. Yeah and most what he does different. I appreciate so. I would give it more of a low matinee. Okay no that's totally totally. See that writing. Yeah anything. I just hope that they learn from this movie and go okay. We just can't keep doing the same house. Go stuff like they establish something. Really cool here. Now go with the and to your point with like you know. There's there's there's son-in-law and their daughter. I mean those are other cases like they got involved with all of these things. They can adapt them. They'd make morton mclemore characters in the film. And so i. I be all that. Next generation of the franchise is gonna keep going. Keep making money. There's always cows. Aren't they some of that. To look forward to any. I agree with you. I mean all the movies up there on. Hbo max so you can watch them all back to back to one cent aren't they. The the funny thing is every time they go to that trophy room. You use go like well. Here's all the next movies. All right here yeah. Or if they decide. They want to do. A series friday the thirteenth series. Oh yeah or nightmare on elm street which like it's funny because right thirteenth like did not have jason voorhees at all in which say that in body. So i did it to do but people hated the fact that he didn't have jason do anything. He's a big machete. Well you know the way. People hate halloween three because to me to do with jason. I mean i'm losing. There's too many goddamn monsters here. And they're gonna keep making more movies is it. Didn't have michael myers. Yeah but still. I like that. Yeah yeah yeah so chat. Go and check it out. I do think it's worth checking out. It's it's a spill. Excuse me low matinee for martin hiring for me. You got right there and hbo maks bought. What others you guys and for those. You've seen it right now. Any any thoughts on the movie very curious because this this movie is very much split. The fan base has some people are saying like this is the worst one i know people are saying like this is like this is the best one. So it's like shit. I don't call you. There's no way to to go mid range. I guess they just don't like karen. I don't like ghost. carol where you got saying. I'm very i'm very cures are no interest either way. It's like fair enough. Nyoni says nods and smiles thoughts. That's good keeping. I didn't see contrary to but this makes me want to watch. I hope this review. I'll tell you this. You can skip the conjuring to unless you want some kind of connection lousy. There's more connections to the conjuring one in this movie. Then there's the conjuring to just because they reference more things we're not it's kinda cool for the fans of of that especially in that first. Movie redwings says mediocre gary cooper says met conjure. One is best me. I agree controversy about the best one. It's in a store eliminates the week the series. I appreciate that. They tried something new. Of course this instead of haunting yeah with cairns keeping a consistent drives them you. What's it conjuring his ties. You should buy into that. You don't investigate that. Don't do that but chat now. It's come to that point where i have to play at gotta play obligated plaids and so we're to play one. We're going to do a brief. Qna during that time we'll get to some of our other stories. But those you've scribe you won't even notice it. Those are not be back in three minutes. starting now. is there like so like a hundred film. You would be interested in what they've so far. You want to see them like one of these concepts. You seem really touched on these movies at this point before it happened i would want annabel. Yeah yeah yeah is good. Yeah man. I like the whole haunting thing that that just runs dry for me. Yeah it's like. How long are you guys going to stay here kind of thing. Although i will say they do establish conjuring that it's like a tick like a disease. Where if it gets in you. It's always going to be there with you. i'm like all right. you got me there. You got paranormal activity where they had the guy coming like. Oh this place is haunted. A will but it's on you now even if you le- yeah. I was just like we still lead. I don't not this weirdo. i'm not believing what the hell you're saying. We're going to get out of here. I mean but that is a thing that they've tried to like. See a little twist animal spin on him some fair enough but the guys anything new questions film where they contra movie. That's actually interesting jots much now. Many people are saying craciun was a good seat but now i think that's probably the best of these movies. I really enjoyed annabel craig. That was by david of sandberg. Who did lights out film. And also oh yeah. He started on youtube doing like fan films. And things look near that with his wife who loves to kill all of his movies. I forget the actresses name remember that scene in spoilers. I am we three years ago. But like that scientists who's working with mark shrunk touches the so i was like what the hell was that. That's his wife okay. The always kills her and everything in the regional lights out short like just eight or something. I don't maybe it's like a running gag. They have. I think it's pretty fun. Cute stop killing me and all your movies. Maybe she might have killed her in the third or second hand bound that remember Anything else he goes. You're saying martin. I know they aren't even comparable but did you like this or better. I like this better liked better. I haven't seen corolla everything. You're your guys is review and everyone else reacts the movie just kind of put me off check it out. I mean yeah. I mean two hours to what's long two hours and eight minutes. Yeah if people were to come to me. I mean not everybody but some people that come to me and say should i should i. Somebody could go like Yes not sure you don't know. Yeah i mean. I love the original water one dalmatians. Nobody who doesn't just didn't look they could even though production design kind of cool. Yeah it is it is so if you can find a book on the art look at barrow does everybody. Who's like the fashions. Oh yeah look them up on the internet but better still images. Yeah yeah. I think. I'll probably there for this year. But guys thank you for all your questions really do appreciate. Oh seven. Ask a question I don't know if it's still up there but oh some wants to know what you think. They're doing a bunch of casting for the next into the spider verse movie and then announced one. I believe today or sometime this this weekend. And i guess it's going to have woman in the movie. Okay and the person that i believe. They've cast in the role is Comedian get an up here is array isa isa. Yeah so Yup on. I mean i guess she's going to be playing the jessica drew. Okay version of the character. I mean h yes. The community chops. I okay. I have a comment on voice casting because we don't even know how the characters gonna be written. Yeah i'm rick. There could be a very serious character where she could be a very comedic character. Yeah yeah. I think that the the thing is people are like upset as well. Jeez black jessica. Drew is is white and it's like yeah well go talk to fill the mar- characters. He's voiced over the years and you have a problem with that before. The problem samurai jack. It's like that voice acting. I think just goes back and forth because we've had white actors do black voices. We had black actors do white voices. Everyone's done every between it's outcome. That gray area. I don't really have an opinion on personally. I mean it's just it's it's worked. I mean if you're doing maybe offensive stuff. Yeah then that makes sense. I get that but if not then at that point where it's voice acting unless it's hopefully offensive It's not a question of representation because it's the the the drawings they the character design and that's why the representations who saw people are questioning if she's gonna look black they're gonna make jessica drew black moving and we don't we don't we don't know let's wait until you see it. If did so who cares. What what what what. How much would change anything. Yeah and the thing is like especially if no one knows who got jessica drew is like we know the character and so for a lot of people be like. Oh this is cool. Interpretation of that character i. I don't care not saying that the person was questioning like. Oh don't you hate this. Are gentlemen your score. So i mean listen. I look forward to that. Region will be was fantastic. Love what they did. The voice cast was one of the best things about it. So can't can't wait for foreign above the best spiderman movie. Yeah i i'm very partial. It's homecoming meant a lot to me. 'cause like yes we finally got a teenage spider-man's like a teenager doesn't look a forty five year old man a school all that i thought that was really cool and they did such a great job but in spite of for me is my second favorite. Okay we can. it's great. It's really about that and we'll get into an argument. I very curious though. No go ahead. You could be wrong. I'm very curious though about this. New spiderman. No way home because if you heard some of the rumors that are going on around this you you will pay until the movies out. And then like i'm forced to watch a trailer on here for corey but man they'll be so well. Yeah i don't. I don't But they're saying like they're gonna put as many villains in this thing as they possibly can like they want not just villains that new noon like no no no like original villains. Like jamie fox is electro paul giamati. They're really doing that. William defoe's the green goblin like burning all them back we know that some people are dare definitively coming back. Ebola said. yeah i'm in. The movie is fucking secret at this point. Yes alfred face river again. All right all right shut the fuck up. I don't care. I haven't made a big hollywood films since two thousand fucking for i'll give a shit i'm going to be in anyway. So yeah apparently is gonna be the sinister six but it's going to be like sensor six from different dimensions and they're going to be led by william defoe listen. I have a lot of critiques of the original statement about one of my favorite things. I love how over the top blamed foe is in that goddamn movie. All of his fucking lines ashburn time so he brings it energy again even twenty years later he will can't wait for this. You will that hearing that. He's in the movie gave me. Hope is the leader of the six offered. Everybody praise andy circus for his gala moment. Talking to himself back for willem dafoe had done it. I was good though. Go back and i to a side by side comparison. I'll tell you this. I'd like it was just weird. His performance was great in that same. Shot it because he just kept the camera on the whole time and he would just go into goblin inform that there wasn't like no transition or cut or like an edit wear like gama speaking. It's like we cut here and it's like it's schmead. The franz country hurts looking. There's like distinctive cut in there and make sense you people having a conversation what we saw. That movie is william defoe. Just talk five minutes all right. All right you're gonna change my goddamn understand. Why plenty if he does it again. The movie i'm like i'll be happy about body. I hope you guys like concerned. Don't concern about every time i hear something about. Oh this person's going to be in it and they're going to be in and getting a big bucket of everything spiderman here. It's going to be any room for the story with all this going on. Because we all the sounds very distracting. Yeah it's it's franchise. It's sony's way of franchise building where it's like. This will just be an off shoot for all their movies and it's not like you know organically constructed and made like how did it feels like more. Maybe ironman two or the amazing spider man to be springboard. And that's my concern. Then we have the casting for criminal hunter with tila johnson. Hey no no nothing against him. I think find actor just like i don't wanna see a craven. I mean he's a fucking like he got tired of hunting animals and said i was going to hunt and kill people. He's a psychopath. Skins people live. You just shows permanent like fucking because he wanted to sell out. No it's going to be weird. Mostly we'll see see let there be carnage tober forward too but that was a little spiderman conversation. A little diatribe. Hope you liked it. We gotta move on to the other stories right now and what better person to talk about than donald j all your favorite. My favorite guy looking mouth. It's always. It's like a very odd miles share. It's always like like the understand that i don't why he's got him fish lips or something very weird looking but he's back in the news again. He is not wants to be no no no of course because he wants to be the respected leader that he believes he is the one that everyone goes to when they need a political opinion. But no. He's back in the news. I think a speech in north carolina for like a republican event saying that. I'm still relevant. I'm still head of the republican party for most part looks like he is. I mean everybody is still scared. He's gonna come back stronger and we have a few people were like fuck. That guy like mitt romney or even hall people mitch mcconnell mcconnell's back he really is little. Trump hates him. He's calling calling them out now but it's yeah you do have a few republicans are like no. But then they're out there. The outliers told everybody he hated sloppy. Steve bannon but ben was still calling plays for it. Yeah and i think he gave me give bannon that a mental freedom or no rush. Limbaugh know he gave him. Dad shows a pardon. pardon game apart. Yeah so that's what he did. Member number other pardons for some people. Michael flynn as well who is criminal. but no he's not backing news for anything like that now. He's back on news because of his fucking wardrobe which we have called out multiple times here in double toasted even even republicans like the guy dresses. Fucking funny he's weird and we have a the latest one which was trending and people are like. Is his fucking pants on backwards right now. Thank you mr president. Thank you so much. And so that's not a blur. Where the penises just happens to be. No zippier yeah. That's what i've seen pants with zippers before. But they're like. I don't know like nylon shorts or something or sweatpants. But that's a fucking suit that he has and there is no zipper there and it just feels like you can see where it's like tight around his thick thighs. His you know his. I'd not seen pants bunch up like no suit pants. Especially but it. Does you know everybody always said all the emperor has no clothes does backwards. So good thing is with him like because people are calling them out and about his wardrobe. Trump clearly has body. Does morpheus where the he tries to downplay the fact that he's very uncomfortable his own body. It's always said out. There loved me. Surrounds himself with. He believes is beautiful. Things sure whether it's women or furniture or clothes which. I don't think that's really working out from right now. But that's why his suits and climbing and just shirts are so baggy because he doesn't like the idea of anything tight around him because he feels like i feel fat and so everything's bagging on me. Then i'm skinny and a beautiful. That's his whole fucking thing. Now what's ridiculous about. This is that people are like no no no no. It's not that he's doing this for very specific reason. It's not because he put his pants on backwards or anything like that. Not because just weird fucking pants. No this is the fucking fashion statement and it is a statement to the as as he would say the african american audience. And he's a he's a little ammash to a couple of. You might recognize chris cross. Yeah every everything comes back around. Yeah and i'm like ali which was a hip hop duo. Yeah i believe From the early ninety who were best known for wearing their pants backwards. Yeah and you know backwards in baghdad and very very bad just tripping all over the goddamn no problem with. They couldn't commit crimes positive back in the community but now people are saying that's where it is because he's had some problems with the african american community and it's just his way of organic. It's trending right now are saying not like he's actively trying to do their thing but this is like class what you fucking look like dress pants and not jeans on like wow holy shit i did it that same kind of look and like these kids they had. We're for whatever you like right in the front always look very very tight and there's no zipper so that's clearly what it is is a spokane ridiculous to me. It makes them with like he's wearing a diaper might end up doing what his fucking dieters. He's like he's like seventy. How old is trump guys like seventy six right now. Because if he's still eaten a copious diet of mcdonald's kfc wendy's hey it makes them happy has gotten this far. I guess i guess it has but it's it's leading to some bad side effects. I mean i don't wanna be looking like this the whole goddamn. Kfc pizza and everything else that it's it clearly. It's creating some type of front pouch. He's he's got a fucking fuca or something out there that could be. What is he's got a gun. Is that what it's called thursday. Just over the penises over the genus. But i love how you stages stiff can like okay. If i don't move. Nobody can really see the curves of my body. Let look a soup. Do all the talk. He does stand weird where it's like when you stand straight. He's forward like this like he's almost standing on the the front of his feet and not like leaning backs. i think that's one like his gut comes out. Heavy stands like this kind of like more like only penguin or something. It's very on a penguin. Yeah i mean yeah. I mean it's he waddles like one but yeah it's just weird weird and again this is you know. He's a guy that he has huge self esteem issues. That's always been and that's why he always insults people and belittles people's appearances because he fucking knows he looks ridiculous and he's made it but that's his brain that's what he's done for years but yeah hey man if he's embracing the youth if he's trying to get the you know the black vote. Chris not bad jump joke matching if that'd be the new trend in suits this across the pool. That that that. That david byrne look he might start doing that man. He's like the new fashion trying to by two hundred dollars with these bands. The days go by you too can pronounce gone well. Yeah that's what trump has been up to right now. Now be guys actually. I'm curious to hear what you your opinion is on fucking get politics. I came here for everything else. Worry will really political making fun of the way. Listen listen even if you are a trump supporter like you have to admit like you like his policies. You likes politics came on twitter. Whatever he looks fucking weird like let's all the bullshit. Okay coming come on but what about what about you guys what do you what do you think what do you think depot koi. God damn it. I don't need that shit what you are your toys going something. New york's you got me fly back against his will worship. Christ dreaded put on a show for you guys talking about the move the how with you do i was gonna ask you guys a question. I want now going ask you a question. What do you think of trump's new fashion statement. We love chris at the all. The homes love chris. Peace with cab very kind of you to say that. That's what you're fucking pump deebo junior. That's how your goddamn punk ruined him. Every i know come on now. Lord trump is crazy. He is crazy. I agree he looked stupid too. Good to see it to mc trump pants. That's what they shouldn't see trump for the youth to the black youth. They love me back. Lebron i do. Oh chad we can move on. I can't say yes. I do own a trump tied. Oh yeah how is it. It's it's gorgeous i I was in the store. This was before he was even running for president and it was discounted at a store but it was just electric and loved it. And i'm wondering on here. It's pink thing is though it is a my only ties is the only one that has been just unraveling just completely. Is it made in china. Yeah yeah well. That's that's yeah i know. Oh yes own apart. Probably we'll see celebrities. But jack i want to actually do a segment or here because again. I don't think we can actually cover the fight since its does. It has not happened. It's not been brought to us by. Yeah just looking at a promo photo at the way in and jake paul's about logan paul. I think it's logan paul. Who's fighting because they both fight. Don't think it's logan pazos. That shows how much we care. Logan guy falls almost a foot taller. Than floyd floyd mayweather and it was like you would never see a boxing match like that. Yeah you don't know how people are matched up. This is the dumped fight. Well they're not in this not in the same way class or anything like that. Mean height does play a role in two. Yeah i mean you want my opinion on the on the paul brothers. I just listen. They're making their money. Whatever power to him. But i i don't really like talk back it's like having let's do a segment on the kardashians like no your cure. It's just not my thing. You know. I mean i'm willing to make an asses themselves and what they're doing but i i just don't really care. I think hey. I looked talk about trump but jake paul more power to you. Do what you do. I just don't really give a fuck about you. We'll cover the listen of some fucking happy to be gets knocked out deftly. Cover that but before you know. He's only relevant to us when he gets his ass kicked. Martin this whole thing is sold on. Hey by ticket wants this guy get his ass kicked and it's like well is he though like i'll buy ticket if you can guarantee it's going to happen but this is going to be people who are getting checks. Just go and dance around each other then walk anyway. If if what he's going to throw the fight just they can have a more expensive rematch. Yeah it was just be more prolonged. I mean it's just for own drama. That's really is there and they're making money from it. And yeah i mean listening to good for them but don't involve me it. Yeah yeah there's some silly happens. We'll cover it. But i ain't gonna cover car in the future but i didn't want to do another segment with you. It's really to the conjuring review guys. Please check it out later on. If you just got here right now is very very fun. We both like moving from those apartment. So lumet name or low matinee and hydro. I enjoyed by some issues but i wanna talk about ghosts movies that i feel like we would both like i definitely like these films and we seem to have similar sensibilities when it comes to horror what we typically would like and maybe a better than usual ghosts movie and i picked a few out here and I want to hear what the chats opinion is on some of these films and these older these are more recent. But here's cup on these. These really stand out because the kind of went against the grain of a lotta and they back those tropes and they they told a fairly interesting story so on the first ones is i think it's an iconic one. I think it's it kind of established this filmmaker. He was called the next bill. Burr uber but the hey this first film and even the second one i mean your to do man. I think they're both into fills. But you guys probably know. I'm talking about right here performance. Someone got her did lady. She broke her neck. God but you can see yes where she right year standing next to my window for real playing with you slap on the six cents guys. And also kinda showcased. Bruce willis in a more dramatic role where he does wasn't blowing everything up all the time. George group is good for a lotta resolve things. Because she doesn't look at me like everybody else and i don't want or two on a one or to know. Be walking around like regular you leaving. I sure their dimes side. Like you're falling down. Real you ever feel the prickly things on the back your think it all the smoke. Who fucking crazy shippers. Papa needs medicine. But now the the six cents. I mean this was the film that put m night shyamalan the map it was like. Wow what a great fucking first movie. On a wonderful cast. I mean great performances. By by bruce willis and haley. Joel this kind of his big coming out. My kid gets nominated for an oscar. We have i mean. Yeah him making this. And i forgot. What else did he did like. I was at twin lines or something. Oh a secondhand. Lions headline really liked that movie from based on these performances. Like man this kid. He's going to be the next thing he's an he's going to be the next ed norton we going to see him at every oscar is going to be doing nothing but hit movies and Wow we just could not have been more still. He's still acting he's still he's he's acting again after a long period not am coming back whenever he's in he's always very good he has good. Yes but it's like he's not what we saw. The potential we saw for that kid that did not come to fruition. He wasn't like i was kind of thing. People were saying a young dicaprio here. Go like the little preteen. Dicaprio these big roles. Now i i agree i mean like hey when he was in stuff like the boys which i think he did a really good job. Sure you know. And he's the best thing about some of those. Kevin smith movies. That we've been yes the watch jail and let you know what he's actually done in between is live action content voice actor. Okay he he. Does the voice of the character seora in the kingdom hearts series. And there's like a ton of games like. I'm not a big fan of them personally but it's like a combination it's like a combo between like final fantasy and disney characters. And it's just complete fucking chaos. Nothing makes sense but he voices the main character that you play across all those games and so now he's various despite maybe not the the live africa we all expect in the have. He's had a pretty goddamn good career and six cents was great for cami ward nominations. Besides your about this movie also. I think it might be. The last time bruce willis acted in. I would say he acted unbreakable. I think he did a good job. Why are you not a big fan of a brooklyn. Oh i do like umbrella. Okay all right. Yeah yeah maybe maybe a little bit loop told them. He showed up for that. I agree with you. I mean yeah. Because when he's like okay. I want to be an starting more. I want to do more dramatic work in the nineties. Very experimental he was doing pulp fiction doing stuff like the six hundred twelve monkeys and then he said aren't enough of that. I want to get paid work hard. I just want to make money. Yeah i mean just so many direct to dvd films also. His thing is that he's a difficult personal work with burned like a lot of bridges stallone. Swertz nager call you out and say you're not a good person i mean that's that's not good guys always your back. Fuck you like dan but hey no this is great. We make fun of 'em night shamlan a lot on this show for good goddamn reason. He's made a lot of good movies. But the six cents like in. it's funny. This is a ghost movie. Pg thirteen like it's inaugurated are and it shows like. Hey you can actually have like a really scary ghost horror. You know haunted house film and not have the of rated r. film or have filled with copious amounts of swear words gore. And everything like that. It was just so effective telling the story of this kid and you feel sorry for him and even initial seem to your point. You're right in broad daylight and he's going on about this other woman she's right outside your window the fuck talking. It's like that worked really well so no. The six cents is an absolute classic. It's over twenty years old this point but put 'em nine the map into one. I highly recommend you guys checking. If you've heard this movie exists but nobody has told you the ending by all means. Go see it. Yeah oh yeah and the thing is even if you know the twist. This established the whole thing with him. It's still great still. It's still busy it. somebody says. Oh it's a horror movie go horror movie. It's like no. No this is a real movie Oh well that's different. Yes exactly real characters. Have emotions are just screaming all the goddamn now classic classic but speaking of classics Another film which has a very interesting history controversial history depending on the debate and who actually fucking directed it. This is one of my Favorite ghost films because it's set in a place he wouldn't think would be ever haunted. House looks just like the one next to one next to that. And the one next to that young couple of in connecticut. Fucking hot goddamn daffy duck. we're lower. It's a typical california family. Sure we have three children. Give me that you here last night when you woke up something now the one thing i will say this poltergeist. Of course you know. It's a classic nineteen eighty two haunted house film produced by steven spielberg directed by tobe hooper. They go back and forth like we actually direct in this at the time to hooper course famous for directing the massacre number other films. You have substance abuse problem and there was a back and forth on set. People say like he was fucking steven actually have to come in when he was doing. Et to like fill this movie. You know at times but there's so much misinformation back other actor say no stephen was there occasionally see out. It's it's fucking movie. Has his name on. Wants to make sure your payment which has established not that long. He was their hands off other people or like not directed me in scenes while toby. Hooper was in the back vein over show again. It's never know when you watch this movie. And it's so spielberg that thing with somebody else's name pops up as a director. Alan smith because there's no way i was gonna name pops up. Think what does get mention. I don't even know. I think it's towards the very end. Maybe but no if you guys have never seen poltergeist it. It's you know. It has a american california family which even the like goals are haunting shit in california. It's a suburb on of. It's like it's the safest place to be sure. But hey when you fucking build a house in indian barrel ground. They're gonna get fucking and right. You gotta bring a lot of different air because they'll be selfish. Steven uber cautious a frightening the by the way steven spielberg were made this movie honestly steven spielberg jesus christ but i also like about this too is that it wasn't just like a ghost. I mean we. We saw ghost moving around. But you had a goddamn monstrous tree come through wind. A clown doll did shit online. Yes yes it. Yeah and it's not. Just hey let's stare at something for ten minutes so that a chair could move six inches and go and the in what they had moving chair in that scene or in the movie but how they do it. It's like holy fucking shit. This is so weird. Even the dads are action. Mr incredible. What's her craig t nelson nelson like. The wife is just been kind of flow around like the chair the whole day with the little girl in the kid and do and he's like oh he's like having a fucking nervous breakdown. Happened is and should be fucking excited about this. I like the neighbors reactions to them. Because they're like yeah. We didn't we didn't hear on everything's fine over here. Also set the template for having the ghost expert. Come in until we know what the rules are. You're absolutely right this. Forget this actresses name g. She was made famous For this movie She was the one that was saying that. Toby uber was fucking drunk and steven. Spielberg was the one who directed her scenes. She shot for about a week. She's only fifteen right but that's again her words but again who who knows. But it's a real interesting history. It's one of those films where does cursed because the original actors who famously played the little girl in the film. He was always talking to the tv. Yeah yeah i mean. I think she has she. She died under what she she died from. Some disease without was the third movie. She's she's really put like swelled. Yeah yeah yeah. Because they did. They did make other movies. They made polarized to which is the same exact movie one. Which is a high-rise. And that's what they did. But yeah because you know people are like. Ooh it's infamous. Because she died. She died because she was ill. That's what it was so you wanna come out of it. Exactly exactly because horror film. No was cursed overall. Now poltergeist is an excellent movie. It is an excellent movie. It's the only thing is you might go like well. Somebody's affects aren't great but they are and they're still effective and they tried to redo the movie with much less success. Yeah i saw in theaters. All sam rockwell. I love sam rockwell. But not his fault it's just justice agendas boring content house. It was a bad idea to begin with. Yeah yeah yeah the practical effects right about some of them. Don't hold up but they're like the intention behind them are good. Let's meet face things first movie me when i was a kid everybody. Everybody came on eighty two seventeen freaked him up. No it is it is. It's a great film also on. Hbo max so conjuring watch the poltergeists now another film which i'm kind of a big fan of which is actually doing good. I do list too for two. Okay okay. I'm glad i'm blair yes chat. Let's see what i can get all these martin liken all these but this next one you guys have heard me talk about this many times. The series the even the tv spin off. But now i mean everyone has the check out this horror and comedy series. Jesus christ it's like okay. We're up in the rapi trees. Go what do we go. Okay we're gonna do. But no salmon evil dead which put him on the map and stabbed a call franchise. One that i'm proud to be a part of and yeah it's like yes. The series eventually went more comedic with evil dead. Two an army of darkness and the ashes of the evil dead but the original evil dead film. That's very much a horror film. Never seen you never seen. Have you seen any of the. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah i love. Love love to was at a friend's house and he was putting it on and i was like Some schlock horror movie. And then watching it. And i'm laughing and i'm scared and i was like this. Is the greatest movie ever excited. So that win three came out and it was right around my birthday. I gotta go watch that. And i sat there and i went. I'm so sorry guys hate this movie. I think that's what it went full. Schlock camp yeah. Yeah but the ash versus evil dead series which felt so much like evil dead too. I love that. Yeah it's it's you know the reason why it feels so much. Because they couldn't even us army darkness they can reference due to a licensing issues. Good enough fair enough. But i will. You know i would encourage you to check out the evil to yeah. I've been told at one into the same movies just that either to funny yes. It's like evil dead two. It's it basically does evil dead one it like a version of it and like the first five minutes. And like here's a recap. It's it's different characters. Ashes girlfriend the to or this one. It's much more extended. Its ashes girlfriend and his sister and all these other characters who are involved. They're deciding in this house to me. I always thought about it. Because i in my own mind ashes of is an unreliable narrator and he's an idiot earth that and so i always think like both of these things happen and this is just him trying to make sense of it okay. It's like it's somewhere in between like his his bullshit and what actually happened. And that's why i think like all these are cannon in a way but no but now the original evil dead. It's fun it's it's mostly just focused on the horror there so creative segments in. Hey if you again if you love body horror. When i know you do i do. I mean there's a lot of great stuff to appreciate that in this bill into. I don't care what happens to her. She's your girlfriend. take care of her. Steve i mean it's pretty much the same the again. It's evolved to adapt certain things from this movie. It is more and more capabilities. But no i really do recommend checking out this. I think i think you'll dig it now. People are like all right. I've done of all this old ship from the eighties. Nine hundred ninety nine miles like forty years ago was like i wanna see some new ghost movies and i'm like okay. I got one for you. I got one four. Actually someone that we were talking about earlier. This i was his first film. The what he what brought him the prominence. And that's david sandberg's lights out Oh oh but no david sandberg's lights out in. Listen you also directed scramble annabel to creation. Which i think is one of the best films you need. You liked to the whole concept is. It's a ghost that fears light. Basically so if you have light around you you'd be able to fight against it. Protect yourself protect your family now. What's cool about this movie. Is you have this entity this demon. That is somehow attached itself to a member of the household who is actually like mentally ill and the families just headed up to here without fucking done and it's cool is and how they treat it's like the malls like she's like our friend instead. It's it's not our friend mop. We want to get out of here And everyone in. The film is competent. Like there's not a single dump character in this movie with the mother character. He's mentally ill. His befriended this entity you know and they explain like how that came to be. It's like okay. I can see this but like even the stereotypical like oh dumb boyfriend wants to have sex. He does some of the most bad ass. Just common things in this movie. Getting the police automatically. It's like shit this is like i can't even criticized the film's everyone's making the right choice. No lights out is one of those super underrated films that came out in the the twenty teens and does some effective scares as well again. This is also the data of sandberg who did zaman. And he based this originally on on a short lights out which featured his wife that was his wife in the beginning of the of of the of the chiller right. They're basically doing the same thing she didn't that shop. But yeah we'll show you a little bit of the trailer and get a sense of the characters. Yeah there's there's some jumps difficult. There's a lot of secrets isn't how they play of light and shadow. The movies is is really good. But i i know you haven't seen that one but i recommend it to have seen it. I just don't remember it at all. No maybe just stick with you all right fair enough okay. Maybe i'm kind of three opening. Give it you'll give it to me all right. Thank you thank you. But i recommend guys checking this up so i think you'll like this also. It's very short. It's like an hour and twenty minutes. I do remember that about yeah. It was like wow. it's already over. We're getting into and what's also good about it. No so i it's just like it's done in and out and i'm like thank you really like really like that no franchise. They're now's like okay. You're doing all these live action films. All these these these films. That are distinctly scary. What about some kids. Get a haunted house film for for the kids. Yeah okay and i think people will like this. I think you love this movie. So you know without further ado. Here's a monster house okay. A house with a secret. Holy fuck shit. I love this film. And i think it's so under appreciated so many people forgotten about well. It's funny because we talk about films that aren't spielberg but are oh i mean. Yeah the coaches kids got invested as suburbs and all this throughout this film. It's so spielberg it hurts. I mean they should be cutting him a chance using his typical tropes. But yeah no i did. I did love this movie. I bought it used to watch it all. The time. I kid levies even biz a house down the road from us that if to this day they call the number cracker house even like the idea of like the ghost houses literali explain that how the explore that and the origin of it or fuck forty dark children's film that's not spill because it's gonna go that right right but again with makes it stay down makes it unique so no have you guys not monster do so a favor and did it had see especially if you have kids or younger siblings but now we gotta get to i think arguably is one of the most iconic haunted house movies of all time it had a director who people say change cinema specially during the sixties seventies and eighties. Maybe people don't live all the stuff. He got admit that he has done some incredible work. And it's this one right here anything. In denver about the tragedy we add appeared during the winter in one thousand nine hundred ninety hardiman name. Charles grady's caretaker from what i've been told me. He seemed like a completely normal individual during the must have suffered. Some kind of a complete mental breakdown ran killed his family. Well you can rest assured mr chip when to jack. Nicholson tell you that. I don't believe you fucking fakes goes on. Obviously you know man. The shining which you actually seeing relatively recently like within the past two years but no stanley kubrick's are which originally when it came out. Kind of middling reviews very mixed reviews. The now looked at as an absolute. Yeah under appreciate for its time. But what's so cool about this is it's it's like it's about a broken family and a family that was already fucking sick and messed up with even before the got that goes and just like oh. This is a spot for this. Is this the easy and jack. Nicholson's performance in the movie. Particularly his. As just jack off jack torrance. Just slowly going insane over the course of two hours. But it's even it's the smallest things in this even ghost that truly like there's some fun scares in the movie rapture. It's like building bills mood. Just like the scenes of when his wife played by tyler. Shot no Shelley duvall shelly devolves. I was always get those two confused. Shelley duvall when when she comes in says hey jack. How's the books go how how's the going. He's like what the fuck did you say. Do you think it's going. I just love that you watch this and anybody who grow with an alcoholic father goes. I know these beats. This is very familiar. Mom would you even ask him anything. Just just walk backwards and stay away from him and you can see the heat off of his fucking brow in those seems sweat. No i mean i. I love those scenes the most because it just showcases. How sick this family actually is. And i like onset apparently ship. I'm losing my train of thought here. The director stanley kubrick like he. Did you know that whole incredible sequence like with the baseball bat and then walking like over like thirty plus times when almost had sent. Jack nicholson and shelley. Duvall like a nervous breakdown also gonna time when shelley duvall was. I mean she was fucking doing cocaine on you know the time. Yeah this is this is the start of it. sounds asking. Yeah yeah she was just so stressed out in filmmaking but now he he delivered an excellent film and one that i think stand test of time and especially for jack nicholson best performance and i have a question about. This is ever going to be a show where you don't find a crowbar into is an excuse to mitch. You take you talked about it. You can't talk about it. You gotta wear shirt. Wear i the salon evil dead shirt. This was a good choice. Yeah man but i'm not done one more thing because listen if we have the shining than it only makes sense to have this next film again. I think this did not get a fair shake was released. It was actually. I think the first movie that we did together. Corey left like for vacation sometime between nineteen but i adore this film and it serves as an exceptional sequel to the shining. There was a place talk place. They closed it down. Let it rot. But the things that lived there they come back many ride the bus this far north. You're running away from some the hell. Did you pick up. Net bars gregor. Jesus christ already roddick's he's already rotting my god but man. I'm the trailer. Because there's there's there's a part that i just absolutely fucking love where they have the music in there because they do their own cover of the original shining that bomb and i fucking love is. I think i watched this chiller more than any trail in two thousand nine hundred and so god damn good person place extremely soon and then i'll find you will screen for her doctor sleep. Which is the sequel to the shining even king. This was based on his original book and directed by mike flanagan. Who's done everything from hush to the haunting on hill house series on netflixif win. This movie came out. there was a i. Think a segment of several segments of people where they were like. How dare you make a sequel to this. How dare you can even do this. And then when we came out second wasn't shining you don god and that's the thing that just frustrated me to no end because dr sleep much like the original book. It's not like the shining. It's more of a thriller kind of yeah. It's it's it's in the horizontal extent. But it's doing its own thing. And i thought that's what i think. Most people want from a sequel. You don't want to see the same thing again. But i think the big reason why because well it stanley kubrick kubrick and he can only adhere to him or you. Just don't do it all. And i think that was. That was very disappointing. This movie deserves a lot of praise. I absolutely love this. It's a it's a unicorn in that it's it's a it's a sequel decades after the original that no one asked for your dad doesn't remake the original movie has it brings a whole cadre new elements to the story goes back to the end. While it's being its own thing then goes back to the original. Which i was so worried about. You've been so good. Must we do this and somehow makes the original better with what it does like the a great movie but it does end with like a okay. I'm not sure what that was all about. It was recast and here when they go back and they've really tie that all together. Well like yeah man. It is so worth it to watch both of these movies back to back. You couldn't yeah you could definitely marathon. And their long. There's directors code this film which i've seen but really listen. I like drexel calm. Very mixed on consumption. I'm becoming more and more of the hour and thirty minute movie now ninety minutes. That's all you do that in and out can't way but this is like they have like two and a half hour cut never like forty minutes two and a half hours twenty minutes and it's long but they add more context certain things but it's so good because i do remember thinking. This is so good. If it was longer i'd be okay with it is i. I've seen the director's credit actually given to me by tosi. So thank you for that. But no i just loved it in iraq for the spoilers for this moment but like when he goes back to the hotel and he talks to his father who's not played by. Jack nicholson. they didn't do some. You know they actually get the the kid who played elliott natee. Oh that's right. That's actor. But i felt like he. They show flashback sequences to him around the hotel and chasing after daniel and his wife. But i loved that talk between them. Because that's what i think we needed closure because we never really gotten closure between danny and jack less than we saw them together was when fucking jack was running through the maze with him trying to kill the son and having this talk that way to see how jack has just been so overtaken by the hotel the he's just he's just he'd might as well just be a fucking piece of furniture and danny's trying to engage with him and he's just tonight and you feel like a little hint that maybe he knows like yeah. I know you're my son. But this is all part of the strain. So now i loved it and it ends in a really good place. That could potentially set up a sequel. I mean it can david not virginia. Mike flanagan on them. There's no sequel doctor sleep. Stephen king's where he said. Yeah we'll go. let's more this world and the little girl played What was her name. Shit labral. I thought she was a little revelation to like her seat. She cared herself. Extremely well with your mcgregor like an excellent rapport and chemistry. Yeah man over. I love this interests. New goddamn threat. Like vampire like soul sucking vampires described. Yeah i just. I just loved it. It's it's a modern classic in a film that was not appreciate was released in it deserves to be seen and it's it's actually now you can watch right now chat but that is the the last you did. Well i did well okay. Any wonder like no. No no i mean with the lights out. I just don't remember if i liked it or not somebody review we'll probably know so that one's questionable okay but all the others solid six out of seven same. Got last time anything crumbs very cool. Nice asterix this time. You haven't asked the time we'll chat you don't police we'll go ahead and we'll do an ad right now but if anyone wants to look up that review martin gave and i'm very curious 'cause if i can get that seventy seven i'll be really happy about it right now but we're going to go ahead and get into a commercial and we'll take some questions for the most part we have never tonight and that's it soul that's good covered some stuff again. The logan paul thing. I mean i don't maybe we'll i don't know if there's anything happening. It's we're too early so about that but we're gonna own playing at right now chit and we'll take some questions from you guys. Who do we have with us right now. The freighters there's some other good suggestions and people in the frighteners. Peter jackson's haunted house. That's why didn't pick it. i do. I'm not gonna pick this one. Are you a fan of the ritual. Ghostbusters kinda like middling on it. I think it's the first one. Oh okay okay yeah. I wasn't sure fan. But i do like. That's the thing. That's because i knew you weren't a super fans like don't lead this off just to be sure in things are like i don't want to have that on the list because you might not like those. Don't have what other guys well the garage. Now i tell you right now. I am not a big fan of japanese horror the garage. The ring juwan all those. they're all the same. They're all the same and it's like. Wow that's really creepy wasn't happening explanations. She's mad she just does what she does. Somebody writes a movie where somebody does. Things that are fantastic. Like why are you doing this. 'cause they're crazy no no no. That's there you ain't to be way more specific than that. The only character can get away with the joker. Es inside that even even like he thought he was doing this to show the hypocrisy of the joke. And he's a have some motivate. Oh fourteen away. Oh yeah the one. That's going and short too ready or not. That's that's i guess that's haunted. I mean they're dealing with demons and things. They made a bargain with old guess. Yeah i'm in the minority of people who did not care for okay i get. Why didn't i somehow knew Your mama no no reverend. Say my mom. But she can't quite scary on occasion. No doubt about that. He's calling me but mama. Which was the gemmell. Del toro produced movie with jackie. Chat jessica chastain and god damn sir jamie lancaster well about that. The girls yeah. Yeah yeah care for that. Yeah i thought it worked for a little bit but ultimately did not. i didn't like the. Yeah that's what it was in the beginning. I was like okay and then halfway through is like now. Scratch there with you on the fog. John covers the fog heli. I should have on the list. Yeah that was like what he did. I think in between wasn't Escape from new york. And the thing. I think so. Yeah i think that sounds right. That sounds right. yeah. I actually just someday. We're gonna do this when corey's away again and hopefully when the new halloween movie comes out they gotta live the stars have to line do a whole segment on giancarlo and why we love him so much. That would have made some of his movies. Ghost of mars or something. No not not that one. not that one. It falls ny reason. I didn't bring that up because i talked about ghost. It's like an st demon whereas if it keeps follows. Yeah i didn't. I didn't think of it as ghost There was the devil's backbone like that. I was thinking mad in that one that we've been going to. Yeah yeah i. I always prefer yemen. Detoro does smaller films in those big stores for movies. i don't know i think it's one his storytelling at its best. That would. That's the weird thing with him because he's so big on doing the genre movies but something like devil's backbone. So much of that works without the supernatural stuff out. This is a good drama. Yes well doesn't set during the spanish Civil war and things and these these these kids just trying to survive against these these villainous people now been then this same pan's labyrinth fantastical stuff. They're done really well The i i just i. It's controversial but everyone hates it when i say this. I'm not a big fan of late too late too that much way. Are you serious. I'm serious yeah yeah hey bleed to all you do. Yes shit i i. I like it less than trinity dam trees. I mean i know trinity. Not yeah yeah. Yeah but i'm not a fan of it but yeah no blade to everything. I loved blade. One they strip out for blade to. Yeah it's just like none of the dialogue has any spark. It's not good no. They switched out wesley snipes. Doing actual kung-fu cgi. It was the cgi really bothered me and the The relationships everybody is so cliche. I mean it's. He's basically batman going against racial. With tell you. I'll goal is the love interest. And you got a ron ron. Perlman ron perlman makes a black joke to him. Like can you blush was like dude. We vampires shit going on. What is the latest put down. You could throw at someone at this point. He's gotta be the aso's just like we gotta make racist to stop. I did not care. I forgot about that joke too but it was never the first movie though. I can watch it over and over one or loop. What about the rest of you guys any other questions. Good topics to talk about. I like it like there's trash people to all right party. you know. everyone's just like martin hates that blade. two. I'm sorry martin on i don't like it either. Throw in the mix never hidden opinion about started south by south west. Oh you probably salva crowd going the whole time. I saw where it got introduced by. Harry knowles actually introduced into stuff. Touro coming out onto the stage and the two of them. We're having a big love affair and that's all that comparing the movie to Of lingus kind of started. That's right the review that was written went way so much further than it did. He read the fucking review on stage. They were just having a big customers with each other but Interesting but you know. I was like okay. You guys are buddies with let. Let's get onto this movie. I was just like wow adjusted. Not like that at all. Now i get ya get ya see. Mordecai was the first big little ever saw him. No joke parents took me. There's a baby. So i have the connection with a baby seat blade. Hey man that's cool that they think you're going to be a vampire the hell latest. Take him to this superpowers fair enough. Bureau's that you had to take him to blame that's because you had spawn four that was before blade and spawn is constantly. And i know you don't even know what he could be a and he wasn't victims like yeah like this bond character. You and i agree on that too just any more questions. We'll keep going for another ten or fifteen minutes talking about this Boo boo boo. The orphanage. did you ever see that's did. Produce begin to del toro producer. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah he produced it. I was okay with it Yeah i'm right there with you. This is some creepy moments. Yeah i liked the ending. Hope fucking jesus right. It does not end well for anybody. Hanson kubacki who are in that movie to. What else do we have any other questions or if you were ghost. What's the first thing you do. i. I'd be a nice ghost. I'd be the fucking casper ghost exact 'cause they all do. I'm gonna beat the trope okay. I'm not going to be the stereotype. I just wish one of these movies. One of these conjuring for. I think that would be unique literally. Have a ghost. that's like listen. I know i'm still here. I i don't wanna move on. I am been haunting these people. But i'm going to help you out in this narrow against his fucking asshole who moved in he sure. Sure or or the. I want to move on but terrorizing you is not going to get that done. Yeah yeah exactly. You know funny enough. In the in the conjuring they kind of play around with that They never really don't because you know i mean maybe there's get you to watch it someday. If you choose to like the nuns the big bad you know but you'll find out until like the very very end. There's even though she's she's always like around like he's like why. Why are we focusing on the non even though it has nothing to do with anything else. That's going on here because she's the big that never went out there but you're following. This old man goes is crock. This cockney accent a guy. I get out of my house in all that when you don't know why and you report. Man is lord fray pretty much no messing with the little girls but like we realize. Listen this fucking crazy bitch just ran in here and she's just won't let me go. I can't leave. I'm like that's cool and also the crooked man. Maybe i don't know but but that goes nowhere. Sadly it's bad it's it's too bad but concept who else got. Who are some of your favorite female protagonists. That was also written competently. There's a ton ellen ripley from especially the first two movies she's always the first one that pops up Jim davidson the long kiss. Goodnight never seen that. It's like okay. i'll check it out. I'm trying to think of any other. I mean there's always the go-to ones like a little hamilton. Silicon in the first two years specified action movies or just in general this gerald female. Staffers molly molly game. You had jessica chastain on my mind. I understand that one. There's always those you know. Also the other thing. I'm thinking like video game. There's a lot of female video game characters now more than ever like constantly you know when i was go to is away from horizons rodion agency and she's not like just there for a love into short like that she's like no. I want to solve this problem. I really like that character a lot. I mean ellie from the last of us to a lot of good stuff. all right. we'll take we'll take maybe like thank you by the way guys. Thank you for all this. I'm gonna go in there and thank you guys for the subscriptions. I really do appreciate it. I know you guys have been donate throughout this entire time. People are asking more village. Martin they want you to village resonable village. Sorry chattan bring the with me. I was thinking about doing that. But i want to make this a little shorter show because we did do four hours last time and i did promise martin about two two and a half hour show today and i want to adhere to that for him but we covered a lot of good stuff here Yeah oh yeah oh studio. Ghibli characters. love love that nasa announcing the prince mono game on okay. Of course you know. There's a lot of good with crossing from the against but all right chat with that. I guess we can just go ahead and bid you guys do unless you have anything else. 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Check him out on wednesdays yet the guys they at least the main guy lose here in austin and it's one of those those they're playing. Bnd shows would normally like. But i'll check him out on say. Oh these guys are actually entertaining okay. It's called we make bad plants. Yeah let me check it out and we make bad national. I wanna see them in this laptops. Like you'd better be careful with me on some very sensitive. I'll do it we make. Is it like spelled. Exactly like that underscores. Even be one word. I'll let me try that without enemy. Try that match. We're gonna see we can rate some people beforehand before you know. Do the whole spiel. Then nazi we make bad on. I put we back bad plans on doing here here. We make bad plans. They're they're gone. We'll see if they're on right now. They are long really think. So not on all thought there i said live for a second and then promptly said there's like there's it's an ad they have right there. Well you're not genuine. 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Patrick Wilson, Black Widows, Cadaver Mouth, and Re-Entering Post-Pandemic Society

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Patrick Wilson, Black Widows, Cadaver Mouth, and Re-Entering Post-Pandemic Society

"Hello this is marks godel marks and you're listening to my favorite paul gust mouse and vines proletariats proletariats nelson. Yeah why ha like Yeah it's good. Hello i'm joel mouse. I'm the mom went down and yego. And i'm weans. I'm the single swing and weiner up here in la you've reached mousa weans everybody. If you haven't guessed you are a swinging single. How is it. How's your love life. An and libido and swinging nece lately any my. Gosh nothing i mean. I'm still kind of locking down so not because we need to but Yeah you were asking me this before. Which is why you got excited. I said have you seen patrick wilson. Suber hot he's an she for the mood folks. Who is this guy. So i here let me grab my phone. Oh my god. I got a new crash. Everybody so we're just hit there okay. Watch that he was in made you a little children. Although which is from the same guy who did election with matthew broderick. If you remember that one which is a really good movie. This one is weird a little bit but there's such a hot roof. There's an why. Because he and kate winslet so they're both read and we live in the same neighborhood and he's its fiscal. Everybody look at youtube. We're on youtube to there. He is so cute he Our scars guard guy. Kinda scars Know he's in. i don't know if he's akron. Were you look it up. No opperman is jason momoa right. He's in akron. Okay inaugural man yeah. It's what i told you to look up the first term. Okay tell me what you like about him. Let's dissect this because this is a boy question this episode matter about weans life. No we go now. Okay she does this to me and it's always about celebrities like who cares first of all side by side. Liberties liberty just said celebrities. Because i'm in a hot room again. works okay. he's cute because he's got a real nice. Aw you should see these scenes in his movie. Just what the movies weird. Because it's got a whole. Pedophilia weird like see story. And then there's a beast story with like his. Let's see starting to be story. There's a as story. Which is the story. Okay on the movie seinfeld movie on show. We are great start. You have your a plotline. That's your main plot in the near be story is like now we're cutting to elaine in kramer's story on the side and now we're going to cut back to the c. story of jerry's dad and now we go back to jerry as easily so yes the as story is this is little children were pedophilia. Don't well that's one likes the perez which didn't really even the thing that bothered me about this movie. First of all it was just gnarly. That whole weird subplot thing didn't really tie into. They could've done the whole movie around the sexy patrick wilson. It could have. Just been all patrick wilson and that would have been maternity hit. Yes so many people this too many of right. So what is it about him. That was his character is look at that. Looks just look at his Naked torso joke back. Oh okay regular when you look at it. Tell me what you think. I don't know it looks. How could you say let's not objective i am. It's all right now. I am here to say that. I feel like you're finally coming around to the blonde hair blue eyed type which is usually my type. Although lately we've been trading don't discriminate. I like all good now. He has a nice high forehead. Is that okay with you are. Here's mouser now. sorry. I'm being like black and white though logically. I don't you don't discriminate. It's all about the character. And the look and i don't know that guy so i'm basing it off of a couple interviews either okay now but it's funny because you will notice things like you'll go. He's got a weird tooth or his hairline always got a receding. I don't notice it. I noticed there is. I thought you're making a job at me and my weird tooth but go ahead. I'm so excited don't do that. That's weird well okay. this is good though. all right. so you're feeling your your libidos getting Do you think it had to do with your second shot. Do you think you're feeling Like wild and wooly because now you're safe to go back into the community. Maybe i think life is picking up. So maybe there's but i was telling you about the second shot a van. I had this weird reaction two days later that i like angry at felt like steroids. Royd range really weird. Yeah i told you i. We just talked about the center. Were you asking me pretending like you didn't know no no but i didn't know it was a steroid thing i thought you were. Just i don't know what's in it. But i figured you were annoyed because you said you had inflammation spot at the injection site and you said it was like a big eg so i thought maybe you're in pain and whenever someone's in pain the everything's annoying so you'd know wrote a couple of texts that were real short with people and now i was. I had a couple friends that said. Hey are you in. La lets you know. And i was like. I can't handle all the world opening at once center and i like robak. I'm not available until may twentieth. I'm at school. i'm just too busy. I can't and they just wrote like. Hey you in town. I go here and it was like this. I think that's i think that's what it was. Because i talked to another person who had madonna. That's what it was. And they said i have not put anything crappy into my body except for food and coffee and i got really angry just one day and then it made me really low and a good shot necas two days ago musical. That's gotta be it music. Nah that wasn't it. But i've never had that experience in all of my life. Where now have you was this new for you or is this typical well. I've you know when you like you taking your drugs recently. You've got to talk about the take. Take cold medicine. You take you know antibiotics and i think i took steroids for some kind of it was like prednisone own for two thing or something. I felt that same like our little irish boxer boo boo okay. Interesting this is the side of it. I had this happen. I mean i'm trying to think of a physical thing. I put into my body that made me feel that way. I don't know maybe we don't pay attention to anything. I don't get this. I feel everything that happens around. My body's weird socks can't wear if i put on sensitive person. You're a highly sensitive people your hsp. Is that a thing 'cause i definitely have feelings and The jury's out anew you do you stop. I do too but you go overboard with the animals and the i dunno people ants. Don't pick it now. This is what i did yesterday. Which i can't keep doing this. There's a black widow spider on the cushion of my teak lounge outside and it was underneath there instead of killing it. I let it go run down the driveway. But then i have a cat and run down and so long run from your cushions. Yes what'd you do. Hurt it where you hurting a black widow. It was doing it along. I was going. And i. I just had taken a bite. Was it tofu. So i had a bite of tofu and then i turn the thing around because i had a suspicion. You know how you feel. Something might be weird. So i took four. Lay down up. The cushion looked under there. There's a black widow. I knew it. And then so i went and tofu all over. Bits of tofu and a spider stuck there. And then i blew. It blew it and then i said i can't keep the tofu wing because i knew i was half blowing because i feel so i fully blew. I blew it all over the back of the thing. I didn't care and then i finally blue tofu do. Yeah and then. The guy hit the ground. And i went so he would run that way down. The driveway bloom down. The driveway boomed on the driveway. Because you didn't and kill him now. Why not just stomp on him. I don't want that spider guilt and anyone bad spider karma although is it karma are you worried about next lives this part of it. I mean. didn't you say at a little indian friend who won't kill bugs uh-huh little indian friend. Did i just do something. That was demeaning. And what if. She's a large taking too many sociology. Classes she's great no and she's littler the me she comes up to here and yet she does she's hindu and she doesn't believe in killing any other living beings because of that and also it's cool. She said that they have to spray. You know and clean in their house and by doing that. They know that their Killing little bugs bacteria and stuff like that so to counter that to balance that they go outside and they sprinkle flower each day Because it's a food for little bugs really so it's kind of for those of we kill. Were feeding those outside. I like that. Yeah do that kind of. Wow but you know about interesting so but okay. You're judging right now we're just gonna come back. I could tell you. I'm just questions. I just have questions. No i don't care. I i think it's fine I'm just curious because you you are a little obsessed about black widows because they're using them so scared okay. Will you listening. Those would be the one you'd have an exception for him want to kill. No well i will. I spray them off in the. Don't go outside at night. Sometimes because well things always happen. I went out to sit there with my friend who came over. We went in sat down to eat a burrito outside on the table and he made fun of me. My friend blake he goes. Ooh you of the spiders. Because i walk out like this does it. Hit me in the face. Those big garden spiders off although if you walk through one of their or are you kidding me. There's nothing worse member. The one we plankton the can so scary. Anyway i went. And i said he was like. Oh you and your spider thing. And i'm really not that crazy but in then i go and i sit down with the bare feet and it's starting to turn dusky. You know dark and then I looked down right next to my foot. Guess what there was far quito black widow right by my foot. And that's why. And he goes this spider and i go. What is this red hourglass on the chest. But unless you're sitting there denote the number one black widow injury is from back in the day in the annals of your balls slack widow injuries. Did you know balls. They would build a web nest in the on your balls. Listen close in the seat of a porta potty. But the outhouse right back in the pioneer days and so unsuspecting farmer would go sit and be ball. All his stuff is is hanging down. I guess what's right there to bite it balls genus so there penis injuries with black widow. Spiders all the time. I'll have to verify this with factcheck. Black widows or lateral deckers has. I don't often invade homes but they do like to inhabit structures like sheds barns outhouses and unfortunately for those who lived before indoor plumbing was commonplace black widows like to retreat under the seats of outdoor toilets. Perhaps because the smell attracts so many flies them to catch men who use outhouses should be aware of this disturbing little factoid. Most black widow bites are inflicted on the penises. Thanks tendency to dangle threatening in spiders territory beneath the seat a one thousand nine hundred forty four case study published in the annals of surgery noted that of twenty four black widow by cases reviewed eleven bytes on the penis one was on the scrotum and four were on the buttocks. A full. Sixteen of the twenty four victims were bitten while sitting on the toilet from thought. Co dot com cheeky. But yes. i think that i would imagine a Common thing and that part scared me but my point is you have to be sitting in one spot for while the spider to come over and find. It's not like you're going to touch a cushion and they're going to get you right away so i think your foot is in their web. They're going to think that you are a moth and that's your show and they will attack. Well i don't think it works that way. Though they're very smart they can tell the difference between a moth in tow and unless there therefore why they don't run towards your toe come on all right. Here's another story. When i went to get my bike out of the garage. Ra hot peewee. Herman bike and going to the garage. And i always have feelings about these things. Because so i went to go stand on my bake. Guess who was there right. We stand on your bike on the seat. Are you doing here. What's this song for. Now i went to fling your leg over like saddle horse fling horse. Leg yes satellite i straddle straddle i went to straddle. I'm about to sit on the seat and put my feet on the pedals. Were you kind of touched your leg to the side of the bike and i had this feeling i looked down. Guess who is there really another black widow spider a black widow spider and he was in the attack position. They're just humors. There's no there was no web. He was on the side of the part where you put your leg down on the bike part with his femurs out femurs with his attackers. Those are legbones. Those names were laying eggs and whatever the attacking part. I think they're leg home. Watch them and attack pos. You will never wanna ride your bike again nor will you wanna go outside after dark. They come out at night and Vermont's please weigh in here. On black widow spiders we would like an episode specifically about them very much there called brown widows in my neck of the woods by the way they're brown. Yeah those have the spiky execs versus round for black widows and. I've looked them up. They're less powerful in the binding areas. They are less toxic but they are more fiddle-faddle either one like them will square. That's why they come towards the toe like an attack position. They're ready but do you think you have a little arachnophobia because you also obsessed with brown recluse in And then on recluses get your balls. Sorry but as those are the ones idaho. What's the one that you hate in. Idaho hobo as we heard about those for years to cobos. Now what's so bad about a hobo spider bass. Mom she will tell you the hobo. She slapped one anime hand. Because i was trying to save it and put it out and she slapped it. I had an dixie cup. She slapped it and stomp down. Because you do not save those spiders that can kill you there. Ask your mother there hobos. There's all these hobo spider sides like bull. Kill your hobos for trait. It says we'll kill your hobos on a sign in idaho terrible now of soul. You love animal. Getting mom love spiders. But you don't live spiders lizards we know you worked in varying for while you had a whole lizards and tell you. I had some lizard intuition. Also oh you're trying to segue into slash always call out my segues. Can't you just let them be let after all. That's the nature of a segue for go ahead. Talk about the segue like paul blurt on a segue and your favorite sister loves public. Go snorkeling dark links. If you were gonna go snorkeling dorka writer okay. By very himself lizards. You've always loved animals. Why i why do you work there because i think it was a family thing like dad used to take us there and maybe did mom too and then we went on field trip there. Let's to the east bay. Very and that was the place in berkeley where i ended up working later but i think it was something to do with like an exciting trips. When we were kids we would go to that animal place in berkeley. The alexander lund's museum that place. I remember that was a walnut creek. Come either way. This was a very interesting place. And i was always curious and you know i had that. It's a little bit pilots. I think it was probably more but it was mixed in with our childhood like going there when i was young and feeling like it was a special fund. Exciting place like to alexander lindsay or like the steinhardt aquarium. That was a quick attitude headed snake. That was pretty fascinating. Yeah i agree. Yeah i liked all that stuff too but you really had a pension for it though when you were little. You love lizards alligators. Niks alligators alligators or my god. I forgot about how much success alligators. Yeah i had one a rubber alligator that. I took in the bethany. Oh yeah you're right. This is deeper that all right off. Because i love to chew on it. You ate a snail you toby hail the rubber alligators and i loved it so much and it would chew on it in the eight. It's whole tale. What i got so mad at myself because it was just a dump that was you to know. 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It was donated they died. It's like getting blood from somebody. It's getting oregon donated but it's bone and they're these little granules and they like clean 'em and they're all like bleached whatever. It's just a matrix for the boned material. To grow back over it than they add platelets and then they add this membrane and then they closed the gun back up and it's going to build my job backup so that it will all be back to normal and then i can think faked it back and he still stuck on the head. People people boats will the weird part. Is this oh gross. That every once in a while granollers comes out because it's not quite healed and a crunch on it. Have you ever had sardines with the little spine in them still. Oh i kinda like you are a can't this is getting strength trench. It's got that little crunch of a little bone and every once in a while one more game to my teeth. And i don't know what it is my crunch it and it satisfies kinda gross knowing. I'm eating a dead person's bone a little bit but it's also kind of satisfying. This is strange. We're we have learned. This is a strange thing. Do you feel like dominant over them. Slow nothing like that show really is just like a like a crunchy chip for something. Like a but it's dead person in your mouth not though we not think about it that way. Because then i'm gonna freak out. We can't think about are you. I don't think you can cause you to logical for me. i would not be able to. He would rather stay. What is your song. You had to get a somebody else's kidney. You take a sock over kidney. I might just go. I might seek to weird's it's oregon though it's just it's just sells its tissue. It's getting fake eyelashes. But it's different that it's a human bone in your mouth it. I could maybe take a her i long. They wanted to donate it. They wanted it to go back to good. Oh i get it. It's all i'd just couldn't put it into my mouth 'cause then it would do the sardine thing and it would be to the venue. Oh it's too much. Yeah i know why because what if you were going to have a big indian to face. If you didn't have it i'd take it really. Oh and denna face. now you're getting into dramatics. Feel was a little different than i would have a big divet undermine cheek pad could they not stuff it with a piece of like two toenails or something. Why did they have used bones. I don't know something else. Bone granules over tony own someone else's who would see me. This is getting weird. This is not intended this okay. Okay i don't want to. Would you really get creeped out though could could your brain really talk you into getting weirded out about think so see. I don't think so either. We're not that suggestive scientific. You're you tell me to get a boyfriend. It's just like buying a shirt eggs. Not like lang- shirt. But i am very curious to hear more about your interest in boys. This has been a while you've been dormant for a while. And i think madonna made angry and fired up. So oh interest hatrick wilson. What's his situation. Let's let's look he's married. They're all they're married he's married. He's a but he just seems really cute. I'll show you a couple interviews covid also joel. These are celebrities in their far. I'm not saying you have to be with that. One person is that her that you take the qualities of the. She was an actress to her car. And yeah you can apply them to real life so this is good. This is stage. One misses the plot. A of your romance. You're interested a celebrity the gateway the gateway definitely has a nice torso and Tall and you want to squeeze his packs. I noticed that you do like the packs. Well okay can we translate this into real life so what is going to be now. That you've had your saksak's mosquito in here. wait sorry. I thought i was a mosquito and i really was. I just missed aggie. That bitch no look at you. Steroids i bet you they're just said it. Funny children to out you guys were on a go. Look a youtube. Would you could see this giant cadaver whole interface. I don't have any cadaver holes. Stop all right no now. How are you going to re enter society. 'cause we've talked about the tax. You're a little bit nervous about getting back out in real life. What's going to be your tippy toe toe in the water of reality. hurry nervous. Can we distinguish the term us from focus. You're not worried about disease. You're worried about social ok-sang on school in getting that done. Because i've created this little microcosm of time space in money so i could get this done finely cut so that's what i'm focused on more worried about the social aspects. That are coming in as a distraction as life. Oh okay that may. And i yeah. I was going to have to do a whole agoraphobia. Workup i thought maybe no there might be. We have a phobia in our family. Did you know that yeah. Where'd you hear that from me. It could just be lot of diagnosing people. Though you love papa sticker on people being like i don't because i realize it's well it's a label and maybe people are over forty. Maybe they wanna hang out at home more. Maybe they wanna be la- social media or more introverted. So i don't know. Has this brought out the introvert. New this epidemic pandemic. i enjoy I think it has with everybody. I'm not labeling. I'm not targeting you but i think when you're single. There was a lot of alone time. And the i would imagine families if your family that likes each other probably normalized it a little bit more because you have some social interaction. It's definitely weird to be single this time. Yeah although you know. I had an i had without the school as a focus. I think i would have gone crazy. And without you guys coming to see you can't manageable. You're a huge circle. You could have bubbled up with anybody. You had like probably yeah dozen people who would have been great but speed quarantine buddies with them. Well i don't know or just like make pinky promise to like. Let's hang out together. I don't know. I could name a whole list of people you talk to you. Guys girls whatever. Yeah but people have their own lives. They wouldn't want to shake up the time now. I mean just like visit okay. we'll be each other's people. Promise you go anywhere. I won't go anywhere and we can hang out well. This is back a little bit because happy. Yeah that's what i'm saying. I think so. Many of us were happy to be home. And just like chill and dr projects at home and We just did. The interview of st peter's he even said god. Put me in my room. You know i had to go to my room for the corentin as we all did. And it's like and that's when he say mars In a different interview. It's cute because it is kind of like that like okay. I'm forcing you all stay home. What are you going to get done what he had to look at. How are you going to deal with whatever so you did school. Which is amazing. Yeah i was very it was like it opportunity for me. I was so happy to. I've loved that the world slowdown in. I felt like we're all in it together. So i didn't feel this fomo of something happening out there. Yes not was that but it was like it was more for me like i should be doing something. Like dad's always. I should be working everybody else's at work. I should be work. I do but everyone together. And like yay got my. I've got the golden tech. It's true i know very true. I'm looking well. I pulled up this interview or article. This is from the new york times. And i did want to talk about. We talked a little bit before. And now but the nervous person's guide to re entering society. Right because i think a lot of us are probably like you know. We embraced staying home. We have gotten a little too comfortable staying home and now we have to kind of get back out there now that we've had our vaccines or whatever i don't know. And so what are you do. And how much of it is anxiety. How much is is agoraphobia. Is something we can slap a label on. I don't know So they're recommending experts have said if you don't want to jump into the pool dip your toe in first so you can't just jump out there which makes sense right. Have you tiptoes what. What's your latest toe dipping. Ben i dipped into a hike dipped. Yeah a few hikes with friends. And i also tony gleason one of them. I think he listens. Yeah tony here's our illustrator episode and blake. I don't think he listens anyway. So yes i've done that. And then i did a social outing to seal beach to see the jennifer mountains right abby What about you you've done you worked out today. I'm yeah i'm going back to the gym. It's like very spaced out. Though and you have to sign up. Beforehand wear masks so it feels very isolated canal unsure but it is indoors. So that's there's that kids are doing so nervous now not at all. I've come full circle with this. Because i used to be a little bit more nervous but i'm not i really. What mandate confident shot really being vaccinated. Feels like can't touch me now. It's invincibility thing. Which i know is kind of false because there's variants but i don't know and it just feels good to be back. It just feels good. Having that freedom of i can go anywhere now and even stop site. Would you fly right now or do you feel oh you did you just kinda how. What's your name pam. Okay the the thing that does make me nervous that my kids aren't vaccinated and this article brings set up to It's kind of disingenuous to say you can't have any friends over. Meanwhile here we are gonna happen around a little bit So what do you do I don't know what is it. Where are the kids at though. What's likely years being so. Many of them are back at school. So my kids. The junior high and high school boys are both back four days a week and you know they go eight. Am to two o'clock about and i pick them up and they're masked up and they have to use hand sanitizers much as but they're not really on top of it at the school. They're kind of like we leave it up to the kids. You have to take their temperature before they leave home. They're really becoming more hands off. And i pack them at hand sanitizer. But they're boys. They barely flush the toilet. I don't know if they're using so when they get in the car. I'm always like squirt wash up. But what's the likelihood of them getting it. I don't really know. I know that younger kids were. We get reports from the schools and week. There's probably hamdullah cases to three to five her whip for the teachers. Not the kids right. They don't say who it is. A person out our school got coded a community based or school based. I've been disraeli out of this. Because they didn't want to be a hyper thing but in but just didn't so our younger because before it was kids weren't don't need to worry at all. So where are we in. Well i think they always need to worry. They will catch it and but they can. It's almost more like a flu. And they can fight it. Although there are a few that have underlying conditions usually that than it does become a big problem for them and if you have died and then they can also transmit it so there are of course concerns with it but it does feel like now that we are safer and we were the ones a little bit more more safer. Yeah and then you kind of bring your kids along with it to like guess what we did. We got disneyland tickets. You're gonna meet us there for dinner. You're not meeting for dinner to dinner the night before just dinner. We'll go outside summer but we're going to do it in. It's at twenty five percent capacity and they have it all spaced out. I watched the video. They have like plexiglass stuff everywhere. I think it's all it's out. How busy is it gonna be insane. It's at one quarter capacity versus one hundred percent. Thanks for getting me a ticket. I didn't think that you would want to go. You're in the middle school. You just made a big cry about. I would talk with my god. I tried i thought about abdin. Maybe she does want to. Then i can give it as the same with the vaccine when you Got it for mom and then it didn't live with us. I couldn't get you the vaccine. I gotta for mom because she lived with us. Sorry always anyone misses the little duckling syndrome. Don't wait for the anxiety to go away. This is about reentering society. Feeling anxious doesn't mean you're endangered doesn't mean something is wrong It's a normal part of entering post pandemic life. That's what this is called. A you can do calming validating soft. Talk i speak to yourself it self reassuring voice. Let's do it weans. Give me some meditations. You will do fine. It will be great in life. What kind of world do you wanna live in. She wants to talk about boys our boys anyway. You don't have to replicate what you did in the before times. This is going to be a slow roll that make sense. Let go of resentment You can't control other people on the yourself. Anger frustration and resentment towards people who ignore public health guidelines or. Behave differently than you do will only raise your stress level. It's tough but true prioritize activities that help reduce anxiety. I love gardening. I highly recommend it. You like hiking together. We are the dynamic. Do i don't know. Yeah so. I think we can all do it folks. So i'll post this article in the show notes but we're entering societies slowly but surely have just bounce back into it though you did not seem to have a mental transition you can just bounce back and maybe that's i mean really staying home still alive. I'm not like out there out there. I'm not shop. I hate shopping. I do like being home. I've got a million things to do with the podcasts. I'm happy being here. So it's kind of a perfect balance So are you going to be resentful of going back out the way you used to do kind of think. It was too busy or do you like yeah a little bit but we did stop doing our big long commute for soccer. So that's done which gives me back hours and hours and hours Everything's local and quick. Charlotte hasn't gone back to any of her sport. So there's that so it's like my schedule is very short on the the apple days after worried about sport. That's a good life. I'm telling you that there was some balls studied. Where if you live within ten miles of where you work in. Everything's within ten miles like your life. Is that much happier and longer. Yeah yeah it is. I do like it. Yeah yeah all right lizards in sex life. Go i wanna lizard says. Sometimes i dressed up as lizard. Neko out credit court people on the corner. No you had a psychic mama could moment with a lizard but then you had lizard story. We talked about offline that i wanted to hear online celebrities. That nowhere i worked at these bay barium right there was a guy there was like the main there were two owners who were the big owners and he was like third in command named owen tap from does anyone know the reference from the train. The remarkable god. Good thing but so he. I was somehow his chosen one to go to slashes show from guns and roses guitarist slash was his band was slashes snake. Pit lose playing somewhere in san francisco and he was really into snakes. He had he was like notorious for having a bunch of boa constrictors. And whatever so for some reason i got roped into being the one that was going to go with owen to bring these like exotic animals backstage to his show and Lynam all like put them in their containers and bring them to show him in the hopes that he'd pay thousands of dollars all these things and We went there and had to like sit around and wait for slash to get off stage income backstage and then i just remember came back with a towel around his neck. As who are you guys cycle. We're the so and so from the so-and-so's and here's your display cool. Yeah and then that. I think that was parading. Much it packed up and then they had like a weird spaghetti dinner with his guy back home. What was that remember. His two spaghetti dinner with awkward. It was like super late night to go have spaghetti dinner. And i just wanted to go home. It was so weird. I didn't know moving was there was another just weird story of. How did i get involved in this situation again. I got celebrities go nowhere laboratories where was it story now. Can we transition into Have you had any any leyshon snake thoughts lately house after. Don't so me now do you are there. Is there anybody that's realize you yeah realistic. That's not on the so now. That's talking here that you're kinda like oh that might be fun to know now. There's nobody. I don't talk to anybody but friends at her. But i liked it. The fire's being stoked a little. Maybe the fire joe l. i. It's i just can't do it right now i have. I know just to focus on while the summer's coming you've gotten in great shape doing all your hiking. Things are on the horizon in la okay. I'll make sure to let you know when that happened. That's my the house lizard. Houdini moment i have a feeling. I don't understand how you think it's so easy though. Also i think that you have but you stuck in my twenty year old brain. I was all you could just kind of be like. Hey what's up and then about being a boom. I wonder if it's a little bit of la being. I don't know. But i don't come to san diego. Yeah how easy is that. Do you think. I don't know how i know in your forties. What would you do. I go on a dating app and an honest no way. It wouldn't be scary. Don't live in fear. Not living in fear be fun. Gordon dates grab coffee. I know same song dance. I'm sorry. I just love it. I think it's well. How does this turn into me again. Though i would to Are we towards the interior of talking about nothing. It's good everything. We gave good tips and facts. It's great everyone's learning and we love each other. And i love to hear about your life and we might be helping somebody get through their stuff. You never know right folks. And we're going to create an urban garden in san diego's next project dreamily. Yes let's find a area with no walkable. 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The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

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The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

"This message comes from. Npr sponsor capital one offering checking and savings accounts with no fees or minimums and banking app to check balances deposit checks and transfer money. That's banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one. Na member fdic. The twenty thirteen horror film conjuring made more than three hundred million dollars and spawned a blockbuster. Cinematic universe the main conjuring movies center on a pair of demon hunters who solve paranormal mysteries. In the new third conjuring movie. It's called the conjuring the devil made me do it. Our heroes trying to figure out what compelled a young man to brutally kill his landlord. I'm stephen thompson. And today we are talking about the new conjuring movie on pop culture. Happy hour from npr. And so don't go away this message comes from. Npr sponsor microsoft teams. Microsoft teams is helping priority bicycles reinvent. The way they work when the pandemic the bike shop had closed their new york city showroom. They found a way to reopen by doing virtual visits on teams. Now the team can meet with two or three times the number of customers and they could before and people from all over. The world can visit their showroom. Learn more about their story and others at microsoft dot com slash teams. Welcome back with us from her home in maryland is npr. White house correspondent isha rasco high asia. Hello so glad you could be here also. Joining us is. Npr arts desk correspondent neta ulaby. Welcome neta thanks. It's great to have you here. So as i mentioned in the intro the conjuring franchise has spawned a bunch of spin offs including the massively successful annabel series. But the main conjuring movies focused the most unhealthily fictionalized accounts of to real life. People who really did investigate cases that they said involved demonic possessions. Their names both in life. And in the conjuring movies are the rain. And ed warren. There played in all of these films by viropharma and patrick wilson respectively. The movies depict her as having powers of clairvoyance while he performs the occasional exorcism and whatnot The conjuring the devil made me. Do it is set in nineteen eighty one and is based on a real life case. Basically arnie johnson played here by. Rory o'connor stabbed his landlord to death and claimed demonic possession as his defense the warren's set out to prove that he was indeed possessed by demons and much horror ensues asia. I'm going to start with you. What do you think of the conjuring movies in general. And what did you think of the conjuring colon the devil made me do it okay. So i really liked the conjuring movies the conjuring movies the other ancillary ones. I don't know as much about but the main conjuring movies. I really liked him back in two thousand thirteen when that first one came out and they had like the clapping thing clap clap and then go splat i was like oh my gosh i gotta go see this movie like that was like right up my alley because i love like evil malevolent ghosts like it's a movie and it's like the house is haunted and then like it ends and it's like old ghosts who wanted to go home. I don't wanna see that movie. I won't like the ghost be. I wanted to kill you. All those are the type of ghosts i like. I don't like happy ghost. And so when i saw the first one it did not disappoint. Had all the stuff. The second one i liked i will say that this one. The devil made me do it. I like this one better than the second one is so to me. This is like the third one. If you look at it as a trilogy and i think that third movies and these sorts of things can really solidify something like the storytelling and stuff like that. Like i think of you know. A nightmare on elm street dream warriors. That was the third one. I love that paranormal activity. Three a lot of people don't know this. That was a really good movie like this one is in that range like it was solid. Right is it. Classic isn't going to haunt your nightmares forever. No but it was solid. It was scary. It was a place. I didn't expect and once again i have to let you know the pop culture happy hour. People know that there are things. I don't like i did like this one. Everything i've been on. I say i like but i liked this one. It was solid. It was a good movie. One thing i will say about looking for satanists and stuff like that. It does ring a little bit different. Because we have this whole satan is q. john thing going on right now. Like we're in the midst of another satanist panic right now. That was a little annoying to me. Because i don't like when real life intrudes on my. You know my horror watching so that i will say that. That was the only unfortunate thing about this one. How about you i. I couldn't agree with more. I contrary was just a revelation. Lili taylor's best work to this day happened which he was tied to a chair and under a blanket that was a magnificently. The i barely remembered the country to to be honest. Who spent a lot of these kinds of movies that was kind of a receded into the mists. This one you did the trick right. But it's also the kind of movie where people say things like come with me. I have something to show you. Or there's gotta be another way. You connect the dots we've got our exorcisms with the back and see we've kind of seen it all before we've got a main character. Who looks like norman bates. The whole thing feels incredibly derivative. But it's a horror movie that's kind of what we like about horror movies so you know. I'm not big on grading movies. I kinda hate it when people do this. But this winter sort of screams be plus. You know what i mean. So here's my issue with these things. Your first movie is basically kind of i. Don't know sort of the exorcist. Meets the bobby duke. It's pretty contained kind of haunting possession. It's within this haunted house and it's largely a haunted house movie and the only stuff in that movie. That really didn't work for me. Was the portrayal of these ghost hunters your ed in lorraine i thought all that stuff about their love. This great romance of there is that will echo through the ages. I found it so boring and so tacked on. I didn't care about them. at all. The connective tissue. For all of these movies is these two dopes i get very frustrated when like historical dramas present people as heroes who were not heroes and present people as villains who were not villains if you get tripped up by that sort of thing these movies are not for you because the portrayals of these people are so both very disingenuous and very very very frustrating and to me like. Just make the bed shake. Joe's just make the critter pop up in the in the shadows. That is so much more interesting to me than the kind of framing device of these movies. Which bogs them down. More and more as they go along. You know what's kind of the problem. I think there's something very chilly about both of them. They both like increasingly aging china dolls. And we're being asked to imagine this kind of warmth and this heat and this patent between the wind what they bring to the screen that works is actually somewhat cold. I have to say i. I liked the romance pope. I believe it. I guess i'm a sap. I believe it. I'm a sap. I don't know i like they're like nixon and you know the husband's is i don't do it. Don't go so far late into your mind. And she's like oh i gotta do it. They certainly concerned about each other. And the thing is. I know that in this regard i am an outlier with these movies. Every review that i have read of these movies. It's been like the most important thing is the emotional connection undercurrent of between these two people. Who have this incredible chemistry. I do not agree. I've just having this vision of nora. Ephron drifting the contrary movies. And i i think it might be better. I think the problem is is that it's the seeds are there. I think you're both right. But directors of these movies are not adept at holding out these kinds of emotional shaves actors. Blessed are doing their best especially with dialogue. Like i've afraid she's not going to be able to do it. I'm afraid she will see that. Coming and lorraine's ability to sniff things out sometimes works. sometimes it doesn't and it's sort of increasingly feeling all in the service if the script and not it doesn't feel as it all felt a little forced this time. One thing that does stand out about this movie that i wanted to touch on the first two conjuring movies directed by james wan who directed saw an insidious as well as some very big budget. Tentpole movies like and heated furious. Seven major major filmmaker. This one is directed by michael chavez. Who did the conjuring spinoff the cursive. Lie your own. Ah and a lot of the presentation like the effects budget is higher on this one. But did you feel like there was a drop off in the way. These movies were directed. No did you asia. I didn't feel like there was a drop off. I did feel like some of the jump scares. Were a little like they could have been better especially when you think back to the first movie like they were really innovative. I don't even know if that was just a storytelling more than directing. Like i said that. Clapping thing that stays with you but like this. I felt like the jump scares were not as original as they could be like. I mean at this point you can really put some effort into this. And i don't know that they did. Yeah i had the reaction. This felt a little bit slicker but a little more soulless. And i also felt in general like an and you see this with sequels all the time where like the original movie that everyone loves that is like the source material for all of these subsequent movies is always so small and so contained in every sequel feels the need to make the world bigger and bigger and bigger and we talk sometimes on the show about sequel bloat. You know where the movies get longer. And they take the team and split them up and send them out in twelve different directions. This movie to me really had that feeling of like man. Just stay in the haunted house. I don't need you to go off. As detectives it was like courtroom drama. A lot of stuff it also had some funny moments that i thought worked. Well like you know when they're like at one point doing exercises in the light starts flickering and it's like bad wiring smell well so we've all seen all three country movies. We have all seen all eight movies in the conjuring cinematic universe but there are clearly going to be more of these things. These things make an absolute fortune this this franchise. The entire universe has made something like two billion dollars at the box office. There are going to be more of these movies. Where do you guys want to see. These movies go. Oh of the ram colt. All the way through point that just got dropped and get picked up again. Very easily of all about the disciples colt. Yes i want to see them looking for these bad actors who are on the side of the demons. Who are these people. Go looking for them. It would be amazing. The movie that i really want to see. Is this kind of bonkers when you think about that. There's never been a horror movie. I don't think really set in the white house. White house was the haunted house. Amazing how you're taking my book ideas now. I would read book about you. Know it'd be order. All the bad goes and they wouldn't be in this movie. I'll give away another free idea. Because i don't know that i'll have time to do it. But all of the exorcisms that ever happened in these moves. They're always done by catholic priests which makes sense. Because i understand in the catholic church but i think there needs to be an exorcism done by a black. Pinta costal preacher as a black pentecostal church gore. Like these movies. Speak to me away. But they're always. I think you should catholic. Have a believe me you have some black church mothers in their pleading the blood against these demons and it would be amazing. No one has done it. I'm giving free jewels here. I'm giving gills aisha. I would absolutely watch that. Movie is only because it would take the emphasis off of these two bozos. Really where i want this franchise to go is exactly where it is never gonna go i will. I will absolutely not Get that which. I will say one thing that i like about these movies. That sometimes bothers me about other. Modern horror movies dare not sadistic kind of vicious in their violence. They have like almost a pg thirteen quality to them that. I as as somebody who doesn't necessarily want to watch torture porn. I did appreciate that yet. No i absolutely agree with that. So i love horror but i don't actually like to see people get killed like i don't like the set something that i like. I could watch a horror movie where no one gets killed. I'm fine with that. Like that's not what i like. It's you know it's kind of the cost of mission for most score movies. But i'm fine without seeing a whole bunch of like gory bloody deaths. Terrible things to happen to a waterbed in this movie. Though it should be noted that was one of my mouth. Why would you make waterbeds scary. I love waterbed was just another really familiar. Eight hundred trope right. That is true. I was gonna say that was very nightmare on elm street. I like the water beds. I'm like what what they do. That innocent waterbed well. 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The Motion Picture

Invention

54:39 min | 2 years ago

The Motion Picture

"Hey, everybody, you may not care about AI. But AI cares about you. Maybe it's how you match with your new romantic partner. Maybe it's the route. You choose to get to work this morning or the predictive used to respond in your last Email. These are all the everyday behaviors that are subtly modified by without even noticing sleep. Walkers is the new podcast that asked what does it all mean for us a new podcast that airs every Thursday? That's right unsleeping workers. They ask questions like how can AI stop someone from joining ISIS? What happens to doctors if AI can diagnose illnesses better than they can what does a song written by sound like, and if a I can predict what we're going to do next does democracy still work so tune into sleep walkers. A brand new podcast that airs every Thursday. Listen subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to invention a production of I heart radio. Hey, welcome to invention. My name is Robert lamp, and I'm Joe McCormack. And today we're gonna be embarking on a sort of second part of our saga photographic history. We just did several parts talking about the camera obscure, and then the invention of photography, and now we're moving on to the motion picture, and I wanted to start with a question that might be a super question. But it's something that I often think about when I go to the movies, and it's that when you go to the movies, you sit down to see a motion picture, the basic media that your viewing is a succession of still images, they're perceived by the brain is continuous visual motion and audio that accompanies it and so that in itself is pretty neutral. Right. Like that that it could show you any number of sites and sounds, but what we came to view for some reason as the motion picture. The thing you go see in theater most of the time these days. Is something like a visual novel or a visual short story. It's like a story shaped thing. And then you watch it for an hour and a half or two hours, and then it's over, and obviously there are lots of exceptions to this. And if you want to expand to video, I mean, God, I mean, there's a whole pool of different kinds of content out there. But the things we think of as movies are these stories, and I wonder why that is well, I mean, there's a lot of said about just the the importance of storytelling in human culture, something we've talked about on stuff to blow your mind recently. I think that's that's a major factor. Like, what do we what do we do with our art, and our technology while we do human things, we we tell stories for starters. But it's interesting when you go back to the earliest days of the motion picture, I feel like you get a sense back then that it wasn't always necessarily gonna be this way. No. Because he has some of the the examples we're going to discuss in this episode. You see the the more the the scientific direction. Of motion picture the way motion picture can be used to to unravel. What is actually going on in the world to to slow it down into to better understand it? Yeah. To either present kind of a non story based visual spectacle to just kind of show, you a succession of things happening or to study yet to study the world and get a closer look at it. Maybe to see it in a kind of slow motion that you wouldn't have seen before. So you're you're wondering if there's perhaps like an alternate reality where say documentary is the primary like when you so and says, hey, you wanna come over to our house and watch movie, you just assume documentary, and then if it's a fiction film, you're like, oh, it's not a documentary. How surprising or things that might be called like art films? Now, I mean, there are a million different ways. You could show somebody a succession of still images simulating motion and accompanying sound, and it would not like, you know, there's an infinite variety of things you could do there that wouldn't be. Story that some somewhat simulates the structure of novel. Yeah. Or I mean, of course, are plenty of examples of things like say live sporting events. Also, presented a via the medium of the century the moving picture. Yeah. Well, maybe then this just has more to do with with our categories like the things that we end up calling movies because as as we mentioned a minute ago there, there's a there's an whole internet full of video content that you wouldn't call movies. But it it's something right? Yeah. But you know, this this does get to the heart of what we're talking about here. And what we've been talking about with the evolution of photographic technology. How it how we see the technology. Grow advance then spread out, and and become, you know, not the merely the technology of elite individuals, but the technology of the masses, and then how bad in inevitably changes everything is. Well, exactly now one of the things that we. Have been talking about in our history of photography here is how the invention of photography was sort of part of a quest for ever increasing realism in imagery. Right that that was something that Louis Daguerre was concerned with he wanted to create more and more realistic paintings. I working on his panoramas and the diorama like taking the art of painting to to new heights of realism in simulating real scenes. And of course, the next step beyond that is directly just transferring the light reflected off of things onto a permanent record. But of course, as we were talking about fixed images or also sort of a simulation. Because reality is never a fixed image, right? We we see a fixed image, and it kind of implies motion, right? Yeah. There's this wonderful blurring the kind of takes place in our nation. Yeah. Just I mean, just think about the ways that people had to be put in the iron maiden in order to have their portrait taken in the earliest daguerreotypes because the you know, you had a exposure of several minutes, and you couldn't move. Your face. So how natural is that a representation of a person? So the real way to get it reality even more to get even closer to the experience of just looking at the world would be to record continuous imagery. Yeah. This there's a particular type of video portrait, I think probably in the number of people will probably seen it utilized in the film Baraka that came out many years ago. I haven't seen it. Oh, we should. It's a fabulous. Beautiful cinematography, just you know, scenes of life and tradition and ritual around the world, but if these wonderful scenes where it's just an individual staring into the camera. And and you're just kind of blocking is with them, and it feels those very intimate. It's, you know, essentially, a emotion portrait that is interesting. I wonder why that didn't catch on once we had photo and video technology as the new. A form of portrait you had painted portraiture than you had photo. Portraiture why not video portraiture so up on the wall, there's grandpa they're just on a continuous loop of about ten minutes of looking into the camera. But that's what they have in the Harry Potter world true here, right? Do not seem to really be any stationary photographs all photographs or these motion portrait's so their head. Yeah. They they are ahead. We don't lack the technology is just that doesn't seem to be what people want when they're in their portraiture. All right. So you we've been discussing some of the predecessors to the motion picture are are very much. The the photographic technologies we've discussed before, but but but some things are not cool really directly related to that technology. And then we also really need to discuss some key phenomena that play into the experience of motion picture viewing write these would be neurological and brain brain phenomenon psychological phenomenon. Also and one of these phenomena has historically been referred to though, it's a problematic concept, we can discuss a little bit as persistence of vision and other relevant phenomena that I think will have to mention are known as beta motion and the five nomin, which we will collectively call apparent movement or apparent motion. Right. So as we proceed we'll kind of play catch up on all of that. Yeah. But let's let's start with this idea of persistence of vision. Okay. So how do we think about motion pictures, whom when when it's really? Good. We often don't think about it at all. Do we? Well. Yeah. I mean, that's what they say is the the best director of a film is the one who creates a film where you don't notice the direction like you're not picking out technical elements. I mean, unless you really looking for them, but it's the person who creates the film that is pure experience. You just get lost in the action. The emotion the wonder, but even if we're say a little bit bored or checked out during a movie or TV show. We may think of these things is as well. This thing of it is a massive production or work of our when I kind of take it apart in these different directions. Right. Like wonder how they shot this. Oh, this is this is a pretty long take I'm born. But I'm admiring, the the all the work that went into making it, but we're probably not thinking of the film that were viewing as visual stimuli that exploits a loophole in the way that we process images. Right. But that's exactly what it is. It's taking advantages of sort of particular facts about the way our eyes and our brains work to make us have the illusion that we're looking. Continuous images. When actually were when we're looking at a succession of still images that do not move at all as right? So persistence of vision is is the retention of a visual image for a short period of time after the removal of the stimulus that produced the human brain can only process ten to twelve images per second. Retaining an image for a for up to a fifteenth of a second. If a new image comes along within a fifteenth of a second it creates an illusion of continuity. Yeah. Now in the nineteenth century, persistence. Vision was originally sort of believed to occur because images lingered on the retina for a short period of time after you see them. But I think that's not exactly a believed to be the true cause of the experience of persistence of vision. Now, it is true that fast successions of still images are processed in the brain as continuous motion or a as as a single experience and not as a a succession of images, but not because the retina functions like a camera taking. Snapshots that can be measured in frames per second where they stack up if they come fast enough. I think the idea there was that you'd sort of blend one frame into another the persists says new frames are synced, but our modern understanding of vision as as perception is less like a camera taking snapshots in more kind of like an integrated sensation than involves the brain as much as the is. So even though the original understanding of persistence of vision might not be exactly technically, correct? I think it's still useful as a metaphor for one way that the the still image seems to flow smoothly from one moment to the next. If these still images are projected fast enough, and it's ultimately simulates continuous motion. Yeah. And so most pictures were traditionally sixteen frames per second for silent films and then twenty four frames per second for sound films. And that seems to be kind of a low threshold right of what we what is good enough for us to perceive as continuous motion. Yeah. Anything anything less than that? And you're gonna. It into sort of a herky-jerky stop motion kind of feel right Twas. Then that the herky-jerky man singing songs of love. Yeah. The effect was originally defined in nineteen twelve by psychologists MAC, max avert timer. And it's a he looked at it as a type of optical illusion of perceiving a series of still images when viewed in rapid succession as a continuous motion. Yeah. And this is one form of apparent movement. Unfortunately, it seems to me that these two concepts are apparently constantly confused and writings on photo history. I came across this because I was getting confused reading about them when preparing for the episode so in in writings on vision perception and film scholarship. The definitions of beta movement and fi seem kind of blurred together as documented in a two thousand paper published in the journal vision research, so it took me forever to figure out what was going on here. And I was glad to find out. It wasn't just me. Now, here's the the short simple version both of these two phenomena. The fi affect and beta movement, they enable us to see various kinds of illusory motion in successive still images, but they referred to different speeds of projection and types of visual sensation into the best of my understanding, it appears to me what's taking place in our perception of films is more related to what's known as beta movement. But either way it's the brain's tendency to interpret certain types of changes in successive static images, displayed at the right speed as smooth continuous motion. So for example, if you see successive still images in which three dots are changing position on a black background in between the images if you project him fast enough. We don't see images one at a time. But we see a snake moving around. Right. Basically, you know, what happens when you make a little flip book out of the corners of of a document. Yeah. So on its own apparent movement. Isn't extremely interesting phenomenon. Given what it illustrates about the brain? It might be more mistakes. And more interesting than we give it credit for especially now that we're used to the idea of movies, but we've discussed to bid on stuff to believe your mind before in the context of forming a perception of the present moment in our sense of now, like a apparent movement cited under the name of the fire fact can be demonstrated for example by rapidly flashing dots on different parts of screen, and if the flashes are timed in position to correctly, we don't just perceive dot flashing here in dot flashing there. But we perceive a single dot that moves between the locations of the flashes. And this is one of the many many ways I realize that our vision is not a straightforward objective record of reality. But it's a world of sensation stitch together in the brain based on objective, light data, but definitely not a one to one representation of it. And just as a side note because it's too strange and interesting not to mention one really spooky effect. Here is the so-called color fi. Effect. So what happens if you take this principle of two flashing dots perceived as a single dot in motion. And then you change the colors of the dots between flashes, if your brain perceived continuous motion when there was none. How does it handle the color change between the independents of this path? You imagine you see the dot taking right flashes here then flashes there, but changes color in between. What what what does the brain do their? We'll studies show that people tend to perceive a change in the color of the dot about halfway along the path that it takes. So you flash a red dot then you flash green dot and people see dot zip from one place to the other and change color from red degreen about halfway there. But the really interesting question is how can you have seen the dot change color halfway there, if it wasn't actually travelling, and you didn't know what color the second dot would be until you saw it. Oh, well, yeah. That that's that. Really? To rethink how we're perceiving. Now how we're perceiving time. Exactly. It's so strange because it's like for a split second, your brain was able to predict the future. But of course, we know that's not what happened. In fact, what the seems to indicate. Instead is that not only is our vision. A stitch together impression in our minds. That's not a one for one representation of reality. Our perception of time from moment to moment is a stitch together simulation as well such that like are very perception can essentially be post to dictated. What you think you see in one split second can be changed by what you see a split second later. It's not until after you see the green dot that your brain forms your perception of the dot you saw halfway along its imaginary journey. So this means you're not just seeing with your eyes. You're seeing with your memory and with other cognitive functions of your brains. It's it's vision is not reality. Of course. It's an illusion mostly informed by reality. But it sort of formed in a in in. An antechamber of consciousness. That's not quite there in your sensation. Where things are quickly edited together for you to perceive. And of course, all this is crucial in the way that movies work movies are not merely audio visual objects. They require quirks of the human brain to make sense into feel like representations of reality. All right. We're gonna take a quick break. But when we come back, we're gonna continue to discuss how the motion picture works in our brain. And then also some of the the earlier models of this technology. All genius presents the easy guide to comparisons. You should compare life insurance and save up to forty percent. You should not compare your friends engagement rings. You should compare home and auto insurance, even if you already have. It bundling conceive you big, but you should not compare babies. That's all the comparing talk. We have time for today to compare insurance policy genius dot com slash iheart. That's policy genius dot com slash iheart policy. Genius the easy way to compare and buy insurance are so I've got a kind of weird proposition about film technology, and it is that film technology. We should think of the earliest versions of it that originally evolved as a specifically human biotechnology sort of like a medicine made specifically for the human body rather than as a pure physical technology because it has to do specifically with the human brain the human eye. That's right. This is something that I think is really mind blowing to to think about because given the numbers we mentioned previously. You know, the human brain can only process ten to twelve images per second. And you know, and then the way the image, oh will persist for the fifteenth of a second you might be thinking. Well, what about animals what about the various pets that we sometimes have hanging out in our living rooms while the TV is on you might wonder well can some animals not see television or films, or at least not see the same way? We do. Right. And then how do they see it? What would that be like decide to have different is different visual processing was wondering about this. And I found an excellent little article in science Nordic, and in this particular article do dogs. See what's happening on TV? They talked to auto rope stod on associate door leaves then associate professor at the Norwegian school of veterinary science, and he he pointed out that it would this would probably be like a Strobe light torture. Show for for any for for various animals to try and watch or before to watch television or a movie at least on an older television set. So they're they're being visited by the herky-jerky, man, basically. So the article points out that while humans require in this article said sixteen to twenty images the second to perceive the allusion of films dogs require seventy images per second. So it's really only been in the past decade or so the TV has become watchable to the canine audience. So at least for the vast majority of canines out there. Yeah. My job has never shown any interest in TV at all, even you know, are are more recent TV, and I, but I think that may just be because he's a snob because I was looking this up, and there is research indicating the dogs can recognize images such as the images of other dogs on modern digital TV screens. It just seems like some dogs. Don't really care. I also wonder about just like the senses that are important. Who given because obviously can't smell. Yeah. The dog since of smell is is phenomenal get they live in a different sensory room that it's really difficult for us to try to even imagine where it's it's really like like odor. I and if you remove odor from the equation, they're just not going to be taken in by the illusion. But we're we put all of our emphasis on visuals. And then on audio second. We don't for the most part. We don't really care what films would smell like. Right outside of a few smell-a-vision gimmicks here, and there of for the most part, we're we're fine. Not smelling the film, or are you going to do an episode on smell-a-vision one of the most important inventions of the twentieth century. I think it would be cool to do an episode where we talk about all the sort of failed inventions and innovations of of of the movie theater industry, you know, getting into the Tingler and whatnot the ten glass. Yes, fun film. The tingler. But okay, so dogs seventy images per second article points out of the birds need one hundred frames per second to see. And while the article didn't mention cats I have read elsewhere that they need one hundred frames per second as well. And and I have noticed that that our cat. She will a lot of times, it's not look at the television. But occasionally we'll put on these these HD birdwatching videos on YouTube, and she definitely perks up and gets into those really part of that is listening. Of course, bats have amazing hearing says, so they are she's definitely listening to all these birds sounds, but then she's also tracking the movements as well. But conceivably though, this would not have been the case if you were playing bird videos in prior decades. Well, I think one thing we should keep in mind is that our while we can be fooled in this allusion of successive still images being interpreted as motion in our vision. That all our since our different senses are not all synchronized in how they perceive things, and they don't they don't get fooled in exactly the same way. As for example. I was reading somewhere that in the early days of film technology, when you would have like a hand crank film playback people could deal with slight variations in speed at which the visual frames were coming, but they could not deal with variations in which the accompanying sound was coming. Yeah. I think back on on the the the the varying levels of of video quality I've been willing to deal with such as watching like half scrambled episodes of tales from the crypt. You know in in my. My childhood. Yeah. But, but when it comes to audio there is audio present like you needed to have a certain degree of fidelity now all of this. We we've discussed then. You can probably guess there are ways to get to these affect student to exploit the these phenomena in the human visual processing system without using motion picture technology right vote photographic motion picture to allergy because I guess you could have different definitions of what motion pictures are. But like, you could there were things that were sort of like a movie before there was ever a photography based movie. Right. So the first thing we want to talk about here is just sequential images and sequential art, and we could easily do an entire episode on sequential art. I for instance, I highly recommend understanding comics by Scott McLeod, if you're at all interested in comics, and you haven't picked this up. You definitely should it's an inciteful comics based breakdown of all of this. So it itself is in comic book form, and it discusses like how comics work how they're composed and its origins and sequential art, can I meant a weird personal thing about my experience with comics and. Don't know why do this often when I read a graphic novel or Arita comic book, I find that. I have to go back several pages and look at the pictures because I get into a rhythm of just reading the text in each frame. And only barely noticing. What the imagery is. Yeah. And I find I have missed important plot elements because they were subtle of visual things in the images of and I it's like, I don't pay enough attention to that. If I don't make myself. I don't do it. Now. That's interesting. I I've never experienced quite the same thing. But I do find myself, especially if I'm reading a book, that's particularly gorgeous. I have to remind myself to go back and look at the images just to to take them in fully. Yeah. Because I'm I'm just kind of speeding speeding through them. And I'm not really focusing on all the work that went into each frame, which if you're dealing with, you know, with some of the more gorgeous graphic novels out there. I feel like I'm doing a disservice to the book, and and and all. Not getting my money's worth out of it. Right. Yeah. No. I feel that sometimes too. And I don't know why I have that tendency. I mean, it would seem almost obvious and automatic that you should pay attention to the images, sometimes the brain just doesn't work that way. Maybe this book you mentioned would help. Yeah. I like, I say, I think it's a wonderful breakdown of comics. And it's a it makes you appreciate them all the more. But it does get a little bit into the history of sequential images. Gwen you'll art we should probably just summarize a bit and point out that the modern comic book like what you're probably thinking of the comic book, and our idea of comics itself, largely this came out of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. So some of the earlier forms actually predate the motion picture such as the French comics of the eighteen thirties. Now when you're going further back than that. When you're when you're asking yourself. Well, what are the oldest examples of sequential art? I think about the fart scrolls, the farts girl, so yes, the Japanese farts and evil Japanese girls, I guess, they're not necessarily always sequential. But, but no that is one of the one of the areas, you can end up going is not not so much the fart scrolls themselves, but but the use of scrolls in eastern traditions illustrated scrolls. Yeah. Scroll paintings in India, scroll paintings in in East Asia and Chinese traditions there. There are also some traditions in which the scroll is presented almost like a, you know, a scrolling picture where it is. It's there's there's a performance art to it as well. It's not just hey, look at these scrolls. It's like gather round we will present to you the scroll. And you know, in the in says, these are know epic paintings we review you you just scan your eyes across the you take it all in. So this doesn't in any kind of optical illusion since simulate motion, but it does allow you to cognitively put the motion together in your head. Right. Yeah. There's but then again that get kind of difficult to right because we are creatures of the motion picture era making sense of sequential art in pu- and potential examples of sequential art from the pass. So there are a lot of these examples where it depends on who's who's arguing which side, for instance, looking at some of the, you know, the the the ancient cave illustrations, some make the argument the, well, we're looking at some form of sequential art, others say absolutely not the by tapestry is another example where some make the argument. Yeah. What you're looking at here is quenched art grizzly that evil sequential art. Uh-huh. But again in all of this. There is no actual illusion of movement. You always thinking that on one hand, it makes sense to to just naturally sort something like an illustrated scroll or a comic book into a different category than than like a modern motion picture with a high frame rate, right because one at least it seems to me we just automatically perceive as continuous motion through this optical illusion like the beta movement type things, and and that's just automatic and immediate. And whereas this other type of thing like a scroll or a comic book with successive images requires cognitive effort in the imagination to piece together into a visual narrative that seems continuous. I do -ssume that that's probably a difference. That's the hard wired into the brain. But I wonder I mean, I wonder what sort of role conditioning, and and sort of a culture of imagination plays there that if you don't have things like movie is if something like a comic book or a scroll with successive image. Could through sort of culture of imagination practice feel more. Like a movie does to us with like kind of automatic conjuring of continuous visual sensation does that make any sense? Yeah. Again, this is one of those areas where it it. You can you can really work kind of think yourself into into a circle when you start trying to decipher how you were actually absorbing any particular form of media, you know, because you're getting into the you're reading and action scene in a book. And you're picturing it in your head. And then you're then you're watching an action scene. You're reading an action scene on a comic book page. There's something similar going on. But with more visual data to inform. What's happening in your mind? I read a book couple years ago called what we see when we read the author's name was Peter Mendelssohn d- or something like that. But I thought it was a really interesting book. Basically it was. Just a sort of artistically put together extension of this question of what do you actually picture in your head? As you read a piece of fiction, how does the imagination work because we have this idea that like, okay? When I read a book, I see the character. But it keeps asking all these probing questions about what exactly is it. The you think you see how do you see it? And it really makes you start to question the the experience of your own imagination. It's almost like the imagination can start to feel like a second order illusion within your mind. Yeah. And and I feel in my own experience. It's it's changed a lot over time. Like, I started reading like full blown novels as kid. I I went to great lengths to sort of cast it in my head and decided like what actors were playing what characters in the know would like focus on a consistent casting throughout my reading of the book. But for the most part I got away from that. As I got older now, I'll only rarely do that or or if there's some sort of film adaptation of a book or something perhaps that'll kind of infect my my thinking. I also remember there was a time. When if I watched anything animated, and then went and read a book, I would end up seeing an animated, and and it would always kind of discourage me from reading. I'm like I'm gonna I'll read this tomorrow win the cartoons are out of my head. Yeah. But I don't really experience that anymore. I wonder if does does the animation or the live action take precedence when you've seen both like do. So you've seen live action and animation of the hobbit and Lord of the rings to this one have precedence in your mind. It's Lear because this is a great example because there was a time like the first time I read the Lord of the rings. I went to great pains to not think about the animation, right? And then in rereading, the hobbit to my son. I kind of forced myself to to an I think by distance having not seen them in a while. I was able to avoid like summoning just the images from the Peter Jackson films, and hopefully kind of have something in between something that would just kind of emerged more from for. My mind as opposed from these visual adept -tations, I guess there are some elements that are easier to dash than others because I feel like I could read Lord of the rings without picturing most of the stuff from movies, except like Christopher Lee would be stuck there. I couldn't couldn't have any sorrow Mon but him here's another example, the name of the rose, okay? By Umberto eco, the first time, I read it like in high school. I think I was a big fan of the film adaptation, which I'd seen previously. So of course, I pictured a brother William as being Sean Connery. But that's not really how he's described in exactly keys. They say he's extremely tall and thin with red hair. I believe. Yeah. So when I reread it and this was several years ago. But during that, I actually had to I went to great pains to focus myself, then not picture, Sean Connery, but instead to picture something more along the lines of say, Jeremy Brett or Jeremy Irons, you know, someone who has actually played Sherlock Holmes or has something more in line. With the the the field of a homes character. Okay. I feel like we've gotten really far I think it's my fault. We should get back to simulations of the of movement simulations, creating this illusion of continuous motion. I guess after just mere sequential art when there started to be devices that could rapidly show us images that would that would more automatically simulate motion, and one of the crazy things about these these these these technologies we're going to discuss here is that they they all emerged from the same time period. They're all products of the photographic era. And in in products of the the the birth of the motion picture. Well. Yeah. I mean, this is the time when people were thinking about the science of imagery in vision, not just in the invention of the photograph. Now, remember it was in the eighteen thirties that Louis Daguerre and Henry FOX Talbot were inventing their their photography methods. Like, the daguerreotype in the what would eventually become Talbot's Cala type method. There was in eighteen thirty nine that they both announce them. So. So in eighteen thirty two that is when we see little invention was known as the finnick kissed scope. Yeah. Until you need me have seen one of these in a museum or perhaps you own one yourself as a toy or collectible. But it's a spinning cardboard disc attached vertically to a handle an imposition rarely around the center the center, you have secrets of images that when rotated and viewed through slits on an opposing disc this creates the allusion of movement like a very simple animation. Generally, it's something like an individual jumping rope or an animal running that sort of thing person walking another example of this pretty much the same device is ZOA trope from eighteen thirty four cylindrical variation of the previous invention with viewing slits on the side. So it looks like a drum, and you rotate it and you stare through. And again, you watch very simple animation unfold and these two you'll find them at a lot of like hands on science museums. Are you know around the world? Yeah. And to be clear again in the ZOA trope, it's still images. But because you view them spinning rapidly because you view them in these slices through the slits it simulates the continuous motion. But it doesn't perfectly simulate it. It's a little bit jerky. And one thing that's cool about that. Is that it creates a kind of creepy effect? I was going to mention that there are several scenes with ZOA trope in the horror movie the conjuring to oh where zoning Patrick Wilson while he's in all the conjuring. I think at least the first dude of the second one's the one where he sings Elvis song for some somebody thought that was a good idea. But there's a scene where Patrick Wilson stairs into one of the ZOA tropes. He's looking through the slit says the thing is spinning and he he watches this strange man in a bowler hat and an umbrella walking around until suddenly like there's jump scare boogeyman with bad teeth. Does jump scare on Patrick Wilson. But it it's actually a very effective. Sort of set-piece object for a horror film because there is a way in which it's obvious and not quite there. Simulation of smooth motion is unsettling. I I can't think if I've seen it used in another horror movie, maybe it has been, but certainly other films have used the idea if not of ZOA trope at least of a flickering presence or gate like I think of the ghost in the ring. Basically, I think any presence that is almost but not quite smooth, and continuous the way modern films are tends to be perceived at least these days is creepy or horrifying, and this could have to do with a version of the uncanny valley effect, which we've discussed on a couple of episodes of stuff to Bill your mind. But I I it's clear that a lot of people perceive that type of motion or presence in a flickering way as creepy today. Why? No with Samara in the ring. I I remember correctly. They filmed the actor walking backwards reversed the footage. Yeah. So she's walking toward. The camera but the motion like we can tell something weird about the motion the way that her limbs are moving. Yeah. But there is also like a like like a flicker like there's a glitch in VHS or something. And so that that's a y. So there's the weird gate, and there's the flickering like you would see in ZOA trope. I don't know if it would have been perceived as creepy in the same way back when these things were popular children's toys. Maybe maybe not I don't know now another ks, and this is really fun case to consider is the flip book. Okay. And you know, it's easy especially with hindsight. To assume that the AFL the flip book was surely invented, you know, well before these previous advancements. But there's no evidence that it was really. I mean, I made them when I was a kid you have to imagine that people came up with this idea hundreds of years ago. Yeah. I mean, you could you I guess like well, right? Well, you need you need paper. So you need the printed word, and then you would just need somebody board enough to start drawing. Like a cartoon horse in the corner and flip through them to create the illusion of movement. You know, the kind of thing that we all did as children in various notebooks, and what have you? But. Yeah, when when you start looking at the history, it looks like again, this is one of the things that yes, it clearly could have been invented at any point. In in as long as we had paper. And I know it was readily available, you know, he had some sort of flippable book at your disposal. But it seems like eighteen sixty eight is about as far back as we can go flip book that is when a British printer. John Barnes, a patented the flip book, and and that's the oldest known documentation of the flip book. And I think a few things are eliminated here again as we've discussed in previous episodes of the dangers of hindsight and considering the history of inventions, right? Also, just the true impact of motion picture technology. And the way it's changed the way we think about images, and then, of course, the fact that for most of of of history, a paper wasn't something so readily wasted or even in even bound flippable books. I imagine we're to revered for you know, for someone to make a bunch of scribbles in the corner, right though. I'm kind of surprised among never made one in the middle ages like doing an illuminated manuscript. Well, it's entirely possible. That it did it did. And it didn't survive. It's possible. There's just no evidence. I think there have been some cases for certainly sequential art in eliminated manuscripts. But not not a flip book. Nothing that creates the actual illusion of movement. That's really interesting. Yeah. Tyneside bias. Exactly. All right. I think we need to take another break. But then we will be back to discuss a little more about the technology that directly preceded the motion picture. Do you sell stuff online? Then you knew what a pain shipping can be. 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All right. We're back. So when you think about a motion picture camera in order to do what it does it has to take a lot of photos in very quick succession that can be played back in very quick succession right in order to get the level of frame rate that actually looks like motion to our is. So how how do we get there? Like, what was there between the daguerreotype or the callup, you know, these single exposure camera shots and the actual movie camera. Yeah, I can't help but use the metaphor of of guns and weapons of war when thinking about him because certainly a daguerreotype would be kind of like an old timey cannon. Right. Who's a pain to load it to aim it to fire it, and then you'd have to go through the whole rigmarole of loading, and again, so you know, you're you're dealing with with lengthy exposure times and some of the earliest cameras, right? But but it is the but for a motion picture camera to function as a motion picture camera. You essentially have to have a machine gun. Yeah. Just just taking picture picture after picture after picture. And so one thing that immediately accursed me is that you've got some how deal with the change in the media on which it's recorded because the earliest photos were taken on on media that had to be sort of specially prepared and loaded up one at a time. How how how could you load a camera for rapid exposures of many images? Yeah. When we're talking rapid exposure. We're talking expected exposure times of a fraction of a second along way from those hour long exposures that we were talking about previous episodes for photography and by eighteen seventy the exposure time was down to one one hundredth of a second. And ultimately won thousands of thousands of a second, which is fast enough for motion pictures of great. But how do you get all the like you obviously you're not going to be using like metal plates for that right yet? Well, so here's the here's the thing was the earlier approaches to this problem simply involved using multiple cameras. I think again about the cannon where you can't possibly create a single old time in canon. That's gonna fire six cannonballs in the space of a few seconds. It's impossible. Get your six. Can you get six cannons? You line them up? You have them, you know, of in the ship, right? And then you just fire them all off in succession. That's exactly the approach that was taken early on by photographers such as Edward my bridge. Oh, yeah. Famous for the his running horse images from eighteen seventy seven. He used a battery of twelve cameras to pull this off. And I guess we'll explain more about that in a minute. Yes. Now before we came in here. Robert, you were you were telling me some strange details about the life of Edward my bridge that I have never heard before. Yeah. I was reading a little bit about him in the history of photography by Beaumont Newhall. And my bridge is a fascinating character. You know, why he spells his name the way he does. Yes. So he wanted he wanted his name to sound more archaic because he was born Edward James Muggeridge. Wjr. And he wanted a fancier show name, essentially. So it's Edward in his name is spelled like e weird. Yes. And then and then my bridges spelled M U B R I D G E. Okay. So earlier in his life. He was in. He was born in eighteen thirty he would die in one thousand nine hundred four but earlier in his life. He was a bookseller. But then he sustained severe cranial injuries in a runaway stage coach crash in eighteen sixty which is a brutal accident actually killed one of the passengers and injured just about everybody else too. But anyway, severe cranial injuries required a good year of treatment. And he was forever changed by possibly possibly the reason for some of his emotional in Iraq behavior later in life. But during his recovery, he took up photography. Okay. Now in this is where he would he would really make his name. Yeah. But as a there was just a note about a murder trial that took place. In the history of autocracy. So I had to look into it a little bit more in. This is the story basically in eighteen seventy two he married flora shell cross stone. But then he caught wind of a former lover that lived in the area, a major Harry Larkins and get an in his head that that that Larkin's was the father of stone son of Florida. So my bridge went to Larkin's house confronted him at the front door and shot him dead on his door stone. No. Yeah. He or he shot him. And then he died later that day it anyway fatally shot him on his doorstep. And so my bridge was accused of the murder and the defense ended up leaning on his previous brain injuries, saying, look, you know, he was in this horrible accident. And it it changed the way his brain works. And and they brought in an expert testimony the run in people to speak to say, yeah, he was a totally different person before this took place. And they were going for an insanity plea, which I've read that that my bridge apparently undercut this himself when when he was questioned, but any rate the judge ended up throwing out the insanity plea, and then quitted my bridge on grounds of justifiable homicide. That was a different time. Yeah. It was because there was no questioning based on what I was reading that. He he killed this guy. He murdered this guy on on his doorstep. But but yeah, he was he was acquitted and it was considered justifiable homicide. It was an important case apparently because it serves as an historic historic forensic neurology case in your friends neurology neurology defense it would also by the way, go on to become an opera. A Philip glass. Would compose an opera based on these events titled the photographer, but it's still. Yeah. Really tragic episode of flora petition for divorce had to do it twice. And was finally granted she died in eighteen seventy five and then my bridge had the sun placed in an orphanage in Florida ended up working as entire life as a ranch hand in gardener. And he himself died in nineteen forty four in a pedestrian traffic accident, but but my bridge had establ-. I himself by this point as a fatigue is a photographic pioneer. Former governor of California Leland Stanford had commissioned him to photograph is Ray sources work. There was interrupted by the trial, but the resulting images were widely published for their detailed depictions of horse locomotion. And this was the idea of using multiple cameras set up in succession to to capture images very rapidly back to back yet run the horse pass this battery of cameras fire the cameras off, and then we can look and see our the horse's legs actually all coming off the ground as it runs across the field. Apparently, this is a controversy in the eighteen seventies. Like people are are actually highly concerned to know, whether the horses ever completely airborne or always has at least one who fought on the ground. Right. Yeah. And so these images were since we're a sensation they were widely published for their detailed depiction of horse locomotion and in eighteen eighty my bridge, invented what he called. Called a zoo gyroscope or a zoo practice scope to project his pictures on the screen. So you know in all of this from capturing locomotion to projecting images. He was highly owned full essential like he influenced a number of individuals who would go on to continue to to tinker with and in innovate motion picture technology. I'd heard about his his accomplishments in photography before. I never heard about like the murderer any of this. Yeah. Yeah. It's like a it's a brutal and sad story. Because it's it's one of those where you're you're dealing again with with the brain injury as well. So it's not just the situation. And we've talked about this stuff to blow your mind when you really start breaking down like neurological realities a lot of our judgments about people's behavior or not so cut and dry. Yeah. But this one I feel feels especially problematic first of all because of the the the the the brain injuries is a stained, and then Secondly because it's just like he clearly murder. Somebody in cold blood, and and was acquitted. Yeah. So it's yeah. I'd say it's a tragic tragic episode. But like I say he influenced a number of individuals including in the eighteen seventies. French physiologist at near us or Marla Maure who lived eighteen thirty through nineteen zero four. Yes, the same the same years that my bridge lived and they both died in may of nineteen o four one week apart. Okay. There's just pure dumb luck. But it's one of those things that's a jesting my bridge. Did it? No. But it's one of those things when I was putting together my notes, I was like, oh, did I just write down the wrong dates for this individual's life because you're exactly the dates of the previous individual now. They just happen to have been born and to have died in the exact same years. But anyway. Morais he invented what he would call the krono photographic gun to capture the movements of birds in flight. So he he said out he's one of these individuals who like he was really going after the science. I like he was he really wanted to to break down. Halliburton is flying to capture. The visual details that are that are happening. Too fast for the human eye to observe and so he was developing the photographic technology to make it happen inspired by my bridges work with horses. And this is a wonderful contraption to look up because it really did look like a gun, it imprinted twelve photos, a second on a rotating glass plate, and it had it had like a, but you know, the shoulder it had a trigger. Like, it was it was it was built on the the stock of a rifle. So there are these wonderful old illustrations of of a gentleman presumably. Marais himself. You know, going down on one knee and holding up. The this fabulous photographic gun in aiming it at birds in flight, and in with this device again, he's doing what my bridge did. But he's doing it with a single instrument. Yes. With one camera. So this is a step closer actually to the idea of a movie camera right, again only twelve images here. So all he could do and all he was setting out to do, of course was to capture the movements of bird, and and in the images that this. This camera gun produced are are pretty impressive. Like, they are taking locomotion of that is happening at a scale that human I can't really perceive in the human mind can't fully process, and it's breaking it down. So that we can analyze it. And this this continued to inspire the both of these cases continue to inspire other individuals to do the same thing with human locomotion with the locomotion of various animals in really taking on the scientists. Task of using this new technology to better understand what is transpiring in reality. Well, as we were talking about at the very beginning. In makes me imagine an alternate history in which movies come about. But they're only considered like a tool of documenting reality in order to study it, and they never get repurpose into like any form of storytelling. Yeah. Or you could imagine an alternate world where where it's prohibited. Where we're cinematic technology photographic technology is only for for science and truth. Now her for for for narrative, never for transformers. 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After The Show 603: Annabelle Comes Home Podcast

After The Show Movie Podcast

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After The Show 603: Annabelle Comes Home Podcast

"You're listening to the after the show movie podcast from Ascoli Dot Com confined this podcast on the edges music stores the so the movie we're looking at this week is honor Bell Annabel comes home a butchered that one I'm going to have to look what else could it be mobile me sterile well do they hint quoting television show of quotes in the television show of another character who actually never hemorrhoids nice no it's mobile army surgical hospital right now it's rated R. and I have no idea why I said to you yet. PG Thirteen would be fine for this movie but Hey said it Chocula do jocularity okay I'll tell you what it is is mash the problem okay. He is being imitated by the characters discussion before the after the show discussion because we weren't really talking about anything civic this is the now discussion but if you watch mash leads I have on my almost perfect anyway let's move onto the show is Saturday October the twelfth is after the show six hundred three anyone out there married to anyone out there you know what I'm saying so I was talking about all kinds of things about you but you will listen that's fine L. we're talking about before the show tunnel you were talking and then I would profit because I know friends as they desperately battled to bring Annabel's reign of terror to the end to an end to the right different episodes and that's what they always say I watch you a Trivia question how this is all unprepared why what smashed life you will know the bugging out was the theme in several of the episodes I think at least once a season alright so what it's a combination of ideas they put together in used Annabel in the House of the Warren's who are characters in the conjuring universe Oh explain explain whoever knows what I'm doing they'll know what I'm doing see I didn't know I just thought you crazy movie review podcast listen to we don't listen to we visually watch a movie and listen to it as well how many other ways are there to watch the same thing it's from the three words yeah from the conjuring universe and it's twenty nine teen movie on on Bloor got behind sacred glass but when the dollar escapes and Awakens the rooms evil spirits she conjures up unholy nights of horror for the Warren's daughter Chemo havoc on innocent victims Demon allergists AD and Lorraine Warren walk the possessed all in that home special Azi fight room placing and that's it all right and his the official actually no story to whatsoever to me anyway so the official one is determined to keep on a bell from re you are the winner of must mind too because they have to possibly bug out that's what they call it they had to move if you were mash fan this is not the brief for the show I feel like this movie is like a haunted House that you go to on Halloween okay because not much happens plot wise in fact it's I've liked I like the actual main line conjuring movies better than the spin off the Isabel but I still had some much in the NFL movies as well Laurent that we watched last which was also part of the country universe and we both really didn't like it that's all I like this one a lot more than that one aw Mobile Army Surgical Hospital Nice I didn't know so I just want to note I think that's what it is sounds right naturally at least feels like his part of it because Annabel is focused on on the Warren's around they're not around there in their seriously mhm but I think this is the third about movie I feel like the ideas of what makes you scared about of kind of been all been used and they try some Aram that's not even like that's like the maybe with the hope of the movie was first of all is not the daughter and her friends it's babysitter you're Freddie movie or what are some other iconic or saw and then it like nothing really happens yeah for going for the Gore and you're going for the and the jump scares and the like twisted ideas this doesn't have any zero it's fries new things in this book I don't think they successful all the time I agree let me explain what I enjoyed it kind of polemic as we leave the pitch or often just listen we don't we always listen and look and this week we're looking at really advice teaching kids now kids we're going to watch a movie KC The way area hosts hey scully and sits considering when it really wasn't I feel like it was another movie that they just slapped a tiny little let's make this pile of that on this one I want you to listen on jocularity it will bring back all right quit up all right rated R. and you're going to be living in a particular they'd be like going to Jason movie or not Jason You know Friday the thirteenth or Halloween movie our son or daughter say do not do not show the many of these movies and they point to your DVD collection which is full of Texas chainsaw massacre and Shit and you're like no problem Samsung daughter I will not you know violate my grandchild's brain but look look what I've got over here honey we're going to watch annabel comes home because he doesn't have it's from our friends at WanNa who sent as a copy for review so sits on give us the synopsis of Unavo- comes home and then I'll give you the one of the back of the bus to combat NS story there really isn't a story this is a setup Lorraine and Ed Warren have this sacred room with all the artifacts in it and images and sounds yeah you know the the thing that's over the light that goes the different colors yeah whatever in this movie because to be honest not allow things to happen I mean a lot of things happen but not love things happen thing I would I would write that on the back of the they're in there they are they frame the movie they come in in the beginning Blah Blah Blah Rian leave our daughter with the babysitter the teenager the pretty blonde teenager in our house that's got more than the last one we watch but let me say that when Martin Scorsese this week said that the Avenger films like a theme park right and then it spins around it's got like a click on the front that's got like blue yellow red and green spins around like it makes a sound to have all kinds of things you want to usher in a kid this age of the girl in the movie to horror movies this will scare the shit out of them for sure her and it does it always did I was freaked me out and it has this humongous lightbulb mind that's so hot I mean seriously she would have it behind the Chris Mystery and he's got ideas that you might have to explain but it's also not horror thick and how it feels the way it's put together because it's a lot of it's like growing on the wall and I thought that was that was cool it was cool imagery but that's what this movie is right yeah I liked when she's looking into the skuld like a night light a kids night well nothing if anyone remembers my grandma had a silver Christmas tree you know the silver medal with the silver state the bride walking around as the book it just feels like they've got the kitchen sink in just try and throw it all at one mall rest I agree and you know babysitters friend the girl has no friends because appearance are who they are that they would rizal the doll doesn't escape because scape spoiler alert we're going to tell you what happens there's nothing lingering deaths no there's no there's no there's nothing advocating every single movie as to have that but if you're going to see allow scares which I have to say I wasn't scared in the slightest ever know as creeped out a few times there are some creepy invading red light and blue light it's like real well I really enjoy there's a visual with the with the faker of Annabel it's just that it's a maybe it's sort of a Starter Kit movie like exorcists I do like it feels like my horror movie and then they explained it when they explained with join the movie I was like okay this this idea of throwing everything is it would have caught on fire thanks come for the Terry's chocolate orange that as like a liquid fall we don't have those here my demons and shit locked away in a room but we're just going away for the weekend don't worry about it you'll be fine and then they come back at the end because they're done being gone so let me say about this one though on the Boca Raton which amounts to nothing unfortunately really amounts to nothing chur by N- nothing learned or gained or anything at the end Spoilers saddest things not food for Christmas but that's what it's one of those things in the girl girl had it in a row and it is creepy like why would you want your whole room your child you his his a horror movie that is kind of like if you're a horror free in your IRA fifties you've got a grand kid who's ten or eleven and their parents demons of the world and that there is a horrible force of evil in the world they truly believe that or at least that's what everyone who talks about them says that they actually believe that they did take your object put it in their little room it was a real room full of objects that they believed to be attached to evil spirits and demons and things like so they would go to people's houses like the lady from poltergeist come to your house figure out what's going on exercise yeah exercise the Neiman's or whatever and said we're on in our house can you please come and help us so that's what that's what the basis for all we know because these movie i Wa things happen but not a lot of things that's perfect let me just start by saying the curse of La Consort going off topic but then if when she put the Christmas presents under the tree if you were helping our she'd be like not don't set that over there by that light and you know why she wouldn't say it but except put the shiny baller instead of like a plastic one when I was a kid that is the thing you would sit down on the floor behind the Christmas tree is crazy we'll actually really happened was a table moved a little bit and they saw it yeah but like I would make boring movie so these movies are high region and he's got a weird image on that was creepy creepy things but that's why I say it feels like going through a haunted house ride you know one of those ways they're all evil these artifacts are don't mess with them so what did the teenage girl do she messes with them and that's sort of a haunted house ride for ninety minutes which is is that the dialed up to a hundred watch happened because we know from the original movie the what we saw in that whole movie which is pay to go in and say things about that's what it feels like because because I know the main the main concept of the movie is while this room is full of these there's a lot of stuff going on that really didn't go so did he go no we don't know I don't think unknown came out of the wall that so they were real you can look them up on that's where this whole universe is about the like cases that they had in their files of people who had contacted them I assume he's there he's always there he's into it so yeah it operates in this theme park ride like ghost hunters before ghost hunters ghost ghost posters trump they were busting because they did it on a religious basis you know like God and the thing for me where it's like Oh scary oh door open scary owes something jumps out it's scary there's a horrible thing image but atmosphere dripping atmosphere the movie like Kore- The grocery store yeah it was awesome I mean you probably can pick nitpick it but it really had the product and seeing what sticks we've gone to a Werewolf now like this actually that is the explanation isn't it like yeah yeah it's like all the we've made let's just showcase it and not really like we're not even saying that the daughter is I mean we hint at that she can see join the middle of it you mentioned the G. Yeah but you still see everything and I think they've always done a good job of that James Wan's not directing this one book doesn't do anything when it's over you're like okay did it change the story of the Warren's in any way nope did it the war ends the warrants were real people she just passed away this year they were real people from the seventies and eighties I mean they were adults and seventies eighties who did paranormal they would have been plus case don't remove it from the case because it will yeah it's like it's time for us to make another movie and hear all these cool ideas that are stuffed in all these other actual story except for the boy across the street likes the Babysitter Yeah you get that the little daughter has conflict with a little boy in her class and then because he's bullied further the conjuring franchise in any way note for the Annabelle Franchise in anyway nope because she did honor Bell just we know the Annabel's this she wasn't they've never told us in the conjuring or Annabel world that this house yeah there's no like poltergeist where it's like a the kind of know that they're going to happen usually so jaded and then there's like a Werewolf in this movie which join the move I was like why did they awhile wolf in this movie and you don't even know I feel like that one was the coast of Lallera was a movie masquerading as pile of the universe when but the nuggets fixed those are the stories tucked inside but it's not than overall my favorite but he said what's Annabel comes home about also she doesn't come home she doesn't even leave now that's a weird one to me but it starts with the way that does not where she's from like I really like about even this one welcome I like the time period that the using I'm you know it's seventies and they really commit to it on the dug up a cemetery of native peoples or this is a place where whatever like that other antibody movie we saw there was a house and a daughter ghosts and stuff right I mean it's not like that's not the theme the friend of the Babysitter has a kind of problem to resolve her emotional stories about the only brought the spirit into them wasn't there one where we saw someone get murdered and then the blood of the murderer dripped into the doll and that was supposed to be like the is looking like I'm a school yeah exactly we'll see how a lot of schools still look like that but it does it does feel and there's a lot of that stuff and there's a lot of like noises like written like it's very very quiet and then buying that's supposed to say don't find those scary anymore nation one there was something interesting with the story at least this one just feels like a greatest hits of Annabel like his his all the things that you've seen in uh that's out in the country but that wasn't even the origin they just not was unable creation not yet that was just the dad or whoever said lead in or whoever where Wolf but then it was fog in yeah that's what I mean it's not like God zillion Kinda squinting going what's happening because it's mostly most of these movies in the died loses her if she's locked up in the church glass which we also get told the glass around her from a church so obviously that crew so lonestar start wondering about now look kill I'll give them that you know these movies have lost style to them one thing around mysteriously in the other ship move around the I mean I'm I'm assuming she can just project aware of like the thing can move just all the things that would be scary let James while I was like well why not use a well because the war Alex putting the Warren's had a case involved a werewolf everyone knows we're talking about ah just hangs around this house and uses everything as like a Mary Annette I'm GonNa make the wedding dress lady come alive and I'm GonNa make the monkey come alive but it's Roche's underneath the covers which I know freak you out where a head was underneath the covers a little bit creepy the thing is that's that's why the same demon from my understanding or whatever it is spirit evil which is something to explore which they don't it is the thin my brain I think it's a little confusing because what they're saying is the doll is nothing there's a spirit or demon or something to you of it takes place in the dark but you can still see what's happening it's not one of those like Yeah Valles going on I can't tell true they did a good job of just it's like right out I mean the to have the dogs a vessel fall spirits but she doesn't do anything she just she just sits the they somehow pick her up thing this demon thing lives it's alive than why wouldn't stay there the instant that glasses open the doors open room before and guess what we're going to come to life and be scary and Annabel's not possessed or anything it's nothing to do with the dull apparently yes spirit just likes miss like I know this logical it isn't real I don't believe in anything at all right spiritual eyes however if there if you're they're not usually involve in her it's all they're involved in these other artifacts like she's idea yeah -cational you see in a chance Fox but they so they try in like usually chaffee factors scale like oh that's the Ninja guy as the the trying it's the age of everything seems totally right we were both alive in those days aso audio specifically the this bells ring gain let's open this demon then can use all these other objects not that the spirits attached to those objects are actually doing this it's the Oh hi why isn't it now just rampant around the whole universe and one of my one of my questions always one of the commingled did in passing said something like that would just make it worse okay so don't do that if you're in the next movie and you burn it is going to solve it don't do that make it worse apparently apparently that is funny the one spirit that likes Annabel is now taking its time instead of like going out into the world because it's released now right it's out still doing that origin that was the original unavo- wasn't 'cause Annabelle was in the conjuring movie at the very end they put her in the glossy founder and they put her in the glass Gary Dole the Hamas all this stuff and you shouldn't mess with it and that we didn't learn anything new about did we don't take it out to box again don't is child unless the child is like yeah I love her no I don't feel I mean during this movie even though it's called welcome home the actual okay so yeah so then there is that the origin was like a great murderer blood because that's like chucky you see what we say no the the Annabelle movie there and the second one even the seasoned horror people we've watched a law horror movies a lot I think last season people it would freak them out by you've got unlike little tiny like noises sometimes it's completely silent and you owe over in this corner and you're like Oh and then like some bells ring and Google play youtube voice assistance just say listen to after the show maybe podcast and you can also find ace corey dot com where we post written reviews and then they spun it off into the Animal Series and the first Annabel movie was that one leo talking about with the apartment upstairs can you actually see a move just pissed somewhat but I mean if she creepy creepy I wouldn't give her to it has actually just audio is just like oh there's a big noise a big bank in the inner room that's the scale at you like Oh now I'm on board with US light the Iranian a will it doesn't feel like it shoddily and cheaply don't and is the sat secured and the House the Warren's house was really good and you know so yeah I'm trying to think it is very well made great sets is really awesome sound after Mitt designs are really at the house was really things always cut free my mind and I kind of mentioned in this one was a why don't you just burn not Dahlen or just get rid of it minced up or whatever but the bill it no way I'm watching that Yeah Oh God yeah and then go sir no way even when it's just like a jump scare in this movie a lot sound sounds like it's not just one gal it's one over that one over there one of that and it's all that stuff adds to the atmosphere of trying to make you scared I think I'd be freaking I mean I'd be pissed that opened the door and be like well the flex by my door but in the moment that pounding it's relentless it's only scary is when it sounds like someone's pounding the fuck out of your front door which look and there's no one there because if someone did that unless they kept doing it into the eighties yeah I don't know if they did I don't know if it did either I think when he died she didn't do it still appeared on TV bought still it's a flimsy story. Yeah is the the flimsy story of a we've got to paranormal paranormal investigator people but don't get me wrong with this movie even though if you look at the cover of the movie Annabel is front and center but look at the surrounding cast in various ffom Inga and Patriot Wilson the go-to thing and they'll investigate and then steph will go crazy and then we'll resolve it they're all that is just I think he's good at developing a thousands stuff though right I've seen interviews with so let's move onto the cast here and verify who I really like a lot plays Lorraine Warren yeah that's what I was thinking he just left I mean it's nothing is it shows then he couldn't move maybe he was part of the as part of this the thing is in a traditional horror type flick where teenagers are like that walk away and the next thing you see is acts in their head mood thing to moods right don't think these always have to be in the seventies though don't do you well they do if you're going to be real to the Warrens at the top and you out but no system because he's holding the crucifix these Yellen which is kind of set thing in these movies they really are just bookends to the movie and not the not main cast a toll that that they set up and then that you know what's really really fun part for me probably one of my favorite parts of the movie the Pizza delivery at Donahue that guy was I mean it's really lame but I was encourages goofy and he's only there for what light for a second maybe a minute some of the things he says was just funny like and then he's gone it's not like demon thinking well this gal for for the out because he still he ate a piece of pizza that's terrifying right I don't know who that guy was but that was I thought lane kind of horror movie Kinda feel with some kind of goofy shows up and like none of the none of this goofy is all played straight and this one half of maybe two minutes at the end like I said before Mr Husband framed the movie I describe it very clearly just as you did are just want well I mean the kid was a bit awkward anyway it wouldn't even need this carry to introduce you to all of a sudden he's is the ring the bell if sounds really realistic and then they're like really sounds like somebody's trying to like the whole trying to come through the yeah really crazy it gets crazy but it's really slow build-up it feels actually like a seventies maybe a slow buildup and then it gets crazy at the end underneath the wind at China Plays Guitar and then you just like Oh what a goof and like you know that this is a bit of teenage Kinda stuffing air but it never Bradley pounding and then it stops in the new look no one's there and then it happens again near like dot is creepy again the sound design makes us scary too because knows anywhere does it nobody seems von really good storyteller if you really think about it gives a good atmosphere builder you know because there's a good atmosphere GonNa make TV show of this franchise that room is the hope for the whole thing you think if they make the TV show you'd want it to be the people who made the TV show for the exercise had to be in that house the entire time which I did find Kinda cool because that room was intrigued me and I have said to you in the past today the if there ever across the street that in order to woman he had to be rock and roll and then we see him Brian Record Guitar so like but there could have been a better way to it was it wasn't like yeah what you just said like what was the purpose of him though because there's no focus was the only thing he did was told the boys you make it very clear yeah you're not getting a conjuring three is not that it's not a full adventure with them even though you do uh even the the country movies which I like a lot one and two I really like a lot to his great the British one weather go to England and this could you like to that I really did like that's underrated thing I don't I really there's an exorcist. TV show that came out this two seasons I mean good creepy vibes especially the second one I actually liked I think better I was a little that was only because it was really it plays directly into the exorcist movie original movie the first season does and the seconds as its own thing that separate both really cool I thought because it wasn't even faulk show so it was like mainstream television but I think they pushed it that it's in good vibes instead of setting us up for like these are the three most horrifying things you know it would definitely a TV show could cover lightly and there's a lot to go from in that room so whereas this movie tries to introduce you to that room and like throw everything that room at you ons began no story beyond any of it yeah they they kind of try to explain to you the people with the coins on their eyes are this and that guy the yes now but yeah if this was a if they made a TV show this stop room would be focal bite in you investigate one of those things every week Perryman was not developed the Werewolf is just they found a book that aware wolf on it and then you have the Werewolf and sort of like boom boom a hitch like he could even flash to the original things what happened you know with these stories but this one the there isn't enough time to do it anything here are the things and GonNa fly out you all make an ice it is pretty fundamental filmmaking isn't it because they have the teenage girl pickup the book and then the the little daughter who's like eleven ten eleven tells her one sentence of what it is because she's the daughter and so she knows everything and then evil room leave everything alone so anyway we were on verify mango what did you think of I mean she's always totally into whatever she's doing I like you know other mystery to it pretty fundamental the Medellin teenage girls who just went downstairs and start messing with everything I did like that one they said as she said Oh yeah like I went down there and did this not and she went whilst you search and she went everything because she really did when when when she her I think I like how her take on this lady like she believes in what the lady she believes that the lady believed everything she I got into the room I was like don't talk everything in my mind I was like she's messing with the coins he's opening little boxes now this is evil room even you know it's the the the original exorcists that was my least favorite part of it will tell you why because he's going to go watch it exorcists TV shows probably out there somewhere now to watch yeah I'm sure it's on streaming okay what is this and all that's the bracelet that makes you help you talk to the debt will what's this will that's the guy who if you don't pay him we'll take your soul that's exactly how it gets played out like there live I also believe that too yeah and you believe the lady believed it yeah I believe the lady believed she was a hoax I agree with you that now you know you she does it doesn't seem like that but he does it he's relaxed in it you know he doesn't play it up to me doesn't anyway they really says the horror is the story and we're just here as a vehicle for that like she sees it the other way around so I like that and she's totally into every role she does I wasn't there and I don't know them and I don't know any people who could have had to pay them and then Shit went wrong I don't know I wasn't there for that but so I feel like the story of those two rather than exactly like things you know going bump in the night exactly and that that's just the vehicle to tell this love story verse like over there more about the woman and the husband yes she that was what she was yeah yeah came across let that she's more interested in always approve of all the movies but I like her yeah what about Patrick Wilson is I think that he I don't know if he takes seriously I said it just the exact same thing over and over there the shit goes down the block holders crucifix becomes the Hulk the Seventy S TV show brings into the whole franchise and it's just a shame that they're not here in like they could have been used in this film they could have been in the whole film right. Yeah but then it's uh Vera Vera like the caller she sees something in that woman in the marriage and then the horror stuff is sort of candidates plays Judy Warren that alter I was puzzling every night go every seen that go we watch designated survivor Mitch horror to me not the blonde girl so much as the dark headed one yeah the Mary the main go she was pretty good I thought because as you as we were watching it you got the vibe nothing actually really bad's going to happen near like at least I did they're not gonna be heads chopped off or limbs or dead Netflix show he's adults on that too it is now and I don't think it's coming back you know so it's not a show at all and so we've got Madison Eisman who plays Mary and Casey suffering you play Daniele see one of the things also I liked about this movie is everybody was compared to the rest of the vitamin you've got a dead ghost bride coming around with a bloody knife coming to stab and kill you you got a demon people are gonNA treat other things that have happened in the gone during university so their reactions were a bit old school doc I don't know if this is the right terminology but they like to honor the idea that these people were real if they do that the mets totally off off to the other side because their daughter doesn't avenue where she is a moment at a dead and she's the ghost hunter or whatever she goes out and mission does not the way they act ah she was there Dalton so like I didn't even I didn't even know until I looked just kept looking at it going she's somebody I've seen before I really like to she was pretty good test goes good are they interrupt so she's like the next felt like yeah like she'll like you know five or six years and who sucking the soul out of a little girl and then you have bob coming with this guitar playing in the yard and then he's also standing there with the pizza guy like is an overarching thing that hey this is a universe where bad things happen in these two people investigate them like that's not enough of thread had the house that looked good you know the shop even though it was really hokey his little swimming pool yeah yeah even that really amount to much again on my thing on the Cova actually says the most haunting annabel yet but it should really say doesn't really amount good They acted well yeah that's the thing that they fit the knew what they were doing nobody was up the horror reactions a bit whoa this music as that Wacky hilarious so she's directed by Gary Doberman is his first movie or do you think of well I felt extras on this blu-ray are the deleted scenes this feature acts the artifact room in the colts the lights on the loaf which they all look right they keep the but you know maybe maybe they just need to have more story definitely better story any kind of story not just Bob what do you think about could have been anyone unfortunately he was fine but it could have been actress who funds who's the mango sort of goofy did up a little too much stunts and the vibe of and the sets absolutely even in Love Laura no you can't say I gotta see Doughy I'd dumb acting like most of this like talked about this movie earlier like our doesn't really amount to anything BOB doesn't really amount to anything that's fun but doesn't really this movie has no story she's just stuff things happen but nothing happens Laura I guess not particularly scared of more stakes I think is a good way to put it higher stakes highest stakes most stakes really going to happen because nothing bad ever does happen in this universe bad things have happened in the past been there then the two boys in overall would you recommend I mean I enjoyed it yeah because watch mall conjuring universe like you just felt like another installment in this franchise it didn't feel our place it felt and it's well done very well may yeah that's it happens yeah so Those are the extras oh the back cover just a picture of them to Vera a focuses on the Warren's so you do get to see behind the scenes with Vera and Patrick is also the ferryman demon the bloody bride the word I can't say where in the Rona because of luck Laurent even that yeah I am it's weird one because it is really well-known and it's fun to watch but I am a bit more bloodthirsty personally I like to see some roll mainline movies have some blood off some debts you know they're a bit more extreme than these so yeah I would like more the warrens are which we explore the Warren's a bit more I'd like to see a day of them like being them instead of I don't know that sounds Boring Lua neuronal see actually add stakes to it though but yeah but then it didn't balance valley ther no fortunately yeah but the chopped off heads or just a few hon come off maybe an eyeball poked out something you've seen trick in the car with the Annabelle riches literally a scene from the beginning of the movie and then they go away after that we're gonNA look of it doesn't override me sitting there being not scared not interested in the story and fully firmly believing that nothing bad I know they have to stick to the seventies taken all that and costuming was good that was really good yeah so on finally I'd put down Michael Camino uh in this series I'm sure we're going to see more oh yes we are the next one is the conjuring three coming up next year I believe so we'll have before they'll come on when you don't get none of that here so you have to go somewhere else but I do enjoy the franchise of it I like to to anybody everybody's the call the plot Alma everybody's wearing the armor because they the nothing can happen you got a kid right there I mean you can't kill her off because she's represents a real you can kill those disposable teenagers through but then you'd have to say Oh when did the warrants have a babysitter that's maybe why 'cause the cursive Lello arena was also pretty well made right yes they are look nice to get good photography going on really good special effects another Israel will super under utilize it's not in it much it's like Oh that's well does the end of the level so that uh produced by some remy and by the guy who did the evil dead movie I believe so we'll look at that next week evil dead maybe you know the remains they're fully in love they believe what the characters you know okay doesn't sound interesting to me anyway we are again it's seven Komo with I'll go shocked oh the sounds good whore tober wrestling no hoarder hall Tober Yeah yes uh-huh continuing our Har Har Tober we're GONNA look at crawl next week which is a how will we mentioned it was well yeah we didn't it shows you how they did it the well if I was convinced with CG but actually they made a suit a well we'll see murdered in their house didn't have and like but if you go into those movies without in your head you might as well not watch these movies because you know nothing's ever GonNa happen no everyone's still really dead yeah scary you don't WanNa be one see again not really that's Gary Patrick Wilson I'll recommend you zack. Snyder's watchmen played is excellent in it is one of the first times I've actually seen him in anything pretty much all that ever happened they Warren's borough table move he can't really go off that Kenny with a movie obviously they did yeah so awesome I'm a big watchmen fund so that we watched it though I have released it secretly dam is really a great movie uh thanks to honor for Latinos Review the movie next week continuing our what did we call it shock tober horror October something really uh either really amounts to now you remember the pizza guy more or you like he's got something about in the pizza guy it was just Chapas will be one of my favorite shows I'm excited watchmen by leftovers people I'm a second mom verify Manga is often it was really good and I think the when it comes out of the fog at CG yeah for the web will suit looked awesome it's like they had on our you know because if we are going back to the real life things well if we're going back to the real life things nothing can happen because literally a table move that's the dead I it's become a deadlight yes I've seen them all but I don't remember everything so it's not like the wake up one day in that everybody's actually all right this week I've watched a few one on your recommendation which I recommend but I'm not recommending it I'm just saying it used said to me I've seen so many horror movies Soham recommendations I am going on the theme of Patrick Wilson and Verify Manga so oh yeah I really love off it's a really cool horror movie is that very from Inga yes she was in that movie and she wasn't they often no rush Matt Yeah Well I love it so actually Wilson was in really good. HBO Making a new TV show of it which is by made by the people who made the leftovers Luccio fulke okay so full cheerful G. Movie I don't know anything about that either I'm not like a film Connoisseur I just have watched in Italian director known for the most people hate it I love it if anyone has tips on how to keep closer control and tabs on your spouse slimming mom I don't care you can watch fifty times so do all the people in the evil dead universal get killed by all those things actually be dead all the dead you mean the Deitz they get killed eighteen seventy nine before I mean one of the ones that impact is just Zombie by what's his name now we can have a day of them for the TV you can explore those things slowly I don't want a whole movie of a day of those loves Ambi- movies that's my favorite horror genre I believe that I have to watch this quintessential one of the it wasn't one of the first no no I don't remember being the mom but okay she's his bolt often I didn't I didn't know what was in actually Oh you you bought me for Christmas the ultimate edition of Zack Snyder's watchmen in like a cool box with the comic book remember Yep is well that also plays into is watchmen the TV show coming to HBO Next Week I believe you're she'll I'm show from HBO. I love watchmen I that's a little bit but it feels like I don't know it's really internal either the sound of it was the thought of someone pounding on your front door like violently desks signed up for a month of net flicks yes I know they have shut them down a long time ago by decided to good source it's quick and easy I can shut it off at the end of the month so that I believe coming soon something I mean the council what did the first one again Nafta be something else but often and watch me and your recommendations are mine are because it is whore Tober and so I have to watch some of my creepy movies you've signed me up for Shudder and when it came out what like fifteen years ago maybe it's been a while there's orphan to as well I think it's common right or is not out yet often to is could the evil doubt the horrible the one that was not horrible I actually really liked it but the one that a law Gorn grossness now gross movie if you like gross stuff until it happened and then I was like what I don't WanNa spoil it it's a great movie often it's it's also from wall number slake going around well I would take the first hour and then the second hour it goes ape shit you know what are you gaining let story are you finding out all thing monographic movies for the home no so next week something very different so then okay that's visa maybe from nineteen seventy-nine it's not like it's it's not good it's not got a good story it's gotTa Flimsy Little Story Tucked in there so he was firstly known for these weird detective stories that Kinda Gory and then secondly Nova Hara like zombies and stuff right now this mood for yourself because if you're not doing someone is doing it for movies rebels you the power of popular movies repelled you and we're talking about exorcists I didn't watch that because popular I watched it because it was late at night I was twelve it was on television looks really cool mention you haven't mentioned it but one of the best scenes in the movie the best seen yes well makes any sense but there are shots of it that look amazing for nineteen seventy nine film stock it looks crispy clear and there's really slow zombies with people who literally just stand there waiting to be murdered and but I've seen it now it's undermine my parents were out I wasn't supposed to be watching it at all I'll tell you what Ed never even heard of it either the reason I watched it is he's never on record ever ever and so when the person becomes scared and then they just stopped moving we're not gonNA catch up with you so that kind of stuff because of seen so many other movies I was like it wasn't edited together in a way that like there is something that you've never seen before this some new details involved yeah there's a boat involved also Dr Joe a Shock Chart Oh yeah there's that Zombie fighting naked woman yeah there sexism and there's jaws alert I hear a lot about it it doesn't draw to it at all it repels me and so power of the valor of power popular I seen that I was like Oh yes the infamous it is it is also re if this guy was like a film connoisseur film studier Isaam Belt it is your cinematic blind spot for that as lead correct other movies that are not Zombie movies but like I've never seen clockwork orange film then he would have seen the movie that Salvador Dali made where they slice open an eyeball with a razor blade right up close yeah yeah yeah oh I know what an eyeball situation correct yes okay I haven't seen that one either I think that in time overtime if something's become superpower we had a we got a new brand new visa we never had one before there was a new visa and when my foster parents left a shock involved oh yeah I can't believe you just got Zombie Fights Shark uh-huh sexist note is well yes I'm very nineteen seventy that's I like the pace of it though I do like the way it's put together it has he's also and this is the autopsy of Jane Doe and it's actually I enjoyed it it was kind of like never oh something like that in this and then the rest of us just freely bad makeup and really bad like these are the slowest Zombie it's got a lot of drawn out little scares and stuff to that seemed to have been above the level of quality is pretty high quality set in like bad every single thing was bad except there were a couple of times when the photography of it looked really Nice tropes in there like movie horror people come on but is actually quite an interesting idea tucked in there popular horror movie sort of like a Slash d listeners. You know what I'm saying Donnie Trae who day trae how the guy who so that we came across movies like that yeah I don't I'm not I don't draw not drawn to movies because the popular so that's not why yeah no we've never reviews on the front page my other one that I watched this week it's called the autopsy of Jane Doe Again It does and we've looked it up and now we know how it got made so you need to watch it and then you can even find a clip of it on your light this is no Russia now this is not the gels crappy sounds like a great horror movie or anything and the ultimate story it's Kinda like Okay okay I'm not seeing that exactly it has and they just go work goes on and on and on it's like I was like step out the door because hancocks end the guy from the movie you like into the wild yes I am a meal Hirsch yes email her all the girl next door not not because of its ideology about demons in the world and capturing them in the printing whatever it was just so bad right which was ten years ago maybe I'm not that movie yes I have never seen it the exorcist now Zombie Oh okay it's got a bad story it's like if you give a seventeen year old horror fan with limited exposure to horror movies a camera and a really go to a place that someone let them in to their business to do this because it looks really legit right there's a lot of jump scares a lot of fake outs fuels pulled horror fans and maybe like schlock horror fans will be identifying with and it's like that it's just so bad it's badly edits hey you know they opening shop with the boat in cups getting on the I always I always found that effective I think is pretty effective but secondly there's a really in the middle of the movie being to be constantly thinking my God this is so bad something there's something very satisfying would've watched Zombie except you encourage me and then we did watch it on the Russian service have reviewed the BLU ray when they re mustered it decide for yourself but I even I've watched it all because I decided I'm in a just gotta finish it it's called Death House and I'm talking about about that I don't even know why it's just this might make people wanna see it I don't know but it's called Death House and IMDB reviews about the death you did anyway these are the one stars on for Annabel comes on the one-star IMDB P we've just watched and occasionally we agree with them but very rarely yeah so these are like I could just started only find this movie is legitimately when you're watching it you like how did they get this this is this footage is very good Alex history is it two hours you wish you wish you would have no I wouldn't say that because it's quite stimulating I two movies you've been wand and disagree but says don't expect to be scared the worst aide Jason I think it was Jason Though so that guy the guy from the devil's rejects yacht Andy Williams who was faint old family mortuary with like place downstairs with do all the embalming and the autopsies and stuff so it's pretty it seems like I'm thinking did they in Cujo and the howling I need to watch the Halley a really like her in that I would like that anyway but so they got a bunch of people I went to the new VCR and it was one tape on the only tape we didn't have a label on it or anything I put it in I'm watched it turned out it was unwashed toy story for instead the very different that's very very very very different this guy says nothing is scary in this movie I was waiting to my intelligence that was a well yes a Werewolf even if you could just defies apparent she couldn't explain it avoid hang onto the memories of the Uh this guy says I spent one hour on this movie and didn't get scared not even once spent one hour how should the worst movies and I don't mean worse like because of the Gore it has like cheap bloody Gore no big deal not because it's scary because it's reading like people who hate movies generally just hate that they seem to hate life these kind of these people but I sounded like that does now briefly very very briefly in the very very beginning but that was like two

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1 - Grandma E's Final Lesson and Summer Horror Movies

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49:00 min | 2 years ago

1 - Grandma E's Final Lesson and Summer Horror Movies

"Heroine it's Sharon here. Thank you for listening and I just wanted to let you know that <hes> this first episode was not recorded in a studio so I do apologize for the audio quality. The rest of the episodes will be recorded in a studio and we'll sound much better. He's don't let the audio quality deter you from listening to further episodes and I just WanNa thank you all so much for even downloading in listening to this episode in the first place. I A welcome to horse talk for hours. We just like hi and welcome to we'll talk. Whore I'm Sharon? I'm Melinda and today we are going to be talking about some of the summer horror movies that are either out in theaters now or coming into theaters soon soon but first we want to do a ghost story and this is from Mendis Childhood. It's a story that she's told me many many times and every time I hear the story Marie I still get creep out so mindy. Would you like to share. I have not shared this with you but I'm calling as grandma ease funnel lesson. I like the name I think yes that's appropriate but so this Kevin when I was in junior high ish age select thirteen fourteen years old the house that this happened in a lot of weird things happened but that's a story for another day and this is probably the most notable thing that happened my grandmother was it's lovely and credit all of any sort of strength. I have to like Ed credit her with that but she's very opinionated as a person she met while but she always made hurt in heard on case in point. I was at that age where I was starting to stay home by myself more often on the house we lived in when you'd walk up to the front door. There was a window right next to the front door and my grandmother always always comment on how if a stranger walked up to the front door and I was home alone and they were standing destroyer standing on the porch they'd be able to look through this window C. directly into my bedroom and see me which of course it'd be dangerous for like a junior hike it and I kind of thought that there was nothing much to to it. There wasn't a curtain in the window but we just their distance. We my parents and I for some reason just kind of blew it off and just said yeah okay thanks but we really do much about it so my grandmother eventually she he did pass from stomach cancer but she was the last night she was around. She was in the hospital. Things were pretty grave and so my dad went to try and my grandfather out of the hospital leaving my mom and I home alone watching a scary movie with the Judd Nelson where he would call people C- they were home or not and then coming kill them so just to set the scene a little bit. There's my mom and I watched scary movie my daddy look. I'm alone awesome. So after the movie's over I went to the listen two CDs in my room. My mom went to the kitchen which was on the other side of our house to do dishes and around nine thirty at night the doorbell rang he opened my bedroom door looked out towards the front door and saw a man who I didn't recognize standing on the front porch looking through the curtain Lewis' window directly at me just like my grandmother said my mom came out from the kitchen and mass to it was I said I had no idea when she opened the door. He didn't see her coming so he kind of had to start to him but she said that he was very clean cut. He was dressed all in black. She thought it was odd if he was coming to turn rape us or something like that because he rated gold cross your engine his ear and she kept seeing the light catchy it and she remembered thinking. That's very distinct like if you're GONNA ROB US or hurt us. Why would you wear something like that? That's stupid for Robert do literally that thought he was asking for Directions Russians he was like Oh. Can you tell me how to get directions for somewhere. That was way farther north in our house. We looked out there was no car in sight. There's nobody driving hand. We didn't live close to like major public transportation and again. It was like nine thirty at night like a Sunday so we thought that was odd. My Mom said I'm sorry like you're really far away from where you need to be and he looked at her and he said well. I guess I made a big mistake then did Ni- and she said yes you did and she slammed the door four. We watched him walk up the side streets because we're on a corner so we saw him walk up and down a few side streets again no car around. Nobody giving him a lift. Nothing we called COPS. They did a pretty exhaustive search around around our neighborhood. Never found the guy at all. We learned later. Well actually the next day really that around the time that that happened was around the time of that. My grandmother passed away gotten learned our lesson. Thank you grandma. We heard you loud and clear the next day we definitely hang a curtain in that window. It matched nothing was already engine in our living room and all that it was a curtain at blocked you from that window Oh and so I mean my grandmother was awesome but I could just see her being life. I told you to do something about that now. I'm GONNA teach that Hardaway and she did message received thank you did you actually you saw this guy. What what the Blake literally nondescript like just very clean tight dark curly hair sort of an outline of a beard but like well like Trenton shaved light not a Kinda engineering really so he didn't like a child molester or a serial killer known like and that's what my mom said she kept thinking to like he looks so normal and so- nondescript except for that Gold Cross nearing and what is your dad? I'd say when he heard the story. Why don't I remember too much now because he was so focused on helping my grandfather dealing with funeral arrangements and stuff but he just thought it was weird and was like well? What curtains do we have the but we also thought it was funny because it was very characteristic in my grandmother to be like you didn't put it out? I told you to do that. Now is going to teach you a lesson and she did man well. That's a good story and if anyone else has any stories like that you know where loved ones have sent messengers of death or or hope or humor humor or yeah grandma's trying to scare the shit out of you as my mother said to her sister when you come back if there's life after death come back and say hello how are you. I don't come back but if you had relatives did that. We told you WANNA hear about it. Yes all right well. Thank you so much and so now we are going to talk about our summer summer horror movies. There's actually a ton of movies coming out this summer so I had a narrow it down. I think I think all these are pretty good though <hes> and we've only actually seen seem to so we will talk about ones we have not seen first and then we were kind of going to more of a discussion about midsummer and Annabel which we actually we both midsummer. I saw Annabel <hes>. <hes> Annabel comes home. <hes> we'll go into a little bit of a discussion about those so the first movie The dead Dodi Director Jim Jarmusch in bullying faves he directed dad man ghost dog Mr Chain and Oh my God yeah a lot a lot of really good movies that you should check out if you've never seen them but this is a Zombie movie. It looks super unique. <hes> looks really fucking fucking funny. The cast is amazing has really great cast. This is Adam driver their Bill Murray. Tom Waits close evadne steeper Shammy Rizza Rosie Pres- Carol Kane till just Clinton in many many others. I'm really so excited. I think I've seen every single thing he's an eye door him and so yeah my expectations could not be higher. Although some of the reviews I read are not great but ah fuck reviews. I don't really care because I think it looks awesome and I will probably enjoy it at the very least even if it's not great. It'll be a lot of fucking funny. Oh Yeah Oh yeah <hes> so next. We have child's play which I had no idea that Markham all yeah hockey in fucking Mark Hamill is amazing I think he he he is fully embraced. How awesome the is and like he's just unsure that had a good laugh over the idea of being cheque's voice and just had fun with it and I will still wait for video probably but I will absolutely seek this out because I'm sure it's going to be fined and Aubrey Plaza is an Oh my gosh yeah I love river parks and rec well being? She's Larry owns that show if you're not who men's check her out there but yeah her too. I think they she marquette will probably be like this to be a lot of time. Okay well. I'm sure they did because I saw her. She was on cool bear and she was talking about it and he was asking her she even likes for movies and she's like no no not really so kind of interesting. Maybe she signed up because Mark Hamill is in it and we'll allegiance and she basically plays walking which is interesting because she's very good at them. She's GonNa face. Her character is also like pretty every character. She plays is kind of like dark and creepy so she abrogate. She just has that vibe about her. Do you WanNa read the next even my girlfriend Jennifer can't who else I love Jennifer kind of course obstructed the team out of the nightingale was. I didn't even know this was happening until shampoo. This on this list apparently takes place in eighteen twenty five and his revenge story about a young female Irish convict looking for adventure murdered family. Oh my God I can't wait. It's supposed to be pretty gory and coming out really obvious obvious I suppose come out August second. Oh my Gosh I love can't so much I love the two bits and pieces <music> and I wanted to read her fan letter. It'd be like every need help making anything happen. We'll help you again so yeah totally psyched about mango and I watched the trailer for this one and it looks so different than the body. I think it's great that she's able to make a movie. That just seems like a complete. It's like a completely different horror genre for her a you. Would you would see a trailer for this. You would have no idea that this was by the same woman who does Bobby Avenue. It looks beautiful kind of kind of like the witch yeah like in that in that way ditch the what the invention it looks yeah. It's more like that where it's kind of like a beautiful. Maybe like haunting horror movie. He you're not gonNA jump. Scare is like in the body Duke or anything like that and I'm guessing the Gore is slightly realistic Gore and not your typical horror movie like blood fest but I have no idea I I honestly until I was researching summer. Where movies did not ever hear this movie either so I'm yeah I'm excited about it too? So the next movie is scary. Gary sorry talent arc the screenplay is by Guillermo del Toro whose if you don't know that is you should then always this nobelist in his podcast right now and go out and rent Pan's labyrinth just google it also what we've another will help ways. His most commercial pansy Gabbana's my very favorite but the devil devil's rejects. That's I know I can't think of it. The don't tell me asking Spencer who believe machine sponsor is our producer slash. My husband rush engineer slash sure but it's a really did much you. It's like warm. I mean right now. Devil Devil's backbone devils good movie totally battle but no that is actually really good when you check out of his butt so use genius is is the long of it but he didn't scream play. He did not direct the movie it but it looks like it looks like a typical Guillermo. Del Toro film with the Clinton is some of the scenes look really scary and <hes> I don't know these books are so popular but Woah so this is based on scary Tana dark which are books that are written by Alvin Schwartz <hes> and we actually just bought some of these from <hes> a used bookstore in house for our niece because she's really really interested Dresen in hearing scary stories even though like you tell them to her and she gets really scared she. I don't know we thought it'd be ideal together these books. I don't think she's read them yet because I think she's too scared but I was reading them in the car mar when we picked him up and we were on our way to give them to her and I was like how easer like so not scary all we had him though we were a little scary was to us is like eight year old but this movie looks like take a thousand times scarier and the characters in the movie look exactly like the creepy ass drawings from the book like I think honestly yes. Those drawings are the scariest part of the book yes we. I'm really excited. Super super excited birthday. Hey we will go for your birthday and it chapter two which is obviously the sequel to the. There's a remake of well. I guess we make up the T._v.. Show slash or mini series slash new movie version of the book. I'm kind of lost twenty. s still follow up to the two thousand seventeen movie so all the kids are grown up and those grownups are now just testing James mcevoy a bill later bill SARS guard is back pennywise and I just right quick on say that like I think those are awesome not specifically for it necessarily but like an area thing I've seen in SARS garters scars probably saying that's not lately. You know what I'm talking about. The mini series the movie overall. I I grew better. The miniseries was scary as kids though well tunnel out of that Tim Curry Will Tim Curry. He definitely he was the best thing about the miniseries and that's what I liked about. The first part of the new movie is that like obviously that new day did not try to replicate his performance like he did his own and he was scared. I thought the new pennywise was very hysteria but he was just very different and I appreciated that but looking back now. I feel like if I were to watch the series Tim Curry would be the only thing that would scare me various the movie. I liked a lot of the movie that it was kind of like let's take everything James One's done over the past few years let make it better polished in Nario and I actually did watch the miniseries to halloweens ago and it did not hold up at a haul aw I mean it was it was really bad. Tim Curry was definitely the best part of it at opening seem the laundry on the line you see in between the laundry then let's lashes really clicking his evil. Oh Gosh Yeah but the the rest of it though unless unless they had like the the close ups of him with T. Shirt pointy teeth he just looked like a silly clown whereas like bill scars guards pennywise I mean he's just scariest Fox just looking looking at him. His his elvis completely different they made them look like <hes> Victorian looking clown suit that he's wearing which is so out of place for when the movie's supposed to take place like Ige's. He's very like scary without without even saying anything. Tim Curry made the character scary otherwise he just looked kind of like your normal like birthday clown which is what I like because to curry look normal is but there was something off and he would make that one face and it would just be terrifying. I like that a little bit off oven whereas like with the new movie like it was very you rightly. It was very clear as soon as you saw pennywise that that like okay this is not right yeah he's definitely but it definitely was well done and like I said like activated and try to outdo light to encourage performance or oh yeah it. Who's it made it quite effective? I the opening scene of that Lee crack not crack me up but it's so like child big child fear where like the little kid doesn't abasement. You've just seen the is the corner like how many times have you been afraid of something like that like with your little up all the time. My basement was super creepy where I grew up but yeah I actually think it chapter two looks better than the <hes> the site the first part about the past. Oh for sure sure like I like me some Jessica chastain. She's amazing <hes> so all right so then next we have three from HAL which is the new rob Zombie movies that someone cheer so this is actually the third movie in what is now a trilogy House Thousand Corpses and then devils rejects which was the second movie and this movie is being released almost almost fifteen years after the devils rejects which I can't believe it's been at long that movie was made because it does not seem that long at all <hes> and according to the Av club the movie is going to be it released in nearly nine hundred select movie theaters on September Sixteenth Seventeenth Eighteenth and apparently that's it. There's no other release dates that are known right now and it's just those three three nights and each night is going to feature some kind of exclusive bonus feature that will not be included on the other nights so on September sixteenth there will be a video intro from Rob Zombie in also the first fifty attendees at each each theater will get a special poster. <hes> not sure if those are autographed or not. I'm assuming no on the seventeenth through will be nearly thirty minute behind the scenes. Look at the making of the film and the eighteenth. It's GonNa be a double feature with from Hell in the doubles rejects and the version of three from hell being screened on these three dates will also be on rated which means it might have a little more gratuitous Gore or and violence that would otherwise would be allowed and if you want any more information on this or to get tickets those will be available at the Phantom website later later this month <hes> so make sure to check that frequently for possible early ticket sales not sure when they're going on sale maybe soon <hes> and they're probably gonna go really really fast if <hes> this is such a limited event and <hes> little quote from Rob Zombie <hes> this event is a long time coming sesame. The journey of these characters has always been special to me and I am thrilled to finally at the fans experience the next episode of the Firefly Madness this project was a true labor of love for everyone involved in. We know we've created something amazing for the loyal followers of these films left the Insanity Begin minneap-. I'm so fucking excited about this and if if we don't get tickets I'm GONNA be really fucking upset because as you know house thousand corpses is one of my all time favorite movies I used to watch that movie every night to actually help me fall asleep not it sure why but like that movie just like calmed me and relax me and like I would put it on and about thirty minutes into the movie when the <hes> firefly flame family were like pulling pulling them off the car and like jumping on the hood like I would be like fast asleep and Devil's rejects which I think is an actually better movie than how thousand corpses yeah. Those movies just have like a super special place in my heart so I'm excited for this yeah. Doubles reject is very very different. Obviously then touch differences I I'm not I'm Rob Zombie Fan but I have a friend who said that while I appreciate and glad that he this and that's very much feel because whether you like it or not he's doing original. He's bringing a new voice to or sometimes a retro voice a bath to war movies in a way that no one really that I can think of is doing at least successfully lay people try I but it's usually just Thomas does a good job is a little a little bit yeah. We'll we'll talk about high west time losses check out the innkeepers and the House of the House of the Dow but he's not any different level whereas like Rob Zombie is obviously way more gory and and flashy but house thousand corpses is just such an interesting movie on so many levels that it's like. I'm just this glad that like for the fifty million human centipede remainsrs out out insist out there that like Rob Zombie also exists to counteract that type of thing because like like I said let him or not. He's definitely got are very interesting imagination and that's what I always strikes me. Every time I watch house of a thousand courses that it is so fucking imaginative like even horrifyingly massive is so manage it is. A meeting in clearly inspired by retro influences and that is so I'm curious to see where these how this is going to happen because I remember how the second movie ended. Yeah Yeah those rejection. Are they literally coming back from Hell were were they dead the double. Send them back up on earth too. I have no idea because I never thought there would be a third part of this. I was like okay if this is how it's GonNa end if it's GonNa end with in I can still to this day not hear the song free bird without thinking of that last scene in it that last scene is just so fucking amazing. I just I fucking love it. You just you leave with like this kind of like high after watching that movie <hes> so yeah so I'm actually GONNA probably be checking soon to make sure I don't Miss Ticket sales. Yeah that would be really interesting. Dick's July nineteenth in July nineteenth boom put it in your counters all right and do you WanNa talk about <hes> midsummer so this is the first we've seen out of all these that we've named so far Sharon did will WANNA returns little synopsis from before we saw the name so yeah we're about midsummer or midtown or sorry in Swedish rush but it's directed by our a astor who pilot recognize that named is his very first movie ever that he was ready. Terry of which I thought was fantastic so we heard he had another coming out really sweet chariot synapses couple who travels through small rural towns Sweden on a once in a lifetime trip that they and they participate in a midsummer the summer festival they'd take some kind of laid that Mrs what their perception of time in reality and they become a target of a sinister pagan cults basically the generals just on a quick overview level but ah Bowie was this probably where we should say on boiler alert in tasting winning talk about it so to be fair. I honestly don't qualify to talk about this movie because we just saw it and I'm still still registering in my mind. Everything that we saw that are out astor. If my new boyfriend Thai West you've had your your moment. I need some more work for you. Buddy come at me bro but for real this is this man's second will be ever an I. It's a sounded in part why hard because I'm still haunted by. He's late the new master my opinion of psychological or her <hes> all new voice among the horror genre I think and again holy Shit this movie ever. He's referred to this as his Brig Ghibli. He wrote it while going through a breakout and Sharon spoiler. There's some infidelity issues that are is throughout two general but also talk enough about it but that's about it is that it's useful areas but I here's a cinematic either that I think we saw a lot of obviously in hereditary especially with Toni Collette. It's one of the most memorable breakdowns like history of anything in my opinion I love that scene with our but any goal if you haven't seen her of Terry <hes> but yeah you don't know what you're talking about. If you have seen her terry you know it fucking seen talking about and and so I asked her for one thing obviously he has an I like you could even watch midsummer on mute I feel like and it's so beautiful how no because the the sound the things he does with sound own is soul unnerving. Yes it's gorgeous just to look at but it's the sound that makes it so fucking scary when nothing's happening. I was GONNA get to that too because he he he draws out detention. It's literally the whole movie that like he slowly is running out this tension in this little ways visually end early that like you you don't necessarily even understand all comes together like you. casino-like your your or your charity feeling kind of Yeah but basically like for instance visually you're going about the camera is is spanning this beautiful. I've seen people are dancing are working and there's a bear in a cage by okay and then with the soundtrack lead shared Hussein he sort of mimics that sort of idea so it it. It's like a two hour along and I remember being like me two hours to have hours it went by so fast though and you kind of didn't want it to manage such a slow bill tension that like I actually kind of laughed at the very last moment their the character Weiser's release there was almost like this release that you feel at the end of it. I feel like this movie to me. Speaks more anybody who knows who chain to ruth who he did primer summer and of course upstream color. If you not seen any good movies I remember my nose more sci fi than than scary but she encourages another intimate independent filmmaker who you've does the same kind of thing especially with tyler where it visually and arly. It's a more of a movie that you early early oily or how you're watching. You're watching but I feel like it's a movie that you experience emotional any more so than like sitting back watching this plowed. I don't know how to describe it better than that yeah if it like it's like this movie will sorry sensitive if you're looking for jump scares. If you're looking for a ton of Gore you'll probably be disappointed with this new not that movie but others the there there is Gore used effectively they omega yet put it that way they have a little bit of Gore and they just save it for this one scene that God damn it does not and it's not it's brutal is fucking brutal but this movie movie will haunt. It still haunts me. I literally not able to stop thinking of that. The lead who plays Danny the main female character drives this like I was with her and her emotions oceans throughout all of it Peter Travers actually talks when you see the tears partido smile but she makes the end of the movie and here for me said and references Mooney Serre compared it whatever and <hes> those of you who are would fans. I can carry it more with the phrase in season two. What have you done something terribly expensive because she it was it was beautiful? Perfect art moment that was ozo- creepy and wonderful. I I literally can't wait to see this again like Sharon said there's really no joke skaters at all but yeah it. It's a growing tension that will want it over. You'll feel that released within you want it all over again kind of and if you didn't like hereditary I wouldn't. I wouldn't let that stop you from. Seeing this movie because it's such a different movie than hereditary way and I actually I prefer this. I can't wait to see what he does next. I hold on. I cannot wait. I hope it's not like a night Shawa thing where this is to these down eh pretty awesome yeah but sewer Shamlan first couple movies before all his movies started going to shit because you know I will say that online. I did see this referred to a lot as with man to point now but like a familiar with <hes> we're GonNa go to Christopher Lee original classic wicker man not remake but I don't have a problem with that really because it it is similar to a degree but it's it doesn't anyway I feel pull and I just washed wicker man last night because I had to watch it to compare it to mid summer and <hes> the first time I saw wigger man. I wasn't really a fan of it last night. I did appreciate it more for the comparisons. I think are the fact that it's like a pagan summer ritual festival type thing in in some European small town town and lots of creepy white people and yeah honestly though weaker man good is not great this chip for this ever so much in realized how many musical numbers were in wicker man like the first part of that movie seems like a musical and the songs are not great. I mean it's really not agree. It's kind of Corny it yeah yeah yeah so far that I think that our aster is emerging master of were awfully keeps between this hereditary. I cannot leave see what he does. Nats I even commented a few times I think after we saw a huge Ingmar Bergman fan and smiled on a centers night that kind of look and feel he had that midsummer had that except not an attempt to be fun a lot of good McGee and can't say enough about it were thrown out a lot of good movie recommendations people so right this shit down all right if we're GONNA be talking about is animal comes home so the beginning of the conjuring starts with the amdahl dial in the two college girls and the war ends come in they take the Dow with them because they cannot let this thing in the world. I thought the first animal movie was pretty much total crap. I saw it your you didn't miss much. <hes> the second one I'm Chretien that was okay orphanage. Yes well that one. Yes then you guys explain. The endings reference the first movie that you told me to Washington bed the the orphans in a non go live in this farmhouse yeah oh I have not seen yeah. I think that'll be after watch that this <hes> Halloween but I I did want to see this one because Patrick Will Wilson's in it and I fucking love Patrick Wilson <hes> I will say I do not hate this movie. It's not great. It's kind of fun. <hes> spoilers ahead. If you have not seen this yet not gonNA go into too much detail but if you haven't seen it yet skip this part so the beginning start it out pretty creepy it starts when they said they pick up animal down and they're driving back to their house. Their car breaks down of course in the middle of nowhere and some like back country road and they just happened to stop right in front of this old cemetery in there is a pretty creepy seen their next. They bring the down home. They lock it up in the case. <hes> we get introduced to the Warren's daughter Judy who we you realize has her mother's gift of being able to see dead people. The little girl that Judy I thought was great. She's she's different. I read she's normal. She's a great actor from the other movie because they had a different judy. Oh I'm sure because it's it's usually like Tuesday. Yeah that was yeah. I'm I don't remember who who played that girl but this one is mechanic Greece who actually played one of the younger Tonya harding's in I Tanya so the Warren's they leave to go somewhere overnight and they leave their young daughter Judy with this babysitter Mary Allen who's like the perfect babysitter she kinda. Remind me a lot of Jamie Lee Curtis character in Halloween and then Mary Ellen's wins <hes> friend WHO's kind of a bad influence comes over unexpectedly to snoop around the warden's house and she's interested in looking for like creepy shit of course and we find out later that she has some alterior murder motives as to why she is there <hes> and then without going into too much detail about ends up escaping from her glass box shit gets crazy in fenway over the top really fast I mean there was several scenes with a wall switch. I guess there was an actual story with the Warren's involved some guy who thought he was like a wear wool for possessed by aware o-of I <music> there yeah I I don't know I didn't. I didn't research that story too much but I was like why. Is there a fucking. We're all in this like paranormal demon possession movie. What <hes> those kind we're the movie loss me needed to be toned down like a lot and it had you know kind of like a heavy feel-good ending which was a little sappy but I would say like my biggest complaint was that Patrick Patrick Wilson was not in it as much as I was hoping he would be because he's amazing in Super Hot but whatever <hes> those couple of jump scares most of them were predictable? It was fun so oh you're looking for like a fun summer horror movie with a couple of good jump scares check it out so I did do a little bit of research though on the real animal dial which if you've never seen the real animal it's actually just I already yeah which if you don't know what that is <hes> you probably did not grow up in the eighties because I think every little girl eighties head raggedy Ann doll and as probably every decade prior to the eighties is because raggedy Ann has been around for over one hundred years which I did not know <hes> was according to the Warren's the Real Annabelle is inhabited by inhuman spirit and there really is a warning on the glass in in their house which will is actually now the warrants are all done do museum yes so they now have a museum and it does say positively do not open on on the case and it is <music> said that one Cam Gore who ignored the warnings and taunted the Dow died in a motorcycle crash shortly after being told to leave the museum. I tried to research this to see if it was true and could not find seen any evidence that it was true so I don't know if anyone out there listening knows of this actually happened Tonto dull. We'll get your yearn for that he. He dumped Radi. Andy is Reagan's boyfriend brother. Oh Shit. Are they siblings or are they lovers Nesper no yeah we'll we'll talk Komo time. According to Lorraine son-in-law Twenty Spiro who's also a paranormal investigator wasn't showy think Oh does. He have a show now of course I'm out of the loop. P probably does have a show every no one has a show so the real life animals are we began in one thousand nine hundred seventy when a twenty eight year old nurse named Donna received a ready andile as a birthday gift from her mom okay side note who the fuck gives their twenty year old daughter or a fucking raggedy and Oliver. Maybe she always mind but as a kid and just they didn't have the money or the fabric to make one insulin finally her mind is a horrible Gif. She adult woman okay. Well of Wiltshire will say that so. She got her dream Gift from her mother. She put the down on her bed. <hes> began to notice it changing positions. Sometimes it's legs would be crossed or sometimes adobe laying on it's is the reason I picked her neo. Sometimes it would be doing offer dog. Sometimes it would be kept Cowley or sometimes it'd be standing on its feet there you go. That's almost impossible because it's just basically a bunch of fucking yarn and fabric and terrified cotton that'd be one of the highest Radian is like what's us. She's like Nasty Bitch Yoga yeah so then the girl her roommate remains earn heroics name is Angie began to find parchment paper on the floor even though they did not have parchment paper in their house with messages written on it with things like help me or help us the Dow began moving to different rooms on his own <hes> if they left it on the couch when they would come home later that night it would be laying on Donna's better the door close and at one point it appeared to be leaking blood one day a male friend was taking a nap at their apartment in woke up to the dial staring at him and he felt like he was being strangled. He had a deep scratch wounds on his upper body and I've heard I've read different variations of this story. All of it seems kind of like bullshit. I'm not saying that none of this right right right you know. Some of US may happen. This part here seems is really highly exaggerated to me so I thought maybe intruder was moving the dollar around in leaving the notes but they ruled that out as a possibility somehow in since they had no idea where else to turn they contacted a medium medium and they held the sands and the girls were introduced to the spirit of animal higgins who was a young girl that resided on the property before the apartments were even built. Her lifeless body was found in a field at eight seven where the apartment building now stands hands. The spirit of the young girl told the medium that she felt comfortable with the two roommates in the apartment in wanted to stay with them and split in spoiler. Whenever go says that it's usually usually not it's usually a demon he wants to fuck and take your soul so the roommates gave Annabel permission to inhabit the doll who who the fuck cashiered devil girl common habit is Dow in indeed be our daughter <hes> then things got worse da the words took an interest in the case in contacted data? They came to the immediate conclusion that the dollar itself was not in fact possessed but manipulated by an inhuman presence presence. I'm probably going to see a demon and according to the Warren's website truly the spirit was not looking to stay attached to the dial. It was looking to possess a human host and don't two spears at the Warren's took the Dow and Ed Warren told his wife they should avoid the highway because he was going to be a rough ride home and he was right and this is where the beginning of the movie of Animal Hormone Play Although in the movie was actually will dramatize for right for for enjoyment and at some point he had to sprinkle the animal dial with holy water during the ride home to calm it down and now Annabel is living in the war in the cult museum in Monroe Connecticut which we definitely they need visit someday if for no other reason other than just out of curiosity but yes so that is the story of the actual animal in if you didn't know nine story to be a lot more interesting in the movies which is odd to make movies better material like that I mean I don't dislike the conjuring I love kind during that scared the shit out of me and the conjuring to actually also enjoyed that is the first movie in the hundreds and hundreds of horror movies that I've ever watched. We're actually screened out. Loud in the theater. Yeah second does second gathering. I don't know what it was. I think I too much coffee. Oh I was thinking because we saw insidious two. Oh no no no it was literally just me and my husband's Spencer and there was probably six other people in the entire theater and there is a scene of yeah ah the train was coming out of like the Little Boys T._B.. TAT and then it like turned back around and I knew something there is going to be someone like jumping out or whatever but there was like someone jumping out and then there is like annoys a second labored sound you a really really loud I did not I expected the one jump. The second one caught me off guard. I school creamed. I love the theater in my husband grabs. My arm arm looks at me and he's like Herald. You embarrassed and I like in my life. Had I ever fucking screamed at me before but that yeah I'm GonNa blame the coffee what he's doing. He's not a slouch he does he does because those are pretty scary but <hes> so that is our our suffer movie discussion and so far are it'll be more. We'll bring up some more later or so. You know we have so many other things that we want to talk about and if you have seen any of these movies and you want to write in your comments your critiques you knew more about the the real Annabelle or how if you've been able to successfully fake standing ready to me. She's standing up right. Please share if the Warren's has ever performing exorcism on you. We want to hear about that. You know I don't know anything anything at all that you WANNA talk about. We would love to hear about it and I think that's about it for today many of anything else I don't see midsummer. Oh yeah go see demint summer right now. Do It all right. He poor bring it up. We're GONNA have to change that. Hello is you may notice. The sounds a lot better than what you just heard. This is because we're recording in a studio so if you like the way this sounds you want to hear the rest of our episodes but anyways I just want to say that if you have any ghost stories scary stories or anything else that you would love to share with us we would love to hear it and read it on Horse Talker so you can emails at whores talk horror at gmail.com. You can also follow us.

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The Switch / Molly Hawkey & Melissa Stetten

The Big Ones

1:27:55 hr | 2 years ago

The Switch / Molly Hawkey & Melissa Stetten

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I eat muffins for the rest of my life. If it meant i didn't have to go to school. Would i have satan's child <music>. Welcome as you hi everyone god. I was on my phone and i just had to take a quick text. Wow what was worth. Oh god you're like acting like my teacher. My father acting just like my father. No my dad actually pretty chill about that kind of stuff. Hi everyone and welcome to the big ones each week. We discussed new ethical questions ranging from historical decisions to relationship problems to brain busting moral choices. The problems can be complicated to discuss but they're always fun to talk about because they force you to look deep deep deep with inside yourself. Will you like what you see molly early hockey and melissa stettin yes oh i will. I'm so impressed that you guys have no those parts by heart. I thought you were still reading them. <hes> no i know. It sounds like a couple of years. We did memorize them so guys. We are coming at you from mali's molly's house in los feelers the backyard. That's right so if you hear some ambient traffic noises ambulances police cars karzai copters. There is a a meta. What's it called a helipad nearby. There's a lot of helicopter action but it's such a nice spring spring day out and molly's yard is looking awesome. Thanks how nice what a luxury to have such a a nice yard. Just kind of work work the soil oh yeah. It's out here every day working. No it's not gonna work itself into someone still live the matt trailer yeah. There's an airstream trailer back in the corner and <hes> somebody's lived there for <hes>. I don't know probably eight or nine years does he can cut this out of this too personal swirl. Does he like pay you for being on the land yeah. He contributes to the rent. Wow and i've never met him. Oh you haven't i. I don't have y'all. Let's go and knock what does he do. He's an engineer type person. I don't know what job he has. He's also a student of of some sort does he come out here and use the yard or he mostly stays airstream stays in there and you have a girlfriend or a boyfriend or all kinds he does so they they come in and out in and out always different on that is so each and have you been inside yeah. It's cute. It's kinda retro. It's a yeah he cooks looks in there and starbucks in their his plumbing hooked up to my plumbing so he goes to the bathroom and all that stuff wow and so when you come out into your yard and maybe he's out in the yard you go like hi and then you run back in the house or no we chat we chat. Is there ever been an attraction. Oh no no no sense but why i'm just not attracted to him. Is he attracted to you isn't every clinton that's fair true well. What a night. What a cool cool little thing to have. Yeah it's fun. I like it yeah. It's really neat and you have the space for it and that's a great question about how the girls love it because it's so he has girls like i see different girls often. How old is he. He's like fifty forty five. Oh i thought audie who's going to be highly. Forty-five young fifty never know it's hard to tell these days and so we're hoping fifteen years no no no well when okay so i had an ad up years ago looking for a new roommate there was a picture of my backyard and somebody reached out to me and said. Would you consider putting an airstream your backyard. That guy did it. It's his airstream and he lived there for two or three years but then this guy moved in when he moved out <hes> it's his friend so i don't know how long he's been there. Maybe eight or nine seven five and he's just happy as a clam. I think he's pretty happy tiny house. I think he'd like more space but you know he's got a good the deal is he eighty for l._a. I mean when i was sharing. I lived in utilities pay utility. Oh ooh a great deal. When i was living in town and sharing the one bedroom i was paying four fifty but in west hollywood. We're each playing seven fifty. I know that's crazy and they had a two bedroom while not anymore. I know this is so cheap and at the time we were like might be a little steeper. I think it was like fourteen hundred. I think you're right yeah and that place was awesome. Wow member the member of the <hes> manager. What was his name. He drove his little convertible around. Oh yeah they went over to his his apartment. He made us take his shoes off. Okay i it's. I don't remember any of this actually saw pretending well. I had him confused with my manager and atwater oh mitch which but now i think i don't remember this guy. Okay i remember him. I remember clear as day as long as one of us do some melissa. Did you like that. This is happening in the backyard. Do you think that's cool. I'm really into tiny homes. You are that show tiny home hundreds or whatever it's called. I think it's cool and people can live in tiny spaces <hes> but the thought of me doing it right. I no no like for traveling around like i like that. People live in like arby's and suffer traveling but i think more than a year i might get claustrophobic outdoor space. It could be okay. This is th there's a whole yard right here. It's quiet yeah. I could do it. I could do it yeah if if he asked if you would have me in he would. No no craig feels too. That's too many uh-huh girlfriend and a and a lab chocolate lab in their perk up yeah living in close quarters like that that's hard. I can do it by myself yourself but with someone else are shared a studio apartment when i first moved to l._a. It was crazy. I can't imagine ashen. I can't imagine well guys. Thanks for coming on. It's been great new podcast living situation relation so you guys. Do you have any little big ones that are plaguing your mind of something well i. I don't know if this is a moral quandary <hes> so for my wedding i have not sent thank you cards. Oh ooh <hes> and it's been for months and i keep forgetting and it's overwhelming and at this point. Do i still send them. I have a question for you because you guys asked for charitable donations in lieu of gifts. Yes so does etiquette call for thank. You notes for that what i would think so. I mean we got well. How do you are in the mail that said so and so made a donation. Maria bliss suit you made a donation in your name came to this charity. <hes> we'll get us gifts right even though we told them not to yeah they lose. Everyone else. Look bad too. I know we're just getting them to. Every person came to the way like thanks for coming. Is that what people do. I don't really know. I don't know if you need to send thank us. If if two people that didn't get you gifts chiefs personally. Oh i don't know because honestly got i wasn't even sure and i don't even know if the card came in the mail that said my name was on it because when i made the turtle bull durham nation. I don't think it like told me like i don't even know if it said i don't know how you would know. I made that charitable donation. We got a card in the mail. Okay okay 'cause i like did it and i was like okay. Google this okay okay. We have a whole stack of cards of people who made donations okay and i'm pretty sure i remember seeing okay. We got emails. I have to admit something very terrible. What aside from not making a charitable donation. I honestly an amanda. I'm really sorry about this. I don't think i've gotten a wedding present for anybody in about ever. I don't think i've ever gotten a wedding. Don't you jealous yeah yeah. I know i'm so poor but wedding gifts don't have to cost a lot of money. I don't know you could do something awful like i had one usually usually i usually i usually do engagement voters for people for free. I see <hes> yeah. This is great. Gifts great didn't don't just coming to the wedding because it's an expense right to fly there sibley on top of this sixpence. What about a card do even give them a home. I wasn't expecting any cards in like maybe like ten or fifteen. People gave us hearts. Yeah i bought a card and then had no. There was no point where i was like. I'm gonna give this to them. So there's a there's a wedding card are not filled out that was intended. Radio people gave like candidates cards during the recession like okay yeah yeah. I don't know <hes> you know. I can't really find a clear answer online. <hes> i mean my instinct is like probably i don't know it's hard for you guys because you also hosted everyone at the wedding thing so you guys like <hes> sending you know and you don't want to do think if you were asking like emily post she's saying like yes. You need to send yeah like i feel it's. It's something that's on my mind that i keep remembering. I'm like fuck. I gotta do this. I won't be offended. If you send some <hes> send it now lay tally sent. Thank you cards remedial after her wedding because we donated to her honeymoon fund and we had a car like a month shit i didn't go. We'll use another thing. I didn't go to tallies wedding and new york. It was in my <hes> to get her a gift. Not if you don't attend is she's a friend. You know no. It's not expected yeah. It's not expected. I mean i'm pretty well versed on all the wedding advocate k. Let's hear it well. I'll tell you yeah like a present. I mean if you go the wedding. You're meant to send a gift but it doesn't have to be from someone's registry right but also it's like. We had had a couple people who didn't get us gives. It's fine like it's no one cares. I don't notice from you know everyone. Who did you have a registry. You really notice. I know because because i did all the thank you notes but i wasn't like going like she had a checklist. I wasn't i got a lot of people not like or offend you. Just find us. You know you've been waiting every day. There's a package of us via ladle that number my president yeah worry isn't the best present i sent her a big one of the things on her registry was just a spoon and so i had them send it in big box like a huge gift gift wrapped box and she got it in the mail when i was there i think when you got it wrapped around. That's that's an loosen there. I had to pay like fifteen extra dollars just to get a gift wrapped like that guy nice spoon. I use it all the time. I don't have anything else like it was. What are those with the plastic where you would use it for baking kind of to get like the rim of the beijing as yeah yeah but yeah silicone didn't go so it's so i don't know whether all that wedding etiquette stuff is interesting. You know sometimes it is. <hes> feels like why are doing this in like a handwritten. Thank you notes like it really is a lot of work. It's interesting to that like a wedding is to people right but i do feel like the women are usually in charge of the thank you notes yeah. I did all online yeah yeah wow and why is exactly no so you have to hand write them to. You can't just have one sign it. You can't just have a print <hes> i. I would think that that generation players a website that martin uses when he sends people cards you. I can't remember it's called but you right like you. Send them your handwriting like there's a certain sentences that you right and that has your handwriting put in and so when you want to send a thank you card. It looks like it's handwritten bricked cards that you got in your hotel rooms. It was like welcome to <hes> solving. They looked handwritten. Yeah each sign them with our ax rains and so like i could tell just because i know that it's but it looked really like bats a great handwriting. Maybe you just if you want i also i think like if you don't wanna send thank you notes and you just want to let it go. It's fine but there might be some older relatives who are going to be huffing and puffing about it especially. They got you gifts. Did anyone get you gifts like that. Were like from the older generation no then. I think maybe it's okay. It's okay unless it's eating eating it you where like every day you wake up. You're like <hes>. Should i do those then. It's like well. What's going to give you more peace of mind. Just do them or will you be able to just forget about about it. I think you're gonna like saul. Keep thinking about you. Have that service do it yeah i might but then that can hire person. It could be your that could be your gift. That could be your hours worth of work. That's your tone your atonement. Is that the use of that word tony for all the wedding since the wedding neglect well. You guys remember when i did that. <hes> like gofundme years ago for <hes> the bachelor or your billboard yeah yeah yeah the billboard <hes> i had one of the one of the gifts or something was like a handwritten card from me home at like five dollar level or something like that and i it was on my mind forever and i wasn't doing doing it. I wasn't doing it. I finally did it like over a year later but i finally did it and and it was over and i think yeah you might feel better just doing. I've donated to a lot of gofundme as where i never got. Oh sing really to like. I don't think i care her. I don't no it's not something that i really remember care. If i get a thank you card yeah well. You're not going to get good. What are you worried about but honestly i gotta you know in the mail. I just throw it out like i don't personally really care here. I mean i think what people say about it. <hes> is that that's how people know you got the gift so for someone like me like we donated to a charity online in the guy's name like i was. I same situation as you. I gave you guys a card. I think but i did that because i was like oh. I don't know i think i put their information into. I don't know how they're going to get notified right. So you want to make sure that your gift was received especially these days. A lot of stuff happens online so it's a way of saying i got your gift. I got you girl. I got ya girl. I see you. I see you yeah yeah. I see you. I hear you i'm with you. <hes> we had a weird situation where we had registered for these like knives online on our amazon registry and i saw that like my aunt had bought them but we never received though. I don't know what it she's like oh. These are nice or something that i was wondering but i didn't want to. I don't know i just felt weird about asking in so i just never said anything. I think you could ask. I should've maybe there's no way she ordered them for her. So i don registry. It was her own shopping cart probably should've asked but i thought maybe what had happened is because they got me this gift all of my aunts and my grandma and <hes> what was it that they would. They got me all. They got me a whole bunch of my china which was also kind of an old fashioned thing that we registered for china. I love my china's. Won't i use it to <hes> but they bought me a bunch of china and then they also got the steak knives so i think maybe they forgot about the steak knives and they got put like in a closet or something at their house. Oh wow is in my mind but you gotta find him using them. I hope someone is get a metal detector over to your closet. I can't wait to bring that thing out here that metal detector yeah i mean let's make it a party and everybody could be digging did we and then everybody bring their own trowel talking about the metal detector on oh well what molly was saying is the people who lived here before sits on air it was i don't think so i can cut this out if when i look back but you'll like to know although molly said that the people that lived here before buried treasures in the backyard worth around fifty thousand dollars now there's a there's a a ring the apparently is worth a lot and i've got a metal detector so i'm itching to get over here but there's also world war two relics and i'm worried there's rene okay. Why are the world to roller because the guy of the woman that lived here was dating a house burglar. The place was gonna get raided so she buried read a bunch of shit in the backyard and now that guys in prison and he had stolen world war two rela. I guess so because i i didn't ah the kid okay so the child that grew up here the told me this story. He didn't tell me what they had buried <hes> so then i but he did tell me about with this ring so i'm always i always kept my open for this ring while gardening and stuff like that but then i ran into him one day and he he's like i forgot to tell you know i got back up because because one when gardening i found a round iron ball i was like is this explosive. What is this <hes> and then. I asked her figured it out. It was a a a cannonball a submarine cannonball so what'd you do with it. Where is it my brother took. It is very very heavy and solid iron <hes> so then i ran into this this guy at the store and he's like oh. I forgot to tell you there's world war. Two relics buried back there to france so that was confirmed now. What if there's grenades. That's what i wish. We had a bomb while digging <hes>. I don't think that's maybe what i don't think he stole bombs do do they know where in the backyard so big. He didn't know and he said if you find the ring you're welcome to the coordinates. Wow so what a nice guy wow wow what is it. I'm so excited molly. We'll have a treasure hunt day. I do yeah that'd be great. If you hold the <hes> metal detector and then you go around and every time it beeps somebody will have like a party and everybody brings her on travel and then <hes> you locate the spots and then everybody will be digging. That's great you're going to have to you're getting yourself elvington trouble though because you're going to have to commission all these people if you find that diamond ring everyone's gonna let everybody gets a flat fee. Okay we'll put it in their pocket and it was like i didn't find on survivor asking for the immunity idol remembered were you there at the beach. I had my metal detector and that who is using metal detector at the beach and someone came up to me. It was me and lisa shields. I i don't know person came up to me. They saw us use them out attorney. He said excuse me excuse me. My wife just lost her wedding ring. Can you help us and we found it. Well <hes> thank god. I know thank god i was there. Why do people always lose their wedding running rings at the beach because their hands are corey slippery <hes> probably because they they're free thereby the they take off their worldly belongings and they saw him interesting well. I hope we whatever you do. I hope it works. I think you should just do it so you don't have anxiety about it and i think about the rest of my life yeah yeah well also okay. This is the thing so like with my wedding. Thank you notes. I wrote him when i had to specify like thank you so much for the toaster. I used to just this morning to make avocado toast. Wow it was so wonderful but because you everyone gave you returnable donation yeah you could still use that program and make it feel customer. Thanks so much for coming and donation yeah and then just sign it. Yeah it'll be easy. We just do that. Yeah i think you can do it. You'll do it and take your time like you know. Take me like a year and a day. I hope view as a gift. Thank you your tone moments. <hes> we should do our ask so you hey guys. This is what's up okay. I just have to say though according to add a kit. You have two to three weeks <hes> to send out. No it says to okay within three months of your nuptials yeah you. You're right on the little late okay but but i don't know not that late also you don't have to do. It has no dog loose right so you guys look we need you or do you guys want to do it somalia. I don't know if you're listening to the show or do you do yeah the liar you donate to the patriots you will or else we will stop doing this. Show is that right yes and then you will write a great review and give us five stars otherwise the show will not exist anymore. Are you will tell five friends about this. Show and tell them good things and not the bad parts. Don't talk about the godzilla up good people. It was okay. Thank you melissa. I was on twitter with paul tompkins talking about how great of an episode it was really really high haters yeah. Hi haters this week because we were a little bit. I'll just say i am a little bit tired today. Yeah so. I was like oh we were like oh. What should we do due for this episode and i was like maybe we just do another episode them. We luckily found you ladies so i'll just read a go no no i. I was just going to read a couple reviews. I love <hes> some five-star reviews. If you guys go on review they might get read on this and i'm gonna say that since we've done these male centric asks and i called him bail centric because we give them we do them in a very demanding banding way which is masculine yes that we have gotten more patriots subscribers and more reviews that we've ever gotten before me 'cause we're doing doing premium content and if you are paying money for this literally what are you doing that. It's one that one law tae that you're buying yourself a week. Make if you put that money. Make your coffee at home. Make your damn call me at home. Give that money to patriot and you're getting two bonus episodes. I right every time you say bonus. At this podcast. I've listened to since you guys said that every male pat podcast they always upfront fronts spend two to three minutes talking about go to my website go to this. I'm on tour go to this. Subscribe to the every single podcast hosted by a man does do it and that's what i was telling you on sperm cast. The day i was like molly is so nice. She's like you don't. I know that it's really hard to donate aggressive. You have to make them. I think they've already done it if you don't do it then you're gonna do it yeah. You don't can't keep up with the giants here patriot. Probably it's a both of the ladies. Has your life really come up since its manifestation station. You need to put out money to get what you want in life spend money to make money. I'm very successful because of the dollar. I give you guys every month. That dollar does not go on notice thank you. I've never gotten a thank you card twelve dollars that she's he's giving you a cobra over time after a couple of years. You should have just bought me the play jokes on you all right engagement photos. If you want maybe next time you can take my pregnancy photos. If i ever ever yeah and then you also get me a baby shower the f. though because that's the wedding gifts i've never i never do you always gifts are more important than what i always give newborn photos and and in a car you give them the baby shower and you go. This is good for one molly hockey. Yes that is is what i do. Oh that's very sweet money. That's very seem kamali how much time it takes you a newborn shoot three hours physically baby fall waking up and screaming and crying and they you have to nurse and then okay. I'm not gonna that's great molly. That's great. It was harder. I know that's that takes that takes more time than buying a spoon you i really appreciate that and the monetary value hundreds and hundreds of dollars fifty dollars <laughter> there you go and do you. Do they tip you though now they should tip the show you they should send me think they should and they should be. This is a never ending cycle. Thank you card for your things. Yeah yeah keeps going back yeah. They should tip you. I think they should i wouldn't take <hes> i it would be nice for them to say try but if it's the gift it's the gift gift gift i wouldn't want it. They give you about if they want me to retouched like ten photos. No you do what about the retouching to it but that's too much what is too much chump. I love babies. That's too much. Your work is worth money. Yeah that's true. You need to start charging this. This is why i'm poor you guys. Don't ask on your patriot on for more money and you don't you. Don't ask for more money for your work molly. You could be billionaire right now in all these diamonds in your backyard in your backyard that if you started charging more and you forcier listeners to donate to your patron that you would find that diamond ring sort of patriotic for the diamond ring <hes> cert- oh lord to pay for the time it'll take you to find the diamond ring. That's a lot of digging though just manifestation is from from my understanding of what that means yes. Here's a five star okay. Yes good girl. I is that what it's called the title it's laser i did it. My friend pam quotes. I've never had vietnamese food before. I wouldn't know what to order me. No worries reese. I got you girl and we had a great lunch. What oh we were supposed to do or i got. You girls assignments did you do oh okay so while you didn't listen. You say there's but i think you are oh. She has listened. I've listened to about half. Let's fair okay. Let's go l. so all of them. Thank you melissa. You don't have to listen. That's fine checks. I do hear a lot of in it sometimes yeah so in last in the godzilla episode <hes> basically i set a story about when i was at disneyland sorry for everyone hearing this again and i was at disneyland disneyland. I was behind a woman. It was my little big. One was behind a woman who had the seat cover from the toilet. Oh hanging off her her pants. It was like an older older woman. Her issues there with her daughter but her daughter had gone to the bathroom with the sun so i knew that the daughter was gonna come back and see it and then go like mom. Take that thing off so i didn't insane because that's such a big thing to say like you've got it wasn't just toilet paper was the seat cover and then the girl behind me tapped her on the shoulder and said you've got a little something and the woman turned around so embarrassed and she was beside herself and the woman behind me literally just went. I got you girl and it was like the perfect thing to say to this woman because she kept saying she kept going like girl. I got you. I got you girl. It was just it was the perfect perfect way to go like don't be embarrassed. Let's move on. I got you so. Did you have an art than we were trying to say. We love that so we're really adopting that phrase taking it to heart and then this last week we were supposed to have. I got you girl moment but i didn't have any. I did talk a couple of people they had food on. Their faces wasn't murray aria no but i was just i who to all your face. I told my husband he had something in his beard but i didn't say i got you girl to that. Yeah i told my mom. She had something in her teeth. But did you say i got you girl onto your mom so i i just didn't have the opportunity really to do so this week trying to yeah i'll try to it's only when somebody somebody is something embarrassing. Happening is when you when you help someone out and it's you just want to let them know it could be as far you could be this if you're behind someone buying a coffee but although i know our patronage <hes> patriots subscribers aren't buying coffee anymore because they're making it home of it like cedar shorter dollar. You handle madari dr go. I got you girl don't even worry about even if it's a boy then you go i got you. I would you like i got you. I got you. I got well. Can we say girl okay but that might be patronizing to him. You know like in some way because it's like why. Are you making fun of like like i got you girl. It's like dude. I'm like this. It's the i got. Let you challenge. It's the challenge we should start post challenge five people the i got you girl yeah people tweet in there. I got someone did someone tweeted tweeted in that they had a. I got you girl moment <hes>. Do you want me to read that to <hes> silence well. I have a question while at silent. Did you feel bad after you didn't help. That woman was the thing i felt. I felt bad but then again. I was like in my head. I was like it's gonna be more embarrassing for her her for me to tell her then for her daughter to be like hey or like just so like i was just waiting for her daughter to come back if she would have been alone or something i would have done it but but i knew their family unit. Was there together at looking back. Don't you think you should have told her well now i would. I got you girl for one hundred percent. I got you girl. Would you have touched it no i i might have taken it out without her noticing. No molly's purse you. It's a little bit just her. What are you taking from me but it's like one of the most embarrassing racing things in the world to be hanging off. It's worse than toilet paper only if there was like coupon it okay so this is from ellen walsh on twitter she said o._m._g. A woman next to to me tripped and i caught her. She was legit beet red but i was like gotcha girl yep. That's a good one is a really good one. That's good okay. Here's another review one of my favorite podcasts from shaw. I love listening to the big ones and i'm driving. When i'm driving or doing idol work a man emory are hilarious and i love their dynamics with all the guests love at the podcast is structured but still funding casual. I could listen for hours. Oh <hes> the and then there's some some more five stars faith pod louder please. This podcast ruled marine. Amanda are comedic geniuses. Wow lee chaib stars for content but please make it louder. It's so quiet and i don't want that's multiple people saying louder. I want it louder. I don't know your podcast in your car and get slow it. It is yes. Are you just not at all your recording at a good level so that it doesn't peak out but you have to raise it up a little bit afterwards. Yes asked when i'm listening to podcasts in the new year's always way quite oh my god. Maybe turn it up when you're editing yeah. I can't record it any louder. I think it's just when the output when you're just might be turned up as it unlistenable no. No you just have to turn the volume up more than i than my car and so when i'm driving sometimes sometimes i can't hear it very well and i have to like hold my god. I'm so embarrassed so you need to do the levels and post. Are you going to try that this time. She's it's a little too wordy. It's gross into this and then you'll hear it in your recording. Were right. Go union. Normalize it to negative six just do that. You telling 'em editing right now. This i'm editing right now and i just heard molly. Tell me calm is negative six molly's that you are you talking to me. I wanted to give you a little <hes> help editing. What are you doing in my computer. Get out <hes> okay well old point taken and see. That's another good thing for reviews because i was a five star review. It was constructive criticism. Yes thank you so much one more the best. I'm giving this five stars because it's the best if you have any further questions. Please call me directly think that's what they said. That's pretty cute well. Are we ready to go to the big big one yeah okay. I don't know if i actually i'm not gonna say anything. Oh my gosh we have to figure it out what it is before and just so you know this. This is unabashedly one of my favorite movies. Maybe not one of my favorite movies. I thoroughly enjoyed watching pelican brief. That's on a mind. I've never seen it. Oh good tastic film tom credential washington. Julia roberts <hes>. You have a pinned okay. Everyone ready newspaper. Did it come out. Maria goodwin ninety four it. I would have said that <hes> i watched that movie under the best setting actually the only place to watch that movie it was in a cabin in the game room in a leather recliner where we take place in a newspaper thing. Is it out of about one about with matthew. Makaay your mississippi burning. I don't know what she's thinking of using of the lincoln lawyer. She's a lawyer. Player is the newspaper. I don't remember newspaper this podcast the movie worth oh anyway. I don't wanna get into it. Can you just someone tell me if there's a newspaper in the pelican brief someone reading a newspaper. I was under the impression that took place place in a newsroom but i know you're a member. I think you're wrong about that. It's about a folder that she finds and <hes> there's oh maybe oil oil oil oil in the pelican. Who's the pelican who's the brief. The brief is the folder the pelican it's it's pallet about the pelicans getting oil in there always it really sounds familiar julianne to wash them down with don so i'd watch that little baby ducks and stuff. It might be about that. I go something like that all right okay ready. Ah you are neurotic. Thirtysomething man named wally mars your b._f._f. Kassie larson hasn't found loved yet and wants a baby maybe and has decided to use a known donor to inseminate herself. You offer your spur but she says you're too neurotic. She has an insemination party hardy and is going to use the sperm of a handsome athletic man named roland. You don't like roland and you think he's jerk. At the insemination seven-nation party you take a pill and accidentally spill role and sample in the sink and make the rash decision to replace it with your own sima even the next day you don't remember cassie inseminator self and then moves away to raise her baby six years later she comes back to reconnect connect with you you meet her child sebastian and he's a tiny version of you a little neurotic boy it all comes rushing back angie. Oh grows to appeal to cassie what you did six years ago and risked her being mad at you and losing her her forever not to mention. You're in love with her and she's dating roland. Yes you're right. This will the millionaire. I don't know about that. Yes it's the switch with jason bateman and jennifer k. Yes i've seen the thoroughly enjoyed this move. I like this movie. I really liked this movie this. It's based on a short story and they turn it into a movie in the marketing getting was really bad and it like but it was really funny. Jeff goldblum's in juliette lewis in their very fun supporting characters. I wanna see and for anyone he doesn't isn't no this is specifically resonant for molly because molly has a podcast called sperm cast in she's <hes> you know looking for a sperm donor to inseminate nate herself and melissa has been helping her look through the donors yeah so so you guys are very the you're the you're the expert. We're experts very relevant to my life yeah yeah. She's looked for many donors for other people. Yes she has. We're that people trust my judgment uh-huh i would trust your judgment. Hi guys it's amanda and i'm maria. 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I s. again twenty percent off your first purchase visit native deodorant dot com and use promo eerie of its promo promo code so off the bat first impressions of this whole shebang so you understand so they're like best friends. She doesn't want his baby. She's specifically said i do not want. I want your baby erotic yea which is an odd reason to give right and if they're best friends she must like him. I think so but she says you know you have. She thinks that she doesn't she doesn't wanna sperm yeah. He's a jason bateman into a little bit short. I would take his yeah yeah well if you had because i've seen him in person yeah well listen. I mean <hes> catchy. Larson is kind of the other guy is played played by what's his name hat-trick dempsey. No uh-huh patrick wilson <hes> federal dempsey. I would want his. I'm dr mick dreaming. He's the dark haired patrick wilson. He's a brooding patrick wilson. He's the golf off girls patrick wilson so we've you guys first off. Would you pick as i sperm donor bateman or wilson wilson wilson why y health. Do you know like the epitome of hell he does. He is very in shape. I just like it. He's more attractive to me. Jason bateman very like basic. I in real life. I'd leave protracted jason bateman sure but for sperling too handsome for me like i just don't like them so maybe that's what kassy's problem was is. It's like i like jason. I like mars. What's his name <hes> <hes> wally mars. I like wally by she didn't want to spur of his name. I e patrick wilson okay. I watched aquaman is he. He's an and he's playing a merman. No he's in the. I've never been more turns off gusts. Eh it's the crazy. I watched that movie. I've never seen anything like it is on the tail tale rocking out okay so the way i'm imagining it he yes he has now. I think about it. No he does just an underwater man. Does he want fancy walk underwater. No one's legs doing the he has legs so he has your merman well. What else do you call us. He's another one of the oh uh-huh. I've never been more shocked and you while you were so turned off then. If you didn't have imagine patrick wilson synder water his whole face in harassment come out of his gone. He's like like white blond hair like like a collegiate anyway. Can we see co. Oh you bubbles come out of his mouth when he talks. I don't even think that i think it you know as long as he has legs. I can just imagine him floating around underwater very blonde hair. Ill his body <hes> our god he's wearing. I was not expecting him doobie wearing armor. I thought he was going to be bare. Chest body my mind. He's like one of the mermen met in little mermaid confusing i in my mind he did have been i do realize now that swim underwater with all that august welcome to ask him they walk underwater now they float as lamela jason memo's author on <hes> oh and his he's got a beard. Though was that floating in the water. Everyone's floating. How did they do that. I wonder i don't know on the walk on landlord appeared on land. Not patrick not patrick wilson. He's only an underwater boy. I would enjoy seeing patrick dempsey as underwater berman <music>. Honestly i honestly would. I think he'd be good under water. I think i'm taking bateman sperm. I've if i don't like i'm not really that attracted to patrick wilson yeah. He's just he looks like an athlete. I like an athlete. I also like okay so this is the thing okay so wally is not only neurotic. He's also pessimistic and self absorbed. He's also a germaphobe and stuff and she doesn't want her best friend sperm. She thinks that's going to be complicated conflict but she's moving away. She doesn't know that i know yeah. Oh so off the bat. <hes> would you if you did this thing. That's pretty i i think this movie got a lot of heat when it came out because it's a pretty vile thing to do well but they try to <hes> justify it by having a take a pill but i remember it i think because it's based on a short story that it forgives it because everyone everyone thinks that stories give more leeway to stories than they do to movie. That's obviously it's not a good judgment. It's not moral to switch out the sperm but once if you've done it. Do you have an obligation to tell your friend who's already pregnant. Yeah you do yeah so yeah. I have a million reasons why he should tell okay. Let's your number the number one just so that the kid knows who the biological father is okay number two this. This is cassie. She's single still. She's looks like jennifer aniston but she's not oh while she was playing a character yet. It's cassie. It's not generally. Does she want to be married or does she want found the right guy. She's like molly later. She dates roland so she moves away for six years. When she comes back she she reconnects with roland. Enrolling thinks that sebastian's son oh but then but he's looking at this little brown haired kid this little dempsey and he's going what that's doesn't look like mine now molly water as an expert. What are some of the other issues this genetic mutations. Is that the kid the dad might have passed onto the care. <hes> you know or maybe the the debt is a has a lot of alcoholism. I'm or anxiety depression. Whatever you house all mom would wanna mom would want to make changes in the kid's life so that those things might not end up hurting the kid later sugar. Don't let your kid drink just like oh yeah. Make sure the kids aware of you know. I don't know the dangers of becoming an alcoholic yeah. All children should know that. I think that there is a way to raise the kids to be less cereal cereal. You'd wanna like make sure the kid had the proper emotional tools to triggers and how i made you would want to be an example of have healthy healthy lifestyle choices. Don't drink the second glass of chardonnay. Mom going through your bedroom where you know jen not doing that. She's drinking her smart water. She's using her of you know and then that he's writing about that's right or if you know the dad carried some sort of genetic mutation like any of them cystic fibrosis protests or any of those things maybe she would want to make sure that the kid doesn't have any of these years that might pop up later on right so you think morally. It's the right thing to do yeah and even after six years. You don't feel like that would be ruined everything for her. You know yeah it would ruin everything for the guy but fuck him. He's the one that did the wrong what he was messed up. Yeah what okay what if he didn't tell her everything would stay the same same. There'd be no drum. Ignorance is bliss a big proponent in figgy twenty three and me years later and then find out well so this is actually an interesting social experiment like if you were like if i was raised thinking that my mother was like who's like the epitome of a health and a woman like like joan rivers health in a woman who's the rivers uh-huh jennifer lopez race thinking. My mom was jennifer lopez. It and i might think like my mom jennifer lopez beautiful. I'm strong you know and then later when i find out my real mom is cure. Nightly what's wrong. She's just not that stroke who so and you wouldn't want your mom to be lindsay. Lohan lindsey lo han noted so you at thirty sued still jennifer lopez. Your moms like what listen she's amazing. She looks stellar betty. White is super old yeah. She is sold converted that i'd rather have her as a mom. Why do we can still have children if you you know what the funniest part of this movie just for the sidetrack sidetrack city. Let's take a ride with me to sidetrack city. Yes please <hes> how much the cost. It's free and bring a plus. Well of course yeah okay are you guys buckled up ballots go. We go meet me here. We they go to the bathroom. You get this unblock when you're in my view refrain of this movie. Is that the little boy way 'cause he's like he doesn't have a father in it and you can see like he wants more of a family unit and jason bateman starts babysitting him because the mom is working a lot and and so he's in the little boys room and he surrounded by you. Remember this part in there's all these framed pictures and he goes and he goes who's that and the little boy roy moore. He's like that's my uncle. I say that's his brother and he turns it over. I forget how he finds out but it's the stock photo you buy in the frame you know and the little boy has them all over his bedroom but he's he thinks there is family. That's sick okay. Mom let him do that yeah but he'd likes to buy the frames with the people in it and put them around isn't it. What would you do molly. If your kid wanted to do that slowly not not really what it's nice use of imagination okay if the if he drew on them or something did something fun with them otherwise entire hear them to replace it with something the kid would be more interested in photography pictures of me dinosaurs and dinosaurs uh-huh replacing things. Let's switch sides for a minute and put ourselves in the shoes of capac- larssen retire. I'm already there. Oh it feels good. It feels good at the top. Would you ever heard your best friend. If you found out that they did this who who he will yes i know but wouldn't you feel so betrayed. Yes he did forget until until this moment right yeah. Oh forgot until this until he meets the kid but then takes them a while to spill the beans the day no he doesn't. I remember the day it's unclear. I think he thinks something weird happened but he doesn't different. If if you remember to the next day and has been holding onto this for six years and didn't say anything that's fucked fucked up but if he just realized oh yeah this is i mean in the guilt would like if it's an honest to goodness mistake <hes> then i would be able to forgive. How could that be a mistake because he was. He was high on whatever pill someone gave him. I know but is that i mean not it also already telling you didn't like your donor and he was wanting to donate and so it obviously came from place he still did it. Even though no he was on the pillar but if she loves the kid obviously in if the kids great and it doesn't have any problems than i don't see the problem when the kid is neurotic. Nick is iraq like code for some therapy for it just means. They wash their hands a lot of alexa bro. I'm i'm totally forgive him. But it was a person you would forgive him. I would call the police i would highly. Why what was that to jail. <hes> yeah i would say this man swamped out my sperm. So what can we do about it and see but over time you you know you. He's your frankie but amanda hold on a second back up. Can we back up because right now. You're thinking mrs just a guy what if this was you didn't marry matt right. Matt was your best friend right and then and then you moved away and you came back and now you're starting to see the sparks fly or whatever and matt's the one who did what sparks that you love matt. That's not really what's happening though she does. They fall in love later. Though oh i think he told oh yeah they are sparks are flying. I guess by that point. Maybe you're kind of happy about it. Yeah i think by that point you love the kid and plus. You like the guy allot if that's matt you like the guy a lot and you trust him and you know that he didn't do this with malice in his heart. If it's matt it's uh-huh my god. I've never seen this amandas punch of touching leaves. If it's matt i would've wanted that sperm from the top okay well. That's what someone else else. Who's someone else that i've kind of had a will. They won't they with for a while. You still have a will show. We all yeah he's. He's always like my friend johnny. No no sure well. Let's use johnny though because they are very very close. Can you imagine saying no like like i hate you johnny. I can't believe you did this fucking asshole. I'm sending you to the police sending you your car and drive to the police now and you guys know johnny. It's johnny maze from the would not be able to look at him ever again if i saw him in the eyes of your son. Oh i think against kind of wild that you guys aren't more upset. If i see i mean it's a pretty cool store. You probably get a book deal scud mosa such the entrepreneurial advantage of you know you take advantage of the situation if you're kassie larson. That's exactly what you do i know. I don't think i'm not getting with him. I'm pissed me. I'm pissed. He didn't know he did it. He did it just because he took he made a series of bad choices and it wouldn't have done that if he was sober doesn't matter to me. Is that an excuse for you. Guys like aside for a while yeah. It wouldn't be easy. It would take like six months probably over but you were. I thought you guys were like no big deal. I know what it wouldn't take years. It would nauseated yeah yeah it. Would it be crazy. I would go to have to go to therapy yeah. It would disrupt my whole life but then later you'd marry him. Well yeah yeah. If i was like okay with it. You love someone that did that even if it was in a time where he was not himself also what pill just as he took a pill. Was it like ecstasy zero forget i did. I've seen it a long time ago so i can't remember but also this just been drunk it will it wasn't uphill typically took a pill and it was at her party and it was given to him. I don't know how you say well that jerk off that fast in the diane sawyer what he had at a picture of diane sawyer and then he jerks off. I know it's a funny music also show patrick wilson drinking. No unfortunately i'm sorry does it do. They show that there is a scene in the been actually interesting like underwater well well. You could never turn off underwater knowing more of a barracuda. We do a little just to see how hard this issue. We do a little role play as to yeah the coming out with the information yeah definitely so we have <hes> there are a lot of us here yes so we have one who who wants to be cassie not me. Do you want to be patrick. Wilson look like patrick wilson. We need a jason bateman. We cassie you. Can i think i should meet jason bateman just because you're humor yeah because my sense of you. You're jason bateman okay. Do you want to be cassie ossie sure and then all be the waiter. The kid kid wally. Patrick wilson couldn't okay then. I'm patrick patrick wilson. I'm i'm jason bateman your hassi and your the child later okay at dinner kassian our dinner okay okay. You guys are dating yeah. Oh and then you're gonna come in okay and i'm editor to hurt yeah. Okay okay here we go. What's his name sebastian really yeah. I know whoever did the names on. This movie was really knocking it hard of leg. This is what this character is. His name is wally wally. Mars fancy of amanda roller is all right and action best where you haven't bass have the bass the only thing i like. I'm a neurotic yeah. Leave them alone. Oh roland and leave me alone pass. What's the matter bud other. We're having a good time tonight. Just let me sit my tea all right. Hey hey did you wash your hands. I wash my hands. I have my pierrot right here. You guys are so alike. Hey hey hi hi <hes> cassie. Hey oh mate wally beeman psycho. Oh yeah i just <hes> i were having dinner. Yeah i'm just on. I was on a business dinner over there. Oh my god cassie. You look amazing. You guys join us automobile. I just love so i'd love to just all just pull up a chair. That'd be great sure man. How's it going nice to see. That's quite a grip goes. Hey sebastian yeah but what's up. Could you not touch my hand please. No i don't like to shake hands. Yeah that's right. No i don't want to be nice is my very good friend. What gauley <hes> high do you want. A little hand. Sanitizer made loved so that's it's a pretty cool star wars. T. shirt thinks <hes>. I love the force the oh yeah yeah cool. I love star wars. Do you like star wars rowland rowland. Oh hate it hate. Its worst yeah. He doesn't like saifi. He likes rom com. <hes> twenty seven dresses. Is that what it's called twenty. Oh the devil wears product like he's really my fav- babia. Hey we should watch that tonight. <hes> okay awesome what's wrong wally. I just remembered member something. Oh shoot new wally and kassie on the couch cassie. There's something i need to tell you. What is it you know when you had that insemination party. Yeah what is it what's wrong you coming to bed anytime yeah yeah. What's second second fucking hate it. What were you saying when i was going to the bathroom. I spilled rural ins sample. What do you mean by sample his slowed. What do you mean by load his semen. I see what you mean by. Seamen jews always give you spilled his jesse. You're sick. Take me to say jazz and you weren't gonna stop until i got there guilty. Here's sick woman and <hes> it washed down the sink and then i replaced it with my dj is. Is this a prank. I'm i'm dead serious and i feel really bad about it. Wait a minute. If that's sperm went down the sink then who've sperm went up mice mice. That'd be mine no so sebastian's. No you like yeah what is going on how you feeling right now. I shut sure up and see similar. What was were you mad. Tell her that you didn't that. You didn't remember member until just now what i did. Remember until just now are you do not remember until just now the jerk off in a vial. I took a pill in them pitching this but why does he do it. Well he takes. A pill is took a pill wally. I did you know me. I never take pills true. I think he is. I don't know but okay so good that was everyone really got started off real rocky though because he ended rocky too yeah yeah i would be. I would be concerned yeah. There is don't leave. I would not believe him. Maybe you'd have to go straight for genetic tests. How do you remember are now six years ago how'd you why are you remembering this now. But then you could see the kid and then you just know that it was a montage of like the times oh yeah does the the same exact thing. Do they do that. In the movie i don't think so but make movies mel both watching star wars at the same watch the switch you guys. It's really good yeah. It's been a long time. I'll watch casey. You guys are forgiving him and i'm sending him to the slammer. It's gonna take a while yeah yeah. It'll take a while but this is only under under the condition that he was in a mental state. It's like if someone did a crime of passion. You know forgive that yeah. What if they murdered you well. I wouldn't be there to forgive exactly someone else. If it was a crime of passion you could forgive that the courts do well not really you'll serve time. It's just manslaughter or second degree murder right. That's how i degree murder so it's lesser so but still bad well isn't that what he's in for in the the shawshank redemption and he's not so bad. Tim robbins right well. It's obviously this is now bringing me back to that matthew mcconaughey movie <hes> now. I couldn't remember the name of the pelicans earlier. It's the guy no it's the <hes> he's a lawyer royer lincoln lawyer no no matthew mcconaughey confused me yes. Yes i totally about my own. I was talking to contact. This is one. This is maybe too heavy for us to even tackle. Why okay so it's not lincoln lawyer. It's called a time to kill. A black man accused of murdering two white men who raped his ten year old daughter okay okay. This is murder them <hes> yes. It's no no no no. It's <hes> sandra bullock. Yes uh-huh. She likes to six thousand ashley judd okay so this is matthew mcconaughey razia monologue six eight seven <hes> ninety six. Oh damn girl wow. I see i can see it so clearly <music> so do we have a big on yes of course so e mailed it. We resolved that yeah. Okay emailed it to you and in me see i have your block very funny. Okay dear big ones. I'm a gal living and working in the diverse dreamy and torius difficult to the city of san francisco. My boyfriend is thirty nine soon to be forty and dime twenty eight soon to be twenty nine. I'm a relatively really attractive and mildly successful gallon tech and he's a brilliant handsome devil albeit a bit of an oddball and we've been in an exclusive monogamous relationship for a year and a half hold for airplane helicopter at the police. Is it get amanda sperm. Go out jason. House keys have been exchanged. We spend all of our free time together. Important holidays included. I have met the parents the whole nine yards. Here's my dilemma amongst a couple of red flags of big. One that sticks out to me is his extreme unwillingness to consistently communicate specifically has feelings for me. The man won't tell me how he truly feels for the life of him getting him to say i love you feels like giving a cat a bath breath writing me a heartfelt note in greeting card is allegedly painful for him to do so much so that my valentine's day card came a whopping ten days late after having a bake for him to do it to add insult to injury he purposefully spelled my name wrong on the front of the four sentences inside the card reads. I appreciate ritchie when you try to make dinner nagging me on what is supposed to be a love note what gives despite these for mentioned red flags since our very first date. I thought to myself that this is the man. I meant to mary but sadly things like this. Make me feel unsettled unsure amanda and maria. How important is it for a romantic partner to communicate communicate their feelings for you and right you love notes irrevocably yours t oh well a quick question <hes> in the beginning there. They are happy together all the time <hes> yes. She doesn't really say she says <hes> their ages and they are both have professional careerist <hes> and they've been in a relationship for a year and a half. They spent all their free time together. She doesn't say if they're happy. Otherwise hold is the guy again thirty nine. He's thirty nine. She's about to be twenty nine so they have a ten year age gap <hes> yeah. It just seems like she doesn't say there's any other red flags other than the so what everyone's thoughts. I have strong thoughts. It's but go ahead <hes> well. I wonder if they first of all. I wanna say couples therapy. <hes> i think would really benefit you guys. I also think reading up on the love languages what really what are the what are those again so there's words of affirmation which it seems like this woman or or a woman or man this woman or man <hes> wants oh yes. She says she's a gal <hes>. I'm a gal okay. This woman wants towards formation. Then there's some gifts which can be you know get gifts of sentimental value or whatever <hes> and then there's physical touch which is like shh acts of affection <hes> and then there's acts of service which means like that's one of mine too. That's like making coffee. Maybe taking my car to get a car. Wash <hes> taking your car to like doing acts of services the love language of mine but it's your car yeah like if someone went out of their way to like go be like hey you want me to go. Take your car for a car. Wash valid means so much to me but i thought you were saying you take it to get a car. No no i wouldn't know someone else. You're doing it for your car. Say love language. It's it's what you appreciate it. Not how you express your love. Those can be different but a lot of times what the way you want. It is how you're also able to give. It sounds like this guy struggle with words about formation right right. Yeah yeah yeah so. Would you say that if he fulfills another one of those couple are couple of those other things that he he is in fact invested in this relationship and loves her as well but is not able to use his words <hes> if if those other things are not fulfilled. Would you say that he's a young then he might be yeah yeah. I think that doing other things things that express love for you that it's probably what he likes. He's expressing it that way like is he's super affectionate. I'm does he do a lot of stuff for you like the acts of service. Does she like go all out and give you a big gift. Sometimes like that stuff might be the way he shows love but there's obviously regardless. They have a communication issue yeah. That's the thing i mean. It is a big deal when people can't communicate with one another. I mean that's why war start honestly. It's like if you can't communicate then you really you know the the foundation is shaky and so a lot of fights and everything's start from just miscommunication so if you don't have that under control then you know you're setting yourself up for some rocky times. That's not to say that it can't i mean it seems like if he really loves you then going to couples therapy or figuring bring out why it's so hard for him you know some people it just doesn't come naturally to them and some people feel really embarrassed but if it's something you want and you need that he needs is to learn how to facilitate that for you i agree. I was horrible at communicating like all my relationships until the one. I'm in now where like not so bad as i wouldn't write. Cards are like ten days late but like i just didn't really know how to kind of embarrassed due out or like saying my feelings whereas martin is like so good at all that stuff yeah but i've definitely learned how to do it within the past three years. It's just something you have to teach yourself. It's not and didn't come naturally to me like my no-one hugged me as a child no-one dinner thing for me so i had to that was just my unnatural state was like like oh. It's like it's weird touch. Don't touch your hugging people. I like like i feel like i've just changed and he's i used the guys hold thirty eight thirty nine. I mean he can do that now. Alex start doing it now. Yeah okay so yes to all of what what you're saying but the alternate of this is that he's just not feeling it as much yeah and that's that i feel like i've i was in a relationship like like this for a very very long time and fought really really hard for it and <hes> the guy loved me but he wasn't the right person for me does is he in us. John sperm cast right. Dan dan is he in relationship now and does he act that way toward yeah. It's the same type of thing it seems to me. Feels feels like it's like e for sure you probably wasn't the right person for you but like i think he also added to that by not working on himself off and being able to give you what you needed because all that takes is a little work relationships are like it's like you fall into a relationship and you're like well. This is perfect. Let's go it's constantly kind of trying to find a balance between two people and so if someone's if she's happy for the most part in other parts of the relationship and she really does love this guy then you know of course you need to figure out if he's on the same page is her but it and if he is that he needs to be aware that he does have to have to not change. It's such a bad word to say in a relationship but he does have to work at what he's not gonna. Well i think yeah. I actually think that's an interesting point. Molly is like you. This person needs to figure out what it is if it is that he's not invested in the relationship attention. This is part of that. That's probably a big problem. That can't be fixed but i think if you said to this guy like also. I don't know it's not clear to me how much that she has communicated to him that this is important to her because she told him she. She said she begged him for that valentine's day cards right but are you saying do that. Shit not okay yeah. That's not oh you fucking made a joke out of it by roy writing her spelling i know but i do think that he's having a bad attitude about yeah <hes> he does but it's can come from fear but i think that if you wanna stand this relationship and the he's a you know he loves you and you need to go uh-huh to therapy with this guy and he'll go with you with a good attitude then. I think you can totally work through it because it might be that when you hear him. Talk about like. I love you so much. This is is just not the way i personally show love. You might be able to understand that and so you won't get your feelings hurt when he doesn't do something super sentimental but you'll go oh well but look he's out there like like washing washing my car. He's not as long as interests stand where he's coming from or he might go. Oh i see she really needs this <hes> so i'm going to step up and do this for her but if he says not therapy that's eight years old. He should know how to buy a house still so whether he okay so it's one thing to not be doing it now but to not want to work to get on common ground with you whatever that may be a doesn't mean he has to change it means that he has to let you know why he doesn't do that stuff and for you to understand that and for you to tell him why you need it if he can't do that then yeah this. This isn't dismisses. How you're feeling is like sillier like why do you need. Why do you need that. You know i love you. I'd have to say it all the time. That's not okay or the thing that my ex his sale the time it was like i was going to do it but now that you said that you want to do it now. I don't wanna do it anymore. So fucking now yeah. What are you ten years old. Don't tell tell me what you're a man does that but if he says not therapy then she's got a digital for a year so it might not be a year and a half that's important. It's important to get this figured out because it c- it would be one thing if she was like he doesn't do it but that's okay but it really does matter to her and that's fine. You should find someone the one that is able to to do you know fulfil your that's important to her. Don't settle yeah. What does what does a couple do. If one one one person's love language is <hes> affirmations car washing and the other person likes to their love languages touch or whatever <hes> how do they reconcile that. Did they learn to communicate. Did they learn i to me and i i think for anybody listening mines touch i think so probably i need a church. That's not my mind at all. I like to touch back rubs. Oh yeah tickles and oh that's martin's but that's not mine. I like getting gifts. Yeah me too. I'm more acts of service and touch touch and mad acts of services really matters. He might not say this but i think his gifts and his is words of affirmation. He likes to receive and what's words of affirmation like okay. I love you any sort of show like what this girl wants a sentimental car to compliment but isn't it normal normal to have a little bit of all of them yeah of course but i do think some people have a really strong like. It sounds like she really needs you to like say that you love her. I didn't get a valentine's day card which i don't think like crocodile do that but that's not a big deal at all to me because i'm like it's not that it's my birthday or yeah. It's not that big of a deal and so we're both on the same page about that and if i was like crazy need to do that from he would do it because he'd know it was important to me but it's like if one person thinks one way and the other person thinks it's the other way then yeah. I can see that being yeah so i think the way around it if you guys have different love languages like really different ones and there's not like a someone won't come around. It's either bat you communicate about it and you both step up to the plate for the other person and say well. This isn't how i show love but i know you want this so i'm going to do it and if the person says is there's just no way i can tell you. I love you and write you a card like i. It's not i was raised. I don't think i'll ever be able to do that then you have the you have a choice to make so you either go okay. I can live without that because he shows me. His love like this and i'm gonna. I'm gonna reframe the situation and like be okay and live like this or no. I really need this so bye-bye. Those are the options yeah yeah. It's okay to say bye bye some it is okay to say bye bye bye. Bye debuted with playing games to this guy will say he sounds like he's being a little bit of a jerk about it yeah. I just say that he's not doing. He's like doing it and like being mean about it but like don't you guys think therapy or bust on this. Yes i loved their. I know pe- if he's not like i'm not doing that if he's like then. Yeah is important to you. I will try then that's good yeah doesn't go through with him and he researches the love. What are they called. The language must love letters. Don't really wanna be just the game too. You may me so you guys. Do you ever get time yeah yeah. Thank you so molly where can people listen to sperm cast. Oh they can find sperm cast wherever they get their podcasts and what a journey you've gone so you've done done it for about a year and a half now right exactly a year. Actually there's about fifty episodes and started with season. One insemination season season two sorry season one was the surge season two is the insemination season three is starting over right and <hes> you you know i mean i'll give you all the spoilers go. We'll just hatred on your page see okay. If you want you will join molly sperm cows patriarch in you will listen listen listen. I don't mind giving spoilers. You can start on season three which starts in a week or two a couple of weeks weeks <hes> but season three starting over because i ended up getting my donor and then i got pregnant and then i had a miscarriage and that's what happens sometimes your yes starting over three amanda producer on that yes. She's host producer. Yeah co host producer and melissa leo producer because i really really don't go to the interview sometimes but it's fun to have your stick. Oh yeah that's right sticks plugging. You press the buttons jolla al levels sticks. She thinks i do go right ahead. There's nothing living on their melissa. You've got a thriving pinch company you really do do it's patty lapel dot com and you guys if you're into pop culture. Hello hello go to the instagram. That's right and you could buy great. It's so great. I mean any of these pin they mckendall. Let's name all well. You have the what about bob one. It's back buster video or is it the the blockbuster video of mrs doubtfire right now. What's the what about bob. One thousand is on the sailboat. You're kidding. I didn't know you have that one and and <hes> what's the real timbering defending love defending your favorite movies there like hugging <hes> and then also melissa has a show coming out with aereos dude. It's so exciting you guys and molly's actually editing it. Oh yeah has is going to be on areas. I think so okay lear cars right patriots subscribers. Get your own sticks sticks exciting yeah yeah so you do that with allie's legal and lady. It's a lot of fun. You guys. Stay tuned for that. They're excited yeah so we've all got things going on a lot of things going on in my life. Hell yes so many things. I'm so busy. I don't even have time for this god. They can't get out of the bateman. I'm honestly i'm going through this pouty lapel. I've already put one hundred pins in my car. I'm willing all my feature on money on guys. 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Cinema Spooktacular: The Search for Spook! (2019) - Vol. 2

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Cinema Spooktacular: The Search for Spook! (2019) - Vol. 2

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I don't think so too creepy girls con- stay a pass his truly frightening you know it's fairly Seri Missing Anna Gaga's Great Service with Geico you get twenty four seven access to licensed agents eighteen alligator adjacent horror film I will say that I feel like we haven't really struck Spook pater yet which has been hugely influential it turns out on this seasons of American Horror Story and then finally we will be considering crawled two thousand net flicks horror film in the tall grass then we'll be delving into a classic sleep away Camp Nineteen Eighty three zone sleep away camp We had to gear up for one last ride with Jesse that podcast dropped this Monday so if you're Jones in for some of that old school breaking bad meth give it a snort or smoke you see before the next installment has been sumner and I'm really hoping that brings the spook okay because I want I want my spine to be tingled at least once this year he talks about this in the first episode of spectacular that there are varying degrees of horror he other people's definition want something more spine tingling so again the definition is it psychological for you is a ghost for you as demons for you uh-huh like like I want the feel like conjuring creep I wanna feel like original paranormal activities create a witch creep a descent creep ooh look volume to Ibero Stay Ron and I'm Sicily and we will be covering three movies spectacular the recently released entities movies that they're going to be any of those things before we get into podcasts a little bit of Baldwin Housekeeping last Friday net flix released a Vince Gilligan directed. It doesn't go go these demons and witches that's not known supernatural force hey is my spine defensive Outta you gotta defined that for yourself we're going to try to tingling things but we also don't we can't say going argue that if not I'm hanging up my spine away when you mean when you say spine tingling you want some ghosts right no I want to be creeped I want to be really creeped can horror story podcast feed Jimmy are also breaking down the Deuce David Simon's love letter to seventies eighties pornography not really no spine chilling on the next one. No I'm thinking at this year isn't exactly the same double tap this week and finally we have a new feature we just crossed a major milestone five years of lunches with Jim and Aron for our club members sister a brother is helping his sister move across country to get away from her boyfriend so she can uh-huh if my spine tingling that's that's what I want because the listeners have the same thoughts you know oh well that they want to spine singled to yeah no yeah that ever been curious about what a lunch is all about check it out plus it's a fun little window and bold move history I used to have here kind of on top of my head trying it's like the wires is love letter to Baltimore Drug Trade anyway we're covering that final season every episode released released on Wednesday it's an amazing television show ends of horror sure I just don't think this year is a great year for horror no matter what your definition is I don't know I got because I know the one thing this movie is got a very interesting concept and it's got an incredible look so the setup this film is a brother and sister Mr robots coming back coming back strong and we've got the final season coverage with episodes also released on Wednesdays on the movies feed we're also covering Zombie land you know whatever over on pickle me this we're hard on the rick and Morty season three grind we release every Tuesday this week we're talking arrest and Rick lactation honestly on an epic unprecedented run of Awesomeness if you like one thousand nine hundred eighty slasher films if you have nostalgia for so they go in to the Cornfield or to the grass field like you do they quickly got to get lost and then kind of call out to each other but they feel like that their positions check that out in on ball dot com I had a what's talk about into tall grass because I had some minor spine tingling in this movie he's going to keep the baby in a new place or give away give away the baby in a new place yeah but they pull off to the side of the road and there's this big grasp unwritten El Camino a little breakout epilogue for one Jesse Pink men as you probably know we have every single second of breaking bad footage podcast it for posterity so you know news and to celebrate every Thursday we're releasing a lunch out of that archive for free to the public which we're calling a lunch with Jim and Iran reheated there are holes in space but they're also repeating time loops where people where they will so is interconnected in time you don't really know I don't think we ever actually get an answer to that except that at some point we realized that has to the movie yeah is it a time loop is it a traveling between space which away and they realized whole shit time and space don't mean anything in this grass patch and that is the entire attention of the I don't know is the opposite of Gory Phobia. No no not agoraphobia Agoraphobia agoraphobia agriculture phobia there you go it's one of those interesting time loops that I I can't quite figure out yeah and if you want a descends interesting I definitely recommend watching it because like field on one side there's an old abandoned speech grass is it till I would say it's tall it's something you can get into it actually reminds me a lot of shifting their walking past each other so they get the idea that they'll on account of three jump up and look around and they do that and they see each other and like thirty feet away minds me a lot of like triangle reminds me a lot of like the endless where it's like a lot of the movie is just trying to figure out what's going on so why don't you come in the author of the Science of Rick and Morty Matt Brady Check it out the American horror story season nine nine thousand nine hundred four season continues seminar covering that it's beyond this time loop and maybe they've repeated it for fifty years maybe they've repeated for fifty air rations but not actual years it's had lots of cornfields around us sure did my yard in fact was according to mine too so I went running through the corn many times it got sliced up it'll cut you yeah okay so here's a thought I've had when they actually Ed not yours anybody's dead body doesn't move dead things once they're dead so those things are constants is there anything to that the welcome to the cinema patacula three the search for we're going to spoil the shit out of it and I I don't know the spoiling it will I explain the movie or make sense but like a lot of the movie is trying its is yeah like working going indeed passing a corn like I know exactly what it feels like to run through something like you and I both grew up in the midwest where we so they pull they they they they pull off this lot one side of the road is this talk grass field otherside is a creepy church and the here a little boy inside calling for help he's horror I really encourage you to check it out the great thing about American horror is gonNA jump in whenever because it's all it's all anthropology so if that sounds like a good time check that out on the outside of the bowling alley I mean that's my that's my only thought to reconcile it is just I've seen stories like the triangle having articulated it yet I have already said it was cut it up and make it better flow better because like I might have some things I want to talk about on Daba didn't swear like a whole series of corpses of a particular person around and like win when they established the rule that like that tap into the mud of that field wherever the black rocks radiuses which might be the confines of that farmers land so if you find a dead body you can sit there and that will be a fixed place in time that you can go back to but that doesn't really the theory I didn't understand why you have more to San the mud theory things like things aren't mysterious to you like you can navigate right towards things where like if you haven't touchstone all you can do is no certain rules like the field won't move dead bodies colony of some kind of coniferous plant and anytime you've encountered a dead body in the field that like a family dog or a corpse it was always surrounded by this actors as far as I can tell you got the brother and sister you've got the sister's lover you've got the dad the mom and the Little Kid Patrick Wilson plays the something dies the field no longer moves it around how does that apply when you've got like fifty versions of a body that spot of Cornfield will always be the mud and I anticipate I I saw that field producing some kind of digestive juices but I don't think I revisit that theory because by the time we get to the end there's a which I didn't think paid off in that specific way because the person she should have warned herself not to trust sooner should have been any other people has some kind of like alien or elder itch power and shit you get like all the knowledge of the field and no longer at the time loop is eventually her boyfriend touches the stone and of his last vestiges of you you mentioned earlier you can see the front bow of the boat is piled up with bodies but that's a simple time loop it's like the same thing keeps happening over and over and over again were they've done this again and again and again and Grain Tobin the little boy was the one who drew them to begin with and for the second time I think Becky and like this thing it's like that but in different because each loop can have different knowledge and like so there's there's also this blackstone that's at the middle of the field eh the pregnant woman makes a phone call to herself in the past warning her self not to trust her brother Cowl which never donate her baby to some couple freight we don't get that at first it's very vague whether or not their brother or their lovers or only because like I didn't put that into together about the mud I considered like the mud is like because I just operating theory that the field was like other Andy mentioned like this happens this all paths lead back to me and as he's strangling the guy he looks over he can see dislike endless arrays of his body seems to have some sort of quality that traps you one and two doesn't move you're dead body wanted st manatee uses his new fame newfound understanding of the field and his last vestiges of humanity to get the kid out of the fee add and he becomes co opted by the alien blackstone in the middle almost immediately and there's a scene where he runs down and chokes to death then it's a it's an incredible story because if trevor no a son his name Trevor Travis friend boyfriend if he stays there so we all know how terrifying it is for this like sharp thing very tall you can get lost so easily and just an open space it's I'm forever I don't know it seems like there needs to be a logical explanation at the end of the day is this blackstone meteorite is it an alien is there any explanation that you can think of now because this so that's the thing we didn't mention his this is a collaboration by Stephen King and Joe Dirt what's his okay grass demons that were very reminiscent of Guillermo del Toro's type of imaginations because you think it's a mask until at one point they turn their head and like oh it's a time thing it's a it's a inter dimensional thing and just pointed that as a way to excuse behavior but when you can use that to your benefit and make it make sense podcast that there is some sort of greater grand theory about coming in and yeah like they've got like a cosmos name a Lotta sins in in the view of having multiple iterations every single body so like like Patrick Wilson is in this film there's there's there six care field and tell gives him admission to like don't let my brother and sister go in here at all cost and I think that means but love to stay there saves himself he saves himself too because he's stuck there but he saves himself right and that's like I don't think that's a solvable time paired Oh gee where there's like a you know cosmic turtle and you've got the dead lights and then you've got like a God hood above that its editors yeah okay sure finally sacrifice themselves for a better harvest or something like that but they they seem like they're seemed like really then none of this happens them get them never coming in that doesn't happen because he was already there and that's the thing that's locked into the grass mask now these were like the original people that kind of fell into the the leaves the grass the tall grass maybe maybe they rigged no no I don't know maybe this is some kind of 'cause I felt like it was an alien thing but then there's these grass headed demons but I think they're actually like native Americans that are wearing some kind of what is not joe dirt it's what Joe Hale as Joe Chill that's that's the name of the guy who I think kills Batmans parents can adequately anyway I'm GonNa say it again triangle for example that it makes sense it's both horror film and it also I think stands up to kind of some kind of scrutiny where I'm just saying you can see it coming out of their neck like that actually demon is just their imagination because they're dehydrated trippy visuals going on walks and horror movies are two things I don't really like it's not hard Scifi no but I mean there are things that I have done that have been done safe in really needed each other to survive he drops the ex-boyfriend off a building only two stories into a bag of There's also I feel like movie is so close to be in great because there's some amazing visuals like when you there's a couple points where they go from a really high perspective and you see the Tobin for example plus brother or father who was trying to kill everyone plus it doesn't really even hinge on anything like what what what gets them out is an Indian artifact. Well that's why I wanted to ask you is you're pretty steeped in the Stephen King of course in my and yeah you said as much on the there's a couple of locations where they get to that like you said Bowling Alley factory thing where you can tell that this is a like day for night shot green screen thing and it doesn't look great and the hill or but shining type of way but when he was dirty and and not as much when he was pre all of this maybe kinetic they're able to get it with the special effects there's a lot of really interesting things Rec- like reflections and crows is and like corpses is and stuff but her is you have to be afraid of him at a certain point in the film and I never was like I literally thought his sister could just grab by face shoving down right it seemed like the biggest fear saw my own dead corpse I'm like okay I'm touching rock bucket and also it would have been great if they had showed that Travis or trevor way the boyfriend's name is if he this veal field like violently shaking and sometimes it just kind of swaying in the wind and sometimes it's like pulsing and moving but it never looks like anything but a grass field it's kind of amazing we had had some sort of inner strength that he brought into this that made him be able to resist the magic that dry never solve and dad line for what it was but then they went to like the little bit higher shelf of horror that they were entitled to like there's a psycho sexual ritual where I think I also think the castings Patrick Wilson's amazing I thought the sister is really good other the boyfriend and brother are terrible the I don't even think we saw the mom a couple of special effects and a couple like there's a lot of like this is the shot on green screen and any time and it it works mazing Li when they're in the grass but win there eventually turned into a grass demon after your clothes rot away and all that kind of stuff but I thought that the the boyfriend was this really tapioca and the brother the little boy is fine he's a creepy little boy and he's good at being a creepy little boy ray he seemed much cuter but also menacing at the same time catch it in the first place we don't know like how long he would you lose your humanity immediately to become a servant of the field the grass field immediately I I don't know Then they repeat the the they tried it okay as they turned towards the direction walk and they're like sound like they walk past each other then they do want to three jump and it looks like they're three hundred yeah I'm not sure I just rockstar show you would you touch the rock because I think I would have under that Fisher just to know gently used goaling shoes soft cushy landing and there's this we're so so I think this film was Patrick Wilson might have raped the pregnant woman either way she's forced to give birth this really weird alien it's really actually cool shot to Earth opening up and you see like this just just a m- impressive array of corpses that you get this this has been sacrifices field over long one of the really cool things is like in the church parking lot it was pretty gross there was a memorable one in the witch they do a like a Rosemary's baby type of thing where you give you've they have this was the reason they weren't this they wrote this story together Stephen King in his son wrote the story together year yeah I forgot about that in my analysis I don't was that she called herself in the past and said be aware of your own brother right was the biggest threat posed yeah and the when they were take times it seems but they delivered his baby and then I've seen some babies being butchered and horror there is a memorable on and like season two opinion dread burn a baby butchering and cannibalisation by the mother moment now and I actually I didn't think i Mike I was shocked when it's happening I've been doing this cycle over and over you'll produce the best iteration of this baby into the grass demons but but my point is like I just felt like this movie ancient process and you keep coming back to situations like Oh my God look at all these cars are from different areas and you start to realize and the earth opens up and it's like goes back to like almost Zia bunch of cars differ for you live away to the car era thing I wanNA talk about this psycho sex is showing like how they showed that this is like an uh thank you creepy girls to see are gonNA sleep in the car now happy gyco weeds which today for twenty four seven access to licensed agents he's actually just feeding her grass or maybe like like it's going to be something besides what they want me to believe but no he's just butchering baby and feeding it there's no amount of post-partum too miss enough to make me believe that any thing like that was something that would happen or was warranted or was earn like that had happened in the past even yeah there wasn't any real tension impression that will make you think the eating human flesh tastes anything other obviously it's like but again like they didn't sell the PRI the I haven't read the original story that they didn't sell the central and there's a couple of other things recommend about this movie but I gotta say that you need to know before you consider watching this that the final review deal could be considered a hate crime here's the thing if you're listening to this review either already watched or your glutton for punishment but here come the spoiler this film is straight up mystery science theater three thousand there are a couple of good kills and some chills that way but I read a lot of different takes from different you know people who are queer or especially Trans Transp- race if he skipped ahead to here yeah like out of nowhere this movie even for its time lag is pretty homophobic and transphobic Dan Spoilers the way that Tobin reappeared in the center box. I don't know church terms if there's a word for this room but Tobin reappeared in the center in this to film like the like the multiple generations of cars like you said like that's the thing that should have had like if tation from written works to film adaptations seeming king fails ally he succeeds a lot also and I'm saying Stephen King is a placeholder for but I feel like a lot of these questions that need answers are there in the text and they're not exactly good to or great that's all I've got okay so let's talk about our classic one that we watched sleep away camp nineteen eighty three Oh no I think it was a great use of my time I don't regret watching this movie at all I just have a lot of questions and I think most of my questions come from the the the concept of being in really tall grass is super scary they didn't signs they do it every year in the Midwest yeah now I I have no answers for anything that actually happens in this movie right then I don't WanNa Watch it again to figure revival seemed like it had like it was going to tie into here loosely for an ethics adaptation but with a church and the way that Tobin also in his wife and child had been from the fifties and that it had been this long since another family came along with that make more sense rivers making movies out of his books prison writing the screenplay right he had this grand unified theory about his books may or may not have come before he ever started writing the books the people themselves and like the opinions on the final reveal of this is kind of all over the place but I thought maybe we could save that till the end and just talk about the movie because around and came back out that's very revival esque and I thought they would sort of mix these things together to make more sense but again I thought it was fun we were told beforehand or we got the impression beforehand that this sleep away camp had a lot of the DNA that this season's going to obvious fucking nuts yeah I just want to address that point real quick you and I are also covering American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four their ninth season and Ncaa because it would for me because it also I get. I got the feeling that that Patrick Wilson's family was from maybe the eighties or seventies yeah genuine chills and thrills and some amazing visuals and it's not too long sought to short doesn't say it's overstates welcome is there anything more that we want lash back on a cell phone in a modern car right yeah okay you know there's this book revival we should've seen some other like like a better adaptation would I'd like maybe one or two other generations you bump in CS Civil War guy or revolutionary war guy or something that's what I'm saying one of the more recent book out called movie is American Horror Story Nineteen Eighty Four's mother and I think the movie Halloween is it's father exactly so we weren't prepared for any brin like this isn't a bunch of twenty five year olds playing seventeen year old camp counselors at Crystal Lake Camp This take the boat so the beginning this film okay what are the reasons this film is good is because it stars real children is like actually anywhere from eleven to fifteen year olds with a couple of seventeen or eighteen year olds thrown his camp counselors but like they're getting kind of phobias I guess I was prepared for more I mean I was prepared for anything like in mid eighties Kinda stop at like the house Liberia's I like that's there's a reason why the corn mazes are very popular because it's entirely possible to get really law good law Stenham but that's a girl who is kinda slightly out of control behind them as a skier and there's this thing where for whatever night with weird motivations for how or why any of these people got here there's a lot of children who you can believe are last act of this of this film unveils are you with meat he's talking about it's a stupid shit weird shit I I had a whole bunch of things where it's just like essentially a setup right yeah exactly that there are some like this ricky the cousin I love him he's a believable exactly his age type of kid who just like to the movie begins at this Camp Ground and as a family that sailing significantly there's two dads and there's a there's a daughter and a son is confidence for a single child exactly enough protectiveness for a child who has a cousin though he's got like the swag this kid got if I can just unbelievable right there there are there's a proprietor the whole camp who's GonNa fuck any seventeen year old who says they're going to come up to his bedroom one the natural believable child performances also the film's biggest weakness because you also get a bunch of bullshit kids don't know how the how they're acting too a mid development there is one child who's not quite h he may have been a porn star cast zero done and the capsize and they're kind of splash into the water meanwhile there is a group of teenagers that are on a ski boat and they are pulling out sometime later and we get this mom who is a whack job like this feel this feels like a mom who's taken a full bars so what appears to be a child flailing surviving child which is clearly the boy did you get this okay so then we cut away the jaw on the floor dropped like in actually and it took me a while back really unpacking all of the layers of fucked up his partner WHO's ready to conduct a businessman uncle or something I don't know yeah and but he also disappears later but in the scene they also telling you all this and the hindsight is seeing the whole movie because they don't really make any of these relationships clear it's very like who the fuck are these where the fuck ZANEX and then dropped a tablet of acid because she's very dreamy and spacey and she's got her son and he's got so fashion-conscious are we who is that guy how does he know this guy right in three so we naturally assumed that the man on shore was his assistant or business the one twenty five year old he's trying to pass Jenner's so let's let's let's begin at the beginning the flex dollars bringing it offers yeah then we go to the camp and if you've seen and like you know confident and Sherbet his mom's a lunatic and he's got his younger cousin who's been living with them for ever I think no they they made it sleeves he's fully jacked got long flowing hair and he's this guy is just like the fucking best he loves these kids he takes care of these kids American Horror Story Nineteen eighty-four there is a guy who is essentially trevor he's extremely like good looking he's wearing short short shorts the shortest ends counseling she's a total bitch will we'll get to know her a bit later but yeah so like Angela there's the two there's there's the little boy resident child Maloka okay this is this this is so he's not the girls guidance counselor there is a girls I think the DADS did one of the kids are dead and one of the kids is alive I will say that like and I think I'm maybe what are you talking about maybe this guy is true blue was waiting for the next thing you're about to say he does in this scene what does he do he walks Angela back to the sub view of everyone looking on horror and the girl screaming get him out of the water they're all GonNa get him out of the water hit both of the both if we were late that would be ever such problem in it's like this weird kind of like coked up Mary poppins thing and no got coke definitely barbituates instead of or the thirteen year old kid and her cut his cousin and Angela what Nikki Nikki Okay you got Nikki and Angela Angela is very quiet she sees there's twenty five year olds posing as fifteen year olds can we talk about this so what's the name of lay camp judy probably prepubescent she hasn't developed as a woman and she's being thrown into this environment where she's shy she shy she's quiet there's she's been thrown into environment sound like she just came over for the summer but it doesn't make that doesn't jive with what we find out later and you know what I think they're trying to is not wearing bras and these guys wearing lag really short shorts and like they're clearly being centralized and it's kind of uncomfortable but it's also kind of real Nikki dated last year and now she's got breasts and everybody's commenting on by the way the strength of this movie is it uses real children judy can we talk about Judy how do you not remember her name I had decided that I forgot I got I didn't get to that part in notes this the reason that people are not looking ahead and gotta run over this family that's on the sailboat and liked the girl being towed is screaming my God you're GonNa hit them turn the boat the girls uh-huh is being very weird she's in wonderland genus in Canada and all of your best clothes that wouldn't be so good if you didn't Sir so like I said we got like a twenty five year old perhaps em Su- perhaps adult actor and she's playing a fifteen year old who so this is an I just wrote down like this this this is a scene that goes on forever like they start up upstairs and they go downstairs and then there's like some kind of lunch and his she's right and she's like getting these kids together for the trip and like I don't this this her son seems like very well put together sir how much but everytime he brought it up to me I was like no you're right to be concerned because I think this is a plot point in theme that they want you to all right thing new I think while I f while we were watching this movie I knew that the sexuality would be an important fact from American horror story is based on this character judy is the prototypical mean girl she invented being a mean girl and I love her for she's like putting in the trifecta performances inappropriate rage inappropriate laughter inappropriate sorrow and almost every performance she gets I couldn't screaming distracts them from from swearing and this thing last for like five minutes then they hit the boat they run over these kids and there's like this close aware of but they're going to engage in a meaningful way later it's just weird because it's like imagine if like stranger things happened except for its this year seconds later she starts maniacal joker laughing or is he three seconds later she starts sobbing right or she wants to suck your Dick or kiss you an and they get natural performances the weaknesses that they also write them to be like little horn balls like they are and there's lots of shots of these girls who are developing breast and suddenly you are aware that you're the only person in the world has ever existed romantically for she's doing an amazing job with her face and body or just like her across the room glare it up in those nineteen seventies like basketball style short shorts I would certainly be laughed out of I showed up with my midriff bare is a law okay here's another thing I don't understand there's a lot of like top gun volleyball seen Homo eroticism going on awards and midriff baring things because that's just the technical way to sweat less move better be more effective at the sport has happened it's it's so it's it's but let's talk about Judy Judy for whatever reason is a prototypical mean girl and like Montana hiring at someone and just does this bitchy smolder she's not going it's fucking incredible and every single time the cameras on she's doing the most out of his short short short short also that happens and they're fucking had nothing to do with the Deming Gorens right yeah this is this is just like it just happened is off of her it's just like what she's doing is fucking incredibly she appropriately deserves an Oscar so there is or maybe it's just more socially acceptable style and that absolutely was the case in that time I think they absolutely played it up more by like pseudo with these boys and like I was trying to think of because I remember growing up guys used to wear a lot shorter shorts and guys used to wear tank tops and guys used to wear shirts bared their midriff and I was watching this man like I'm kind of jealous I have nice legs I wish I could wear short shorts but like would be laughed out of any social situation if you there's a fair amount of people like boy will come in and be a hey leave angel alone and she'll be like fuck you Jimmy and she looks so angry and in three slake they didn't they weren't aware of how super fucking sexy they were being no like I said I think they were one hundred percent aware of what they were trying to do yeah like ever sold me this hard on being such a bitch she in the lead camp counselor relentlessly bully Angela for the rest of the movie and like every time someone calls her on they have this pattern where Angela will be bullied during the day and then later that day or night these mysterious giant man hands will come and kill somebody so when was wearing a wet t shirt and a couple of these scenes and lag Mike was like you know a proper like like doing a captain Morgan on a couch and you could see a little bit of his boss acting travers shorts hiked up so that they were really like hugging into finding his balls they all had crops and maybe cut them an inch higher I think they played you should get wet it's a massive astle for some reason he goes like the boat is upside down and he goes underneath the boat and like does that thing or Indiana Jones you see this knife get slid into the screen and a unseen Sir set of hands like shoves a beehive through it now they shake a stick with discomfort with her not being able to be happy with what she's being served so there's this other scene like earlier on where the kids are coming by and like school buses and there's a guy I in front of all the other camp workers openly lusting about the children that he's about to be able to perv on okay and like what the fuck I just don't think they knew the unified message in each scene when they did the thing so the next so the it's in there and he's like oh it's you and then the thing chokes him out and kills him again with these big these big band hands so then the next day is the scene where angels getting bullied and Sh- the trevor the the the the Hunky camp counselor he's a really good guy mistakes it's always like this game three years before Topgun Topgun the homoerotic stuff was definitely in there baked in tongue in cheek I this felt like it's just the the bathroom door so they couldn't get out they locked the doors APP cut the screen so that they could slip something in but that person couldn't get out five minutes later trevor is delivering Angela ended this guy's hands and he takes her in the back freezer and he starts to try to like Sexual assaulter Mandalay's faster into giant wounds that just explode into craters on your skin yeah he's hyper allergic I assume but we never got to know that yeah how and these were all seen as like very mad I was wondering like is there a time in America where you could kind of dress like campy gay but it's still be very mass out and die horribly yeah it's like the door that only covers fifty percent of the Florida ceiling area not only that but it's like in these skinny dipping scene there is a guy who took a girl he she didn't want to go skinny dipping so he agreed to take her out in a boat but then as soon as he got out in the water he hit the boat over the next and she gets straight up punched in the face and then why she's knocked unconscious of these unseen man hands of molest her with a hot curling iron in Indiana Jones threes hiding out from the flaming rats or whatever ships happening in the Sierra Indiana Jones and ahead hey they they they find this kid's dead body and it's Super Gross Corpse then someone else believes Angela and he goes to the bathroom and one of those like you know like if you were getting stung by dozens of bees I- bathroom stall is not going to stop you like your oh like the next one victim is judy who we mentioned that we she's really terrible person but we love her performance she bullies and she has this flashback where before the boat accident she and her brother walked in under two dads having gay sex does bash your way out of that thing especially if you're a big strong can't counselor type of dude this guy can't fucking get out of it and he gets stung death he looks like he goes yeah I think exactly this time it was like you used to be seen as very masculine right like no no I don't know I think this is the time when people were wearing shorts the high into the screened in Area Oh and I the the man hands went and like slid like some kind of branch or a stick or a metal rod through the towering around the other girls she gets closer to this boy and has a friendship but then he tries to put the moves honor they then have this scene where how would you describe this building up to that that's I I so this again this film is very very close to being very good and very scary as it is it's a very flawed premise with some dissection up for a reason but it's weird because like there's like these guys trying to get like a skinny dip group together but it's really just a guys no one else gets no water so it's like Onset inflected shocked like open like these bees are not only shooting full venom but they're shooting pool of hydrochloric acid as well yeah the instantly yeah and it's pretty fucking grosses horrible and then we ran we walk around into the final reveal where they do this weird scene ear because angels gotten closer to this boy and she's very uncomfortable like they they make it clear that like she's uncomfortable act and some it gets interrupted by her brother looking for her narcan so like I said before fathers have sex or post pre coil whatever it is and then they do this scene where the male figure of the two then they have the scene where the what did you call it the e was it e t something or other yeah there's a scene of them giggling while they're watching the cash cuts to probably at twenty-three-year-old Dude wearing an Angela mask full on naked holding let's fade the black right it's so it's so bizarre of all things because of one they couldn't find a thinner more feminine I I definitely think that this is a transphobic movie because it's essentially my God this is you know this kitchen knife and making animal beast noises as people are saying Oh my God it's not a girl it's a way and it smacked angels actually Peter who's a little boy who's been abused by this person and forced to be a sex that he doesn't identify with which has caused him all kinds of psychics dramatic lighting to make the hair extend beyond the nipples to show that it's I don't know if there's tits they're not when drain and trauma and it's caused him in that and witnessing his dad's have gay sex and the sexual expiration they did with their sister has turned him into some the girls becoming the boy and then there's also cut to the crazy mom and even though I think she was only there for the summer she has his big thing of by saying eight people transition because so peter is being forced to live as a girl which is analogous if like you know someone is born Peter and Actually WanNa transit in fact there's a lot of men out there who are thinner in more sinewy and have more feminine hands than this Guy Does have to do some coast thing so it's like Angela Slash Peters not a trans person but there are this is also transphobic because of all the like negative shades also kinda homophobic because they're like that's interesting have you read or research all the creator of the movies using their Dad's having to gay sex with this kind of probably inappropriate sexual exploration right it's not explicitly shown but it has some damage has been done by seeing this happened Eh what they process that information to against each other in the final scene is best angels being caught in mid murder they they have like senior dads have gay sex like look if you witness her parents having sex I'm not saying it's the greatest thing in the world also don't think it's going to turn you into a fuck in action ashamed that that'd be gross and he's covered that the person's covered in blood and got a full on penis and full also here's the thing but it seems like I guess I just instinctually misinterpreted as being pro trans woman and she's got boy parts and there I am trying to be a woman in what kind of what Costlo Angeles not a trans person that man who is willing to be naked and where that masks angel is like a very like seems like she's a very pretty says prepubertal actually yeah so I wouldn't say it's Malaysian if there I mean maybe there molesting each other I'm not exactly sure how the terminology works they're they're co they're coupling the witness to be a a woman If Peter was treated Liza may like allowed to be treated as the sex day identified with they would have had the since slightly pubescent girl she absolutely is and I know there's a lot of close up and then she's got the hands of a thirty five year old trump now I'm saying that there's a lot of yeah that's true murdering a psychopath but the others I saw trans writers say that the interesting thing about it is it accidentally makes a case for the thing and it wasn't just like some weird little girl who's been bullied in his slashing out it's like dares deeper sexual problems and female mean girls they like they made this case by case like every single part of the move you wouldn't have been a problem if they'd just been allowed to be the sex that they wanted to be inspiration from this so just assume that the writer had a better intention that was misrepresented I don't think so purely sensationalism and again that's influential horror film but like out like I said this this last like five minute reveal completely changes everything he knew about eminently mystery science theater three thousand of all and there is like really solid Gore work and the kids performances are amazing in you're going to be my little girl and you find out that this is actually not the six thirty it's the brother Peter that survived it's been feminized by the mum and then it smell this movie because I kept expecting it to be shark NATO What was your first experience this movie and trailer true even today in America as far as con or I mean not just America the whole world is very conceptualizing like gender and sexuality is is like it gets the rare movie to manage to be transphobic without actually featuring a trans person but the thing is the movie is they're kind of like natural way and is extremely influential on the horror film in the horror film genre but it's also just like really fucking problem what we know that this knowledge exists and it'd be irresponsible to not use it yeah that's the thing I don't know what anyone would learn from spring break missing now and there is strange for reasons because their mom and dad got divorced and he has stopped responding to the phone the Dow bodies work and how genetics work like nobody wants to see it happen but we learned a lot and can grow from it did we this isn't a shark NATO this is this this turns out to be so so she finds out her father has been secretly fixing up their childhood home now these guys that they live in they live in Florida they this woman can catch competes on the Gainsbourg like like Miami University of what is a floor on top of like just anything that you would have be problematic in eighties right I mean it's a lot like the Nazis doing these experiments that taught us a lot about Dan like you know your fast and she was her like he was her childhood coach and saying that she was always fast apex Predator and he goes because he was supposed to sell it in the divorce but he didn't have the heart to do it and he was doing some last minute kind of like hurricane proofing of this this house I think I think what they got pointing directly at her getting closer and closer is if they're telegraphing jazz this is not a yeah this is the brother and sister exploring each other section all space he's been attacked by an alligator whose crawled in through some kind of flood relief pipe that's a that's installed into their basement and there's a section of the house bottle of whiskey and there's some other signs that were like he was at his condo or whatever and he went back over here half drunk because he got who'll trevor counselor say wouldn't gotten molested by the fucking Shah Cook they would have had The cool trevor instead of the Bitch Bullying I I think you could maybe like try to find the gay or trans icon in here some kind of subversive like but because of the AH thirty to fifty gators at seventy gi just going to become enforcing through that faucet needing her but the thing is timesheets opened the car door Cato just gator jumps jumping out of there she looks in a cupboard gator she turns on a Faucet and a truck stock bathroom gator entirely by more if there's a section of the House that is like on the other side of the wet wall it's got a whole bunch of tight fit and there's a hurricane coming and we're just making the jokes because like if you've seen like shark NATO if there's a six inch puddle in the ground there's a shark coming out so we kept on making jokes he got caught up in his memories and there's a hurricane coming what sets the rest of the movie in motion is a turns out that he's down there in that the is that she went over to his house that he should have lived at left his dog there wasn't nothing think and now I don't think he all this kind of stuff this these these weird images and like Wendy's brothers sisters do an et phone home

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Top 5 Feel Good Movies//Missing Link//The Dirt//Little Children

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1:47:10 hr | 2 years ago

Top 5 Feel Good Movies//Missing Link//The Dirt//Little Children

"Yeah. Feel welcome everyone to the film fault in remission very hose for today. Top-five feelgood movies updating a long lost list back in the old days. Anderson is good feels good because it does it feel good Brian indeed are these movies? So I do wanna do you wanna prefaces with like why we're doing this? We are case people case the fine. People have not heard for sure if you're not follow us on social media, which should be at the film vault on Twitter, Facebook, and all the all the places you can find social media. Yes. Anderson posted that's yes. This is this coming week in just a few days if you're hearing this when this world released if you days will be the ten year anniversary. I don't feel like I'm jinxing. I feel like I'm gonna make it the tenure head of -versity of was spit out my coffee like I'm gonna make this one. Tenure anniversary of my of my dire diagnosis from March March April of twenty two thousand nine twenty nine twenty nine and you're gonna ten years later and couple of couple of weeks after that diagnosis for my final film vaults of that incarnation. Right. It was no longer able to devote any time or energy really to broadcasting not that I should be in broadcasting now. But back then was even worse. Right. Was it really was down a little bit. We we decided to best words you've ever send us out Santa's out with five feelgood movies. Those are my mic down from a headphones down. No, I'm turning it was your down because the Mike look Brian. We've been doing this for a number of years send send us off into the into the abyss. Who knew it was going to happen later with top-five feelgood movies. And now as a nice book and here we are again. Yeah. I actually listened to that episode because I will be posted on the archive here, very soon and. We're a little different back. Then this is much different. Pretty out of it. We are much different than what we were for the very really early stuff that I posted not too long ago from two thousand three when we were just fucking around in the studio unlistenable, then this is getting closer to listenable but still like it's not broadcast. And you know, you're right now, you're sick. So you know, you got a little slurred going on. And you're still using good times and being version of already in do treatment Wilson movie horn at that time. I remember those movies being a part of our show movie horror in the movies. Yeah, we do little red light green light. And then we did our top-five feel good movies. It was actually a pretty decent little episode considering you know, that we were still only doing it for maybe a thousand people. Do we have gal was I was I in good spirit. You're in good spirits, and it was it wasn't a terrible. Listen. So I'll be posting that probably within the next couple weeks, and you essentially your list, which just your favorite movies. Okay. Which I called you out on. But you feel good movies. Also, it was a different time. And I was definitely different person. And I was just calling them feel game movies throughout the entire. It was never feel good for me. Because I might number three feel gay film is, but you know, gay means happy. So I was I was. It's correct. A small favor twist that things the headphone is aren't yet. Right watch. What's more? Why I need that extra inch? Oh, you're you're to this. All literally wires wire. Exposed to literally literally fires Ryan asking about it. He what just for the listener. So they know we're dealing with his headphones were a little bit too hot to the machine that we're using still not using big fancy board. But honestly, I think that this system sounds a little bit better. So I don't know what we're gonna do shouldn't have be saying that if we're planning on selling the set board. The sounds great. You gotta be foolish not to want to buy that, you know, but you can do a lot with that board. But I think it was a little overkill. I think that Logan really liked his tech stuff. That was more the Cadillac is the cat. I drive Cadillac ever heard of a Cadillac shift themselves little buffalo sixty six quick real quick before. I forget because I could see myself doing this in the emails continue to come my way about the movie us, really. And I'm continuing to defend my stance. Some people are giving let me off the hook. They're saying, hey, you just don't know whore. You just don't do Horry more a number of people have sent me emails Brian claiming that it's their favorite movie of the year. Number of people. I don't often do this issue. Thank you to the listeners. Specifically, the ones who are not emailing me, which is hundreds of our listener. Thank you very much for not Brian sending me any mess in one of my numerous responses to these these types of emails, I saw I said these people I fucked Hypo, and I typed out instead of you a capital you little s I did to capital, you capitalists. And then I went back to fix it. And as I'm staring at something clicked on my own is that what am I dumb US is that what he was going after? No because his style. Thank you, capital and lurk. But is it a double Antawn? Maybe he's going for that state's the certainly possible possible in this movie. None of them good enough to make it justify good movie. Moving onto two more bits of business. This was a fun when all right? My buddy, my friend guy who I respect quite a bit. His name's not Brian. Nope. His name's max max land worth you might. Might know his name because he is the producer a film that I wrote and directed and produced last year, and he was my Ulta Corrado. My main producer max land was he has been nominated to raise a shit ton of money for the leukemia and lymphoma society, L S, and he's got me roped into this. And all about it as Brian Brian's on board as well. As a lot of money for this one of the many cool things about being able to do a show like this, and, you know, talk to a sizable amount of people on a weekly basis is we are able to raise money we raised quite a bit of money for my camp a few years ago when my buddy Brian border was raising money for camp. And now, we're part of it. So what we're doing? It's kind of fun. You can buy raffle tickets each raffle ticket cost ten bucks. Ten dollars goes straight to the LS straight to the leukemia and lymphoma society, but each raffle ticky get is one chance to. Possibly if you live outside of Los Angeles get flowing out here, and you will this charity they should have paid for their own flights. But that's part of it. So if you live outside you win when we random drawing max, I'm leaving that up to max, then if you live outside of LA you get flown in if not sorry drinks are on us bowling's on us. All of my podcast family is going to go bowling with you. If you win this thing, so. You know, you by five raffle tickets. That's fifty bucks. She got you got five entries into the raffle. Your chances either way most of you quipped, the vast majority of you're not gonna win obviously. But know that your money's going to a good place. And I I I don't know if it's a tax write off without imagine. It probably is it's got to be. I would think no would know because it's a charity. They're not donating know this is going on for the next number of weeks. So I'll figure out you gotta figure out a way make it worth people's while. Also, we're able to move on. Then I heard you talking about this after I finish trying to raise money for cancer. Can I do that before you make it about you can make it about? So. Now McCain of thought I'll pick it up. No, no, no, no. Yeah. We're tracking it we're tracking it. So you can go to our Facebook, or Anderson and Brian dot com. We'll have a link on there, and you can click on that to get your your raffle tickets, and we'll be able to figure out what. Which of my three shows is bringing in the most money for bragging rights dates on this because we're going to kind of leave it up to whoever wins or would work with them for the for max is they're like, yeah. I think it's June. So we got it. We got a couple of months. Yeah. I'm not gonna go. I'm not gonna wax about it. Like this every week. But. So there's that we billing. Track and see. And I imagine that the film vault will probably win. But I don't know the after that or know cinematics is gonna win because we're we're small we're much smaller. And ironically, it's kind of like, you know, we're all running for office here. And cinematic is my my only politically correct show that I do a third party. But it's it's it's a green party the green party. It's Ralph Nader. So either way I win spoiler. They're gonna play spoiler and leukemia and lymphoma, Dale, so that's the real winner down the kids. So thanks guys. I know you guys I I asked you for a lot. But I really don't feel guilty for asking for a good cause. And I did my due diligence as did max. And this is a really good society. So if you like to do that, please go over to Anderson and Brian dot com or feelings about it and feeling charitable, and you wanna hang with us. It's a win win. All right now. Go ahead and make it about you. Oh god. I all I since come down very upset when I was listening to the show. I was very upset. And I I. Realized that you probably recorded it before you talk to me because you when you came in here on this show. We're talking about a live on the air. You mentioned like our own bowling. And at that point, you're still deciding between bowling and the zoo. Anyway, you very much under explained the whole thing where I'm like. Yeah. Let me think about let me think about it. I don't think you have any idea. How you come off running. I might not that said it was grossly. That's that's a pretty gross mischaracterization because then like Tyler over the guy was you had in there were like. Micron the Joe door show. We're like that guy after all that answer. I was taken aback. I was. Yeah. I was pretty that was pretty dick on your part. For those of you might not know Brian talking about 'cause you don't listen to deliver their problem. Why don't you do when you do that? We're ten minutes have talked about mocking movie. It is about some wired exposed wires wires exposed over there on the app after his Astor, and I was explaining my exact. Bub-bubba interaction two weeks back to back interactions with Brian off air asking if you'd be a part of this. Money raising for leukemia and lymphoma society, well, not no it was more specific point. It was possibly sitting in on the show. And I even told you that I had some Mike locations that weren't are like ultra secret location. We'd normally do the show from I had other alternatives. And you gave me one of these you don't think about it. I didn't get to follow the following week. I asked you again, I said if you thought about it enough, I'm still thinking about it. So that was one of my I got every right in the world to talk about this publicly. That's how my mind works. I wish you would have explained it a little better. I don't mind you talk about things publicly, obviously. But I if I make it seem like I didn't want to raise money for charities absurd. Ridiculous. You're kinda let me think about, but I also learned that you're the only person I'm gonna give you a compliment. You're the only person I know who does more charity work than ideal time, money, whatever and that is hard to find. And in fact, you do camp and you've done for so many years incredibly admirable, but the no. The notion that I'm somehow not down to raise money or give time to fucking dick euless. I I hope I didn't hurt your feelings because that was not the not the not the point obviously, so hurt feelings aside. Let's let's raise a lot of money for the kids. Yeah. Not just kids. I mean, he was doing a kids camp Kimia. No. It has nothing to do with. Oh. See now, you're you're more exposed you. Don't care is here buddy from camp. Now. He's the producer of groupers is from camp. Yeah. It is a little gets a little bit muddle. I thought you knew them both from camp. No macs. Just my producer that new them both from king's been nominated to be man of the year. But who nominate him, I don't know. What does a camp thing? I can. All right. Let's let's talk movies. Can we? Oh, wait. Thanks for listening. Everyone that was filmed ball feel good movies and one last thing if you if you're free June eighth group has got into a another festival. It's a local one year not a big festival, but it's a it's a local festival here. It's big deal. And they gave me the prima spot, which I said, all right? You know what let's do this. It's going to be June eight June eighth. It's a Saturday eight pm in Sherman oaks. Wow. A small theater, but apparently people have had a really good time this so how keeping the hype going people get tickets now. Yeah. Put a link to ask like like interests booby, Mr. chance for to link up on Brian's. Well, tickets for fifteen bucks. But with my code groupers nineteen you can get it for ten bucks not about deal, and I will be there. I might get drunk during the movie, and then do the Cuna wall hammered after the movie, then that might be plan by then QNA for you. No by then we will also be placed as they say, and we will have a distributor I'm trying to figure out right now. I can tell you that some big name distributors are on the hook you ever heard of Lionsgate. Ever heard of the orchard this up incomers? No. But I'm familiar with all the, you know, a little grass roots. Of course, have is your major these ever heard of ever heard of net. Flicks. I ever has no interest. Actually, I don't know. I haven't heard from Netflix. But yeah, there are some some calls Spock flex Lord. There are some large name distributors that I may have mentioned one is the decision made. I should know by me. I should make my decision by that soon the process where people want to know even talk with him for two years paid a producers rep which at this point. Okay. You've set the tape. I was warned not to by a number of people, in fact, Brian. I was listening to an interview with a woman, and she was saying anyone who would get a producers rep, especially if they have a bit of an audience, and they're, you know, they're they made a a low indie budget movie. You don't wanna get producers rep they'll take you for a ride, and I'm thinking she's like saying you just want to self distribute. I'm thinking that's what I'm gonna do. I'm gonna 'cause I could've done this all myself. But the chances of getting beyond my audience is pretty pretty slim. I do it on my. So I'm like, you know, what fuck it. It was I was in. Anna who was the last screening of my private tour that I did. And I was in the hotel room getting ready for the show, and I was listening to interview, and I was gonna fired up on my fucking. I'm not going to sign on with this guy with circus road films. Her next words, right after I made up my mind, unless less, of course, you're going with somebody like really great like Glenn over at circus road films. And now my God. Dashed? So we paid him. Now, not a terrible on money, and it's all recuperable through his first finders fee. So for the for his background percent, which is also very reasonable. And he has a bunch of contacts. Thank God, you're paying for people who they know. And when these contacts, Glenn has a movie that he chose. It's almost like getting into a festival he only does like movies reds. It did seal of approval. Yeah. Exactly. They they will listen, and they will have at least one of their people watch the film, and he's doing that right now when he waited for Cinta quest, we kind of lead with a bang. Hey, this is this movie that I picked up it premiered at Cinta quest and take a look here's a link. And now, we're now people are slowly watching it. It's funny like four or five people watch every week. The track whenever they ask. So and then when you get a couple offers finished movie, oh, most of them finish move is. It's about eighty nine percent playwright right now, which is pretty high. Yeah. So that's where we're at. And I should also say video is not the greatest tracker of that kind of thing. So I don't know. Exactly how accurate it is. But anyhow, very close. And I was talking to. I was talking to Glen just this morning. I said Glen, no pressure anything. But other than you know, me choosing my wife that might be a poor choice of words other than that decision. There's no bigger decision that I can think of in my life other than like who places movie with because I could make the wrong decision and be fucked. And I don't know if you know, but gillians got me on a timetable. Now, I do know about if if if I if I don't have it figured out. And if I'm not making something new or like making this happen within two and a half years of state, how long this movie take two to three. But once you get the first everything was on my own that the the hope is. Wheel healthy. Now, you have say wasn't because I'm slow. It's got a wait. I got to be patient with your first feature, and you have no track records, I from your shorts. You know what I'm saying established? If this could turn a profit of break, even turn a profit, then I will be able to talk to people who can actually get me on the fast track. But making the next one a lot quicker than this one. In the turnaround about one up to make it in to do a tour by myself and hope for the beat the drum. I was the next one and not even deal with fucking festivals. Because festivals are headache a real pain in the unit. You would do a festival of someone else like do the application, and blah, blah, still do it. But it's I I it'd be nice to just make movie and already have the deal in place, which is a dream kind of a dream hearing. I know this guy is name is paramount talked to him movies. I'll just get distributed all these distributors. And I'm talking to two they all have ties to the big guys. They've all worked like, you know, in very high positions at the big I'm talking to some really connected people, which is pretty cool. And it's. Great to hear them say that they really really like groupers nice in the one guy has a real big problem with poster. So I'm trying to trying to reimagined a poster which I think I got a great idea for the poster. Well, it's I mean, usually if it gets to that point like they'll redesign a poster for you know, for for distribution. That's on me. It's crazy guys. How much is actually on the producer? It's like, they don't you think you have this idea that that they say, hey, we'll pick up your movie, but we're gonna make some cuts edits, you know, you'll get final approval, but you know, give it to us. And we'll know me the producers in charge of like every detail. Yeah. That's the way. I totally believe you, but I'm just aware of so many movies that you see like the little indie poster. And then the poster that Lionsgate picks them up they put out a poster for movie theaters. But maybe they'll be both mean, those are bigger budget movies too. So they got a machine working. Well, I'm going to have a machine working behind me as well. But from what I understand which I'm fine with some control free. All right moving into the twenty minute. Mark still not talked about a movie groupers for ten minutes. It's not a real movie yet. That's true. It's not a real movie at all, right? All right. What have you seen? I saw some movies. I saw too. So okay. More than that. But I'm only talking about two. Okay. You assign me let's go the oldest film. I remember signing. No funnies breathe heavily like that little children. Yes. Direct by written by Todd field. The last movie he's made he also. Bedroom. I in the bedroom not nearly as good or as fun as little children in the bedroom is a very honored. I have not seen it. But look I'm looking at taught fields credits. It is lots and lots of wards for in the bedroom. Who are nominations? Anyway, Patrick Wilson stars little children in letroy of us kit. Winslett Noah Emmerich whose great Jackie Earle. Haley who's great Jane Addams playing a similar character. She played in happiness. She's the she's the meek you'd recognize her from a meek character actor thing. But. List last week until I make. And Jennifer Connelly also in this film adapted from the novel of the same name by virtue of the fact that it's dotted from a novel. It has a lot of voice over and actually solid use voiceover action. Do you? Remember, the voice over particularly. I believe I believe it's the guy who did the most interesting man, you know, you'll say I saw this before the that can pass guy. So I think it's the same guy because the voices interest million interest. So the movie so case let me set the table a little children little children is sort this trapped in suburbia middle age coming of age tale where these married folks Patrick Wilson and Caitlyn's not married to other married to people who they are not happy with their married. They have a kid each each has about the same age. They start making friends with each other the become friends through the interactions at the playground, and they develop a kinship they've built friendships a little spark happens. And you know, they're in love. And having an affair, and it is sort of, you know, I it starts off a little derivative very familiar territory almost cliche. Like, hey, things in suburbia aren't always as. Beneath a thin veneer of of perfection lies deep, imperfection. But this movie is very very good. As it starts to unfold. Like, these sort of compelling stories kind of take shape not everyone is like this to d cut out like at the beginning. They're all very archetype, even her friends or various waspy, stay at home moms. You know, what the what the all the snacks little jars and their kids they're all regimented on the time line and the husbands are nowhere to be found or at the park there lusting after Patrick Wilson. Because he's the guy who comes in with his kid, and it's all very tropy. But setting things up it really unfold in becomes very complex and very interesting, Jack, you're Haley who was nominated for an Oscar isn't introduced until forty seven minutes into the film, a two hour and fifteen minute film takes forty seven minutes. I looked I'm like, oh, we check your Lali. And there is for seven minutes in. He and his mom. Do you? Remember, the mom character can't picture her? But I remember him living with his mom it look. A lot of like like great casting. They actually resemble each other their teeth. Look the same. It's a funny movie store darkly comic. It is in the it's not as out there. Happiness, but it has the same sort of dark comedy the dark darkly comedic tone, especially in this sort of. I Dillon suburban setting is not as absurd enough based in. It's rooted in reality much more than happiness in this one foot in reality in one foot and taught salons fucked up mind, and this is much more rooted in reality in the hands of a lesser writer director, this would have been very melodramatic. Big emotion big, you know, over the top. But it was it was on point. I believe every character at one point. Kate Winslet is falling in love with Patrick Wilson, married, man. She's married someone else, and she becomes sort of petty and jealous when he goes away for a weekend with his wife and his kid. She actually stocking outside their house. She's like watching them leave because she's like, oh my God. Is she is she pretty Gotcha. Jennifer Connelly got she gets pretty and the. Time. She sees him this time at the public pool as she sees him. She's like kind of standoffish pouting. He doesn't know. Why? Of course, she's like how was your weekend with your wife and your with your kid is terrible. We argued the whole time. She's like it's like L smush Hyder smile so happy that he had a miserable weekend. There's so many little new on that. In that movie. It's filled with nooks and crannies of goodness. And then there's parts that are like even the parts that are played for broad laughs are very funny. Like one of the best so Anderson talked about the part, you know, you talk about it off in the scene where he goes into the pool he being Jarrell Haley, who's a pedophile a known pedophile Meghan list kind of thing. And he goes into the pool with all the kids and goes under with a snorkel detected. I just asking the snorkel. So that's very like jaws. But it's much difference. Just a scary to be there. There's one part where he goes on a date with the F or mentioned, Jane Addams, he set up on a date with very meek lady, and she has lots of neurosis on lots of secretary drugs. And she actually is kind of like like, I she's very meek and very withdrawn. But you kind of opens up like she's like, oh, this guy's actually paying attention to me and ask him questions and like she's kind of coming out of shell little bit. And at one point he has her driver home. He's not allowed within one hundred yards school or a park. And he says you drive me home after the. Date, and she drives them, you know, he's stop here. And it's outside of a park and. And she starts to open heart to them. Don't give all these away. This is on actually that was one of my lists. But I think that I gave plenty of spoiler. A lot of people have not seen this. And that is a reveal that you are not prepared for and hope is the perfect person to feel that. That indiscretion. She was fantastic. The same go sideways. Leave it at that. And up ways down goes up and down rapidly Bryant, stop scrubbing my motion, stab he bands. I appreciate the Patrick Wilson. Look competent during the football scenes. He plays like pick all friends on the actually like looks like he knows what he's doing cast someone just as good looking and couldn't throw a football. I enjoyed. I had to stream though. No, I'm just two thousand six stream this one. It's probably shocking. I was listening to an old old after after you know, I mean, I feel about you now old it was I was talking about blue screens. Because that's before green screens. It was loose Koreans. That's how long we've been doing this fucking show this movie time Stein timestamped itself as well. A one point early in the film Patrick Wilson says so petrels and stay at home, dad. He says to his wife, Jennifer Connelly's thinking about getting a cellphone. She was like why is one of those two six things are what on earth? Would you need that for you know, for all right? Great. So this rented on Amazon, you rented itunes, probably two three bucks. We're the good movie fun movie little children, check it out. All right. Let's get to the to the meat and the bones and the much as I love little children. And I think that it will be service to our listeners know that it's out there, and it is worth their time. It's one of those rare movies at Brian and I both really enjoyed. So definitely check that out. If you've not seen little children also before we move on from that, Brian DC what I was talking about how it could almost be series like with the way till actually you don't own anything. But it would have been that was good for. I think the story that characters there would have been good. For at least two three seasons. Little children. Oh, yes. I moved on before we move on this. I don't know anything about the book after magin TV's novel or personnel point. But this is this is rich with detail. There's a lot that could fold these characters for full seasons. At least I here we go. I saw I was kind of a I had Brian not talk about the dirt last week. So that I could talk about the this soft assignment soft assignment option credit. You should you should give me extra crash. The. Dirt dirt pretty sweet directed by Jeff through Maine, Jeff Germen written by Amanda adults. Tommy Lee wrote the book as well as the rest of the band. I want you start us off here since you saw before it. Yes. This is streaming Netflix. It is sitting at a paltry forty-two percent rotten tomatoes, Douglas booth UN. I I wanna real on Colson Baker Daniel Weber people Davidson this and Tony Cavallero plays audio Ozzy Osbourne. What did you think of the born performance, hyper realistic, just like everything this movie? I should full disclosure actually Tony's a friend of mine. And I thought he did great. I Tony personal friend. There's no through sort of his wife actress, actor actress. Well, I mean how what circles how how did you meet him? You're not an actor and actress, I'm not an actor or nor I an actress if you really wanna know do I do wine tasting none of his wife was dating a college friend of mine. They broke up and we remained friends at both of them. They're both organic very nice people. And she married Tony. They both met at the groundlings very talented funny people, and we're still friends. All right. So this makes very little sense. What I'm about to say. Okay. I'm at the movie. I'm like the movie makes us sunsets. Did you enjoy this movie? So that I asked myself the same question do I enjoy cutting candy? I mean, I guess I do I don't feel good myself after I've eaten do enjoy corn dogs. Did you say machine gun? Kelly play Tommy Lee, did I say that it was real thinking of his real name Baker, maybe MG K buddy, Shan, Kelly. This actually was my favorite one of the band. Tommy Lee, MG K plane, Tommy Lee that character is a character that will stick with me for it. Forever. I really enjoy this movie. Yeah. I really fucking like. From people saying, oh, you're gonna you're gonna hate this movie. Don't even waste your time. Really, so many people, and I think what might be going on could be wrong. But I think that like big motley Crue fans are let down by because like nothing's going to be good enough. And it's also it's R rated, but it's PG thirteen Intel. It's goofy is fought. Yeah. Itself aware, but it's perfect amount of supple where that for me because Molly crews fairly self-aware the fourth wall breaking is pretty hit and miss it. Okay. I'll tell you Tommy visa, it's great that one scene. Tommy's Tommy's day. Yeah. It was pretty good. There's a lot of fun little moments. Like, this is exactly what does movie should've been in new lane. It should be an staidness lane for the most part and the movie is singing for the entire. I like thirty forty minutes where it's just all booze and sex and drugs and rock roles based on the book from like the mid nineties came out right to the band, and it's it takes it self as seriously as motley Crue took themselves, and it's I don't have any deep love. I like motley Crue. As much as the next guy. But like I was saying on after after last night, I would never wear. Molly crew shirt. A really good friend of mine had Molly crew tattoo. Oh, God much like the manager got in the in the movie where the movie the movie lost me. And there was really no way around it. But it's when it got all weepy and mopey, and we've all seen that fucking story. We've all seen the Rockstars rise to fame and then they're heroin downfall. And one of kills somebody. Now, very tried and true for the formula. And now, they did, you know did that thing where I k- rehab socks. We're not gonna spend any time on that. We're just gonna skip ahead where we're out of rehab. I guess they couldn't have done that with the with the killing of the guy the car accident that would have been disrespectful. And I, you know, obviously, the heroine was a big part of the story. So they just really skip it. But I mean, it just felt so like. Like reforms bar eight nineteen eighties. Music video that preachy and it was not itself. The all the stuff with tragic once again with with Vince Neal losing his daughter the girl who played Schuyler gave the best performance in the movie by far. I was like I was like a little bit when she was like crying hospital bed. She's all right. I think it's because you get a daughter or something, but when this movie's just showing the ridiculous absurd like over the top rock and roll stuff right from the right from the get go with their where it goes a great shot. And there's a lot of really impressive stuff in this movie that I'm little shock that people hate it as much as they did. I was prepared to hate it. It goes from the rainbow room across the alley out of stairs all one shot into in through a window. And you see this party going on? It's not high quality but it's enjoyable and it's inventive at times. And it stays in its for the most part until it's getting weepy. But then it doesn't spend much time being weepy, right? Did spend a fair amount of time he weepy and there's a couple of busy a walking through the rain is one of the bus comically bad thing. I've ever seen the rain machine on them. I don't remember that just outside of his house, and it was like wandering in the rain, then he went to somebody stores. Yeah. And they're getting here, but really the cash to I thought that the cat. I had heard really bad things about the cast. But for the most part the cast, I really like Mickey six I liked his whole backstory with his fucked up mom and Tommy legal. And I didn't have any of that. I really love and family. I loved 'em Caja now MGK MG machine gun Kelly. I don't know if you noticed about them, but he completely tad Mechtild. Fucking toes to sit in a chair for three hours every day. Just having the booze. Yeah. I've removed from his body. I for that for the for the shoot because he was like half naked and quite a bit of the most Tommy Lee cover. No, you got that same by the by by the by the end of the movie, he has his mayhem tattoo and stuff, but I really fucking enjoy this movie, I'm not going to run out. And so you get again any time soon, but. On your house. I listened to fucking home sweet home three times here. Pretty good sewn three times bright long. Not once twice Brian three times crank that shoot on the four or five pretty fun. Oh, yeah. But yeah, I I mean, this is what Netflix movies should be. I feel like they should be just because when they're trying to get artful. And obviously they're going to have the Romas, but they're also going to have their hold darks their apostles, which just don't translate for me on the small screen. I gotta stop hitting the stable headway. But I was pleasantly surprised I I know it's really early. But this is one of the best movies. I've seen all the one of the most fun times. I've had watching a movie all year and people are not alone. It as much as you. But I I enjoy it as much as people mentioned corn dog. I know which is good. But no it's more than a corn dog though because performances answered. Yesterd- Courtney Bryan machine gun. Kelly was very impressive. I'm not talking like a Lord. But he was very impressive. Fi forgot I kept for at kept forgetting that was machine guns gives good. He was. Yeah. And I was believing that he just was Tom bizarro film vault. Like, you're all about the dirt. And I'm like, yeah. Some really inventive shots. It was. It was it could have been mailed in. But I do hear that does it better than it should have been way better. And it's this is the like I said, this is the kind of movie that Netflix like they should be producing these kinds of fun absurd movies. I wouldn't necessarily do that great in the theater, but I don't maybe just maybe they do make a lot of movies like this seek them out because I'm always trying to find like, you know, the the next hold the dark could actually hold my attention. All right, good. What's your second film because I did one did? Little children, and we both did the dirt. And you got a third. I'm gonna hold it. All right. Missing link. No, you didn't I did one with the boy. Well, you know what? All right. So I was thinking about taking the boy to Dumbo of I didn't I saw the trailer twenty five times missing. Luna thinking about taking the boy to Dumbo. And then I heard Bill Burr talking about how he he made that mistake with his daughter who similarly aged to Atticus. It was a huge mistake. Speaking of which. Yes to that point. I'm only going to piggyback the number of people on our on our message a message board area coming area where like she's an was fairly intense during the the the boardroom scene is people's talking about that it is kind of weird got through PG thirteen like beheadings people anyway, then intense for kit. Yes. So apparently Dumbo opened up with a bunch of animal Beauce, fist fight. That was quite an early on the big screen, and he was like, I I didn't realize this Bill Burr dogma. I didn't realize it was Timberg movie. And there's all dolts in the theater, and I'm like, so I decided on that. I'm not gonna take us. So I ready. As far as heartbeat. I'm surprised you see this because you loved kube on the two strings and did love Kubo. But no, this is this is Chris Butler who who has ties with all that it's a small little world one of the reviews that I read I did read a few reviews of this before I went to see it, which I really do. But I wanted to see what the take was as far as a child, and I wanted to take Jillian, and my wife, and my boy to this movie, and they were saying that it was all good for for small small child which I can attest. It was however a little bit too much plot going on for like two and a half. So if you got a four or five year old, I think that they'd probably quite enjoy. This is nothing other than a couple, you know, like slapstick things at going to hurt him. I really really enjoy. The story is is a great. There's a grand explore who's out there. Trying to find like I opens up with him finding Nessie and. And he's like quite adept at sliding down a mess. He's back and back onto the boat. And he's to Jacqueline right? Yeah. Hugh jackman. What's what's the characters? Name. Oh, that's a character's name explorers, explorer, sir. Lionel frost is is is his name. He's just looking for all these. And then the next stumbles across throw series of events. The big foot, right and Bigfoot at talk look at that. And Bigfoot talks like Zach alphabetic Bigfoot is quite likable. Big. I won't tell what big Foot's name ends up being. But for most movies name is Mr. Lincoln d-. There's some funny moments and his enjoyable, and then one thing leads to another, and they gotta go to the Himalayas or some secrets Shangri law and find the the yeti because that's where Bigfoot thinks that. He he belongs. It's cute. It's sweet this is not a movie that's going to stick with me. It's missing. For lack of a better term that magic like if just had one more little thing or some kind of element or something had to happen. And then we see it happen. If it really grabbed me. It just doesn't quite had. It's a solid three and a half star kids movie. And it looks beautiful you recommend some without kids. This look a lot like Kubo and the two strings it really was similar if you're a four or five year old yet without kids, would you recommend it? I mean, I would have seen this. I love paranormal too. So. This is the guy that did paranormal. It's different. I appreciate you know, I love good animation. And it's different than the CGI movies that we're also accustomed to now, and it's not like the old watercolour either the classic Disney. This is thing and there's a couple pretty clever funny moments one this is the kind of humor. Mr. link is quite upset because he's on the train and he's hot and he's uncomfortable. And he's nervous and he just needs some air and. Was that? I just said his name second, Hugh Grant, Hugh Grant, feel by all means just go ahead, and crack crack a window, and he just smashes the window open on the train because he thinks he's very literal. He believes that means open the window cracked cracking open house where you do. Yeah. That's all I got to say my God. They're talking about is the name that he becomes on the trailer is that actually showed his name in giant letters on the trailer. And it was fun little moment when he chooses the name from self not remember that I'm so happy to say that don't remember Brian. You would like this movie. This is the movie would probably like quite a bit more than me. I would imagine I like recording. No we suffer. So that's missing link. Sorry. I don't have a whole lot more for you guys. I have been working hard on the archive part of my problem and. Price. Stop biting your nails. Nothing. There's shit the came out. Don, Quixote's, not even in LA. It's like only Chicago New York. Donkey comes out this week in LA. Yeah. Usually lay he's one of the city's I thought for sure be going to see that. I should have caught it when it was a cynic west last month, but didn't and now gonna wait until this week. But I should be donkey whole tech, which I'm not that Jack gotta be on not that you. We'll see Jack. No, not at all. You hear what Brian just we'll see kind of his attitude when I asked him to raise money for the and to flight Kimia and level. I'll think we'll see that's XY exact. Next. We will count down and feel good movies five each. Really not saying. More than one. Are they runners? No homebodies. They're not gonna they're. The door is like Stanley Stanley was wander he wander around like he'd wander out the door. Wandering studio. But I never had I've been in households that they have the dog where it's like we're opens fucking bolts. And I've always found it weird Brian. It's like you have a captive family member. You're holding them captive. I find it weird from the point of view. It's like why would the dog wanna leave got food and get your bed? You got everything on rows, always greater. Other things purchase. What is that? Purchase on the on banner, atop Anderson and Brian dot com. Include and Microsoft surface, pro three hundred twenty eight gigs lake. Oh, action lake. Oh action. 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But then like, we say this this this film vault that we do is a service these are films. I hope that people will get same. These are feel good movies like for example, consider putting whiplash on my list for some reason. The movie makes me feel. That's that's I'm glad that it's inmates where we get in trouble. Because specially for like our film loving audience. And this came up a little bit on on the up. So we did all those years ago, which is like a movie like taxi driver because I love movies so much. It makes me feel good. When I'm watching it. But it's not necessarily feel good movie taxi driver actually came up on that episode. And then I was just in that I could have made a case for it because of the happy ending and whatnot. But yeah, but I just tried to stick with movies such as make you feel warm. Inside for the most part. I think my list only one of them will be questionable. No, no crossover. Also before we get to it. Let let me just say that. You know, you you, and I we have our differences than we are very very different. I agree with that. And I don't know about you. But of all the people in my life. You might be one of the only people left in my life that I'm not sure we would have a relationship if we didn't have this in common. But no it works. And I'm very happy that we do. I'm pretty sure that we would not have relations. I think it's. Yeah. I don't know if it's the nicest thing to point out. But I think it's probably true. It's it makes it very unique relationship for sure how's that say on? I'm drinking a beer. I know it's pretty good. But. Let me just say that when you got diagnosed I don't know if you remember this. I don't. What what I said to you was that like actually heard me saying this in the episode from all those years ago that I wasn't too worried about it. If anyone can beat this thing that you h you're positive attitude being able to overcome something as dire says, and I don't know a lot of you listening, probably don't know this. But Brian was given an an unquestionable no denying death sentence. And they gave me what six months six months to a year six to prognosis. It was quite dire. Yeah. And most everyone around Brian believe, right? This is it this is our last few months with Brian. And I was listening to that episode. And I remember saying those words, but I didn't realize how convincing I was until actually I heard myself say that you're sociopathic at heart. No, I really believe I really did believe it. I I wouldn't be able to. I don't know what I would have done if I didn't believe in. I don't know how I would have appreciate through. But if you remember when I came over and part of this is in the book to when I came over to take you out after you were money months later when you were really really heavy. Into the treatment was a Walker fulltime using a Walker. And I and I part of it was also because I've been around so many sick people and sick kids that I'm kind of hate to say it, but I'm kinda used to seeing people in that situation. It's not like shocking like it. I don't know if I down the buck. I feel like I did. But the fact that you were uniquely qualified to experience somebody of my friends and family, the majority of as majority were freaked out its mission to see somebody, you know, so well and see the drastic changes in them. But I'd seen it. I've seen it. So many times year in your out with the kids. So many of them, you know, would would be healthy one summer. And then I'd see in the next summer, and they're missing a limb. And they they relapsed, and we're we're back in it. So and it was when I came to your house. I was just kind of like no nonsense. We're going to see a fucking movie. Don't even bring the Walker. What are you doing? Let's go out and. It's I can't remember what the point of that was. But I did believe it back. Then I believe it today. The words, you know, we would have done had you not believed it. Yeah. I don't know. How I would. I don't think I would've able to come over and take you out to that movie and just been like fucking. What are you gonna do? You're probably gonna die soon. I really believe that you'd be able to overcoming and you prove so many people had a singular vision because not a lot of people shared your point of view, especially at that point. When I was doing very very poor. I think you did. I think part of you did I, but I also yes, yes. I did. But I also naively probably believed it because I was just in this is hurricane. I mean. Like, I it's all swirling around me. I do absolutely believe there is something to mind over matter and willing your way to what needs to be done. And I think that you successfully did that I think a lot of people with your exact body makeup and chemistry would have succumbed donnas. Yeah. Physique. Yeah. Nothing to do with your pectoral. Oh, so you're actually time my actual physical makeup. But I think a lot of people that different mindset would have just thrown in the towel. And you fought the fucker and you won. And I wanna I don't wanna see you one because you still have to deal with things every single day, but you're winning for sure. Head. So in honor of you know, rare about in honor of u out last-minute all these all these years later ten years later my list, and I think that this is what we should do moving forward because we've been doing this for so fucking long though is update lists. But we can just do movies that have come out that we've seen since. So my entire list is comprised of movies that have come out since your diagnosis that you otherwise what a lot of seeing if you did accept your your death sentence. I'm halfway there because mine are movies that I've seen since then came out before seemed like ninety percent of the movie scene. Any movie I've seen this on the table? Guess roaming, Machel's out and Princess bride that but other than that, we're get what I have four of my five that were on that previously. Should I just read them off? Probably truck mine down to probably when we good our producer. Should've asked us to find though when you do that on your own tough. I I had a little Princess Affonso. Carolina was fun. You meet listening to me talk about phones will cure on before. He was well he had already made children men, but stalking about how I think he's one of the best working directors today. I'm I guess pretty good before Roma you came with it. Goodwill, hunting 'Ali Rudy. And I don't know what the other one is. So we did this earlier. This is the one from two thousand nine then that's not tonight mocha. This is not right at all. I really mailed this one in your sick true. Give yourself a break. I don't I don't have my list. You don't know. I know that. Roman. Michelle was on there. Probably was it was I have I have a list of about one two three four five six seven eight nine movies. So some of these may the list on these didn't Shawshank was on your list was the natural on the list match rolls on your list. Well, actually on the list act might've been on the list, Princess, bride Princess, bride was your number one. I believe. Okay. I don't know. Why? It's no rank could be wrong. Okay. His girl. Friday ocean's eleven why ocean's eleven I didn't hear you talk about either one of those molested list. I don't listen when even when you're talking in my head Russia spec. Just specifically to listen to the. That's why you're levels are off every week when I'm wanna producing now. It's just it's just like your audit of like just it gets muted in the tones. And I it's like canceling headphones, but they're built in my brain heartful. All right here, we go. Number. You wanna last sure says if you're fucking actually I'm gonna last all right number number five for me. Brian is a movie came out in twenty eleven it's a movie that you, and I both liked quite a bit this movie that was remade and released just this year, motherfuckers on my list per crossover the in touch. After becomes a quadriplegic from a pair of from paragliding accident and aristocrat hires a young man from the projects to be his caregiver directed by Oliver Naqash, mccosh Natasha and Eric to Lennon dental taller dental, Donna, what was the remake call, and it was only Cranston incoming heart came out earlier this year the movies too, much like Amer in the name of it. Yeah. Yup. So yeah. Yeah. That's the intangibles a very sweet really really great French movies real phenomenon to it was like a huge huge phenomenon. Over in France wanna a bunch of wards twenty eleven film. Yeah. Anderson odd couple dynamic, obviously, the older the older aristocratic gentlemen, and the young black guy based on a true story Yesler. The true stories actually, white aristocrat, my man of money who was a quadriplegic, and he's an assistant, and he he did hire a narrow while somebody who wasn't really qualified. But he wanted to have somebody who's been of a live wire because he didn't wanna have a quiet lonesome life where can this be? But it wasn't a black guy. It was the true life story was a Muslim or an Arab that Brent. So what does this number five? Really, well, moved it from four to five on my across this at all. I don't like this at all touchable. Can we rented on Amazon for three bucks? I highly recommended. This is a crowd pleaser. This fun movie is a sweet movie how long is in short tissues under two hours. But I was forced go. Would say goes down smooth. I saw this in the theater act that had a limited release out here because of all the success that Brian Lou to over there over seas. And it was great seeing this on on the big screen really touching movie. And I do believe that I got a little bit choked up. Yeah. It makes you feel good. It's a heart string tiger preciado your own life and see all the things that you may take for granted that's all in there. And there was a feeling you'll get never comedy till this is this is a fun movie moves long briskly. This is good number four for me. This is where I might get some shit about fuel. Good. I might get some shit a couple of different angles on this one. I know this one's not on your list because it's very few people's lists. At all is a movie that I was kind of alone in my love of. But I absolutely love it. It makes me feel very good. And it's directed by bomb camp came out in twenty on my list to now, it's nice. I love good movie. If makes you feel good because you feel so bad for chappie feel so bad for the robot. But then he overcomes. He's he's. This puppy down. And you know, I got what was the dog? Assign me was hachi where the one with the dogs like trained to kill or like. Dog got a little bit of that. Where like it's a sweet dog, and then sort of trained do bad things. But it's kinda sweet the end of the day dreams. I I gotta I'm a sucker for. Like when bad people end up teaming up with something. Good. And that's definitely what happens in chappie with the aunt were being his defacto parents. And you know, they they like him. But they end up, you know, kind of Akwesasne and then seen his way it's schmaltzy. It's it's hokey. But it got me. And I think a lot of it had to do with co please rendition of chappy, and I bought chappie I head over heels. And it's it's one of the lowest rate of movies that I love it was my top ten that year. I think top-five grilling fifteen I loved my chappie so chappie is number four feel-good movie that I've seen since your diagnosis really should be running down or ship. He chip high crimes high crimes crimes. Hi, guys. It's such a great simple line. They're trying to get them to do crimes. And then they start like manipulating them allying champion member. They're coming up with reasons why I don't know that guy he took the car from an old lady something along those lines. Why do people hate it so much Hugh Jackman characteristic cartooning? There are great elements to the movie like the chappie character. And I remember why people hate it because Dan word the ever partisan so bad. That's like the stars of the funny. They're not actors. Referendum edges. I need to watch it again. That's what Dan this show, Brian because of this show in cinema Dicks to a lesser extent. I guess I don't indulge myself allow myself to watch movies repeatedly because I don't have time. I need to watch new stress Sherman on Netflix. Oh chappie. Now, Jeb stream Affleck's I might have to get hammered at watched Jefferson. Jeff is pretty great to watch Jappie tonight. Now, I gotta watch touch of evil. Fuck you never seen it. No seen. It's got a review. Project. I'm god. I wanna watch Jabbie just watched you happy life. I can't watch Jaffe with a boy, can I Ono Ono mean Ono mean like it. I don't like it. No. I like it isn't there a big bad robot to it's kind of scary. Jabbie twenty number four number four different. But it's come up. I've talked a long time. But when I first saw I was talking about it a lot because there's a movie that I loved it as a movie that may be cries movie, weep enersen weep, and you might think that funny for feel-good movie, maybe openly weep on more than one part of the film. But it let. Sorry. I just totally fucking blue. Really? But young at heart from two thousand eight is a feel good movie. Young sudden done like the actual fine amp sand that was nuts. The ant. Okay. Young at heart is about the documentary about the young at cancan. Yes, you can count. Also, great the chorus senior. A course of senior citizens who sing in Massachusetts. Apparently and directed by Steven Walker ninety one percent rotten tomatoes. How anyone could give this a bad review is beyond me. This movie moved me touched me, it is incredibly sweet people don't like to be touched old. It's all senior citizens singing singing like modern pop songs and rock songs in this choir. And they go around to other senior homes. They go to schools prisons old people do, but people do and some of them don't make it to the end of the film knit is crushing. But inspiring never never have. I been so devastated and inspired in the same movie is. I there's a movie I wanna show Tessa someday. I'm excited to show a young at heart used to be streaming on Netflix not anymore, but you can rent it for like three bucks on is zoned. I highly recommended this movie, you can watch with, you know, your teenage kids young kids, maybe even but this is also great day die movie. Fucking love young. I liked the end with guys doing the solo Coldplay song, just devastating. I think you might have had a stronger connection to it. Because of your love of the actual music as well. Which didn't have certainly helped. I can't remember what my critiques were what my problems were with the movie, but I didn't as acceptable as you had some some issues. It's just it's just like putting your mouth underneath like like a soft serve yogurt like thing. Just putting into just go down perfect from Mr. early when he Mr. Furlan three's company, he got shot or something, and he's trying to be cooled expose. My unclear to do that. Mr early. Sure he did. Young at heart. You guys check it out love that movie ever tell you the the Tommy Lee story. My Tommy Lee story are Tommy Lee saw was yet love line. Yeah. Did you go to the bar with after the cop came knowing that? Well, I still go there. My field your hatred of me because I was new love point and some point timely was kinda hanging out by himself. Just walked right up to him and struck him conversation. I known him for all at the bar. Yeah. Tommy Lee was a guest on level and many many years ago. This we got he was he had he came straight from doing Leno. I think it was the tonight show and his people were talking about how he wanted to watch himself on Leno when it aired out here on the west coast during his love line of parents played songs out of Madrid. We go to the bathroom coffee, or whatever, and we were playing on Tommy's covering really humane cover as a man he released a cover of fame by David Bowie. And he sat in the in the recording booth and the on air booth headphones on air drug owns every now and again bands with do that like they really get into their own song. And listen on the headphones. How are you sick of your fucking song yet? But that would happen. I remember I teed it, and he was just listening to an end staring at at Adam Andrew, and they're very uncomfortable. And he was just sitting there listening to his own song. Very serious mad dog in the moment. I know so people are like, hey, he wants to be able to watch him. So we're talking about, you know, having him hanging out the studio afterwards, and he's watching a little TV. And I'm like, you know, I go to a bar all the time afterwards. I can call over there. And see if they put it on the TV weird come to a recovering alcoholic. It was pretty sweet. So I call them up. We gotta call I called the girl, and I was kind of dating at the time who who's a bartender over there. And he's saying she's like, it's it's it's karaoke night. But we'll shut it down for Tommy bring 'em over because she's like obsessed right? So next thing, you know, it's like twelve fifteen we're rolling in there with his people and Tommy Lee, and tow in that we walk into the fucking bar kind of shut the art out because Tommy Lee's here. Larger than life character. So they shut down the karaoke for a minute. They put the tonight show on all the TV's, and he's kind of sitting there watching himself and all all like Tommy Lee's one very few people that can get away with something like that right there on TV. Yeah. And very genuine, and then he we went out on the patio. We smoke cigarette. And like it was it was just he was just hanging out the girl that I was kind of dating who's obsessed with him. I remember she looked face which was odd. But she did that and about that it was it was cool. And then tell me one on his way, and I ended up getting hammered. But here's the best part. I know told this somewhere so forgive me, if you've already heard this if you listen carefully or closely, but it's not like, I tell the story all the time. I'll never forget. He leaves karaoke comes back on there's pool tables in there. I'm standing by one of the pool tables. And I hear this conversation happened did did you see that fucking happen to like Tommy Lee came over and he's like fucking, dude. Stop playing pool I'm trying to watch on TV, and I'm like Thuc Ebro, and I just fucking took the shot. You know, I just fucking broke it fuck that guy. And I'm like, hey, dude. I was standing right here in that happened. You're making all that shit up. What that's how bad rumors. That's how rumors start about people. That guy is wanted like talk shit. And none of that happened. If you had a friend in LA tell you that happened to him. This is the friend. We're talking about here from us. It is not true. Not true. Right. Well, I shamed. Him in front of his friends. Did you I told her I went up, and I said, hey, look, I was standing right here. The entire time that he was watching on TV, which a give you we will that was a little weird. But he didn't he didn't tell you not to play pool and you didn't play pool. Right. You're standing there watching with him. So. Very puppy dog issues. A he's a nice guy for those. You think that produce are interested in just fucked up bills moving is fear, and edit is something in that at a place. No, that's how the conversation. Just went like Brian talked about his number four or whatever it was. And then I just said, hey, do you ever hear my Tommy Lee story? That's how that just went down. For me young at heart. Number three for me. Oh. I'm not doing love actually bright that came out before diagnosis love acsh- love. Actually, it's way too much love on the program. Actually does. Doing something similar? If you say the holiday, I'm going to leave the show about time Brian know about fucking because he'd been feel-good movie feel offer on the edges. It's a good movie. Also written a directed by Richard Curtis marginal starring Donald Gleason, Rachel mcadams and Bill Nye heat soft around the edges. What does that mean? What what does? That mean? I need a little rub. There was just the movie was Tweety was the it was it was too easy. Underwritten your to fucking easy. How about that? Okay. Feel-good movie, though, Mitch f- way. There's no halfway meeting. I don't wanna meet you anyways, bright, it makes you feel good good. Here's the thing about about time. It's a time travel movie. It's it's based in Senate around the the plot device that gets us to where we need to go with his movie is one of the most absurd ridiculous ideas. You could ever come up with which is a a runs in our family. We can travel through time. You just gotta go into that closet right there and concentrate, and then there you go that was the premise yet. It still worked. It's still had me buying in not hook line, and sinker. But I really enjoyed it. I bought into I love the characters Donald Leeson's like fucking peaking in this movie's fantastic. And it's sweet. And it's a feel good movie. And it's on my list at number three, Brian, dick. That's not that doesn't feel good. Nice. That's true. It's can this move on this up a little too far. There really was aggressive. My policies. Well, Louis this. Okay. 'cause we my next one's streaming on Amazon prime. Knowing heard what you just said. Except for me, you're in luck. Next one Brian. Let's just come up young her come up seven eight. Well, I mean, it's independent. Documentaries. Could've come on anytime away that I was. Oh, wait to catch. Start number three. Came out before my diagnosis. But I think I caught up with it later. I don't know when I saw this movie. But and I don't even think of it. It's not a it's a very small movie. I think you've seen what is the movie. The documentary my date with drew movies lame. No, it's not. Sweet movie phenomenon he made it his own camcorder. And you lose try to get a date with drew Barrymore. And was very persistence on. It was was it. Really? Oh, everyone knew about that. Shitty. Little bullshit movie where it's. Oh, going to get a date, would you bear more? I don't even know if actually sat through I did when I walked you listener consider through, and it's streaming on Amazon prime if you're a member you can stream it right now for no digital cost. I don't know if I ever saw my date with drew is a very sweet movie about what about stalkers Ryan got damage to run it down. He's got schyster. No. He's a director. Brian hers linger Brian wins eleven hundred dollars on a game show where radically the winning answer was drew Barrymore. And he huge drew Barrymore fan. His dream is to have a date with drew Barrymore, and he buys a camper from Circuit City, which was a store back then and he sets out on a mission to land a date with drew Barrymore. And he's like he's like interviewing friends of people who know her friends of friends, blah, blah, and he sits down with Eric Roberts and Corey Feldman. John August people who like, you know, sort of celebrities who know her he actually sneaks premiere Charlie's angels two. And this is this is all you know, following him. He's the director. He's the sub. Object. He's trying to track down drew Barrymore an entity very sweet sweet way is movie day with gonorrhea. This movie is made with the pert. I would not be sweet made the perfect tone. It's like, it's playful too. Seriously, not precious. It's just kind of like silly and fun. And you you like this guy. He's a likable, dude. I think that was I didn't know that I found him likable. I think he was unlikable. 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But yes, also getting at ten. Let's see. It's a ninety minute episode patriot. We just give them a twenty minutes the best. We've got a little not kidding. We don't do that. But the fillet of podcast. All right. Thanks guys for considering patriot. And help us get without. Welcome back time to go through our top two. Feel good movies. Oh, it is my turn. Number two for me. I just let everyone know that. It's all documentaries from your on. Really I to also earlier in the list. This is a movie that I was not that excited to see because I had heard bad things, which is weird. Considering the story. How do you fuck up back kid? How do you also ran a mine? Nice back. Kid begins twenty fifteen. I remember why most do remember when the story happened the day that it happened? I kid was diagnosed with childhood cancer and make a wish was something. Pretty over the top in outlandish tough to come up with. Well, he wanted to be a super. Yeah. And they took it took it, and they they ran with it being becoming a superheroes. A pretty I guess it could've put them in a Cape and put him in one of those indoor playgrounds, etc. Right. You're super your superman. Your Batman go ahead. Enjoy but the entire city of San Francisco came together, the mayor included tens of thousands of people are in on it helping him in this very elaborate Brian my call needlessly elaborate. To defeat the joker. Don't only part of the joker. The riddler. Don't only part of this movie that I remember having a problem with was the actor that I think there's a couple I think there was a couple villain city, and they were a little bit too into it. But I like to rain they were threatening member the train them how to be a superhero leading up to it. Like, he was an Gymboree type. And it was like he drift up as Batman also. Right. Yeah. Here's batman. He was about kid. Yeah. Yeah. But then he's like no now, you're here. Yeah. You're back it. It's just it warms the fucking cockles. I've notes heartwarming as acrobat treaning kademi. I couldn't help. But. There's liquid coming from the tear. It was liquid coming out of my eyes. I like that you watch Seinfeld. I have seen every episode. Yes. What is this liquid substance coming from my eyes? He's so emotionless. He cried once all confused by a robotic what is this liquid? Back it. It got initial the initial feedback word about that. I heard was not good. And I ended up not watching it until like months after it was released. And when I saw it on my who the fuck say, this is not good. What kind of dick all they're doing documenting the day, which is glorious have watched this little kid who was cutest sweetest little get. Honestly, I have not looked up to see what was up with this. I don't wanna know. Don't God we look now. No head on. Look look do you want to look at number two. No. That sounds awful. That show we want to get a look at my number two. All right. All right. We're do for me both of my films. Anderson has to documentary film from two thousand sixteen number one number two. If film the think, I don't know if you signed it to me or if I saw and was like, this is amazing. I not heard it until I earned it was nominated for what picturing asshole listeners just. Bharti my Email like what happened back? Don't do that. I don't wanna know until it was nominated for best picture of the Golden Globes. I'd not heard of sing street. I was like what Africa sing street? Really check it out. Sancturies sweet dredge by John Carney, the richer of once this is starring thirty awash Pilo Lucy Boyden, Jack Rayner, oh at the time with streaming streaming on Netflix. Let me look real right way as British this Burgum. I'm going to request that you do these kinds of thing should have sings that can fill some time here since she's a weird one for me because I remember coming up. I believe on this show on Roku. I'm like what is that? Don't even know what that is. And then I think you saw and then I looked it up. And I'm like, oh, yes, I did see this. But it just did not stick with me for whatever reason. I remember the big brother being an asshole. But older brother top-five characters who remind you of your co host. Hassle. He knew all the music, but I didn't let his, but then he finally let let us brother in a little brother. He's standoffish. That's right. I remember the trailer for this really. Well, I don't remember the movie that I love the music. I love the. The kid actors at a school like a middle school ish in middle middle school high school, I guess in Ireland and these kids form a ban, these unlikely friends full sort of full Monty ish, but for you know, the teenage set there's a foreign band, and the band becomes kind of a cool, you know, cool thing at their school. They're not cool, but they become kind of cool. And it's about this kid coming of age story. Very sweet he's in love with this girl. Obviously older girl has no interest in him variously, the musical number. That's the thing about all my movies. They stick the ending. All these movies end on a great note sink street ends no pun intended on a great now. There's a great musical number at their prom at the end of the year grape casting I kind of liked the kid couldn't sing that. Well, like he was he was like the lead singer. But he wasn't like a great singer good. This is what this movie was for me. It's kind of like Frank light. It's it's in the same university. The same kind of vibe is Frank ninety six percent or onto minutes. I wanna Frank is Brian. Tomatoes. You fuck. I'm the mon-. Bryan watch Ryan one just want. Ryan shows me the score right here. You're exposing your ways, I'm on just watch. Look look on my laptop. Interesting to tabs. Artsy? RTR? Number one for me. If we do another banned list problem with the ban list when we ban movies from each other. We only did it once I can't remember I remember election was banned from me. But I can't remember any of these tough to remembrance day true to that the think you may have done transformers for me. I would imagine. Like transformers one through four. You didn't like me. I knew contender for should be banned because it's skins getting too much airtime into much love here on the program. Just last week. I talked about how I'd seen it. Again. I'm talking about last year's won't you be my neighbor twenty eight teen number you might neighbor number one feel-good movie that I have seen since Brian got diagnosed nine Jerry Lewis. I love this won't you be my neighbor the story of Roger Fred Rogers. I don't have to go on about. Everyone knows what I'm talking about here. Right. It's it's a beautiful thing. Talked about on this show in the last year come up eight or ten times. In fact, you know, what I could actually make an argument for this not being a feel good movie. Because one I the two sons that I've watched it actually questioned my own parenting and thought you know, what I could be doing such a better job. It really makes you stand back, and you bring into it because this is feel good movie. This. Gives you a better outlook on the world. And they tired bowl times that I watched it. I was not around my son. I saw the first time like late night in the theater he was homeless leaving. And when I saw a couple of weeks ago, I was at my mom's house in palm desert, and I was there visiting my mom, and my sister and Atticus was at home. And I it made me miss him so much and it made me want to go. And I'm actually in started doing since I saw the second time. I've started doing some new for those you might not know, I'm pretty much fulltime. Stay at home dad, which I never. I never thought I'd love. But I absolutely love it. I it's my favorite time. I've ever had in my life. I love waking up with him. I love taking on different places and. But because this movie I've decided to try and do something different. Just since I thought most recently, I'm. I'm making sure that I do a minimum of thirty minutes of no TV no music, nothing. Just he and I sitting in a room or he and is playing them. Usually, we do that anyways. Because we'll go on walks and stuff like no, no walks just sitting in a room and just I'm figuring out what he wants to do talking to him kind of focusing to make at least thirty solid minutes of that day. And it's been great. That's great. What should it more than? I know that this I hate when this happens comedians that I like and they have a kid and then they retire act becomes about the kid. And I always, you know, people would be like ask me. Now, you have a kid you're not going to disturb movies anymore. That's not changing. But I'm afraid that if anything is is affecting my taste. It's a movie like won't you be my neighbor. I I'm really curious to see how I would've reacted to this movie. If I didn't have a kid, I think I would still loved it. But I don't think I would have. I don't think it'd be number one listed perhaps it would be. I don't know. I really can't tell you. I'm not sure no at no. But I. Can't tell you that. I'm thinking the two thought I was thinking about my son quite a bit wall it so that tells me that it probably has something to do with that kind of similar in the way, they're they're they're affecting us. And the way that we view them to the lens of having a kid. Are you done finished will be my number so many great moments that movie and it really kid or not a kid. I think he's one of the few I'm done. And then I continue to think he's one of the very few people. It's ever been in the public four texts that is actually honest and just truly a good person with guileless in the one negative review that I read might have just recently. But the the critic was suggesting that there was a dark side there and they'd gonna dig deep enough to find it. And I I don't think it was they're hard to imagine. I just I don't think it was it's not hard to imagine with just about every single person you meet. And usually that's a good thing. People should have a dark side that they struggle with. The footage would have existed. We've mentioned this like if if he had lost it, or if he had said, something, you know, if you had some. Was that public and exist? I think what makes me believe that. He was as on the up is someone who had a story his weight. Just never changing he was one hundred forty three times he was one hundred and forty three pounds from the time. He was twenty years old. And that he should I think that he just found his roof. Just stuck with it. Like, he didn't go up heating go down. He was just very like. Twenty physically emotionally and spiritually. I'm good. Yeah. He did the exact same thing every single day. I think that he just real and and his kids stock the interviews kids in this documentary, and they they say, you know, what he was at the dinner table if he was talking badly about someone he would use like the the queen's voice that he a little puppeteer. They like you that he would channel. And it was always something pretty benign, right? But all right. Won't you be my neighbor, Fred Rogers? He's in a lot of people have religious iconography in her life. I don't Fred Rogers. The closest thing that I have done seven minutes ago. I don't know. Okay. What's in hits speaking? Pittsburgh. Let me tell you this. No more stays on. Appreciate everyone. Give me the emails and tweets and let me know they feel bad for me and my Pittsburgh Penguins getting bounced we're on the shirt. They got swept the first round. I've never experienced that my tire life swept in the first round. But you know, what I'm glad it's over. So it can go back to focusing on work in the boy. And it was it was nice. If you could get knocked out at least, I didn't have to seventeen games just four games done banned it off right off. Okay. So Fred Rogers. Fred if you have more flats I need to get a tattoo where it's it's chappie wearing Fred's sweater vests. Whatever. Good. That's going to be a deep poll. That's explain that one a lot after talk about it. Too much. Maybe like chappie sitting down taking shoes off. Tumorous meringue. We used to say, boomerang, boomerang simmering. I never watched the show I watch because he'd come on after a Sesame Street, and he disrobe, right? And then once the Charlie would come. I'd be like I'm not going to that land. I didn't I didn't like any of the fucking troll dolls. How to drive it home to have chappie with the sweater vest? But it's like, you know, chest up, and he's holding Daniel tiger looking at himself, like talk him Daniel tiger. And I tell you do it. Okay. That's a little too serious. I was hoping for a punch line. I watched Daniel tiger. Which is the continuation of of garage. I watched that with with Atticus. I watch it when it's all in the morning when his breakfast, but I cannot take his fucking fantasy land or whatever it was called. I did not like not like the show at all you watch it. Never well Anderson. Thank you provided the perfect segue. I don't know interstate. If I'm a good, dad. I hope I am doing my best ever here. But can't say for sure that I'm I'm a good father things. I do fathering are are good. However, I can't say the one. One thing. I am proudest of we'll see how this how this works out life. But the one thing I'm proud of my my father in the first two and a half years. I have completely steered Tessa away from television before completely steer into movies movie. She was watching lying earlier tonight. I don't know why you're so proud of this. She loves the incredible 's she loves Toy Story, right? He loves nemo's loves Neiman. There's one more record row. She loves reckon route number one favorite, coincidentally is my number one. And it's not it's a it's a lotta the quakes. It's well, it's not it's not a coincidence sense that I've now seen this movie twenty five times, whereas before it had tests, I thought once or twice it's your favorite movie. I loved this movie. I've only this is really rare with kids Steph I've grown to appreciate and love it more with like twenty additional viewings. I'm talking about Milwaukee mwana is my number one field goodness. Bizarre. Twist. It is a bizarre twist is not just because of what how how it makes me feel vis-a-vis Tessa. She loves the movie, and I loved that you get into that. She sings the songs one is great movie. This was a fantastic mood that I loved when it came out it lost to Zootopia, which is a fucking outrage for best animated. Toby Toby is fine. I've seen both transcendent Moana is definitely in fear. How many times have you seen topiary once? All right. It's fine. Good twice mwana once. So I guess we're even there fucking beautiful. It's okay. There's a lot of goofy. The chicken fucking throws me off. I don't give a shit. One party. Both agreed actually I guess you've really turn a corner on this one. Because I think that we both gave it like we both watched it. We both fasted here on the program, and we both gave a new model middling reviews. Right. But we love the shiny. I did love that scene. That was only thing really live. I've come to appreciate the movie a lot more. And here's the thing. Most kids movies, you love most kids movies will beat you down and be like now the fucking frozen again logo need this again wanted like like you you pick up on a lot. The themes are fantastic. The girl sort of being steered down one road by wearing father this teams identify with. You know, you stay here with the tribe. You stay here on the island. And and she's like, no, there's something calling me the ocean has chosen me for this impossible mission. And I'm going to beat the odds and accomplish this thing that no one thinks that can accomplish. And in the meantime, reforming this character this Maui character played by the rock whose fantastic and like. Performing him and his way word ways. He's a Demi gods. What what business do I have is just as little human girl? Like, you know, but I'm reforming raising showing him the light. And at the same time saving the world, restoring the heart of defeats his kill killing all the islands. But if I restore the heart and the part of the end where she restores a heart choked up every so weird. I mean, all of that that you just explained it's just all like it needs to be there. So that she can do these things sing like go through the motions. Like, I feel like we need a we need to be to see what is it going to be a heart. Okay. Great. And there's a that. She has. That she has in the sense that like I'll picks. And that's not a Pixar movie. No sense that I'll Pixar movies swallow for this is shown as get out being number one out of the fucking blue. Because you gave it a decent review when you fast. This is weird wanna. Really I got to think that you're kind of seeing it through your daughters is a little bit. I surely come to appreciate it more in the last couple years. Let me tell you this. You're you're self congratulatory. I am a genius father, and I'm steering my daughter away from TV only having her watch movies. I appreciate that me. Like the film. Snob guy that I am. However, I'm going the opposite route with advocates because the last thing I want to do is for him to Guam onto something that I don't really love. I love toys story. I love it. But that's one that Gillian like she has them watched. It all the time. I'm fucking finally tired of toys store, you want to be able to have something that has new dialogue new character new things happening. And I get that with TV. I get that with pig sense. Thank god. I get that with the hey Dougie, which absolutely fucking door. Dougie's? I know that this is probably awful for you guys don't have kids, but hey, Dougie is just wims ical. And and you know, Daniel tiger. He's comforting in the morning, the Sesame Street over there two characters that raised me. That makes perfect sense. And you're right about that. The only answer I have for that is there's always another movie. Like tonight was the first time. She watched The Lion King. And she asked for what you take Fossett didn't go. Well, no, she cried a lot. We're talking about, you know, but but when I went to kiss her goodnight said to me we wash line she wants to watch the game. He wants to see the same thing with the same thing with finding nemo when the pair Kutu like eats all the fish at the beginning, all the eggs like she cried. And screamed and cried mixing like we watch nemo again. Is there a barracuda Cummings? Yes, there's a to coming. Into it. I'm not dealt with that yet. I really it's funny when he was really this my apologies to all of you like young twenty year old something twenty there. Some funders fucking old boomers talking about this shit old lumers. Yeah. That's after. Fuck. Fuck it, boomer. Pretty. I am not when he was like nine ten months old. I remember we discovered that. Children feast. Sweet he started crying, really. And like, maybe he's using a mood feast like a week later sorta crying really there's a collection of Disney shorts. There's also like a bear little movie on there too with some music and stuff. History put feast on here fees will be he's so feel-good. But it makes you feel bad before makes you feel good. But I have not really experienced him. Like, you really getting devastated by a movie? Oh, no, lost her mind being Email lost her mind in Lion King because I'm kind of not she likes that pain, chilling, and I were talking about taking them to Lion King when it comes out like ninety days when they're doing the hundred day one hundred days on that. Now haven't seen that I try to avoid information. I want to take him to lying 'cause I'm king. I love my lying, and I'm excited to see what father does but Gillian suggesting that we take him in after the died. So I'm like that's not how I see. No, she's afraid of steal from the movie theater. Let you wanna save come in. Yeah. He didn't make it through missing link. Popcorn was over his let's go go. Now. I like it. No. I don't like how far are you an hour about made it out. I I went back and watch the rest. Do you think I don't know the science behind this at all asking your Pinon? Do you think the length of TV shows? Our our our training would train kids who have the patience that through a ninety minute movie. No, I think it's just like the food is saying wants a food runs out or. Yeah. Because he couldn't follow missing link and missing links not made for two and a half year old. I think I mentioned this on the film because he could watch I've done this. I'll put on like a two hour video of trash trucks, a compilation of trash trucks, all different cities, kind of interesting to see like different kinds of trash realize I'm over so fucking Janke Brian. It's like somebody's like hooked up box. But he'll sit there. Completely quiet and transfixed for ninety minutes. Washing trash trucks. Tesla escalators escalator ex excavator esque Exeter. She calls an it's an excavator commander. She's she's next. Later this. We're relatives. And hey start see day. They're good. Actually, I'm an ask talks about it on the phone while at the time like last Christmas time, but like Tessa actually south through the entire Grinch movie. Like of it's breath. Ken. He was forty thirty thirty minutes. He's all right apologies for this transgression. I I. Aggression grandkids. I allowed it because. It's week to hear Brian talk about a daughter that many doctors told him you would never be able to actually true everyone any episode that we're going to you know, wax about our fucking kids. Pretty good. Do you want to do listening list? Yeah. So thanks to Chad. Yuki who's been continuing to do a phenomenal job fact of Chad lived closer to us. I would start to lobby for him to be producer. But he. Three hours away. Listen, listen number of ties this week. We did have one hundred nine films hundred nine you said. Three way tie. The number five first time we've had a tie since I've been producing which I little bit annoying. But they each had multiple voids votes voice tied for five is back to the future. Cool runnings and love acsh- love actually as well as as well as Rudy sorry right now. Feel-good movie sort of like all those miracle and. What's the one? We have Marshall invincible. We are Marshall fell in Vegas actually liked it. Okay. Mic g very UNMIK G movie. Okay. Number four took the way way back which I did not hit me. That's a feel good movie and people like oh, people sample number three the LEGO movie. Yes. Oh, my number two the sandlot. How could it not be a number one? The Princess Brard the Princeton runs mazing number one last time. It was I think it was. I can't remember on real mentioned to a movie Anderson sign me years ago, and I loved quite a bit the sapphires, very devil. Sam guy that directed. The what you'd be my neighbor. No, that's not your. He was started. Yeah. Sorry. Sapphire is very versatile and similar tastes right to what sapphires ten feet from stardom twenty twenty. I mean in the sense that it's about female singers. They both felt the same type of movies big fish. Also just missed my last movie that came up on the original episode as well. Toy Story fares. Bueller babe. That thing you do full Monty. I'm going all over the map since before your diagnosis. Well, bad news bears. The original fuck you the walk. The walk is a forgotten movie. And it was actually pretty fucking good Walker. Yeah. Which Gordon love it. Max three d actually worked. I never saw that one blue. It's meccas maximum. It was good. And it just completely forgotten. I it's it's about that. It's the mantle mantle wire not about movie the dish. That's a movie that get no love on the show one of my favorite. Love the dish. It's true life story about Australia's. Part in the satellite communication with the Apollo eleven mission. Believe was Apollo eleven. Yeah. Because they're all around the world a blackout spot, and they needed this little town of sheep herders who had it happen to have a giant satellite dish. That was not really being commissioned for anything, and they all had to get together. And it was very very sweet and very well made. And I loved the dish hot rod. How could you not love how big the sandlot? Billy, Elliot LEGO movie hiding out Rudy about a boy, the iron giant and a legal their own all feel good fucking movies. Hold on. All right last week. We gambled on hell boy, he'll book. I was pretty close. Brian said fifty three now us fifty three fifty three Brian's at seventy six. It's going to Giovanni seventy points. Current scores for this week's gambling. That's not the one this week's movies for gambling. That's not the one result of last week's gambling. That's the that's the one needlessly elaborate he rates numerous times. So I can't see anything. He'll boy also known as hell boy has a. Riding tomatoes score of. Sixty three percents does not says the audience, I was gonna say it's nine percents tomato meter that. We're going off those fifteen percent, which makes me the clear coat winter as much of a winter's again as the islanders are winner over the penguins. Hey last week. There was no score Brive. All right. Yeah. Was nine thought. Well, there's no score by when geo actually sent the Email all and you said earlier. Okay. Let me look up movies that I have to sign you movies bribe Ryan. This is great this big movies for gambling. What I want you to watch Fitzcarraldo? Fits girls, curl. Enjoy that. And then you know, what you don't you can do what's he can watch. I'm drawing a blank about too much drink. I know I don't eat the fascinates. There's there's a great documentary. It's on par with hearts. The darkness ya. It's an it's a companion piece to fit scroll the fiscal girl, though. One of the great Verna hers movies. He made back in the seventies. With that cloud cloth kiss Klaus Kinski. Oh, yeah. There's a making desires of something something desire. No, that's Kubrick's first movie trash fear desire. No dreams in desire dreams that fac mice. No money. I'm sorry fifth girl fits girl might be early eighties. That's cool. That's cool with crawled eighty two under the Elms desire me. No desire Inc. All know Cyrus free. Werner Herzog documentary film called wings of desire. No. Much Corolla documentary. We'll give me the answer. I'm googling this right now burden of dreams has nothing to do their burden of dreams. Fuck. It's good that so good. No. You gotta watch. It's all you got to actually do the work. And if I summer dreams, that'd be bad eight point one, I'm db anything north of seven five is pretty high percent that seems low. All right gambling on what this week Bryant open the Email. We both get them from Jalen Giovanni and pretty slow week Peluso. Giovanni peluso. I believe this is a very. Actually, no, this one Vilma heard of this one and a half on a much. I'm looking to list to number one. What does one under the silver lake that it's the guy that did a follow follow up to it follows? Finally, we're getting to see under the silver fucking. That is it follows. I know I know that is what is the Silverlake. It's been shrouded and see you don't wanna Disney's penguins. Now, come on, man. You know, you'll see the trailer number five teen spirit. You don't know team spirit. I do not fair that I sort of now it's another tough week Disney's penguins. Yeah. Never these last couple of weeks. I first couple of weeks of. Middle two weeks of April soft spot front of stay away from vendors, but this is the weekend to strike, right? Disney span was I don't care if you're penguins. All right, ready. Actually, it's about I have no insight on this whatsoever. It looks terrible. All right. I got my score. Sixty seven seventy out of your penguins because they were created in nineteen sixty seven. Okay. The next six the next six original six and then the next six the second wave Brent Jomon look up current scores. Say about three points, we have an Email from from Giovanni. Sixty seven. Eighty-eight faulk. Would you would you say I said eighty eight seventy. Yeah. Under the silver. Like fifty one percent teams seventy five percent, thanking GO especial. Thanks GIO for sending this every week. That's very helpful pre sheet. It main fakes jed, jed Yuki tab tabulating. So you're seventy interrupt. Putting that on the on the listener on the suddenness people think if you don't mind, please. Because I was forget Chad Yuki. Oh, yeah. Should do that. Yeah. Thanks, Chad for tabulating preciado, it let me look at the arch with seventy right, right. Seventy this week penguins. I did. Who is Alison Rosen. Why why everyone's in there? Yeah. That's a very strange pairing. That corolla. It is. Yeah. Yeah. All right this nation here Aaron Stevens. Thanks aaron's. Davis are being our fan artist of the week. Check it out Anderson and Brian dot com. Good news favorite waste of time. Anderson Brian dot com about the list art, and it's a lot of fun. If you don't do that on regular basis, make your part of your routine every once in a while because there is a great great hilarious list art on their some well done some schlock done. All good all handpicked. You know, what I'm running very dry. I'm running low so send some more over to contact at the film vote actually just send it to Anderson. Interesting Cowan dot for sure I'll get people to us on Facebook subject that it amazes me and warms my heart that people send that and we have one every week. That's crazy. So really low though dangerously low actually, I gotta use a us a political next week about Trump, which it's Trumpers, trash members should should have done it a couple of weeks ago. With with the beach coming out because it's harmony Crin film, but everybody Chad ice did that one for me, so Trumpers. It's pretty good. Yeah. Thanks to youth culture. The m Tet and maladies about him Stokes. For our artists are music face guys. Fisher artists and fighting the music. Yes. 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"In a different future starts with you. That's go daddy does more than help you find. You can create cell and found online so any small business could be a driving force to create change or building empire. We know old ideas are cutting anymore. So we're calling for a new generation thinking your way of thinking so whatever you have in mind that will help make different future. Find everything you need to start started at go daddy dot com because the future is decided. Get this up to us to make it happen star different at go. Daddy dot com. This is the rich eisen. Show shoe zam from the rich. Eisen show studio in los angeles eliminated. Tonight defeats the lakers. What are they do. What the moves that. This team news tonight you back in the array of story to come out afterward then the array of analysis. You're gonna hear kyle. Lowry is named as gasps. Nhl on nbc analyst. Eddie olczyk actor patrick wilson. Espn college basketball analyst. Jay bilas was actor dominic monaghan and now you're rich. I welcome this dish of the rich. Eisen show live here. Los angeles california home of only one basketball team still in the nba playoffs. That's what we got going on here. My is rich eisen thus the name of the show Good to see you over there. Chris brockman how are you sir. I'm sitting a little higher. My seat today writ was that you know why because the lakers are out for the los angeles lakers here in southern california. Your team in A front office shake up. The the guy is in charge of the celtics now. He's never done that before and is much better would think as a coach and now he's leaving the coaching spot and now he's in the front office and and Is that why. Is that why you're sending in your high up on your pathetically speaking while it's a little fat. Hi how are you over there. Mike del tufo doing well rich. Good to see you over there and what's going on. Pj jefferson well. It's my mom's birthday today. Start say happy birthday mom out. You know terrific. Yeah could i get that in there. Excellent isn't that wonderful. What are you getting her for her birthday. I send her some stuff already a ping pong table sugar. She that washer dryer that was in the game previously mind. Abbott net told his mother. Wait a minute much better birthday for you to focus instead of entertaining for those on the radio audience audience the look. I just got from jefferson. His it's my mother's birthday treating that this way because coffee again. Sometimes it works against you. I'm all for it. She knows rich. She sees to get those reports on my my report card about all you know doesn't use time wisely. Thinks he's the class clown improvement. Yeah got it needs improvement. Hey look everybody. The it's it's now official. It has officially run. Its course and but i mean there are no teams from the state farm playing tournament left in the nba playoffs right now. Last one in was the latest one out. Los angeles led by the way the other way to look at it. Is there's going to be an nba champion. What an egg. Wow that the los angeles lakers late last night. Eight anthony davis maybe hearing charles barkley talking about street. Clothes got out of his street. Clothes got in. There wasn't even remotely close to being one hundred percent as we say in the business he did give it a go and his teammates song. Yeah you can see it right away gave it a whirl gave it a try wasn't working out four and a half minutes in the roof caved in roof caved in and i know all the lebron haters out there will be saying this is when you've got to put your team on your back this one you've got to do. What the forty point. Twenty rebound twenty six. You gotta you gotta just go and put this team on your back and do it. Well look maybe lebron fifteen years ago could have done it. I don't know but you gotta face facts that this guy is not one hundred percent himself and guess what all the tinkering that the lakers did in the non-playing season the brief one between the bubble in this year's truncated regular season that got pushed back a little bit but was still jammed up next to the previous season. Worked out all the moves that they made schreuder twenty point game last night but when it all comes down to it who is making the big shot with lebron. Lebron could drive the basket. All he wants. Who's making the open threes. Who's doing that. Where's danny green. You take him. Won't you did i. I i know a lot of laker fans. Like danny green. Who's making the big shot jude. I'll tell you what i'll tell you what. They came out of a couple of time outs when they needed a shot. And they were setting up casey. Kcpt for three yeah. That's not ideal. I mean that's not ideal. I mean the guy can make a shot. He can get hot. it's he's not he's not the third man in and they needed the third man to be the next man up next to lebron last night and lebron also did not perform as well as we've seen him in playoffs branches disinterested until the third quarter when he started actually driving to the hoop. Well also tip the cap to the phoenix suns. Fifty plus win team in the regular season. Chris paul just when we thought how many times in this series it was like how well here we go once again. It's his moment. he can't stay healthy. He got out there making shots. What was he was the newer lip reading last night. Oh ask about me ask about ask about ask about me. He may he said after making a big jumper he personally made a couple of plays push. The action made some shots to stave off. One of the handful of runs that the lakers made last night and they were all higher register runs. Like hey we cut this twenty. May if we could make this twelve point game. Hey if we got this to single digits they were. All higher register runs by the defending world champs last night on their home court but he had a personal stretch. The lakers got paul. Hits two shots hits a guy on the corner for three back to seventeen and that was jae. Crowder is making shots to and but we all know it's devon booker's world that we were rent paying in last night at it kids pretty damn specialty I will talk to my Coordinating producer back there in the chair. Mike hoskins get me. The devon booker sound bite ready after the after the game last night because he misses something lakers. You're gonna have to deal with didn't have to deal with this in. The bubble did not have to deal with this in the bubble and that is a young star. Hungry coming into their building and being inspired by kobe bryant. That wasn't the case last year. In the bubble but lakers and fans get ready because this is going to be a regular occurrence in the same way that everybody likes to go into the garden and shut the crowd up. Everybody get ready. One stud star after another is gonna come into staples and say something like this ourselves thinking about cold and in the conversations that we had no kind of what we just went through. You know the postseason And and being legendary taking steps to get there you know so seeing that eight and that twenty four up there the way that the lighting staples has right here feels like shining down on you. And i know he was here tonight. I know buddha probe. That is some serious stuff right there. that's terrible. That's the tangible intangibles that you want your stars to feel. Look out. look out lakers lookout laker fans. There are more devon. Booker's come into for a long time to come. That's an intensity you need to match and i think you could also chalk up to what brian windhorst of. Espn said on the show yesterday. That the every team that was in the bubble last year that made a deep run in the bubble feels the effects. It was a significant significant hall to go deep in the bubble last year. That said there's only one team in the final four of last year's bubble still in it and that's the team that minus will barton and of course minus jamal. Murray bounced the portland trailblazers on their home court last night. How about them denver nuggets baby. We better start talking about about the denver nuggets next up for the sons. What a fun series. That is going to be like old. It could be it. Could very well be like old. Aba just to eighty one thirty one twenty michael adams day because he it could be. It could be like that right. alex english. The joker fat lever michael order monte morris austin rivers. You know the thunder dandy. Oh yeah here we go. Let's go and congrats to them. The nuggets one twenty six one fifteen winners last night. The portland trailblazers are out the nuggets. Move on the jazz. The one seed in the playoffs waiting to see what happens tonight in dallas will dallas make it to for two of one and done los angeles basketball teams. That'll be tonight. We'll see if everything goes as we have seen. The clippers will win because the road team has won every single game In this series but right now jazz are sitting at home waiting to see who continue key can continue to beat each other up in this series and the nuggets move on. Take on the sons and the question is what now for one of the most talented players this league features one of the most talented players. This league has featured all time. You know how. I feel about dame time i love him. I feed off him. I feed off of what he's become a feed off the kid from oakland. What he's become. I love it can't get enough of his play. Can't get enough of his energy. Can't get enough of his. I love this town. I'm gonna put this town on my back. I'm going to do it. And so it kinda crushes me to see his instagram post last night. It's him leaving the arena last night in while very nice by the way. Something i can't pull off is that what is that That's not a gene suit right. Is it elven. It looks like velvet. Looks like what it is for socially acceptable. And then that's same on the left. And then on the right him congratulating yokich last night and then a quote from nipsy russell. How long should i stay. Dedicated how long till opportunity meat. Preparation and all i can say. Is this daming. Don't give up please. Don't give place turns thirty one in july. He's got well. How much left in portland is gory. Here's one hundred and seventy six minutes a lot of money. So he's set. And i just want to say this to him. Don't give i totally understand why he's feeling deflated that every year. He's kinda like he shouldn't be the star player of the moral victory. He should not be that guy he doesn't deserve. He does not deserve that. but that's what he is. He is again. The higher register superstar. Like hey i mean portland you know might shot here like you know. Hey he deserves. He deserves better than the moral victory superstar status the guy who can make the shot from anywhere. Make the shot at any time but just can't get to the promised land and so it is on the portland trailblazers organization to stare into the mirror. And say what now what next what can be done. And i don't like seeing all the means on twitter and all the phrases about what can be done to help lillard and the answer is trade him. That's not what the players are going to do. He's not going anywhere. It would be hard to move him because the team has to absorb nearly two hundred million dollars understood. But what free agent. What what's taiwan is going to go there. And what does portland give up. It seems like cj would have to go. Nurkic would have to go. And whatever draft picks and draft capital. They have left would have to go but i don't think those the two that you would point to those are the two that you need to stay there to build with him right. It's the others around him. Needs a superstar. And they'll do we love cj mccollum but it's not getting done rocking to win there as they're currently constructed. They need a big time player. The name i heard throughout today was karl. Anthony towns is karl anthony. Towns and simon's is young kid and willard is that enough to compete in the west. I dunno while as he pointed out they couldn't even get out of the first round against a team that's missing tour their top three or four players in barton and obviously right. But how about the nuggets. Give them some props while we need to. We need to really start. Appreciating the joker. I know he's going to win. Mvp this year. Well how about collective is doing is insane. How about how about the coach. Who said he's sick and tired. He can't wait for the day where he's not gonna get cova tested in the morning every single day. The bubble this year we saw the lakers basically tap out. Last night we saw the celtics not be anything remotely close to what they were last year. The heat i mean goes from a team where i'm like. Don't break them up for mass. They ran out of big face. Coffey rich certainly ran out a big face game finals. I know that i know that. And they got worked. Correct this time around. Correct post tired though the nuggets. So the one out the nuggets. The nuggets are. I don't know the high altitude. Can't the nuggets. Beat the suns and get to the conference finals again. And then why can't they give the jazz. All they can handle or the mavs or your clippers. All they can handle. Who's counting them out. I wouldn't. I just don't think that they can go the whole way without jamal. Murray though you need somebody who cared how to match devon booker shot for shot. Because we've seen it. Oh they're shooting like that last night. Phoenix is going to the finals while the nuggets shut like that too from that series now michael porter jr. might be that guy your guy austin rivers who you say won't do it again wyoming. Technically he had eighteen but he but respect. I didn't give them enough credit. So i would say i was wrong. We all need to live our lives like the confidence of austin rivers. Yes we do. I used to say back in the day. Going to clippers games the years ago that in his mind thinks that he's derrick rose. Yes the way he plays. And this is pre injury. Derrick rose because well that guy was on stop get ready for confidence level friday. You kinda nail clippers last time. We'll get we'll do that later. On in the show. Let's go confidence level. Friday also will include the preakness. Pardon me the belmont stakes. Right with eddie. Olczyk is our first guest by the way the and hey the nuggets move on. The avs are up two games to none on the vegas nights to try to go three. Oh in las vegas tonight. Good sportsweek with stan. Kroenke addio is going to be Chitchatting with us on this program as he's going to help us with the The belmont stakes belmont stanks or the belmont. Wow six years ago. It was at the first draft in chicago on. Thanks the actor patrick wilson. Who is in the latest conjuring film the conjuring. The devil made me do it. It's a movie You know it's a little frightening. It's about somebody who does not choose the middle kate. Pardon me wait a minute. I need to read the liner notes. That's not what it's about you. Happy birthday dear. Mom teams jay. Bilas is on this program. Jay bilas is on this program and do we ask him about Johnny manziel bussing with the boys saying that he was signing all sorts of stuff at college after he wins the heisman trophy. So good luck. Good luck take my chick. Fillet linda gray for me fantastic. I listened to that yesterday. Oh man we weren't planning on talking naming jay bilas but we will we. We're gonna talk about coach k.'s. Retirement coach k. Was on with dp earlier today. Here on nbc sports on peacock the actor dominic monaghan is in a new film called edge of the world which is available on digital and demand. Today's also got a podcast out. The friendship onion podcast with him and billy boyd. Talking about lord of the rings because you know he's in lord of the rings mismanaged lord of the rings episode of star wars the rise of skywalker also by the way lost law which is one of my favorite. Tv shows of all time. The first season of loss is a perfect first season of television perfect unbelievable. So he's on the show and then Put it up one more time there Hoskins our guest list Frank moscow is up here yet to know this dudes name. Who is frank. Most mos ocado sounds like somebody that Del tufo cheated on her science test. Back in the seventies frankie most yukata wouldn't come capri no idea about the physics frankie. Tell me what answer number. Five is out the pave. No actually no. He is a top draft prospect of major league baseball. He is a high school for not phenom phenomenal player. We've been can. We were a little conflicted about booking him because he is coming off of not one not two not three but four straight no hitters and he starts tomorrow man and he agreed to come on. And it's freaking me out. I know it's freaking me out. So we'll talk with him and wish him luck before his start tomorrow. And if he goes and pitches a perfect game. We'll say you're welcome. And if he gives up ahead we'll say who are you again so he's from manchester connecticut east catholic high. They begin state tournament play. Next week he pitches tomorrow. During this streak he's thrown forty two innings. All hundred in one strikeouts. Geez man all those players struck out are due to start for the new york yankees tomorrow. I was gonna say if they. Hey if they're all going for exit velocity. You can be a new york. Yankee pitched for the orioles right now unbelievable. So he's on a show. That's how we're rolling when we come back. Apparently what bruce arians said on this show Earlier this week has made some rounds. Yeah so we'll review that once again. Hey if we're making news won't use it for our own content. We don't have to ask permission on this tv. Show radio show on nbc sports on peacock. We'll be right back with that news and so much more eight. Four four zero. Four rich is the number to dial right here on this edition of the rich eisen show. Hey before we get to our commercial break though. I do wanna talk to you about the white hot. Oh gee family of potters it. You'll love it as well from odyssey. It's an old school concept. The be revolutionary insert. The famous urethane insert golfers everywhere. 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Go out the wrong way. Joe louis you know come on. It was a tremendous champion but to see him getting knocked out of the ring and crawling through. Ropes is not the image. Wanna have of a champion like that. I always wanted to be bold and brazen so you know redo that you had to finish as mvp the league and your last year. And say i'm going. I'm going to go to hollywood movies. World s right. See something else. Do you mean so. There was no rocco welsh in the national. football league. Essentially is what you're snow. No right the dirty dozen when you hear that movie name. what are you what. What's your recollections of being. On the set shooting. That movie jim i was frivolous they had one. Cast of all times led by lee martin I mean donald sutherland. And john kass abedi's would go on and on and on his book and it was just a tremendous experience for me. I was the rookie guy. They could've blown me off to say they took me under their wings and help me and gave a decent performance because of that. No real because of that because of all of that and I had sense enough to recognize that had been other circumstances. I probably would have had a miserable performance but Bob voters was our director And i think i would probably be the only directly that could handle that group because not only what town that they were crazy off the offset office. Sit on said is. There is a safe for work story. I don't know telling us would be a good one. I think and also and also wherever labor had a known problem but his soon to be why of made sure that he got to the set on time and that scene. Where you drop in the hand-grenades just running along. Yeah i mean didn't make it. Well how how many how many takes the one is hit that cement. So and and that mess god so once you got hurt hurt. I got was hurting. There's a difference there a difference being hurt and injured. They say you got six years ago today. Guys jim brown was here on the set. Mr brown mr brown. He signed your helmet right. Talon at syracuse. Helmet right there at the second time. I've met jim brownie. Asked me how to spell my name both times. Okay well chris could be with the kerry or c. s percents. He's seen as a positive saying positive. I'd met jim brown twice. Espn spell my name both. Can you spell your name birket. The first time album was six years ago. Show so jim brown here on this set. The first time. Jim brown was my freshman year of college at syracuse and he was doing assigning outside one of the local sports bars and i waited in line and he asked me how to spell my name because they were just signing eight by ten and i got so flustered because jim brown was speaking to me. I forgot for a split second hottest spell my own name. Well that makes two of us. Having been flustered by jim brown. Yeah we were. I think in our first year at nfl network two thousand three and we were going to post tape. Jim brown so we would do. We did total access from. I think it was if five o'clock to six o'clock was an eight o'clock eastern time. Because steve bornstein who helped you know who created. Nfl network had the idea of total access being a talk. Show format with news and information some celebrity element to it at eight eastern time at At at eight eastern and then eleven o'clock eastern time and it would be five o'clock out here and eight o'clock East coast and the reason. Why he he wanted it. There is because he thought that folks would enjoy a prime time talk show in the same way that he got the west coast feeds from the east coast at eight o'clock pacific of the late night shows and he thought it would be great for eight o'clock eastern long story short. We tape from five to six. I believe when we started and jim brown couldn't make it until like six zero five. Whatever we're going to record him for the next show the next day and he got there early and came out on the set in the commercial break to ask. When are we recorded. I just got here like what's going on. Like i'm just hearing again. Nfl could just started so. We had no tracker track record of handling guests appropriately. We had no track record of. Everything's handled don't worry you're here where we've got everything covered and we also didn't have a huge staff. There were like one or two people learning how to welcoming intake an in studio guest. Put them in a green room in his spot. Make sure they got what they wanted like. We were all new it everything so he comes out on the set and where like a minute or so to commercial break being over and i've got to do the live show. Jim brant brown can't be out there. He came out the green room in strolled onto the set the to find out what's going on down the person he walked up to to ask what was going on. And when are we recording. And why are we recording. Yet was me i and here piece and the control room. That could also seed kind of all this. We were blocked from the control. Room was like there was right there right off of the set with glass that could see the floor but they could not see me but they could hear me in a microphone talking. Jim brown has jim out there yet. Gyms out here right now and and some talking to them. But i to talk to him and he's like who are you talking to and i'm like holy. Right was close. Chris and and he you know at the time i guess was in his early late sixties zo three. Oh four three so. He just turned eighty a couple years ago. He's eighty five. Yeah so he was in his early seventy s or late very late sixties turned seventy and and i'll tell you at that age. Jim brown looked like he could give down. Yes suffering no fool. And i'll just finish this because again. This is six years ago Today that he was on the show told the story before on the shell tell again. My favorite story. I've one if i like. Hey rich and you're eighteen years of doing nfl network What are your top five favorite stories. Go ahead ask me that instead of me. Just setting yourself and you're like eighteen years of working at the nfl network. Do you have a favorite story. I've got a few thanks for asking. I'm gonna play One of them was before we were on the air before we launched in november of oath. Three it was the fiftieth anniversary of the pro football hall of fame and we went there. Talk about not having a track record we had. I would go up to people. And they're like you know what the sportscenter guy doing their no. I've left sportscenter about three months ago. I'm not there anymore now. The host of nfl network and the number of people that would say what's that what's that. What does that work. And what are you going to talk about. And then other people in the nfl who were there would come to me and say yeah. We know you're with us now right. I'm like yeah. So what are you doing literally was insane but what we were there for was to not only meet and greet the whole league. That was there and get to know a lot of the hall of famers. But i was interviewing them for interviews that were put in the can and not used until the next year when because i was the only host on. Nfl network we aired these so we could fly to ohio and set up shop to do our shows there so i was creating evergreen material and the panels that i interviewed. I invite him the bust room of the hall of fame and we would get some hall of famers together and talk about you know. We got a bunch of coaches together. We got a bunch of defensive players. Together we were gonna get ronnie lott lawrence taylor and merlin olsen together to talk about the hardest hitting players in the nfl and talk about hitting people. Hard lawrence. taylor didn't show. But we got asked ronnie lotte together and i asked each of them. You know the hardest hit somebody. I don't remember ronnie's answer. Maybe it's because it wasn't nearly as compelling merlin olsen merlin olsen said. May he rest in peace that at the coliseum rams versus browns jim brown there and the rams were like. We're going to hit this guy and we're not gonna let him beat us. We're gonna beat him up. I mean i can't wait to get him and sure enough. The problem was jim never gave you a clean shot ever is what merlin said but this one time brown is coming around the end. And he is by himself and there are no blockers between ham and merlin olsen and. He said he hit jim the hardest he's ever had anybody father murphy using this. These these phrases to me was quite something but he said he blew up. Jim brown so hard that when he got up he expected to see. Brown's is rolling in the back of his skull. Instead he got up and looked up and watch jim. Brown goes seventy more yards for the touchdown. One of my favorite stories ever heard i love that story and in terms of you know i'll i'll i'll just say this. I don't know if daimiel lillard wants to act but he's thirty years old just like jim. Sorry portland in his mind. But i'm just wondering just who's a thirty year old star mean he was in the mvp. Like jim brown was right literally. When jim brown laughed you told the story of how he just decided to stop because he wanted to go act. And i'm like so you know. Is that what you just didn't wanna do it anymore because the opportunity act was there and it was you know i saw the way others went out and i saw joe louis the way he went out and i didn't like some of the champions went out poorly. I wanted to go out on my own terms. And plus he said it wasn't just acting with anybody who was acting with racquel hill welsh from boys case. No honestly like an debt was the last time the nfl has not had an mvp raining. Mvp return to the team that he won the mvp with. That's never happened since. Then in aaron rodgers minicamp next week which will talk about in a couple of minutes here but you lebron had to say last night. Now look which part much has been made about lebron's legacy let me just say this about lebron's legacy lebron's legacy is secure. He is on mount rushmore period. End of story. What this guy has done. What he does is truly a unicorn in the history of the nba but also do stuff that will cause all of his haters to go crazy and he did it again last night. You know leaving the court couple of days ago. Right after the The game five loss. He left with five minutes to go. Reggie miller said he had no problem with it. A bunch of other players said they had no problem with it. He's going to go get treatment right away. Okay sure that whatever. But he doesn't care he does not care. It's that simple. I think he doesn't care. Clearly i mean he and then he will act as if he does care but he does stuff i. I don't profess to know the guy shouldn't even sit here and say that that's what i said earlier though. Actually he does things and says things. That's kinda weird. He doesn't need to do or say like last night. He didn't shake anybody's hand. I saw to and anthony. Davis stayed out there too but when he wins man he is sure buddy buddy arm around everybody. Hey i was awesome. That was such a great. That sounds like it. Sounds like tom brady when he loses doesn't shake anyone's hand and yet nobody really i mean you say that. But let the way. O'brien gets crapped on four brady. Does the exact same thing the exact same thing. And we don't know if lebron shook anyone tint because they didn't show him until after he was walking off. I don't know who's she should. This is true. They showed everyone else and then when they cut to lebron he was walking up. I was waiting for the devon booker hug which came after the game. Obviously with the cold drizzle. It's like there are double standards. here may have questions now. Also on the fact that this sound is what everybody's picked up on today. And i have no idea it's press conference was like you know long season can't wait to get back to it. Whatever you know but some bites. You know i i know i know all right and this is what his last question of his press. Conference was asked as you're going to play in the olympics. Now this guy went to the bubble. He's not one hundred percent in. What a crazy question asked the guy no chats honestly like are you going to now after the bubble and the short season and you've now one hundred percent you said you might not be one hundred percent ever again. You know you're damned near pushing forty. You got kids. You didn't see in the bubble last year and doing all of this stuff right now. You get crap for actually going into your own. Pr events right. And and so. How'd you like to just take two weeks off and start. Rampant it up against japan in the middle of this pandemic where we're the the population. There is only vaccinated four percent. That sounds okay. And how'd you like to do that. Lebron and go living in olympic village. How'd you like to. I mean what a crazy question. So i want that to be set up before you hear the answer. That's getting people crazy. Today they play for spa this summer. Olympics i think that's what my focus on on trying to beat the mom stars or the goon squad we call them now so didn't have much success versus son so now i am getting my attention to the goon squad on july july of that. The ankle rest about a month and then Year what lola tasks granny but you interested crew so over the audit of match. So that's getting picked up today. Because here he is eliminated. He's not champion anymore. And would kobe ever say anything like that. And and here. He is saying this. And i think proof that he's not that that he's really been about basketball is the fact that he did not know the release date off the top of his head. I'll help you out. The broad july sixteenth in theaters near you space jam to. I'm i can't believe that how anyone could watch that clip. See the smirk. Listen to what the guy says and still try to twist it in anything else than it was the last question barttle-wagons play in the olympics. Yeah i'm gonna blow i'm on. Here's what i do is. I'm going to go hang out with pop and then go live in olympic village and not promote the movie. I've been working on for the last several years. I don't blame him. I so he ain't living in the village. That's oh come on put an airbnb. Soccer airbnb looks a now. I think everybody's gotta live in the olympic village. Lebron james rich. I don't know well. The dream team lived in a yacht when other people in the bubble had standard-issue rooms. The brian had a sweet floor. So story short is going out the gate. I would use that platform as well to say. Hey yeah but it just shows you how deep into basketball he was. He did not know off the top of his head when the release date was rest. What i took out. Can we get you. I don't care that he said that. Like whatever don't you how many people he doesn't take it seriously. Kobe would never kobe would be so livid he'd be staring about just laser focused on how they're going to championship probably true but they're completely different people they are. Can we just get you in that. Jean jacket. no under shirt. Look that will. Ron had fourteen chains that he had a good look. Let me just say this. Serb america does not wish to see lebron. Pull it off. He looks great in it. I will however would not tremendous tremendously me. Just say this. Let me just say this. Everybody wishes they could just throw a jacket with no shirt. Put on the change and go and just chitchat. And look lebron james. By the way. I wouldn't even wear a jacket late thirties in your late thirties. You didn't see me last weekend. Let's take a break when we come back. Good missourian soundbite. That everyone's talking about so you might as well talk about ourselves and how that informs what may be happening next week in green bay. If you wouldn't mind. I would love to to role play with you. Just real briefly gronk. Okay where. I play the role of somebody that i'm kind of familiar with and you play the role of somebody that you are familiar with. If you don't mind i'm going to play a guy who went to michigan okay. Was a leader in his field. his name is tom. And you play the role of a tight end with a hall of fame resume. Okay and the time is gonna be Let's go november first. Two thousand nineteen in the future not too distant future are. Would you mind if we quickly role play this out. We got what we got one. Okay here we go one seen here. We go ready chrissy action when you got. Okay right guys. I can ready yes action. Hey rob. it's tom how you been. Hey i'm good man. I've been doing great man. You're you're still killing. You're like forty two years old. I mean yeah. I know you miss me tom. I know you do. I do a gronk man we. It's not just me. It's everybody we all miss you and you know things are going great. You know bills a pain in the ass. But it's really you know it's really. It's really something that could be better with you would you. Would you think of coming back and playing with me. Rob i mean you know. I miss you too guys. Chilly man down the bahamas right now. Just relaxing gotten shift in my water. And i got i got your electrolytes worry. I got electrolytes in the water. And i'm sitting on a pro teams margarita. Times thank you. I love you i missed you. But there's just relaxing homing. There's no chance. Rob this is tom. This is tom you know soon. Rob rob your natural man you are. Your party sounded good to me. I got love that man. Good stuff there. Peacock tv dot com for those streaming us right now on peacock wanna watch desktop. Why not is we're all Slowly but surely going back to work here ready for that guy's people in the third campus. I don't mean that. I thank back here. Eight four four two four rich number to dial on the johnson show. I kind of like available parking to be honest yeah monitoring. We're back here in a radio show as well. Hey look i'll be very honest. i'll go. I shoot you straight. I'll google google my name every now and then to see what people are talking about from the show going okay. I'll do it. See what the show is a put in rich eisen show and see what's picked up. What's not and then. Sometimes everyone will be talking about ak. You can't avoid it. That's the platform that we built here with our friends at nbc sports at peacock this rich eisen show radio. Affiliates siriusxm odyssey's facebook instagram twitter. Bruce arians came on his show the other day and i asked him about his relationship with tom brady because as we all know what. The green bay packers having their mandatory mini camp next week. Will rogers show up. This is mandatory supposed to be there. Now he's got the fine money sitting in the couch cushion of that hawaii house that he was either renting owning. Or what have you. We saw a couple of weeks ago. That he zoomed into. Kenny means final. Sportscenter from so he can make a point if what if he wants or is florio pointed out Pro football talk he could do. Zeke did cut short to the mandatory minicamp and then pull his own version of going off to kabo training campaign against what he wants. Show up. get the reps. Be the good teammate. I'm here. I don't know if i'm gonna be there come late june july and by the way see you in montana and that was one thing that ahrens told us that we didn't know about brady. He's not playing golf. That knee sounds like that knee was. So he's gonna show with phil and you know not a lot of rounds under his belt before he goes against the scientists in jeopardy host to use his. That's for july. As for the relationship brady will be there at the mentor minicamp. Next week for tampa. That's not in question and the relationship that aeriens and this team has forged with brady is something else. It helps to win a championship if we had asked around thanksgiving last year. How the relationship is might not have been nearly as hunky dory as it is right now and we're all talking about flippin lombardi trophy from boat to boat and a parade but it's just fascinating. Just wanna know the relationship between him and the quarterback and how much he leans into brady and gives him leeway in deciding what might be going on for the franchise and he were the exchange. Did you ever chat with tom before. The draft about Possibly drafting somebody at his position. Oh yeah yeah. We talked about the whole thing. You know what we're thinking and You know he's he's so super interested and all that stuff too. I mean yeah. We had a number of conversations and heavy got closer and closer. They check this guy out. Check this guy out. Check which guy out like receivers. Okay look at look at these receivers and see see if there's something That you like him out. Critique your ability to critique receivers how how'd you do great. He'd like certain things he likes. He likes really good guys drafted Jalen darden of north texas wide receiver. I don't know if that's one of the receivers at brady said hey. I'm watching film of them. But we add jayson general manager on before just a few weeks ago as well and so we all know again. What's going on in green bay born from and made worse by whatever was going on potentially before with rogers and front office management because whenever i and the show tweeted out that sound bite from arians. Inbounder response well using of a problem with his coaching staff. Even that with kenny mayne coaching staff is not by the front office. Given the green light to ask aaron what do you think of these guys. That were out to draft clearly. So what about the general manager and asking brady about his thoughts giving brady some sort of say who's out there to try and win with him. What about that. He was what jason liked. Gentlemen attract to say. What is your relationship with brady. There's never been a conversation. You'd better get this guy or we don't want that guy I've never talked to him about the draft. Bruce and i did mention to him leading up to the draft that we might take a quarterback cliche but he trusted in the plan that we wanted to bring everybody back with any great player. Like tom at that position. If we're thinking about signing geo bernard for example. I'll let him know. Hey thinking about geo bernard push might help these like on it with leonard last year. That that's awesome. He'd be a great addition. I'll help you out. You and bruce out as much as i can in terms of having a meeting where we go over the board and talk about all of our plans That that's just not his style. So maybe it could be news to jason light. That area is texting. And what do you think about this guy or that guy wide receiver and if it is what no big deal no big deal because kudos to this team and you could see. It's kind of crazy. Kudos to them to keep brady up to speed on who. They might be drafting at quarterback and kudos to them to actually get tom. Brady's opinions didn't happen in twenty years. Potentially from what. Everyone seems new england. And it's clearly not happening in green bay and it's not happening very much in seattle even though p carroll said the door was open for russell wilson there but kudos to tampa for. We're going to do this with tom. Brady this way because many other teams will say well. We can't do it that way because everyone else will to it except for the fact that you know how about you when you're seven lombardi trophy and then you've earned that right good for you. Tampa sounds obvious. But good for you our to coming up. But we're still here on peacock saying it's just something that they've decided to go all in on twelve well. Of course they're going to do that. It's tom brady. Not of course. Green bay twelve word appears. They're kind of dipping their toe in a little bit kinda now putting their foot in there maybe by getting an amari rogers forum a new record cobb for him too bad though if he's already so pissed off that he's not coming back we're going to get some of those answers maybe next week if he doesn't show up next week does that mean he's not coming back now if he shows up next week does that mean. He's coming back no because he just wants to turn the heat up. He wants to cook the ghosts of that front office. Because of what we're seeing in tampa it's messing with so many other people and you're hearing it honestly arians and lights stories right. They're kinda don't match. In a way. That bruce i reached out to about some wide receivers and jason's like aw retirement. What our draft boards. No but could it might somewhere in between but if bruce's saying hey we're looking at wide receivers. Jason like santa bruce. What are you doing that. For course not. It's tom brady well. So many other teams we do it a certain way here and this is the way we're going to do it. We've done it this way for years. This is the construct in which we do it except you need to kind of mold it towards your goat in the same way that belichick told the story on the set of the nfl. One hundred lawrence taylor sitting right there of him. Going to bill parcells and saying lawrence taylor was late for the meeting today. Bill parcells is response to him was well. Why didn't you wait from the start. The meeting says parcells to bella. Check about lawrence taylor case in point. There's a certain way we do it here. Yes it's your system. Yes it's your belief system. Yes it's your culture. Yes but do you. Maybe modify it for the all-time great yes. Bingo that's what the bucks are doing. You think kyle. Trask is going to ever say well. You did it for tom. And their answers we yeah. We did it for tom. Who are you. Ask kudos to the bucks.

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LCB Ep. 139 - Brendan Fraser Rules, Avengers: Endgame Will Set Big Records and Interview with VEEP's Tim Simons (Jonah Ryan)

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LCB Ep. 139 - Brendan Fraser Rules, Avengers: Endgame Will Set Big Records and Interview with VEEP's Tim Simons (Jonah Ryan)

"Finnerty? And beyond. Can get me out of this message that he's gonna show your. You can't handle the truth. Maybe not maybe fuck yourself. Shoot your kid. What? One day. Please here. Yes. Just kate. We're going to leave roads. He thought. All eight. Walking lights camera Barcelos episode one thirty nine one thirty nine hours at one forty have up that Jeff low Ken JETRO bonds coming at you on a Sunday the last day of April excuse me of March first APRIL's tomorrow. So last March podcast this is no longer March. Tomorrow's April Fools day, where this Jon Rothstein go like, you know, we're milk, hyper goes whenever the draft is done where does John Ralston go when marches over he he becomes certainly less relevant than Melkite junior becomes he just vanishes into the ether like his his body. Takes a mist like form and just goes into the sky. Or he has those Buzi hangs up to a pull up bar and then hangs upside down and just hibernates like that for eleven months. Foregin cocoon just like a bat like a vampire bat, I'm not saying he's vampire, but you're saying he's a vampire bat. Nice said it was like vampire, I like Jon Rothstein a lot. But it's. You know, we say this is March, and this is the biggest month of the year for someone like him and what he covers. But he's on it all year round. He never gives up the hustle. What's his quote, the unexpected quote where the unexpected becomes the ordinary Zenit? And then he has the like a fortune five hundred company a well oiled machine some other Rothstein 'isms. No, I like the guy he's very self aware. Which is which is always good. He's he's extremely blessed though. But Melkite extremely cursed when he goes away at happy when Rothstein goes away. I get said Melkite in reeks he sitting well at guy fucking stinks. And he he does those regrading of drafts every year. He just released his recently. He I mean, this is not like, it's a new thing. But boy us last year, for example, he panned the Baker Mayfield pick the second. It was made and regretted and gave the Browns and a and not a peep of. Yeah. I was wrong on this one. Folks, I wished he is the worst the NFL draft is something that just needs about one twentieth. The coverage at actually gets it is them needing something to do in April. And it just gets over covered by the time. He gets the actual draft. You're just so tired. And then now they're going to different cities this year in Nashville. Fame is the NFL draft location. It's going to be in Ken. I think the next year after that pro football fame where they do national. Are they gonna do it outside like they didn't Philly or they can do in the Reimann the church of country music? I don't know actually don't know that Philip rivers shows up with his ten gallon five gallon, whatever gallon hat ten gallon hat and then below tie bowtie, two match speaking of ten gallon, hats and bolo ties Brennan Frazier videos tweeted of him by the at NASCAR Twitter account. He was fucking fueled himself pumped. Kid to drive the two thousand nine hundred silver audit. That's he's gear. What are you doing this Sunday? King shit. Look great. He's mountain the comeback feel it. I feel it's it's a slow build. He's doing this very intelligently. We expect nothing less. Anything anything else cooking irons in the fire last week? Did you see where I I actually like this a lot? But Microsoft as a company sent out an Email saying, nobody's doing April Fools joke. Sere so nobody's doing out relief. Acing April Fools joke. And I appreciate that. Because companies doing April Fools jokes. I don't like anymore. That was like a two thousand ten thing was real funny when Google is like now. Introducing the Google pant pancake toaster. Alexa combination and everybody laughs about it. And everybody in the tech industry. Shares banal is just like, okay. Like, we want to hear less from you guys. Yeah. I, you know, someone's going to do tomorrow, and it'll be like a food thing like a poop Doritos. And then you get the five people who believe it. And then it goes viral. Ten minutes. And then that's that. But I like that I like this coming out and saying we're releasing only real stuff tomorrow. Let's say we're releasing the young Sheldon reviewers are we nine or we is our official statement that we're not gonna beginning, April Fools joke. We make enough April Fools jokes basically to begin with with the slap videos. Well, our entire podcast. It's a joke. Am I right here? Take my wife. Oh thing. Anti fools Hicabi tick wreak duck started playing secure. Oh, I already hate it. This is a terrible recommendation metro who has said nothing, but Saint done nothing, but sing its praises and coax me into buying it and say, it's really easy to beat the storylines. Great. And I can't beat it. I finally got past us with drunkard can't get past this chained ogre or any of the other guys that are holding off detachments for the arm thing. It's very frustrating. Get the flame for the man, I got it. I got the flames del horror, but I'm still trying to get the other the ninja that's in that same manner in that dreams tickets. But I can't get you know, it brings up a good point. This game's been getting universal acclaim people love it fans of the bloodborne dark soul series. Love this game. They loved the difficulty. But it what point for Casuals like us is this just too much is this just bad game design for someone like me or do. I just need to get good or is true Balans a secret executive from from software who coerced Kenji. Into buying the game, and you ending seventy dollars everything everything about this game is so oppressively designed though from the atmosphere to the combat system to the saving or ARGUS the resting regenerating the enemies in the having to go back in tire ten minutes. Sequences just a die fifteen seconds. It is just designed to be hard. And to that. I say some people like that. But I think that's just being difficult on purpose instead of actually making something I dunno accessible, I suck. So. Yeah. So that's that things coming up. We have Timothy Simon's or Tim Simon's. I think actually asked him before the interview do we call you Tim or Timothy an ISA Tim that I'm merely called Timothy we'll have to listen to the tapes. But I'm pretty sure that one veep coming back tonight, or if you're listening to this. It's it's already out if you're listening to this we interviewed him about his character Jona and veep also draft day tolls. A really good story about. Draft day and how. Offended teams would get over certain details in drafting at Decatur to the NFL. So that was fun. We're going be reviewing Dumbo, and the beach bum this week both movies that most people I've heard say are terrible, especially Dumbo most people. I've heard talk about double said, it reeks sounds like a big Disney dud. They're coming up of coming reviews. Also vendors game tickets coming out on Tuesday. So set those alarms upcoming your views, though, a ship Zam the week after next fall by hell, and then the cursive lallera and then avengers endgame with guest. Mr. Sunday movies, followed by long shot with Seth Rogan Shirley's thrown and then detective Pika chew, and then John wick chapter three Aladdin to end the month of may we start them on June with guts Ila king of the monsters in rocket man, dark Phoenix and men in black international. Those our next our next twelve reviews which actually feature fourteen move. He's a great lineup except for the curse of law. The Rona that might be accorded trill. You wanna watch cursive, Wella Rona? I do actually I it's. Knowing what the movie's about notes about a curse so start there that has the distinct pleasure of being the first horror movie, we see after us. So we're gonna we're gonna have. We'll be raring up ready to go for that one support. Our Queen Linda Cartolini tro, go see it choosing the cursive lallera pretty sure it. You know, what don't look it up? We're gonna say, yes. We're gonna we're gonna we're just going to say, she's she's in it. I skated she's in it, correct, actually repetitious. So so Linda Cartolini's two in a row for us. Because she's in a vendor's endgame is she'd have a speaking role. She just going to be looking to picture being dead. We have well, she's in the background in that trailer with with Hawkeye shooting, the bows and arrows with his daughter. So it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Big dead. Linda, currently is going to die onscreen vendors or excuse me be snapped. 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I which is rare usually Kenji towers over our guests. Big fact, I'm six five many people forget this. But he's six nine must be minimum confirmed. He confirmed you're tall beginning of the interview. He did he did stick around. He just confirmable tall and handsome effect to say. All right. Couple of trailers. This is basically horror movies and comic movies. We have here scary stories to tell in the dark first teaser for this based off a book. I never read the book. But I know a lot of people did. And they'll Toro this green play for this a generational thing. You think? This book was hot when I was in school checked out a library. No. Because a lot of kids are on my during up also like this. But I just I'm not a big reader. Yeah. Actually, there's multiple books. Right. I don't know if this is based on the first book or just the first book or any other. But I'm pretty sure it's just the first book. I I think it's just like a collection of sorts short stories. Yeah. I know there's multiple books though. I don't know regardless or irregardless, I don't know which one this is a horror movie coming out, and it looks pretty fucking creepy Gerald Toro, man. He does have a knack for visuals with things that are scary. Because there are a lot of disturbing looking things in this trailer for sure I'm looking forward to seeing this cautiously. But I assume this could be pretty good. If detoro has his hands in it. Yeah. I say my excitement level for this. Is that feeling you get when you're waiting for ubereats to come? But it's something that you don't really love. So like, you're still getting food. But it's not exactly what you want. That's how I feel about it. I'm just I don't hate it. I'm I don't know how feel horror movies this year. I'm just not into the horror movies this year. No, we loved us. But I think it was more the second trailer. We'll talk about that. I watched this. And it's just like I don't ever wants to another horror movie again. Yeah. I'm I'm kind of the same campus. You out say the big difference here, seize your mobile tour, who's a visionary orders. Like, Jeff just said. And he's definitely the major draw for me personally because the visual aspect of it is sometimes the biggest part with four moves in. I think that he's really good in weeding in like interesting, interesting narratives that are really creative and not sort of stereotype for the horror genre. So that's that were gas me, but it's still a horror movie. So I go in with a little bit of has taken anything that isn't Pacific rim. Three is just taking away from cheese time in my mind. Keep it I wanna see some more KYW's you fights what a fucking drop off with his lack of. Volve -ment in the second figuring that was that was a memorable feeder going experience because I remember we really wanted to leave. I that was that was a hard one the state that was so unpleasant to watch his long. I look over visor. I said about movies, I still like movies. I think that with this one. I really wanna see how the reviews do because it has the chance to go either way I'm a little hesitant because it's based off of a children's book. So it has that playing for nostalgia factor, which admittedly I fall for but at the same time GT, so I'm looking forward to our buzz. My statements say, yeah, I think you could do worse. Remember when Charlie day had sex with kaija with his brain. Yeah. I have a poster that scene wall. What would you do would you like a Gambill touro Gillian movie? I don't know. I don't know. I as an adult I really want to go back and watch even galleon 'cause it's been maybe nineteen years since I've watched it. It's almost been twenty years since I've seen it and stuff that I thought was really cool as a fifteen year old probably isn't cool anymore. But he he's proven he can do big robots fighting monsters. So you just change that in instead of c creatures. They're hell demons. Yeah. Instead of Shinji Angelo board. So, yeah, maybe I don't know. Also, Sarah sores in the dark that comes out scary stories to tell him that comes August, ninth two thousand nineteen I liked that we got some separation. Now, we get time to look forward to it. I think that's good. I think that's good. You're you're sound. Like, you're talking yourself into this. I am I'm trying to I'm trying to be real positive about this. There's another horror movie that we have. And that is Annabel comes home. That's right. The conjuring universe, which we will talk about here in a second paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren keep possessed Dow locked up in an artifacts from in their house on the Dow awakens, the rooms evil spirits, it soon becomes a night of terror for the couple's young daughter and her friends this is once again starring Patrick Wilson verify Miya again conjuring universe, which will here. We'll talk about the conjuring university the second. But what did you think about trailer? I just think anytime you can do a movie involving creepy child you cut it to it got it yet take that risk and just think outside the buck. We're the rules for having a creepy child in a movie like the first one is the can't address like a normal twenty nineteen child. The kid be wearing a sports jersey or just normal pants. They gotta be wearing like what children wear the nineteen fifties. So. For boy, it has to be like you had to be dressed like the dummy from goosebumps. And for a girl you have to be dressed, essentially like an American Girl doll. You got really strict rules about children whores horror movies. The second one is they gotta say some sort of nursery rhyme at some point or you gotta use a happy song like somewhere over the rainbow in the trailer and make it real creepy. So hit the major marks there. You love to see it. Yeah. I agree. I think kids are probably the scariest thing that you can have in horror movies. But maybe again, the very personal exception of nuns. None scare me. Don't know what it is about them. But children are very creep. At the euro tro. They will you can't have a kid walking around like Thrasher Hodie or something. She's not scary is totally disarms you. They can't be wearing like it can't be the OMON in Damian can't be wearing an Aaron Rodgers jersey. Take you right out. Just wearing a no base nap back just doesn't work. Yeah. Does not work of a fortnight hoodie with the the default skin doing the Carlton. I liked the Patrick Wilson in veer for me characters. I'm glad to see them back. I the trailer. I didn't love the trailer. 'cause it was if you made a cliche of all child Centric horror movie trailer would be like I city got somewhere over the rainbow creepy version of that you got the kid wanting to play the kids always wanting to play. That's the creepiest thing for a kid in horror movies, just saying do you want to pay like Chuck you'll say that at some point? And then you have the huge jump scare at the end. Yeah. There was a big jokes. Like a really drawn out jump scare very drawn out like almost an entire scene for movie trailer will who are movies and movie trailers now like to do almost a post credits scene and their trailer where you get past the title card who starring in it, then you have a post credits scene right there in the trailer. And there was the post credits scene of trailer. I wonder who the first movie to do that with what's what the first movie to do? That was the most. Memorable. One for me was chewy were home. Force awakens that was like a big stinger moment. And then they didn't do it for the second trailer. And then they didn't really have one for the last Jedi. A vendors has done that a couple times did that last year with the gardens the galaxy. Where they had a it was Thorshavn up saying who the hell are you guys? They just did that again with or so yeah at cures who started that traffic it killed? It could not have been the force awakens now to invented in twenty fifteen Jj Abrams had to have a huge bag of money in one of those folding director chairs offscreen for Harrison Ford. Sit or saying that line. The money sign on it too. So just took a giant bowl of diamond stud earrings. Okay. Okay. Russian speaking of horror movies, by the way. I did forget somebody pointed out on our Twitter that we aren't if you pet cemetery just going to figure out what date that's gonna go in. Okay. So conjuring universe is how the conjuring universe works. There's the three conjuring movies. The conjuring the conjuring too in the conjuring three which comes out and twenty twenty. There's the Annabelle series Annabel, Annabel creation and Annabel comes home. Then there's a spinoff movies. The none the curse of lallera. And then the crooked man, which has been announced no date, though. And it goes on the crooked, man. Starring Hillary Clinton. That's is man. The crooked. I can see you. Only island the weird guy. Totally normal guy here. The conjuring universe timeline goes. The none too in nineteen fifty two Annabel took place in the late. Nineteen fifty five are Annaba creation did animal place in nineteen sixty seven then the conjuring nineteen seventy one and then TB dates between nineteen seventy-one in the eighties. Annabel comes home and the curse of lallera in the conjuring to in the sixties in the seventies. And then conjuring three in the crooked. Man. Nobody knows yet. Crooked man. Do you give any shits about this this universe here? Patrick Wilson for Migas characters because I liked the first conjuring and that made the second one there in the series heavenly involved. I just liked her presence together in these movies. So the more involves them the more I care about it. But based on this trailer, I have a hard time getting into this Annabel specific story. Just because I think that I'm over we talked about like, they're using kids a lot movies and kids horror movies, kind of started that trend feel like I mean, it's always been around because of the omen but ever since the ring I really feel like creepy kids have just I mean, the market for this just exploded Ned has. But isn't it also a little over saturated right now? So I'm saying I just give it a break. You know? It's a movie will probably do really. Well, the other conjuring movies had done. Really? Well, what did the none do? I mean, even the none. Probably did. Okay. Yeah. They had good money. Also, there's the James Gunn was at bright burn is. The his creepy out. Yeah. Which is kind of like a soup Ranya, by the way, the non made boxoffice the budget made like three hundred and forty million dollars. What? Yeah. Three sixty five bucks off twenty two million dollar budgets. King shit. I thought it was going to be like seven million dollar budget eighty million dollar box office in a lot of money. Okay. So obviously, there's a huge market for these creepy movies. Maybe we're not it for the kids specific movies. But people love them, folks. People do people do love them. But just. Crooked man will to I'm real excited about this crooked man character James wan not returning for conjuring three though so crooked as lives in a haunted chiropractors office. Cricket man, next to DC pieces of news, captain boomerang. Gye Courtney back for suicide squad too or whatever they're going to call it. Sure. Okay. What about Rick flag? Colonel colonel. Actually, he's a major now. Thank at the end of the movie is it the other piece of news that Leto might be back for suicide squad to the other pieces that no for birds of prey, he put them either on Instagram. I believe of a clown face emoji and people are thinking that he is back as the joker in birds of prey title, Bryce, Harper fan turns out full title, Joe, the fantastic. The fantastic emancipation of Harley Quinn. One Harley Quinn, right? Maybe you is it the fantabulous emancipation of one Harley Quinn. I thought it was something something and the fantabulous herbs of pray. And okay. Yeah. The full title there. So they they're walking that back. They said they weren't really gonna have anyone returning for suicide squad and slowly. But surely, they're bringing people back into the fold and by that I mean one person. Yeah. So I guess they're just not gonna recast shut just well we already knew they were going to do whole different group of villains. But I thought that they were gonna may be full Folsom the older ones with recast as you could recast like fucking killer, croc, whatever who cares. But. Boomerang. Yeah. That's that's the one. He's the glue. That keeps the team coming back together during. Yep. I don't know if that was on purpose, but it. Yep. You got it. Roy. So yeah, I don't I don't have much of an opinion Dundee four, captain boomerang. I don't really have much opinion on either of them. But if I had to have a strong opinion on either them, it would be that. I just don't think Leto she back as a job or ever again. The thing is I think he's not a bad joker. It's just it's I don't think it's the right time for him to be joker again with so many joker things out. And with like, the still he flushes performance still so fresh and everyone's mind is what everyone said after they announced him in suicide squad. They need some time before he can have is joker moment again. You might be right for this generation benchmark is heath ledger, and that's that's an impossible bar to to climb over. So you almost you gotta do what they're doing with the top Phillips joker movie is that they're they're putting it in a different setting. Yeah. Not that like Nolan's universe and the suicide squad universe or anything like each other. But they're both modern day and the Phoenix joker is somewhat of eighties. Nineties period piece. Yeah. And I think that adds a little bit of interest to it for me. I agree completely the fact that it's totally detached from all that gives you that degree of separation from the older or other iterations of the joker joker joker on him to trick. That's my pressure. Good. Pencils gone, folks? My xbox. Gamertag is double o seven underscore joker for twenty dollars wild Elliott for. Release date moved up for China vendors endgame, my open up with eight hundred million dollars plus on the first weekend which would smash the previous record, which the movie previews movie holds of engine Finnity word by one hundred and fifty million. So might make a billion close to Billy out in the first weekend. I still think it has. I think it's going to be forced awakens. I think it has a an outside shot at beating Titanic no shot at beating avatar. I don't think any shot at beating out. But I think it has an outside shot at beating Titanic. Do you think avatar to will even come close to Abitur? Yes, I think it will make two billion dollars into again. I think the high James Cameron, no matter how much I. Would fight him in a in a boxing ring. I I didn't say go hand to hand. I feel like he's really good. You know in bizarre climates but eating economic fight him under underwater guarantee. They SE don't wanna I don't give them a chance to go underwater. He he is marketing genius. I I do think it's true. He's a genius. He's a genius all around. He's he's very easy to make fun of because the yes, his hobbies are very peculiar. Well, the promise. He's a genius. He knows. He's a genius. Yeah. That's that's an issue on the Russo. Brothers have come out and said to see at the first weekend. There are many more spoiler moments in this one than insanity war not worth waiting little debt worth having it. Spoiled, though, perma death. Maybe maybe a little perma death. What was I going to say it was about a os? How how did the how did the original or how did Infinity war in China infant soon any war box office better than Star Wars? I remember Christ or shirt if the dog. Overseas. Maybe just in that market does not do. Well, it made three hundred sixty million dollars chicken. I wonder did they add any scenes 'cause they do that with the ironman movies. I don't know. No. That one for sure as Donny. Yeah. He would know. Yeah. I don't know that one for sure it may domestically six hundred seventy eight million dollars one point four billion overseas. What the Chinese titled going to be endgame Donnie about FaceTime right now. It goes roaming charges while he's in Dubai or wherever he is. He is he somewhere. I don't know what they didn't release the Chinese post, which the Chinese posters the best post, so cool. So cool. Yeah. Because it has all the the snapped characters at the bottom, man. I mean, the titles on the poster it looks like, oh, there's a number four vendors four. But I I don't know what they what they call the very very cool poster. So that's exciting can Jack and skipping radio. I think we said this the other day. We've I went PF TM. Like, hey, we have a chance to go. See the movie at ten AM to six PM the twenty third which gonna miss radio, and he said sure, so so we're gonna we're gonna know it in advance, and we're gonna flex with that we're gonna make sure people know, we know yet may everything that happens, and we will an entire dissertation a ten page analysis of the movie scene by scene. Yeah. You're gonna do everything. Are you gonna ask us immediately? When it's over. Probably show some restraint. Maybe wait an hour to. That's good. That's good. Bit of restraint. 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It wasn't a north at wonder con, but talk about dropping a pre important piece of that movie a ways after a trailer came we never really saw the Dow on the new trailer we talked about that. But Marquette will voice Chucky crazy stuff because we were just recently talking maybe three episodes ago about how prolific of oyster actor, Mark Hamill is right. Oh, yeah. Killing joke. You mentioned that he's incredible residue over. Yeah. And in avatar is the fire. Lord, I wanna say, but anyway, very good voice actor in that definitely does drum up intrigue for me. And that's one of those things that are same thing GD Toro where if you get a big enough name attached to the project. I it brings my interest up for any horror flick like up exponentially. Yeah. This is a good way to get me to care about this movie almost as detainee Asli. This yesterday, and we talked about it. I mean, the hype is going to grow for this because of this now, I mean, it was weird. They waited but naive understanding because now people are ready to go. I wanted to see him to you the voice in that announce video. He did. I know I saw tweeted the video I just assumed he was doing it. He saved it. But I also get that they saved they saved the reveal a doll. I guess they're going to save the voice you don't want to hear the voice where you see the Dow. So yeah, I agree. I agree. It's gotta be in a trailer. What if he does a weird accent? That's why the whole fact he's the tros terrible. Australian accent version of Shuki he doesn't Eminem impersonation as. Jason kam. Chucky took eat. I I really really hate the Chucky movies. I hate the child's play movies, not go. It does a lot to get me to say, I'm interested in seeing this and having Mark Hamill in it. It does reposited to. I'd like the ones with Jennifer Tilly 'cause they became so campy like they even had John waters and one of them as just a tip to help campy. It's become so I like those the bride of Chucky in the seed of Chucky, and there's one on Netflix and might have been the Chucky, actually. Small lucky. Maybe I liked it. Seed of Chucky was a recent one release believe on streaming thing. You'll gross title. But yeah, yes, entertaining. I won't say it's good. But it was entertaining. Because they had they did the whole ocean's twelve. Julia Roberts thing with Jennifer tilly's character where the doll wants to kill Jennifer Tilly in order to reclaim her body. And if they didn't with that movie. The the streaming was the cult of Chucky, I think. Yeah. Maybe that one was it like American horror story titles or something. Yes. Seed of Chucky came out in two thousand and four after bride of Chucky came on ninety eight calling Chuck comer something. Yeah. I'm surprised. They didn't you make more noise that way. No some place ever. Chucky. I is iota one on one who got con. Okay. Yoda? Yeah. Iota will not be intimidated by Chuck Chuck inspires no-one. Yoda's inspired many people Luke Elizabeth homes. I mean, just an Absolute Auto wrecking crew people just a ton of by the way, somebody said on our read it, and I'm gonna have to make video of it. That are liveth home sounds like the eraser vine girl. Yes. One hundred percent. And she does. Well, it's theranos just work on your heart. It's important us that little bit homes was also a fake voice. Yes. That's true toes. Racer goes, we don't know. I don't know. I just stay away from comparing it to a racer girl because I feel she gets unfairly compared to Lisbeth homes in this case. Elizabeth Holmes was putting on that voice because it apparently worked on people. It was it was like an umbrella and kademi when when the rumor rumored people. Except with homes just able to tell people to invest on godly amounts of money in her company that as no proven technology behind it. Yeah. I giant crew people although some are relatively senile like what's his name shoot Henry Kissinger in like others like that. There are mostly very old medals are shoals. Sonny Bono, though, what a guy what a got an awesome name Sony. Bonnie. It is a cool name. It's a cool name. If you don't incorporate it with fraud somewhere don't want don't have that cool name and also do a fraud fraud. I most. Next of Ghostbusters, some cast mates confirmed. Harry Kuehn from many things including adventures. Avengers Infinity worth star Carrie Coon. But they actually get to in a second. There's another person so Carrie Coon, you I think most people would know her currently from the leftovers thin Wolford from stranger things, and it so he only does like these young things, I guess his age. So he wanted to movie unless he has to ride a bicycle. And then McKenna grace, and they said, captain marvel star McKenna grace they start loosely, but she is in it. She does play young Carol danvers. She's also in I Tanya, she played the young Tonya Harding. She's in Annabel comes home. So it all ties together here. Yeah. Also in trolls favorite movie, the angry birds movie the first one the second one the first maybe she's returning a second. I don't know. I hope so, but yeah, this these some young people young people for this new go. So she's twelve years old Finn Wolford how VIN Wolford? Fourteen sixteen is my guest aimed spot on sixteen. Oh, so now, it doesn't have to ride a bike everywhere can drive his car. Whereas permit needs apparent in board. Yeah. Why that might be a New York thing. I they don't know six fifty sixteen driver's license in Tex eventually lives. He's he's from Vancouver. So I don't know what the deal is up there in Indiana. You could get a permit at fifteen, but when you turn sixteen and got your actual, driver's license. There was a period of happy year up to a year where you couldn't have anywhere. Anyone else in the car unless they're over the age of eighteen and if if they were under the age eighteen obviously had to have someone over the age of eighteen in there with you. Tax was well ours. Ours was a dick you can get your learners, permanent sixteen inner juniors permit which juniors permit can only drive to work in it. Like, it was really weird misery lessons at seventeen. Go into work. See whoa kids. These days would say the running independent small business out of their friends house or putting up Snapchat ads for fifty. Yeah. Going to work. True. All right. So that's the Ghostbusters news. I don't really have much reaction on that. But we allocate to but we knew going to be young kids. What character she gonna play? Like, where's she going to sit relative to the Ghostbusters universe? Gross. Maybe you voices that ghost or does more Catholic. She did in a vendor's. Okay. She is the ghost. I don't. I don't know. We don't we don't really know much about this. I do know that know Jason Reitman's, directing it. By the way, his sister. His sister has a solid show on Netflix co working moms areo, she's the mother of Finn will Fardon McKenna. Grace, Gary Kunis. Yeah. Gotcha. I I knew her originally from the leftovers, but also watched in binged entirely through Fargo relatively recently shoes. Great Fargo on if you've seen that. I hear really good things about the show Fargo. I just need to I need to watch. It a love it. Also, my king. Jeffrey Donovan isn't isn't it from burn notice? A western feel like a good movie for Brennan Frazier dip is toe into or TV show got the cowboy hat thing. Go and he could be a sheriff. I'll tell you make Ghostbusters Ghostbusters. This will Ghostbusters be. It'd be great. If he could play the ghost out love Brennan Frazier ghost. He's a voice actor guy. Now, he's doctor doom. I'd like it. I like. What we're doing? Here is the ghost of Bill, Cody or something in the as I go to the bust. There is there's a rumor that she might be playing the daughter of one of the original quote unquote busters. She's the lovechild that of the ghost blow job with Dan Aykroyd. Yup. Makes sense that he gotta tie the movies together. Somehow. That's not even a joke. That's exactly what they have to do. No. That'd be hilarious. If that was actually the case most in makes me and Buston Buston bust. We must. Two pieces of news that our interview make Beth Denzel Washington McDormand gonna star and MacBeth from Joel Cohen. I'm going to be honest. I don't care like I don't care. I don't care about MacBeth is at the Scottish one. Yeah. Who's who's playing Banquo? That's what I care about. I don't care that much. I have an appreciation for the works of William Shakespeare in the sense that I appreciate that. I'm too dumb to enjoy it. This Kenneth Branagh taking on Shakespeare. I don't know heart yell for me is taking on Shakespeare, he's playing Shakespeare in a movie, I think is coming out roads. Right. He remember he did a version of fellow. I think for or MacBeth he did a movie that was a bomb in the nineties. Yeah. I know you're talking about he did a a ton of Shakespearean stuff. I think on on like a theater mostly too, right? It is if you do wanna be impressed Google videos of Patrick Stewart back at the what is the Royal Shakespeare kademi wherever him in Ian, McKellen, they trained together there, right? Yes. I think so he just like the way he talks about one line. They put so much work into that. It is so impressive. Even though. It's most of it's lost on me. I do do enjoy it if you ever seen Mel Gibson MacBeth. Now, it's actually very good. I enjoyed a lot for somebody. That's not like the huge big Shakespeare fan or anything like that. There was a MacBeth movie with Michael fast better. Marion Cody are that came out in two thousand fifteen but that was not an American movie that's another little list lip listed movies. These based on shakes also decapa Claire Danes Romeo, and Juliet what was that called again? Just me on. Romeo, plus Juliet style. Plus, we keep talking about the I need to watch them. That's such a bad movie who played mature Sheila that she commute love fool. Not sad movie. It was like made for the movie, but it was definitely featured very heavily throughout the movie hall. Rod was in that movie. I'm lasagna. Vanya? Yes. They can thanks. I hate about. You is a Shakespeare adaptation forget, which Shakespearean work. Well, if you if you Google movies based on Shakespeare, it starts off with Romeo. Juliet. And then it goes ten things. I hate about you. And then she's the man wet side story no meal in Juliet student rolling over his grave. God damn. That's terrible. A road any of that shit. Oh, my God, Jamie. Kennedy was in Romeo. Plus, Juliet, we had to lead a Midsummer's night dream in English class. I think my sophomore year. Oh, who's brutal? I hated it. I would respect a no MU Juliet so much more had they put in the trailer based on the play by spear. The also based on the novel push by sapphire. Yes. Ten things that hate about. You is tainted the taming of the shrew. Damn nets on jeopardy recently whenever they do Shakespearean stuff on jeopardy. I just just skip. It a agai Dudley. Wanna try in this? I don't know any that. When whenever I ask a question at Google it or one of us does that picture one of our listeners driving off the bridge yelling at the car stereo with the answer. It's romeo. Plus, Juliet, you fall. The I ninety five today. But to use gold, cold, I'm wandering. On the wreck. I wrote you, but you ain't Cohen. You to on the puck kissed. It was colon. Oh. On this up as beautiful. Oh, we just lost trill. He just hung up after he's he mic drop. This it ain't that joke. That's amazing. We no longer have trail on the podcast. He's back. I. Exited the chat. All right. Let's let's move on one more piece of news. It's a very short teaser. But the Alfred pennyworth epix TV show teaser came out, man. How are you on this? I never been so out on something. If you're only seventeen seconds epochs that think that's Uber's channel thirteen thousand four hundred. In case you're wondering how to find epochs. Is it a young Alfred or is it outgrew Duri? Okay. Young alfred. No you need to watch it now. Yeah. Definitely. It was really funny. It's like basically in us agent or something it's for context sake. It's worth the watch. But I love the. Like epochs youth the buy something else to get ethics. I have ethics, but I don't I fix. There's a troll under a bridge somewhere in the United States. And yet to find the troll in answer three riddles. And if you do that you get up. For life. What just? The newspaper. I. Is the weight of a coconut Alford pennies worth? This is in cannon. This has to be the Michael Caine character. Right because he's got that Michael Caine working class cockney type accent. Yes, I think he's the only is the only Alfred with the ETA name is Alfred pennies with would you compare this to another sign-off off ranch is like stripping down all the stuff stuff except for one thing. More MIA'S was the agent Carter. Yeah. I guess that's the most similar one. Right. Although Asian Carter was I think relatively will received in this. Not look great. I just how did they get the rights to make that? I don't know. And I just because they were like we make an Alfred show and they're like, yeah. Whatever sure they just had to do is give at Warner Brothers, DC comics like a coupon for three positions. Yeah. Yeah. Also top of mind, you know, what's back the word biggie at Wendy's. What does that mean what you know this? I don't know. Did you live in a post biggie world? I don't know what it is a done. It was their answer super size, and then Mergen sport spurlock mortgage. Merkin Mergen spore lock Morgan spurlock had to come along and ruin it. So you don't have to. Yeah. And he got rid of super size in Wendy's followed got rid of biggie. And so it's it was the large fry or the extra large fry got admit, I never ordered anything super says, I don't even remember it being offered it deadly was before your time where you would have pocket money to go do that. Like before you drove or anything here. Getting super size or getting a biggie. Fry saying that was so relieving because it was almost like giving up. Nice. It was just happing out of. There was a great big butts. Right. And they put the words big across the fucking Cup. Like, you knew when you got something big announced that the biggie bag, but quite Tam. Miss those yellow Wendy's cups. I'm going to be honest. Yeah. I miss those two. Yes, superstar has came out when I was or came out when I was I think ten so that does definitely little before my were realm of don't meals not getting the kitty meals at the cool toys. Oh, I mean, I was definitely just old enough to be able to order food for myself. Like it was. Middle school, maybe like early. But this is I'm sending this is bad radio. But whatever. But if you search search on Google, Wendy's ain't like it used to be this is what Frosties used to look like they were the yellow cups. They had the behemoth Frosties it was that one of the left is looks like a puddle of shit to be very does. But I mean, that's of Frosties. Dave Thomas died. The core got corporate. Yep. Yep. Still have Wendy's my favorite food zones are back. I never never had of his own good been. I've been. Zone. It's a cow's zone Pizza Hut from Pizza Hut. All right. I'm looking up there. Good. They're good P I Z O N S O N E S, isn't that knows. Yeah. No, it's apostrophes Z O N E S at the bizarre on you guys. Remember the double down from KFC? Oh, of course, definitely member that that that was like eating exactly what it sounded like. It was two pieces of chicken as the bread and it tasted like two pieces of chicken bread with stuff in between. Tito friendly. Not not there's like eight hundred calories of breading on their chicken. Going looks not good limited time food might have to be something one day. I do like KFC, but Popeye's the breading just so much better. It's got that crunch like eating a bowl of cornflakes. Oh, my. Oh my God. Good animal. I think the the my fast food BRAC is going to have the elite eight come out tomorrow. The regional chains. They had a tough go with things the regional change because. It just the voting pool is too big. But Sweet Sixteen is McDonald's water burger Dairy Queen lay Chick-fil-A covert white castle. Burger King Taco Bell raising cane's shake shack Wendy's in and out Popeye's bojangles. Five guys, I think taco bells gonna win. That's my prediction mea has got critical. Mass Scott enough people willing to vote for the regional or regional? They have less voting base in the also people gunning against it only. Dull digits seed to make the Sweet Sixteen was Gary Queen took down a sixty Carl's junior in Hardee's and took them three seat arby's underrated chicken strips. They do and and look if you're going to the restaurant is topped if you're going to people count at frosty with Wendy's. You have to count the ice cream Dairy Queen just how goes just out is. All right. Oh, one more, Android. I guess and then we'll get into our. We'll get into our interview. Here's episode brought to you in part by Dollar Shave Club. We loved that. Dollarshaveclub has everything we need to look feel smell our best not just for shaving. 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One of my favorite TV shows say ties, veep, Tim Simon. Thank you for joining us. Goodness. Thanks for about veep. Final season. Yeah. Man, say ain't so I know it's so, but tell me tell me something better tell me it's coming back. We just don't know that there's nothing. I would even people were like, you know, what they always bring a movie down a couple years down the line. I'm like, you know, I feel like we left the story. Like, we're we're leaving. It exactly where it is. And sort of artistically the story headed where it needed to go, and it can just leave in the past. And we have a we have it. And I say that and then Lincoln two years if they're going to write a check. I'd probably be like, okay. Yes. No, whatever, integrity, whatever artistic integrity. I have would be out the window of like. Yeah. What can we expect from this this last season? And I've actually personally I don't know about anyone else's thing. I've tried to avoid seeing anything related. Into to the movie. I know you guys run Morning America this morning you've done, you know, you didn't do in your press stuff. I don't wanna know anything. I won't. I definitely won't give anything away. I definitely won't give anything away because I feel like I'm the same way. Like, I even tried to avoid watching movie previews recently, a friend of mine suggested to do that just don't know anything you go into the just like the artists involved new go in blind to and so I I like doing that as a as a fan. By think like one. Like, the very general things, I can say is that the show is always been incredibly cynical and that continues, and and that this episode or sorry this season might might highlight. Especially toward the end. The fact that these were never really good people. We just tricked you into thinking they were good people. And and and they never were. And we may we tricked you into liking them. How hard is that because that's an interesting point to make because they really are all unlikable. Yeah. It's gotta be harder to make a show likable. When part of the thing that drives it is just unlikable people. Yeah. I don't think we've ever really we've never had conversations truly. I don't think we've ever had conversations about how can we make these people like that is never come up. And I think if there's ever been a conversation, it's only how can we make them more on like how can we make them behave in in in even more of an? L manner. And and so for us. I think what we what we all. Go back to is is and we've all kind of talked about this a lot like we try to put enough humanity into them like, yes, it's a comedy. So it can't just be. It can't be all humanity. Can't be all heart. There has to be that that that level between that allows it to be funny. We put enough humanity into bad people that people watching can empathize with them for even like a minute. And like I feel like that's where it comes from. You're like, oh, there's there's the human condition or whatever. Like, that's that stuff. We just try to put enough reality enough human stuff into them that draws win. But without ever thinking like, well, if they do that they'll be unlikable. And in fact, we've only ever run toward the unlikable choices, you know, in your character. Jona? He probably has the craziest story arc of any character. That's gotta make that Kittery better to play because you've done so many absurd different things. For that character. There has I feel like I don't know if this is actually true. But in my head is that like, I was I was the benef-. I it has worked my benefit that if like in those first couple of seasons, if the writers wherever just sick of writing jokes about policy, they got him so sick of policy jokes. Can we just have the eighty to come in and you've dumb shit, and I feel like I was the beneficiary of that. And what that led to is like also like arm is somebody who like the show blows up its own premise. I think from what I remember at the end of season to the show blows up its own premise and that she's going to run for president. And like Jonas whole thing. Is that the beginning is he's the White House liaison, and that's all he cares about his working in the White House and very early on. I think in season I came remember, I think it was season to season three. He gets fired. Like, he just blows up the premise the premise of the show and of these characters so early on and that allowed for all those other ridiculous. To happen for him to go off and start like a on an infotainment webs. Website. And then you learn about his uncle Jeff who sort of helped start his political career who has all this power and can basically just slot Joni into congress. But as I think if you had told me at the beginning of the show that this is where it was going to head to be like that's going to strain all credibility. But obviously the last couple years have happened. And there's no way to ignore the fact that they have and so that doesn't really string credibility anymore to have somebody like, I would definitely buy you told me at the beginning that eventually that guy gets to congress. Okay. Cool. You can be pretty dumb and get the congress. But I would I would really push back about the idea that he would end up running for president. But yeah, that's just not the world we or no, I guess, and I'll I'll skip to that question. I have that on here. And I know a lot of you've exp- have answered questions like this not even just this year. But in the past few years has it made it harder the current political climate to do this. Because what you're doing isn't as ridiculous. Maybe in some sense. No. There was the joke that we always say when I started happening is that somehow this all everything that's been happening has made the administration in the show, look aspe-, racial where when you first started watching it was like, I don't want these people anywhere near politics. But now, it seems like well they actually would do. Okay. It has it has made it harder. I think especially for the writers who would work on something for an entire day. Wake up the next day and something has been tweeted out at at at at eight AM western time that is just at blows up an entire day of work. And also we are show that like that wants to the prides itself on its its realism in its temps for to make it as realistic as we can in as believable as we can. And and it's hard now because there are a bunch of things that years past we would have pointed to into there's no way that would ever happen. So let's think of a better way to get that joke without that thing that would never happen and those rules just don't apply anymore, but y- you'd like what you like the things that would Tanka political career six years ago are not only not tanking political careers. They are helping them. So. Yeah, it definitely has been harder. Yeah. Kind of puts everything it's it's. Beyond parody which has to make it tougher for comedy writer yet. Sure. First of all, I wanna thank you for brings to light. Some of the struggle. That tall handsome men go through. This is a podcast that you can't see me. I am also six four handsome so putting their own and lush beard, very low. I wish you told me that you're gonna have a moustache texted me before. Days ago. Had a very similar most co-host to who. He's remote. He shamed. He's not here. He made fun of his moustache. Shaved it. Shamed. Me in. She don't ever be shamed. Like that again, you should be crowded. Proud of it. I should've really really easily shamed. Into almost anything. What campaign? Do you think that Jona Ryan would work for it today because there's a lot of ones which are beyond parody you'd like Baidoa work who stands on every single table. He can find. Yeah. Yeah. The guy like Buddha, Jagger, whatever that watches porn with his mom like there's so many weird candidates out there, and I feel like Jona Ryan fit in any of them. He definitely would be. He is somebody because he has no integrity. He would be able to jump from any one of these campaigns. I am fully behind the guy who stands on the tables and on on and on the car, I'm fully behind that guy. And then if that guy faded he would immediately pivot and be like, I'm fully behind the mom, porn guy. And I always have been. I don't know. It's so early on. I it's so early on that I don't know. I don't think there are any that are crazy enough because I mean like we could argue about Bernie Sanders all day. But you like there's there's still an earnestness to Bernie Sanders is whole thing that he would not fit into his too much of a cynic now like a beltway guy. Right. Yeah. Not like that whole thing. Although he's been doing he's the insiders outside our I guess so so that's for two Ernest for him to have ever done this. I think what what really would I'm trying to think of like it would have been back in the like when the there were like a bunch of Republicans trying to find a nominated that's sort of where he would fit into like, do you? Remember this thing from is not funny anymore. But that thing from this like this like the the nomination debates where they kept fucking up the entrances. I remember I wrote that out in screenplay form and posted it being like we could never do anything better than what just happened. It was beyond parody. But I feel like in that sort of murderers row of idiots like he would fit in their great. You could just plucked him into any one of those campaigns and it worked perfectly. He's the guy from Republican side last year cycle, whatever that kept eating all he did was over in eat the guy from Ohio. He's on chase. It. Yeah. Like, you just go to eat everywhere. To now. Culver is just says everywhere. Yeah. Him Jona Ryan trying to like hick? Do kick flips with beta work as well. So. My favorite Jono moment. It's a small moment. And I actually just pulled it up and just laughed it had to control myself as him chopping wood and his his Gasol where it's it's if the classic gag where you couldn't shop woods. So they they have someone else. Do it. What's your favorite Joni? Because that's mine again. I just laughed almost directly while we're doing this watching it again there is that is a that is a big one. I think because for like at some point they were out takes for that at some point. It was revealed that it was just Richard who would for him. But it if you go down frame by frame on that thing. And this was the hope is that somebody would go frame by frame. You can see that. It is a pair of black like he goes. But then you can see Sam Richardson's hands. There a pair of African American hands attached to the ax go frame by frame, and they I think they were hoping that people would notice that before the out takes came out. That one. I've always been a big fan of like, I remember just because maybe I'm pulling this out of a hat because there have been a lot of really fun things. Like the like the season one thing in the in the mosh pit, Dan and Joan mosh pit was a really fun one. But being fired. I remember working with our the director of that up. So Chris Addison really closely in wanting that wanting that it was all very high in the sky thing. But I wanted Jona to go through the seven stages of grief in that scene of him being told he was being fired two when he was kicked down. Like, I wanted to make sure that we hit like anger and bargaining and sadness. I wanted to make sure we hit them all in order, and I pushed really hard for that. I don't know if it actually worked out or if that just ended up informing it like that was a really fun one just because it was a million different things of anger, and sadness and fear. And like, those are really fun. We're a million things going on him going in. Into the focus groups another one that oh. That one was in the episode cut gate. And so I think I'd go in and call them. Pepperidge farm, mother fuckers. And and again, this is something that after being on the show along time. You get to do like is that I stopped at some point asking for for permission for things and would just ask for forgiveness because I would go in and just change things and see if they worked because usually our show runs behind. We are very chaotic production. And so there's never any time to like true. Hey, I have an idea. Let's discuss the idea, and then maybe we can put it into practice. It's usually just I'm just gonna try it and hope that production doesn't yell at me for costing them a lot of money. So in that one I reckon in and changed it to Cracker Barrel. And I was always so happy about that. But they were like we have we say cut like nine times in this episode, and including one of my favorite line reads from Julia that's ever happened. Which is how is the investigation going and she's like, it's fine, ma'am. The investigation into who called me a cont like that. Favorite line reads of hers. So it was just like another that you couldn't throw him. But I always thought Cracker Barrel that was a fun one. And of course, it went. So off the rails with Peter mcnicoll getting up on the table jumping on my back that whole run was pretty great when his character. Richard split comes in. You guys have a dynamic that is maybe the best duo. So in the show was that important for your characters Velma just or does your presence with that show because you're obviously not like you were a small bit role. But I feel like just between me and like friends who watched it Joan Richard watched above everyone else. I don't know because I've always been such a big fan of the show is really good about mixing groups of people together and sort of like we haven't seen this pairing together. So what does that look like? And so we like that was one that just really worked early on when it was thrown together. And I don't know. I don't know if it was always the planner if it was just noticed that when we were together it worked out. Well, but I. Just remember that. It's always been such a great thing. Because like we're we naturally or like physically were foils like both of those characters are funny on their own. But when you have this buoyantly positive and very earnest character who thinks everything is great and the most negative character that exists on that show. Who's just all like furrowed brow? And nothing's good. And I hate everything like those two together, especially when they get along when they actually get along as well as they do. It was always really really fun to play those scenes just be number one because Sam is so incredibly talented, so funny. He's so funny. And he's one of those guys that like if you didn't love him so much you would you would absolutely hate him as he is. There is nothing you can throw at Sam Richardson that he doesn't know how to take and make better he can accept it and make it better and throw it back in. And he so good at that. You cannot you cannot throw him off. It's so great. And so just. Being able to be seen with him was was outstanding. So I don't like I don't know they like messing with things. But that was a thing that really worked like, I don't know. What it what it led to when it was happening? It was great. You could maybe maybe a spinoff like Joey. What was really funny? We win win win time. Like HBO does this thing with like interns, where they like have them in for a couple of weeks, and they're like have to create shows spinoff shows or something. And then like we have to go in there going to get judged on their performance in their their, you know, all the stuff performance and how they were dressed. And did they did they pitch their idea in a good way was information clear, you know, it's like for maybe freshmen in college or high school students something like that. And because they were doing veep, and I live in LA. I went into like be the guest judge for it. And it was awesome. And it was like all these fresh face kids, and they didn't know that the world's awful yet. And but one of them actually pitched like a really amazing spinoff, they like one of these kids. I was like man you're going to do it. Like, that's kind of the way to do it. That's a great don't even think they were writers. They were just like. Oh, yeah. That's perfect. So this like this high school kid into the executive got this kid. I got this kid, and he's never written anything before Frank paid. He's not being paid. And frankly, he does. Don't even want to write this. I asked him to very nicely. And he said, no. But I'm gonna I'm forced him to do it. What one more thing because I want to get into movies here for a second little hint. If you look at my shirt, what movie I wanna talk about nice movie. Yeah. Favorite character? Not Jona favorite character. Joan. You get sentimental about it man there. They're going to be they're gonna be a bunch like I'm a big fan of AVI. Damn back at all who plays. Roger furlong Sally Phillips who plays Minna Hodkinson. I mean, she's another person that is so she's she's English. And she's speaking American English in Finnish accent as she is British. And she's unbelievably talented. I've always been I've always had a soft spot for Pete growths who plays in place. Sydney pursell who has written by Rachel acts, one of our writers, whose incredibly talented Rachel had this line that he said, I think in season five that was he's talking, Dan. He's like, Dan, you are as useless to me as a forty year old woman. And that was one of Rachel's lines and Pete grows because everything like furlong impeach share this in that they are they are inhumanly cynical, and they can say anything in that show and it works for those characters. So I would say those three. Limited sonic for life. Yeah. Right. You know what I've never brought it up. He's got getting my brain Pete growth is only occupied in my brain. As sitting pursell whenever I see in the sonnet commercials. Like, oh, that's right pizzas that. Yeah. You gotta figure that he has an unlimited sonic ice machine in his house. He probably does actually there's one more thing. I do wanna ask I wanted to ask about the insults. Thrown a Jona your care because now at insults thrown forever and ever. Yeah. And typically like we asked this. We have people who have famous lines like we had a Haley. Joel is we asked people come up to you. And you say, you know, I see dead people do people throw insults at you in public. They do most unlucky in that. Most of the time people are able to separate me from the character. And they and there's a lot of commiseration about like, oh, I work with a terrible person too. So that's usually where it goes every once in a while, you'll get one, but they're also profane. I do feel like they are so profane. I feel like most people have the good sense not to bring up like the come related insults. Like at the grocery store when I'm with my children, and I thank them for that. But no. But like, they do I do get Joan out of those a lot of like quicken and outs like Joan ad and. That will get thrown out every once in a while. But like if I'm just like walking down the street, I'm probably not going to respond to Joe. It's not me trying to be a jerk. I just I don't wanna live my life, man. Yeah. Yeah. Appreciate it. You just call me a testicle draft day. Yeah. Man. You're a scout. And draft day. I see your see your Baker Mayfield phone case. And your thing are I eighty is a big Baker Mayfield. Or just Browns person. He's Browns tied. I don't sit in that chair yesterday. He wasn't David joke who for the Browns now and for the Browns at all I always going to have a SaaS spot for him because everybody likes we had like we had a lot of access to the organization we didn't shoot on their on their campus or whatever, but we had a lot of access, and I went in like hung out with scouts for day. And they ran me through like the gist of their job in like sort of what the great parts about. It are in the terrible parts and like the Browns were very welcoming to the whole production. And and they were the they were awesome one thing about that movie. As I think there were the the script was written by Scott, Rothman and regime Joseph and Rajiv is an incredibly successful playwright whose shows are incredible. That's a side note. But one. Of the things I think they do as writers was that? Nobody in the NFL like the NFL teams eve- even in this fake world of the movie refused to have them. So refused to lose a trade in the movie. So the the script I believe had to be rewritten a little bit for that. Like the quarterback who you think is going to be a bust vocal. I think right. Bo callahan. So Bo Callahan. I think when the script was first written. It was clear he was going to be a bust, but the Seahawks were like, we're not going to trade for a bust. So they had to make it a little bit more open ended like maybe. And because none of the teams would re they all outright refuse to lose a trade in the thing that does not exist the our agents or and and there was they they also shot at the NF the actual NFL draft. Oh, yeah. You're there there. I was there, and I won't name the school, but another schools in college the time, they did interviews and they. Tried to interview the guy that played Bo Callahan thinking he was an actual NFL prospect. That's amazing. I remember they were like how the member him winning the Heisman the car? I was trying to interview. Right with because I think you've already eat it. I always forget the Chebet both Chadwick bows news in it. There was a moment where like at the draft. Roger Goodell came out and said like, you know, with the first pick in whatever NFL draft for the movie, it was everybody in the place was told it was for the movie they still fucking booed him when he came out and it made me so happy. Some quick hits on some of your other movies interview, we use scared at all after the North Korean response that movie when it came out yet. Definitely I think everybody was a little bit. I mean, I think it all got a little like I'm saying this now, I think it all got a little bit out of hand. I was a little bit. I mean, like, I don't run a multi national business. And I understand why they make decisions that they do. But I don't know. Are we gonna we're gonna start pulling things we're gonna start pulling things in the United States? Like, okay, I guess North Korea gets to tell us what we get to watch. Like, I don't I don't necessarily know that that was a great precedent. Although I I can understand why a company makes that decision. I don't necessarily know. It's great precedent to set. I was far down enough on that call list that nobody gives a shit like nobody's gonna care if I'm. But like I did get an Email from some somebody being like just sue, you know, like, I saw change your passwords. I saw what you get paid. There might be like we might be able to like they. Might be able to suss out other personal information. So just like understand that you were up like you're from this from a reporter that I know, and it was like just know, you're there is personal information out there do your business to make sure that you're protected on that. So it what it was. It was scary. It was scary. I think way more scary. I'm assuming I have not talked to them about it. Because it really got talked about a lot, and I wasn't gonna like just tax them. Like, oh, hey, I also have questioned, but I'm assuming it's I I'm assuming it's pretty scary for those higher up. The pay grade me for sure you're the beginning of it a lot to get the FaceTime early. Were you part of the process at all the Eminem to say he was gay on camera in the interview, we when we initially the craziest of that beginning it was. It was funny. This exit was a big learning experience for me because I was like I'm going to be like there was this gigantic tracking shot that when we were initially shooting. It we didn't know who the celebrity was going to be oh so that we were shooting. This huge tracking shot of it starts on Seth Rogan like going into the television station. Like, you got him. You gotta okay in like he goes in. And then he's like we got him. And then it's like you're kind of going through the entire space with people freaking out and like not being like, how are we going to get him heroes helicopter oak? Like, this you go through the back of the production thing, and you end up in the control room. It's like this ten minute sort of tracking shot or this like the shots. This sort of we'll all cut together into one long scene that brings us into the Eminem interview, which we find out like months later is going to be because they haven't figured out. I think it was maybe scripted for Matt Damon at some point like I think so I can somebody like that. This was a learning experience for me when I I I had not seen when I first saw screening of the movie it just cut to the interview. Like the actual interview with Eminem. And I was like oh ninety nine percent of what I did was before. I'm not going to be in this movie at all. So there was that thing where I was like, oh, but it makes sense. Like the movie is about two idiots who go to North Korea. You have to get to North Korea fast. And so like there is that thing that I like like it was like a like a moment. I'm like, it doesn't matter. How funny it was? And maybe it was funny, I'm realizing now, I definitely played moments of the senior I like sort of I fucked up that I soon I didn't play the status correctly. I'm still bugs me the state. I didn't play the status correctly. But we had no idea it was going to be him. And then we ended up shooting for two days over Christmas with like responding to the specific Eminem stuff that they had filmed. So they filmed the Eminem stuff, and then we were filmed responding to it in like, so initially it was just Seth an I like in the control remain like, oh, this is going good. Okay. You almost got there. And then like, and then it was like we were just kind of generally saying things that might fit into. Interview that would happen. But yeah, but I wasn't a part of it. I wasn't a part of the conversations of actually getting it to happen. You know what I mean? Yeah. Yeah. See well, you handle it better than I would if I was in a movie and seeing that I was cut from something. I'd walk out and leave me so run. One of the own leave. You know, I think I honestly I think our show was good training for it. Because we the scripts were show have always been super long. And like the the initial assemblies of every episode that our show has ever have always around like sixty minutes and thirty minutes have to be cut out of them. So like early on we learned that half of the shit. We do is going to go away. So we all kind of eventually, we all we all have egos. We all have him Bishen. We all want like our best foot forward on these things. I think that they I think that are said always operated with healthy goes and healthy ambitions. But we learned early on that like shit's going to get cut, and it's not cut because you suck. And it's not cut because everybody hates you. And it's not because an audience can't. I maybe audience can't stand seeming. But like it's just for the better of the movie in for the better of the story. And if you follow that everybody's gonna look good. You know what I mean? So it was a bummer it sucks. I mean, I'm still in that movie. Like, I still say stuff like, but it's like a bummer near like. Oh, God everything I did happened before this, you know, but you just it's. Part of it's part of it. We're actually cutting the entire interview. It helps the story it helps the story of the podcast than get it. We're just gonna play the audio of the first episode of veep. That's gonna just play. It's that's it way better than whatever I've been doing hundred percent to the minds behind the interview questions here. Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogan there behind future, man. You are now the probably tenth cast member of future future. Man. We've had our podcast really loved the show. We are tremendous engine this show, and I was just curious with future man being on who. Right. What is it a difference like shooting on a set with somewhere site, like Hulu, which is a little more in like youthful stages and making ritual conten