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"patsy kensit" Discussed on Movie Crush

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06:28 min | Last month

"patsy kensit" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Maybe sex sex sex six maybe my cloud some sound effects around. Yeah yeah yeah some spooky. We'll see. I'm not some humane. I think some soups An old sixes. Where i looked up the asti for your birthday per reason earlier i looked up. The the number one movie for both of our ages aged six sixteen. Twenty six thirty six and for me forty-six but you're not there yet not quiet. My list is one longer. And maybe we can do this for various ages every now and then and i thought it'd be kind of fun. I love all right. And i'll even hazard some guesses so Knoll when i was six years old the number one movie and this is on my birthday. The number one movie in the united states was airport. Seventy seven never heard of as like a disaster movie. It is exactly that it was during that run of great disaster movies towering inferno airport. I think this is the sequel. Airport seventy seven. Though i think previously there was already an airport in the movies. Airplane spoofed airport was dinner. I can tell ya. I could tell from the poster. Yeah it's clearly. Some some shit goes down on a jumbo jet because down is that christopher lee was he in that now i don't know say jack lemmon You know it's a great big cast. Christopher lee okay is good for him he was probably the satanic pilot. Wait a minute so is there really like devil stuff going on in this plane. Nanna those john. I would love that. I would love that. That would be great. That would be six. I think it'd be airport. Sixty six now. Christopher lead does usually play some sort of neck. Rome answer right now. Are you going to hazard a guess. At what the number one movie was when you were six years old. When i was six years old that would have been four five six hundred eighty nine. Oh wait yes yeah eighty nine. I thought it did it wrong. But Eighty nine gosh. I bet it was the little mermaid. The graduated high school by the way No good guests though. I don't know if that years correct but good guests it was parenthood. Good movie it is. I've never seen. I think the little mermaid came out. You've never seen parenthood. A nurse did did come out in eighty nine and that was a huge movie. How is it how is it. Not the little mermaid. Well it wasn't on your birthday clearly on my actual birthday job. Yeah parent. I think it holds up. We had to watch it for that night martin. Right with Steve martin yeah a great big gas. Mary steenburgen canneries. I think very young Joaquin phoenix if i'm not mistaken and he's just a little little kid little scammer the plumpton like her Tom hulse jason robards. They're all it's all coming back to me very good fun movie All right now. Oh rick moranis was an i think was. It would certainly make sense. I mean it seems like crew. Very to the lady with the smart kid and steve martin in In mary steenburgen had the little boy that He just he had some troubles. Growing up is does martin short make a brief appearance as a flamboyant hairdresser. He should have though it's stuff all right. No sixteen years old. The number one movie in the country on my birthday was a little movie. Called lethal weapon lethal weapon the weapon. One i'm too old shit. Good boom i am to. Oh that is a good movie. And i also remember. What's the actor's name the woman Who's the love insures patsy tennyson or patsy kensit. I think kensit. Yeah she very steamy scene between her and mel gibson little that i each camper in the top bunk bunk I didn't realize. I was sixteen when i saw good movie. Oh wow now with your parents hope. No heading moves with him. Okay my dad. You know famously. The last movies. I was tarzan the ape man with bo derek. Does the last movies. All right My mom likes movie. So she's but it wasn't like a family where they were like. They didn't feed me culture. You know talked about it. I get it. I get it all right now when you were sixteen years old. This is a very big movie. got any guesses. I'm thinking independence day. And i i would say maybe one of the biggest movies of the year probably probably three Wasn't independent stack was not independence. Day was trying to think what was big when i was sixteen I'm not sure. Chuck the six cents. Yeah yeah when was independence day. Did you see a becton. i totally saw. Yeah on the day was released on july fourth so Not too long before your birthday. So i either fell out of the top spot because of the success might have been knocked out or if that was the wrong year than ninety six. What year are we talking here. Chuck modiano. You're you're the person who's lived that life. No you tell me sixteen Silhouettes that eighty three ninety three ninety four ninety five ninety six ninety seven hundred ninety nine. We're talking ninety nine here. Well you realize there's easy way to do that. If eighty nine. I one just At ten whatever. I do math my own way. You know that okay eighty nine. Th independence day was was ninety. Six number sorry ninety nine eight independent ninety six okay. Three your little younger younger. This isn't intestinal. I know i know i. Of course the six cents was like a cultural phenomenon holding. I don't. I don't believe i had it spoilt. Did you see that. Peter i did. I definitely do. I was a theater. Feeder going fell a bit sixteen year. Old noel probably pretty pretty good movie. To see nafta mistake in ninety nine was a pretty dope year. Ninety nine was one of the dentist. Yeah least the major. We've talked about this. That's right could stuff. It's crazy how much we have to pay for outdated impersonal healthcare and even crazier.

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Sick prairie. That would be good. Oh god i forgot to put an apex. Mountain is. This was the last eddie murphy. Starts the era of those like highschool jackets. Oh yeah rigs to rigs has his version. That was like a nice little four year. Run a varsity jackets. That kind of came and went. I'd like to bring those back. Yeah i think they look great. I even think when patsy kensit dead wearing the jacket. I thought she looked dead and the jacket. It's just. I've never seen those jackets not look awesome. Yeah my school sending me one. I lost mind like he actually got stored and hurricane katrina and like. Oh my like my school is like sending one it makes you feel powerful and youthful to put on your leather jacket. Your you're letter yacky. I'm the fucking man right now. And that's why those guys wore them. They were in their late thirties. Still trolling around marcy. Where the varsity jacket who can complete fucking tools. But it worked. I gotta say those things are fucking hot like. They're basically like wearing a fire retardant suit on the upper half of your body so to where those la is an aggressive move. There's a lot of stuff happening in all eighty s. la action movies that is like pre global warming that is lake. Everything that happens in the hollywood hills is just like a fire issue like now. You can't pull down that house without leading up all of mulholland drive out of a fire for three and a half weeks right all right. This is where van tells us that. Joe patchy when the movie who had van. I'll be honest with you. I think joe patchy won the move be allowed. I'm serious i. i'll be honest with you. I obviously rigs wins the movie. Right obviously rigs wins the movies so this is more like a. This is like a nineteen ninety seven. I tell you what's situation. This is this. The nineteen ninety seven heisman trophy. Maybe it was ninety eight. Remember the heisman trophy where everyone just assumed peyton. Manning was going to win the heisman and then so many people because they assumed paid man who was going to win the heisman. They voted for charles woodson that he just ended up winning winning. Charles charles wasn't won the heisman..

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

03:17 min | 2 months ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"That was it but he must like to work. Do you remember predator to brenner. To predator too was almost a movie. Alex his star turn turn to where it was going to be like danny glover. It can now go do this. But you kind of didn't buy it because like myrtle is feeble. He's the falcon of this whole franchise. He gets his ass kicked Every time he wins just by guile or look at the end and rigs is the young hot viral. Hotshot is the character sort of went on to define him. I think you're right. I think he got trapped by the character. Angels in the outfield. Maybe the one time he was able to bring the tiny bit Richard donner. I'd probably say yes. I i think. At this point. He owned a big chunk of this movie and could do whatever he wanted to pets. I think also he wins whatever battle. There is for the soul of this franchise from shane. Black with this movie yet because the shame black ideas obviously a lot darker doubters like. Let's keep it. let's have fun. Let's make these movies and make some money. Patsy kensit obviously evil. South gotta be right bad things happen to houses on stilts i'd say absolutely ramsey condoms. Apex mountain are better better. More important. Ramsey's kandari moment at a run though it did but i don't think this movie i i think ramsey's by the late nineties trojans i think over took ramsey's i'll know i don't even know why i don't even know what is will ramsey's condo. I never i wasn't around trojans rivals like the pepsi to coax church life. Who who's ramsey's ramsey like the he's pharaoh the for. Oh we're talking about the feral ramsey man. Why is gonna be domestic while abraham lincoln condoms. I'd also like classical connotations. Abraham lincoln condoms will set you free from disease burden that makes a lot more than like ramsey was bad. He was keeping my homeboys down over. Whatever go ahead. I don't think they cared in the late. Eighties separated shoulders apex about. Yeah ooh let me think about this trying to think of a better separated shoulder. Emmett smith won in the nfc championship game that year. They played worth and he had like one hundred and thirty yards. That was a good one. I feel like tony. Romo got dropped on his shoulder like a bunch of times by various eagles. Defensive lineman. But i'm trying to think of like somebody with a separated shoulder who still was fighting through it and succeeding in some way. I think this might be came back after the song. Yeah that's another great. Yeah diving board bombs definitely. That sounds kind of cool. It's doesn't seem cg add no. I think it's i mean it might be a dummy but it it's definitely very very good nail guns i say no i think i think snoop the wire like that. No guns were kate. Plot device in wire just seem with Picking nets so the helicopter comes in the opening scene. I never understand. Why don't these cop see other movies to shoot at the blades..

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

05:27 min | 2 months ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Age the best the condom stuff with the daughter that all pays off the rubber with the rubber plant show is just classic cop huber where the guys are all hide in the plant and then they walk away and it's just one hundred and he doesn't want to laugh and then finally i just loved that shit. That's the kind of stuff that makes a movie for me. So i i. I'm a kid when this is happening right because this movie on cable my pops gets the joke way before i do and when i say i've never seen somebody laugh with their entire soul like this man was laughing at that. Yeah i didn't know what. When i saw the movie i was like maybe nine or ten. I didn't know what the big deal was i. I didn't have any frame of reference to know that hey condoms and sex and all of that when he saw two other guy and the guy starts talking. My dad lost it. So i would watch that scene intently. Trying to understand what was so funny. And it wasn't until i had to understand condoms to understand that scene so it was it but now you look at it of a room for the cops like a testosterone mill workplace in your is about to go have sex on the pows verge i of course great stuff nother what sage. The best. Chris young dean norris. Yeah yeah move. A hair him unnecessary serrato just just cruising around great to see him. Mention the bad guy with the blonde hitler hair. I don't know why he didn't try to do the wispy moustache to much too on the nose. The bad guy south african accent. We've mentioned but i'm just gonna give special applause to. Who is the dickhead now. South african chris. I thought for sure you'd be unveiling a south african accent hard it is. You're saving it for the blood diamond. Podcast that's right. I can do leo blood diamond. But i can't do. Yeah i it's really hard to do. Joss ackland who plays the russian diplomat in hunt for october is pretty is with with a variety of defense. He's kids patsy kensit age. The best job by her in this movie not sure what happened. I'm not sure why she wasn't in our lives and more stuff. If some notes go ahead so like is it. Pats has her characters no culpability. Working there the only job she could get nothing. She has no idea what's going on even cases of cash here the morning faxes. It's like what do you think he's doing where who do you think you're working for. It's like here's your coffee. I don't know how to explain. That part obviously didn't bother mel gibson. Maybe that should have been warning for all of us. Did your your boss is not a nice guy no she liberal greatness movie though she looks great your boss is upholding a racist system of division. It come on. You know what's going on by the way. It was a tough crowd for her at that point. That was if for for her at that point. So it's tough. You're talking about the golden age of pfeiffer is like all the female singers that tried to come up through the beyond say and riana era. Yeah like heart only about. Please don't leave out..

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"La tonight this. I love this seems ridiculous. It's so good with gibson breaks into the office to confront all the guys. They don't just kill all right away yeah. I don't know why they should be shot in five seconds. But he does that. Well well well. It's the master race good so the master race got. That's that's mine. I love that scene faster race. Hope you realize the travel you are in radner was usually you. People have got everything upside down and turn around and act fun. Gentlemen show officer Into the street. I love what he shoots. The fish tank and i love when the evil guys like hand picked him up with your house. Would you pick them up with your feet. I really liked that gibson's trailer. Getting shot up is just a great action. Movie scene. How he survives. But that's the point of all these movies. But i like what he's escaping with patsy kensit and he's like. What are you doing saturday. Like they said the date Good could palos verdes kind of scenery. There chris yeah. Love house varied as a location that really explore in movies. But very beautiful. Gordon and nobody cares nobody cares and the palace fair is people. They made a pact. Don't tell anybody how cool it is here. It's like one of those places. I i used to during the pandemic when i was trying to find. We just drive up there. Who lives appear that they don't want anyone to know how colt it's beautiful. You can all the way to malibu at. Its is clear and nice. And they've got a whole little community up zoe-elena soccer game there once when she was like seven or eight and it was like on a cliff sacrifice cliff and you could just see all the lane like where are we would people live here. What is this pretty. Cool place All right rigs escapes. They don't kill rigs. I guess we could do that. And pick a niche later but They decided to put them in the straitjacket. Which is perfect. You know where it's going. The more you see them in the straitjacket Pretty iconic image of when he's underwater and he sees dead patsy kensit. It's it's for some reason. Those underwater to dreyfuss sees the guy. Yeah the dead guy's head for some reason. People seeing things underwater at an aware whether they look kind of sticking your brand for some reason. Yeah but that whole seems really good. rigs i can't believe elementary watchable. Caesar rigs yanks the house down off. The stilts would agree advertisement for pickup trucks. So this cost five hundred thousand.

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on X96

X96

05:25 min | 5 months ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on X96

"Hmm. Just like an excuse to play simple minds. But okay on this day in 1968 Patsy Kensit was born up. Actors. Patsy Kensit? Mm hmm. She was married for a brief time, too. Jim Carr. Oh, the singer of simple mind. Yeah, And then she married Liam Gallagher of Oasis, and then they divorced, So she's a She's a man eater. Patsy Kensit both date today. It's a good A good excuse. Yeah, Just if you enjoy that kind of music, then you'll enjoy our HD to channel Listen on your HD radio or go to x 96 dot com and look for the cow on the website and click on that to listen to Commercial Free Classic all time just found the most wonderful website in that well with that song was playing. It's it's called a place called Snack upon, Hmm. And s O on. I won't tell you right now. Why I went there ended up going there. But so the first thing I notice is they got something called Van Holton's pickle in a pouch. You can buy order pickle in a pouch. The big deal pickle in different flavors, and it comes they come in these little pouches. But then I started exploring this website. You wouldn't believe the variety of snack food that's available. Did you know that there were microwavable pork rinds available? Why do you need to microwave? Lowry's bacon curls, Micro waivable. Pork rinds. You put it in there, and they come in a little pouch like popcorn. And you put him in the microwave for certain amount of time and they come out hot and crispy. Okay, I may come in different flavors. For a name of snack. Just name a variety of snack food variety like You know? Pretzels. Okay, let's wrestles. Let me go toe. Yeah. P poor crunch pumpkin seeds. How about Probably under a different category. But I'm sure they have them. But like they have here, they have cauliflower bites crispy. I wasn't going to say cauliflower bites that didn't need to E. I just can't believe it. There's more S'more snack foods available than I thought possible. I mean, wouldn't you like Have a whole bottle full of G. No, Remind me what that is. It's like butter. Oh, yeah, there Here's, uh, here. Here's some high key many cookies. Here are I mean, it's just It's just astonishing the stuff they have nature's garden stuff. He does get hungry. You're hungry. That's what that's really muscle. That must be what it is. But they have dozens and dozens and dozens of kinds of Candy you could buy. Man. I'm always gonna go back to the microwavable pork rinds. Okay, I was I was again. Um and then No, not for a good while. So you want me to let me let me read you a description? If I can find them again of the microwavable pork grinds Because to me, those sounded really I like pork rinds in general. And so that sounded great to me. What was it under? Always under diets? Skeeto. They're very dark Ito punchlines Herkie toe. Yeah, they are. Because they're they're low in carbohydrates, very for snack food. They're very low in carbohydrates. Okay? Lowry's bacon curl microwavable. Pork rinds low in carbohydrates, high in protein, Perfect snap fork Ito or low carb diet hot and crispy on the go snack prepared in the microwave, just like popcorn. Sounds good, hot and crispy on the go. That sounds good. Let's see. How about some crispy Rahman snacks Idaho spuds. Oh, man, I'm gonna get I'm going to do some damage with this website. Well, Get me some Eminem's while you're there. No, no, not not Eminem's. There's a whole section of Eminem's that says, though, there is your right. Yeah, alright. Shikaki mushroom bites. Yeah. All rights. We will take a break. We will be back. We've got a boner fight after these. We've got Reasonable amount of news coming up and we're going to tell you more about mad Marchioness. Because it is it's happening live. Is it going live? It is. It is live and where about it coming up on the way. Stand by. Scott. Hail, plumbing, heating and air it Z not free brew every anymore, is it? No. It's march. Hmm. Um well No, it's still cold outside. You're not thinking about air conditioning. But now might be the time to think about air conditioning before the rush, you know, in on Scott Hale, if you if you get I think he still has that offer where you do the You do the air conditioning..

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

06:04 min | 9 months ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"You John Astonish John Astonished Great New All right. Like I said, I'm Paul share the doctor I'm not a therapist but I believe I can help you and I'm GonNa help you right now let's see I. Call Hi Paul I'm calling to ask what your biggest movie pizzas mine is the bullet shooting underwater special effects because it defies the laws of physics and doesn't really exist. The most egregious example is saving private Ryan because Steven. Spielberg made a whole movie dedicated to. Portraying the real life portraying a real life example of World War Two except for he needs to the Nafi Shooting Lasers 'cause he shows the Nazi shooting bullets underwater. So yeah, what's your biggest at? They've? Okay. Not The help that I was. Wanting to give in this moment I felt like I had a lot to give of myself, but you're asking me about. Things that irritate me it's it's funny because. I don't know how much like what you just said blew my mind because I never questioned that bullets don't fly underwater since lethal weapon to when Mel Gibson was trying to save patsy Kensit I remember it all beautiful beautiful petty Kensit. What did I say it like that? All I remember is being obsessed with her as a kid. When is she going to be more movies? She wasn't joe she was she's Australian actress I'm sure she did well, anyway bullets are flying through. Mel Gibson were dodging them. It happens a lot in James Bond movies. I never realized that that is not possible. So thank you anonymous for letting me in on that I think for me too dumb ones. Are. Walking away from an explosion and not and not being horribly burned in the next scene and the throne. When bad guys have thrones or some sort of giant chair in the center of a room that just feels like at one point they needed to like get that delivered. You know that always makes me laugh I did a pilot on adult swim, which is still up on the website called goals and we kinda tackle some of these dumb things at villains do. But I'm I'm very much a thrown. Makes me laugh you know if it's in game of thrones I get it. It's in the title You know if it's an Conan, I get it. You know it's part of the world but just like a bad guy who has a thrown I'm always suspicious of all right victor from Las Vegas. Would he got hey? Paul Victor from Las Vegas to that. I'm just going through a up right now and I feel terrible you know with Komen and everything going on basically my question is. I struggled with vulnerability relationships. You know I I always feel how always have one foot out the door in relationship 'cause I'm always scared of getting hurt. And I just wanted to know if you've ever dealt with that your life and you know what steps he's taken to correct that. And I just. If I get anything from that, that'd be great. I really appreciate guys in you guys. Thank you. All right. That's a good question victor. This is what I say. To this and it's probably not when you WANNA hear but you're in a band place right now. Right? You are upset you broke up and you're feeling like the fuck did I do. Is the feeling that you are feeling right now. Better because you didn't. Give in or emotionally reveal yourself i. mean that's Kinda thing I always go back to it's like what harm does it do? The pain is still there right new still are upset and you're kicking yourself for a different reason I I don't know why sometimes we are afraid to fully open ourselves. To. Relationships and I think it often is. A fear of exactly what you're having right now, which is well, if we break up that I revealed too much I said this now I think and you'll say or he'll say and. Don't worry about any of that shit seriously just don't even worry about it like. Give, all At all times not in a crazy way like don't give all on the first you have to do it in a rational way but. The the pain is still there when it ends. So what are you protecting yourself from annual enjoy yourself more on the ride and who knows maybe you won't even have the break-up because you don't because you actually gave more of yourself. I know it's hard and like I'm saying just turn the switch but. Challenge yourself to bring this person in to you in again baby step at baby seven babies. If you WANNA reveal all your crazy right at the top you you have a year. For any good relationship it takes about a year for the other person to see how crazy you are, and that's why have a big believer in not getting married anyone until you know them for a year I know that's a controversial statement anyway. Enjoy that. But what I'll say is let them in let them see who you are. They will let you know who they are and then you'll have a better relationship. I mean there are moments still with June where I didn't know she was feeling a certain way just internally not even about me and I feel so much closer to her when she does reveal that because. I said I'm let in. Anyway. That's all say. All right. Next one. April going their longtime listener here listening actually since the fourth episode or so anyway. just finish the breaking to episode. Great. in passing you mentioned that you. At one point could not touch your toes and now you can. I. Myself Am a middle aged man who has never been able to touch his toes but always wanted to. I was wondering if you could share your routine. How you developed flexibility. Later in life..

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"To you by the team behind Monaco dedicated weekly design program, and I'm your host Josh Venit in h shot episode we rummage through the ideas covered and browse the metaphorical bookshelf. Untold Tales Interesting asides this week. Monaco's Robert Bound considers how back issues magazines can act as tactile time machines. Nothing quite like a fresh water of print hot off the press pay printing smelling finer than bakery. See like it. But what about the Golden Oldies? The back issues? The magazines of your you stored and wondered when that rainy day might fall well, it has been a little damp of late underfoot, and so I reached into the archive and I've never been happy. Back issues are a tactile time machine march, one thousand, nine hundred Vanity Fair, shouted London swings again and featured Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit looking hot, but hung over in a union jack bed on the cover. Better though was David Lachapelle shot of Alexander McQueen and Isabella blow escaping from castle. They just torched dress, just pantomime dames. That year has the sweetest most natural cover shot at the spice go. There is a group boy smelled pouted as though their careers depended on. The two thousand four vogue is a trove of cigarettes perilously close to needing a tap front rows at fashion shows Amanda Cabinet and J. Jagger and tech pages, featuring the brand new ipod mini, and the very blue, looking black rain. toughing my way to the back of the cupboard, I thumbed through a national. Geographic from the magazine. Centennial Year of Nineteen. Thousand nine hundred eight and Shiva at the ghosts of war. Cover Abana crusted Mitsubishi zero lying on the bed of the Pacific. I know that it's monstrously not to have June ninety four issue of Motor Sport, but it commemorated both et and senator, who tragically died the month before, and that very magazines on seventieth anniversary. Strain, skillful editorial, balancing actors performed with Beautiful Arco photography among the ads for auto, grim and the brand new golf GTI. In fact is often the ads that are the real Proustian Madeline. Back to that two thousand four vogue, and the door of the couture meets highstreet trend. Karl Lagerfeld. Experience a moment in fashion in history. Called, looking trim and unknowable in shades and twenty thousand nine quid white realm. Type back issues into Google and you may get a piece of stock photography of a man, wincing and clutching his lettuce, dos, I or possibly his erectile spin. That's because the Internet doesn't know what back issues are, or what paper is and what it means to you and to me it's archive is a silo in Arizona Norton, a study or sitting room ready to be plundered for entertainment. Benigno magazines then it's like binning your memories. Look gets really interesting that the back of the cupboard. Multiple..

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

12:44 min | 1 year ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"What else do we got? Gina Grad well with all this hot go-cart talk My Mom's pretty bored in Kansas and she and just kind of cleaning and looking through cabinets and she came across a whole bunch of Little Gina pictures and they're all very funny and very cute but she found one of my prized possessions. My favorite childhood memory. My Dad would take my brother and I to the Malibu Grand Prix track and she found my driver's license. Wow Jeremiah little kid swimsuit in Kansas. You just you just wake up and put your swimsuit on in the summer. It doesn't matter where you're going and I clearly just learn how to write my name in cursive and that was my I would. I would not go anywhere without my Malibu Grand Prix drivers license. 'cause there's always a chance we'd end up there. Jesus barely a D. Cup. Thank long I'm ago buying six packs Heineken with that driving around in a go kart. Hey Gino with the with the prodigious rack. We're you go to buying beer person. We'd always when we had to buy beer. We'd either find the dude that seem the oldest in our group and then go to a liquor or with the craziest nationality behind the counter. Because look you got some. You've got some on thirty year old dude behind the counter. He's GonNa make that your fifteen grandpa behind now buck an idea. How old around is you know what I mean you can do that. The group that's right because I was. I was balding like I looked like I was thirty years old. Yeah I grow a beard when I was fourteen so I used to get yours too and that was the store that used to go to Ottoman. Ever told the story but true story. I think I was nineteen or twenty and we my buddy and I were in How old it has to be to Gamble in Vegas Twenty? It's twenty one and eighteen. Okay so we're in Vegas where gambling with our fake. Id's twenty years older than nineteen. Or Twenty me. And my Buddy John. And we're you know ten dollar blackjack or something you know five and these two drunken idiots come up and they're clearly eighteen or whatever they are and they're just remember the bones the bones of liquor. You know the big bottom of the big top holding up with Margarita and you stumbled around Las Vegas. These idiots are making noise and they come up to the table and then throw the money down and the bar. The dealer rolls his eyes he goes. Can I see my gentleman? And they're kind of like a kind of stumbled away right and no idea. They're underage and me and my buddy twenty at the time kind of look at each other and I said to the guy do you knew some. Id from US and he goes no sir. Of course sir. The it struck me that in the first. Oh God damn Let's see Danny Glover Mel Brooks cop movie. What was that one? Alberto Mel Gibson Mel Gibson. Love to come all over the road too. Many names too long The first lethal weapon. They had a whole scene with Mel and Mel Gibson and that Super Hot Blond. Whatever name was from back in the day in the farmer's market there is a there was a weird market by the way not too far from Your House Gina Grad. I'm sure this are you sure this wasn't number two with Patsy Kensit. Oh then it must have been number two with Patsy Kensit. If that was his love interest she was the hot blonde number two. I don't remember him. Having he was distraught over the death of his wife or something and number one hundred eleven degrees in one must have been two. Then you must have been to. It took place in the produce section of this weird little and and we'll find the name of it had a name Roy Ridley's market or some some version of that and it was like from the nineteen twenties kind of weird farmhouse. He thing they just kept adding onto and the whole neighborhood around. It SORTA got popular in in started growing around it but still this little wooden market with with just there and it was on the corner of Laurel Canyon and Riverside and that's where they filmed the interior that movie anyway that that was our go to buy beer market where we just sit in the parking lot and it was always like wait till it dude in El Camino pulls up and when we find that when that dude pulls up in any Dudin alchemy now. We'll just go up to them and we'll give them five bucks and we'll tell them to get us. Mickey's big mouth because an El Camino says open for business like that. I'm a dude. I got no problem by the way. The guy in the El Camino pulled up six years earlier. He was standing in the same parking lot looking for another dude El Camino totally pay back. We we had a store that we would go give a guy money and he would just pick whatever booze he wanted to sell us. We didn't even have the chance to actually choose what we drank. It'd be nice where it'll be like four dudes in the woods drinking peach schnapps weirdest shit. You know you're just like can you please get beers and some type of whiskey and we'd end up with like blackberry brandy and Vice House. I've Sherry feel shit. I think it was called. It wasn't called farmers market in this weird thing there. Oh No it's gone. Got Rid of it. It it it. It's gone the only proof it was there was the movie my buddy ray the El Camino and then the movie was Another thing but I just had this thought. Here's my old guy. Esoteric daughter. The day we used to be able to tell a lot from a person by what they pulled up in right if you saw guy in a custom van that guy was good to buy booze if we saw guy you know the old Jaguar you know like the Eighties Jaguar. That was rose color. That was an old biddy. You didn't WanNa talk to her. She was square and old Cadillac powder. Blue or something now. Now now but custom Van Baja bug like a converted. Vw El Camino with craters on it like that guy was good to go and now everyone's pulling up enough fucking. Prius right like camera. Like how the fuck are my kids going to know? Who's cool and who's going to buy beer for them when everyone's driving the same vehicle. Do we think that the shoulder tap has gone the way the Dodo? Now with such great printers and everyone can do a fake idea of some sort like auto remember. Yesterday you were talking about confidence you want to study confidence and people how they get it. The most confident move I ever saw in college like we all had fake. Id's sometimes they work sometimes they didn't and if they didn't work now. I'm sorry I can't take this. You KINDA slink. Out of there you know embarrassed or whatever. One time a friend of a friend wants to get a six pack of beer or whatever it was and he flashed the fake. Id and the guys like now. I can't take this. And instead of slinging out he raised. Is this how you treat your out of town guests? I could never bought it is. It's all about the confidence I remember going to a place called toads place in new haven and it was like a great rock club and I had a fake. Id and the Guy Goes Spell. Your last name backwards and I go spell your last name. All right go ahead. You're in so I think it's if I actually tried to. Do I think sometimes when they pull you over and they go through the alphabet backwards? You're out of your fucking you're out of your mind. You do it all right go ahead. Anyway I was I was I was leaving Home Depot in Hollywood years ago and there was a building inspector from the city standing there waiting for people you know if you bought a toilet seat. He wasn't GonNa Talk to you. But if you're pushing a cart with fifteen pieces of drywall on it he wanted to know where you're going with your fifteen pieces drywall. And no no permit right so he just stood there and he said to me. Hey where you going with that? Drywall like I'm going home. It's like you got a permit and I go. Yeah got a permit and he goes. What's your permit number? And I said nobody knows their permit number eleven digits anyone memorizer permit number and he looked at me and went all right. Go ahead eleven digits. Perfect just wanted to see what my face dead asked me what the permit number was on. I said I did have a permit. I've had many permits and I've never known one number on a permit because nobody committed to memory rates wasted time mat-su Patta that that they're seen in in in that movie. I've everywhere but I cannot find filming location or what. The store was called. Well it was on. The corner is it. Is it lethal weapon? Two it is lethal weapon two. Yes and it's on the corner lull in one thousand nine hundred nine. That was as close as I got to start them by the way in second. Guess where they film this movie. That's that's the one we tell the. Guy Del Camino Demise Beers in yeah this Letterman Jacket. Butcher you can. I mean I don't know if you know if you guys were watching it thinking something they did on the back lot at universal or something but this is an old market. That's the way that's the way I can't think of that. I think we called it. Farmers Market for some for some reason backed before there were farmers markets. I mean before that was invoked. All right let's one more Gina Grad. Right let's see here. Oh this is a fun one. So Mayor Brandt Walker of Alton Illinois woke up Sunday morning to very embarrassing news. Police arrested his wife so Shannon Walker. A little bit of a party girl. I think attended a corona virus party at here rooms or Hiram Tavern only one day after her husband warned citizens he said. I'm begging you. Please stay at home parents. Please keep your kids at home. Doing this is vital to our health but Mayor Walker then asked police departments two patrol the town disperse crowds. That didn't follow these. Stay at home orders on Monday Walker posted facebook. My wife is an adult capable of making her own decisions in this. In this instance. She exhibited a stunning lack of judgement. So he let her swaying Shannon. Won't get a free pass husband instructed the police chief to treat her as he would any other citizen violating the order. She could get twenty five hundred dollar fine up to a year in jail and he's messing around or well. Let me just say this. The guy made the announcement that it was very important for everyone to lock down and stay in place not spread right and his wife one out. Later on the proclamation. I told the police chief. You treat her like she's not not not the wife of the mayor just anybody else who would have. I'm not so sure I believe all this guy's proclamations is what I'm saying. I don't know about this anyone else. Proclamation he made either damaged who the highlight commissions. I like that proclamation. I just I. I don't know what his proclamation batting average they tend to go ignored a lot because at least in this story. If this happened to Lynette I would say you treat hers if you treat any other citizen. Who did the exact same thing? I want no special treatment that is my proclamation and then later at show with a roll of twenty s and p l if you often we talk about what's IT GONNA take. He's the Guy Proclaim. You're sleeping on the couch tonight. But Right Qasim problems at home. You went to ki the city by the way. Now's the time to get the key to the city can go anywhere you want. That's right all right Max Pat simply. Is that long or short long? Okay that market farmers by my crossroads again is Laurel Canyon in one riverside resigned. Yeah is there again. The computer is Great. But it's not that great because this place was on the corner of Laurel Canyon and Riverside for.

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

Hollywood Unscripted

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on Hollywood Unscripted

"Looking at your IMDB credits. I saw a one credit for directing an episode of tariffs on the fly. No more I was horrible. I was terrible It was part of the deal. You know at that time. If you're in one that you lobbied really hard you could get to direct one and they very graciously. Let me direct one. I had no idea I mean I remember. I was in a room preparing. You can see me bring quotes around preparing and Gary Pflieger was in an excellent wonderful director. Garin Gary Head storyboards on the walls and written and the whole thing you know and this has in my room. I had like a phone and a desk and a chair and that was at blank walls. I had no idea and I would come in the morning and we would just look at it and I'd say let's do this this this this. I had wonderful cast actor Elizondo John Shea Patsy Kensit really good people and go for moral for me and nothing really worked. There were a few things that worked really well but I was not prepared. I didn't put my best foot forward on that. I loved the one I was in. I think that turned out pretty well but the one I did was very average but you did want to try it again. I didn't know I loved it. I loved it it just I love taking part of character more and there are director that I admire that. They're meant to be directors. They do things that I'm just. I'm stunned by name. Just know what they're doing and over time they've learned and it's just not something that I'm drawn to. I don't trust myself to tell the story in the best way possible. I would tell the story but I think there are people that can do a better. You talk a lot about taking the character apart and obviously you do that because you have to inhabit and bring this character knife. Yeah do any of these characters ended up sticking with you No no you're able to walk away from the end of the day. Yeah there's some that I miss. I miss playing FDR. I would really like to revisit him again and do something you know. The focus on that particular is on the Norwegian Royal Family. And I'm in. I'm in quite a lot but I would love to be able to have the focus. Be On FDR and play that because he's complicated fascinating person. Linden it very interesting period of time with interesting people around Edison. Another one that we'd love to watch Tesla. I was pleased with my work. Would it be fun to explore him more and really pull him out? Yes that would be really interesting to me now. Telling the story of that is oh huge and his personality is so big and prod which is one of the beauties about Michael Meritas Tesla. You break it down and you see glimpses of the people behind these power houses of that era you know. Westinghouse and Tesla and Edison. These people that live that we hear their names who were they. What were then we get to see a small Clemson who they were? At this point I will say comic Lachlan. Thank you so much for joining us a pleasure in Shakespeare's stage direction exit pursued by there. Let's talk about your wind fantastic.

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on Establishing Shot

Establishing Shot

13:14 min | 1 year ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on Establishing Shot

"Ager at the time take buys the album and has to kind of sneak it out of the store. Because he doesn't want people to see what he's bought. And then he sneaks into his bedroom and just stares at the album cover kind of obsessively just that kind of fascination with music and really in music as a K. is as both aural experience but very tactile very very much something that is enhanced by the sort of visual elements which was something that brought to it right. Because you know kids would see these performers on top of the POPs or I don't know if they made it to American bandstand at that point but not not thinking so no but but yeah I. That's what I mean. I haven't watched this in quite some time. I'm curious how it would hold up but I can remember really just being into it and coming out of it feeling pulling like. It wasn't so much that I had watched the greatest film ever but that completely immersed myself in the world of this film and you know in that was that was kind of a trip so I don't know if you guys that is and that there is something to be said for that there is something to be said for whether or not something is period of cracked or not here but it's about creating the world and whether or not you can get wrapped the tension to get into that world. Sure and there's something to be said for that and that's not easy working as a designer. It's not yeah yeah no I definitely choices is critical. Yeah and it's you know for Bowie. Of course it was known for his variation of looks different different character that he takes on every couple live years they they try to capture all of that even even shifting to the let's dance era you too so you have strong feelings about this film one way or another I when I saw it and high school I I remember not being that moved by. Yeah and I actually have not gone back to it. I think I think now have more fun with it But now it just it. Didn't it had so much hype and it was dumb movie. You need to see their ear and I just. I wasn't into the story. I was an into the and that was a lot of people's reaction because they did 'cause you know because people who are interested in independent film were so excited about todd out hands as a filmmaker. They weren't a lot of people weren't quite sure what to make of this and just heard or just not able to connect with yeah. Yeah and it's funny that I haven't gone back to it since as I've probably watched superstar yeah six or seven times since then if you watch. I remember what we what we did around the time. Was We watch this. And then we watch bowie videos especially the early David Bowie videos. And it's so spot on in terms of how it plays off of the the sort of bizarro pizarro aesthetic of those of those pieces That it actually that made it. It made it seem more significant. And when he will in two things when he had his museum museum. The David Bowie Museum. Exhibit the exhibit was going around. There is a lot of press about Velvet Goldmine again. Like I'll go back and watch it. I miss it that and then when me passed away same thing and I feel like I've missed my moment again. I think it would fit in wait till Gi. Does some some reason like along biggie. Yeah I do And he's obviously someone who I you know he's not Entirely superficial but he's definitely high-concept and I could see how the story line might get left behind and this is also I. I feel like it's a film that is somewhat. I don't know I felt like if I were British I would appreciate it more. I don't know why why why did worse than me but I do. Remember thinking that the look of it was was amazing. Some all right. We'll go ricky. You tell us about your third film which is a film. I have not seen either so this is from the mid nineties and it is a film. Called Angels Rosen insects which I saw a couple years thereafter so I was in high school at the time for sure. I think it was like a freshman in high school and it is from a director named Phil Haas who wasn't really a film director. He is Coming A and almost like a Tom. Ford Steve Maclean. Because he's one gallery sculptor installation type guy and he got as the costume director director. A man named Paul Brown. Who was doing operas at the time? And his big push for it was There's very little naturalism. Despite being sat one hundred fifty years ago and so when Lynne was talking about like do they get the time writing taker. They actively don't go for that and this was one of the first moments anachronisms for me. Were always funny and intriguing gang and I remember this movie as really popping out because not only are the costumes I mean they. They could be right but just played played to help right the camera movements the dialogue. The Look of it is there's nothing eighteen hundreds about that I I would say how sensibility ability has the kind of modern film vibe of eighteen. Hundreds this is not going for that on any level and on top of that it comes off almost as looking like it's an early sixties movie. The lighting and everything has an odd look to it. The plotline by the way I forgot about A swing call me by your name. came out but similar. A researcher comes to stay with somebody and falls in love with their child and things go from there and it was interesting to me. The people that revisit it I was thinking about this today and I think it's because the story line is so lost to the the look and feel despite having a very I mean just like in a couple of I'm not revealing like a couple of twists us. That very like make this movie popout and one thing. That's really great. The lead character. The Matriarchal figure has Queen Queen Costume a queen. Bee Costume that she wears around and so like obvious and direct that. It's it's It's great in its playfulness So it's a film that I think people should check out in the film. Patsy Kensit was in it and and and remember lost on me but I it's worth visiting because I think this is something that Ed Wood this style. The stylized way of going about trying to do a period is something that we saw recently with David Copperfield and their there shades of that in only this is much much higher. Great Excellent Lynn. What is your third third in my most favourite film ever the great race? Wow Okay here we are. Tony Curtis Jack Lemmon again and Peter Falk in the list goes on this. Is that movie it was designed by Don Feld who did a number of films On the lot where they filmed a number of things but one of his other films was I think Robin and the seven hoods okay so it's a melodrama they make no bones about it. They try to play. They play it straight up. But it's just over the top first of all. Aw Natalie Wood's is traveling with them as the reporter and they are on a race from New York to Paris and she has a different outfit every time you see her and you start to wonder where. Where's the luggage I carry on here comes Tony? Curtis he's got on something that always white always in white you with the with the Glenn t t and just always perfect and they go to all these different locations and everybody there is dressed. Ah Somewhat appropriately but again the color. It's just it's it's candy. I just en- Ross Martin's at which if Ross Martin said it's good to know that Ross Martin Film Festival the the wild wild west but that creates racks me up because there's her clothes and you just lose track in the other part about it is yes. It looks period it correct. Close Your eyes not going well that dresses with draped right. Now you're just buying it. You're just buying it hook decline in sinker because it is what it is well. She's in bold colors and she always says perfect always has a matching hat gloves. It's interesting you focus this on her too. Because I think of this. This wave of movies in the sixties where you have you know the cast of thousands right. It's one of the last gasps of the old studio system where they just throw a bunch of people mad mad world. Oh Yeah right right right you know or or even you know stuff like the dirty dozen or would you just have whatever ever this genre might be. You know that you you elevate the film by just has the people on April four thousand stars but it's Interesting to focus on kind of you know Curtis and kind of the key alum Jack Lemmon. Peter Falk never changed clothes. Yeah except for the change this go. He was always at the same cost. Jack Lemmon only had to change when he became the prince. Yeah God that's funny. That's dogs dogs. I'm like I'm going to go back to that. One that's That's I just love it. It was gone wrong remember. Yeah I was watching a little bit of it as a kid but I have to have two three hours ours. Is it really. Yeah great all right well. The last I'm GONNA mention Is a film from two thousand one And it's one car wise In the Mood for love And this is a film that Wi Carr wise Director from Hong on Kong makes films has really interesting group that he makes in the nineties. Hong Kong being a really interesting place to make films in in the nineties because of the handover in kind of the anxiety among the handover. That's happening once sort of once. You get past that in his nineties films he goes into this piece which is a period film set in the early nineteen sixty s and follows a relationship by two characters played by Tony Long and the unbelievably beautiful Maggie Cheung And really this is. If it's it's a film that's fairly slow moving. I'm fairly minimal narrative but if you need something away to engage with it just watch Maggie Cheung throughout the film and it's watching her both in terms of how she functions as an actress and a character opposite Tony Lung but but the way she's dressed throughout the film Just every scene. It's set in the early sixties. So Oh you know she has. There's a certain kind of clean line look to her. that's That's just beautiful. The she's wearing all of these pattern Saturn dresses. That are just you know in each seeing they kind of outdo each other. But it's done you know as as you know eye-catching that in is that is it's done in a very kind of subtle way mhm where it just you know. She seems such a natural part of this of this world That they create so one car. Why it's in? He's an interesting director in that you know he goes once he makes this film This was kind of his peak. I would say since he's the films that he's made since since then he actually he actually tried to make a sequel to this film called Twenty Forty six which was not very successful and then he goes to He goes to the. US asked mix film with Norah. Jones that my blueberry nights which wasn't very good So he's kind of sort of lost his way since since he made this but This was a film that it you know really within the art cinema world had become so.

"patsy kensit" Discussed on Poop Culture

Poop Culture

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on Poop Culture

"All right on may twenty fourth. Nineteen ninety one saw the release of backdraft in American movie theaters, directed by Ron Howard and starring Kurt Russell, William Baldwin don's Donald Sutherland and Robert deniro. The story follows Chicago firefighters in a serial arsonist. The film went on to gross over one hundred fifty million worldwide was nominated for three Academy Awards praise for its special effects and even had an attraction at Universal Studios. Hollywood that operated until two thousand and ten in this edgy your seat thriller. We weren't we learned one thing about fire in an instant, it can create a hero or cover secret. Did you know there's a sequel out to that yet? Did they come out yet? It's this year. It came out this last week. I think she called a further backdraft look at the timing on this. Sutherland is in it backdraft to electric Boulou. Is it straight to or did it give released in the feeders? I think in straight to bear day did not get a theat. It's all the same casts. Still fighting fires will some shows up in it. So that's going to be interesting at by interesting. I mean, not really call them. Was it not Billy was was no was William Billy and he didn't age. Well, he did. Note the crazy Christian one. So he was all poop Coulter relate. He's talking about Daniel. No, I'm talking about Steven, oh, Stephen Daniels, Danny was in homicide life on the streets, vampires Mult boat. He was it's just he's not Stephen who did a lot of self coal thrillers with Patsy Kensit in the nineties only to go on become some mad right wing religious sled. You can't forget fled any have a threesome with. Josh, Charles, true and Lara Flynn Boyle. He's Justin bieber's father in law. That's a ninety sentence. Right death, Stephen Baldwin had a threesome with Chelsea Lara Flynn. Boyle only in the nineties. All right boat. Here's what I got released may seventeenth nineteen Ninety-one starring Bill Murray. Richard Dreyfuss, Julie Hagerty were talking what about Bob, which is a child was one of my favorite movies budget of thirty five million raking in a total of sixty three point seven million. But if you add in the video rentals ninety two million dollars of a hall overall. Would you say thirty five million dollar budget? Yup. Holy that's the nineties right there. Right. That's that's coke money. That's why superman there. Bill Murray's coke budget rates. You got a pretty well liked movie. I love what about Bobby Kennedy may baby steps baby steps too, far o'clock. The interesting thing about this. As I I didn't know this 'til I was researching it, but Richard Dreyfuss and Bill Murray of a deadly did not like each other..

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Quote independent unquote investigation easy retired cia a and get you not purity in all his cheques from the government especially from the cia is another guy that wrote siri as bob our okay power young such eight uh how he can do you even in this man i do not very baker the book is kennedy in oswald the big picture she invites you jfk dallas conference dot com november seventeen th the 19th so the short of it you're telling me lee harvey oswald was in mexico city because you can't fly to cuba from the united states but you can from mexico so he was to transport the drug the cancercausing agent of the project you worked on ultimately three m through dr auctioner down at new orleans by the way this we have the documentation there's more and more coming out okay belonging shorter that he was he was okay with killing cast no no problem he hated the communist but what they said it have to do he said he was a patsy kensit be he'd be kennedy procastro having a offering the flyers and everything in yerevan because that way they were he was picking up they were finding these fi because they retract into that at fdc he's now he's fly on an ending out the flyers they never had a meeting they never had a last year it was never heard of membership listening get picking up castro's people might now louis well okay were now let me let me ask you one more day because i know i've got to let you go we both got stuff you'd have things to do kennedy in oswald the big picture it's the way latest book so it's it's so there's so many moving parts to this what is the big picture they kill they killed kennedy could it be curious we have a longstanding and you know longstanding i collaboration between bankers and a rich uh oilmen which everybody to run the country and you run the world if they could is it perpetual debt so the nobody retire so that personal brought that private property becomes a thing of the past it's a new form of aristocracy it's just like animal farm and.

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"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"patsy kensit" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Where's the the weapon to in this list it's rush we never mentioned law stomach came into this be the patsy kensit was walking out as we came in die is right my only i recognized her that's roswell uh she was in here recording something as i he can't and then she as she left we walked in she said hello to us in a in a way as if you say oh just for a nice thing to say patsy kensit no liquor think of as lethal weapon to you just want to get diplomatic immunity live may take iba today uh right number six good fellas uh on unsurprising could fellas his is always in the told normally in the top five after he said with absolutely no evidence iraqi it's probably wasn't the top five um letsie see where it was fun all right yeah highest placing scorsese uh was in excise placing the departed oh the departed above touch number five pulp fiction memories it was nothing new in this list to get the blood pressure up fisher limitless either number five pulp surely must have no objection to pulp fiction in them i've got no checks to pull fiction above objections to the departed being seen as a better squares a movie than taxi driver i'm with you on that i thought will know should be kundun i mean there's a numbers cassese films of the departure does not better than that is placed item yet i mean just name on all of them will look at all from the one about the boy the transaction uh hugo yeah best scorsese film for me is king of comedy what's your johnny well boringly goodfellow sorry both as a something else just mean streets 'cause novelist his fine to joys jimbo condemn we've already discuss or or fiction published out doubt bite leaks the best a phone is not sure it absolutely history that is not what is your favorite then you country creature i'm not contrary i just recognize greatness when see as an his greatest film remains reservoir dogs by ovation is is afraid very good undeserved been the list reservoir dogs is definitely his second best.

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