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"paul giamatti" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

07:36 min | 2 d ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"I just want to get myself one point for actually getting to be right. You know what? You're so self deprecating. Alex, just a little advice. Say, you know, I knew that back in 2014. See my article. Christopher mims. You're late in the game. Yeah, a little bit Leo. Just thumping here. It's okay. Yeah, 2014, you would have said that, but post rehab need has a much smaller ego. It's a different Alex. It's an improvement. Yes. You were always great. You were always always enjoyed you, Alex. Always. Men's lump together companies like Amazon and Apple, which aren't really lump able. They're different businesses. Yeah. Because Amazon does a vastly larger number of things that are compelled. But his point is Apple wants to. They want to get into cars, they want to do other things too. But my argument, which, again, I'll my chest. I wrote this long before Christopher news ever wrote it. Even before Alex Wilhelm, yes. Vlog before Alex Wilson ever wrote anything like this. Before he was a twinkle in the eye, go ahead. A self-driving car is a supercomputer and a robot. Yeah. And actually, that's what Tim Cook I think said is it's a robot. We're building robots. Apple is in the artificial intelligence business. And in the consumer electronics business, it's going to be a content consumption device as much as it is at conveyance. And so if Apple did ordinary gas guzzling cars with no sophisticated computers, yes, that would be a different business. But the future of self-driving cars, the car that apple's actually working on is a lot more like a lot more like an iPhone. Then a car is true. Cook, we were talking about this on MacBook weekly on Tuesday. Cook doesn't see himself as getting into the car business. He saves himself as getting into the autonomous robot business that autonomy is what they're interested in. Cars is just one manifestation of that. That's kind of that's a much bigger ambition. So I think, well, currently apple is not an Amazon territory, but they'd like to be. They'd like to diversify. The biggest area that they're getting into that is unrelated to business is finance. So the whole platinum card and all that stuff, I think that there's a huge future for Apple in doing banking, essentially. Alex Lindsay keeps wondering why they haven't turned apple card and Apple Pay into a bank. Alex, all I know from banks that I learned in the TV show billions. Well, I'm sure that's representative. But I think mister elga is dead on that there is a large future for them there, because people have shown a willingness to give Apple control over parts of their finance. We trust in the TV show. Billions. Owning a bank was a completely different kind of business because of regulators. Like Paul Giamatti, like Paul Giamatti, yeah, he's tough. And then there's that, then there's the, oh, I don't know. It's a complicated question. Go to my kids school. No kidding. FYI, I see him. I love him. He's a great actor. As David, if he read the article that said, he is the tinkerbell to axelrod's Peter Pan. I'm just curious. He has a probably does. Probably does. Is this how most people feel when people bring about bring up like NFTs? Because I have no idea that we're doing this on purpose. Yes. Doing this to you on purpose. What you don't have a showtime subscription? Come on. I refuse to watch capitalism, or you have enough of it during the day. I got to, I don't need to watch succession to realize that love. The companies are run by asmat. I love success. You know why? Because these guys are so they're wealthy, they're the Murdoch clan basically. They're multi multi multi billionaires. And their lives are so dreary and horrible and miserable. And I just love that about it. Sure you can buy your own island, but you're miserable on it. That's what I like to hear. So I watched the first episode and gave up. So shout out to you for your kids better. It's even better. So giphy so what is Facebook going to do? Are they going to divest? I don't know. I don't think anyone knows quite yet. But I think it will be illustrative, but you're really asking their Leo is when you get hit with something like this. What is the big tech response? And I don't think we really have a Playboy. It's just the beginning. And just disable. I mean, just for this particular instance, can they just disable it in the UK? And would that be enough? That's what I've heard. That's what I've heard. You can disable giphy, big deal, but would the UK then take arms against metal? Because the nuclear option would be, oh, what are they going to block Facebook on ISPs across the land? They would never go that far. I'm sure Mark Zuckerberg would love it. That would be the best thing. It's just like when Google said to Spain, well, you don't want Google news. You don't get Google news. And Spain capitulated. I think go ahead, UK government. Challenge trying to think about how you're seeing how your voters feel about that. Between Zuckerberg and Boris Johnson, who would you rather have one a cage match? I'm really struggling. I would like to see them both in the cage match. Yeah, to be clear, but who would you root for? It's kind of like, I don't know, mutual assured destruction, I guess. Speaking of which the Russians, this is crazy. When people put the word crazy in Russians together. The first time, first time ever. The Russians are threatening criminal charges against a NASA astronaut. They say drilled a hole intentionally in the International Space Station because they were homesick, Ross cosmos, the Russian space corporation has completed an investigation into the whole feminist Soyuz spacecraft while docked to the ISS in 2018. They've all along said, we think it was Serena onion Chancellor who wanted to go home, so intentionally drilled a hole in her spacecraft. The NASA says we have cameras on all of the astronauts during the time this must have happened when the leak was detected. They were nowhere near this, NASA thinks it was the Russians building the Soyuz that made a mistake. They screwed up and they covered it up and they're covering it up. Crazy, man. The best part of the story though, in the actual RS technical piece, there's a section called Russian provocations. And the first since its reads, the reality is that these Russian attacks are indeed false. Just I love the fact that it's this is all the way to the crap. Yeah. And then the Chinese, or I'm sorry, the Russian military that shot its own satellite testing their anti satellite ballistic missiles, creating debris, which forced the astronauts to shelter for two hours because they were afraid that debris would hit the ISS. Oh, this is like having a crazy neighbor..

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I. I didn't remember that. Steve had been around the early. First of all steve miranda's person they are. You know meant he's a bartender. Remember how they did. They meet out of his work. I think yeah. I think so. I think they met when he was worried. Gay and they just had the they came together they fit and then they just got together and stay together. It's like most shows will have like a couple bad is very like will they. Won't they and a couple that they get together. They stay together. And that's like a miranda. And steve are like the chandler monica of the situation like there there together they get together. They stay together. They're stable. Their problems are like normal relationship problems. I do think it's very strange. That miranda's like mo my favorite thing to do on a saturday night. Is his laundry like that. Like back also. I believe this steve cheat saw miranda right i sex in the city movie. Yes he saved. That steve cheated on miranda and they are split up and that is why the first section city movie is bullshit and is not lake. Stevens rand during the show adult. I'm pretty sure it's just in the first movie. Like he would never like is always presented as like the stable guy brings like miranda till like normally when she's freaking out and then they're like oh yeah. They broke up and he cheated on her. I don't believe it. I don't i it and it's fake. I hate steve. Why do you hate steve. he's annoying. I wouldn't want to be friends. With steve blake. I can't remember andrew like mostly Except for the weird. Apparently he stopped wiping his ass. Yeah yeah that's a little weird. That's that's a famous Sexist city moment. I think where that miranda. She's having fun. Doing laundry and zola she discovers skid marks his tidy. Whitey's yeah this thing. Like i in some girls groups on facebook and people will post about like. Oh yeah. my boyfriend doesn't wipe his ass. And i'm gonna just say this to anyone listening small way damn ask the day like what's wrong with you and second of all at the very least if you can't bring yourself to wipe your ass on dan laundry like hell is wrong with you just goofy goofy. I'll say that. I don't think i don't think any of i started in like p. She and she grow on me a little bit look. I don't hate her. She's not on my list listening last. I mean we've gone over this. Paul giamatti kevin spacey but he's canceled swells scott. Everyone's hate last. I.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:49 min | 10 months ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Known as flashback brought to you by Brown Chevrolet. But we've got to figure out what year were landing in its time for flashback. Louis thank it was February Beyond a reasonable doubt she's guilty. Andrea Yates is on trial for the drowning death of her five Children in Texas, thinking about Killing her Children For two years on TV. The Olympic flame is now approaching the stadiums, the opening ceremonies of the Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games and he goes to the Grammy for best R and B album goes to Alicia Keys. The movies kind of sick world. This is when Children need an appointment to see their own father, Paul Giamatti and Frankie Muniz, star in Big Fat Liar. Your own picture. On the radio Lincoln Park You stop 10 with in the end. What year was it? 2000 to 2003 for 4 5000 to 2003 or 2004 Charity McCurdy. Any idea? Well, it's not a three because this Olympics so old, too. Charity's gonna go. Oh, too obvious thinking the same thing. It's an Olympic year, so, Yeah. So I'm gonna go 04 and leave Dave with 03. Let's find out what year was it on flashback. Andrea Yates on Trial. The Olympics on TV Alicia Keys wins a Grammy Big fat liar at the movies and Lincoln Park in the top 10 year. 2002 Okay, two days in a row Charity McCurdy she is on fire doesn't happen often, Chris Well, will she do it all week Long. Three more days to go back to charity. The 24 hour news center. Former President Trump's impeachment.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"55 years old today. Actress Virginia Madsen is 59. I think I loved. You know Virginia Madsen. Remember the movie sideways? Put my own sideways. Okay? Yes with designated survivors. What? I know her from the Kiefer Sutherland right. She's plays. I think she plays speaker of the house and that that show but in 2000 for the movie sideways with With Paul Giamatti and and Thomas Haden Church. The chick Listen to this. This is how this makes me feel old. I really know her from too many movies, but I know her as Kevin Costner's wife on Field of dreams. Amy Madigan. 77 0 70. I know. Damn, I'm old Brian De Palma famous Hollywood actor. Several movies you'd recognize under his belt, probably most well known for Scarface. Is 80 years old theater touchable Sze. Mission. Impossible. We were watched that in studio the other day on DH, then Carrie. The Stephen King novel. He turned into a movie with I believe Sissy Spacek. Really, really messed up moving. So what's the one gonna be? That's on his tombstone. Nige of all those ones. You rattled off here when Brian De Palma kicks it, and it said it was best known for why I didn't even mention all of them. But probably Scarface. Maybe the Untouchables. You sounded defeated when you said, because I know there's more. I know I didn't name all the movies. I have him right in front of me. Those were just the ones off the top of my head. Ah, so tonight it sucks, because this is fall football weather. This is high school football playing weatherman it ISS and this would be the perfect night to take all the kids the family out to a high school football game under the lights. But you're probably not allowed to do that because of the seeding limitations at every high school and I'm at this point. Just glad Indiana's got it's crap together for the most part, not in all places, but I'm glad there's high school football being played. You see some parts of the country like northern Michigan. They have not allowed high.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on KGO 810

"A voice her well, keeping an eye on protesters near Mount Rushmore blocking the way into Mount Rushmore for the Tonight's wacko time period. But So we're keeping an eye on that. We've got something. Okay. Um I'm gonna play a little bit from Hamilton. This is ah, song. This is King George singing and King George. One of the things that was That he really could not understand. Later on is when John Adams ascension because he hated John Adams. In fact, there was a deal on day I read this. In Ron Chernow's book, Hamilton, There was a deal to end the war. And they would have given them independence, but they had to hand over Jon Hamm. I mean, John Adams because they wanted to hang him. That's how much it made me love John Adams. If you've ever seen the HBO special with that stars Cumani Paul Giamatti, it is just spectacular. But anyway, so this is I'm going halfway into the song. But this is King George. This is a very funny moment it but you hear it The end when he's saying I love you. I want you to come back. We're all part of the same, You know, British empire Hey, makes a point at the end of this and it's really funny. Listen up love. We're friends and family to my new my love data data and I, it's.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Joined the army. Because my father, my brother were in the army. I thought I'd better join before I got drafted. Son The REYKDAL draft war. Lab. Rick. tittle always goes commando. Thank you for that and welcome back to the show Rick? Tidwell with you goes to. And around the world on American forces, Coming up in the next segment, we'll speak with John Ellison. He's a musician. He wrote some kind of wonderful. Some. Wonderful got a new song inspired by. BLM! So, we'll talk to him. But. This is the segment where you can get an open lines. At one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, a play I want to get back to the Scott. Boris thing. Talking about how? Commissioner as the Pancake Commissioner, he'll flip. But Before Charlie called he had the quotes saying the TBS contract was the rectal thermometer. Not Their. Mom Ter-. The rectal thermometer. You GotTa throw that in just to make it more gross and more insulting. He said. Quote the TBS contract was rectal thermometer, because illustrated the truth to all the fans. And that is the content of this game had such value even in the heart of a pandemic that you get a record contract for your rights when I say rectal thermometer I, say it as the truest form of the temperature of the game. Well. You could have just said thermometer, but you said rectal twice rectum. Killed Them. So Boris Delights in. He thrives in provocation. But there is truth in what he says. Because when they get more than a billion dollars. For some postseason rights. And that story. Excuse me. Broke less than twenty four hours. After MLB made that latest proposal another one where they showed very little willingness to negotiate in any genuine sense of the term. I mean it complements the. Credibility or lack thereof of any kind of financial strife in baseball now. And Boris is. Obviously making the point that Manfred went from an ironclad guaranteed as saying in now. So despite these These perceptions of impartiality. To the Games greater good, he is an employee of the owners. We know that. He he's he is tasked with representing their interests. And their interest. Only always. So, what the report that there are six and then maybe eight owners who? Not are okay with no season, but who, openly at least in their circle don't WANNA season? What what is mad. Supposed to say when he hears that. So if he's going to. go off their fits of Pique their self destructive of peak. You. Think as a leader. He might be able to steer them away from that. You know there's a certain point I was saying yesterday. Wouldn't it be interesting if you've just resigned and said I can't control these people and you're making me look bad, and I don't want this on my. You know I'd rather quit and say I'm the Commissioner. That couldn't get his act together. At the very least he could be a leader and say look. You hired me to do something here. You know when they got kennesaw Mountain Landis. As the first commissioner baseball for the white sox scandal, because remember the black socks nineteen nineteen, they were exonerated in courts of law. And Mount Landis through them all out anyway. And then the owners okay. So, here's what you have to do. First of all Atlanta's was like I'm not doing anything you say. If you want me I got autonomy. Otherwise screw you and the owners were so panicked that they're sport was going to die because all. The. The trust and integrity of the game was gone at that point when you had people throwing the world series. And they're like. Okay, but once we hire you. You're going to be a beast I don't know. If I feel like I will. Okay well gone are the days of that type of commissioner and that happen with the palace coup. Everyone Bart Giamatti took over from Peter Ueberroth the father of. Actor Paul Giamatti. Arch Amati who was the? College professor or a bow tie. Loved Baseball, a man of letters and he had a heart attack and died. Very sad the Deputy Commissioner Vincent. Walked with a cane in demand the reason why he walked with a cane. It was because when he was in college. They thought it would be a good prank to lock them out of his dorm room. And so he climbed up on the roof to try to down under the window, and he missed, and he fell off the roof and he messed up his leg for the rest of the life. Good Prank? Actually knew a guy in college. Who now is a millionaire? Because he started a company selling the Scotty. And good for him. But we were both in broadcasting and I remember one time we were working on a video project. and. They locked the room where we have all our equipment. And he goes. I, know the way to do it. And climb out on the roof and I can go in that window. I go the slippery high roof with these Spanish tiles don't do it. He goes now if you, if you start high and you start to slip roll into the window well. I go, you can go ahead and let me and if you want, but I'm not doing it, and so he did that and I. Always think of that. How Fay Vincent? How close he could have been anyway digress. They kicked off events, and and they put the owner of the Milwaukee brewers in ceiling. Now Rob. Manfred does not only team obviously. And Bud ceiling had to give up the brewers by giving it to his daughter. Wendy priebe. Flake. I don't own it anymore. She does okay..

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"By calling toll free eight five five two one two four C. B. S. he's talking to Anthony during the break about billion to mention billions and you know they they had to stop filming and I think it's supposed to be ten episodes we only finished seven and then wonder what they're going to do to to make up for those three whether they're going to edit it together change the ending or whatever and for those who don't watch it Paul Giamatti is an and he's one of my favorite actors he's just terrific and he's playing a a district attorney who is now the Attorney General of the state of New York and he wants to do a a teaching gig at the Yale University and there's a scene where he's talking to the president of Yale University and they're happy to have them on to distinguish the lawmen grad all that kind of stuff and Attorney General and he can be a teacher and I'm watching it and gone you know that's that's great he's given something back and I didn't even realize it until somebody in a column pointed out that his father was a Bartlett Giamatti who as you want sure no it was the commissioner of Major League Baseball and from that job he was the president of the university so there's a sports connection there with Paul Giamatti A. Bartlett Giamatti Yale and billions and Kevin bacon's gotta be in there somewhere right okay let's get to our phones and talk to Russ in port station New York you're on CBS sports radio Russ yes good morning rich you were officially give my call your one of my favorite talk show hosts are better for you the novel they read at them and they're great I'm calling because I really have a gripe with people who think that baseball games are too slow and too long I'm not really true levels of the game when I go to a game and it's explaining I think it's going to fetch I wanted to last long as possible when I'm there and when I'm at home the people too impatient this has been a while as our commercials pick up water Richard news books on the coffee table read a few pages the check is in the mail my friend thank you we got it we have a new Riley can coming out next month as a matter of fact so thanks for the plug but look I I I think you know here's the thing with time and and length if your entertainer like I I commute by Evan but you know fortunate enough to have a place where I go and it's four hours away and I do this like twice a month I tried the four hours so if you're sitting in the car and there's somebody with you who you can have a great conversation discussion with the out of the four hours goes by in a flash right you don't mind it or if there's something great on the radio or if you have a talking book and audiobook you know it it just makes the time go faster in your mind and music and you know I'm already halfway there that seems like I just got the car well I think it's that way with baseball if the game is entertaining and you're having fun and you're enjoying it then it can go on for four hours and you don't mind that's fine what else so I got to do you know unless you have a appointment or a time constraint thing but if it's dragging and the batters stepping out of the box and the pictures Gretchen and you know in certain areas in the US topping off the mound and you know guys are striking out and walking in and there's no action it feels like it's gone on forever so it it really want when people say we got it reduced like the games we just get the pace of play up so that there are there's more action so that the ball is on the field as opposed and somebody's glove or of the batter is still in the box instead of stepping out stepping out that that's what makes the game better and some of the best games of and for our games where you know the strategy in the back and forth and all that good stuff going on and then some two and a half hour games of like snores so that's the key it's gotta pick up the entertainment value rather than the time place that's why I think it's good Bob Clift in now you are on CBS sports radio Bob hi rich free trade on the French thank you yeah I got a question there are many help me at clear up the format I'm a big ranger fan and can you click to clear up the format of the NHL playoff system I understand I know twenty fourteen twelve in each but try and and and and it's four teams in each conference get a bye in the first round exactly that's what my question is why would you want to buy after everybody's going off for two months and then I would think the team to get the fire have a disadvantage because the other teams at least get the play you know get a little slow well yeah I I guess they they the team that gets the buyer can you know practice more get into shape more because we don't know how much but these guys have been skating and if you go right into it without a a period of training you know we had a guest on before Jared diamond was talking about how the Korean baseball players are getting hurt and I would imagine in hockey it might be the same way if you don't have an extended training camp so I think that the teams to get the buy get that extra chance to you know stretch a little bit work out a little bit get themselves into game shape as opposed to being plunged right into it that would be the advantage of the buy but you know twenty four teams in the playoffs that's a lot and I guess they're doing that because there were teams on the cusp that might have gotten in have this season finished but didn't have a chance to they don't want to screw those teams because the season ended early and we'll see if this even happens I mean this is right now just a proposal just an idea let's go to John in old bridge New Jersey John hi thanks for taking the time Hey John what's up quick question a lot of giants fans want to know since days the giants again your comments on the draft you think he's better off playing at right tackle your one or taking soldiers spot on the last week right away yeah right away well I I think they're probably gonna six stick with shoulder because he's a veteran they paid him a lot of money but I think eventually and maybe halfway through the season they make that change maybe it's the whole season depending on what the season is but you know I thought I think soldiers position with the team is I will I wouldn't say on thin ice but I would say and I'm pretty medium ice because he hasn't he hasn't been great now part of that is you know who he's been playing with and maybe he will rise to a little bit of a higher level with better team teammates on the offensive line but right now I think is a bit precarious Nate's older let's go to Jeff in mass path you are on CBS sports radio generates has it gone out quite let's talk about being a fan I was attending say it next game at Citi field in two thousand twenty two going to be different than attended what's going to be different about when you attended one in two thousand and nineteen and this is what my what I've come up with every aspect of attending a game or watch him out things you never give a thought to are going to be regulated somehow will only give you an example this five things you really can't do it again you don't know drunken behavior no foul language no smoking don't throw things don't go on the field that was probably going to double at least at the park is going to get me that I might have a problem with in addition to that they're going to be a few things that you're going to be required to do it asked by stadium employee that's something that's going to get me an ambulance is arrogance on my part you know what you know it's seven fifty three years old I've been around a thousand games been given example something they're going to require you to do what I may say twenty twelve to twenty two now you know what two years old I'm guessing that at some point in time you've been to a game with a cold and you sneezes somebody around you you coughing a little bit can you please move for can you please put this mask on or whatever you know the the mom my point is is that you know you have you know when your Experian want to feel like you're in school wait when you're like when you're a grown up and if you get if you have to deal with stuff like that when you're say at a Walmart or a CVS is one thing you have to be there you know you don't have to be at that ball game you know if people tell you you have to do this so please do this Sir well let me give another like for example going to the bathroom I mean I mean it's good that's good that has to be regularly because there's no way you're going to be able to have a lot of people in that Jeff I I hear you and I think it's all a question of personal comfort you know like I I don't like going to a baseball game in getting patted down and having my wife patted down by somebody and they have a female attendant to that but does not comfortable you know going to an airport now last flight I took which was a while ago you know they took the side they said okay but you know we're gonna have to do a search on you do you want to go into a private room or can we do it out in public and civil what kind of searching well not a strip search we just have to patch you down all over and it's like okay okay I'm not going to say no because I got to get on the flight I got to get to where I'm going but I don't want some guy you know the touching in certain areas you know this is not something I want to do but that's the price we have to pay for what's going on today you know if I have to wear a mask is a comfortable knoll do I enjoy it too I think it looks good and all but this is something you gotta do you know it's an infringement on your freedom sure but it's a necessary infringement and you know hopefully by twenty twenty to the level of vaccines having fewer we want to have to grow about this but I think because of everything that's happened were always going.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Independent independent life this is Chad Benson I want to be optimistic I don't want to be Mr gloom and doom it's a very bad subject I'm not looking to tell the American people when nobody really knows what's happening at all this is going to be so tragic I want to be aside from everything else and I'm gonna use a term and some people love it and some people hate it but I love it I want to be a cheerleader for our country yeah course who does it so one thing that when it comes to the economy you know what I think they talked about that it was from his aides lacks empathy and that's there's something there I don't think he does he doesn't show it the way that other people do yeah I do see him cry you're not it is like my grandfather both my grandfathers were like this stoic man came from a different generation they later in life they softened a bit but when I was growing up they were they were hard they were hard man they they they there was no nonsense about it and they didn't show that empathy that your mom would show your grandma would show but you also knew they cared ends we live in a much more touchy feely time where it's okay to cry it's okay to have feelings it's okay they do that's not his generation and he's not that kind of guy he's a straightforward straight shooter like this is what it is you're the one trump you can say sorry who's that Roy Cohn playbook in life he never apologize I watch a great show on Sunday night's call billions that have you ever seen it's just it's it's a great show Paul Giamatti's in it and it is it is just amazing Dana Lewis isn't it it is not hedge funds in the financial world and and you've got the New York district attorney's Paul Giamatti and you've got that you know or that you know you've got all these people they battle each other and but one of the things is this Axelrod guy who gave me lose places he's never apologize that's not his playbook he grew up differently but harder in life and he's straight forward and you'll never hear him say he's sorry and that's kind of a trump thing doesn't show weakness in a certain way so just that's just the way that he he lives his life and I don't have a problem with that but a lot of people do and we need people that are going to be yes I'm gonna say cheerleaders for the company we need a cut country we need people to be optimistic and trump bring some of those things out he had to make huge decisions actually the decision to.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"An unexpected visitor in their virtual zoom classroom this week when one of the students dad accidentally showed up in the back own and commenced an exercise routine in his underwear as a special bonus that dad was beloved actor Paul Giamatti yes things went sideways for seven year old actually G. Ahmadi when unbeknownst to her her famous dad spread out on that and the clearly visible next room and began stretching clad only in a pair of boxer shorts and an undershirt soon children were laughing and parents were flocking interview to see what one onlooker described as a bizarre routine that seem to be part yoga part tai chi and part modern dance by the end said one Cavendish mom there were a series of deep bends and gyrations better suited for an exotic dance floor certainly not for a first grade classroom it was around this time that young actually turned around gasp in horror and shouted dad we can all see you do you might have already apologized to fellow parents citing the difficulties of family sheltering in place embarrassed he said please guys I was in big momma's house but actually she may need therapy Paul Giamatti doing exercises in his underwear behind his very embarrassed daughter during as soon class your next story of a mom in the steak comes from the game far side Kelly Clarkson is a fun mom she sings obviously but she celebrates every occasion with the kind of gusto you would expect from the from Justin to Kelly star and her kid river losing his first tooth was no exception the night the river's first to spell he dutifully put it under his pillow and drifted to sleep Clarkson brought in make up and costume artists to make her into the tooth fairies magical assistant complete with a freely down wings glitter and an impressive one she hired a prop master to being glowing purple light on his bed and set up a rig that enable Clarkson to literally floated into rivers bedroom she gently wakes her kid up to tell him the two theories about to arrive which he decided to do randomly in a British accent he never woke up totally confused and punches his mother in the face she falls back in screens in a perfect C. sharp of course her wings get caught on the rig which topples onto a lamp causing a small fire in the meantime the kid is crying wildly runs into the kitchen and dialed nine one one telling them that way the way it is set fire to our house police arrived to find a frazzled Kelly Clarkson was sought on her face in burnt assisted tooth fairy regalia a friend make up person costume designer and prop master and a six year old kid in hysterics of course speller police are used to breaking up celebrity parties as one cop put it you wouldn't believe the costume fetish the labs have but there's usually a lot of drugs and sometimes an exotic animal Clarkson explained what happened thank the cops and smiled that's when everyone noticed Kelly Clarkson is missing a tooth because her son had punched it out of Kelly Clarkson goes a little bit too far in acting out the role of the tooth fairy for her son and your last story of a problematic parent comes from Peter gross comedian Amy Schumer and her husband Chris Fischer are the proud parents of a beautiful eleven month old baby boy named Jean David Fisher but that wasn't always the little guy's name Schumer revealed on her podcast this week that she changed her son's name after a friend pointed out that the original name the name they put on his birth certificate last may might have earned the boy considerable scorn as he reached adolescence little jeans original middle name Attell after comedian and friend Dave Attell meant that his first two names would be Jean as hell which sounds more than a little bit like the word genital maybe not that much to use sophisticated NPR listener but to the merciless sixth grade boys and little jeans future it would have been a veritable gold mine a teasing perfect storm on par with being the classmate of a kid named Mike Rotch or am I a bus or a need a Wiener Schumer weighed many options after realizing her oversight including changing the boy's name to the baby formerly known as Jean a tell but then realized she could just change his middle name to David so that was that well this was the first recorded celebrity baby name change many celebrities of course alter their own birthdays before becoming famous Carey grant was born Archibald leach Mel Brooks was born Melvin Kaminsky Queen Latif O. was born princess Latifa Benedict Cumberbatch was born benzedrine covered bond and rapper the baby was actually born to baby and just forgot to change his name to the growing up all right here David are your choices from Adam Felber was apology Ahmadi broadcasting his exercise routine in his underwear to his daughter's entire class via video link from the game far side Kelly Clarkson trying to do a wonderful thing for her son when he lost a tooth and instead losing a tooth herself or from Peter gross Amy Schumer and her husband realizing that the name they gave their beloved first child sounds a little bit too much like the word genitalia which of these is the real story of a celebrity parenting mistake they all some pretty unbelievable but I think I'm going to have to go with gene hello Jean I tell the former name of Amy Schumer's baby well to find out the correct answer well please listen to this it was Jean a television but we realize that we by accident named our son Janet all that was Amy Schumer if you're starting at around three girls one key graduations David you got it right you've earned a point for Peter gross you've won our prize in Amy Schumer has now re named her baby after you David thank you so much for playing and thank you for every single thing that you do they're all important and amazing thank you so much thanks bye bye and now the game where we ask people who've done remarkable things to do just one more Tom Hanks has had an amazing career with his many blockbuster films bestselling books two Oscars and of course I think the pinnacle of his career hosting this show once well we heard he just got over a bad cold we thought to be time to invite him back Tom Hanks multifactor wait wait source of the finest reviews of my career this is the first time you've been on the show since you did that about three years ago and and did in fact people reach out to you because they reach out to me and they basically said Peter when he leaving again we'll have those things in our checkered careers don't wait go on Netflix and look for bonfire of the vanities in your I have to ask on behalf of a I think a concerned globe how are you feeling Tom Hanks we are just fine and dandy we had all of the flu like symptoms my wife reader was a little worse off than me she had a very high temperature and we were isolated so that we would not give it to any one else right now that you've had it are you supposedly like immune your super heroes you can walk amongst us and be immune or is that just nonsense well a lot of the question is is what now you know what we do now is there something we can do and in fact we are just found out that we do Kerry the antibodies wait so can we harvest your body can we harvest your bless have you been approached we we have not only been approach we have said do you want our blood can we give plasma and in fact we will be giving it now to the places that hope to work on what I would like to call the Hague scene yeah there could be no better ending to this international master you are turns out to be the blood of Tom have always thought it would do us some good some I'm not I'm not trying to hog it with the copyright two or you know I go to the patent office you thought he was Jimmy Stewart is also Jonas all the obvious Hollywood question if there is a sequel would you consider being in Culver twenty yes I would I would answer all the questions left unanswered by code nineteen reply later how many franchises do you have a go on that James Bond thing fast and the furious and the cold good series and I say for all of America can there just be one of these we love you Tom I do not want to see the second one you hosted Saturday Night Live you sort of ushered to that show back into production in the middle of all this and a question arose that I have seen scorching through social media and I compose it to you now Tom Hanks was that your real kitchen no that was my abandoned office that is ten minutes away from my home can I ask you what do you have against your own kitchen that you went into the kitchen what you're seeing down there truly is my taste in decoration not my wife's case yes it is me baby that is that is my big masculine man cave you should have been able to tell by the fabulous one button only cappuccino espresso maker that was back bell from my left and dark mahogany cabinets right sort of a read that is my crib and I am I am proud of it what was funny was so many people like that is no way that is like an A. list movie stars kitchen so could you for the just for the benefit those people why do America but what's your real kitchen is like my real kitchen I assume it looks like the dining hall a hog or no no the rapid Philly kitchen with all those likes I can go all day no have you seen Downton abbey all those people that were downstairs making bread and stuff like apple orange I'm not sure what their names are we've been working for us but they are really busy down there and if I had done SO now over their shoulders it would have had the same what is your life like during lockdown are you doing the same as the rest of us just in your house reading books spending your time taking as soon as I find something something different is happening about every twenty minutes I I've done the Marie Kondo Y. Xing of much of my life I must say I found this microphone that's one thing I didn't realize I had this microphone some but yeah it was in the original box so I pulled it up but I got to say if I win one hand of solitaire I immediately try to see where you have two in a row one I am yeah very busy yeah well Tom Hanks it is such a pleasure to talk to you every single time we get to do it but there are rules so this time we have asked you here to play a game we're calling it's a terrible day in the neighborhood your most recent bill to come out it was a beautiful day in the neighborhood you played Mister Rogers the nicest neighbor ever so we thought we'd ask you about some of the worst neighbors ever answer to to three correctly and you'll win a prize for one of our listeners the voice of anyone they make shoes in their voice mail well I was actually hoping the price would be they get to substitute host wait wait once again just because you won that once doesn't mean we bill who is Tom Hanks playing for today Diana combs Selman of fort worth Texas yeah all right let's do this Diana you've been on both sides here we go you might be excited if your neighbor won the lottery but not the neighbors of a British man who won ten million pounds in two thousand three and then did what.

"paul giamatti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So this idea that some people invest heavily in their marriages at the at the expense of careers and friends maybe even you know that children's activities you said this is perfectly captured in a scene from another movie inside ways Paul Giamatti's wine connoisseur character explains to his love interest the difference between a piano and a Cabernet why are you so in the Pina it's like a thing with you I don't know I don't know it's a hard great to grow yes you know right so it's been scanned temperamental ripens early let's see you know it's not a survivor like Cabernet which can just grow anywhere and thrive even when it's the collected keno needs constant care and attention in fact they can only grow in these really specifically tackling corners of the world in in only the most patient and nurturing of growers can do it really somebody really takes the time to understand those potential can coax into its fullest expression it's flavors they're just the most haunting and brilliant thrilling and subtle and engine on the plane of course the light when.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Lines in and throw it into a bottle it's what's going to make the best wine what's going to be best for the future and that's not easy or cheap to do they want to trade for love we're drinking alone if you've seen the movie side ways then you know this area of wine country you could work in a wind storm and they get lost the two thousand four comedy starring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden church brought Santa Barbara county into the mainstream for audiences around the world but to class and get some get some air into an oxygen adding it opens it up and lastly aromas flavors very important smelling it in fact still large crowd show up wanting to visit wineries that were in the movie and every year there's a side ways festival one of the wineries in the movie is fox in Billy wanton is the founder and wine maker and fox and there was a scene at the shack in the movie where the tasting room attendant turned her back and they grabbed the bottle and poured themselves big fills and slam down this battle we opened it yesterday ever since she's tasting room is busy visitors have tried stealing big bottles of wine and slamming them down with the crowds come here wanting to taste abilities wine because a side and side ways today like Cambria he's focusing his efforts on creating a sustainable products here on the estate Chardonnay Sir governing front but making that wine is different today than it was even a few years ago well people are a little more in tune now and and it's not just from the farming and but it's what people are drinking too he says those who are buying his winds today care not just about how the grapes are farms but what's going in their bodies our other chemicals in the wine but on our end it's what we're actually doing out in the vineyard to make that one and what are you doing this is different now we're not doing anything that's going to harm my crew that is working out there and.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"They want to trade for love we're drinking alone if you've seen the movie side ways then you know this area of wine country you could work in a wind storm and bake at most the two thousand four comedy starring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden church brought Santa Barbara county into the mainstream for audiences around the world but to class and get some get some errands with oxygen ending it opens it up and lacks the Romans flavors very important smelling in fact still large crowd show up wanting to visit wineries that were in the movie and every year there's a side ways festival one of the wineries in the movie is fox in Billy wanton is the founder and wine maker and fox and there was a scene at the shack in the movie where the tasting room attendant turned her back and they grabbed the bottle and poured themselves big fills and slam down this battle we opened it yesterday ever since she's tasting room is busy visitors have tried stealing big bottles of wine and slamming them down with the crowds come here wanting to taste abilities wine because a side inside ways today like Cambria he's focusing his efforts on creating a sustainable products here on the estate Chardonnay cerrada Cabernet front but making that wine is different today than it was even a few years ago well people are a little more in tune now and and it's not just from the farming and but it's what people are drinking too he says those who are buying his winds today care not just about how the grapes are farms but what's going in their bodies are their chemicals in the wine but on our end it's what we're actually doing out in the vineyard to make that wine and what are you doing different now we're not doing anything that's going to harm my crew that is working out there and then above and beyond that the Beezer like the one of the most important things in the world now and we don't want to do anything that's going to have any toxicity on on our friendly bees yet to be there a key concern of.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Michael's on news and six point five W. to be able to listen to news ninety six point five W. D. V. O. is this on Christmas show. there we go already walking back hello hello. welcome back to the program here so we were talking about a couple of things including you know divorce how it's hard to look we are a community here and I love talking about what you love talking about what your your opinions on things and if you're in the chat YouTube dot com slash Sean I ask you for a nickname for my boss and there's some good what's in here we've got big kahuna. we've got that Stilton cheese any of these good for you Jane how about this one boss hole add the bustle that's the one so boss hole through that Chad Chad we'll just call them she add add all right we've got that I have to say like that though yeah we've got an open Mike it's forty two seconds can you screen that I've got another one we've got this guy this guy loves my show so much he listens every single night and tells me how much he hates it will never listen again but he listens every night this is why the show works is because of this guy right here flounder let's let's hear it I love the steered soul I nickname for your boss yeah. how could something nice like my hero after he cancel your dumb show I. people laugh I love it. thank you thank you flounder for that you are you are a man of keep listening you're the reason I still have the show thank you Sir thank you so much let's take a call we've got weighed real talk talk to be weighed. Hey John Hey but you're still work. how does it work yeah I could that work when the guys that yeah it does drive he was saying that he heard me on the radio on and and he told other people and they listen now to your cell. the figure out if I come on the show. so you're like yeah I like my little influencer here you're like my my out influencer you're spreading the word. I got voted for you to sell yeah what it wait hello one of my wait what am I so are you. well my son are you are you member member last week when you said that that I've got going for you to sell it you could do marketing yeah but that's not all right now all right now I know. I guess. Lakers off the rails blinker juice yeah I've seen those videos there's videos out there they're viral videos of parents dropping their kids off at like a seven eleven saying Hey just run in and get blinker Jeez for me and the kid about going out because they are made to look like find it there's no way to but thank you yeah I said sorry. don't put our blinkers up why we want to put out an ad for it ladies and gentlemen celebrity way thank you for giving me a call you are a local celebrity now weighed appreciate your your chatter here on the phone clicks and shelf Brian in the chat the pop band he has a really good one so it India and the stern movie star and had it Howard Stern had a he he used to call the guide pig vomit right yes and you know I I did relate my situation similar to his is that you know there's there's a similar type of like this this kind of feel of trying to shape the show that you just feel works so Brian in the Jack goes call G. Ahmadi is that was the actor Paul Giamatti who played pig vomit I really like that because that's that's subtle G. Ahmadi. good one price good one Brij Hey let's get.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"TV critic David being Cooley in for Terry gross the Showtime drama series, billions starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis began its fourth season this week. It's a drama about state and federal politicians and prosecutors and manipulative Wall Street billionaires. I usually don't return to TV series this far into their runs. But there are two reasons in particular to give billions another look and another helping of praise one is that because of events in the real world since the series was launched in the election year of two thousand sixteen billions has become almost astoundingly relevant its main characters and conflicts include prosecutors in the southern district of New York, opportunistic and wealthy power players and even media dominating lawyers and powerful Russian oligarchs. That's one reason the other reason is that the writing the acting and the directing on billions all of which started at a very high level have gotten even better each season and for season four all the chess pieces are being moved around. Former foes are now allies formerly tight relationships are now shaken to the core and new players keep being introduced, adding even more fire and explosiveness to the mix. There's an exciting by product. All this change, Paul giamati from HBO's John Adams plays Chuck roads. A former federal prosecutor who's now running for state attorney general Damian Lewis from Showtime's homeland plays. Bobby Axelrod, the Wall Street tycoon whom road spent years investigating and prosecuting. But now they're on the same side, which means these two powerhouse actors get to share many more scenes and Maggie Sieff who plays Chuck's wife, Wendy, and a psychological counselor to Axelrod and his firm finally gets to take center stage as the new season unfurled her husband's campaign for attorney general is proceeding nicely. But this season arrival politician blackmails Chuck into dropping out of the race or he'll release some potentially damaging personal information. Namely, the Chuck and his wife, privately engage in SADO masochistic sex play with her is the dominant initially Chuck is willing to risk that public school. Closure. But not Wendy. And don't.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is fresh air. I'm TV critic David being Cooley in for Terry gross the Showtime drama series, billions starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis began its fourth season this week. It's a drama about state and federal politicians and prosecutors and manipulative Wall Street billionaires. I usually don't return to TV series this far into their runs. But there are two reasons in particular to give billions another look and another helping of praise one is that because of a venture in the real world since the series was launched in the election year of two thousand sixteen billions has become almost astoundingly relevant its main characters and conflicts include prosecutors in the southern district of New York, opportunistic and wealthy power players and even media dominating lawyers and powerful Russian oligarchs. That's one reason the other reason is that the writing the acting and the directing on billions all of which started at a very high level have gotten even better each season and for season four all the chess pieces are being moved around. Former foes are now allies formerly tight relationships are now shaken to the core and new players keep being introduced, adding even more fire and explosiveness to the mix. There's an exciting by product. All this change, Paul giamati from HBO's John Adams plays Chuck roads. A former federal prosecutor who's now running for state attorney general Damian Lewis from Showtime's homeland plays. Bobby Axelrod, the Wall Street tycoon whom road spent years investigating and prosecuting. But now they're on the same side, which means these two powerhouse actors get to share many more scenes and Maggie Sieff who plays Chuck's wife, Wendy, and a psychological counselor to Axelrod and his firm finally gets to take center stage as the new season unfurled her husband's campaign for attorney general is proceeding nicely. But this season arrival politician blackmails Chuck into dropping out of the race or he'll release some potentially damaging personal information. Namely, the Chuck and his wife, privately engage in SADO masochistic sex play with her is the dominant initially chalk is willing to risk that public school. Closure. But not Wendy. And don't forget.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For a parking? Right here at yours. Already got one for each of my cars. I didn't watch the episode did you that's you heard the person offering the parking placard is the actor Paul Giamatti who's a disgraced US former US attorney now trying to set himself up as a fixer. So he's trying to trade this parking placard in for a favor for a client and the whole it's a theme that runs throughout the show and pretty much. Everyone who tries to trade it to already has a parking placard, which is like so New York, so what actually constitutes parking placard abuse as opposed to just a lotta people qualify for them either outright fraud of parking placards, or when you use them to park in places that you're not supposed to park in to walk down Jay street in Brooklyn or park row in lower Manhattan is to see tons of parking placards blocking things like bike lanes. MTA bus stops ways. Sidewalk park, you know, cut curbs wheelchairs and strollers us, why don't traffic agents or or even police officers with. They see this abuse. Why don't they tickets? They do issue tickets to Blasio has said that the number of tickets increased during his term for violations has gone up by, you know, something like ninety percent from two thousand sixteen to now which isn't saying a lot because in two thousand sixteen there wasn't a lot of tickets issued in the first place, but you know, it feels a little bit like asking the FOX to guard the henhouse you're asking ticket agents to ticket other ticket agents. Right exactly his a listener question via Twitter do parking placards allow for parking in front of fire hydrants. No legally, they are not supposed to allow that. Having said that I live down the street from police station and police parking placard cars are often in front of fire hydrants on my block. So yes, it happens. But it's not supposed to last thing. Some people might think this is a relatively trivial FANG considering all the hers in the world today. Why are people so fired up about parking placard abuse? Well, it's pretty. Going to be in a bike lane. Have your bike your your access and blocked by a car? I have seen tweets of cars with parking placards parked in school playgrounds, you know, like they block access to amenities that we feel we should have, you know, as free people that move around the city. They also even when used legally they contribute to traffic congestion to you know, part of the problem with the proposed crackdown that mayor de Blasio has come up with is that he's trying to deal with city Parker's. There are state placards. And there are federal placards that his plan does nothing to address and I'm not sure if legally can but to go to lower Manhattan today is to see a sea of parking placards in the most transit rich part of New York City, WNYC's planning editor Kate Hines. Thanks for explaining our parking placard problems. I'm pleased.

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"paul giamatti" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"paul giamatti" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Thompson, Eric Dagens. What is making you happy, man. I feel bad. 'cause you guys always say what's making you happy and always go. Well, this is exactly making me. You go for that cure. It's making me curious or in this case, it's making me angry, but it's really important. So there is this amazing documentary that is going to be on lifetime in three installments called surviving are Kelly. And if you haven't heard about it yet, you got to check it out dream Hampton, the cultural critic is sort of show runner of this. And they basically assembled a team and they went, and they talked to everyone that they could get to talk to them who was connected to the Rb singer R Kelly to investigate these claims that he has consistently for decades had sexual relations with underage women that he's control them to an extent that is almost cultish that he has developed this coterie of women that he's cut off from their families and their friends and made them totally dependent on him. It's amazing to me that we're in this world where people at bathing online about whether Louis C. K should come back or a discussion about the inward that happened on a HBO special back in two thousand and nine when we have a relatively successful Rb singer who has been credibly accused of sort of horrific sexual crimes against young girls and people seem to act like they have 'em Nisha about it. And so this documentaries in three parts at airs over three days, and it starts on January third. I would suggest everyone check it out and really get to know the story of our Kelly because the concern is that the reason why this isn't a bigger issue is because almost all of his victims have been alleged victims have been young black women and society doesn't care about those kinds of people as much as they care about other kinds of people, and so people turn a blind eye to it because they'd rather believe the Atkin believe Eck and fly version of our Kelly rather than this very dark abusive version that this documentary makes a case for as I said understand why happy is not exam. The word, but but a a meaningful. Yeah. I mean fallen important contribution. Thank you, Eric Dagens. What is making me happy this week? There is a film that went directly to net flicks. The seer well last year twenty eighteen called private life, and it stars Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti as a couple who are struggling with infertility was written and directed by tamra Jenkins who also made the savages and smother films, and you know, I don't always like infertility stories about people in their forties because it can seem kind of whacky in. They can make it seem kind of wacky. When they're talking about the, you know, the injections and the clinics and the doctors and those things, and I know enough people who've really kind of been in great pain over this issue that I don't always go for those things. That's not what this film is. It is it is funny in places for sure. But it's really about this. Couple and their relationship, and how it's affected by this struggle in their lives, it avoids a great many cliches that I have come to expect from stories like this and the performances from Kathryn Hahn and Paul giamati are really thoughtful and moving it's a less if you're used to kind of the more goofy version of Kathryn Hahn from sitcoms and things like that. This is a much more restrained performance from her the film is really smart. And I think, unfortunately, one thing that sometimes happens with Netflix films. They don't quite feel like movies for the purposes of movie critics so they sometimes don't quite make that coverage, and they don't quite feel like television for television critics, and they don't quite make that coverage. But this is a film it played at film festivals. It is a movie, but you can find it on Netflix. And I don't think it suffers at all. From the fact that it's presented at at home. It's nominated for three independent spirit awards and. I could not recommend it more again private life starring Kathryn Hahn and Paul Giamatti. And that is what is making me happy this week..

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